The Blackest Soul

We know who you are though your name and your face have changed countless times over the years. You are the blackness in our hearts. You are the darkest part of our soul. You are the cancer on our humanity, and you are without compassion and empathy.

We fought you for our freedom on our own soil when you wore the red coats of a tyrant king. Again, we fought you when you burned The People’s House, pirated our ships and enslaved our sailors. We defeated your Gray Coated Armies when you enslaved our African brothers and sisters. We fought you in the trenches of Europe when you gassed our people. You came to our shores killing thousands of our sailors without warning on a bright and sunny December morning wearing the symbol of the Red Sun. We rose up and battled you across the Pacific until we obliterated you in your homeland.

Again, you came as the black swastika Nazis who murdered, raped and maimed those who you marked. We defeated you on the beaches of Normandy and Italy, and in the fields of France and Germany. You were there in the jungles of Southeast Asia; you used innocent children as instruments of war. We fought back yet again. We battled you in the sands of the Middle East when you tried to enslave a peaceful people. Once again you attacked our home and murdered thousands of innocent people. Not soldiers this time; no it was women, children, mothers and fathers! And we battled you once more on your home ground in Asia and the Middle East. We finally brought you to justice in your own home.

Yes, your name has changed, as has your face, countless times over the centuries. But we know who you are, and we know what you represent. You are evil!

Now you stand cloaked before us as the leader of our great nation. You have pledged an oath to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States of America and all of the laws and all of the people there under.


And knowing you, we issue this warning unto you:

We will be watching you.  Know this now.

We will NEVER bow down before you.  We will NEVER adopt your cruel and dark ways.  We will NEVER acquiesce to your servitude. We will stand strong together as brothers and sisters. Your dark forces will NEVER enslave us.

We will rise up and fight you again if needed, and we will defeat you as we always have. You are relentlessly persistent and ever-present.  But we are always vigilant and ever wary.  Yes, we will rise up and defeat you again if needed!

(The top photograph information is as follows:  Photographer: Pfc. W. Chichersky. (Army) – The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration, Archival Research Catalog (ARC), ARC Identifier 531260.  Bones of anti-Nazi German women still are in the crematoriums in the German concentration camp at Weimar (Buchenwald), Germany, taken by the 3rd U.S. Army.)