Saturday, April 14, 2018

The Truth Of Hate Crimes - A Poem by M.N. Hopkins



The truth of hate crimes

Protecting those full of hate

From those full of love

© 2018  M.N. Hopkins

Note:  This was inspired after watching the news about a meeting in Stockholm, Sweden with Google and Twitter with the Swedish Government officials and their media lackeys to increase censorship of what they term hate crimes.  Facebook was invited also but did not come to the meeting.  These words came to me later when thinking about the hypocrisy and almost psychosis of those involved.  I thought of the word double talk also.  Protecting rapists, murderers, fanatics full of hate while at the same time going after those who tell the truth and try to warn others out of love of the community and their nation.  I wished to sum up this unwillingness and inability to deal with reality from the powers that be and their war on those who care enough about their communities to speak up in the hope that others will join them to end this madness that has inflected our Lands.

I wrote this poem in the haiku style of poetry and published it on my blog for the first time today, the 14th of April 2018.

8 comments:

Truth Journal said...

Nice one Michael....

You are an eternally loving human being. The world most certainly needs many more of YOU..

Tim Iacono - Truth Journal

Magnus said...

Thanks for sharing!

True and good point about what is happening!

Stranger in a Strange Land said...

Hello Magnus:

Yes and it is only getting worst by the day because people have allowed this censorship.

Kind regards,
Mike

Stranger in a Strange Land said...

Hello Tim:

Thanks for your kind words but I believe that one Mike is enough. Everyone must express their own Divinity in the ways learned along their way. I wish you every happiness and success along your way.

Kind regards,
Mike

Anonymous said...

Well done Michael. I'm with you 100%

Michael B.

Stranger in a Strange Land said...

Nice to have you on board Michael B.


Warmest & kindest regards,
Mike

Anonymous said...

Brilliant.

David M.

Stranger in a Strange Land said...

Thanks David M.

Kind regards,
Mike