I recently watched a video that made me feel anger, outrage, and grievance at the same time. I felt so much anger that I could not continue watching it.
The disgusting video is titled “That’s your future, baby,” and shows a group of black activists humiliating a white woman who was kneeling and kissing their boots, while those present happily applauded.
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Earlier, the same day, I had already seen a photo showing three white men, suspected ANTIFA members, kneeling, and desecrating our national flag (see above).
This picture had already disturbed me, as did the scenes of Nancy Pelosi and her henchmen kneeling in the National Capitol paying tribute to the criminal of the black race who died recently because of police mistreatment.
It is striking that the obese Jerrold Nadler could not kneel because of his corpulence and that senile Nancy Pelosi had difficulty getting back on her feet, needing the help of one of her aids. She said she couldn't get up on her own because of the high heels she was wearing, but we all know that if it wasn't because her old legs failed her it was because she was drunk.
Seeing so many people on their knees in a single day, and for reprehensible reasons, made me think about the meaning of this particular posture.
The first to draw attention by kneeling was Tim Tebow, who was the quarterback for the University of Florida football team, better known as the GATORS, from 2007 to 2009.
As the son of Christian missionaries, he professes a great faith and that is why he used to kneel on the playing field before going out to play, to commend himself to God, and after scoring a touchdown to thank The Creator for his goodness to him.
Then, in 2016, the San Francisco 49ers team quarterback, Colin Kaepernick, remained seated during the National Anthem. This did not go unnoticed by reporters who interpreted it as a sign of racial protest by the mestizo player. This was enough for Kaepernick, who took a knee on the very next game. The rest is history.
A few days ago, a policeman from the city of Minneapolis also made history by kneeling, but this time on the neck of a black man, causing him to die. This scene was captured on camera and broadcast nationally, triggering peaceful demonstrations and violent riots that have put our nation on the edge.
Thus we come to the present, where Democrats fall to their knees to win the votes of black voters, imploring them not to desert their slave yoke. But fortunately, a growing number of black people have realized the Left's deception and won’t bite their bait this time.
People get down on our knees as a sign of respect or veneration, but also do it as punishment or penitence. However, I agree with Pope Benedict XVI, who said that kneeling is a way of recognizing our limits and manifesting our need for God. That is why I believe that no one should kneel before another person, for whatever reason, creed or race. We should only kneel before God, to whom we owe respect, obedience, and honor.