Selma; Obama's vain guest for historical relevance. He continues his work to fundamentally change America while he searches for his true identity.
Under the pretext of helping the middle class, American history was about to be rewritten. Many came to Selma hoping to snatch their own slice of historical pie, but this would be a moment for America's First Afro-American President on the Edmund Pettus Bridge;
Selma; Obama's vain quest for historical relevance
Selma, Alabama was Obama's grand photo opportunity. Black politicians, community organizers, and the millennial generation all were ready to receive their marching orders. Obama was pleased to see the young people, who were (bused in) from all over America. Millennial's indoctrinated in high schools and university's throughout America over 50 years, by socialistic dogma and liberal philosophies of diversity and inclusion.
Young activists, mislead by recent reports of police brutality, racial killings and racial hatred,they converged on Selma with their own messages with placards that read;
- “stop the violence” and “No More Killing.”
- people wore t-shirts: remembering Eric Garner in New York. “I Can't Breathe.”
- they had buttons adorned with Michael Brown's face. “Black Lives Matter.”
- protect the landmark Voting Rights Act, passed in 1965
…out of the heart proceed evil thoughts, murders, adulteries, fornication's, thefts, false witness, blasphemies: (Matthew 15:19)
Truth is, If we want to heal the racial divisions, and racial strife, that has taken new life in the Obama regime. We must combat the lies and half-truths coming from the white house and tell the truth. Then “let sleeping dogs lie.”
All that happened here in Selma, 50 years ago,(the injustice, mans inhumanity to man) most Americans are prepared to forget. But it's the President of the free world as we have come to expect, used Selma as another opportunity to vilify America and further divide, “a house already divided.”
Selma; Obama's vain quest for historical relevance was not for the people of Selma or any appreciation to America for it's many accomplishments toward race relations over the last 50 years.
The following are excerpts taken from President Barack Obama, March 7, 2015 address:
“First and foremost, we have to recognize that one day's commemoration, no matter how special, is not enough. If Selma taught us anything, it's that our work is never done — the American experiment in self-government gives work and purpose to each generation.”
We just need to open our eyes and ears and hearts to know that this nation's racial history still casts its long shadow upon us.
We can make sure our criminal justice system serves all and not just some. Together, we can raise the level of mutual trust that policing is built on — the idea that police officers are members of the communities they risk their lives to protect, and citizens in Ferguson and New York and Cleveland just want the same thing young people here marched for — the protection of the law: for complete transcript of the Presidents address click here. I encourage you to read it.
Let Obama continue down the broad way to destruction, (“America's fundamental transformation”) while we continue to enter in at the strait gate: Because strait is the gate, and narrow is the way, which leads to life, and few there be that find it.
Finally; the money spent (no doubt paid by American Taxes)on Air Force 1, Obama's entourage democrats, republicans, and the, Secret Service, would have been better spent to rebuild Selma, Alabama and not Obama's vain quest for historical relevance.