Alveda King Gay Marriage
The NAACP did a great thing this week when they formally endorsed marriage equality. The NAACP has opposed and will continue to oppose any national, state, local policy or legislative initiative that seeks to codify discrimination or hatred into the law or to remove the Constitutional rights of LGBT citizens. We support marriage equality consistent with equal protection under the law provided under the Fourteenth Amendment of the United States Constitution. In other words, if you churches want to continue shading the gays, so be it, but as it pertains to state matters, the LGBT community ought to have the same rights and privileges as you straight couples. In the eyes of the self-appointed moral police, a civil rights group acknowledging that one of the biggest civil rights issue of our time is on par with spitting in the face of Jesus and stealing his wallet when he reaches for a towel to wipe himself off.
One of the first members of the regressive sect of the religious community is Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s niece, Alveda King, who bemoans the NAACP’s position and uses it to lend credence to the idea that the organization has lost its way. First of all, it’s quite rich to see someone who can speak at a Glenn Beck rally assail someone else for deviating from Dr. King’s message. Second, I’m not kin to Dr.
King, but I do know he never publicly bashed the gay community the way his niece routinely does. I also don’t conveniently forget that a gay man by the name of Bayard Rustin assisted King in organizing the very efforts that have afforded Alveda the luxury of having a platform to mouth off all this lunacy so openly. Not to mention, there’s no way of knowing how Dr. King – who has been suggested to not be a Biblical literalist ala Alveda – would have felt about the issue of marriage equality in 2012. Alveda King is free to feel however she chooses to about gay marriage; however, for much of her adult life, she’s used her last name to lend credence to her conservative viewpoints.
Viewpoints that often are bastardized accounts of her Dr. King’s political ideology.
MLK Niece Alveda King Called A ‘Liar’ For Attacking Gay Icon Bayard Rustin –
The extremely anti-gay Alveda King, in a carefully-worded statement on Tuesday had attacked the NAACP for their decision to publicly support same-sex marriage, and in response to several bloggers, including The New Civil Rights Movement, the younger King wrote some rather ugly comments in a press release on Wednesday. Master strategist Bayard Rustin was Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s organizer for the 1963 March on Washington, and his right-hand man for many years, but because he was gay, he has been hidden from history. Only in recent years has Rustin, posthumously, been receiving due attention. I was amused as to how you were suddenly anointed as a voice for the black community simply because you are Martin Luther King, Jr’s niece.
Ms. King, you like to talk about the so-called sin of homosexuality, but let me remind you that the Bible also says something against bearing false witness. Ms. King, it takes more than familial connections to make one a leader. A leader works his or her fingers to the bone for a cause.
A leader puts him or herself on the line more than once even though success of the cause may not be assured. Worst of all, none of your fame comes from anything you have done, but only due to the fact that you had the good fortune to be related to Martin Luther King, Jr. If you didn’t have this familial relation, no one would care about anything you say. Alveda King, married and divorced three times, preaches regularly against rights for the gay community and against rights for women. “Neither my great-grandfather an NAACP founder, my grandfather Dr. Martin Luther King, Sr.
an NAACP leader, my father Rev. A. D. Williams King, nor my uncle Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
embraced the homosexual agenda that the current NAACP is attempting to label as a civil rights agenda. Alveda King has in the past linked same-sex marriage equality to “genocide,â€ and for decades has fought to exclude the battle for LGBT rights from the civil rights movement her uncle embodied.
Advocating for the Unborn: An Interview with Dr. Alveda King
I was recently blessed to interview Dr. Alveda King, daughter of Rev. A.D. King and niece of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
She is a powerhouse in the pro-life community, working tirelessly to bring the horrors of abortion to light and to bring an end to the ongoing slaughter of millions of babies each year. She is passionate about not only ending abortion but also for carrying on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s dream of equality for all, including the unborn. As you’ll see, Dr. King reminds us that with God’s love, forgiveness, and help, we can still overcome this scourge.
Margaret Sanger had a very specific agenda in mind when she founded Planned Parenthood. Interestingly enough, we have discovered that throughout the history of abortion, since 1973 with Roe Vs Wade, that often in the Caucasian areas where most of the clientele was Caucasian, they would sometimes offer opportunities to help those young ladies keep their babies, but with the African American women it was always abortion. We do know that this genocidal eugenics plan has been in place by the testimony of some who used to work for Planned Parenthood but who have now left. Planned Parenthood’s Jaffe Memo from 1969 gave ideas and suggestions regarding population control. Planned Parenthood claims these were merely a list of suggestions and were never the policies of Planned Parenthood.
There is a global eugenics and genocide plan for those who have the wealth and human power to control the population to make an ideal world, to care for the planet, to care for the environment, and to have a smaller population and in their minds, a more worthy population. So there are many plans to control the population and to take over the planet but this is an age old plan, a human plan. There again, there is a divine plan where the love of God has enough provisions for all human beings. Dr. King hoped this interview would be published before Election Day so she could encourage us to vote for life.