The civil rights conspiracy has come full circle with Rosa Parks honor at Capital
By Sinclere Lee
WASHINGTON (BNW) What do I mean by the civil rights conspiracy has come full circle with Rosa Parks honor at Capital? I simply mean that the civil rights movement, as we know it, was a hoaxed created by white people in this country to make Blacks think they were accomplishing something when Black Americans were not accomplishing anything in thier own self determination!
It was a trick, and the government made fools of our race like they always do! Particularly, those of us who got our heads cracked thinking the civil rights movement was a noble cause to die for, but in fact, the whole movement was a hoax and an invention by this country as an appeasement to Blacks at a time when Black frustrations about their mistreatment through racism in America was at an explosive point.
So, America used Rosa Parks in life as an icon for a fake movement that was a hoax and now in death, she is joining a select few, including presidents and war heroes, accorded a public viewing in the Capitol Rotunda in Washington D.C. It's the place where, six years ago, President Clinton and congressional leaders lauded the so-called civil rights icon for a simple act of defiance that changed the course of race relations.
The big lie is that the course of race relations in this country have not changed, but have gotten worse since America first tricked Rosa Parks into thinking she was a civil rights icon. Consider this; the whole civil rights movement was a big lie to make Blacks think that they had a movement for civil rights that the world could respect when, we as Blacks, didn't have nothing. Yeah, it was all a big lie, and as a result, we were the laughing stock of the world!
Why was it a hoax? Because no one can deny the fact that the civil rights movement was a failure to Blacks in this country, because no one can point to one accomplishment of the movement that has benefited the Black community as a whole. As I remember, the only objective of the civil rights movement was the integration of American society, and we know now that that never happened, and never will, because whites and Backs hate each other in this country!
Yeah, a few Niggers got elected to political office and got big government jobs, but they are nothing but a disgraced bunch lackeys to the already corrupt politics of America, and they never get anything done for the race.
On Sunday, Parks becomes the first woman to lie in honor in the vast circular room under the Capitol dome.
The House agreed by voice vote Friday that the body of Parks will lie in honor in the Rotunda on Sunday and Monday "so that the citizens of the United States may pay their last respects to this great American." The Senate approved the resolution Thursday night. Dont forget that this is the same House and Senate that was behind the mistreatment of Blacks in this country and the racism that still continues today.
Congress has authorized this rite only 29 times since homage was paid to Henry Clay in 1852. Those honored include Abraham Lincoln, Gen. John Pershing, John Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, Hubert Humphrey and unknown soldiers from the world wars, the Korean War and the Vietnam War. The most recent was President Reagan in June last year. Who gives a fuck in the hood, about a woman who didnt do one thing during the civil right wars!
I was in the civil rights movement first-hand, a foot-soldier: from Memphis to Birmingham and all points in between. I got knots from the top of my head to the bottom of my feet fighting these crackers in the Dirty South in a war that we couldn't win nor understand in the first place. That being said; what did Rosa Parks do in the civil rights wars? She didn't do anything because she was picked by white America as a symbol of a fake movement that was designed to trick Niggers.
Where was she when we were getting beat-down and murdered by Bull Connor in Birmingham and Lester Madox in Atlanta. Nowhere, because she was only used as an icon for a struggle that only benefited a chosen few Niggers, white women and Jews. Niggers as a whole got nothing from the civil rights movement but ass kickings and lynchings for a fake movement that has benefited everybody who has come to this country for the American dearm except the very people who built the damn country in the first place.
Parks is one of the few not to be a government official or a member of the military. In 1909 Pierre Charles L'Enfant, the architect who designed Washington, D.C., was commemorated 84 years after his death. In 1998 two Capitol Police officers slain in the line of duty lay in the ornate room 180 feet below the Capitol dome. No one can really say why, because she was the creation of America's trickery and racism!
Parks, arrested in 1955 after refusing to give up her bus seat to a white man in Montgomery, Alabama, turned to her minister, the Rev. Martin Luther King, for aid. King in turn led a 381-day boycott of the city's bus system that helped initiate the modern civil rights movement.
"This brave, courageous spirit ignited a movement, not just in Montgomery, but a movement that spread like wildfire across the American South and the nation," said Rep. John Lewis, D-Georgia, a leader of the civil rights movement in the 1960s.
"The Capitol serves as a beacon of American liberty, freedom and democracy, and Rosa Parks served as the mother of the America we grew to be," House Speaker Dennis Hastert, R-Illinois, and Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-California, said in a joint statement. All thats bullshit because the whites in the Dirty South never needed Jim Crow, the Black Codes nor any form of legal segregation they use to keep Black behind. This was all done to just humiliate the Black race in America. Consider this; all that was needed to keep Blacks in the South and in America out of the mainstream of American society is, Just Say No!
The answer is always No!. No, to better schools! No, to social justice in the courts! No, to fair employment! And, no to any other thing to advance our race, but America chooses to play tricks and games by inventing a fake movement to convince the world that Blacks in this country had accomplished something during this horrible time in our history, when in fact, there is nothing positive to show for the civil rights movement even to this today.
Parks, who for many years worked in the office of Rep. John Conyers, D-Michigan, was honored with the Congressional Gold Medal in ceremonies in the Rotunda in June 1999.
Clinton said he was 9 years old when Parks refused to give up her seat, and he and his friends "couldn't figure out anything we could do since we couldn't even vote. So we began to sit in the back of the bus when we got on." Right!
In 1987, Parks co-founded a nonprofit group, the Rosa and Raymond Parks Institute for Self Development, to help young people in Detroit, her home since 1957.
According to Conyers' office, a memorial service will be held for Parks at the St. Paul AME Church in Montgomery on Sunday morning.
Her body will then be flown to Washington for viewing in the Capitol on Sunday evening and Monday. President Bush is scheduled to attend memorial services at the Metropolitan AME Church in Washington on Monday, Conyers' office said. The White House said Bush would also go to the Rotunda to pay his respects.
From Monday night until Wednesday morning, Parks will lie in repose at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History in Detroit.
The Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan, which has restored the bus on which she refused to give up her seat, will truck it to the Wright museum for display.
Aretha Franklin is to sing at the funeral Wednesday at Greater Grace Temple Church in Detroit, said an official with the Rosa and Raymond Parks Institute of Self Development.
Officials in Detroit and Montgomery, meanwhile, said the first seats of their buses would be reserved as a tribute to Parks' legacy until her funeral. Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick put a black ribbon Thursday on the first passenger seat of one of about 200 buses where seats will be reserved.
"We cannot do enough to pay tribute to someone who has so positively impacted the lives of millions across the world," Kilpatrick said.
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