As we all know, there's been a horrifyingly large number of deaths caused by police, most of the perpetrators being white and most of the victims being black. Tamir Rice, Trayvon Martin, the list goes on for far too fucking long.
And with the war machine still claiming its Arab and Muslim victims both in the Middle East and as refugees in other countries (not to mention the growing pile of evidence that DAESH itself is created by the CIA
, the Saudis
, and the Mossad
), it just goes to expose the depressingly massive
power that racism grants the psychopaths in charge.
Anti-black racism and Islamophobia are gaining as Trump surges in popularity. Just earlier this month, the leading neo-Nazi site Stormfront experienced a surge in traffic
attributed to radicalised Trump fanatics. As a person of Jewish descent, this worries me personally, but it worries me even more that my Latinx and Middle Eastern friends will suffer the worst of the Trump Reich.
Meanwhile, in objective reality, police continue to murder black and Latinx people on at least a weekly basis. And there's no justice, either: just two days ago, a grand jury failed to indict the cop who killed Tamir Rice
By now, this should be unsurprising: if you've read Political Ponerology
by Andrew M. Lobaczewski, it's easy to see that certain kinds of psychopaths make the best police officers. Seriously, just browse Cop Block
for a couple of minutes and see for yourself the depravity and lack of empathy and conscience that characterises the overall character of the police in America.
And don't even get me started about the psychopaths who run our world and pretty much openly declare genocidal policies against the Iraqis, the Pakistanis, the Palestinians, etc., simply because they're in the way of the bastards' megalomaniacal and pathological thirst for power.
But even if these horrible things happen and continue to happen, there's still hope. We can break free of the conditioning and build a better world for humanity. When just enough of the population begins to awaken, the rest will soon follow. And never forget:
'Common aim is stronger than blood.'