If you want to be treated like an American, act like an American.
Injustice is a characteristic of our imperfect world. It will never disappear. It is a symptom of a much more serious sickness that plagues humanity. Evil.
However, injustice is a symptom that can be fought when it shows it’s face. Through organization, identification of convictions, and a strict adherence to said conviction, injustice can be treated effectively.
America is and always has been a light in the darkness of the world. A symbol of how organization and strong values can extinguish some of the most sinister evils.
Rioting, looting, vandalism, and anarchy are not American. These are things that belong to the third world.
Let us not be mistaken.
These things do not belong to the third world because said countries are impoverished and oppressed. It is because these things belong to the third world that it is impoverished and oppressed.
Americans know that it is in our actions that our motives can be made known to all. Even in our bloodiest of wars over injustice conviction, organization, and a respect for ones fellow man made our intentions clear.
Americanism is a mindset. It is a mindset that we Americans invite everyone to participate in, in the hopes of making our great country a better place.
Martin Luther King Jr. was an American. He had his values straight, he was organized and he respected his fellow man in his pursuit for justice.
Through his actions his intentions were made clear. Though MLK and his fellow black Americans faced great injustice during segregation he held true to his respect for mankind and the pursuit of happiness. This is an act of true Americanism.
Third world behavior is not just. And this message has been stated loud and clear to the American public.
Justice is no where to be found in Anarchy.
If you wish to participate in this great nation, this great idea…
If you wish to achieve the American dream…
Than stop identifying yourselves through your actions as third worlders, people of a diametrically opposed mindset.
If you wish to be an American… Then you best act like one.