Thursday, January 2, 2014

Minister Calls NYC a 'Plantation' During Race-Focused de Blasio Inauguration

More useful fools at work furthering Communism.

Race took center stage Wednesday at the inauguration of Mayor Bill de Blasio, with one minister who peppered his invocation with slavery references comparing New York City to a "plantation," and singer Harry Belafonte decrying racial injustices as "Dickensian."

“Let the plantation called New York City be the city of God, a city set upon the hill, a light shining in darkness,” Rev. Fred Lucas Jr., said during his invocation, according to video posted on the blog site Mediaite.

“Elevate our valleys. Make low our mountains. Make our crooked places straight and our rough places smooth. Oh God, oh God, oh God, break every chain, break every chain, break every chain.”

Furthering his slavery analogy, the cleric said:

“Oh God, on this first day of January–the anniversary of the first Emancipation Proclamation–sound forth the trumpets of heaven proclaiming a new Emancipation Proclamation in New York City.

More @ Newsmax

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