Peaceful Protesters vs Anarchists

By Adele M. Gill

“If My people, who are called by My name humble themselves, and pray and seek My face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, will forgive their sin  and will heal their land.”

2 Chronicles 7:14

Right now, peaceful protests and unrest are happening concurrently in cities all across this country. People by the thousands are coming together, taking to the streets with angst and anger, carrying megaphones and picket signs, needing to be heard. Most of these peaceful protesters are in essence saying, “Enough is enough,” to police-related brutality/murder of Black citizens, their being treated as ‘less than,’ and feeling marginalized by society. Unfortunately, not all of the protesters are peaceful or there to defend the lives of our Black citizens. Tragically, some of these protesters are reportedly opportunistic, violent Marxist / anarchists–people who are in no way affected by the George Floyd or Breonna Taylor murders, but are spreading hate and violence, working to derail the peace and healing processes….


Anarchists Posing as Peaceful Protesters

Though challenging to authorities, it is important for non-violent protesters to be able to exercise their First Amendment rights to free speech, so central to the American way of life per the Constitution. There is good reason why freedom of speech, and freedom of religion, are included in the First Amendment. Without those gateway freedoms, we can easily lose our way, and risk Communism. there are Marxist anarchists, reportedly paid, who are infiltrating the protests, with peaceful protesters, thereby sabotaging their cause. They are working hard to violently derail positive change and much-needed steps towards equality, through destruction, violence, chaos, mayhem, destruction, and even murder—the Enemy’s finest tools. Many in the media and some officials have given them a pass, refusing to acknowledge their violence and destruction. The violent intruders must be stopped… But how?


Violent Anarchists Derail the Peace Process

For any real progress to occur, the anarchists, ‘bad actors,’ must be stopped in their tracks. They only serve as a fear-mongering distraction from the urgent work at hand. They do not stand for George Floyd or Breonna Taylor. These anarchists are responsible for endangering the lives of innocent American citizens, police officers,  business owners and true protesters, while delaying and derailing the timely listening and dialog. As the violence is spreading like a rapid cancer metastasis, these destructive Marxists, and the authorities who turn their heads to their unbridled violence, must be held accountable for the contagious hatred, injustice, and destruction they promote and tolerate. There is never a reason for violence.


The media is also complicit in derailing social justice, as it works daily to confuse and distort the damage that is occurring at the hands of these violent Marxists posing as protesters. They do so to suit their own agendas, through half-truths and lies. As this Marxist violence spreads across our nation with contagion, it prevents those hurting most among us from being heard and beginning much needed dialog for change.


One Race—The Human Race

In the eyes of God, no one is better than anyone else. There is no supreme race. Everyone needs to be heard, and be protected from harm, regardless of background, creed or ethnicity. We are one diverse nation; one race under God, with commonality beyond measure. Social equality, in all its forms, is a basic human right. For in the God’s eyes, we are all one people, one family; equal,  wonderfully, lovingly made in His image. In God, there is no division at all–there is peace. He is Our Creator, the author of peace, not confusion. As as a people are one body, we need to respect and treat all of its parts, all people of the Human race with love, respect, care, and equality. As Alveda King, niece of Dr. Martin Luther King recently said: “There is just one race—The Human race.”


Pray to Heal Our Land!

God does not Love one ethnic group above another. Rather, He Loves, heals, comforts, protects, provides for, guides and saves all of us equally. We need to treat each other with mutual respect and love, as we work tirelessly for social equality on every level. The Bible tells us: “Love one another as I have loved you.” In good times and in bad, God is our refuge and strength, and He is with us all, helping each of us through times of trouble, disharmony, and division for the asking. How different this world would be if we could all see ourselves, and others, through the eyes of God! We need to join together in prayer, turn to God, dedicate this country to Him, and humble ourselves to ask for His help. In that way, He will hear us and heal our land as only He can!


“If My people, who are called by My name humble themselves, and pray and seek My face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, will forgive their sin and will heal their land.”

2 Chronicles 7:14


© Copyright 2020   |   Adele M. Gill


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