Where do you find the truth when no one wants to hear it? Where is the peace when hate runs free? Is this the way that our world is headed? What have we to do to get attention to the problem? Do we need to stand and scream? Do we need to sit in peaceful protest?
When looking for the truth, it seems that it is harder to find than most think. People are wanting to keep their head in the sand and say that everything is fine. People don’t see the danger that is out there.
I can try to explain it but you need open eyes to see it. Try to find a copy of a book that was controversial and now it is hard to do. You might be able to find it online however it will cost you a fortune to get.
The easiest way to do this is look at the past. When we think of WWII most people think of Pearl Harbor and the Hiroshima bombs that went off to end it. But what of the camps? There are those who say that it never happened, it is a conspiracy to make Germany look bad. I have seen them in person, I have heard the fear when people are asked about the past over in Germany. They remember, so why don’t we?
I have seen in the local news emails that I get that people don’t want to accept information that is plain and true as the nose on their faces. People don’t see that with big money comes a responsibility that we need to wake up and have people take notice to. When you get a person who has the backing of one of the oldest homegrown terror groups now in a place of power … you need to wake up. When the person can’t tell the truth, how can you have them in power?
If people could see what I see, they would be more than mildly freaked out. The person that we have as President Elect has had 4 companies that have gone to bankruptcy and they are looking at running the country. They don’t think about the way that they need to learn how to communicate with rulers of other countries.
Where are we headed? What can we do? Are we stuck with trouble for the next four years? We need to see the truth … we need to see that there is danger in all forms.
We need to wake up.
I have heard people say that the camps didn’t happen or weren’t as bad as they were made out to be … they are so wrong. I was there and saw the people who had the numbers tattooed on their arms. Saw the buildings that had the bullets still in them.
We are in the danger zone.