• Donnie Boursaw

"By their fruits"

Martin Luther King, Jr. stated “I look to the day when people will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.”

Despite what the media and officials are saying the rioting and looting going on in Minnesota is not a “protest” against anything or, anyone. It has nothing whatever to do with the death of George Lloyd or being under house arrest for months, or isolation, unemployment, depression, or whatever excuse being used to justify or excuse the destruction. It is a moment of opportunity for the bottom feeders to come out of their holes and wreck havoc on their fellow beings. Just as corrupt politicians have used the fake pandemic of Corvid-19 to suspend the rights of the American Citizens these denizens are using the death of a human being to vent their anger and justify their disregard for the law, rationalize their vindictiveness, and excuse their wickedness.

If Dr. King is to be taken at his word, these monsters in human form have revealed the truth about themselves.

The pundits, politicians, and appeasers will call it “racist” their go to accusation for the lack of self-control, narcissism, and despicable behavior on display, but it has nothing to do with “race” and everything to do with the content of the perpetrators character. Looting, destruction of others property, burning, killing, disobedience to law, cowardice, disrespect for life, and selfishness have nothing to do with the color of a person’s skin, it has to do with their character, the type of people they are and want to be known as.

Skin color does not display character. Behavior displays a person's character, their reactions to situations are more revealing of what they think, who they are, and what they really stand for than any words spoken or written. Black, white, red, yellow, or brown your actions speak louder than words and expose the truth about you.

In the scriptures it says, “by their fruits ye shall know them” and what kind of “fruits” are these lawbreakers bringing forth? They are telling us who they are, what they believe, and what they value. None of which is worth listening to.

Crisis does not form character it reveals it.

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