A recent video has went viral of a Caucasian male yelling slurs intended to offend one who he allegedly says is the aggressor. After the 6 minute video of the account was posted online it got the attention of many, and the aggressors request he made in the video was granted to him. He was met with a slew of people who came to defend the one on the receiving end of his aggression.


With situations such as the one we see unfold happening everyday, we can clearly see where the problem lies, but what is the solution to this madness.


America has been known for what is modernly known as racism and has had segregation laws in place. Many would say this is why this energy is around and will remain around.

America is not the first civilization that has implemented this way of living by separating their natives (citizens) from others that are not of them.

And they set on for him by himself, and for them by themselves, and for the Egyptians, which did eat with him, by themselves: because the Egyptians might not eat bread with the Hebrews; for that [is] an abomination unto the Egyptians.

Genesis 43:32 (KJV)

EGYPT: THE SEGREGATION OF THE HEBREWS

Yes. In the ancient civilization of Egypt, it was frowned upon, even seen as an abomination for an Egyptian (native of Egypt) to eat with Hebrews. This is similar to what we see now, but is segregating a bad thing when it is preventing two separate cultures from clashing?

Is segregating a bad thing when it is preventing two separate cultures from clashing?

With the Hebrews in Ancient Egypt being segregated away from the rest of the Egyptians, it was able to be proven which one of those cultures preserved life the best.

When Egypt and the Egyptians were on the receiving end of plagues, the Hebrews (also known as Israelites) were safe and didn’t receive any of the plagues that Egypt received while dwelling in the midst of Egypt. That’s a miracle right! We should consider the ways and lifestyles of the Hebrews and Egyptians to get an understanding on why one received the plagues and the others didn’t.

When we get an understanding that light can not dwell with darkness we will then have a different perspective on segregation.

ALL ESTEEM TO YAHUAH