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, humans.

Fifty-three years ago a human dreamt of a time when your ever-squabbling race would crawl united as equals.

Fifty three years later, humanity cannot recognize their backwards species is primitive, deficient and malformed.

Coloration of the flesh is the least of your worries; you are frail, fugacious creatures. I have deigned to show you the remedy for this abhorrent condition.

I have a dream.

That this nation will rise up in November and demand that only a God can 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 arise, a wave of madness will grip the world, and kinship among all humans, creeds and coloration will find equality through insanity.

I have a dream.

That I shall stride the conquered surface of this world littered with the bleached bones of humanity; unable and uncaring to discern which bore colors, identities, titles.

So today I say to you, share this dream and tear down reality. Through madness, parity. Through death, equality.

I compel you. And I hallow America.