OUR VOICES – SAY NO TO RACISM; BLACK LIVES MATTER

<a href="One at a Time” title=”OUR VOICES – SAY NO TO RACISM; BLACK LIVES MATTER”>238A680100000578-2851264-image-48_1417058591995   The long strides of hope is suddenly becoming vague and blur, Freedom isn’t just about the restoration of human rights, it holds fast on the restoration of patriotism and democracy. The ills of our world is slowly eloping the main course of eternity, and the voices of our  freedom fighters (Nelson Mandela and Martin Luther King jr) seems to be crying again; ”a free world with no racism”

Unity goes far beyond the lips, it’s a character that should be worn at all times, especially in difficult situations. Love on the other hand is not just a bond, but the mind we should have towards one another. Whether we are black or white, we should be entwined in peace and love, we should not allow evil grow again, this evil was conquered years ago, we should stand and keep this evil far away.

The joy of freedom is the smile of our unborn children, so tell me, are we not free? Let’s pause for a second and think, what if chaos booms and death becomes the credibility of our existence, how then can we say we have achieved progress? Corruption is like a virus that preys on its host, sucking out life and eventually, death sets it, that is what we should avoid, the death of the ones we love, the death of a world we struggled to build, the death of a future that is supposed to glow, the death of the love that set us free and bonded us in unity.

speaker     I do not believe that we are strolling back to the days when blacks were seen as threats, or the days where blacks live in cold torments of fear; this is a world we conquered, we should not resurrect it. The damnation of peace is far more deadly than the damnation of war, so do we have to make a simple prayer again? No! prayer isn’t the cure, neither is the colour of our skin, the cure is YOU AND ME, we need to SPEAK up with one voice which will be echoed by clarity and liberation, and we need to listen to the voices we hear on the Streets, TV, Radio, Newspapers, and our Minds; yes, what we need is ‘our voices’ to say #black lives matter, #penalize corrupt/racist cops…

2389037000000578-2851264-image-47_1417058576187    The  dance of change is the dance of voices that lived to wear the shoes of peace. This world can only become a better place if we make it one, let’s us not let the calmness of the season fly away like birds that are chased by the hunters, rather let us make it a home for everyone to live in. Lives have been lost #Michael Brown, #Eric Garner, #Rumain Brisbon, #Tamir Rice, and many others we do not know about, so let us say in one voice;

 

”#NO MORE KILLING OF BLACK PEOPLE,

#NO MORE VIOLENCE AND CORRUPTION ON OUR STREETS

#BLACK LIVES MATTER

#PENALIZE CORRUPT/RACIST COPS ”

Love should be the theme of our streets, the faces of our children, and the badge of every individual who believes in upholding justice irrespective of their race, tribe or country.

Let’s promote Human Rights and SAY NO TO RACISM.

By Ruth Brodrick. All rights reserved ©. This article should not be used or shared without the author’s permission

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34 thoughts on “OUR VOICES – SAY NO TO RACISM; BLACK LIVES MATTER”

    1. I am a Republican but I am also colored and i agree 200% with BLACK LIVES MATTER. In the same way these pigs have mistreated our people for over 60 yrs now, they have been doing this to African Americans for over 600 yrs now and they will continue unless they are stopped in the 21st Century. Just as they call our people who resist their occupation, stealing of Arab lands, and murdering our children; so too they are trying to label BLACK LIVES MATTER as ‘racist” and “against all whites.” The truth is whites who see the oppression are joining us just as a Middle easterner i join my Black brothers and sisters. May this land be liberated as return to how it was with American Indians in charge one day. Ameen.

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  6. Racism is a cruel cross – black lives matter. We need to raise our voices to stop allowing the people who should be protecting us (state/local/federal) from crucifying our brothers and sisters in the streets – shedding innocent blood!
    Please Christ, end the violence. Amen.

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