"OK" Official Music Video

This world is not OK. We are in need of the divine Savior. The lyrics and images in this powerful song reveal to us how low our world has gotten. Thankfully, God has a solution to the suffering that takes place in this world.

"He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it." Martin Luther King Jr.

Disclaimer: Some of the pictures in this video are real life events and can be graphic scenes of the Simchat Torah Oct 7 massacre by Hamas terrorists against innocent Israeli citizens. Viewer discretion is advised.

On October 10th, 2023, the Mayor of New York City, Eric Adams, made a powerful speech, decrying the celebrations of Hamas massacres across New York City. His words of conscience “We Are Not Alright” begins my new song and music video “OK,” which addresses the barbaric Hamas October 7 attacks in Israel, and the global fallout that resulted.

Such is the theme of this song. 

In short, “We Are Not OK.”

We Are Not OK as a nation when certain members of Congress refuse to condemn terrorists who kidnap and decapitate babies. 

We Are Not OK as a world when the United Nations General Assembly rejects a motion to condemn Hamas and U.N. General Secretary Antonio Guterres seeks to “contextualize” the terrorism and atrocities of October 7th. 

We Are Not OK when legacy women’s rights groups and global organizations supposedly devoted to women’s human rights have little to no comment after grandmothers, women, and young girls are raped, tortured, and murdered. 

We Are Not OK when concertgoers celebrating in the desert are raped, massacred, and kidnapped at a festival for peace – and the majority response from music industry executives, artists, and Hollywood are lawyered statements loaded with cowardly apathy.

We Are Not OK when our flagship universities become harbors for gross antisemitism and radicalization, headed  by presidents, boards, and faculty steeped in moral and intellectual corruption, who lack the spine to simply declare right from wrong. 

We Are Not OK when leading media platforms seem more focused on creating narratives of moral equivalency between the actions of  Israeli Defense Forces and Hamas, rather than denouncing the barbarity and terrorism on Oct 7th and ignoring Palestinian innocents being used as human shields in hospitals and schools, built over terrorist tunnels, funded by international aid. 

And on and on… 

Clearly, the causes of the moral rot on our campuses, in our culture, and institutions have been growing and metastasizing for decades. An inability to clearly call out the horrors of Hamas’ terrorist atrocities is not the root of the problem; it is the symptom of a deeper decay.

We can look away no longer. Evil is on the march and wears many faces. Afghanistan’s Taliban, Putin’s Russia, Iran’s Khamenei, his Palestinian “champions” in Hamas and Hezbollah, are all part of the same ominous movement. Xi Jinping’s commitment to “reunify” Taiwan likely the next domino to fall. 

Thankfully, as happens in the darkest of times, there are heroes in our midst. Some are in this video, several have names that we know, others will never be known. 

Like my recent songs “Blood on My Hands”, which was critical of the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, and “Can One Man Save the World,” which we recorded in Kyiv in support of Ukraine, in my mind “OK” is not a political message, but a moral one. A call to action. 

The final image of the “OK” music video is Martin Luther King and his historic call to every man and woman on this earth: “He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it.”

This is a time for choosing. 

We Are Not OK

(Views in this article and other articles on Shalom Adventure do not necessarily reflect the views of Shalom Adventure Magazine, any of its staff and volunteers, donors, or sister organizations.)

Related Articles

More From Listen to This

Coming Home

Coming Home

Coming Home by Yedida Freilich Sung by Tamir Grinberg and Shiri Maimon For the Israelis…
Coming Home
You're so Vain - A Modern Parody

You're So Vain - A Modern Parody

Carly Simon’s song You’re so Vain could be about almost anyone. However, this parody might be…
You're So Vain - A Modern Parody

Kedusha

Kedusha sung by Rachel Hyman
Kedusha

Isaiah 1:18

A promise from God for the forgiveness of our sins.
Isaiah 1:18
Psalm 51 set to music

Steve Rees Psalm 51

Did you ever wonder what the psalms would sound like since they were originally written as…
Steve Rees Psalm 51

Sh'ma

Sh'ma. Jonathan Settel
Sh'ma

1 John 4:8

Watch a peaceful movie as you think about God's love for you.
1 John 4:8

Shiru ladoshem

Dany Bober - Shiru ladoshem shir hadashfrom the album "Shalom Alehem"
Shiru ladoshem

Publish the Menu module to "offcanvas" position. Here you can publish other modules as well.
Learn More.


donation