A Few Words on Self-Segregation

The Rio Norte Line

The current trend toward the self-segregation of black America would seem to be the very antithesis of the drive for inclusiveness of the Civil Rights era. Where Civil Rights leaders like Martin Luther King sought to enable black Americans to be judged by “the content of their character, not the color of their skin”, there were others like Malcolm X, Huey P. Newton, Bobby Seale and Obama’s mentor, Frank Marshall Davis who sought to implement black separation or supremacy through religious (Islamic), economic (communist) and/or governance (totalitarian) methods. The inclusiveness ideals of Dr. King lost out to the forces of separatism kept alive by white liberals like Father Michael Pfleger, black nationalists like Jerimiah Wright and black Islamic radicals like the Nation of Islam’s Louis Farrakhan.

There can be no doubt that MLK had communist sympathies but he at least was honest about his desire to abolish the color barrier…

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