posted on Feb, 2 2017 @ 05:38 PM
People who embrace my ideological beliefs have done some terrible things, and as I share those beliefs, I too am held culpable.
When people who share my ideological beliefs commit violent acts, it is a stain on me and I should really rethink why I think the way I do.
When horrible things are said by people who share my ideological beliefs, it is a reflection on me.
When rights are infringed upon, when rights are denied by those who share my ideological beliefs, I share the blame, the shame and disgrace.
I have to own it. I have to reflect on what I actually believe. If others believe the same as myself do such horrible things to persons and
property, it is a reflection on me.
Maybe, just perhaps, my beliefs are wrong. Maybe I am wrong. I have to admit that if I despise what people are doing and they share the same
beliefs, then really, I have to loathe what I have become.
I'm a monster created not in a lab by some evil genius, but by misguided attempts at doing what I felt. Not really what I thought.
Maybe if I think more and act on the rational aspects of society and life instead of letting my feelings and emotions drive my impulses and beliefs,
then I won't be the monster that I have obviously become.
It is shameful, what I have become. And I am sorry. I must own what my ideology has done, what my ideology has harmed, what my ideology has
I can only attempt to improve, think about my actions and those who share my ideology.