Black women thought I'd repost this in light of this special and miraculous day, and in light of all it truly means. Pray, black women of truth, for black liberation as those are the INTELLIGENT, WISE, thoughts MLK would have us think on, on this special day.
What is the full impact of Martin Luther King's day?
Martin Luther King national holiday represents the halting of America in order that America might before all the nations of the world pay homage to the Black suffrage it wrought. This is the full impact of what this memorial day represents. America must halt, that is, stand still and remember its bloody, ungodly, rise to prominence solely came via the blood, sweat and tears of black humanity. If America, had not enslaved Black humanity, America would still be a British province. Make no mistake about it. Ere go, it is only fitting that America show homage and hopefully true repentance to Black suffering. This it must do whether it likes it or not!
Many whites in high places openly, arrogantly, even defiantly profess their ignorance with regard to understanding the necessity, let alone the impact of MLK day. Astonishingly, they proudly claim, they are blind, deaf and dumb to it's relevance. What is more, these are usually so-called mainstream whites and not the KKK and NEO-NAZI'S who spout the exact same disposition as white America's journalistic hierarchy and their so-called many experts who come before the world so speaking such madness. So be it, for as the Bible would proclaim, they be the self-professed, "blind leading the blind, both shall fall into the ditch."
None the less, the important thing is that Blacks understand the true significance of this great day. Martin Luther King was the voice God raised up to represent the entire Black suffrage. He eloquently did just that, May God rest his blessed soul. Indeed, every suffering of Blacks culminated to this great moment, from the blood of the enslaved, to the bloody savage lynchings whites did unto Black humanity, all of it is wrapped up in Martin Luther King's day. No, those brave African souls ill treated at the hands of white savages, did not die in vain, and this MLK day that halts America is proof of that.
America's economy via the bank MLK industry is stopped. America's educational hierarchy is stopped. America's federal government comes to a dead halt and this is the greatness and magnitude of this day. It is important that Blacks everywhere grasp this truth. Evermore, America must stand still and honor those that it unjustly abused. See then, even if whites boldly profess themselves ignorant to the magnitude of this day, Blacks must not be so! Indeed, Blacks must grasp the impact of what God has done and salute it!
As Benevolence has wrought a 24 hour. halt to any major American activity, so let Blacks halt, be still, and call on this same God. We must gather together in churches, in our homes, amidst the Internet, and everywhere we can so honoring our ancestors blood, sweat, and tears wrought by the savagery of whites who participated in such evil.
We should re-dedicate ourselves to unifying and teaching the truth. We must hand the banner of truth to the young and find a way to make them understand the depth of what their existence in America is all about. We should thank the Divine for all the successes we partake of today. We should thank the Divine for those who continue the fight. We should pray down God's blessings on Black leaders who stand on our behalf daily fighting ever-present, self-professed, white ignorance that is itself a major part of what the demonic spirit of ever-present white racism is all about.
These are but some things we have in our power to do, and so we must do. There is a Bible Scripture that speaks of the children of Truth aka God carrying the 'oracles of truth in our hearts.' So it is, with Blacks, every righteous black must come together and re-dedicate our lives, to freedom, justice, and equality for all. We must recognize that our success today is solely due to the survival of Blacks amidst white savagery aka the demonic spirit of white supremacy. If they had not survived, not only would we not be here to partake of the good advantages they implemented, but the U.S. would not be here as a nation, let alone, a superpower.
See then that the Civil Rights Bill, Affirmative action, Voting rights, were not given to Blacks rather, Blacks arose and took it. So it is, that the good of America is solely due to righteous Blacks and the good people out of all walks of life. The white hierarchies, including their so-called religious hierarchy resisted all the way. So it is, that the good that is in America is not because of them, rather because of Blacks, and others who arose to change things. These are they who are to be praised for America being great. These and these alone!
As stated, the white descendants of white savagery who resisted fairness, and justice, still to this day, show they resist it, in that they have like fools proudly professed themselves to not see the significance of Martin Luther King Day, and would abolish it, Ichcabod! That means, "There is No Glory!"
As such is the case, it is imperative that righteous Blacks, and well-meaning people out of all walks of life, who do "see" the significance of MLK day, ban together and continuously resist the blind whites in power who are as we speak using that self-professed, "blindness and ignorance" to strip away the good executive bills and Civil Right laws in order that their kind may have a free reign with no righteous "safety nets" such as Affirmative Action, to stop their madness. They would keep all the power in their hand, and sinisterly blind the masses to their deceit that calls for them alone having full control over the masses.
Blacks have gained much advantage, and it is important that the power of America be dispensed out fairly that we might have a say over our well-being. Be it politically, educationally, religiously, scientifically, journalistically. The decision making power must be in the hands of all people and not just the self-professed, 'blind, deaf, and dumb' whites who would strip away the rights of Blacks, and all people of color, as well as women.
The crowd following Martin Luther King sang, "We shall Overcome." As such is the case, let us fight to have our own corporate, educational, religious, governmental, journalistic share of the power that truth might flourish and America might remain the great nation that Blacks, and the well-meaning good people who resisted the demonic spirit of white supremacy, made it in taking some of the power away from the "blind, deaf, dumb" whites in high places and giving a portion to all. When Blacks have full control over our political, educational, religious, journalistic, economic, living conditions, then we can truly sing, "Free at last, Free at last, Thank God Almighty we are Free at Last!"