Monday, January 17, 2011

Happy St. Martin's Day!

Every Martin Luther King Day, we are treated to the same spectacle of the media and politicians - both Democrat and Republican - venerating America's most popular communist, adulterer, and plagiarist.  It's embarrassing that so many whites worship the man who destroyed America.

I wouldn't be surprised if within a few decades "Dr." Martin Luther King, Jr. is canonized by a major church.  The only question is, which denomination will be the first to do so?


  1. It would have to be one of those denominations that has saints and a process for making them.

    That kind of leaves just the Anglicans and the Catholics. Catholics don't have a dominant black membership in the USA and international Catholics don't know who MLK is so they are unimpressed.

    There is always the possibility that a black church will cannonize him even though their church doctrines don't recognize such things. It would not be the first time a denomination just started making stuff up to please its members or leaders.

  2. Please detail how MLK 'destroyed' America. Show your work.

  3. His civil rights movement destroyed freedom of association and private property rights in America.

  4. How? Explain how the civil rights movement has done this.

  5. Well, that would be TEC: The Episcopagan Church.

    Today is April 4, the "feast day" for MLK (a feast day recognized by no other Christian body, real or fake, that I know of). Here is the cornball PC collect (short prayer) the Episcopagans came up with:

    Almighty God, who by the hand of Moses thy servant didst lead thy people out of slavery, and didst make them free at last: Grant that thy Church, following the example of thy prophet Martin Luther King, may resist oppression in the name of thy love, and may strive to secure for all thy children the blessed liberty of the Gospel of Jesus Christ; who liveth and reigneth with thee and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and forever. Amen.