Whether people want to admit it or not, there is a war going on in the United States. The fat that the spark for this was the result of white p0olice officers killing unarmed Black men, might lead some to believe that it is a war of Blacks versus Whites. That could not be farther from the truth, however, the war in the happening in the United States right and might turn into an all-out civil war, is actually one of Good versus Evil.
On one side of the war, the good side, you have the Black Lives Matter protesters who understand that all men are created equally and justice should be for all people, not just white people. On the other side of the war, the evil side, you have all the anti-Black Lives Matter people who believe strongly in white supremacy and hate the fact that America is experiencing a major change in demographics where Whites will no longer be the majority.
Just as there are many whites who are on the side of Black Lives Matter, there are also many Blacks who are anti Black Lives Matter. We saw evidence earlier this week when two white men were killed as they protest against the police shooting an unarmed Black men seven times in the back.
Police arrested and charged 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse with murder of the two men.
The two victims were Anthony Huber and Joseph Rosenbaum.
Huber, 26, was from the Silver Lake community in Kenosha County, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported. An avid skateboarder, Huber was “really sweet” and “really friendly,” friends told 18 Karat Reggae.
“He was one of the most amazing people,” Huber’s girlfriend, Hannah Gittings, said at a gathering Wednesday night near the location where he was killed. “He took down an armed gunman with nothing but his fucking skateboard and he took that fucking bullet.”
Rosenbaum, a 36-year-old father, lived in Kenosha, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported. Rosenbaum originally came from Texas and is survived by his fiancée and 2-year-old daughter.
Rosenbaum, known by friends and family as “Jojo,” was a jokester and “loved his daughter very much,” his sister said.