Cool guys who protect their cities from marauding oppressors have been known to wear black masks. Nobody wants to live under Wild West law or subjugated by Gotham City terrorists. Residents cheer when heroes like Zorro and Batman stand up for the people and deliver them against all odds, from an autocratic government takeover.
Funny how the tables have turned. Now black masks are a symbol of silencing, intimidation, and violence to those who dare to contradict. BLM, and no… I’m not talking about the Bureau of Land Management—although that seems to be one of the roles the Black Lives Matter mafia have their sites set on—managing property. Frighteningly, this group is now more popular and powerful than any political party or group in the country. Millions of people applaud their cause even as a cloud of tyranny hangs over the land, threatening anyone or anything that gets in the way, such as the Constitution of the United States. Big tech companies like Google, Twitter and Tik Tok are donating to the BLM cause. Large companies such as Walmart, Adidas, Nike and Anastasia (to name just a few) are also chipping in.
This group operates under the umbrella of racism but it doesn’t matter what color your skin is. The goal is power, aggression and suppression. Many people are afraid to speak out against this hostile takeover for fear of being called racist, jeopardizing their jobs or having their businesses destroyed through the flames of looting, boycott or discrediting.
So what’s an itty bitty meager little citizen to do? Light up a Z or bring out the Bat light? Ain’t gonna work. It’ll take much more than that to restore democracy to our Republic. It will take courage to fight. Refuse to cower. Oppose true, not artificial racism. Support law and order by standing by the police officers who protect your community. Stand up against injustice for those weaker than you. Educate yourself. Vote for people with the backbone and bravery to put their country above their personal interests. Be brave. Speak out. Be true to your values. Above all else, pray.
Your beacon of light can be every bit as illuminating as the Bat Light or a flame on the hillside in the shape of a Z. We need everyday ordinary heroes with the courage to save our country.