Black Lives Don't Matter, This is America
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I had a dream that one day this nation will be cast down and made humble for oppressing God's chosen people: "We hold the hypocrisy of this country to be self-evident; that all men are not treated with equality." I had a dream that one day that the red hills of the Caucasus Georgia mountains will be smashed to dust by the hand of God, the sons of former slaves will own the sons of previous slave owners, for the Lord has said those who leadeth into captivity shall go into captivity. I had a dream that one day even the city of Chicago, a city drowning in the ocean of self-hating black on black crime, will be transformed into a town of Blacks, Native, and Hispanics who love each other as brothers and sisters of Israel.
I had a dream that one day, over in the city of Los Angeles, with its racial history of police brutality, and outright killing of Gods elect, one day my people will turn back to God. They will return to his commandments, and the Lord will hear their cries and repay the heathen one hundred-fold for the blood of the children of Israel which was shed all over this land.
I had a dream.
I had a dream that one day every ghetto shall be exalted, every skyscraper shall be made low, the rough places will be made plain, and the crooked places will be made straight, and the glory of the Lord shall be revealed, and all flesh shall see it together. This is my faith, the belief that God will break the yoke of our oppression and sit our oppressor down in the miry clay. And Gods angels shall separate the wheat from the tare, the oppressed from the oppressor, and the children of God from the Synagogue of Satan. On that day, God's children will finally have rest. If America was made to be a great nation from the genocide of the Native American, the enslavement of the so-called Black American, and the oppression of Hispanics, this must become true. So let God's judgment ring from the prodigious hilltops of New Hampshire. Let God's Judgment ring from the mighty ...
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