The Freddy Will Blog

    Never Ignoring the Original Truth

    For me, the biggest game-changer in this round of social justice protests is the stance of the liberal media. They used to ignore the evidence and disregard our concerns. One functional similarity is feminism and the MeToo movement. The pain that we express through these movements is universal. All around the globe, every black man bears a deep sadness from the effects of racism, discrimination, police brutality, white supremacy, and injustice within the judicial system. Our most challenging problem was the mainstream media. They never use to acknowledge the predicament. The liberal media would not even utter the words “police brutality” or “white supremacy.” They never acknowledged the problem, and they often sided with the system.

    Although the main focus is on police brutality, our overall goal is to uproot racism as a whole. We want world leaders to support us. Royal families, major corporations, institutions, and the like. 

    Today that has changed. The news anchors at CNN, NBC, the Post, etc. are finally admitting to the existence of the problem. I was almost stunned to see them call the police and the justice system out. I won’t be surprised if they embrace the Red Pill next. We need to hear from world leaders. Although the main focus is on police brutality, our overall goal is to uproot racism as a whole. We want world leaders to support us. Royal families, major corporations, institutions, and the like. They have to change laws, remove cultural symbols, economic structures, etc. We have to make changes at the core or even destroy and replace certain ones. By the way, what’s with all the old statues? Why is Christopher Columbus still relevant today?*

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