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Monday, July 20, 2015
L.E.A.R.N Northeast Newsletter
Greetings Clergy, Social Activist and Friends Of Learn Northeast,
WE MUST LOOK AT THE SYSTEM NOT ONLY THE PERPETRATOR
One of the turning points, from a public perspective, of the Civil Rights Movement was the Klan bombing of the16thStreet Baptist Churchin Birmingham, Ala., which killed four young girls. The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. delivered the eulogyfor three of the victims, and said, in part, that their murders "say to us that we must be concerned not merely about who murdered them but about the system, the way of life, the philosophy which produced the murderers. Their death says to us that we must work passionately and unrelentingly for the realization of the American dream."
We all know of the system that produced slavery, segregation and disdain towards African-Americans but we are not taking a clear look at the system that has killed and mutilated over 57 million babies and over 20 million of them African America. "We must look not only of the persons but the "system" King heralded. Jessie Jackson once said, "What happens to a mind of a person and the moral fabric of a nation that can abort a baby without a pang of conscience". That system absorbed Rev Jackson and morphed him into a peddler of this profoundly pernicious "way of life". We are all under the dark cloud of death that permeates the consciousness of our society especially errant youth who (Please support this effort as we travel the country we need support) have become reprobate when it comes to the sanctity and value of a human beings. The system will continue to produce such individuals and we should all recognize that laws reflect the consciousness of the people that choose to be governed by those laws. Dr. Martin Luther Kings' assessment of the murders of children at the 18th Ave. Baptist Church is the correct assessment of this present day society that legalizes the destruction of innocent children in the womb and expects the moral law of the universe will not be applied to them. "What a man sow that shall he also reap". If we continue to sow violence we will certainly reap violence and it will be at exponential proportions.
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