...a small Swedish plane entered (Belarus) airspace July 4, dropping hundreds of teddy bears on tiny black parachutes, the Belta news agency reports. The teddy bears carried signs reading, "freedom" and "We support the Belarus struggle for free speech." In a note it called a "legal warning and disclaimer" on its website, Studio Total acknowledges that violating military space "of a dictatorship" involves "real danger." It says: The entire campaign was paid for by Studio Total. The airplane we flew in was our own, and we piloted it ourself. We DO NOT support breaking of international law. But when it really comes down to it, the only law you should follow is your heart. (emphasis added)You don't support breaking the law? But you just did.
Oh well, never mind, it's ok because the only law you should follow is your heart.
So if you want to abandon your children or expose yourself to minors or have sex with your sister, just do it.