Letter from Birmingham Piggly Wiggly

Yes, imagine that.

Imagine it 29 times.

2 thoughts on “Letter from Birmingham Piggly Wiggly

  1. nooneithinkisinmytree

    Turley and every Murdoch conservative racist require a beating on one of those Canada/U.S. crossborder bridges like John Lewis endured if the former aspire to racial martyrdom, which apparently they do.

    Martin Luther King was murdered by Turley’s forebears.

    Too bad racist Turley and company can’t have a sit down with Malcolm X, say, circa 1959, to have the latter explain what is coming to them at this very late date for their “redemptive suffering”. Malcolm would dispense with the wonderful rhetoric of King’s, which today’s racist subhuman conservative movement has appropriated for its own racist ends.

    “He (Malcolm X) also criticized the mainstream civil rights movement, challenging Martin Luther King, Jr.’s central notions of integration and nonviolence. Malcolm argued that more was at stake than the civil right to sit in a restaurant or even to vote—the most important issues were Black identity, integrity, and independence. In contrast to King’s strategy of nonviolence, civil disobedience, and redemptive suffering, Malcolm urged his followers to defend themselves “by any means necessary.”

    The State of Texas must be treated by the U.S Government, which is constitutionally sworn to protect me against enemies foreign and domestic, like Putin is treating the Ukraine, except not to bring them closer to us, but to expel them by military force from the Union.

    Maybe Texas can invite UN troops in to protect them.


    Christianity, and every other major world religion, including Nazism and Communism, is (are) the worst practitioner(s) of cancel culture in world history. Its deadly and tacky, grifting American viral variant is spreading pandemically and they aren’t going to be satisfied with their own righteous, suicidal martyrdom … they will make the rest of us their victims.

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