Some people and other people
I have a right to stand for what I believe. So when someone told me that there are some reason why it’s not important to put a concern about what’s happening this lately, I can’t think a lot enough.
I know behind all things happened, some people and organization have the responsibility for it. I know some people doesn’t likes some other people. I know some people are occupying some lands for their needs. I know the world is ruined.
But one things can’t understand is, when the media keep the lies, then should we shut up and watch and yess-ing every things they said. The media have a big rule on making people’s point of view. And now, I realize how we need to do something before the media take control of people’s mind. Admit it, the media are owned and having background of un-objective points of view.
It is my rule, people’s rule. People who know the truth should tell others people about what happened, so we won’t be idiots and keep doing what “some-people” needs. Before it’s too late, and damaging the “other people’s” life and rights.
When you didn’t care, then closing your eyes and ears about what’s happening around you, isn’t it means that you’re denying your conscience?
My grandmother passed away today. I would really appreciate if everyone could make duaa for her.
Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji’un
Revolution is not:
A marketing slogan
A shift in consciousness
Automatic or inevitable
Smothering the enemy with love
Trading one dictator for another
Voting with our dollars
Electing a less obvious evil
A change in attitude
A t-shirt slogan
Occupying a park
A symbolic act
The expansion of bourgeois democracy
Escaping the system
A single heroic act
A restructuring of the system
A series of protests
The easing of misery
Being the change we wish to see
The ruling class cannot be taken out of power by refusing to participate, or starving it through better consumer choices. Capitalism cannot be boycotted out of existence. It cannot be walked away from. It cannot be defeated by any individual act. It is the conscious overthrow of one class by another.
-Stephanie McMillan (via amodernmanifesto)