MLK day.

Well, the trash man and the mail man took Martin Luther King, jr. Day off, so I did, too. I watched “It’s Martin Luther King Day Charlie Brown” (so offensive, so hilarious) and thought about who he was.

Was he a marxist? Maybe. Did he help further the civil rights movement. Sure. Has the civil rights movement become racist? Unfortunately, yes. Whenever you treat someone differently (whether better or worse) due to their skin pigmentation, that’s racism. Liberal (pronounced Com”mu*nist) organizations have simply taken his momentum and lemminged (?) it over the cliff. Equal rights have become more equal for some. The only way to propagate true equal rights is to basically ignore everyone’s differences. Everyone is different, get over it, that’s just the way it is. There should not be extra punishment for those that commit a crime against a person that is a different color than themselves. Murder is already illegal, punish it. Beating someone up is already illegal, punish it. Robbery is already illegal, punish it. (Get it?)

The civil rights movement that Martin Luther King, jr. was involved in has spiraled hell-ward into a tool of the marxists to vilify their political opponents. The civil rights movement could be distilled into one eloquent and succinct statement: [bible]Matthew 7:12[/bible] but unfortunately the movement has been diluted into just a different strain of racism.

On the evening of April 4, 1968, while standing on the balcony of his motel room in Memphis, Tennessee, where he was to lead a protest march in sympathy with striking garbage workers of that city, he was assassinated.

Hmm. Must be why the trash man took the day off.

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1 comment

  1. “… unfortunately the movement has been diluted into just a different strain of racism”

    Nope. Polluted, not diluted.




    All closer to the mark than “diluted.”

    Otherwise, your post’s a spot on observation.

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