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Monday, January 17, 2005

MLK Rolls Over In Grave

Jesse Jackson, in a speech to a church in Jonesboro, GA, said "War, poverty, violence and social injustice are dampening Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy.

"Certainly, my race-baiting and grandstanding have only helped his legacy.

"It's easy to admire Dr. King," Jackson told the 650 people at the church. "It's a challenge to follow him.

"That's why I gave up following him.

"Martin Luther King, Jr. was a great man, but come on, his time, his ideas, have passed. Life was easier for us back in the 60s. It was easy to say we should be judged by the content of our character and not the color of our skin. But now life is much harder. We know that color-blind justice can never be achieved, so the only way to get what we want is to allow ourselves to be judged by the color of our skin, except we also will do some judging of our own!

"We also need to end the war in Iraq. We have to fight for our own freedom, screw everyone else. Those darkie sand people can fight for their freedom, or be enslaved by dictators. I don't care, because it's not my war! Say it with me!"

Louis Farrakhan also spoke, saying "Martin Luther King, Jr. was not a conservative, as Whitey would have you believe. I say he was a Democratic Socialist, and now I say what we need is a new National Democratic Socialist Party. It is the capitalists, Jews and the communists that have held African Americans down. That is why I issued the Final Call. And when it is answered, we will implement the Final Solution."