It depends on the point of view. To your friends, yes, you would have committed a traitorous act by warning the potential victims of said rebellion. To yourself, you would be staying true, which would make you the opposite of a traitor. Unless, of course, you ratted on your friends for money. In which case, you become a traitor to your values and your friends. At that point the people who have not been betrayed are the potential rebellion victims.
Morality is a tricky thing. The right choice is seldom blessed with clarity, and can lead to difficult, occasionally painful consequences. Often you have to choose between what is right, and what is easy. Only you can decide for yourself what's right though, because right and wrong are completely subjective ^^
Well maybe, as a group, you could ask to change to a different show? (btw stuff is bound to happen when you have a bunch of entitled dramatic people thrown together for too long)
unfortunately no eloquent quotes this time. just get everything out in the open. "Because of rebellion, the LORD’s people and the daily sacrifice were given over to it. It prospered in everything it did, and truth was thrown to the ground. 13 Then I heard a holy one speaking, and another holy one said to him, “How long will it take for the vision to be fulfilled—the vision concerning the daily sacrifice, the rebellion that causes desolation, the surrender of the sanctuary and the trampling underfoot of the LORD’s people?”--Daniel 8:12-13
oh lookie, a quote! ^^
your now my new quote man. whenever I need some cliche words of wisdom, or just something humorous to laugh at, I'll just come to quote man.
anyway, we can't change the show. In fact, auditions are tomorrow.