MLK ‘March for Jobs’ ignores Black Genocide from abortion

“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

MLK March 1147593_617588721624798_1700102717_oTens of thousands of people flooded the Lincoln Memorial and the National Mall on Saturday, the first stop in a week of events commemorating the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s watershed “I Have A Dream” address and the March on Washington.

A chorus of speakers rallied the massive crowd with prayers for peace and calls for justice that were at once testaments to King’s historical legacy and nods to contemporary issues, from hotly debated policing tactics to voting rights.

Sharpton called on activists to march for jobs and economic opportunity, criticizing the federal government for “bailing out the banks” and corporations while many African-Americans grapple with poverty.

He later turned his attention to gun violence, saying, “We gotta fight against this recklessness that makes us so insensitive that we shoot each other for no reason.”

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Off to the side, was another group of people, reminding the crowds that injustice had not ended. These people were shouting that abortion is RACIST and has been used as Black Genocide against the black race.

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They also advocated for the lives of the unborn killed from abortion: An entire class of humans are being targeted for death and the MLK March leaders refused to address the issue at all. That is why these people gathered, they wanted to get their message out to March goers.

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Years ago – the niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Alveda King spoke out about her convictions on abortion:

Alveda King worries that tying specific social causes to her uncle diminishes his overarching significance. She said he was “an imperfect human who served a perfect God” and wants the celebrations to focus on a unifying message of love.

“There are so many definitions of, ‘What does civil rights mean?’ … It’s a natural thing that people would say, ‘Surely this is what Martin Luther King was marching for,’” said Alveda King, who has her own ministry and is active in a group called Priests for Life. “Fifty years have showed us that fighting for causes will not unite us.”

DrAlvedaKingMLK’s niece remembers her uncle’s dream: “It doesn’t matter to me what their skin color is. We’ve not arrived when so many of our children are dying either by gun fire, beating each other up, #abortion. We’re not there while our young people are dying. We’re just not there.” Alveda King was featured in the documentary film on Black Genocide: Maafa21, watch here http://www.maafa21.com

clenard-childressAccording to the Rev. Clenard Childress, “The hijacking of the Civil Rights Movement by homosexual activists took a quantum leap with the barring of Donnie McClurkin from the Martin Luther King Concert celebration. Such a strategic strike by the LBGT could not have happened without the compliance of the normal House Negroes of the Democrat Party, who also profit from the plight of African-Americans. This has become typical of Democrat administrations. African-Americans must take complete notice of the fact that the voice of the Black Community was completely disregarded for a few disgruntled homosexual activists. Mayor Vincent Gray, of Washington, DC due to pressure from the Lesbian Bisexual Gay Transgender lobby requested internationally known gospel singer, and Senior Pastor of Perfecting Faith Church, of Freeport, New York, be banned from performing. Mayor Vincent Grey, and undoubtedly the White House, all agreed…..I might also add, we should not think for a second that Barack Obama, who will be speaking at the Lincoln Memorial next Wednesday, could not have intervened on the behalf of Donnie McClurkin, but refused. The president could have mirrored Martin Luther king’s response to the insistence of the gay agenda being in the platform, by Bayard Rustin in 1963, which resulted in Rustin leaving the movement. When Martin L. King spoke at the Lincoln Memorial, he stood strong to his moral convictions; the President doesn’t have the same moral convictions as Martin, and in comparison, they are miles apart, and thus you have the expulsion of Donnie McClurkin from the performance. It is clear to one and all, the homosexual agenda trumps the Black Church in urban communities.

Ryan_Scott_Bomberger_2According to Ryan Bomberger: “Sharpton is no Martin Luther King. MLK’s dream didn’t envision freedom through governmental dependency, redefining marriage, generational poverty, epidemic fatherlessness, transgendered bathrooms, racial division, less religious liberty, and over 55 million aborted. Preaching victimhood and intolerance, this “anniversary” event sadly will not reflect the greatness that occurred 50 years ago. Even Dr. Alveda King, niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, expressed that she can’t have anything to do with Sharpton’s event because it has little to do with the principles that her uncle stood and died for.”

HISTORY

MLK On the day after the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, a memorial service was held at Howard University in Washington, DC. As mourners left the auditorium, they encountered about 600 people attending a rally outside. Several speakers were heard warning the crowd that population control was being used as a weapon of black genocide. Among the speakers who gave this warning was noted civil-rights activist Stokely Carmichael.

Bernice King, the daughter of the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., said on Thursday that “life begins in a woman’s womb.

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“Many people do not yet recognize and accept the fact that the movement, which my father led, would not have happened – as you have heard many stories today – without women.
The idea of the Montgomery bus protest began with women. And it was women who made it possible to mobilize and organize and bring the community together.And so, in many respects, it all begins – as does life – begins in a woman’s womb. And so we incubate, we nurture and we birth out things and we can never, ever forget that.
And we must always ensure that the story is told and the record is accurate,
” King said.

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“Martin Luther King Jr. once said, “The Negro cannot win as long as he is willing to sacrifice the lives of his children for comfort and safety.” How can the “Dream” survive if we murder the children? Every aborted baby is like a slave in the womb of his or her mother. . . . If the Dream of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is to live, our babies must live. Our mothers must choose life. If we refuse to answer the cry of mercy from the unborn, and ignore the suffering of the mothers, then we are signing our own death warrants.

I too, like Martin Luther King, Jr., have a dream. I have a dream that the men and women, the boys and girls of America will come to our senses, and humble ourselves before God Almighty and pray for mercy, and receive His healing grace. I pray that this is the day, the hour of our deliverance. May God have mercy on us all.” ~ Alveda King.

One Response to “MLK ‘March for Jobs’ ignores Black Genocide from abortion”

  1. […] August 24, 2013, commemorating the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s watershed “I Have A Dream” address and the March on Washington, Black pro-lifers set up their message that the next civil […]

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