Death Of A Dream

Dr. Martin Luther King had a dream so powerful he moved America into an enlightened state worthy of all mankind. But there were those who would not have it, and from the moment Dr. King spoke words of healing and liberation, those born of “evil” stepped in to destroy that dream. Barack Hussein Obama, a willing pawn in this story, is not the architect of this destruction but certainly he is driving the nail in the coffin. That the “evil” would chose a black man to accelerate the reversal of everything MLK accomplished is all the more diabolical.

H/T Pumabydesign001Martin Luther King, Jr. – I Have a Dream Speech, Wednesday, August 28, 1963

I will honor Dr. King by not be posting any footage of speeches made these past weeks or on this day by those who, in my opinion, have co-opted, stained, re-wrote and all but destroyed the legacy of Dr. King.

I will honor Dr. King by not posting any speeches of his children and some of his family members who are complicit in the Progressive revisionist history of Dr. King.

In a post prepared later today, I will, however, do a post on the music that shape the Civil Rights movement.

I will be visiting Puma’s site later today to spend some time seeing thru one black woman’s eyes those moments in time she speaks of.

My prayer this day and every day – Lord help us to move once again into the light.


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3 Responses to Death Of A Dream

  1. bydesign001 says:

    Good afternoon Lady Raven, Thanks for the heads up. Don’t know how I put the wrong video in my post except to say that I was rushing for a 7:30 a.m. dr’s appt. I have since amended the post accordingly.

    Thanks again.


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