Why is there Unity Against? Hard to have Unity For and With! When the three met there was an explosion. That has the world as we have it today, and see it today. A good movie or story has to have an antagonist. A rival an enemy someone to fight and be against. Movies and books that show love do well. Movies that have gun play, sword play, knife scenes, metal (iron) and gun powder involved are very popular. They all are everything. We all and the world. Now has and have become. Opposing forces, warring forces, conflict, hostility are all against (US BLACK WHICH IS ) Love. You want Unity? Then stop opposing anything that is positive and working to change things to be positive. One alone, has to start and be conscience everyday until it becomes second nature and natural again. Grow towards Love for life, Love for God, Love for one another, and Love of self. It Started and was Defined in Black. We are the Only Humans on this Earth that can Bring it Back! Opposing - characterized by active hostility; "opponent (or opposing) armies" Hostile - characterized by enmity or ill will; "a hostile nation"; "a hostile remark"; "hostile actions" CONFLICTING, different, opposed, contrasting, opposite, differing, contrary, contradictory, incompatible, irreconcilable RIVAL, warring, conflicting, clashing, competing, enemy, opposite, hostile, combatant, antagonistic, antipathetic Against One Another Against Abortion Against Gun Control Against School Uniform Against Death Penalty Against Animal Testing Against Cloning Against Capital Punishment op•pos er n. Synonyms: oppose, fight, combat, resist, withstand, contest These verbs mean to set someone or something in opposition to another: Oppose has the widest application: opposed the building of a nuclear power plant. "The idea is inconsistent with our constitutional theory and has been stubbornly opposed ... since the early days of the Republic" (E.B. White). Fight and combat suggest vigor and aggressiveness: "All my life I have fought against prejudice and intolerance" (Harry S. Truman). "We are not afraid ... to tolerate any error so long as reason is left free to combat it" (Thomas Jefferson). To resist is to strive to fend off or offset the actions, effects, or force of: "Pardon was freely extended to all who had resisted the invasion" (John R. Green). Withstand often implies successful resistance: "Neither the southern provinces, nor Sicily, could have withstood his power" (Henry Hallam). To contest is to call something into question and take an active stand against it: contested her neighbor's claims to her property in court. =============== LOVE...Started and was Defined in Black. We are the Only Humans on this Earth that can Bring it Back! CLASS DISMISSED!