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Easter Poem

It is the second weekend I ve been to this same place 

at Gustaf Adolfs torg on the exact spot and space

to honor two brave late heroes  

Both young men that brought so much hope

with promising future but heavy burdens to cope

Their lives suddenly interrupted despite determined goals 

Both truth seekers with minds wide awoke

For freedom they fought by any necessary means

a message conveyed due to the truth they seeked

Two passionate humans with 100% humanist hearts

that beated for fellow humans and our continuing tasks 

Genuinely caring for their friends and family

as well as for the people in their beloved country.

As a nationalist, I relate to the message they unveiled. 

After all they cared not only for the countries they lived in 

but also for the nations of their origin. 

And that is what brought me here. 

To show gratitudes and drop a tear

saddened by their loss in a world ruled by missinformation and fear

A world desperately needing their level of commitments

but grateful am I yet for all their accomplishments. 

I light a candle for their precious souls 

Maybe they see from above and shine a hopeful glow

to re-light our courage to be inspired and grow

I hope they see that we do appreciate 

The sacrifice and grind they made

With their truth chasing lives they informed of so much

showed us the frenemy that lives within, without and among us. 

Fear, jealousy, hatered, fakeness and greed. 

All of these emotions are tools of the enemy

and they live and hide in you and in me 

See the more aware we are of our true loving nature  

the more we are bound to treat each others better 

the more we are aware of our hidden sides 

the more we maintain our power and rights

He will tempt, control, steer, use and divide 

But the more truthful we are to our selves and decide

the less he can influence our own lives

If we consciously choose to be tools of peace 

the more trickier he will be at using make beliefs. 

He loves to lead by lies and illusions 

And hates to face reality and your own conclusions

We know of this and forgive to move on 

like Jesus have showed us once in time upon

With his life, at Easter and the cross he was hanged on

They say our lord Christ left earth at the age of 33 

just like our Swedish-Palestinian hero Bechir 

and like the great Eritrean-American star Ermias Nipsey hussle 

One of them an outspoken muslim defamed and segregated 

the other a christian black success so had to be murderd

One of them a crucified jew by his own folks and decedents 

For teaching wisdom to the next generations 

about how to find eternal freedom and salvation  

Children of immigrants chased out of their nation. 

Like many of us in this new next generation. 

Thats why they represent many more than me. 

Both addressing structural deceits

Systemic injustice of the ruling regimes

by the super powers and big global elites 

Patriots with respect for ancient traditions 

despite western upbringing and their modern situation

In-between two cultures stil they kind of fit in 

But without their roots, never really to deep within. 

No lack of roots was seen yet in their grand spiritual being 

that deeply connected with the true universal meaning 

they lived their lives with purpose and a clear missions

Didn’t waist no time on fake political correct bullshitting 

The only difference between the two 

is that one of them lived in Sweden too 

He voiced the betrayal faced by many native Swedish white victims 

targeted by their own kind for old past white mans sin  

While Nipsey for his community hussled 

He also kept changing behaviors and struggled 

to have his people safe in the city they all lived in 

that he himself was once born within. 

His success repaired so much more than the image of artistry

He is an example of how our people are now meant to be 

Both doing what is ideal and of good report 

with the aim to care for human souls 

They cared less of anyones ethnical histories 

only about the people and the peace they were making

Their brotherhood built with trust remedied so many lives

to whom they until the end served and tended

With love and respect until their own time ended

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Yes to humanism! But what actually is feminism?

Yes to humanism! But what actually is feminism?

Feminism is all about women’s rights isn’t it? And although we have come a long way in the development process for equality between the sexes, one doesn’t have to be a genius to figure out that only a minmal few carefully chosen women are put in privileged positions today while the rest live under constant pressure or are totally ignored. So is feminism about liberating all women or only the very few chosen ones?  Humanism on the other hand is comprehensible and easier to understand. You either have empathy or you don’t. You are either a humanist or you are not and your actions will quickly reveal you of your claim to be one or not (although we are are all in different developmental stage off course). But the important aspect of humanism in contrast to feminism is that it is about “doing” the right thing that most of us instinctively feel deep in our core to “do”. Another definition of humanism is the realisation of the fact that all humans no matter what race, sex, lifestyle or religion are equally worth at the bottom. Well at least that is the ideal that we as society hope to achieve and yes in my opinion we  still have a whole lot more to learn and apply to our lives to obtain this. But the concept of humanism is still much clearer to use as a common goal for all. When I compare these two ideas/philosophies I still find that humanism is a much more helpful tool to use as a compass in actually attaining the ultimate equality between the sexes which feminism cant seem to bring.  The history of humanism is more established and genuinely rooted deeply in our societies as well as supported by law constitutions almost all over the world even when injustices still happen  

As a mother to a boy and a girl myself I try to constantly be aware that I give both my kids a fair chance and encouragement to realize their purpose and goals in life until they can do that for themselves. It is never to early to start engaging or helping them figure out what and how they want to spend their lives here on earth. I do know it is relatively easy not to worry so much and relax a tad bit about their life plans when they are so young. But the sooner you bring routines, order and discipline in the household the less conflicts and drama is my experience. This is probably more or less ( and maybe better or worse) like how almost all modern families carry on their lives as families I assume?

Back to my question about feminism. How does feminism as a movement serve equality to humans here today and in our families? A predictable answer is that it helps the female in a family household to find strength and be empowered by being inspired of other strong females or role models right? And since women have been and still are repressed by the patriarchal structural power, feminism undoubtedly is still serving as an ”anti patriarchal structure”. Metaphorically speaking this resembles much like initiating  a war between the sexes really. The idea is of feminism is a good intension initiated from some very courageous women in different eras of history, by which our world is greatly improved today. As a woman who battled and still battles for my own freedom from previous controlling relationships, societies expectation of me ans, I too feel the need to question my self of my role in this world as a female as well. Which I believe is the starting point for most of the feminists in history too before they geared up to battle in big or small ways and deal with their own privat matters that turned out to be an official issue in regards to equality for all women.

These women in history simply bumped into hinderances in their private lives which demanded their courage hence dealt with the issues that they shared in common with other females perhaps without knowing they were changing the games in the system. Together or individually they managed to push boundaries and limitations. To call them feminists now in my opinion is to limit and reduce these heroines down to what have become some sort of a fancy label that ”feminism” is today. ”Heroines” sounds more relevant and appropriate, at least it doesn’t put them in a box. A box that one can kidnap or buy into for seeming to appear as politically correct. This behavior is very apparent in most political campaigns and structural systems that rather talk the talk of feminism but don’t deliver any significant changes or progressive results.

Other confusing contribution to this box called feminism is off course men who call themselves feminists which really is another heading to be discussed separately in another article that I most probably will write about here soon. But I just want to point out here the ambiguous and blurred picture that feminist men add to blur the movement even further.  I understand and like many welcome the role of supporting males to the struggle women face but to call oneself a feminist as a man sounds confusing and sends warning signals to the defense department of my awareness. And the signal is repetitiv but mildly alarming me to be careful with a chap like this.  What I am trying to illustrate in words is really the difference between what the female heroines of the past did and sacrificed versus what we modern women/people are not doing. Instead of actually contributing to the movement (box) by helping in small or big ways many often just stripp the movement off its glory for own agendas and profits in order to appear as though they are

This is unfortunately what I am observing about feminism today. The thirsty need to own, associate or milk out whatever possible of the label called feminism. Few wants to give for it, to struggle for it but all want to get the glory from it. This is so apparent in our modern society both among individuals and political systems of today. It has become a hot trend that you show at social gatherings and events.  A desperate attempt to appear as more feminist than any other political party, company or individual is considered status issue.

In many political systems its gone so far that maintaining the illusion of equality by choosing a few obedient women will even discriminate men as well as other races with more merits. These chosen few womens appearance as ”role models” or ”proof” of maintaining equality in the system is a bait for younger girls to do anything for the men still in power. Contrary to the original idea of the feminism movement, now the movement kidnapped/bought of by some fake feminist patriarchal power is yet controlling women but in slyer ways using the most desperat ones

This is done mostly through manipulation or corrupted individuals coming bout to agreement in the name of ?…… yes feminism!. So instead of achieving, earning and owning their own glory women now not only serve as puppets but also mislead an entire young generation of women. to waist their lives appeasing men and being robbed of their free will and own power. Completely contradicting the values of feminism yet running under the shiny label of feminism it self. These acts of traitor-ship and double-morally conning one self by conning the masses are not only ruining the movement itself but also overlooking other competent and potential women who most likely would be better leaders for future generations. How is that equality?

An obvious example of this can be perceived in the coming US presidential vote with Hilary Clinton. Needles to say that I much prefer Clinton against Trump, but I can’t help to wonder how many other competent female leader have been ignored in favor of one woman that the system managed to present to the voters? But even more importantly this coning behaviour in politics and in general population reflects how far behind the work of equality actually is in reality and everyday life, as a pose to the classic feminism rhetorics we all hear.  This is considered to liberate women today?