Game On a Nation: Hip Hop Intellectual

 
We must stop looking at Dr. King as a dreamer but more of a drum major for justice. The reason that I bring up dreamer versus drum major is because the dreamer is passive and the drum major is active. We must wake up from a dream and start marching our feet behind the drum major.

The conscience of African Americans must return to those previous levels of the 60s. In order for us to do that, the following behavior modifications must occur:
  • Start reading about your history
  • Start being conscience about what you are feeding your mind
  • Stop gossiping about one another
  • Stop name calling at each other
  • Stop cursing at each other
  • Stop robbing from one another
  • Stop killing one another
  • Stop throwing trash where you live and where other live as well
  • Stop using and selling drugs to each other
  • Stop promoting the thinking of black children, that as children they can be adequate parents
  • Stop pretending that racism does not exist
I was inspired to post this piece after listening to Dr. Frances Cress Welsing talk about Dr. King, and I would like to share it with you in hopes that it inspires you to take some form of action. Good day, and forget about keeping a dream alive, keep the march moving forward.

 
 
If Dr. King was here to speak on his birthday, I think these are the words that he would want to say about our progress and the steps that black males need to take. It is funny that these words are never quoted in the main stream media. Happy Birthday Dr. King, and may your words touch the reader's heart.
 
 
Whoever our next black leader or black organization is within the United States, we have to keep in mind that we have brothers and sisters of all hues who will be willing to stop any movement for positive change for a price. Click the video below as Dick Gregory shows a clip where a fellow black preacher slips up and admits that he stepped away from Dr. King so that "he can have a clear shot, then a shot ranged out." Go ahead and use your own brain to determine that if it is possible that there was a conspiracy to kill Dr. King.
 
 
Happy Birthday Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. What would you say to the 1st African American President of the United States regarding the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq? Are you really curious about the words that Dr. King may say?? Well listen to him in his own words regarding war by clicking the video below. It is no wonder that Dr. King was feared so much when he was alive.