The Truth About Martin Luther King, Jr.

Happy Martin Luther King day!


4 Responses to “The Truth About Martin Luther King, Jr.”

  1. Martin Timothy Says:

    Martin Luther & Coretta King and black Secret Serviceman Abraham Bolden, were with shooters on the Grassy Knoll Dallas Texas, November 22, 1963, at the assassination of President Kennedy, whose beautiful wife had invited the LK’s into her home at the White House just weeks before.

    At plus eighteen hrs around 9:30 pm on the evening of November 23, 1963, Australian radio played a tape recording of the assassination, whereon Mrs Kennedy’s voice was clearly heard calling “hello Coretta,” followed by a volley of gunfire.

    The presenter explained Coretta was the wife of one Reverend Martin Luther King, he played a slowed down version of the tape, and asked listeners how many shots they could hear, he said he counted about nineteen, his studio guest said she counted twenty two.

    That was the only time the Luther Kings were associated with the crime, until whispers were heard at the time of the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago, where after some short time later Luther King was shot dead by sniper fire, while standing talking on the telephone on a hotel balcony in Memphis.

    Although he was feted and fabulized, by the same Jew press refused the evidence located him with the shooters, that propounded the Lee Harvey Oswald / lone assassin scenario, there was no money, ol’ MLK was broke.

    He went to the source had roped him into the conspiracy in the first place, read George HW Bush, and asked for dough to be told there was none, so he attempted blackmail, presumably assuring GHWB if he was not paid everyone would get to hear about what went on in Dallas, he laughed him off.

    So Luther King took time out at the 1968 DNC to drop the bombshell of his own involvement, and was shot down for it!

    The Assassination of John F Kennedy

    • juggernaut Says:

      The assassination of JFK was not a conspiracy. The conspiracies only prove how committed some revisionists are to a certain ideology.

  2. CodeSlinger Says:


    Well, in the case the Kennedy assassinations (all three of them, including the character assassination of Edward Kennedy), as with the 9/11/2001 attacks, the official stories certainly are not credible.

    In all of these, and many similar cases, the disinformation is so thick and heavy that it is patently obvious that somebody with a lot of pull is hiding something extremely explosive. Sadly, this means the general public has no hope of discovering the real truth in any degree of detail.

    Certainly it’s obvious that the Kennedy brothers were not team players. Their father was not beholden to the men who own the world, and they had their own ideas about the direction they wanted to take the country in. The American end of the Rockefeller-Rothschild axis saw them as interlopers and eliminated them. That’s what matters.

    Details like how many shooters there may have been on the grassy knoll and the implications of Jack Ruby’s mafia connections serve only to muddy the waters and make it easy to dismiss those who question the official story.

    The subject matter is deliberately presented to the public in such a way as to create the impression that anyone who disbelieves the official story must be one of those “crazy conspiracy theorists” who believes that the Queen of England is a shape-shifting reptilian alien from the Pleiades.

    The fact remains that the military-industrial complex is notorious for using false flag and covert operations to accomplish goals that “we the people” would otherwise not stand for. By such methods, the most powerful nation in the world has been brought to its knees.

    And as long as people keep believing the official story, it’s only going to get worse.

    Just look at Obama’s whitewash of NSA criminality – on top of his whitewashes of Benghazi, Fast and Furious, and IRS targeting of political opponents – to mention only a few of the worst of the recent official stories.

    • juggernaut Says:

      The Kennedy’s were as conventional as any other politicians. Yes, they advocated change, but not too much more than your slightly-above-average politician already has.

      The idea that they were assassinated because they represented a new era of politics is wishful thinking at best.

      What organization killed Kennedy? Which ever one you don’t like.

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