The Ferguson Riots: Addressing and Ending Social/Economic Division – Part 2/2

Written by Wes Annac, The Culture of Awareness

Concluded from Part 1

It also goes without saying that rioting and looting won’t get us anywhere. Violent revolutions have never solved the problems they were intended to solve, and this is even true for the revolution that gave us the United States. Where are we now here in the US? We still face the same problems of division, corruption and oppression.

Part of me wonders if the cabal didn’t send some of their people into Ferguson to turn the peaceful assertion of the people’s rights into total anarchy. Whether or not they’re partially responsible for the rioting and looting, it’ll only make the problems worse.

Peaceful yet assertive protest is the best thing that can be done, and hopefully, the riots will calm and the protests will be given the attention they require. The fact that the riots are taking focus away from the protests is unfortunate to say the least, because the issues at hand need to be addressed.

These protests need to be given more spotlight, because we can’t keep going in this backward direction as a society. We can’t keep letting unarmed teenagers perish simply because of their race or economic status, and we have to do something about the massive corruption in police forces all over the world.

These issues need addressed if we want to make any progress, and it’s unfortunate that burning and looting has taken so many people’s focus away from them. It goes to show that this method of problem solving is defunct, whereas putting attention on these issues with protest is a very good way to go.

Everyone will eventually realize that violence turns us against each other, and the unity that’ll result will enable us to hold the cabal accountable for keeping us divided; making us fight each other over outer differences that pose no relevance in the bigger picture.

We’ll be too distracted and pacified to hold them responsible if we’re kept divided based on our race or anything else, and this is why they count on us to riot and loot.

They want us to embrace violence when a heated issue rises to the surface because of a tragedy. They want us to grab our guns and create anarchy in the streets, but we shouldn’t give them the satisfaction. Why should we do exactly what they want us to do?

Instead of playing their game, let’s recognize the necessity of peace/unity and replace violence with elite accountability. We can hold the cabal accountable in a non-violent way, and they know this. This is why they work so hard to keep us divided, and I’m sure they’re licking their lips at the opportunity to create continuous havoc in Ferguson.

Instead of fighting each other, let’s join together to raise awareness of the consequences of social division. Let’s work hand-in-hand to educate each other about what happens when we’re too divided to address important issues that keep us from thriving, and let’s see to it that things like this never happen again.

Like I mentioned earlier, they happen just about every day and we never hear about them, so let’s come together and put a stop to them. When we do, I don’t think we’ll need to focus our attention as much on race as we will fixing the general socioeconomic problems that plague us, and we’ll see that the ‘elite’ had a lot to do with these problems.

They play one of the biggest roles in keeping us divided, but they won’t get away with their social machinations. We’re rising up and putting our focus on these issues so we can finally make a change, and as awareness continues to grow, more people will discover the role the cabal’s played in keeping us apart.

I envision a world where everyone works together.

On this world, we’ll stop moving in a backward direction and finally make some progress. The people who’ve propagated the widespread division of the races/classes will no longer be in the positions of power that allowed them to do this, and our unity will empower us to solve the biggest issues we face.

This world is attainable, but it hinges on the work we do to raise our vibration and help humanity become aware of the necessity to change our ways. Our progress also depends on how we respond to situations like this, and unfortunately, the rioting and looting display that we haven’t made as much progress as we could.

The ongoing peaceful protests display that there’s light at the end of the tunnel, however, and the best thing we can do is to wholeheartedly support these protests and work to raise awareness of the fact that prejudice still exists in the United States.

Race might have something to do with this prejudice, but it goes deeper than that.

Prejudice stems from the basic idea that we’re separate from one another, and the rest of the world will eventually see that in reality, we’re all one. Let’s wish our brothers and sisters in Ferguson the best of luck, and let’s pray for the rioting to cease in favor of clear and decisive problem-solving.

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I’m a 21 year old awakening seeker and creator of The Culture of Awareness daily news site.

The Culture of Awareness features daily spiritual and alternative news, as well as articles I’ve written and more. Its purpose is to awaken and uplift by providing material that’s spiritually inspired and/or related to the fall of the planetary elite and our entrance into a positive future.

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4 comments

  1. No offense, but you are using the word anarchy wrong. It means to be without rule. These people obviously want to rule over us with an iron fist. That means they don’t want anarchy, they want total control.

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