DAILYKENN.com -- Please stop pretending your anti-Americanism is anti-racism. Please stop pretending your hatred for Western culture is "social justice."
An estimated 1,000 "faith leaders" marched in Washington, DC, reports say. Reports typically over exaggerate far-left demonstrations and, considering the media used a round number, we can assume the turn out was significantly lower than one thousand.
The purpose of the march was to combat racism and white nationalism, one report said. Why now? a reporter asked. The participant proclaimed the racism has heightened since Trump became president but, true to leftist form, offered no examples.
Fake anti-racists focus exclusively on white nationalism and seldom mention black nationalism, Jewish nationalism, or North Korean nationalism. Such haters are not anti-racists. They are anti-white and anti-Western civilization.
Rev. Jesse Jackson, 75, said, "We want to contrast the inclusiveness of John Kennedy in 1963 and the exclusiveness of Trump in 2017. This is a counter-cultural revolution and we must as a people as a nation must resist."
Jackson failed to give an example of President Trump "exclusiveness" and failed to mention that the president has done more to lower black unemployment than any other president including John Kennedy and Barack Obama.
Here's a list of the members of Kennedy's cabinet. Notice the "inclusion" — all were white and all were men.
Trump's cabinet includes three women and two non-whites.
What's more . . .
Since 9-11-2001 there have been over 33,000 documented hate attacks committed by Muslims. The hundreds of thousands of individuals killed by these hate attacks have been overwhelmingly "people of color." Furthermore a disproportionate number of aborted babies in America are non-white. Were these ministers truly concerned for non-white people, they would be protesting the Islamic incursion and abortion.
Only under Harry Truman was unemployment lower.
Again we are reminded that the far-left cares nothing about substance.
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WASHINGTON (ABC7) — One-thousand faith leaders from across the United States gathered to protest for at the "Ministers March for Justice" on Monday in Washington, D.C.
The ministers are marching from the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial to the Department of Justice.
Fifty-four years ago, Martin Luther King led the March on Washington for jobs and freedom.
On Monday, his oldest son led the march for justice down Pennsylvania Avenue.
"This is a moral crusade, my father talked about a revolution of values which meant every human being would be treated with dignity and worth," said King III.
According to a release from the National Action Network, ministers including National Action Network President Rev. Al Sharpton are participating in the march to reinforce their commitment to the social justice movement and to hold Attorney General Jeff Sessions accountable for a recent rise in hate crimes and discrimination.
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