Asylum Watch offers you these words of wisdom from the Reverend Martin Luther King without comment. Compare them to the rhetoric from the “reverend?” Al Sharpton.
“The Christmas hope for peace and good will toward all men can no longer be dismissed as a kind of pious dream of some utopian. If we don’t have good will toward men in this world, we will destroy ourselves by the misuse of our own instruments and our own power. Wisdom born of experience should tell us that war is obsolete. We must either learn to live together as brothers or we are going to perish together as fools.”
_ Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr., Christmas Eve sermon, 1967
3 thoughts on “Listen to Martin Luther King Instead of Al Sharpton”
Why this is racist! To deny that Al Sharpton is the leader of the black race in America is a symptom of your white privilege!
If MLK were alive to day he would be shocked, saddened, and disgusted with the way Sharpton has hijacked his movement!
You cons are disturbingly fixated on Al Sharpton. It’s really silly and stupid. And the whole conservatives quoting King thing – no one’s buying it except yourselves.