Rev Dante Murphy Speaks Out–Loud and Clear!! Black Community and NAACP a Disgrace to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr!! Comment by Rev. Dante Murphy-Report and commentary by Robert A. Williams

Rev. Dante Murphy has again made a comment on a recent article that deserves the full attention of Cleveland County citizens and readers. In my opinion, Rev. Murphy did not go far enough with his statement. The vast majority of the white community are also exploited by Shelby politicians, just by different methods, dirty tricks and lies. And, of course, pitting the white community against the black community to help cover-up the corruption and graft. As well as keeping the Country Club good-ole-boys (and girls) in control.

    Rev. Murphy’s Comment:

Mayor Stan Anthony and Rev. Charles Webber recently met with the Cleveland County NAACP. This reminds me of the appearances Mr. Eddie H. (Holbrook) used to make around election time to smooth the black community over to gain support. Blacks and minorities should be outraged when pastors and community leaders allow such exploitation. It is bad enough to remain silent, but a pure embarrassment to be used in such a vicious way.

NAACP members should have demanded an explanation of the pending lawsuit involving discrimination and defamation charges against city (actually against Mr. Willie Green). For a former NFL professional football player to go through a lawsuit without the support of the faith community and civil rights organizations is a pure disgrace to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and other civil rights icons.

Folks, stay tuned for more information about Mr. Willie Green’s Lawsuit against the City of Shelby and Rick Howell individually. Presently the city and Rick Howell have filed three frivolous Motions to Dismiss the discrimination and defamation lawsuit. This is certainly in hopes of finding a loophole to crawl into instead of admitting to what they have done. The first two Motions to Dismissed have been denied by a Federal Judge and a hearing on the third is coming soon. I have included the Lawsuit and other information in previous articles and other articles are forthcoming. As I stated, stay tuned.

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Jasmine Bell

As an African American and member of the local faith community it’s sad that a pastor would place two groups of people in a box and say that they should be disgraced for not standing behind Mr. Green. There is a local athletic group in Cleveland County, Kings Mountain specifically that has had the support of the community to build a facility and have made great strides over the years to have fund raisers and community donations to purchase land and move forward. This project will actually benefit the community and no one individual will reap the benefits. If any… Read more »

Rev. Dante' Murphy

Jasmine Bell is to be commended for the response to my statements as that is what free speech in America is all about. A few observations: 1) With the amount of social media at our disposal there are so many missed opportunities for persons to speak out for and against issues that are important in our society. 2) J. B. brings to light an historic dilemma among the African American community and the plight for justice and equality; that is, the late Dr. King expressed in his famous writing “Letter from Birmingham Jail” that pastors throughout the nation were divided… Read more »

Clyde Edgerton

Reverend Murphy understands that there are people of all colors who work together to fight the systemic causes of racism—to fight racial injustice. Many are willing to talk the walk but not willing to walk the walk. Reverend Murphy walks the walk, daily. Many are willing to talk racial reconciliation but not live daily for racial justice. Reverend Murphy understands that there can be no racial reconciliation without racial justice. His steadfast determinism, his principled stands against a sometimes cheap and fake peace between the races should be applauded by all people who hold high the precious memory of Martin… Read more »

Rev. Dante Murphy

Dr. Edgerton, thanks for your kind words. As a widely known author and university professor I would think that you have benefited from white privilege. It is my hope and prayers that one day you and others like you will be moved to write about the exploitation of a few blacks in order to maintain that “cheap peace.” This is in no way intended to minimize the work that you have already done to promote social dignity for all human beings, but rather, to encourage those who benefit from white privilege to use that privilege to prevent what is happening… Read more »

Jasmine Bell

I applaud anyone who stands up for justice issues however the individual you speak of is currently on a personal vendetta mission regarding several different issues. I’ve had the pleasure of reviewing years up to the present day of his unsolicited emails to several individuals that have included threats, demands, and ultimatums that had absolutely nothing to do with justice. These emails were sent to several individuals by a bully sitting behind a computer monitor which is the person you speak of. Perhaps if any individual in Cleveland County or any county has an issue he may not be the… Read more »