Black Conservative Supports Glenn Beck Rally

Alleged civil rights leaders, including Rev. Al Sharpton and NAACP President Benjamin Jealous, are having a cow because Glenn Beck had the audacity to schedule his “Restoring Honor” rally on August 28th on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. It is the same date and location of Dr. Martin Luther King’s famous “I Have a Dream” speech 47 years ago.

These are the same hypocritical so-called black leaders who demanded that white America honor the memory of the civil rights icon with MLK Boulevards across America. But when a “white boy” chooses to embrace Dr. King’s vision and dream by holding his “Restoring Honor” rally on the same day as Dr. King’s historic speech, the Black Civil Rights Mafia, the race profiteers, yell, “How dare you? MLK belongs to us!”

I am a black American who wishes to thank brother Beck for honoring Dr. King in such a powerful way. Beck’s “Restoring Honor” rally is linking the restoration of our great nation’s Godly principles, freedom, liberty, and culture to the black civil rights leader. Beck’s rally is a wonderful tribute to the man I remember, when I was a little boy, as being larger than life. I was there, August 28, 1963, in Washington, D.C. with my dad — yellow school buses lined up and black people as far as I could see. I do not remember feeling hate in the air. Dr. King spoke of all Americans yielding to God, righteousness, and brotherhood. Sounds like Beck to me.

MLK was amazing: incredibly articulate, dignified, strong, powerful, and bold. And yet, he was also warm, calm, and confident. To say I was in awe of him is an understatement. As a little black kid, I proudly viewed MLK as our Black Moses, leading us, by God’s grace and guidance, to God’s Promised Land of Brotherhood and Freedom in America.

Thus, you can understand my total revulsion for those who dishonor and exploit MLK’s legacy while deceitfully claiming to preserve and celebrate what he stood for.

National Urban League President Marc Morial said Beck’s rally is “an effort to embarrass and poke a finger in the eye of the civil rights community because Glenn Beck and his public utterances don’t necessarily demonstrate a consistency with the vision of King.”

Give me a break! MLK was a Republican. Glenn Beck’s values and principles are far more consistent with MLK’s values than are those of the black civil rights leaders who have sold their souls for political power to the anti-God, anti-family, and anti-America progressives.

The modern-day black civil rights movement has morphed into the Black Civil Rights Mafia, lead by Godfather Rev. Al Sharpton. They make everything about skin color. Content of character is irrelevant to them — totally inconsistent with the vision of MLK.

MLK’s niece, Dr. Alveda King, siding with Beck rather than the Black Civil Rights Mafia has them in a tizzy.

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s legacy, like the Lincoln Memorial itself, belongs to all Americans. I am participating in Glenn Beck’s Restoring Honor Rally not to advance any political agenda, but to advance the concept of honor in our nation.

Like Michael Corleone in the movie The Godfather, I envision Godfather Rev. Al Sharpton furiously issuing a warning to Dr. Alveda King and all individual minded blacks: “Don’t ever take sides with anyone against the Family again. Ever!”

The Black Civil Rights Mafia’s accusation that Glenn Beck is racially insensitive is unsubstantiated and absurd. It is a smokescreen to hide their real issue with Beck, Dr Alveda King, black conservatives, and the Tea Party Movement, which is ideology.

As a long-time Glenn Beck fan, I have never heard Glenn utter one racist comment. Beck regularly features blacks on his TV show. He aggressively strives to educate America on the tremendous contributions blacks have made in the founding of our great country. And yet, the Black Civil Rights Mafia has marked Glenn Beck as a racist.

The Black Civil Rights Mafia uses their hit men and enforcers in the media to shut up opposing whites by bullying them with the race card. They attempt to shut up black runaway slaves from the liberal plantation by bullying them with the Uncle Tom card.

The Black Civil Rights Mafia are the true racists, guilty of betraying their own people. While claiming their mission is “black empowerment,” these race-peddlers cripple blacks by convincing them they are victims. In reality, black Americans are truly blessed to be born in the greatest land of opportunity on the planet.

Glenn Beck and MLK are also on the same page in their belief that in order for America to be restored, we must turn back to God.

The Black Civil Rights Mafia and President Obama take issue with America as we know it. Both seek to correct what they perceive as America’s sins by implementing social justice/redistribution of wealth which is a part of their socialist/progressive agenda.

The multiple thousands of patriots planning to attend the Glenn Beck “Restoring Honor” rally are doing so because they love our country, freedom, and liberty. Such thinking and feelings about our great country are an anathema to the Black Civil Rights Mafia and their media minions. Thus their hatred for us patriots. It would be extremely foolish to pander to them. We patriots must defeat them.

Lloyd Marcus, Proud Unhyphenated American
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11 comments for “Black Conservative Supports Glenn Beck Rally

  1. sharksbreath
    August 25, 2010 at 11:25 pm

    But when a “white boy” chooses to embrace Dr. King’s vision and dream by holding his “Restoring Honor” rally on the same day as Dr. King’s historic speech, the Black Civil Rights Mafia, the race profiteers, yell, “How dare you? MLK belongs to us!”

    He doesn’t belong to anyone. Yet why would you support a person who is against everything Dr. King stood for.

    Dr King stood for Social justice. Glenn Beck Social justice is like Nazism and Communism.

    If Dr. king was alive to day he would be on Glenn Beck’s chalkboard.

    If that’s the white boy you feel as though should be honoring Dr. King when he hates everything he stands for then.

    Have a nice life Clayton Bigsby.

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  4. MyOpinion10
    September 1, 2010 at 11:13 am

    I knew there were Black Conservatives in America, but I just found this web site today. I understand what they are saying, and actually agree with them in part; however, just as the division of the house slaves from the field slaves caused a wide division among slaves, and weakened the slave community, so too does the “Conservative Black” organization divide and weaken Black communities today. This kind of division has been used from the very beginning, and is very successful: “United we stand, divided we fall”, is a tactic that works.

    I’m trying to figure out why anyone would expect President Obama to be perfect, when none of the other presidents were. Of course he has faults, of course he may have belonged to some “radical” groups who supported him during his early years, just as some of our other presidents belong to radical white organizations, even suspected relations with KKK. We even had presidents who owned slaves, and yet we honor them. If we go back in history and investigate each and every president, we’d be sure to find many negative things about many of our greatest presidents. President Bush’s past certainly had weaknesses, and yet again, we expect President Obama to be perfect.

    If, indeed, the Black Conservatives had rallied behind President Obama, they’d have more opportunity to put pressure on him to tow the line in a better direction. They’d have opportunities to get to know him, and perhaps get into his inner circle. If Black Conservatives truly believe that what they stand for is right for this country, they shouldn’t have been against this president. They should have stood for him, and put political pressure on him to use better judgment when making decisions that impact the American people.

    White people supported Former President Bush even when they realized he’d gotten us into an unjust war, “turned the largest surplus in history into the largest deficit in history, lost thousands of jobs, and more than doubled our foreign-owned government debt” (U.S. House of Representatives Committee on the Budget July 31, 2008). That’s how White people stand together, but not us.

    So, while I may agree the content of some of your beliefs, I don’t agree your lack of support for President Obama, who is risking his life every day that he’s in office, a fact that many of you seem to disregard. We made history in this country by finally electing a minority president, but he took over an administration that was doomed for failure. The fact that some things are better than they were before is amazing. We’re still not satisfied, nor should we be, but we cannot afford to be divided. Actually, with the state of affairs throughout the world, we should all be working towards making our world a better place to live. We should be finding ways to make peace profitable, instead of war. Obviously, this topic can’t be completed in one reply, but this is some of what I feel.

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