Now since all groups of people are still acting racist against African Blacks, the dream is inappropriate. The second thing Dr. King's dream was dependent upon was African Black people working together to demand humans do the right thing. As you can see, Number 2 above must come before Number 1 above. Since Number 1 has never happened and Number 2 hasn't happened since Dr. King, not only is Dr. King's version of a dream, inappropriate, it is suicidal to follow tactics based on a dream scenario, when all other groups are following tactics based on a nightmare scenario like Daffy Duck, it's mine, mine, all mine and like mad scientists who want to rule the world and keep everyone confined.
I'll say it again: The reason Dr. King was able to make that “Dream” speech was because black people were working together for the benefit of the African Black collective. Black people were not working together so other people can rise when those others are already above us and trying to keep us from rising. Dr. King was not able to make a Dream Speech because white people were working with black people or because white people wanted us to have “justice” or because any other group was trying to be decent.Come on now people! A dream is not supposed to remain a dream. It is supposed to become a reality.
As long as a dream is a dream, we are still asleep and sleep walking and sleep working and sleep thinking and sleep living large-ly lost.
A Different Approach To Reach The Same ConclusionDr. King did not fundamentally have a dream.
Dr. King fundamentally had a purpose (destiny). Dr. King was not about focusing on “I Have A Dream,” he was about focusing on “I Have A Destiny!”
When we focus on our destiny as African Black people, the way becomes clearer with each step we take that we already know we need to take. We know it because the African Spirit within us does not hesitate to show it.
This whole thing is not about us in the flesh being free but about our African Spirit being free which then frees the rest.
Now then, since we are spirit first and foremost, we must follow the destiny of spirit.
If Dr. King was physically alive today he would not be following his own dream.Dr. King would not be talking about getting along with other people. He would have given up on that experiment in the 70's, the 1870's. If we continue to follow the Dream Speech portion of Dr. King's destiny, without understanding and following the essence of that dream, then we have bastardized Dr. King's fundamental legacy and turned the dream into the horror movie sequel it was then and horror movie franchise it is today. As part of the Dream Speech, Dr. King talked about the table of brotherhood.
As part of the Reality Speech, Malcolm X told us you have to do more than be at the table to be an American or to be a citizen. You have to enjoy the same rights as all other Americans. (As always, this analogy applies to all black people in all countries who have abdicated their African Blackness for some other national identity, including the disjointed destructive country identities of each country in Africa) Dr. King was not hopelessly and forever in love with his own dream. He changed before and after giving that speech and could only say so much under the circumstances of those days and times. As Africans, we have forgotten how to speak and move in code, yet all other people are doing exactly just that using every form of slickery. And what do we do? We keep falling on our faces and behinds cause we don't seem to notice the okie dokes they speak and the false actions they carry out as merely a means to keep us believing in Dr. King's dream. We gotta stop misinterpreting Dr. King's dream. We have to understand “down, distance and situation.” Dr. King said his dream was “deeply rooted” in the American Dream. Dr. King was talking about the essence of the USA constitution. He was not talking about the essence of white supremacy that dictates the way America functions. The USA constitution says one thing, while white supremacy does the opposite. All other groups jump on the American bandwagon that is running straight up the crack of African backs. Dr. King was not talking about the American Dream the way white people want the society to be. No, Dr. King was talking about humanity the way civilization is supposed to be. Dr. King was talking about the first true meaning of the words of the USA constitution. This is what Dr. King's dream is deeply rooted in. It is not deeply rooted in an America that considers her grotesqueness as greatness in a good way. There is no humanity that does not honor African Blackness. There is no civilization that does not honor African Blackness. No not even in Africa. The American Dream back then and now is the disfigured, worm infested, rotten fruit of the human dream. It is the worst form of human character. We are at the heights of human sickness – which is why climate is changing to deal with the infections. I guarantee you today, Dr. King, Malcolm X, Booker T. Washington, W.E.B DuBois, Harriet Tubman, the “Maroons” and many others are all on the same page. They don't have any delusions about some dream that has anything to do with white folks and their wanna be color cousins, changing their behavior for the betterment of the world. If there is logic that tells us when and how to embrace a dream, then the law of balance tells us there is also logic that tells us when and how to let go of a dream. Wake Up Black People Out Of The Dream State Of Mind Lest We Die In Our Sleep, Eyes Open, Minds Closed, Fast Track To Sheol