Gang Stalking – Martin Luther King, Jr. would still be disappointed with America today.

Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X meet bef...

Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X meet before a press conference. Both men had come to hear the Senate debate on the Civil Rights Act of 1964. This was the only time the two men ever met; their meeting lasted only one minute. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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America the Beautiful Country (Photo credit: Striking Photography by Bo Insogna)

Today is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.  Somehow, I can’t get excited about the day.  Dr. King fought for civil liberties for all.  Whatever he fought for, has been lost in the  years he has been gone.

I hear people from other countries talk about America being a place where everyone has freedom.  Where someone can become whatever he/she wants.  America is a place that is not totalitarian.  Well, stop living in fantasy land.

If this is true about America, then  tell me where I am living?  This place I live called America is none of these things.

This America where I live is not free for me and thousands of others.

This America where I live, I am a target of its government.

This America where I live, tortures me .

This America where I live, you would not want to live in.

This America is not any of the things you out there who live elsewhere think it is.

This America would depress you.

It depresses me.

This America I live in has a lot of dark secrets.  The biggest secret is how it treats its citizens.

This America tortures us as much as those people who live in Egypt, Syria, Afghanistan, etc.

This America is a disappointment.

This America is not FREE!

So all of you out there who want to make America home, forget about it.

America is just a fantasy.  True freedom does not exist here. And I don’t think it ever did.

If Dr. King were to come back to America, he would be disappointed with it as he was when he was alive.

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12 thoughts on “Gang Stalking – Martin Luther King, Jr. would still be disappointed with America today.

      • We were all raised to think this was the land of the free and the home of the brave – and that is probably why those of us who have found out otherwise are so disappointed. Oh, what bliss it was to think that! I wish all of us still could. Those who can don’t even have the sense to appreciate it.

        • How naive we all were. We really thought we were free. But thinking on it, we really shouldn’t be too surprised. I’ve thought back to America’s history, and it’s a disappointing one. Some group or another has always been a target. Now, it’s us, for whatever reason.

          • Yes, true. And they were all good people. Bad people and organzitions thrive here. The gov gives them money to support them. Total shame! …They’ve just turned my firewall off again

            • They’re so original. Always turning off someone’s firewall. You would think that people who work for Homeland Security would have more important things to do. Like maybe going after real terrorists. It’s a good thing you caught them. You have to be on guard every minute from now on, or else you’ll end up with an empty computer frame like me. Good luck. I hope they all go to hell.

  1. You are absolutely right. I felt the same way. I didn’t say anything about it at all. This America where we live is where you get shot for fighting for civil rights – or being a good president who cares about his people.

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