Today’s visionary, not yesterday’s celebrity

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January 16, 2011
Our Future Blog
by Richard (RJ) Eskow  
Posted in Commentary, PND Commentary

"You might be forgiven for thinking that everybody liked and admired Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. while he was alive -- except maybe for a few angry old white people down South, who later realized the errors of their ways and were very sorry. The media have been so reluctant to convey Dr. King's true message that Glenn Beck can claim to have inherited his mantle and millions of people believe him. They're so afraid of telling his truth that a Pentagon official can claim that the recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, the spiritual heir to Gandhi's mantle of nonviolence, would have supported the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan." (01/16/11)  

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