Bob Whitaker's Weekly Articles  –  January 15, 2005


January 15, 2005  –  Out With the Old, In With the New

January 15, 2005  –  Happy Ho-beating Days?

January 15, 2005  –  In Spirit and in Truth

January 15, 2005  –  Just Because



Fun Quote:

What would Martin Luther King have made of Condoleezza Rice?

An unwed mother?

-- Badonicus

 

Out With the Old, In With the New

 

Now that the "holidays" are over, we can get down to the true Holy Day of America's state religion. Yes, today is the orthodox Martin Luther King birthday. Martin Luther King is the god of America's state religion.

Now those of you who have read Why Johnny Can't Think may recall that in my chapter Who Is The God Of America's Established Religion? I explained that it was Hitler. See for yourself by downloading the free sample eBook at ReadBob.com. Is ole Bob contradicting himself? Not at all.

In order to get Christians and those shaped by Christian values in America to change their religion, the left couldn't immediately take them away from the worship of the good Christian God to the evil leftist god Hitler. No, they needed a "good" leftist god. That god is Martin Luther King.

 

Happy Ho-beating Days?

 

The drive to wipe out the name of Christmas because of its Christian origins has become so obvious that some Jews were mentioning it in the media. Even a few respectable conservatives were allowed a mild protest. "Happy Holidays" is the mantra of the PC crowd. Of course, everyone is expected to give Hanukkah equal billing with Christmas. Hanukkah was historically a minor Jewish holiday, but because they wanted "equal time" with Christians, it has been inflated all out of proportion.

Kwanzaa is completely ridiculous, but that doesn't prevent it from being shoved down our throats.

But what about Martin Luther King Day? Is there any move afoot to tone it down for those who might be offended, as Jews and Blacks supposedly are by Christmas? Or to allow those of "other faiths" to choose their own holiday?

How about "Great Leaders Day" where everyone can celebrate great leaders of their own people? So Southerners could go back to their Lee - Jackson celebrations.

Right.

 

In Spirit and in Truth

 

The Bible recounts a time in ancient Babylon when everyone was required to bow and worship the king, Nebuchadnezzar, as their god.

Today, Martin Luther King is the "king," the god of the new "America." There will be no toning down Martin Luther King Day. At his name, every knee must bow.

Jesus taught that we were to worship God not in word, but in deed. The little Sunday school song that says, "and they'll know we are Christians by our love" is a way of pointing this out.

It is a very simple concept. What a man believes is made plain by what he does. Theologians seem to have trouble explaining this in simple terms, but it is easy enough for a child to understand. Jesus did what He taught, He "practiced what He preached." He was a living example of His teachings.

Martin Luther King was also a living example of his teachings. Namely, that it doesn't matter what you do, if you articulate the right ideology.

See May 15, 1999 - WORDISM

The Pharisees worked tirelessly to catch Jesus in one little contradiction so they could destroy Him. The friends and promoters of MLK write openly about his sordid life. FBI and other government files on MLK's private life were so embarrassing that they were officially sealed for fifty years and will probably never be released.

But I have worked on the inside and have reliable word that one of the most embarrassing facts contained in those files is that MLK was like OJ Simpson. That is, after he got into the big-time, Martin Luther King would not touch a woman who wasn't all white, and that included his wife.

It doesn't make any difference to his legacy. But there is a reason they won't open those files and it can't be good. It certainly isn't fitting for a "god."

 

Just Because

 

When little children are asked why they did something, they will often answer, "Just because." No adult would take that for a serious answer.

When the left demanded "equality" and "civil rights" in the name of Martin Luther King, they didn't have to give a serious reason. They said, "Just because!"

Booker T. Washington said that Blacks should improve themselves and work to become so valuable to Whites that they would become indispensable. Martin Luther King said, "Just because!"

The apostle Paul taught the early Christians that they should lead lives of such good example that they would be accepted by those around them. Martin Luther King said, "Just because!"

Conservatives are constantly whining, "Why are they promoting queer marriage? Why won't Bush stop this massive immigration?"

I tell them to go ask a three-year-old.





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