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‚ÄčThe Martin Luther King Jr. holiday no longer has any real meaning, since black leaders, special interest groups and many in the black community havery completely turned their back on his message of equality through peace. Today the Black community is so consumed by their desire for retribution against and power over the white community, they know longer deserve to associate with the memory of such a great leader. The specter of MLK Jr. Is more often than not trotted out disingenuously by blacks and whites alike as a method to appear more racially open minded. I suggest to all of those aforementioned, watch and or listen to all the available MLK Jr. speeches you can get your hands on, all available in your library, on YouTube, in audio book form and you can Google to find specific speeches. The man’s words transcend typical political rhetoric and if you possess even a meager IQ they should resonate within you. I will never celebrate this day as a holiday but I do celebrate the great man Dr. Martin Luther King Jr and his words.
  ~ Nick Pensabene #Amf
” The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.”

   ~ Dr. Martin Luther King Jr