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Gene Ralno
Gene Ralno
7 months ago

Regarding “BLM Approval Hits Rock Bottom,” it’s plain to see the members are thugs, rioters, looters and arsonists and many are criminals. As I read history, slavery was a common practice across our planet during most of the new world’s first two centuries (1607-1775). Further, slavery had been a common practice for all of recorded history, at least 5,000 years.  

America struggled for its next two and a half centuries on the principle that color doesn’t matter. Its first formal act was to declare all men to have been created equal. It codified the U.S. Constitution and a Bill of Rights for all people in the colonies. It fought against its royal tormentors for 40 years (1775-1815) and won its independence.

Forty years later slavery was a central cause for the Civil War that lasted five years and again proved that for guaranteed freedom, color doesn’t matter. This effort cost the lives of 618,222 men 360,222 of whom endorsed the principle that color doesn’t matter.

A century later, the principle that color doesn’t matter was again codified with the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Today, we should be celebrating the progress instead of ripping at accepted principles like mad dogs.

We must look past your own have-not situation and give credit for the fact that almost all of us are universally dedicated to the principle that color doesn’t matter. We cannot allow the likes of Rev. Sharpton, George Floyd, Travis McMichael, Gregory McMichael and William Bryan to belittle America’s great progress.