When you have ONE gender of two CONTROLLING everythiing, EVERYTHING that's NEGATIVE in the UNIVERSE upsets the NATURAL BALANCE OF ORDER!!!
This is where you find INJUSTICE, HATE, etc., which are ALLOWED TO BREED AND EXIST!!!
When the NATURAL ORDER of BALANCE exists, OVERRALL LOVE and POSITIVITY is ALLOWED TO FLOURISH AND NEGATIVITY (anything NEGATIVE THAT YOU CAN POSSIBLY THINK OF) IS WASHED AWAY, AS IT SHOULD BE!!!!
This is the way of life that we should ALL be STRIVING FOR!!! NOT THIS BS that we're ALL USED TO (THIS IS A MAN'S WORLD!!!!!!!!!!!!!) WHAT A CROCK OF SHYT!!!!
"Power is not a mistake
out of which the powerful can be educated.
it's not a misunderstand
and it's not a disagreement
and what that means is
justice cannot be won
by rational argument
by moral exhortation
by personal transformation
or spiritual epiphany
Power is won by taking power away from the powerful
and dismantling their institutions."#quote
Reasoning with them is futile as these ideologies are part of who they are.
So...there’s still work to be done. There’s still rights that are being violated. There are still Black people that are being incarcerated. There’s still our brothers and sisters being enslaved and killed, just because their skin color doesn’t align with white supremacy and so on!
So we cannot become complacent!!
Gravity Roots Progress (GRP)
Watching this case merely seemed as if white supremacy was toying with us as if we had them cornered and they’re trying everything in the book to slither their way out of a conviction.
The sheered anxiety of what’s coming next to an outcome that was not expected.
Nevertheless, George Floyd got justice and a sweeter one would be if he was still alive today.
There’s no reasoning with those who wear the badge but continue to infringe on the rights of the Black community.
Continued in comments...
"The no-win Kafka trap is named after dystopian author Franz Kafka.
In his parable "Before the Law",
a man seeking the law
is refused access to it by a gatekeeper.
The gatekeeper allows him to sit by the gate,
letting him think he might be allowed in someday.
The man waits there for the rest of his life,
but never gains access.
Kafka's story expresses the futility
of waiting for justice to come to you."#quote