People as me what side of the issue I am, "either Black Lives Matter, or racist" infered by a old friend of mine. Well, sorry to disappoint, but I am on the side of unity. The side of love. The side of peace.
George Floyd shouldn't have been killed, that was an injustice. But we do not know as a fact that Floyd was killed by white supremacy or police supremacy. What no one can get through their self seeking minds is that INJUSTICE HAS NO COLOR. Injustice is injustice. And yes, Floyd's death was an injustice, not because he was black and the cop was white, but because he was wrongfully killed. Because he was a man with red blood wrongfully slaughtered by another man with red blood.
The Black Lives Matters movement pulled a violent and threatening stunt in the downtown of my home last night. Burning dumpsters, setting off a bomb, shattering random windows for no reason, then cussing out the police who still there blocking the way to more windows in which these terrorists aimed to destroy. (Images in this post are of the "protect" [more like attack]). Why did they do this? Because they felt entitled to fight violence with more violence affected innocent lives? Isnt that what they stand against? Innocent lives being harmed for no reason?
In Tucson, a bomb went off and windows were shattered. In Phoenix, buildings were burned. In DC, police were beaten and shot and bricks were thrown. In Minneapolis, stores and restaurants were on fire and guns were shot. All of this in one night done by The Black Lives Matter movement.
Violence does not end eith more violence. Because it's still violent. Violence ends with love. With unity. With peace. With forgiveness. And with harmony.
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