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    Re: Crowds gather for March on Washington 50th anniversary

    Quote Originally Posted by American View Post
    Not a single pro-abortion word in there.
    I've never made a claim as to King's feelings on abortion, but rather on Sanger, as adpst questioned. Read more, post less.

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    Re: Crowds gather for March on Washington 50th anniversary

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    Are you saying that MLK was a race hustler like Jesse Jacksin?
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    That's called a "typo"...
    Really, apdst? You really expect folks to believe "JackSIN" was a legit typo? C'mon...

    I mean, it's fitting; he did commit a crime and, thus, did sin but really? A "typo". Who you think you're kidding?

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    If Martin Luther King couod see the civil rights industry he would spit in their faces.
    BTW, there was no Civil Rights "industry". It was a civil rights movement for racial equality - period. The people who were involved during that historic time didn't make a profit on their efforts. In fact, I'd say the only thing they spent was their time, energy and in many cases their blood.
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    It's the MSM/Pop Culture propaganda merging Obama and MLK as one

    The low info voters lap it up like puppies

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    Re: Crowds gather for March on Washington 50th anniversary

    Quote Originally Posted by Objective Voice View Post
    Really, apdst? You really expect folks to believe "JackSIN" was a legit typo? C'mon...

    I mean, it's fitting; he did commit a crime and, thus, did sin but really? A "typo". Who you think you're kidding?



    BTW, there was no Civil Rights "industry". It was a civil rights movement for racial equality - period. The people who were involved during that historic time didn't make a profit on their efforts. In fact, I'd say the only thing they spent was their time, energy and in many cases their blood.

    It is very possible that Apdst had a legit typo. If you look on the keyboard, the I and O are right next to each other.
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    Re: Crowds gather for March on Washington 50th anniversary

    Quote Originally Posted by P. Kersey View Post
    "For many of them, the event was a passing of the torch to a new generation to take up the unfinished cause of the civil rights movement--the promise of equality "embedded in the founding of America," as Cheryl LaRoche put it."

    Great...Another generation of anti white blacks raised in a constant atmosphere of racial jealousy and resentment..
    'Unfinished cause"?

    Please. No other race has been given as much as negroes.

    For over five decades we've "empowered" them, "franchised" them, pampered them, placed them on pedestals as creatures of pity... and for all that spending, pampering and pandering, we have vast urban areas of slums, ghettos, ruins filled with some of the most violent, blood thirsty, savage, feral creatures to ever stride the planet. We've had over 50 years of forced integration. over 50 years of generous social entitlement programs. and over 50 years of excuses.

    We elevated the negroes, we've given money to bring them out of poverty, we've passed laws to prevent non-white discrimination, we've advanced them in our schools without them needing to learn, we've given them jobs and home loans they didn't qualify for.

    ...and they always want more..that is the black legacy.."give us more"..
    If this country lasted a thousand more years (and it likely won't last TEN more but anyway...) they would STILL be having marches like this demanding MORE.

    It's a scam and people are beginning to see through it.
    THIS, ladies and gentlemen, is why there's still racism in America...because fools and bigots like this continue to harbor this US -vs- THEM mentality fully believing that the White men gave Blacks such pittance and subsequently squandered it all away. I wonder what you think of the reparations your kind are still giving to Native American Indians? (Been to a reservation lately? Not to turn the issue against them, but if you really want to know how your "charity" has gone to waste for several generations, you might want to take a closer look in their direction. John Stossel did a report about it not long ago...you might want to check it out.)

    And for the record, Black Americans all across this country have worked hard, fought, sacrificed and died earning their place in this land. Some of you folks who harbor such hateful, bigoted views need to be reminded of this from time-to-time. So, yes, marches like this one are likely to continue for generations to come...just so YOU don't forget WE'RE HERE AND WE'RE NOT GOING A-N-Y-W-H-E-R-E!!!
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    Re: Crowds gather for March on Washington 50th anniversary

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Invisible View Post
    It is very possible that Apdst had a legit typo. If you look on the keyboard, the I and O are right next to each other.
    Possible, but very unlikely. (Still funny though...it's the one time he made me laugh.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Objective Voice View Post
    THIS, ladies and gentlemen, is why there's still racism in America...because fools and bigots like this continue to harbor this US -vs- THEM mentality fully believing that the White men gave Blacks such pittance and subsequently squandered it all away. I wonder what you think of the reparations your kind are still giving to Native American Indians? (Been to a reservation lately? Not to turn the issue against them, but if you really want to know how your "charity" has gone to waste for several generations, you might want to take a closer look in their direction. John Stossel did a report about it not long ago...you might want to check it out.)

    And for the record, Black Americans all across this country have worked hard, fought, sacrificed and died earning their place in this land. Some of you folks who harbor such hateful, bigoted views need to be reminded of this from time-to-time. So, yes, marches like this one are likely to continue for generations to come...just so YOU don't forget WE'RE HERE AND WE'RE NOT GOING A-N-Y-W-H-E-R-E!!!
    right..whatever...those are true facts, though...and as far as not going anywhere?...maybe not but things can change... nothing is eternal. Believe that.

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    Re: Crowds gather for March on Washington 50th anniversary

    Quote Originally Posted by Objective Voice View Post
    THIS, ladies and gentlemen, is why there's still racism in America...because fools and bigots like this continue to harbor this US -vs- THEM mentality fully believing that the White men gave Blacks such pittance and subsequently squandered it all away. I wonder what you think of the reparations your kind are still giving to Native American Indians? (Been to a reservation lately? Not to turn the issue against them, but if you really want to know how your "charity" has gone to waste for several generations, you might want to take a closer look in their direction. John Stossel did a report about it not long ago...you might want to check it out.)

    And for the record, Black Americans all across this country have worked hard, fought, sacrificed and died earning their place in this land. Some of you folks who harbor such hateful, bigoted views need to be reminded of this from time-to-time. So, yes, marches like this one are likely to continue for generations to come...just so YOU don't forget WE'RE HERE AND WE'RE NOT GOING A-N-Y-W-H-E-R-E!!!
    Let me just say, it's good you're here, we welcome you. Now could just stop playing the victim and contribute?
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    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post
    Let me just say, it's good you're here, we welcome you. Now could just stop playing the victim and contribute?
    Excuse me? Victim? You must have me confused with someone else. I don't think I've never come in here and laid blame on someone else for my failings or shortcomings. If anything, I've tried to educate people on the plight of others who can before me and give rational explanations as to why some things happened they way they did. But I've never laid blame on others for my difficulties. I handle my problems myself.
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