53 Year Ago Today “I Have A Dream” From Martin Luther King Jr, Is BLM Setting Society Back
Martin Luther King Jr. was born on January 15, 1929, in Atlanta, Georgia. King, both a Baptist minister and civil-rights activist, had a seismic impact on race relations in the United States, beginning in the mid-1950s. Among many efforts, King headed the SCLC. Through his activism, he played a pivotal role in ending the legal segregation of African-American citizens in the South and other areas of the nation, as well as the creation of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965. King received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964, among several other honors. King was assassinated in April 1968, and continues to be remembered as one of the most lauded African-American leaders in history, often referenced by his 1963 speech, “I Have a Dream.”
Yet today most of what King worked for is being erased. Erased by groups that feel that they are owed, owed for things in which they themselves have never suffered. They have never had to suffer though actual segregation. Never been forced to sit on the back of the bus, drink from separate water fountains, enroll their children in separate schools. Suffered through actual slavery, one in which we all are not a part of. If you are intelligent enough to see we are all slaves to the corruption we call the political system in America. That part knows no color, the only way out of that is to be in on the corruption.
The picture above is the aftermath of a protest by the current “civil rights” groups. This is not something that Martin Luther King Jr would have ever done, yet he was able to accomplish much more.
Yet these groups feel they are entitled to damages owed to them. These groups have honestly never faced injustice or oppression in ways that King did. Yet when King march for justice he did so peacefully, these groups are not. They are doing so in the violent ways of a terrorist group. Causing chaos and destruction wherever they go. Taking lives of innocent police officers, burning down city blocks, threatening motorists as they block off highways. This is not the dream that King envisioned.
There are no leaders that are going to be remembered as Martin Luther King Jr has been.