On January 21, America will celebrate the birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr., a moderate civil rights leader, with a far from spotless record, who was shot at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee. During his lifetime, King was a controversial figure, who plagiarized his doctoral dissertation, cheated on his wife, associated with communists, and was surveilled by the FBI.
Today this is forgotten, as we celebrate Martin Luther King Day. But, when I lived in Virginia, even that day was shared with two slave-owning confederate generals, Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson, to make “Lee-Jackson-King Day.” I have nothing against holidays from work, or against confederate generals, but maybe they should be celebrated on a different day. I think that’s how they would have wanted it….
It reminds me of the time they put a statue of Arthur Ashe, the black tennis player, on Richmond’s Monument Avenue, where statues of confederate heroes Jefferson Davis, Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson, and J.E.B. Stuart also stand….
The celebration of King is false. His dream of racial equality never happened, and he was killed. My students at Lincoln, a black university where I teach, know the score. So do the blacks in our nation’s capital, who live only a few miles away from my daughter’s neighborhood but go to a racially segregated school. Racism is alive and well in America, and very few blacks have anything in common with former president Obama, who won the Nobel Peace Prize solely for his skin color.
When King was assassinated in 1968, the country erupted in race riots, as black people burned down their own neighborhoods. CIA provocateurs redirected the understandable political anger of black people into street violence, and they killed King to set off the powder keg.
Today CIA tries to do the same thing with the Yellow Vest Movement, attempting, unsuccessfully, to infiltrate it, to make it violent, so they can destroy it.
Likewise, CIA seeks to sexualize political anger. They are always looking to amplify and redirect anger, transforming it from something that could change a corrupt system into something that destroys good people.
CIA has destroyed black neighborhoods for years, starting illegal drug wars abroad, and importing heroin and cocaine into inner city neighborhoods. There’s not just a war on whites. There’s a war on blacks. The two together are a war on humanity.
But, meanwhile, we hold up Martin Luther King, if we remember him at all, the post office closes, and children have a day off from school.
Why King? Why not Malcolm X? Or Fred Hampton? Or somebody else?
Because the revolution will not be televised….
How about a day for Malcolm X, a real black hero, who emphasized black self-determination and self-defense? Malcolm X was a courageous advocate for the rights of blacks, a man who called out America for its crimes against his people. He exposed the sexual misbehavior of Elijah Muhammad, the leader of the Nation of Islam, which he later disavowed. Malcolm X made a vital contribution to Black Power. He was assassinated by the Nation of Islam, whose leader wore masonic and satanic symbols on his hat.
Hey, look! There’s George Bush wearing a similar hat….
As indicated by Elijah Muhammad’s funny headgear, the assassination of its real leaders, and its ultimate failure–not to mention the way in which the mainstream co-opted it–much of the Civil Rights Movement seems to be a CIA creation, which was used to expand the power of the federal government, destroy states’ rights, and grant no real gains to African Americans.
It’s just like fake feminism, about which I have written elsewhere.
What fuelled the civil rights movement? False flag attacks on black churches, which gave the federal government just the excuse it needed. The New World Order loves false flags.
Senator Barry Goldwater, the John Birch Society, and others opposed federal civil rights legislation–not because they were racist but because it was an unwarranted expansion of the federal government that did absolutely nothing to help black people. Because of these positions, they were labelled as the lunatic fringe.
I just retweeted some stuff by the John Birch Society, which I intend to join, and, you know what, just as it does with Cathy O’Brien’s articles, Twitter strips off the pictures….
The New World Order fears the John Birch Society, which had 100,000 members at its peak. The society opposed the Civil Rights Movement, claiming that a worldwide conspiracy had created it, and it supports states’ rights under the Constitution. It opposes one world government, the United Nations, free trade agreements, and increasing immigration. It argues that globalization has devalued the Constitution, and it fears the creation of a North American Union. Robert Welch, the founder of the John Birch Society, identified Illuminati groups like the Rothschilds, the Rockefellers, the Bilderbergers, the Council on Foreign Relations, and the Trilateral Commission–and he opposed civil rights legislation.
The John Birch Society could not be induced to violence, and it stood against the New World Order, so the CIA sought to discredit it.
On the left, Bob Dylan made fun of their “paranoia,” and he compared them to Nazis. That’s just plain slander since the Birchers were fighting the Nazis who worked for CIA and NASA.
On the right, Bill Buckley dismissed the John Birch Society, calling Welch’s “conspiracy theories” “far removed from common sense.”
When a former CIA agent, who belonged to Skull and Bones, like Bill Buckley, starts agreeing with Bob Dylan, something’s going on….
Both Dylan and Buckley, unlike the Birchers, were for the fake civil rights movement, and they were also against Barry Goldwater.
Goldwater rejected the legacy of the New Deal, so the New World Order closed ranks against him, promoting Johnson for president and painting Goldwater as a madman. They didn’t kill Kennedy so some cowboy Episcopalian Jew from Arizona could steal the presidency back for the American people….
Did I mention that Goldwater served as Vice Chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence that investigated MK-ULTRA?
Here you can see him holding a heart attack gun used by CIA, much like the one they used to kill my grandfather, who worked for the War Department.
But let’s return to the over-reaching “civil rights” legislation that Goldwater and the John Birch Society opposed. Did it do anything for black people? They still live on the other side of town, in neighborhoods riddled with crime. Now, instead of a few of them being lynched, more of them are shot by police.
Those police shootings are what Fred Hampton wanted to stop. I bet you never heard of him. Unlike Barry Goldwater or Robert Welch, he was a black socialist; but each of these American heroes stood, in his own way, against the New World Order.
They were all for limited police power, and they were all for gun rights, which are, by the way, under attack through CIA’s OPERATION GLADIO C.
Hampton took activism to a new level, defending African-Americans. With other Black Panthers, he followed the police on their patrols, watching out for police brutality, and using his knowledge of the law to protect himself and others. As the Panthers said, “We gonna police the police.”
Fred Hampton also worked for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) to effect social change through community organizing and nonviolent activism. He worked to establish more and better recreational facilities and to improve educational resources for black people. He was instrumental in the Black Panthers’ Free Breakfast Program. And he brokered a non-agression pact between Chicago’s most powerful street gangs. Hampton was on the verge of bringing a gang with thousands of members into the Black Panther Party, which would have doubled its membership; and he worked with organizers of other races, like the Young Patriots, convincing people that poor blacks and poor whites had things in common and should stand together against tyrrany.
Fred Hampton was about to be appointed as the Black Panther Party’s Central Committee’s Chief of Staff, when the Chicago Police Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation murdered him. Drugged by an FBI infiltrator, he was asleep in his bed, next to his pregnant fiancee, when the pigs killed him. One policeman said, “He’s barely alive. He’ll make it.” Then the other fired two more shots into Hampton’s head, point blank, saying, “He’s good and dead now.”
Let’s remember Fred Hampton. He said, “I am a revolutionary!”
So am I.
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