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Old 05-03-2005, 02:16 PM
Draken Draken is offline
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Default Re: Martin Luther King Jr. the Amerikan Traitor

I support nohope on this one.

I'm not willing to take the good with the bad. We can't accept the least evil leader because he/she is still evil.
Meaning, that I don't care if MLK held a lot of good, nice, well intended speeches, because what matters in the end is a man's actions, not words. So if he held a nice graduation speech and made everyone cry and bond with eachother in spiritual, universal understanding and think of the Greater Good For Humanity, but after the speech went to a meeting with his Communist comrades, then that effectively cancels out his "good intentions" and in fact counters them, and the result of that is HYPOCRICY.
We all know the Communist modus operandi.

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Almost every leader, whether civil or government affilated, got enough bones to fill a graveyard.
That seems to include MLK.

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Don't hate MLK, hate the games the communists are playing with our lives.

No man is without sin, no, not ONE.
But let's call an apple an apple and NOT orange, please, because an apple in NOT an orange, it's an apple.
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