The Reverend Doctor Martin Luther King Jr. Ever So Viciously Delivers A Shame Inducing aka Humiliating Kick In The Crotch To Big Fat U*U Hypocrites. . .
"The end of violence or the aftermath of violence is bitterness. The aftermath of nonviolence is reconciliation and the creation of a beloved community. A boycott is never an end within itself. It is merely a means to awaken a sense of shame within the oppressor but the end is reconciliation, the end is redemption."
In a brand spanking new 'news from the underground' blog post entitled -
White Flour: Equipping Children to Fight Hatred
which presents Rev. Dave's take on 'White Flour', David LaMotte’s second children’s book, with illustrations by Jenn Hales, which, in Rev. Dr. Seussian style rhyme, tells the funny and inspiring story of the day that the Ku Klux Klan met the Coup Clutz Clowns, who offered a whimsical and wise retort to their racist rally. The poem that provides the text for the book was inspired by true events in Knoxville, TN in 2007. It is a 36-page hard-cover book, printed in Canada on Forest Stewardship Council-certified recycled paper with over 10% post-consumer content, and will also be released in several eBook formats.
End enlightened self-interest plagU*Urism of online publicity for 'White Flour'. . .
Herewith, without further Big Fat U*U Ado, is the plagU*Urized parody version of that particular Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. quotation which I posted as a comment in response to Rev. Dave's blog post -
An Emerson Avenger blog post is never an end within itself. It is merely a means to awaken a sense of shame within the oppressor but the end is reconciliation, the end is redemption.
Needless to say U*Us need to follow aka click on the embedded links to "get it". :-)
As an added bonus, here is a YouTube video of David LaMotte reading his children's poem 'White Flour' in Rev. Dr. Seussian style rhyme -
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As yet another Big Fat U*U Bonus, here is The Emerson Avenger's "fair use" parody photograph of his plagU*Urized version of that particular Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. quotation -