Hurricane Irene And Earthquake Caused By MLK, Jr’s Ghost…Wait, What?

If you thought that some of the politicization of the earthquake and Irene regarding anthropogenic global warming, picking on nuclear power plants, and other stuff was bad, wait till you read this one from Rochelle Riley in the Detroit Free Press

The American civil rights movement was to come full circle today as its soldiers were to gather on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., to celebrate a fallen captain.

But there was no celebration.

Not yet. It was too soon.

First, there was an earthquake. Then there was a hurricane. What in the world could be going on?

Nothing in the world. That was just Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., above the world, shutting down the celebration, getting our attention and telling us to take a good look at ourselves.

But, wait, was she using this as a metaphor for the kinds of things she is seeing in the Black community that would, in fact, upset the good Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.? I suggest reading the rest, and see if you agree with her point.

August 28th is the anniversary date for when MLK, Jr. gave his Dream speech, which American Power has in full. Full text here.

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2 Responses to “Hurricane Irene And Earthquake Caused By MLK, Jr’s Ghost…Wait, What?”

  1. Mike says:

    I’m gonna go out on a limb here and say that she is following in Philly Mayor Nutter’s footsteps and excoriating her fellow Blacks for their stupidity and victimhood status.

  2. Sure seems so. She caught my attention with the beginning, then used that to make her point.

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