United We Stand, Divided We Fall
Half a century ago a very long line of human beings of many colors marched on the United States Capital hand in hand, non-violent to end racism and today a half century later we are divide because of pro-choice, religion, our invasion into another country and the notion that non-violence is half a century old.
Non-violence is not very useful in this political climate of sending planes over countries and dropping bombs or driving mobile bombs into crowded markets and checkpoints.
The Martin Luther King speech is old news, a historical speech that belongs in a shrine like the Virgin Mary. You know a place where you can be forgiven for invading a nation or blowing up human beings with an automobile.
Today we have a leader that smirks at human rights and places a lawyer legal fence between free speech and his enclave of believers.
Our home is divided.
Words & Graphics by Tomas