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What Is The Matter With You False Prophet?

YOUR STATEMENT: God has a divine and better life for the Black American race. God is about to give Black Americans our own country. No better salvation can God give the Black American race than to give a piece of land out of the White’s America’s USA; from the northern of Tenn. and NC into the Gulf of Mexico and from the middle of the Mississippi River into the Atlantic Ocean will become Black America’s country plus 3 trillion dollars.

MY REPLY: Harry, what have you done to bring about God's plans? By the way HARRY, don't you already live in The Promise Land? Moses never step one foot in the Promise Land, not one foot.

YOUR STATEMENT: Black American must follow a Black American leader that has a guarantee logical positive concept and having a country of our own cannot get any logical and positive.

MY REPLY: I know for a FACT that this statement is NOT talking about your worthless, old decrepit ass because you are not logical or positive. You have not did a thing but talk and you have not backed up a thing you have said YET, WHY?

The reason is quite simple. There is no truth in your words. Case in point: "HARRY, name your major accomplishments at is known in American history? I want to get this question, answered.

YOUR STATEMENT: Dr. King’s Dream speech could not make us a free and sovereign people in a country of our own; the Dream speech makes us beggars and that is why God was not with Dr. King. God is with me, Christ Harry because I have everything right since what I have I got from God!

MY REPLY: Did you see the photo's of The Washington Mall when Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. preached that "I Have A Dream" speech? I saw The American people both Black and White people who came from all across this nation to fill up that place, as far as the eye can see and now you have the nerve to say God was not with Dr. King, this is 🙈🙉🐵 BULL.

QUICK QUESTION HARRY: Where in public history did you inspire our people to come and here you, WHERE? Can you answer that question HARRY? Give me the time and the place where your chain of events took place?

YOUR STATEMENT: Remember me, Christ Harry; I am the way, the truth and the light! No Black American can come unto God but by me.

WHAT HAVE YOU DONE FOR THE BLACK AMERICAN PEOPLE?

YOUR STATEMENT: Dr. King and Elijah will be mentioned in our own bible when we get around to writing it.

Did God tell you to write a Bible for The Black people In America? The last time I asked you this question, has been a while now and you told me that you have finished TWO Pages, what was the content of those two pages HARRY?

If God told you to write, then what are you waiting for, who in the HELL do you think you are? What you are saying is GOD can wait until you get ready to write his words to The Black American. So, now you can tell GOD to wait? WOW!!!

YOUR WORDS: Dr. King was blind and ignorant to the fact that prophets are racially different he wouldn’t have been on the wrong path claiming the Jewish Jesus as his Lord and Savior!

MY REPLY: Dr. King had enough sight to know what brought him to a time and place in The early 60's and the reason why. Now here going you Harry, doing the things of HEATHENS, by down play our God sent Black People, to make up our History and achievements in this land of Freedom.

#1 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. led the Montgomery Bus Boycott

On December 1, 1955 an African American woman named Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat for a white person and was arrested due to the racial segregation laws. This led to the Montgomery Bus Boycott which was planned by E.D. Nixon and led by Martin Luther King. The boycott lasted for 385 days. During this time King was arrested, his home was bombed and he was subjected to personal abuse and threats. The protest ended on December 20, 1956 with the US Supreme Court ruling that segregation on public buses was unconstitutional.

#2 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was the first President of SCLC

Inspired by the bus boycott, King, along with other civil rights activists, founded the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) in 1957 to coordinate their efforts. King was the president of SCLC till his assassination in 1968. The SCLC had a large role in the American Civil Rights Movement.

#3 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. led the Birmingham Campaign

Till the 1960s Birmingham was one of the most racially divided cities in US. Black citizen’s faced discrimination both legally and culturally. In early 1963 King started a movement against this which is known as the Birmingham Campaign. When the campaign ran low on adult volunteers, it recruited young students and even children. The campaign gained nationwide attention when the Birmingham Police Department, led by Eugene “Bull” Connor, used high-pressure water jets and police attack dogs on the children. The movement ended with Connor losing his job and the municipal government changing the city’s discriminatory laws.

#4 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was instrumental in organizing The Great March on Washington

King represented SCLC and was one of the leaders of the ‘Big Six’ civil rights organizations who organized the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. The march took place in Washington, D.C. on August 28, 1963. It was a resounding success with over 250,000 participants, making it was one of the largest political rallies for human rights in US history. It motivated other marches and laid the stepping stone to the passage of Civil Rights Act (1964).

#5 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. speech intensified the Civil Rights Movement

During the March on Washington, Martin Luther King delivered the famous ‘I Have a Dream’ speech from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial to a gathering of over 250,000 people. In the speech’s most famous passage, King departed from written text at Mahalia Jackson’s cry: “Tell them about the dream, Martin!” The speech is considered the defining moment of the American Civil Rights Movement. It was ranked the top American speech in a 1999 poll of scholars.

#6 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was Time Magazine’s Man of the Year in 1963

In its January 1964 issue, Time named Martin Luther King, Jr., ”Man of the Year” for 1963 recognizing him as a fearless leader who fought to bring equality in America. He was the first African American recipient of this honor. Martin saw it not as a personal honor but as a tribute to the civil rights movement.

#7 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was behind African Americans getting basic civil rights

Martin Luther King organized and led many marches for the voting right of blacks, desegregation, labor rights and other basic civil rights. His efforts bore fruit when the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the 1965 Voting Rights Act were passed and most of these rights were enacted into law.

#8 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. became the youngest recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize

On October 14, 1964, King received the Nobel Peace Prize for leading non-violent resistance to racial prejudice in the U.S. At the age of thirty-five, he was the youngest recipient of the award at the time.

#9 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. achieved success using non-violent methods of protest

King was inspired by Mahatma Gandhi’s success with non-violent activism. His trip to India made him understand non-violent resistance better and he was convinced that that was the way forward for achieving civil rights for American blacks. King was hugely successful in achieving his goals through civil disobedience and other such practices. This enhanced the stature of non-violent methods of protest throughout the world.

#10 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. became the symbolic leader of African Americans

From 1957 till his assassination, King traveled over six million miles and spoke over twenty-five hundred times, appearing wherever there was injustice. He led many protests and wrote five books and several articles. He was renowned worldwide as the symbolic leader of African Americans.

HARRY, these are the life long accomplishment of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. as the LORD was with that man to free up voting rights, rights to sit anywhere on the BUS and a lot more for his people.

Now I invite you to list your life accomplishment because our people don't know what you stand for.

Take this moment and speak to your people on your accomplishment, take your time but HURRY UP.



Posted By: Deacon Ron Gray
Monday, January 20th 2020 at 3:49PM
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HARRY, I know that you will act like you don't see that blog but fear not HARRY, I am sure you can handle this logical questions, since you want to compare your life accomplishments.

You started a blog with your attempt to match your accomplishments but I won't even repeat that one.

Now you are also welcome to make your comments on the same blog the information is on.

HARRY, did you see that photo of Americans both Black and White as far as the eye can see, who came out to hear Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.?

Now your list of accomplishments for the Black American's is what?


Tuesday, January 21st 2020 at 10:57AM
Deacon Ron Gray
The people on Black In America is waiting to hear from you and only a true Black Prophet from GOD would not run from his people's questions.

Now are you truthy a prophet sent to the American Black people by GOD? If you are, God has prepared you with his words and prepared you serve the people with God's wisdom, and how he prepared you for this task of answering the peoples questions and so far I have seen nothing...

Now the sad part about that is, you have not shown me or our people on Black In America your accomplishments to the Black community, WHY?


Tuesday, January 21st 2020 at 11:41AM
Deacon Ron Gray
WOW!!! Harry, I took you on, concept against concept, paragraph by paragraph and line by line and you can't man-up to rebut a thing I said about you own words. You words Harry, feel like the words of a very lonely man.

I remember a phrase that my Grandmother would said: "If you will LIE, YOU!!! will steal." Harry, have you heard that before?


Tuesday, January 21st 2020 at 4:56PM
Deacon Ron Gray
Harry did you see that photo at the top of this blog? God was with Dr.Martin Luther King Jr. for this to happen, that day of the "I Have A Dream" speech?

"I Have a Dream" is a public speech that was delivered by American civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr. during the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom on August 28, 1963, in which he called for civil and economic rights and an end to racism in the United States.


Thursday, January 23rd 2020 at 12:24PM
Deacon Ron Gray
As you can see, HARRY is not going to back-up his own words on just about everything that joker has said here on Black In America.

Would you trust a man like this?



Sunday, February 9th 2020 at 6:58PM
Deacon Ron Gray
Harry, Would you trust anyone that can't back-up his own words on just about everything that this person has said here on Black In America?


Wednesday, February 12th 2020 at 4:38PM
Deacon Ron Gray
Harry, Would you trust anyone that can't back-up his own words?


Friday, February 14th 2020 at 4:02PM
Deacon Ron Gray
HARRY, these are the life long accomplishment of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. as the LORD was with that man to free up voting rights, rights to sit anywhere on the BUS and a lot more for his people.

Now I invite you to list your life accomplishment because our people don't know what you stand for.

Take this moment and speak to your people on your accomplishment, take your time but HURRY UP.

I see that you have RAN LIKE HELL OF THIS TRUTH AS WELL, WHY?

Friday, July 24th 2020 at 9:55AM
Deacon Ron Gray
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