Happy Martin Luther King Weekend 2012! (Three paragraphs, two photos. There are four links before tweets from my @koffietime Twitter page.) I decided to spend the weekend protesting HYPOCRISY among people gathered to dishonor Rev. King by ignoring human and civil rights abuses. From my experience, many blacks occupying positions gained because of the Voting Rights Act do not believe African Americans deserve the same justice after abuses and murders that dogs get. I do not know if our so-called "leaders" have been body snatched, hypnotized, intimidated or bribed, but something is wrong. These people make long speeches about Rev. King and solute his courage, dedication, and determination to promote peace and uphold justice for minorities and for indigent and working class people of all races in America. However, if Dr. King were alive today, he would again be on watchlists, jailed and assassinated. Rev. King's demands that the government apply rights under the U.S. Constitution to all Americans would be received as "homeland terror." His nonviolent public demonstrations against injustice would lead to the same brutal arrests that Occupy Wall Street protests prompted.
2. --- Numerous people who marched arm-in-arm with Rev. King, singing "We Shall Overcome" were CoIntelPro agents. The covert FBI program that was charged with preventing the rise of a "black Messiah" had many agents who joined peace movements and civil rights movements in order to spy on activists and report back to the federal government. I met some of them when I was a social security secretary for a law firm in the Atlanta area during the 1990's. The former CoIntelPro agents were retiring, and their wage statements did not include their hefty earnings from years served as traitors to Rev. King and the quest for democracy in America. Therefore, these Negroes demanded administrative hearings to adjust the amount of their monthly social security benefits. Some of the seniors are still collecting today from their treachery. Georgia is full of people like that right now, and so is your city. Google "citizens police." Read my HubPages article about one CoIntelPro agent who traveled with Dr. King throughout the South and photographed the civil rights movement - Withers. He even photographed Dr. King dead on the balcony of Lorraine Hotel in Memphis on April 4, 1968. The former black Memphis police officer sure reached the scene quick, which makes one wonder if he knew about the assassination beforehand. See "Mary Neal's Black History Month 2011" at this link http://goo.gl/S5O9d . Some people during the civil rights era were such hypocrites, and it only got worse today. They sit in seats purchased by the blood of martyrs and betray the dream of human and civil liberties for everyone in America. God says repeatedly, "Woe to hypocrites," so I know He is disgusted like I am.
3. --- I am censored, stalked and persecuted for protesting the secret arrest and murder of my handicapped brother, Larry Neal. He died after 18 days of secret arrest in Memphis/Shelby County, Tennessee Jail on August 1, 2003. Negroes in high positions refuse to release records about his murder and authorize my censorship and persecution to prevent my telling about it and advocating for incarcerated mental patients of all races. So, I am picketing the Rev. King week activities in Atlanta during King Week 2012. See more information in my tweets below. God bless you! Use the DAY OF ACTION, MLK Day, to protest SOPA, NDAA arrests, criminalizing mental illness for prison profits, outsourcing jobs overseas and to prison labor projects, mass incarceration of 1 in 9 young black men and many working class whites, capital punishment, avoidable wars, and other offenses that you know Dr. King would oppose. Honor him honestly, and honor God. God said we must serve Him in spirit and in TRUTH. His commandment did not change because truth became unpopular, politically incorrect, and unsafe under NDAA. Use five minutes of your MLK Day of Action to contact your elected officials. Ask them to support H.R.3785 to repeal NDAA, the indefinite detention bill that provides for unlimited internment in military concentration camps without any criminal charges or trial. Please at this link: http://www.usa.gov/Contact/Elected.shtml - If you missed objecting to NDAA on MLK Day, today is a good time. The time is always right to do what is right (MLK). I protested hypocrisy at the King Awards dinner at the Hyatt and at the King Center during King Week 2012. I agree with Gandhi that we must be the change we want to see.
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The time is always right to do what is right~ Martin Luther King, Jr.