Those who pretend not to know the truth about this case have no excuses.
Martin Luther King
When the regime realized that the civil rights movement had morphed into a monster, the FBI was sent in to kill the Black Panthers.
In our present Plutocracy, we made the transition last year from complacency to national apathy ~ but with the passage and implementation of Obamacare, along with an increasingly militarized surveillance state, we have now entered stage eight, Dependence on the state ~ which will soon be followed with militarized Bondage by the state and eventually spiritual death.
If MLK were here, he would lead a revolution against Obama-nation.
Summary: The article you are about to read resolves in principle the cloak-and-dagger controversy. Since individual cases cannot conclusively prove that the real masters of the USA (=invisible government or bankers) malign, imprison, or murder anyone who poses a threat to their rule, the article takes instead a bird’s eye view of the field of […]
The introductory article of this series wondered: How have the men of America’s Invisible Government (=the bankers) managed to steadily increase their power at the expense of the vast majority?
Listen to the impassioned eloquence of his words, listen to the truth of his heart felt message and recognize he was a prophet of our times whose words still resonate in our souls and demand a response.
Martin Luther King, Jr., had strong ties to Stanley Levison, a Jewish Communist and attorney who was one of King’s closest advisors. Levison even made arrangements for one of King’s autobiographical accounts to be published by Harper & Brothers
Vladimir Lenin: “Do fight each other, I’ll enjoy it all from the sidelines, and once you’ve knocked one another out, then…”
Roman oligarchs relied, among other things, relied on murders to safeguard their disproportionate power and wealth. In the long run, their success led to the moral, spiritual, economic, and political decline of their country.
“Mandela was personally involved in the targeting and timing of terrorist bombings that took place during his imprisonment. Even a group as left-leaning as Amnesty International refused to grant Mandela political prisoner status because of the obviously violent character of his ideology and his actions.”
King today would be fulfilling his Nobel Prize commission and be working for the brotherhood of man, not Wall Street and the Corporate State.
I have a dream that one day no man will be above the law in the United States and Europe, and every criminal who lied about Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, Libya, etc., will be prosecuted for creating massive terrorism and suffering in the Middle East and America
The western world, at its core, welcomes any individual, regardless of national or ethnic background, who tries to enhance the ideas and principles inherent in the western intellectual tradition for the benefit of society.
In his “Beyond Vietnam” speech delivered at New York’s Riverside Church on April 4, 1967 — a year to the day before he was murdered — the Reverend Martin Luther King called the United States “the greatest purveyor of violence in the world today.”
A jury found that the US Army, FBI, CIA, and the New Orleans mob killed Dr. Martin Luther King. The corporate media blacked out the news.
Former CIA drug pilot and 9/11 author Philip Marshall was holding “explosive information” – so they killed him and his two children.
Rise up! Rise up, Americans!
Too long have you delayed!
While imperial-minded presidents
Their cruel wars have made.
Will Mitt Romney try to steal the US presidential election? And if he does, will Americans – especially African-Americans – take to the streets?
“A Church that is not ready or willing to hear the voice of the oppressed and stand with justice is out of sync with the will of her Head and Maker.”-Rev. Alex Awad
As our civil liberties slowly erode with a corporate state under control of the Military/Industrial complex and global elite ~ there will come a time when we all must take a stand for some great principle, some great issue, some great cause or some great truth.
Yesterday night, we ended the Martin Luther King Memorial holding hands and singing “We Shall Overcome”. Let me assure you – the Dershowitzes of this world won’t prevail – we shall overcome.
Inspired by the people powered uprisings in Egypt and Tunisia, the Occupy Wall Street movement exposed how the richest 1% of people write the rules and control the global economy and in a months time, their message has spread to over 100 cities in the United States with actions in over 1,500 cities globally.
On the surface it was a classic divide and conquer strategy based on the long history of feuding and fighting tribal factions going back to biblical times.
REAGAN ASSASSINATION ATTEMPT TIE IN By Gordon Duff STAFF WRITER/Senior Editor Sirhan Sirhan the accused and legally convicted killer of Robert Kennedy filed legal documents in Federal Court in Los Angeles this week. His attorney, William F. Pepper, alleges that his client had been subjected to hypnosis and mind control and had been “handled” at […]
Once upon a time where was no political correctness about the Civil War. There were differences of opinion yes, but they were not exploited for political reasons like they are today.
KABUL, AFGHANISTAN — In honor of April 4, 1967, and April 4, 1968, when Martin Luther King, Jr., spoke out against war and when he was killed, I spent my first full day in Afghanistan on April 4, 2011, avoiding violence and discussing nonviolent activism with those practicing it here.
I bear witness
to a once vibrant people greedily gulping down society’s hemlock. Even as they claim to be “keeping it real“, they continue to kill, maim, and despise their own in hot pursuit of the prime directive with the passion of a sheetless klan.
The death of “Greatness” in America By Gordon Duff STAFF WRITER/Senior Editor I read today’s newspapers, demands for an attack on Iran. Iran has no nuclear program yet there is no voice in America to stand up to the liars. Dr. King is dead. He would have been heard. King defined greatness. The silence today, […]
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. / Born Jan. 15, 1929 Assassinated April 4, 1968 The voice of Martin Luther King will never be silenced because his words resonate with the truth that love and the urge to unite lie deepest within us regardless of our feeble and ignoble attempts to justify preemptive wars […]