|Posted by Forest Tyson on July 20, 2015 at 10:05 AM|
Good morning Village!
The level of hate that we are experiencing today is the by-product of centuries of hypocrisy here in America, and what's really sad and sickening is a select few in America have learned very little from its atrocious past. Far to many of these same people suffer from what I call "selective amnesia". Those that suffer from this ailment have justified their actions and the actions of their ancestors in a selectively manner by choosing half-truths to support the lies that their so called heritage has been based upon.
There is no excuse under the sun that would justify the level of idiocy we have in this the 21st century! What I do know for sure is that every social ailment we face today is a direct result of kicking the proverbial can down the road. Too many people feel our problems will go away if we ignore them.
Hate is a cancer and to ignore it is not treatment. Idiocy and stupidity are preventable illnesses. The medication for curing this illness is Truth! The truth unlike most medical treatments won't give you a host of harmful side effects like thoughts of suicide, blurred vision and the like! The only thing required for those seeking truth is an open mind and heart to doing what's right, RIGHT NOW!
This Nation is a young Nation when considering the grand scale of things and it's time for it to come out of it's childish ways.
1 Corinthians 13:11 KJV
When I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things.
It's time for America to grow the fu$k up, acknowledge its problems, ailments and past misdeeds, deal with them like men and women and stop kicking the can down the road. We are supposed to be a enlightened country, standing in the defense of freedom and democrac yet far too many of us act like spoiled little brats playing in a sandbox basking in hypocrisy!
We've got some serious problems to solve and it's gonna take Our Villiage to solve them all! Hate is a learned behavior, and here's the thing to ignore it is to condone it!
(My name is Forest Tyson, Jr. And I approve this message)