A number of stories and videos have come to my attention which shows how America is turning into a nation of hate, with multiple different groups hating on each other and it has gotten to the point where seeing public brawls has become almost an everyday occurrence.
We have detailed, many times, the hate of groups like Antifa and BLM, but those are just two examples out of many.
We see hate between political parties, against blacks, whites, Asians, the rich, the poor, Christians, masculinity, Jewish people, hate against men just for being born with a penis, and hate against the police and law enforcement collectively.
Not just individuals of those groups, but the hate is aimed at them collectively.
Everything and everyone is divided these days, with the media deliberately causing more division because as the old journalism expression goes, "if it bleeds, it leads."
From politicians encouraging violence to 'woke' corporations punishing people and states for wrong-think or speak, to treating people like dirt if they dare step out of the box others want them to stay in, such as black conservatives, 'progressive' politicians that "believes sexual orientation should dictate how, they vote" on issues, as just a few examples of how divisive everyone is becoming, and the attempts to force compliance on Americans in a variety of ways.
'DON'T SHOUT, I JUST FELT LIKE PUNCHING SOMEONE'
Imagine thinking that just because you were in a mood to hit someone for absolutely no reason, that it is alright to do so.
Well we see that in New York, strangers are walking around punching people for no reason at all, with one telling a 74 year old man "Don't shout, I just felt like punching someone."
• Police in January released surveillance video of a man sucker punching a Catholic deacon inside a Bronx subway station. In the Jan. 5 incident, Frederick Kurr, 74, was having trouble swiping his MetroCard at the Kingsbridge Road D train station around 10:10 a.m. when the suspect — leaving the station through the adjacent turnstile — briefly watched him before socking him in the face, the footage released by police shows.
“Don’t shout,” the attacker allegedly told the victim when he yelled for help. “I just felt like punching someone.”
• Police on Jan. 26 busted Jose Gonzalez, a 48-year-old homeless man — who has been collared six times for punching random victims — with the attack, the NYPD confirmed.
• On Jan. 20 a thug randomly sucker-punched a 47-year-old man — breaking his jaw — in what cops described as a “possible knockout game” in the Bronx, disturbing surveillance video shows.
The victim was walking on East 176th Street near Walton Avenue in Mount Hope just before 1:30 a.m. when four strangers passed him in the opposite direction, police said.
Video shows one of the men suddenly slugging the victim in the side of the face, knocking him to the ground — without saying a word.
“There’s a lot more crazy out there. A lot of people unhinged. What we can do is to be more aware. To be more alert,” Tsahi Shemesh, a former Israeli Defense Forces paratrooper who runs Krav Maga Experts NYC, told The Post.
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'I REFUSE TO HATE'
I'll admit, I didn't watch the Oscars, and haven't in decades. I have no interest in a bunch of celebrities using the platform to show how "woke" they are, attacking conservatives, and from what I have seen, this last one had them attacking law enforcement as a group.
One clip I have watched, more than once, was of Tyler Perry, after he was awarded the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award, giving a speech that has gone viral. Perry is in no way a conservative, but every conservative reaction I have seen so far indicates everyone is giving a "fist pump," as his words resonate.
All reactions except those of social justice warrior snowflakes that took offense to Perry, a black man, adding "police" into the groups he refuses to hate collectively.
My mother taught me to refuse hate. She taught me to refuse blanket judgment. And in this time, with all of the internet and social media and algorithms and everything that wants us to think a certain way, the 24-hour news cycle, it is my hope that all of us would teach our kids, and I want to remember: just refuse hate. Don’t hate anybody.
I refuse to hate someone because they are Mexican or because they are Black or White. Or LBGTQ. I refuse to hate someone because they are a police officer. I refuse to hate someone because they are Asian. I would hope we would refuse hate.
And I want to take this Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award and dedicate it to anyone who wants to stand in the middle. No matter what’s around the wall, stand in the middle. Because that’s where healing, that’s where conversation happens, that’s where change happens. It happens in the middle. So anyone who wants to meet me in the middle to refuse hate, to refuse blanket judgment, and to lift someone’s feet off the ground, this one is for you, too.
There are things many people hate. Murder, abortion, offensive violence... you get the point, but not entire groups of people, no matter the color, race, religion, or ethnicity.
No one group consists of all bad people, and no group consists of all good people (except ANP readers... AHEM!)
This was left as the last category because words simply cannot properly describe the type of hate shown in the videos below, where people are randomly getting into public brawls with increasing frequency.
Miami International Airport saw two of them on different sides of a room, at the very same time, shown below.
Next up, another brawl in a Mississippi Olive Garden restaurant:
Generally we prefer to embed the videos and not send people over to YouTube, but to understand what is going on, from coast to coast and the increasing frequency of people so on edge that they think nothing of just publicly attacking others, you have to see the page after page of videos titles.
Walmart fights, bar fights, employees versus the public violent fights, fast food joint fights, truckers versus Uber drivers, street fights, subway fights.... and the list just goes on and on and on.
Deliberately incited division between entire groups of people continues to cause hate and violence at a rapidly increasing rate, where people are just snapping over nothing because we have come to a point where everyone is always on edge, just waiting for that other shoe to drop.
Last video shows these public displays of hate and violence are global.
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