People in power don’t give up power willingly.
You don’t see them surrendering a seat of power unless it’s absolutely necessary. Kings must be beheaded, rebellions must be incited, and revolutions fought in order to unseat tyrants, despots, and dictators.
Isn’t that how America was born?
Now we live in a “free” country. It’s blessed, and rich—for some. But there are others who aren’t free enough.
Black people still feel fists, boots, knees, bullets violently thrusted at them, not by ordinary citizens, but by those mandated to uphold the law.
They use their authority to authorize unjust death sentences at a whim, in a moment of fury, rage, drenched in racism and tyrannical hate.
Will they relinquish their power easily? No. The murdering of blacks by those in power has been happening far too long.
The powerful must be held accountable, deposed from their offices, brought down by the strong hand of justice. That’s why people march, fight, protest.
Without it change would not occur.
Without it there would be no true peace.
To have peace, we must fight for it.