Last Wednesday, a wave of protests and counter-protests erupted across America after white supremacists held a rally in Virginia.
As a veteran of the US Marine Corps, I was shocked by the violence and hate that was shown by the white nationalists.
I was even more shocked by the response of those who were outraged that our political leaders were not speaking out about the rise of white supremacy in America.
There’s been a lot of negative attention focused on Mr. Trump after the event.
After listening to the negative attention his presidency has received, I am now considering it a career-ending injury.
I am now forced to question my vote in November, and if I do not, I fear I will be one of the millions of women who will cast a ballot for Joe Biden.
I am also seeing a rise in the number of men and women struggling with the same problem.
I will avoid using the word ‘miscarriage of justice’, but it is clear to me now that the problem is very real. I have become convinced that we were never told by the political parties, the mainstream media, the chambers of congress, the university administrations, or the CEOs of the world, that racism was the greatest threat to our world before mind-controlling chemicals were used to control the minds of White people.
It was brainwashing.
The ritualistic use of race-based programming to create loyal followers who will do whatever it takes to support the powerful and cover-up their own abuses has been going on for decades.
The creation of loyal followers is the real crime.
The creation of victims is the real crime.
I’m in a race against time.
If I don’t act now, I will be one of the millions who will miss out on the last best chance to save our world.
I have taken control of two of my children’s phones to prevent them from being manipulated by their brother. I am taking the time to teach my children the difference between right and wrong, good and bad, inclusive and exclusive. I am exercising my new freedom to share my world, and I am deciding what is and is not appropriate conversation topics in our home.
I am also taking the time to teach my children the rules for healthy relationships.
If I am not careful, my world will be one of pain and anger.
I have decided that I will no longer tolerate the use of physical violence as a means of manipulating and control.
I am taking the time to learn the difference between right and wrong, positive and negative, and I am establishing new rules for my children that include rules for their siblings, so that none of them grows up in a situation like I did.
I’m taking the time to learn what is and is not healthy in a relationship and I am establishing new boundaries for me and my children.
I am deciding what is and is not appropriate conversation topics in our home and I am writing them down for my kids so that they will have them in their future.
I’m taking the time to learn what is and is not respectful and loving behavior for us children and I am establishing new boundaries for me and my children.
I am taking the time to learn what triggers me and what doesn’t and I am deciding what is and is not respectful.
I am taking the time to learn what makes me a happy parent and I am establishing new boundaries for me and my children