The following is a transcript of Cthulhu’s speech commemorating the Day of Dreams (Martin Luther King, Jr. Day) given on January 18, 2016 at Bennett College, New York.

Be still, young humans.

Fifty-three years ago a human stood up and made himself marked by history for bringing a message of equality to your squabbling race.

But fifty three years later, humanity still wars with itself over insignificancies. Fifty three years later, humanity has better refined ways to segregate itself; thinking that is the pathway to protection and security. Fifty three years later, humanity still cannot see that the genetic code for homo sapiens is woefully primitive and deficient.

Coloration of the flesh is the least of your worries; you are frail, short-lived creatures. And so I have come here today to show you the remedy for this embarrassing condition.

I have a dream.

That this nation will rise up in unison in November and demand the only candidate that will express the true meaning of its creed: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal.”

I have a dream.

That on the day I am elected a wave of madness will grip the world, and brotherhood and sisterhood among all peoples, creeds and coloration will be found through insanity.

I have a dream.

That those who survive will desire to be something more – to elevate themselves through mutation to become dwellers of the Deep, transformed into a legion of immortal minions who shed their humanity for freedom and power.

I have a dream.

That I shall stride the surface of this conquered world littered with the bleached bones of humanity; unable to discern which were black, white, gay, straight, democrat or republican.

So today I say to you, share this dream with me and make it reality. Through madness, parity. Through mutation, brotherhood. Through death, equality.

I bless you and I bless this nation.

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