I came across this under the title of “Grieving”, and I’d like to share it, as it speaks what many who are silent feel out of fear. This was not written by me, and the author is anonymous: I give my opinion below:
I grieve for AMERICA
Terrorists set a homeless man’s belonging on fire as he slept on the streets
Terrorists beat a store owner unconscious for defending his store. Left him for dead and passed away from the injuries he sustained. Who grieves for him and his family?
Terrorists took the little hope that some small business owners, devastated by the COVID19 lockdown still held for the future and extinguished it.
Terrorists burned horses ALIVE trapped in a horse trailer.
Terrorists set fire to a luxury car dealership
Terrorists set fire to St. John’s Church in Washington DC
Terrorists set fire to a black-owned sports bar and then tried to steal what wasn’t burning.
Terrorists overturned a police car and to add insult to injury, a woman climbs up on the overturned squad car and takes a dump on it and is cheered on by onlookers.
82 black people shot and 19 dead in Chicago this past weekend and no one cares.
I GRIEVE for AMERICA and right now there is a knee on the throat of AMERICA and PEOPLE CAN’T BREATHE.
I am 69 years old and never in my lifetime would I see such hate and discord among Americans. Yes, the Holocaust was horrible; The previous Wars were horrible; Death is horrible; Abortion is horrible, but what have we learned? More hate it seems. I hope that anyone who reads this article of mine, and has children and grandchildren, that time is taken to understand the consequences waiting for these children in the years to come if we don’t fix this hatefulness that is spreading throughout the world. I pray to God every morning a prayer of mercy and forgiveness for all.