April 4th: A Day Of Reckoning

UNITED AFRICAN MOVEMENT
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ALTON H. MADDOX, JR.         
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April 4:  A Day of Reckoning ©
By Alton H. Maddox, Jr.
 
 April 8, 2012 is Easter Sunday.  It is also amid the Cherry Blossom Festival in D.C.  Dr. Martin L. King, Jr was assassinated by the U.S. military on April 4.  Jesus had been given prior warnings of his crucifixion.  J. Edgar Hoover, on behalf of the United States, had warned Dr. King that his days were numbered.  This warning was a death warrant.  He chose to die for all our “sins”.
 
 It is a sin to “laugh” when nothing is funny.  It is a sin to “agree” with a liar.  It is a sin to  “scratch” when there is no itch.  It is a sin to “walk” with a bended back to denote that you are three-fifths of a person.  White people have to be assured that Blacks know their place.  Any Black person who gets along with a white supremacist has to still engage in abnormal behavior.
 
 When anyone offends you, the normal response is “to fight fire with fire” and to stop financing evildoers.  This applies across racial lines.  Russ Limbaugh offended Sandra Fluke.  Whites responded by putting pressure on his advertisers.  A drop in your bank balance will get some attention.
 
 George Zimmerman senselessly murdered Trayvon Martin (17) in Sanford, FL.  Zimmerman is white and Martin was Black.  Florida and the United States have refused to apprehend and prosecute Zimmerman.  This case follows Emmett Till and Tawana Brawley.  The U.S. Constitution is still “Negrophobic” as explained in Dred Scott.
 
 If it had not been for self-help, Blacks would still be riding in the back of the bus.  Even today, with a person of African ancestry in the “White House”, Trayvon Martin, for prosecution purposes, will still follow Till and Brawley.  A tree emanates from its roots.  You can chop off a branch and the tree will survive.
 
 Rev. Al Sharpton and Rev. Jesse Jackson have taken control of the reins in Sanford, FL.  Rev. Sharpton is 57 years of age. Rev. Jackson is 70.  They still have meal tickets.  These meal tickets are “legal tender for all debts, public and private”.  Their assignments are consistent with the goals of the Federal Reserve.
 
 Both Malcolm X and Dr. King were assassinated at 39 years of age.  They both had upset the international moneychangers.  Revs. Sharpton and Jackson have both said that there will be no boycotts and no civil disobedience on behalf of Martin despite the teachings of Dr. King, Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. and Medgar Evers.
 
 Instead, the “peaceniks” gather every day at the Sanford Police Department to eat fried chicken and imbibe “Jim Jones Kool-Aid”.  Blacks are entertained by gospel music.  The country folks in Sanford treat Revs. Sharpton and Jackson in addition to Benjamin Jealous as “rock stars”.
 
 If the parents of Trayvon Martin can flee Seminole County by April 13, 2012, they will be welcomed in Washington, DC for a major rally.  Trayvon Martin is a carbon copy of Tawana Brawley.  These parents need to sit amid people who fought for Tawana Brawley.  Neither Alton Maddox nor Tawana Brawley paid anything to her rapists.  Maddox is still on Pagones’ trail.  He and his bloodhounds are looking forward to sniffing out George Zimmerman.
 
 Utrice Leid is at the Elks Plaza in Brooklyn tonight.  I will be in D.C. next week at the FCC and hopefully with the parents of Trayvon Martin.  Blacks need Utrice Leid in D.C.  I hope that enough money will be raised tonight to finance her stay in New York and D.C. for another week.  While our children are behind bars or in cemeteries, savings accounts will not help the future of our people.
 
 The trip to D.C. next weekend will be amid the Cherry Blossom Festival.  Yoshino Japanese cherry trees are planted at the Tidal Basin.  The MLK Memorial is also situated in the Tidal Basin.  A modest memorial of the Japanese internment in the United States was also constructed in the Tidal Basin.  This is our “Potomac on the Nile” tour.  During this weekend, all dots will be connected.  It will be educational and fun.
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