Sunday, December 25, 2011
Rev. Edward Pinkney - The People's Pastor for Justice
6. --- Please send contributions to Rev Pinkney at 1940 Union St., Benton Harbor, MI 49022. I put that address on several of my articles, but the same cyberstalkers who censor my Internet advocacy against mass incarceration, capital punishment, The Cochran Firm fraud, and hypocrisy among decision makers in America also stole Rev. Pinkney's address from the articles. Yesterday I discovered that Rev. Pinkney's Blogtalk Show web site had an incorrect day listed for his shows: Saturday instead of Sunday. Rev. Pinkney faces opposition from the NAACP over keeping his position as president of the Benton Harbor chapter, which he essentially built. Those issues confirm for me that this is a sincere leader, unlike many who claim to be. The minister's attacks also prove that our radio broadcasts are unique and important in the quest for justice. No, Rev. Pinkney is not among ministers on Homeland Security's Clergy Response Teams, who were trained to "quell dissent" that arises in response to social injustice. Like Rev. King, Rev. Pinkney chooses rather to "quell oppression." Learn more at the website for BANCO (link is above). Use the link to access our Christmas show in paragraph 1 of this article: "WHEN DEMOCRACY BECOMES DISPOSABLE." Listen to other taped shows and tune in to live broadcasts every Sunday to be inspired and motivated by The People's Pastor, his co-host and guests. Justice is God's perfect will.