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For The Promissory Note Peoples
By Ted Hayes
Sunday, August 28,2011, the United States, accompanied Hollywood personalities, will lead the world in dedicating a monument to memory of the assassinated Rev.-Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
The monument is entitled “The Promissory Note” of the Stone of Hope cut out of “a mountain of despair”, themed “Table of Brotherhood”.
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The imagery is that a “stone” with the likeness of Dr. Kings’ full body protruding forward from the “mountain of despair” towards the Jefferson Memorial, arms folded with the left hand holding a pencil pointing backwards to the Promissory Note inscribe on the right side.
According to designers, the image is awaiting delivery of "The Promissory Note" with the intention engaging the viewers’ imagination.
What imagination is it that we are to engage in? Is this a monument of overcoming the despair of generational destroying slavery and racist legislation, or a hope of such to occur someday, or the political correct blunder of all time?
Given the projected devastation facing the intended Promissory Note recipients embodied in Dr. King who lead all ethno-racial groups in nearly every negative social statistic, such is not the overcoming sang about with in the days of the 1950’s-1960’s Civil Rights movements!
Strangely, this massive monument mockingly celebrates the demise of the Promissory Note People.
Studies reveal that the Beneficiaries of the Promissory Note are in a worse state today than in August1963 one year before the passage of 1964 Civil Rights Act.
Perhaps, the Promissory Note Peoples were even in better condition in 1863as actual slaves with hope than in 2011, being supposedly free even with a “Black” US President presiding over the “bank of Justice” and residing in the “palace” thereof.
One generation ago, at the Lincoln Memorial, the monument honoree opened his prophetic remarks with the ominous statement that the “Negro is still not free”.
King says, “Five score years ago, a great American, in whose symbolic shadow we stand signed the Emancipation Proclamation. But one hundred years later, we must face the tragic fact that the Negro is still not free.”
Logic reasons, that if in 1963, being one hundred years after signing of the Lincoln
Emancipation Proclamation, the Negro – Black Man was “still not free”, as studies reveal a dooming fate for them in 2011, this unprecedented monument merely celebrate an eloquent, passionate, articulate entertaining poet and the overcoming victory of an oppressed peoples. “Sing us songs of Zion by the rivers of Babylon”.
Rebellion to the Constitutional mandates intended for the recipients of the Promissory Note, mockingly “sets in stone” that which is federally legislated as mere memorialized empty promise.
This particular President must not keep Dr. King waiting any longer, but rather immediately in the “urgency of now” sign and enforce the mandate deeded to the People of the Promissory Note.
Dr. King warned, “Those who hope that the Negro needed to blow off steam (August 28,1963) and will now be content will have a rude awakening if the nation returns to business as usual.”
Unfortunately, this nation did returned to its’ “business as usual”, because today in 2011 America is indeed having “a rude awakening” to reality of its unfinished business with GOD concerning the descendants of the slaves.
Dr. King, Jr. continues, “There will be neither rest nor tranquility in America until the Negro is granted his citizenship rights.” That is, US citizenship “as is enjoyed by White citizens”. Section 1, 1866 Civil Rights Act.
Dr. King, Jr. echoes Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address warning that failure to “cash” this Promissory Note, the New Nation itself, with its’ worthy, but risky proposition will perish. The exceptional American “experiment” will be over.
Lincoln admonishes, “It is for us the living, rather, to be dedicated here to the unfinished work…the great task remaining before us-- that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom…”
Erecting this monument without obeying its mandate, threatens Americas’ government of, by, and for the people!
Patriots must capture the high moral ground by honoring the peoples embodied in Dr. King, Jr. by the actions of the MLK DREAM Act which protects them from “illegal immigration”.
One hundred and fifty years ago, the Democratic Party that supports this monument, waged a Civil War to maintain slavery and is now actively promoting the foreign civilian, non-military invasion.
This same Party, that also legislated racist laws against the “Payees” of the Promise, is now stealing the Promissory Note “check” from them in order to forge-“cash” it for the custom of Anchorism claiming the 14th Amendment, the heart of King and the Civil Rights legacy.
Anchorism, presumes that children born to illegal alien women are presumed US citizens, which is a direct affront to the Promissory Note recipients.
Any supporter of the foreign civilian invasion and the monument, mocks the slaves, Dr. King, and all Promissory Note recipient citizens.
The sufferings of illegal aliens can’t and mustn’t be equated with those of the chattel slaves and their descendants, for whom the mandate of the Note is deeded.
The MLK Jr. DREAM Act 2012 (a bill), the enforcement of the 14th Amendment as originally intended, i.e., The Promissory Note will immediately end this shameful display of mocking hypocrisy of the ideals set forth by the Founding Fathers.
As this monument is dedicated to the memory of the late, Rev.-Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., for the sake of this New Nation, Patriots must strive as never before to ensure that the mandate of the Promissory Note is “cashed”.
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