Posted by Non-Aligned Politics
Not even a week and the riots have started. I can sympathize with those who PEACEFULLY protest, but when you start attacking people physically and destroying property you lose my sympathy. Violence and hate is not the answer. I understand that people are afraid of what the future holds, however I must ask….where was the outrage when the DNC was outed for sabotaging Bernie Sanders campaign? Where were the Days of Rage then? The system has always been rigged no matter who won. It does not matter if you do not like nor voted for Trump he is our President. These are the same words of wisdom stated by Liberals as a counter for those who didn’t want to accept Barack Obama as our President. However, now it’s different. Now it’s civil unrest for a process that hasn’t changed in over 200 years.
Word of advice, do something about the Democratic Party or, here’s a better idea, get a Third Party out of obscurity and into the light. Did you know that had more people voted Jill Stein she f she had received at least 5% of the votes it would’ve entitled the Green Party $10 million and recognition as a valid opposing party. But no, both Democrats and Republicans came together and shouted down those who supported Third Party candidates as “waste of votes” and told us to “vote for the lesser evil”. Looks like those mind sets really did you pro-mainstream parties well. Nicely done….thanks.
To those protesting peacefully and with compassion in your heart for your fellow American, I support you and applaud you. To those destroying property and hurt people, I don’t support you. You hurt the movement and make all valid points and arguments invalid with hate and violence.
Let the revolution be a revolution based on love for our fellow human being and American and not hate directed at those who oppose our ideas. Hatred only leads to fascism.
Posted by Non-Aligned Politics
So Ferguson is once again a flashpoint endemic of a society that thinks race is something to be held in a place of honor. Sorry, but I don’t honor the illusion of race, I honor the Gods. So, if you’re someone who believes is something to be proud of then please leave because this isn’t a blog that thinks race based on the melanin content (or lack thereof) of ones skin is something that should be held in sacrosanct. I respect ethnic culture, but not race. There is a vast different between the two.
Now, about Ferguson, even though I’ve never been to protest ever in my life I’m pretty certain throwing frozen water bottles at the police you say you fear is protesting really, but trying to instigate violence. Ferguson protesters, the 1960’s called and they’re saying you’re protesting wrong! How are you going to say that you fear the police, but yet continue to provoke them, or try to anyway, into violent conflict? Sorry, but I fear predatory creatures bigger than me so in no way would I provoke a lion or a tiger by throwing stuff at it. Hel, I wouldn’t even do it if there were a group of people with me, because no matter what someone I call kin will get hurt in the process. So not only are they trying to provoke the police, they’re being disregarding to the safety of their kin as well. How does that make for a peaceful protest? How does that honor the slain? It doesn’t. It creates more problems than there should be.
I guess time will tell in what way this will all go in Ferguson. I’m sure, like with everything in this society that relies on blurbs rather than in depth analysis, it’ll fizzle to nothing and on the next ratings inducing “crisis”. Black/White/Human Lives Matter? Yeah, not really. Ratings Matter, not the lives of people. If people really, REALLY cared about others we wouldn’t be reducing ourselves to racial labels and uniting regardless of our melanin content. If people really cared, there would be a diverse mosaic of people protesting PEACEFULLY (meaning not throwing stuff at police and trying to instigate violence) in Ferguson right now, but there isn’t and that’s absolutely disgraceful.
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