Martin Luther King, Jr.

Civil Rights Leaders:


Martin Luther King.

The non-violent Negro is seeking to create the beloved community. He directs his attack on the forces of evil rather than on individuals. The tensions are not between the races, but between the forces of justice and injustice; between the forces of light and darkness.

(Sermon delivered 1957)


- Rev.Al Sharpton (do they get that title out of a Cracker Jack box?)

-Louis Farrakhan

And who can forget good ole Hussein Obama’s ahem..”former” pastor: Rev.Jeremiah Wright

While Dr. King preached unity and brotherhood, they sermonize paranoia and a noxious hatred of other minorities. (aka “whitey”)anger6.gif

Which brings us to another bozo of mention:
-Elijah Muham-MAD

Elijah Muhammad taught was widely viewed as a black separatist doctrine. He taught that blacks were the original people on the Earth and had been tricked out of their power, conquered and oppressed by the Caucasian people via a global system of white supremacy.blackwoman.gif

He further taught that the white race was produced through a series of genetic breeding experiments conducted by a Dr. Ya-kub, which yielded the lighter species of human beings.boy-no-listen.gif

Mu-ham-mad preached that All-ah would cause a holocaust to happen wherein White America would be destroyed, and faithful followers of Is-lam in America would be ushered to safe areas, later to emerge as conquerors and settlers of a new world.

Along comes Hussein Obama.
Being canonized for political sainthood by the mainstream media.

And the masses are tripping all over themselves honoring this sleazy Chicago politician who has not only associated with this riff raff but aligns himself with them politically, and spiritually.
Remember Hussein Obama’s Pale-stinian Buddy RASH-id Kh-alidi ..who um..supports Muzlims killing Jews in Israel? (Whatever happened to that missing tape huh?)

Martin Luther King lived in “da hood” till the day he died.
Self proclaimed Rev. Wright lives in some exclusive lily white suburb with the oodles of money his racist fleeced flock continue to bestow upon him.

Martin Luther King believed that a man should be judged by the content of his character and not the color of his skin.
Wright believed the exact opposite of
Apparently for decades Hussein O and his wifey poo had no problem with that.

Martin Luther King preached that the “Promised Land is equality”.
Rev. Wright shouted and shrieked that his idea of the “promised land” is revenge on whitey, on Jews and on America.
Apparently for decades Hussein O and his wifey poo had no problem with that.

Martin Luther King was an educated, eloquent man.
Rev.(Can’t do anything) Wright is an ebonics speaking, hateful clown.clown3.gif
Apparently for decades Hussein O and his wifey poo had no problem with that either.

Obama could have ditched that racist, anti semitic, so called pastor 2 decades ago..but no..year after year he and his “African queen” sat there listening to him preach victimhood, hate and yes..RACISM.

Let us not forget Michelle Obama’s comment “this is “the first time in her adult life she feels proud to be an American.”
Was inauguration day her second?question-mark.gif

Not to mention that Dr. King’s niece, Dr. Alveda King, has been speaking out against Hussein Obama.
Criticizing the Messiah

Because Hussein Obama is so extremely pro-choice, this election and inauguration does not bring America closer to her uncle’s vision for it.

Hussein Obama is exploiting the memory of Dr. King while forming not a campaign but a movement.

Fear not being labeled a racist for not supporting him or his anti American ideology– by his knee-jerk defenders my friends.

In Hussein Obama and his racist, Marxists’ friends’ world:
Ham-ASS is Israel
Gitmo terrorists are U.S. soldiers
Black is White ..ooops..wrong analogyhandfist062.gif

Day is night….oops …dark and light? more try:
Good is Evil.


Here are some of his beautiful words:

-There is something in this universe that justifies the biblical writer in saying, “You shall reap what you sow.” This is a law-abiding universe. This is a moral universe. It hinges on moral foundations. If we are to make of this a better world, we’ve got to go back and rediscover that precious value that we’ve left behind.

Imagine saying that today with the IzlamoNazis around just itching to whine about how UN-inclusive that is.

The most dangerous type of atheism is not theoretical atheism, but practical atheism —that’s the most dangerous type. And the world, even the church, is filled up with people who pay lip service to God and not life service.

And there is always a danger that we will make it appear externally that we believe in God when internally we don’t. We say with our mouths that we believe in him, but we live with our lives like he never existed. That is the ever-present danger confronting religion. That’s a dangerous type of atheism.

(Sermon delivered February 1954).

And my all time favorite:

Speaking at the annual convention of the Rabbinical Assembly in 1968, Dr. King said:

“The response of some of the so-called young militants does not represent the position of the vast majority of Negroes.

There are some who are color-consumed and they see a kind of mystique in blackness or in being colored, and anything non-colored is condemned. We do not follow that course … Peace for Israel means security, and we must stand with all our might to protect her right to exist, its territorial integrity and the right to use whatever sea lanes it needs.

Israel is one of the great outposts of democracy in the world, and a marvelous example of what can be done, how desert land can be transformed into an oasis of brotherhood and democracy. Peace for Israel means security, and that security must be a reality,”

I wonder what Sharpton and Farakhan have to say bout that…Hmmm.Never mind. They don’t deserve the right to even utter his name.

God bless the memory of a true leader and America and Israel lover: Martin Luther King.

8 Responses to “Martin Luther King, Jr.”

  1. -FJ says:

    …the first reaction of the oppressed to their oppression is that they imagine a world simply deprived of the Other that exerts oppression on them – women imagine a world without men, African-Americans a world without whites, workers a world without capitalists… The mistake of such an attitude is not that it is ‘too radical’, that it wants to annihilate the Other instead of merely changing it; but, on the contrary, that it is not radical enough: it fails to examine the way the identity of its own position (that of a worker, a woman, an African-American…) is ‘mediated’ by the Other (there is no worker without a capitalist organizing th production process, etc.), so that if one is to get rid of the oppressive Other, one has substantially to transform the content of one’s own position. – Slavoj Zizek, “The Ticklish Subject”

    Not willing “to transform the content of one’s position”. The great failing of those who came after King.

  2. Comedy Plus says:

    Doctor Kind did teach so many wonderful things and most importantly he brought folks together not divide like we’re seeing now. This administrations view of the way things should be is frightening. Race relations have been set back for decades upon decades. Why would anyone want to do that.

    Have a fabulous day Angel. Big hugs. ♥♥♥

  3. Mustang says:

    It only takes a half-conscious person to realize how much damage Obama/Holder/Lynch have done to race relations in the USA. Remember, Obama did promise fundamental changes. The Obama plan is exactly the same as one implemented by Hitler: divide the people; conquer them.

  4. Always On Watch says:

    I believe that if MLK, Jr., returned today to see what our society has become, he would think that he’d entered the Twilight Zone.

  5. Jerry says:

    I believe that if MLK, Jr., returned today…
    He’d be called a rightwing Uncle Tom. Scary how divided the left has made us, led by obama.

  6. cube says:

    No doubt that the 0bola administration has opened a racial divide we haven’t seen for decades. How it heals, nobody knows.

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  8. KarLLLMMMM says:

    So is Omabaphobia a legitimate fear or not?

    Why do you think Dr. King was/is King…

    Just listen to his words….

    sounds a “slight” bit different then the STUFF flowing out of the White House..

    doesn’t it?