Are we taking a political side? We taking a moral one. Violence is wrong, and a leader propagating it? There is no universe any of us should support such a leader. In the original prediction we were talking about a bridge. Though I was asking about a bridge, I honestly come to believe they weren’t answering the question at all, but making this separate prediction. I would also add this is a set of predictions, we are expecting a rise in home grown terrorism that they dubbed “Red Coats”. Now we have the clue of when that comes “Spring”.
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It’s amazing how so many people full of hate are willing to kill all in the name of politics. I don’t care about your political or religious beliefs, but when you use violent rhetoric as a means to get what you want, all you are doing is creating more needless destruction and death. Fear should never be a way of life.
Watching the news, looking at headlines and social media posts, and seeing everything unfold is quite draining on the soul and I just wish that America could just be united again otherwise we will face annihilation and we could be watching that military band play their final song on TBS when all of this is over.
I agree with you 100%, violence is never okay to further any cause. One thing that amazes me about terrorist groups and individuals who commit violence is how alike they actually are, despite believing in different things–they all think they have a right to kill anyone they deem an enemy, they’re filled with hate and lies, yet they genuinely believe in their cause and think it’s justified.
There’s a passage from a song by Loreena Mckennitt, where she sings about how people worldwide misuse God’s name to justify violence:
“We traveled the wide oceans
Heard many call your name.
With sword and gun and hatred
It all seemed much the same.”
That verse always makes me think of violence committed throughout human history, but the song still has a sense of hope at the end, that humanity can change for the better.
(Oh, the song’s called “Beneath a Phrygian Sky”, if anyone wants to listen to it. Absolutely beautiful.)
Personally, I think the moment a group–any group, political, religious, self-help–starts talking about committing violence, that’s the moment members most need to get out. No extremist realizes they’re extremist, they think they’re saner than everyone else.
Thank you for pointing out the blatant hypocrisy, although we are so far divided that many of us here are blinded by party lines and refuse to acknowledge it. I, for one, refuse to be blind to blatant hypocrisy regardless of which side is perpetrating the falsities. I can see right through the political propaganda and lies spouted incessantly, specifically by our current administration. I find it sickening quite frankly.
When you commit violence it goes beyond political bias. This happened and it is wrong to hurt others. I predicted it, as I predicted, twice impeached, he would meet Kim jong un, the corruption, the covid, all of it is there, I accurately predicted it. I also predicted that because of his cruel vicious rhetoric people would be hurt. Did that happen?
I am not saying you are wrong about his rhetoric although I would argue that the divisive media is equally culpable. My point was simply that the democrats are also guilty of creating and harboring violence; which as you stated, is wrong. Maxine waters yelling for them to get in “their faces and push back on them.” An attempted assassination on justice kavanaugh due to his conservative values, Kayler Ellison being murdered in the street in Michigan due to his conservative beliefs by a democratic extremist after Biden’s last speech, or the man who ran over the parade goers in Waukesha.. The media, the people of this nation, and the politicians can’t continue to turn a blind eye to these instances simply because they don’t fit the narrative or walk party lines. It’s gross, and it’s vile that we cover up wrong doing simply to avoid hurting a political advantage. It’s blatant hypocrisy for Paul pelosi’s story, granted I see the importance and outrage because of it, to be receiving 24/7 coverage on every news station, while the aforementioned instances were swept under the rug and barely reported on. Violence is never the answer, but neither is using someone else’s tragedy to gain political points or to harm your opposition. We need to get back to being an empathetic society, we’ve become so desensitized and cold in recent years.
This Week’s Blog: The Last Of The Gap Sessions From Interactions With My SPirit Friends From 2006.
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“There are thoughts and voices in the etheric that sensitive people, just like you, can receive because they are not shown how to discern the ‘good’ from the ‘bad.’
These people are like a radio receiver without a tuning dial. Whatever station is closest, this person receives it.” https://lightpath.video.blog/