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King and Kerner: Unfinished agenda
By Edward W. Brooke -
Friday, April 4, 2008
Story appeared in EDITORIALS section
"America has had much to reflect upon during the approach of the interrelated 40th anniversaries of the final report of the Kerner Commission, the assassination of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and the round of riots that followed in Washington, Baltimore, Chicago and more than 100 other cities across the nation. We have heard Sen. Barack Obama's insightful speech on race and the reactions it provoked...........
Friday, April 4, 2008 said:
Our White sample
America has had much to reflect upon during 40th anniversaries of the the assassination of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Our White sample of war, weapons, brutality, cruelty, selfishness, and the desire to dominate others were the rule. Africa-Americans, they were overdeveloped in some of the world's most beautiful and peaceful cultures -- religions, art, sciences, philosophies, and beautiful, peaceful, pastoral ways of life, which the White came to destroy, and to makes slaves of them.
The world's first great Civilization was Black--Egypt, the world's first great power--the Sons of Ham in the Land of Ham. The White powers of the Western World as the vast majority of the world's populations who are poor, starving, sick, oppressed, exploited, misused, insulted, injured, incensed, and fed up with it. The day of Black and White is about over.--The whole world is about to go colour!-- Change is a good thing!
Ted Rudow III,MA