Monday, January 19, 2009
Barack Obama: The Anti-King
Dr. King was a great man. I would be remiss if on MLK day, I didn't comment on the obscene comparisons people are making between him and President-Elect Barack "Hussein" Osama. (Sorry. Obama. What was I thinking?) Such comparisons are repugnant. Dr. King was murdered while trying to end segregation and legislated racism in the United States. Barack Obama has peddled in black-seperatism for the better part of his life. He has more in common with a devil named Malcolm than with Dr. King.
Dr. King's vision of a truly color-blind society died with him. Immediately after his assassination, black racists seized the reigns of the movement and turned it into King's nightmare. What occurred was a death blow to the civil rights movement. Jew-hating blacks like Stokely Carmichael rose up and incited hatred against all whites and society's favorite scapegoat "the Jews", despite the plethora of lib Jews who risked life & limb to see Dr. King's dream fullfilled. When these racists seized the reigns of leadership, an era of reverse discrimination began that continues unabated today. Today they are aided by a PC liberal guilt ridden society who tolerate the worst elements within black society out of fear of being called racists. The self-appointed black leaders who have exploited blacks to peddle their hatred, ignore and justify the erosion of the black family, high rates of incarceration for murder, theft, sex offenses, drug related charges, not to mention the astounding levels of illiteracy, poverty, HIV infected, and teenage pregnancies in the black community.
Leftists who link Dr. King to Obama disgrace Dr. King's legacy. Obama is a racist anti-Semite whose friends and associates include terrorists, criminals, and bigots. The only similarity he has with Dr. King is his skin color. Watch and see how the so-called "races" drift farther apart during Obama's tenure. Dr. King's dream of "a nation where people are judged not by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character" will remain a dream.
Dr. King had a dream. This is his nightmare.