Forgiveness Fosters Abuse
Last year, we made two videos about the Opioid Crisis. These videos showed the difference in treatment between two different racial groups who were both dealing with drug addiction in America. One group was targeted as a “war” on drugs and as a result, the addicts received no treatment for their addictions. They were incarcerated for years with no aid or mercy from the American public. This resulted in broken homes, overcrowded prisons, and a huge foster care system where their children where moved from home to home. The other group that is now suffering is getting treatment and assistance instead of imprisonment. The difference in treatment is obviously race related, especially if you look at the history of race in this country.
A viewer who watched the video made a comment saying, “an eye for an eye leaves everyone blind,” eluding to the fact that the mistreated group should let go of past hurts and forgive their oppressors.
Forgiveness is a trap that negates natural law. Animals who are attacked by other animals will naturally attack back in a form of self-defense. Historically, the oppressed in societies are oppressed because of their loving nature and forgiveness for crimes that have been committed against them. If you are in an abusive relationship, loving and forgiving your abuser will only bring more abuse to the victim.
In order to stop the abusive treatment, the abuser must pay a penalty for the acts that he/she has done, thus the scripture states "an eye for an eye." This is how humanity learns and evolves. Turning a blind eye to injustice won’t make it go away, it will only increase it. Every year, we celebrate the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Children are taught how he changed the world through non-violence. This is not true, he was ineffective until he was brutally murdered. After he was killed for his non-violent acts, this finally broke the spell of ignorant forgiveness and peace that the indigenous population had been programmed to believe in.
Watching this peaceful protester who was a devoted Christian be murdered for speaking against injustice was the straw that broke the camel's back. After his death, the Negro population opened a can of whip ass on their oppressors that struck fear into the hearts of a hateful group who had oppressed them for generations. "Enough was enough" rang through the hearts and minds of Dr. King’s people, and then REAL change came to America. Laws that had been needed for decades magically appeared, resulting in civil rights of ALL people.
Living your life on your knees isn’t living...., hell it's hardly surviving. This is why your bible told you that it is better to enjoy heaven (peace) lame than to enter hell whole. Don’t fall for the forgiveness trap and allow your enemies to trick you into assuming their debts and bearing their sins. Each man will answer for their own sins in this lifetime or the next.
Eventually, everyone pays!