It can be argued that those who make the conscious decision to ignore the obvious wrong doings committed upon a segment of society do not deserve the sympathy, time or resources of those who refused to remain silent when they are inevitably impacted by the same wrongs they chose to ignore. Fortunately for them often they will find that those individuals who have been wronged are in possession of the biggest of hearts and are willing to forgive. Putting aside their differences they willingly rush in to help those who had turned a blind eye to their suffering. Yet history has shown that too often once those who have been rescued feel safe they revert to the familiar traits that have always defined their flawed nature and in the process once again make the decision to remain silent in the face of injustice perpetrated on the very people who recused them. As Mr. Spock would say it is not logical but it is often true.