While the lips of most white preachers in Murfreesboro appear to be sealed, at least in public, with regards to the Bible theme park issue that has created such a fuss among the citizenry, the same seems to apply to most in business. The politicians, for the most part, pretend they have yet to make up their minds, or so they want folks to believe.
However, most aren’t fooled one bit about what most of these leaders are thinking. When it comes to money, all three of these groups are planning to establish the Bible park here in Rutherford County, by hook or by crook. For as this writer/minister believes, as do many other blacks, the true god of white folks is money.
So money, in the form of a lawsuit filed against all involved in bringing such a park to the county, will be used to try to bring them to their senses, prior to going forward with what would be psychologically damaging to black people, due to the lies that are sure to be portrayed in the representation of Jesus and other Biblical characters in the form of pictures, statues, figurines and other literature, by displaying them as white, which, according to most historians, scholars, anthropologists and other scientists, is not true. Many were black, with others a mixture of black and white, and not the complexion portrayed by white Christians, which black psychiatrists readily agree has done great harm to black people.
But no more. This writer and the TruthSeekers organization will not stand by and permit further damage by a huge “playground” that promotes lies for profit.
We call on the silent preachers of the white churches, money-seeking entrepreneurs and the “slick willies” of the city council, county commission and state and federal legislatures to stand up and speak publicly to this park issue now rather than playing dodgeball with citizens seeking to corner them for answers now, before the walls of Jericho start going up in the middle of the night.
?The Rev. George Brooks