The Bright Colors Of Anarchy

Portland, OR

In memory of those whose lives were needlessly lost, by the very hands of the ‘just’ who make provisions for violence as a valid means to be heard.

Woe to those who call evil good, and good evil;

For rebellion is as the sin of witchcraft,
And stubbornness is as iniquity and idolatry.

1 Samuel 15:23a

They leave their colorful marks of chaos in the streets.

Who put darkness for light, and light for darkness;

“Protect your future”

These colors sure look bright and lovely! To ‘protect our future’, we must capitulate to anarchy! No justice! No peace!

They fiercely declare

We come in all race and creed

We are all humans indeed

On violence and intimidation we feed

To proudly display our ‘righteous’ deed

Who put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!

Isaiah 5:20


Video uploaded by Yakf15h on 2/28/21

6 thoughts on “The Bright Colors Of Anarchy

    1. The sad thing is the constant closure of businesses. The lawless ones had to make their point and drag even those who had nothing to do with their perceived oppression. For some twisted reason, they believe their protests will make things better.

      They pretend to love, but the fruit of it is chaos and destruction.

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    2. ” For some twisted reason, they believe their protests will make things better.”

      I don’t think that they are doing it to make things better. For example, the Bible says that a good tree can only produce good fruit and a bad tree can only produce bad fruits. In the same way, those protesters are destroying their cities demonstrating that their deeds and intent are evil because of their hearts. They are bad trees.

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