Happy Monday friends! I hope you all have had a blessed weekend and that the new year of 2017 is treating you kindly. I have to say for me it has been spiritually awakened and I feel very secure and tolerant in my family. My daughters are thriving and my husband is loving me more than ever. I am inspired!
I must address this “holiday” celebrating black trash Martin Luther King Jr… first of all what did this man do for us? He is not a former President or a political leader or a martyr or white. So WHY must our government and mainstream media not only take a day off but dare to celebrate this? It’s quite insulting that I can’t enjoy a normal day without seeing this old man plastered all over my television and mobile device screens.
Is it not enough that the blacks take the month of February to pat themselves on the back? I consider myself to be an educated woman but I cannot fathom why we must take a random Monday holiday in January to celebrate a thug who did nothing but incite black violence and gang mentality among the blacks in the 1960’s.
Their sense of entitlement is only worsened every time we take a moment to put a spotlight on black heroes. For goodness sake we have had 8 LONG years of blackness dirtying up our White House and now before he FINALLY leaves the house we must endure yet another day of worship for a false black idol? Not in my household, friends.
Why is it all of our white holidays celebrate real pioneers and heroes who led this country but the blacks can only find an assassinated thug from 50 years ago? It speaks volumes. I guess they should be happy to get a day off at all. God forbid they actually work. It’s just another excuse to have another EBT vacation day of free government assistance and cigarettes.
My husband says they should all be disgraced. I can’t help but agree. I know my daughters are not allowed to read any black literature of pamphlets celebrating this nonsense. They will not be tainted by the blackness of the mainstream media as long as I can help it.
Take a moment tonight and ponder in silence the America that is before us. Think of the greatness that is on the cusp of 2017 as President Trump restores our greatness. Let us not weep in the darkness, but celebrate in the joyous light that will shine upon us on January 20th.
I give my ultimate praise to God as always. I cherish each and every one of you. Find your strengh from within and BE THE LIGHT that Jesus intended you to be!