anger in the nation


Deuteronomy 32:21
“They have moved me to jealousy with that which is not God; they have provoked me to anger with their vanities: and I will move them to jealousy with those which are not a people; I will provoke them to anger with a foolish nation.”

Why do you think presidents and celebrities are related through blood? Why do you think they are all distant cousins? Why do you think Donald trump changed his last name from drumpf (Jewish) to trump? I’ll tell you why. The “Jewish” people over in Israel are Gentiles, and they are not the real Jews. They are romans, who have covered up the truth by hiding behind our records and claiming they are the children of Israel. You think the illuminati is a conspiracy? They are the elite, they have an agenda, it’s to destroy the promise seed (elect).

Luke 21:24
“And they shall fall by the edge of the sword, and shall be led away captive into all nations: and Jerusalem shall be trodden down of the Gentiles, until the times of the Gentiles be fulfilled.”

Isaiah 30:1
“Woe to the rebellious children, saith the LORD, that take counsel, but not of me; and that cover with a covering, but not of my spirit, that they may add sin to sin:”

My husband, the union organizer, posted something on Facebook tonight that made me feel a fraction better. I thought I’d share it. 

For those of you upset, sad, frustrated, and scared: we took a loss tonight but that does not mean the work is over. It’s just beginning.
We must take it upon ourselves not to dwell in sorrow but to roll up our sleeves and fight harder for what we believe in. The labor movement and social justice movements are truly that, a “movement”. Hold fast to what we believe in and fight even harder. Move forward.
Take a few hours to lament this moment then push your sorrow aside and let’s turn this thing around. Do not lose hope, but believe and work for what we know is right and just. Do not give in to hate and anger. We are better than that.
Our nation took a huge step back tonight and rather than cower at home and cry, we must stand up even taller and fight even harder. It’s now clear we are not the country we thought we were, but we must make it the country we want to it to be.

If you have these symptoms, you may have OWS

or, Obama Withdrawal Syndrome, in which symptoms include:

- crying (specifically on January 20)

- crying (from anytime from 2017-2021)

- irritability hearing the name “Trump”

- mood swings which only range in various forms of anger/sadness

- crying

- nostalgia for the last 8 years

- withdrawal from upcoming national events

- crying

- allergic reaction to Cheetos, oranges, tangerines, the color orange

There is no cure, but treatment includes the videos listed below:

Obama’s last State of the Union Mic Drop

-  Obama’s White House Correspondents’ Dinner Mic Drop

- Obama Makes Baby Stop Crying

Kiss Cam Catches Obamas

- Michelle Obama Final White House Speech

- Medal of Freedom Ceremony

- The Farewell Address

- Michelle Obama’s DNC Speech

- The First Victory Speech

- The Inauguration

Remember: You don’t suffer this alone. 

Thank you, Mr. President.

Got no head for planning, just
A heart that sings with rage
And what’s running through
My veins screams out DESTROY
And forgets to have a reason.
—  My Mom Calls Me Athena
I Tell Her “No, I am Ares”


one thing that really pissed me off about that interview with tomi lahren on the daily show was that trevor asked her twice about what black people should do to voice their anger since she says BLM and refusing to stand for the national anthem aren’t the ways to do it

she didn’t haven’t an answer bc you know she just wants black people to shut up and stay in the background

“Courage is doing what you’re afraid to do but know that you must.”

I saw that on a sign today. I have been afraid to truly speak out openly to my fans for fear of alienating some of them, but in a time of national emergency, it is our patriotic duty to speak up, and stand up for what’s right. I am horrified to watch as the very dystopian futures I’ve written about move closer to reality as the current administration dismantles everything that America stands for. This is not a political issue. Republicans and Democrats alike need to come together to stand against the darkness that is engulfing this nation that we love. 

The word “Nazi” was formed from the first two syllables of the German pronunciation of the word “national.” The rise of the Nazis was heralded by virulent anger and nationalism. Sound familiar? It should. The malignant form of “nationalism” that seems to have infected about 36% of Americans is nothing but Nazism. But of course it wouldn’t be called that, because if it was, most of those good people would have nothing to do with it. So instead it’s being called “making America Great Again.” But make no mistake—it is a modern American version of Nazism, and has already begun leading us down a very dark path.

This article states as clearly as I’ve yet seen—and to all sides of the political spectrum—how dire the situation is, and what we must do. And if you do not think the situation is dire, then you need to take a look at yourself, and really consider what you, as a human being, believe.

I’ve come upon something that disturbs me deeply. We have fought hard and long for integration, as I believe we should have, and I know that we will win. But I’ve come to believe we’re integrating into a burning house. I’m afraid that America may be losing what moral vision she may have had. And I’m afraid that even as we integrate, we are walking into a place that does not understand that this nation needs to be deeply concerned with the plight of the poor and disenfranchised. Until we commit ourselves to ensuring that the underclass is given justice and opportunity, we will continue to perpetuate the anger and violence that tears at the soul of this nation.

“I fear, I am integrating my people into a burning house.”

~ Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr

NY Times, NOV. 4, 2016

In many ways, there has never been a better time to be alive. Violence plagues some corners of the world, and too many still live under the grip of tyrannical regimes. And although all the world’s major faiths teach love, compassion and tolerance, unthinkable violence is being perpetrated in the name of religion.

And yet, fewer among us are poor, fewer are hungry, fewer children are dying, and more men and women can read than ever before. In many countries, recognition of women’s and minority rights is now the norm. There is still much work to do, of course, but there is hope and there is progress.

How strange, then, to see such anger and great discontent in some of the world’s richest nations. In the United States, Britain and across the European Continent, people are convulsed with political frustration and anxiety about the future. Refugees and migrants clamor for the chance to live in these safe, prosperous countries, but those who already live in those promised lands report great uneasiness about their own futures that seems to border on hopelessness.


A small hint comes from interesting research about how people thrive. In one shocking experiment, researchers found that senior citizens who didn’t feel useful to others were nearly three times as likely to die prematurely as those who did feel useful. This speaks to a broader human truth: We all need to be needed.

Being “needed” does not entail selfish pride or unhealthy attachment to the worldly esteem of others. Rather, it consists of a natural human hunger to serve our fellow men and women. As the 13th-century Buddhist sages taught, “If one lights a fire for others, it will also brighten one’s own way.”

Virtually all the world’s major religions teach that diligent work in the service of others is our highest nature and thus lies at the center of a happy life. Scientific surveys and studies confirm shared tenets of our faiths. Americans who prioritize doing good for others are almost twice as likely to say they are very happy about their lives. In Germany, people who seek to serve society are five times likelier to say they are very happy than those who do not view service as important. Selflessness and joy are intertwined. The more we are one with the rest of humanity, the better we feel.

This helps explain why pain and indignation are sweeping through prosperous countries. The problem is not a lack of material riches. It is the growing number of people who feel they are no longer useful, no longer needed, no longer one with their societies.

In America today, compared with 50 years ago, three times as many working-age men are completely outside the work force. This pattern is occurring throughout the developed world — and the consequences are not merely economic. Feeling superfluous is a blow to the human spirit. It leads to social isolation and emotional pain, and creates the conditions for negative emotions to take root.

What can we do to help? The first answer is not systematic. It is personal. Everyone has something valuable to share. We should start each day by consciously asking ourselves, “What can I do today to appreciate the gifts that others offer me?” We need to make sure that global brotherhood and oneness with others are not just abstract ideas that we profess, but personal commitments that we mindfully put into practice.

Each of us has the responsibility to make this a habit. But those in positions of responsibility have a special opportunity to expand inclusion and build societies that truly need everyone.

Leaders need to recognize that a compassionate society must create a wealth of opportunities for meaningful work, so that everyone who is capable of contributing can do so. A compassionate society must provide children with education and training that enriches their lives, both with greater ethical understanding and with practical skills that can lead to economic security and inner peace. A compassionate society must protect the vulnerable while ensuring that these policies do not trap people in misery and dependence.

Building such a society is no easy task. No ideology or political party holds all the answers. Misguided thinking from all sides contributes to social exclusion, so overcoming it will take innovative solutions from all sides. Indeed, what unites the two of us in friendship and collaboration is not shared politics or the same religion. It is something simpler: a shared belief in compassion, in human dignity, in the intrinsic usefulness of every person to contribute positively for a better and more meaningful world. The problems we face cut across conventional categories; so must our dialogue, and our friendships.

Many are confused and frightened to see anger and frustration sweeping like wildfire across societies that enjoy historic safety and prosperity. But their refusal to be content with physical and material security actually reveals something beautiful: a universal human hunger to be needed. Let us work together to build a society that feeds this hunger.

Go tell [straights to] go away until they have spent a month walking hand in hand in public with someone of the same sex. After they survive that, then you’ll hear what they have to say about queer anger. Otherwise, tell them to shut up and listen.
—  Queer Nation, “I Hate Straights”

They have moved Me to jealousy with that which is not God they have provoked Me to anger with their vanities. And I will move them to jealousy with those who are not a people I will provoke them to anger with a foolish nation.

These Yet To Be United States
Maya Angelou

These Yet To Be United States” by Maya Angelou

Tremors of your network
cause kings to disappear.
Your open mouth in anger
makes nations bow in fear.

Your bombs can change the seasons,
obliterate the spring.
What more do you long for?
Why are you suffering?

You control the human lives
in Rome and Timbuktu.
Lonely nomads wandering
owe Telstar to you.

Seas shift at your bidding,
your mushrooms fill the sky.
Why are you unhappy?
Why do your children cry?

They kneel alone in terror
with dread in every glance.
Their nights are threatened daily
by a grim inheritance.

You dwell in whitened castles
with deep and poisoned moats
and cannot hear the curses
which fill your children’s throats.


Laura COLLETT - MR BASS - 30e Mondial du Lion by Florent Brique
Via Flickr:
Haras National du Lion d'Angers - Parc départemental de l'Isle-Briand

Mr. Trump is directing our anger for less than noble purposes. He creates scapegoats of Muslims and Mexican immigrants, he calls for the use of torture and for killing the innocent children and family members of terrorists. He cheers assaults on protesters. He applauds the prospect of twisting the Constitution to limit first amendment freedom of the press. This is the very brand of anger that has led other nations into the abyss.

Here’s what I know. Donald Trump is a phony, a fraud. His promises are as worthless as a degree from Trump University. He’s playing the American public for suckers: He gets a free ride to the White House and all we get is a lousy hat.
—  Mitt Romney

If you read and study the Bible you will find out that Satan empowers these empires (governments) throughout history. Our people still fall for this system, voting, marching etc. Instead of pointing fingers at the white man or any other person, study and humble yourself. The most High sent the enemy to scatter and rule over the Israelites (native Americans, Blacks, Hispanics) because WE weren’t following the laws and commandments and began to worship other gods. You can’t blame anyone else, you have to correct yourself from within.

Deuteronomy 32:21
“They have moved me to jealousy with that which is not God; they have provoked me to anger with their vanities: and I will move them to jealousy with those which are not a people; I will provoke them to anger with a foolish nation.”

Do we not live in a world where a foolish nation is over us? Read your bible, it explains it all. Voting into a system isn’t going to change your oppression, Satan is deceiving you. The truth will really set you free once you know who you are according to the Bible. You can identify your enemy, and know that Christ will save us from our enemy, we don’t need to fight. Prepare for the kingdom to come.

Ephesians 6:12
“For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.”

Isaiah 30:12
“Wherefore thus saith the Holy One of Israel, Because ye despise this word, and trust in oppression and perverseness, and stay thereon:”

Fight Like a Galra

Anger turns to fear– fear fuels the anger.

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We are all implicated when we allow other people to be mistreated. An absence of compassion can corrupt the decency of a community, a state, a nation. Fear and anger can make us vindictive and abusive, unjust and unfair, until we all suffer from the absence of mercy and we condemn ourselves as much as we victimize others… I believe it’s necessary to recognize that we all need mercy, we all need justice, and-perhaps-we all need some measure of unmerited grace.
—  Bryan Stevenson, Just Mercy

Jessica Williams photographed by Jill Greenberg for Bust (Feb. 2016)

If those men were women, and especially women of color, who lived in a society that every single day, whether subtly or overtly, reminded them that the world is not made for them, then they would be upset, too. There’s this idea of the ‘Angry Black Woman,’ and I’ve been thinking about it a lot lately, because I often feel like I’m put in that category. A lot of women of color are put in that category, when I think our anger is justified. I actually think that female anger isn’t that different from male anger. Boxing and football are like, national fucking pastimes. And yet, when a woman expresses that she is unhappy with the way in which our society exists, that’s a big fucking problem. That’s crazy to me.


Donald Trump Publicly Insults Ambassador From Lilliput

The Lilliputian ambassador to the United Nations left a meeting today in anger after Donald Trump, who was supposed to be present only as a spectator, suggested her nation was “a small nation of small people.” When the ambassador confronted Trump about his remarks, Trump didn’t take back his words but doubled down by continuing, “I don’t just mean you’re tiny, I mean you’re small people. Incomplete people. Short minded, short tempered people.”

He went on to say the ambassador’s outraged departure proved his point. President Obama has already apologized on behalf of the nation for the treatment of Glumdalclitch Munodi while she was staying in New York, and has extended her envoy an invitation to the White House. Still insulted, the ambassador declined and stated she would not return to the country until Trump, who she referred to as a “hairless yahoo” was executed. Obama stated that while he would love to comply, U.S. law prohibited the act.

Other republicans in the running for 2016′s presidential race have condemned Trump’s insults, reaffirming the need to remove him from the race. Trump is not to be daunted however, and has already departed on his visit to Brobdingnag where he will speak on immigration.


Donald Trump has been crushed to death. Details to follow.