Monday, January 16, 2017

He Had the Dream, we have the Nightmare

Nice quote, eh? It's from a video you can see over at Quartermain's site here [link]. Now, as I've said lately, I was around when all this was going on, and I very quickly grew to admire Malcolm X a lot more than Martin Luther King, especially when I learned about their respective personal lives. And at the time, the Black community was pretty much run by their natural leaders — businessmen, clergymen, some academics, etc. Now, of course, it's run by con men, like Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, and Obama. And now we have Cory Booker sticking his head up. These "leaders," for the most part, haven't really been selected by Blacks, but by White liberals, the worst enemy Blacks have ever had in America. White liberals, you see, dote on Black criminals and degenerates, which is hardly helpful to those Black who want to live decent, productive lives.

Anyhow, I rather think that the American electorate is no longer impressed by the sort of person described by Medal of Freedom recipient Joe Biden, thus:

"I mean, you got the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy. I mean, that's a storybook, man."

But that's okay, you see, because Joe is a Democrat, and a liberal one at that. But I sort of think I'm right, and we've been through the "elect the cool Black guy" phase, so we'll have to move on to electing the first woman. Maybe Kellyanne Conway [link].

The point of all this is to get across the fact that MLK and his movement not only harmed the White majority, but wreaked much worse harm on the Black minority. Before King and the whole civil rights mess, most Blacks, believe it or not, lived in families with a father present, and most births were legitimate. Black unemployment was very low, and Black neighborhoods were paradises of safety compared to what they are now. So hesitate no longer, go over to  Quartermain's site, "Quartermain's Quarter," and watch the video [link].
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Quibcag: I found the illustration of MLK on the net somewhere, and I added the exasperated girl, who is from Lucky Star (らき☆すた Raki☆Suta).

3 comments:

  1. Very good points. We know that the MAG (Media Academia and Government)will do their best to keep that legacy alive as long as they can. They're less concerned about the chaos and violence than having to eat crow. Something is wrong with someone who leads children into the path of fire hoses and mad dogs. Doesn't sound saintly to me.

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  2. http://voxday.blogspot.com/2017/01/martin-luther-king-in-his-own-words.html.
    From a 1965 Playboy interview of MLK by Alex Haley (as in ''Roots'', about as friendly an interviewer that he could've had). I first saw it at SBPDL, and after reading it realized just how idiotic many in talk radio can be - long before the term cuckservative entered the lexicon. I've heard the phrase ''MLK was a conservative Republican!'' uttered by all of them.
    As to your first quibcag: Check out the MLK day *ahem* festivities down in Miami - just another reason to stay at least a couple hundred miles away from there.

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  3. As someone who identifies strongly with Kagamin, I assure you she would not support your nonsense.

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