Monthly Archive: September 2017

Letter To A Southern Baptist Church beloved brothers, sisters and valued friends.
Let me start by offering you all a very sincere apology.  It has been too long since I have written.  I am in the middle of my second appeal.  I have been working very hard on proving my innocence and exposing the corruption of our broken justice system.  A very well respected and well known legal scholar has written about my case and the poor job my ex-lawyer did defending me.  It has set the legal world abuzz and could lead to the case being overturned – only by GOD’s mighty grace!  I feel Him working on my behalf.  More importantly than going home, I want to expose the racism and corruption and bring it from darkness to light.  Doing so is my duty as a Christian and an American; for by preventing others from suffering what I and countless others have experienced, l am following my LORD’s command: Love thy neighbor as ye love thyself.  People are getting lynched in the courtrooms of this country.  They are being brutalized by corruption, degraded by hate and hung by injustice.  Our brother Martin Luther King said “An attack on justice anywhere is an attack on justice everywhere.”  Amen!  Too many of us Christians sit idly by and watch what we know is wrong in silence.  And in so doing, we become accomplices to satan and his evil schemes.  It is not only people of color that this is happening to.  Poor white brothers and sisters are being lynched too.  Class-ism has always been one of the many vile faces of racism. (more…)

Murdered By Hate 6:1  “There is an evil which I have seen under the sun, and it is common among men”

Dearly beloved:
My GOD! MY GOD! MY GOD!  Please, Father, bring comfort to the family and friends of Heather Heyer.  Oh LORD, let her death not be in vain.  LORD, let the hate mongers fail and fall!  AMEN AND AMEN!!!

I send my most sincere and heartfelt condolences to the LOVED ones of Heather Heyer and all those who have suffered loss due to the wickedness of hate.  My beloved, I am angry, hurt and outraged over what is happening in the streets of America.  A brave and beautiful person named Heather Heyer was murdered by a confused, racist coward in Charlottesville, Virgina.  I am proud of Heather for standing up to racism.  I am proud that she was white and yet she stood up for people of color like me.  I am proud of her courage and patriotism.

As I sit here watching events unfold, I am struck by the fact that people are actually fighting to keep statues of American traitors and tyrants.  Why not put up a statue of Tim McVeigh?  He was a white supremacist terrorist traitor who attacked his own country just like the confederates.  It would be equal to the statues of confederates.  This is America and we ought not celebrate tyrants who seek to destroy what we stand for as a nation.  They should not be exalted. (more…)