On August 28th. 1963, some one hundred years after President Abraham Lincoln signed the emancipation proclamation freeing slaves, Martin Luther King climbed the marble steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC to deliver a speech that tells of his dream for Americans.
More than 200 thousand people of all races came to listen.
The roster of speakers came from every walk of life. And included labor leaders like Walther Reuther, clergy, and Hollywood stars such as Sidney Poitier and Marlon Brando. And folk singers, such as Joan Baez were also key speakers at the event. Although there were many speakers, each one given 15 minutes, the young leader of the southern Christian leadership conference, Martin Luther King junior stole the show that day.
He had originally prepared a short and somewhat formal speech about the sufferings and inequality which continued to plague the African American population. When was about to sit down, a woman, Mahalia Jackson, a gospel singer called out “tell them about your dream Martin”. This began the historical part of King’s speech, and the landmark statement of civil rights in America. That was in 1963.
In our modern world, decades later, it is estimated that there are still around thirty million slaves in this world of all colors, black, white, brown, young, and old. Technically speaking, all of humanity was a slave to a tyrannical world government for thousands of years. Slaves to a broken system that has nearly destroyed our beautiful planet.
May 2023 be the year we all *break free* as this “will be” the year when the deep state finally falls.
Our hope at nun is to see a world, not just Americans, where all of humanity is free from thousands of years of slavery and tyranny. We hope everyone grows and thrives in this new world we are creating together. May our children and grandchildren never see the world as we have. May their mind, bodies, and souls be filled with the light of the creator forever more. As the chains of darkness fall away, humanity is beginning to experience true freedom, may we never forget all that it has cost.
Remember, there is only one race, the human race.
The tyrannical world government created labels to keep us divided. Not just by color either, poor vs rich, one religion vs another, vax against the non-taxed, gay vs straight, and the list goes on and on. They knew all along “a united humanity would be their downfall”.
It is we the people, that have forgotten just how powerful we really are. Remember, if it is going to be it is up to me.