posted on Jan, 20 2009 @ 08:44 PM
At the end of the day what you say is truth, but we are only in the dawn, the hours before morning.
I am not afraid to speak of as you say the offending word, it is not offending to me. So if others take offense to me saying that this is a HUGE day
for the Black community, for the underprivileged white, red, brown and yellow communities, I can say it without malice of intent or separatism.
If I could talk to anyone today or share a genuine hug it would be with people like Rosa Parks or Martin Luther King. These are the people I know that
would also share in my deep understanding of this historic moment.
Some are not allowed to say it, msm does not even hint at it, but I can say, this is a HUGE day in history because the first Black Man has taken by
popular vote the office of President of the United States.
It is the little things that happen which mold us as a humanity. If Rosa Parks had not stood up that historic day on the bus, would we be here now
discussing this subject as to its significance or not? I doubt it very seriously. If Martin Luther King had not created the speech "I had a dream"
would we be here today discussing the significance of this Historic day? I doubt it.
I am not disillusioned as to the significance of where we stand as a world community today, I am not star struck by the popularity of the Obama team
as directed by the shadows of propaganda, I am certain that humanity has very little time left to do what it must to continue and not perish. I am
aware of the undercurrents of agendas designed to starve and destroy the American way and its freedoms. I have been places which most would never
return and carry that burden of knowing something more than what meets the eye.
And I know History in the making. I reccognize events when they connect and can cry when I feel an over flow, an abundance of heart energy from
within, and for that I am greatful.