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“And all the king’s servants who were in the king’s gate would kneel and prostrate themselves before Haman . . . but Mordecai would neither kneel nor prostrate himself.” (Esther 3:2)
Lately we have seen more and more people getting down on one knee (or two) seeking forgiveness of the mob and some kiss the boots or wash the feet of its representatives. There are plenty of photos and videos you can access on this subject.
The mayor of Los Angeles has gotten into the act.
Amazon is on board.
And the NFL is doing a mea culpa:
“We, the National Football League, believe that black lives matter.”
I could put up dozens of photos and video clips of police kneeling. It makes me physically ill to look at them, however, and I won’t subject you to them here.
If Democrats and BLM rise to power and take control of our cities, schools, and corporations, it will soon be mandatory to kneel and kiss boots on demand, or maybe doing so will become a voluntary gesture of respect for our tyrannical leaders.Published in