Why Barrack Obama/Shapton/Jackson- ARE Not ROBERT KENNEDY In Ferguson MO Like after MLK assassination


Robert F. Kennedy at a campaign rally at the corner of Broadway and Seventeenth streets in Indianapolis. Kennedy had scheduled a rally in this predominately African American inner-city neighborhood to garner support for his bid to win the Democratic Party’s nomination for the 1968 presidential election.

After stops earlier in the day at the University of Notre Dame in South Bend and Ball State University in Muncie, Kennedy planned to give his usual campaign “stump speech”
to supporters at the rally in Indianapolis. Kennedy learned of the assassination upon landing and everything changed.

April 4th 1968 Martin Luther King Jr. (a registered Republican) Went into the African-American Ghettos of Indianapolis to deliver the bad news of the assassination.

Local police said they would not be able to protect him. His advisers were against it, saying it was to dangerous with riots breaking out across the country. But Robert Kennedy went anyway, and without text; juxtapose President Obama, standing on the back of a flat bed truck delivered one of the greatest speeches ever- addressing the the crowd head on.

That night in Indianapolis was one of the only cities that did not riot because Robert Kennedy had character, had the quality of  leadership and was not afraid to confront the worst evil acts of violence America had faced in it’s long standing civil rights struggle.

President Obama is NOT Robert Kennedy in anyway, and certainly is no leader that will face the many problems that are our current crisis’s, and others here, and around the world. Where are our great leaders? Under this failed leadership America has been greatly polarized.  It does not have to be that way but it is. The Job of the President is to lead the country in the face of evil and strife. This is not the case..In fact he avoids it.

Robert Kennedy:

“I have some very sad news for all of you and I think a for all people who love peace all over the world, and this is Martin Luther King was killed tonight in Memphis Tennessee– Martin Luther king dedicated his life to love and do justice between  between fellow human beings. He died in the cause in cause of that effort. In this difficult day and this difficult time for the United States it is perhaps well to ask what kind of nation we are and what direction we want to move in”……..

……..My favorite Poem my favorite Poet was Aeschylus he once wrote “Even in our sleep, pain which cannot forget falls drop by drop upon the heart until, in our own despair, against our will, comes wisdom through the awful grace of God……

……What we need in the United States in not division,–What we need in the United States is not hatred– What we need in the United states is not violence, and lawlessness but is love and wisdom, and compassion towards one another feeling of just towards others who still suffer within our country whether they black ore whether they are white…….

It’s been my experience today that those most concerned with color are those “of color”. I most certainly agree that blacks were discriminated against, and yes there will always be some here in the United States and everywhere in the world.

But I would submit that that discrimination has substantially ended, although in this day, the word racism has been hijacked and abused by the likes of Al Sharpton, Jessie Jackson, and other various groups  for nothing more than political means, make money, to cause division, and polarize America for love of  that power and money; Aristotle was right- “All men seek one goal–money power or material things and the means to get it”.

Where there is ignorance and lack of education there will always be prejudice. President Obama said to his own people that there will be HOPE and CHANGE yet he has given them neither.  I  again submit to you that this country is more divided now than it has been in 50yrs under this president…You have to ask yourself why? NO it’s not because of Republicans, that’s foolishness.

President Obama had the chance to be the great uniting force, but he has failed and has become the face of  that ugly bitterness, and anger and hatred that JFK fought against, and gave his life for. Where are our great leaders of today?

Many of the remedies prescribed to combat discrimination were necessary at the time. When will recompense be fulfilled?

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