Urbin Report

Sunday, August 31, 2003

From the folks over at WackingDay

Pity his successors made it turn to shit.
FORTY years ago today, Martin Luther King delivered possibly the most powerful speech in American politics since Abraham Lincoln defined what the United States stood for in his Gettysburg and Second Inaugural addresses of 1863 and 1864.
The century separating the speeches by the two men, both of whom were to be murdered by racists, was a shameful time for all Americans who believed in the promise of the Declaration of Independence, "that all men are created equal".
It was why King described his dream of hope "that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will be judged not by the colour of their skin but the content of their character".

Yet now, the "civil rights" movement is lead by worthless racist gangsters like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton, who's entire agenda is judging people by the color of their skin. The sad part is, so many people don't see the hypocrisy.