NOTE: What follows is my letter to the editor of the DESERET NEWS in Salt Lake City, Utah, which for rather obvious reasons, they probably will NOT publish.
Just now, at the "Sipsey Street Irregulars" web site, owned and operated by Mike Vanderboegh, I read that Attorney General Eric Holder, "of African-American descent", will be speaking on Friday 13 January 2012 in West Valley City, Utah at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Human Rights Commission luncheon, currently scheduled for 1130 Hours at the Utah Cultural Celebration Center.
Hmmmm - - - Friday the Thirteenth?
According to the news report, which was obtained from "The Examiner" web site, where it was written and posted by Salt Lake City native, Alison Peek, event organizers are seeking a larger facility, due to the expectation of massive crowds.
In response, political protest demonstrations and "nonviolent"(?) disruptions are being encouraged.
In my own mind, I see a number of things wrong with both the planned event and the posted Internet news report.
Yes, although hardly anyone will admit it, there is a huge racial aspect to this formal speaking engagement.
The biggest problem of all is freedom of expression, allegedly one of our unalienable rights guaranteed by Amendment I of The Constitution of The United States of America, for in today's contemporary society, we are cursed with the compulsory Marxist doctrine of "politically correct" speech.
A fine example of that problem is the question of whether or not this letter to the editor can be published in its entirety within the pages of this or any other newspaper.
But, that doesn't matter, as I am blessed to have my own personal web site on the Internet, so that even if my unpopular and controversial opinions are rejected by the mainstream mass media, folks all around the world can still read my thoughts regarding this and various other subjects.
First of all, I just read Eric Holder's biography.
He was born in Bronx, New York, so he is NOT an African-American.
It is wrong to refer to black people as "African-American", since many persecuted white refugees from Africa have become our true African-Americans.
Second, Eric Holder is currently under congressional investigation and is known to be responsible for the smuggling of firearms into Mexico, which were used to murder many, many Mexican citizens, plus murdering at least one, and possibly more United States citizens.
There's even an unproven allegation that Eric Holder was involved in a failed FBI sting operation which led to the bombing of the Murrah Federal Office Building in Oklahoma City (for which I continue to hold our federal government responsible for having placed a child care center in a military target).
Third, the celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s birthday is a travesty, since he was a plagiarist, fraud, con artist, adulterer, communist, and a criminal, who spent his last hours on Earth drunk and beating up white prostitutes.
I also blame him, among numerous others, for unnecessarily causing additional American military casualties by prolonging the war in Viet Nam and further aggravating the racial conflicts within the military ranks.
I reckon I ought to know, having personally lived through all those years of the 'Sixties, and served in Viet Nam.
Martin Luther King, Jr. wasn't even his real name, was it?
Ironically, he did get one thing right, which now puts all black people, guilty or innocent, under the embarrassing glare of the same brilliant spotlight.
He wanted black people to be judged, not for the color of their skin, but for "the content of their character".
Lo, and behold, every day, we see more and more news reports detailing the "content of their character", and its stark contrast to the behavior of other racial and/or ethnic groups.
It's time someone started telling the truth about race and political correctness, and it seems that, at the moment, that is only happening on the Internet.
Possibly because of fear of mob violence or government tyranny, the mainstream mass media sure isn't doing it.
All men are not equal, and all races are not the same, and there is nothing wrong with being racially prejudiced.
Our inner sense of racial prejudice, reinforced by personal observation and experience, is a natural instinct given to us by our Almighty God for our personal protection.
I do hope that when Eric Holder appears in Utah, that someone will request that he address the Constitutional issues surrounding the National Defense Authorization Act, the U.S.A. P.A.T.R.I.O.T. Act, and the abuses of the DHS, the TSA, and the BATFE bureaucracies.
Yes, in this particular instance, at the very least, organized protests and disruptions, whether peaceful or not, are certainly justified and appropriate.
I just wish I could be there to do my part, insignificant, minute, and futile though it might be.
John Robert Mallernee
Armed Forces Retirement Home
Gulfport, Mississippi 39507