It is agonizing to admit that I have not seen our country in such a bad shape in my whole life and the worse is yet to come. It feels like the COVID outbreak was stage one and now we live in the second stage.
I look at our justice system and see proposals of indefinite detention, biometric surveillance, and extreme political interference in civil movements and liberties.
I look at our medical system and scientific research and see a heavy political presence and interference. The level of corruption caused by the Medical Industrial Complex resulted in life losses without any accountability.
In recent days, our politicians are tirelessly trying to use the current protests as another card in their political game. The public eruption in response to police brutality provides a perfect opportunity for politicians in the election year, to score more points and grow their base. Those opportunists had every chance to address and fix this atrocious reality in our justice system but chose not to and looked the other way. Most of our politicians spent years in their positions and failed to address a tragic issue that has not stopped claiming innocent lives for decades. Leaders suppose to lead the efforts in fixing our problems and not wait for the public uproar to get louder, to pretend to be serving them.
I have addressed the brutality of our law endorsement several times in the past and I am going here to reassert several points:
I would like to emphasize on the need for unity in the current situation. The gap between the ideological left and right is being widened by the two-party system which views this divisiveness as an opportunity to strengthen their grip on power.