His entire life's goal to bring about a peaceful and just civilization have failed.
|Sorry Francis Scott Key, but the flag of black nationalism now is flown in Baltimore, supplanting the racist American flag...|
All of his plans failed because the structure his idea was built upon was based on a false premise: that man was decent.
I've long believe your average white liberal believes just as fervently that men are equal as King Arthur believed man was decent, and thus his Camelot could exist in perpetual peace. Sadly, the bulk of white conservatives/patriots/2nd Amendment devotees also believe passionately in the concept of the equality of man.
It's hard to believe SBPDL was started almost six years as a joke between a few drunk friends and person insane enough to actually go on and finish the joke.
But it's my belief the key to success in life is to just show up.
Again and again.
Not only do you not know who will follow, but you never know who you'll inspire to lead.
Watching the madness unfold in 65 percent black Baltimore reminds me of the unfortunate position conservatives find themselves in, for they complete lack the vocabulary even comprehend what is unfolding in the city.
It might be sad, if it wasn't so hilarious to watch a city completely dominated politically by blacks working overtime to ensure future generations will study the events of 2015 Baltimore as a lesson in how the tide finally turned on the concept of the equality of man.
Many white liberals and conservatives will, like King Arthur in The Once and Future King, believe their idea of equality is still inherently good and serve as the foundation of any just society, without ever understanding how the primary premise America was built upon was flawed from the start.
We see in 65 percent black Baltimore - long ago the birthplace of the United States of America's National Anthem - the denouement of the equality of man concept, and it will be our job to survive the unraveling of this misguided belief.
Until then, events such as the false shooting of a black person by police officers, will serve as a reminder we are on the verge of a historic paradigm shift. [Tense moments in Baltimore as police arrest man with gun at riot intersection, ABC 7 Baltimore, 5-4-15]:
Days after riots crippled Baltimore, tensions again escalated after police said they arrested a man who appeared to be armed in a scuffle that drew a crowd of protesters who chanted "black community control the police!"
o the people of Baltimore and demonstrators across America, I heard your calls for, “No Justice, No peace. Your peace is sincerely needed as I work to deliver justice on behalf of this young man,” seemed to endorse the black riots/arson/looting/insurrection in Baltimore that destroyed 200 businesses, left more than 100 police officers injured, and forced the Baltimore Orioles to play the first empty stadium in Major League Baseball history.
It was part dance party, and part angry cry for justice. The day after six police officers were charged in the killing of Freddie Gray, at least 1,000 people converged on City Hall on Saturday for a largely celebratory "victory rally."
They danced in unison. They sang along to "Express Yourself" pumped over a loudspeaker. They registered dozens to vote.
It was a marked contrast to last weekend, when scattered looting and vandalism broke out downtown after a day of demonstrations. As the marchers made their way down Pennsylvania Avenue and Martin Luther King Boulevard on Saturday afternoon, it was clear that authorities had decided not to make a show of force.
At many points in the march, not a single police officer or National Guard soldier was in sight. As they marched, participants raised their voices in protest.
"Indict, convict, send those crooked cops to jail, the whole damn system is guilty as hell," they chanted.
Under the green-black-and-red flag of African nationalism, they sang: "We have to hold up the blood-stained banner, we have to hold it up until we die."
Hana Admassu, a social work student at the University of Maryland, Baltimore, said she was marching for "equality and a better society."
"This is not just about Freddie. It's about all the Freddies who died before him," she said.
The intersection of Pennsylvania and North avenue — the scene of tense standoffs between police and protesters on recent nights — became a more festive place as the cast of the musical "Marley" at Center Stage put on a free concert of the Jamaican reggae legends songs Saturday afternoon.
Mitchell Brunings led the cast in singing "Them Belly Full" and other Marley hits. Brunings said the only question was "how can we not" put on such a performance when Bob Marley was "the voice of the unheard."
"Bob Marley's music is in the right city at the right time for the right people," Brunings said.Back in 1814, Francis Scott Key wrote these words in the first verse of the Star Spangled Banner:
and the rockets' red glare, the bombs bursting in air,Gave proof through the night that our flag was still thereOn May 2, 2015, only 201 years after Key wrote what became our National Anthem, "Under the green-black-and-red flag of African nationalism...," blacks danced, sang, and challenged white police officers of the city of Baltimore to fights...
Two days later, perhaps still intoxicated on the joyous racial victory of whites, they chanted "black community control the police" to the Baltimore Police Department.
T.H White ended The Once and Future King with the hope King Arthur's story will be told to future generations and that it would motivate them in the pursuit of justice. Noble, but the story of Arthur is one fundamentally opposed to nature.
Such is the story of the white liberal and conservative, who still desperately cling to the belief men are equal. [Baltimore Received $1.8 Billion from Obama’s Stimulus Law: City burned despite ‘massive investment’ implemented by president, Washington Free Beacon, 5-4-15]
The American experiment is ending, and with it dies the American Dream.
We now move into the American Nightmare.