Discussion in 'Prayer requests' started by DesertStar7, Aug 25, 2020.
Business owners are taking it on themselves to protect their property from riots and looting.
They don't have many options since the police have decided not to arrest over property crimes. Hopefully the owners won't be put to the test and can ward off the looters and rioters without violence. I hope they have good insurance but most policies don't cover these sorts of things. Small businesses are really taking the brunt of all this madness and they are the most vulnerable.
On Monday night, rioters in Kenosha, Wisconsin spread their civil unrest from primarily urban and commercial centers, to residential areas.
And the residents in those areas were having none of it.
Shortly after midnight, a group of demonstrators got in their cars and traveled to a residential neighborhood where they parked in a grassy area across from a row of houses. As they began exiting their vehicles, a homeowner emerged from his house and began firing warning shots at the rioters.
Those looters and demonstrators are so selfish.
All they care about is themselves and their perception of what they are entitled to. They are all in the same boat as those they are attacking. If they think Americans have taken the land from the original people who lived there, then what the hell are the looters and demonstrators doing in America.
It is all based on a load of baloney. The only solution is for them to repent and seek to do the Will of God on their journey through life, if they don't want to end up in the pit of hell. They are already trying to create hell on earth, so who's will do they think they are doing. Certainly not God's will. Wake up before it is too late. We are all on this planet to learn to know, love and serve God in this life and enjoy eternity with Him in Heaven. The only other outcome is hell for all eternity.
People will take matters into their own hands when their property, and lives are threatened. The violence, and destruction, along with this 'reparation' attitude is wearing pretty thin.
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