Reflections on the Mutation of the Injustice Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. Fought on a Regional Level into Nationwide Injustice!

Reflections on the Mutation of the Injustice Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. Fought on a Regional Level into Nationwide Injustice!

by Dennis Jamison – 1/19/2021

In 2021, there was a near alignment or “conjunction” of Ben Franklin’s birthday (17th) and Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (18th), and both days stand on the brink of the “Inauguration,” which truly should be referred to as an Installation. It may be important for those who cared for the Republic to understand that the nation is coming full circle to return to two crucial periods in the history of the United States in which these men lived as each fought for freedom in their respective times. A profound connection between these two men exists that is more than just dates on a calendar in January.

As Americans approach the Installation of our next POTUS, it is hard not to expect the eventual fulfillment of the prophecy/prediction by Benjamin Franklin on the day he made a stirring speech through James Wilson who read the old patriot’s admonition to sign the newly created U.S. Constitution. In Franklin’s time, considerable divisive debate had  occurred over the merits of the new Constitution, and the time arrived for the moment of decision to sign and bring the document to life, or to continue the debate with little or zero substantial outcome.

Dr. Franklin, still quite mentally sharp at 81, though he had to be carried into sessions and placed in his chair, he could sense the concern over the words and content of the document, and  eventually felt the need to give his encouragement to sign the new document, so James Wilson read Franklin’s speech aloud to the delegates on September 17, 1787. Among Franklin’s words was a prophetic warning just prior to most delegates signing the Constitution:

In these sentiments, Sir, I agree to this constitution with all its faults, if they are such; because I think a general Government necessary for us, and there is no form of Government but what may be a blessing to the people if well administered, and believe farther that this is likely to be well administered for a course of years, and can only end in despotism, as other forms have done before it, when the people shall become so corrupted as to need despotic Government, being incapable of any other. I doubt too whether any other Convention we can obtain, may be able to make a better constitution.

Much of the strength & efficiency of any government in procuring and securing happiness to the people, depends on opinion; on the general opinion of the goodness of the Government, as well as of the wisdom and integrity of its governors. I hope therefore that for our own sakes as a part of the people, and for the sake of posterity, we shall act heartily and unanimously in recommending this constitution… and turn our future thoughts & endeavors to the means of having it well administered.

Franklin’s point was that it was not the document but the administration of the U.S. Constitution that would determine the success of the noble experiment these men were instituting in 1787. The Constitution was ratified by the required number of states in the following year and for 233 years, the document has been the bedrock of the nation and the Law of the Land. But, Franklin’s prophecy was actually more a reflection from one of the most well-read men of his time for what he saw as a perception of historical record, and that history has now come to include the United States of America.

Dr. Franklin was right; the U.S. Constitution was administered fairly well for some good period of time, but the people, especially those leaders elected and those appointed, did “become so corrupted as to need despotic Government, being incapable of any other.” We have come full circle to taxation and suppression without legitimate representation. The nation started as a violent reaction to tyranny; yet the people and their leaders have handed the nation back to tyrants.

The second “full circle” citizens are returning to is the actual practice of despotism within the United States in the Deep South over the slave plantations and the southern culture of dominion over an entire region of the country, and the mental manipulation of the rest of the nation for significant periods of time. In 2021, most Americans, who aren’t bigots, normally celebrate Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. day to honor the well-recognized leader of the Civil Rights Movement in the United States in the late 1950s and early 1960s. Yet, most Americans do not fully understand the real injustice against which Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. fought. For many, in light of the contemporary progressive-revisionist narrative, King fought against “racism.” That is one reason why the Black Lives Matter organization has recently become so successful.

Racism was indeed an evil that Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. fought against; yet, he could describe racism through direct experience of it as a disease of the human heart. Seen in this way, racism is an internal or spiritual disease against which he taught parishioners to love one’s enemies, as Jesus taught, since King was a Christian minister. However, Rev. King fought a more substantial manner against the systemic and systematic racism that was institutionalized via the state governments of his day. Those state governments  in the “Solid South” of the Democrat Party had legalized and legitimized racism. King fought a multi-leveled battle against the culture of learned hatred and the overt racism within the dominant white power structure of the South, but also against institutions that had embedded racist attitudes in the southern state governments since the days of Ben Franklin and well before the War for Independence. [879]

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. grew up in Georgia, and although the society in which he lived was no longer a slave society that his forebears had to deal with, the restrictions against voting for Blacks in the Deep South confined them to a virtual prison in which they could not vote to escape the governmental domination of the hard-line white power structure of the Democrat Party. This consistently stifled positive or constructive change across the entire southeastern region of the U.S. In his day, Rev. King had to confront the same political party denying blacks the right to vote in the Deep South that has just legitimized the theft of a national and presidential election. This means that the regional  dominion of the Democrat Party has just morphed into a national dominion.

“We the People” have come full circle from a victorious establishment of a nation whose ambition and focus was upon developing a Republic of Freedom to the rise of regional despotism under slave owners who created a culture and society centered on Democrat Dominion over the southern states. That eventually morphed into the Confederate States of America in 1861 and challenged the United States of America for complete dominion in the Civil War. At the core of the Confederacy were the Democrat lawmakers who were or who worked for the slave owners and masters of the economy of slavery.

In 2021, Americans have come full circle within these two historical loops as the Republic has been returned to despots and to the same political party that thrived upon extreme control over the population under their dominion. Maybe that’s why the voting machines were named ‘Dominion’ as the name bears the goal.

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