Sunday, April 08, 2007

when silence is betrayal

Timeless truth from Martin Luther King.


Blogger Red7Eric said...

Brilliant, just ... brilliant. Plus ca change, plus ca same $#!t. I just listened to the whole thing. So nobody can say that I didn't go to church on Easter Sunday.

(Can I get a witness?)

April 08, 2007 2:05 PM  
Anonymous lynette said...

i'm your witness. it was my church for the day too :-) a great man and such profound words for these times. i guess all truths are constant.

April 08, 2007 2:42 PM  
Blogger more cowbell said...

Mine too. Goosebumps.

April 08, 2007 8:23 PM  
Anonymous Tater said...

That was fabulous. Even as a small child, my heart sank at his death. Our government has the blood of an angel on their hands. This was my church too. "while we create a hell for the poor..." As a citizen of the world, I am so ashamed of our country, and the fact we let this ASSHOLE sieze power and lead us to this sad state. I am mostly a peaceful person by nature, and it's a sad state when I wish for tragedy to befall another human being. I am praying for lightening bolts... We still can't even muster the rocks to impeach this monster, and jail his keeper Darth Cheney. Simply disgraceful that congressional leaders are such fucking cowards. I guess their corporate sponsers drew a line in the sand against impeachment.

April 08, 2007 8:53 PM  
Anonymous Kamrin said...

So timeless and so beautiful. I was not alive during Vietnam, but I have seen the after-effects and I do not wish them on anyone! Thank you for sharing such a wonderful message!

April 09, 2007 12:10 PM  

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