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FULL TEXT OF REV. FREDERICK A.

LUCAS JR’s
BLACK RACIST INVOCATION SPEECH AT MAYOR DE
BLASIO’S INAUGURATION JANUARY 1, 2014

Let us pray, Oh God, on this first day of January the
anniversary of the first Emancipation Proclamation sound forth the
trumpets of heaven proclaiming a new Emancipation
Proclamation in New York City. Empower these your servants
here assembled, Mayor De Blasio, Public Advocate James,
Comptroller Stringer to help set captives free from all the vestiges
of bondage and limitations upon who we are and who we can be.
For your divine leadership emancipate every New Yorker from the
shackles of fear futility frustration from poverty homelessness
helplessness. Help us to be mastered only by the masters of love
and compassion, wisdom and determination. Let integrity never
stand on the auction block or be sold to the highest bidder. Free
us from the shackles of partisan politics political correctness and
personal egos and agendas.

Deliver us from evil and lead them not into all of the
temptations and intoxications that shall abound. Oh God, end the
civil wars and usher in a new Reconstruction Era that builds upon
the many successes and achievements of yesterday while
proclaiming the beginning of a new beginning. Let the plantation
called New York City be the city of God, a city set upon the hill, a
light shining in darkness. Elevate our valleys. Make low our
mountains. Make our crooked places straight and our rough
places smooth. Oh God, oh God, oh God, break every chain,
break every chain, break every chain. This we ask in the name of
the mayor of the universe the people’s advocate who was
wounded for our transgressions and bruised for our inequities.
The comptroller who owns the cattle upon a thousand hills. In
God’s holy name we pray and together we say Amen.
CONTENT ANALYSIS BY A. J. WEBERMAN
Let us pray, Oh God, on this first day of January the
anniversary of the first Emancipation Proclamation1
sound forth the trumpets of heaven proclaiming a new
Emancipation Proclamation in New York City.
Well if I’ll be a monkey’s uncle? We have been living under
slavery here in New York City and Mayor Bloomberg is the
plantation owner. So we need a new Emancipation Proclamation
to let the blacks become free. Free to do what? Turn New York
City into Newark or Detroit? Destroy the public school system?
Cover the city with graffiti? Have several baby moms?

The Emancipation Proclamation was issued on the 22 of September and went into
effect on January 1. So September 22 is the real date it was issued.
1.

Empower these your servants here assembled, Mayor
De Blasio, Public Advocate James, Comptroller Stringer
to help set captives free from all the vestiges of
bondage and limitations upon who we are and who we
can be.
So it is the fault of the white racists that blacks have not advanced
economically in New York City, in fact it is a conspiracy that has
set limitations upon them and what they could be in the world. If it
were not for white racism all blacks would be rocket scientists.
Remember the word “comptroller” it will come up again as a code
word for Jew as Stringer is Jewish.
For your divine leadership emancipate every New
Yorker from the shackles of fear futility frustration from
poverty, homelessness, helplessness. Help us to be
mastered only by the masters of love and compassion,
wisdom and determination.
Lucas says he wants God to help every New Yorker but I doubt if
those living on Museum Mile would appreciate being liberated
from the shackles of poverty and homelessness. Help the blacks
overthrow their capitalist masters and base a civilization on love
instead of greed. Redistribute the wealth not according to what
you contribute to society but just because you are there.
Let integrity never stand on the auction block or be sold
to the highest bidder.
Tell it to the numerous black politicians who have been busted for
corruption such Malcolm A. Smith of Queens and John L.
Sampson of Brooklyn, who are former leaders of the Senate
Democrats — as well as a black assemblyman, Eric A.
Stevenson, a Bronx Democrat.

Tell it to Charlie Rangel who keeps getting re-elected in Harlem
despite his record of corruption. Lucas doesn’t have to tell whites,
whites have to tell him.
Free us from the shackles of partisan politics political
correctness and personal egos and agendas.
Make us into revolutionaries instead of the traditional political
hacks; make us not have to follow political correctness of the
rhetoric of non-violence and ego trips and personal greed.
Deliver us from evil and lead them not into all of the
temptations and intoxications that shall abound. Oh
God, end the civil wars and usher in a new
Reconstruction Era that builds upon the many
successes and achievements of yesterday while
proclaiming the beginning of a new beginning.
What Civil Wars? The Civil War ended. It was the most costly in
American history but that was not good enough for Lucas who
wants a new Reconstruction Era. The Reconstruction Era in the
South was hard on the whites of all economic backgrounds. It
spawned the KKK. The Civil Rights Movement was okay but
something more is needed where the whites pay for the sins of
their ancestors assuming their families went that far back.
Let the plantation called New York City be the city of
God, a city set upon the hill, a light shining in darkness.
Elevate our valleys. Make low our mountains. Make our
crooked places straight and our rough places smooth.
Oh God, oh God, oh God, break every chain, break
every chain, break every chain.

Make the slave enclave of New York City a light shining in
darkness? Lucas and his black supremacist brother would make it
like Detroit where the main power grid failed and downtown
Detroit was in darkness. Lucas wants a Marxist revolution.
Elevate run down neighborhoods, lower the safety and
cleanliness of neighborhoods for the rich. “Make our crooked
places straight” get rid of crack dealers “make our rough places
smooth.” Stop the shootings in Housing Projects. Oh God help us
break every bicycle chain….
This we ask in the name of the mayor of the universe
the people’s advocate who was wounded for our
transgressions and bruised for our inequities. The
comptroller who owns the cattle upon a thousand hills.
In God’s holy name we pray and together we say
Amen.
Remember the first part of his speech where he mentioned the
Mayor, the Public Advocate and the Comptroller. Now he invokes
the Mayor, people’s advocate or public advocate and the
Comptroller. But look what he has to say about the Comptroller:
He and the other Jews own most of the wealth. Lucas rephrases
the Psalms of David 50:10 “for every animal of the forest is mine,
and the cattle on a thousand hills.” “Together” we say Amen? He
just gave a racist speech and now he wants “togetherness.”