Advocate wars: reflection

DISCLAIMER: This article is, in no way, discussing any individual parties. It is purely an observational article. The opinions of this article may not reflect that of the entire WoC team.

In recent times, we have all beared witness to what has to be described as the worst “advocate” war in recent history. Anon vs. anon, entire organizations halted, people being slandered beyond repair. All of this for what purpose? In what way has this “war” helped anybody?

The first thing we must understand is the core of this war. This war can be broken down into two teams. On one side, we have a team that “exposes” members of the other team. However, we have members of the other team doing the same. Because of this, a fuel is constantly being thrown into the already burning fire.

So if this war is constantly going on, if people are constantly envoking fear, slander and threats to one another, who is protecting the overall cause? Simple answer: nobody. How can anybody be for protecting children if they cannot even unite? Looking into the fire, one can easily tell that CPS and the corrupt system is more united than those allegedly fighting it.

While advocates, organizations, and anons alike, wage war on one another, the system gains momentum, human trafficking goes unnoticed, CPS abducts kids…the atrocities go on and on. Worst part is, those fighting these crimes are to focused on pettyness.

The overall war may as well be described like this: a group of kids want to play on the merry-go-round. However, everybody wants the orange colored seat. What happens? There is nobody to push it, all the weight is on one side, it becomes off balance.

Everybody has a place, a role. Everybody has a responsibility to that place and role. So far, it seems like everybody is concerned with what the other person is doing. Stop, who cares? Worry about your fight against the real corruption. Worry about victim children. Stop making victims, stop the petty name calling, and just do you.

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