Remember The Dream speech

January Monday 21st of 2019
Martin Luther King, Jr.

So Martin Luther King would celebrate his 90th birthday today his name is the most powerful name in history. I’m dreaming of future of the Country.

“The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy”

Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere

There are Martin Luther King’s quotes there’s the man that stood in a sea of other men and spoke the dream speech. This is the truth about this whole thing I stand behind I stand beside the man who Stood Beside other men who marched on Washington who believed in Injustice and unfair was the key to making it right who stood up for the wrongs of America now it is our turn to stand up for the wrongs of America. Don’t let the dream get behind you when you’re running towards it we all have equal opportunity rights and all those rights are most evident in the long run. We cannot for any reason by Temptation by design by misunderstanding allow the people of the government to sit on their butts and do nothing and get paid. We need to stand up for what we believe in and protect our country and protect our rights as human beings. This means that we need to get that wall built on the southern border and protect our country from MS-13 from the wild out of control lawlessness that is in Mexico and get it under control here.

Martin Luther King is a man with means is a man with priorities and his honest priority was to build a connection with the United States his on his priority was to take away slavery and to create jobs to create a life to create a dream for America and in order to have that dream we must protect America and protect the people who live here are police are firefighters are men and women who put on the uniform every day to save our life and other lives around us.

Rest in peace Mr. Martin Luther King jr.

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