Bernice King: Another Angry Black Stuck In the Past
Martin Luther King Day, the federal holiday honoring Dr. King’s life and achievements is the third Monday of every January. The weekend through said day is also a major sales weekend with stores and outlets of every description, and purveyors of every conceivable product from automobiles to bathroom tissue promoting their wares.
For federal employees the holiday provides a long weekend for a quick getaway or a day to sleep in and/or to put those lounge pants and sweat shirt received for Christmas to good use – by relaxing around in them all day. School children have a gift of one less day of school.
But, for the crazies and haters who use skin color as currency to obtain free bounty vis-à-vis guilt and extortion for a pass injustice real or perceived, it is a day, to as comedian Chris Rock said, “keep it real – real damn dumb.”
Bernice King, daughter of the late Dr. King is a conductor on the this train of intellectual dishonesty and psychological/emotional regression. She regaled each audience she addressed as a stenotopic encomiast of jeremiads that were operose, i.e., tedious and wearisome to everyone who embraces the brightness of this great new day in which we live. A day bright with well paying jobs; a day in which thanks to the economy people can dream favorably about their future and retirement packages. A bright new day where the only walls and barriers are those invented and/or imagined by people like her.
This woman has used her father’s name not to raise people up, but to espouse a mordant heterodoxy of “the white man is still out to get you and black people are oppressed.” Her message is that blacks had lost ground and that it’s time “to be dissatisfied,” which is code speak for riot, bully, blame America and the white man for whatever ills blacks can avoid taking personal responsibility for.
I find it interesting that there’s now what amounts to a pernicious privatization of usage and redefining regarding the meaning of many of Dr. King’s most memorable quotes. Bernice, along with others who seek self-importance and personal fortune by prostituting their rendition of the past, are demanding people stop quoting her father. And yes, that is a thinly veiled barb directed at Conservative Christians and President Trump.
On January 16, she posted a tweet saying: “Please don’t quote #MLK on #MLKDay, then suppress the vote and support systematic oppression on Tuesday.”
Under the “social good” section of the extremist website Mashable Middle East, the rancor that is fomented in print form is an undiluted elixir of the Fabian construct of Erebusic democratic socialism, which through the casual gradualist of societal reformist efforts, has been used to destroy the four pillars of American traditionalism: 1) God and Church; 2) family; 3) schools; 4) military. The result: Enter social-culturalism.
For those paying attention this is also what came out of the Frankford School. Fabianism was refined to a science by Saul Alinsky and it is exactly what Obama and the Obama woman espouse. But I digress; that’s a subject I’ll be discussing in the near future.
The aforementioned website was awash with hate-filled rhetoric based upon anti-God, anti-law enforcement, anti-white revisionist blathering. For those of us who understand Fabianism and the work of the bishops and cardinals within the Catholic Church who were instrumental in the rise of militant and the violent black revolution groups of the 1960s and 1970s none of this is surprising. Spoiler alert: Some of the most notorious and heinously evil of these Catholic bishops, etc. were welcomed into academia, not least of which included University of Notre Dame. But once again there is more to come on that in the near future.
I conclude for now with the unpleasant truth that those mentioned herein do not want you to realize. It matters not that there was a Dr. Martin Luther King. It matters that there was a man who brought the injustice of the Democrat political rule that had codified Jim Crow and segregation into the light of societal condemnation. It mattered that there was a man who brought the suffering of a people at the hands of those who weaponized the Ku Klux Klan (KKK) into the public discourse. It mattered that God brought forth a man who despite his many imperfections was used to bring the suffering of a country and its’ people to the attention of that nation’s people and the world who were passively unaware of said injustice. It matters that God brought forth a man whose voice and plight stirred the conscience of the nation to end said sufferings. That man happened to be Martin Luther King.
I’m not marginalizing nor am I in any manner whatsoever saying Dr. King was not a man of great vision and determination. I am saying that if people like Bernice King, the Obamas, Elizabeth “tiny part-a-Indian” Warren and the other Fabianists who are committed to destroying the remnants of our once great Godly ordered nation in favor of the creation of a Democratic socialist state, get their way – we are doomed.
I applaud the work of Dr. King, but I more importantly give thanks to God for him. And in so doing I understand that he wasn’t an organic creation. I realize he was a flawed man anointed by God and used for great things. That said, how typical and consistent of Fabian Democratic Socialists to remove all aspect of God and use their reinvention of the man to destroy the sanctity between man and the relationship between man and God.
About the Author
Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of the think tank National Center for Public Policy Research. Read entire bio here