Martha Stilson 6:27 AM (1 minute ago) to Olga We Are Good so They Are Evil


Posted January 22, 2020 by stilsonlewis

We are the People and they are some lesser statement of life. We examine this aberration in January.

 
We are the People and they are some lesser statement of life. We examine this
aberration in January.

This attitude was expressed openly and with no apology in the United States,
as slavery. When slavery was outlawed the attitude did not die, it just found more
random, and sometimes more terrifying expressions, such as lynchings. Dr. Martin
Luther King, Jr. is an honored, non-violent, freedom fighters this war, and his birthday is
in January.

In Europe this hatred was not as plainly visible, but had results that were horrific;
the Holocaust. This was a systematic rounding up of Jews for slaughter.
In January, the first of these locations was liberated.

In both cases this warped attitude led to horrific deaths of many innocent people.
Unless we stand against such inhumanity, how do we pretend to be human?

These are extreme examples of "Only a saint could go through life without
ever harming another. But only a criminal hurts those around him without
a second thought."L. Ron Hubbard.

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Issued By Martha Stilson
Country United States
Categories Editorial , Free , Government
Tags slavery , lynchings , Holocaust , freedom , liberation
Last Updated January 22, 2020