Dr. Martin Luther King and All He Fought for Has Been Replaced by a Radical White Women That Wrote a Book. Dr. King’s Dream Has Become a Nightmare
Why are radical white & black liberals, the NAACP, BLM, school districts and politicians across this great land of ours taking orders and direction from a radical white women? How can many in the black community allow themselves to be brainwashed and convinced that this nut is more worldly, experienced and can relate to black people more than Dr. King? You are allowing a radical white women to control you, in essence setting black people back many years before Dr. King came onto the scene. She is convincing people that they are victims, ignorant and cannot succeed in life. It’s not their fault, it’s the fault of every white person in this country, dead or alive. She wrote a damn book with whacked-out theories and some how that was enough to convince people that Dr. King was wrong? Please.
What a kick in the teeth. Dr. Martin Luther King marched and PEACEFULLY protested from coast to coast. There’s not one person I know that does think of Dr. King when Civil Rights are discussed. For (9) years, this man was beaten, spit on, thrown in jail (30+ times), called all kinds of hateful names, and ultimately assassinated, and for what? Black Americans rights, desegregation, and freedoms. I’ve only ever known black and white people that have cherished Dr. King for all he had done, hell, he is likely the most popular and revered black person of all time, and for good reason.
In comes Robin DiAngelo, a white radical with a Phd. DiAngelo didn’t protest across the country for (9) years, she wasn’t beaten, she wasn’t thrown in jail more than (30) times. So what is claim to fame? A book called “White Fragility” that professes that all white people are racist and America is a white supremacist society. She also does a fantastic job of making black people feel like victims.
Below Are (10) Quotes from Dr. King Followed by Robin DiAngelo. Who Has a Better Life Message? I’ll Choose Dr. King, Who Will You Choose?
- “I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.”
- “I have a dream that one day little black boys and girls will be holding hands with little white boys and girls.”
- “We must live together as brothers or perish together as fools.”
- “We may have all come on different ships, but we’re in the same boat now.”
- “I have decided to stick with love. Hate is too great a burden to bear.”
- “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?'”
- “Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that.”
- “Nothing in the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity.”
- “Intelligence plus character-that is the goal of true education.”
- “We must come to see that the end we seek is a society at peace with itself, a society that can live with its conscience.”
- “White people raised in Western society are conditioned into a white supremacist worldview because it is the bedrock of our society and its institutions.”
- “Regardless of whether a parent told you that everyone was equal, or the poster in the hall of your white suburban school proclaimed the value of diversity, or you have traveled abroad, or you have people of color in your workplace or family, the ubiquitous socializing power of white supremacy cannot be avoided.”
- “I repeat: stopping our racist patterns must be more important than working to convince others that we don’t have them. We do have them, and people of color already know we have them; our efforts to prove otherwise are not convincing.”
- “If I believe that only bad people are racist, I will feel hurt, offended, and shamed when an unaware racist assumption of mine is pointed out.”
- “For those of us who work to raise the racial consciousness of whites, simply getting whites to acknowledge that our race gives us advantages is a major effort. The defensiveness, denial, and resistance are deep.”
- “White fragility functions as a form of bullying; I am going to make it so miserable for you to confront me—no matter how diplomatically you try to do so—that you will simply back off, give up, and never raise the issue again.”
- “However, I hope to have made clear that white supremacy is something much more pervasive and subtle than the actions of explicit white nationalists. White supremacy describes the culture we live in, a culture that positions white people and all that is associated with them (whiteness) as ideal”
- “People of color may also hold prejudices and discriminate against white people, but they lack the social and institutional power that transforms their prejudice and discrimination into racism”
- “For most of our history, straight white men have been involved in a witness protection program that guards their identities and absolves them of their crimes while offering them a future free of past encumbrances and sins.”
- “Our lack of understanding about implicit bias leads to aversive racism.”
**Robin DiAngelo is only one contributor to this whole Critical Race Theory sham. There are many more, however, DiAngelo is one of the more recognizable names. Kendi is another, replace DiAngelo’s quotes with Kendi’s and the same argument still applies**