Twin Cities Still Far From Reaching Dr. Martin Luther King's Dream
Despite the passing of 50 years and a slew of federal and state laws against racial discrimination, U of M Civil Rights Professor Carl Warren says Minnesota is far from realizing the Dr. Martin Luther King's dream.Full Story
Saint Paul, MN
#1 Aug 29, 2013
Only problem, it wasn't a dream, it turned out to be a nightmare my God, look at the crime, can anyone name one city, town, city, county, state country filled with blacks that you want to save up your money and move to, of course you can't, what is it that makes blacks different, is all the violence genetic, if you have ever witnessed a chimpout you would know exactly what I mean, they seem to have to intimidate white people every chance they get, that is exactly what the thug gene did for little Travyon Martin, he chimpedout at the wrong time and couldn't stop himself until it was too late.
So what is the answer, round all the apes up and send them back to Africa, maybe they could get rich selling each other into slavery again, in this day and age slavery is still going on and quite legal in muslim countries, perhaps in another thousand years they may evolve into being able to create instead of only destroy.
#2 Aug 29, 2013
Great post! I would like to add. The black King dreamed of white women. He preferred the chubby ones. If they had a Walmart back then, he would have spent a lot of time there.
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