"They speak vanity every one with his neighbour: with flattering lips and with a double heart do they speak. The LORD shall cut off all flattering lips, and the tongue that speaketh proud things:"
Psalm 12:2-3
Wolves in Costume: Martin Luther King Jr
Author:
Christopher J. E. Johnson
Published: June 1, 2016
Updated: Oct 8, 2016

Michael King Jr., who is more commonly known as 'Martin Luther' King Jr., was born in 1929, and is famous for his "I Have a Dream" speech. King is still popular today as a civil rights leader who fought against racial inequality, but as we will find out in this teaching, Michael King was a fraud, and he was certainly not a Christian in any sense.
(His family called him 'Martin Luther' by his dad's request, but his legal name is Michael; See Christopher Klein, "10 Things You May Not Know About Martin Luther King Jr.," History, Apr 4, 2013, retrieved May 17, 2016, [history.com/news/10-things-you-may-not-know-about-martin-luther-king-jr])

We live in a society that will automatically condemn anyone who dares speak a negative word about Martin Luther King Jr. because he was supposedly "martyred" for his so-called "courage" to stand up for racial equality. There are some who will also accuse me of being a racist, which is a totally baseless accusation. In a famous speech, King said:
"I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character."
-Martin Luther King Jr., "I Have a Dream," Aug 28, 1963, retrieved May 13, 2016, [americanrhetoric.com/speeches/mlkihaveadream.htm]

In this article, we will be making some attempt to fulfill King's dream: I will not be judging King by the color of his skin, but by the content of his character. I ask all readers to clear your minds of what you've been taught to believe in a public school classroom, and look closely at the documented history and words of Martin Luther King Jr.

Brethren, be not children in understanding: howbeit in malice be ye children, but in understanding be men.
-1 Corinthians 14:20

He that answereth a matter before he heareth it, it is folly and shame unto him.
-Proverbs 18:13

It is common for people to quote King saying things like this:
"May I say to you my friends, as I come to a close, and just giving some idea of why we are assembled here, that we must keep—and I want to stress this, in all of our doings, in all of our deliberations here this evening and all of the week and while—whatever we do, we must keep God in the forefront. Let us be Christian in all of our actions."
-Martin Luther King Jr., quoted by Terence P. Jeffrey, "MLK: 'Whatever We Do, We Must Keep God in the Forefront'," CNS News, Aug 28, 2013, retrieved May 13, 2016, [cnsnews.com/news/article/mlk-whatever-we-do-we-must-keep-god-forefront]

That sure sounds good doesn't it? But sadly, that's a lie. The "god" he's talking about is not the Christian God of the Bible, and it is much more rare to see people quote what King really believed about the resurrection of Christ:
"This doctrine, upon which the Easter Faith rests, symbolizes the ultimate Christian conviction: that Christ conquered death. From a literary, historical, and philosophical point of view this doctrine raises many questions."
-Martin Luther King Jr., Nov 23, 1949, The Papers of Martin Luther King, Jr, Vol. 1, University of California Press, 1992, p. 229, ISBN: 9780520079502; Easter is also not Christian, read "Easter: Christians Celebrating Abomination" here at creationliberty.com for more details.

So many people, especially in African American culture, falsely believe that King was a Christian. King did NOT believe in the ressurection of the Lord Jesus Christ; he instead posed questions to cast doubt, as he continues to write:
"In fact the external evidence for the authenticity of this doctrine is found wanting [lacking]. But here again the external evidence is not the most important thing, for it in itself fails to tell us precisely the thing we most want to know: What experiences of early Christians lead to the formulation of the doctrine?"
-Martin Luther King Jr., Nov 23, 1949, The Papers of Martin Luther King, Jr, Vol. 1, University of California Press, 1992, p. 229, ISBN: 9780520079502

In case you may not have understood, King is saying, first of all, that he doesn't believe in the Lord Jesus Christ because he claims the external evidence is lacking. I'd like to point out that no external evidence would be found of Christ rising from the dead, other than the testimony of hundreds of eye-witnesses that saw him alive afterwards. Then he continues to say that external evidence is not even that important to him, which means even if he had some sort of direct external evidence (like maybe a video of the event), he still would not believe it.

Why do I say that he still would not believe in the resurrection of Christ even if he had direct evidence? Just look at the question he poses at the end of the above quote. The question has a built-in assumption that the doctrines of Scripture did NOT come from God, but rather came from the "experiences of early Christians," which means King does NOT believe in the inspiration and inerrancy of the Word of God.

Still believe Martin Luther King Jr. was a Christian?
"The root of our inquiry is found in the fact that the early Christians had lived with Jesus. They had been captivated by the magnetic power of his personality. This basic experience led to the faith that he could never die."
-Martin Luther King Jr., Nov 23, 1949, The Papers of Martin Luther King, Jr, Vol. 1, University of California Press, 1992, p. 229, ISBN: 9780520079502

So according to King, it wasn't that the disciples heard Christ's doctrine and believed, nor was it that they saw the prophecies of the Old Testament fulfilled with their own eyes, nor was it the miracles He performed and later gave them the power to perform, but rather, King believed they simply had personal inner feelings that led them to make up doctrines we see in the New Testament. King did not believe the New Testament Scripture is the authority of the Lord God, but rather just the writings of some zealous and naive men.

Though some of you out there may find this surprising, the Bible tells us not to marvel (i.e. not to be surprised):

For such are false apostles, deceitful workers, transforming themselves into the apostles of Christ. And no marvel; for Satan himself is transformed into an angel of light. Therefore it is no great thing if his ministers also be transformed as the ministers of righteousness; whose end shall be according to their works.
-2 Corinthians 11:13-15

Satan can transform himself to appear to be a beautiful angel of light, and his ministers (devils) can transform themselves to look like good, righteous men. We must analyze their doctrine, their words and actions, with discernment to the see the truth, and we can only receive that discernment by studying the Word of God:

For every one that useth milk is unskilful in the word of righteousness: for he is a babe. But strong meat belongeth to them that are of full age, even those who by reason of use have their senses exercised to discern both good and evil.
-Hebrew 5:13-14

King also rejected the doctrine of the virgin birth of Christ:
"This doctrine gives the modern scientific mind much more trouble than the first, for it seems downright improbable and even impossible for anyone to be born without a human father. First we must admit that the evidence for the tenability of this doctrine is too shallow to convince any objective thinker."
-Martin Luther King Jr., Nov 23, 1949, The Papers of Martin Luther King, Jr, Vol. 1, University of California Press, 1992, p. 229, ISBN: 9780520079502

And by "objective thinker," he's talking about himself. King then goes on to claim that a virgin birth was never talked about by Isaiah, and that the word "virgin" was a "mistranslation" of "the Hebrew original," but if you go look up those verses in new-age bible versions, even those watered-down books say "virgin" in Isaiah 7. If the wicked counterfiet bible versions and their unbelieving scribes can't mess that up, what's wrong with Martin Luther King Jr.?
(Read "Where Bible Versions Come From" here at creationliberty.com for more details.)

Therefore the Lord himself shall give you a sign; Behold, a virgin shall conceive, and bear a son, and shall call his name Immanuel.
-Isaiah 7:14

In short, King rejects both the virgin birth of Christ, and the resurrection of Christ, so how could anyone call this man a Christian when he denies the very foundational doctrines of the New Testament? Yet, propaganda machines like Christianity Today continue to spew out the same type of media phrases we're used to reading and hearing:
"No Christian played a more prominent role in the century's most significant social justice movement than Martin Luther King, Jr."
-Russel Moldovan, "Martin Luther King Jr. : A History," Christianity Today, Jan 1, 2000, retrieved May 17, 2016, [christianitytoday.com/ct/2000/januaryweb-only/11.0b.html]

It's further sickening to think this man was (and is still today) called "reverend," which is supposed to mean 'holy'. The title of "reverend," along with most titles used today in church buildings, is completely unbiblical, and the word is reserved in Scripture for describing the Lord God alone.
(Read "Titles Are Unbiblical in the Church" here at creationliberty.com for more details.)

Martin Luther King Jr. was a very charismatic person even in his younger years, being able to talk his way out of most things:
"If anything distinguished [King] from the others , it was his ability to use words. Younger brother A.D., boyhood friends, and other neighbors all recalled in later years that M.L. [Martin Luther] 'had the gift of talking himself out of unpleasant situations.'"
-David J. Garrow, Bearing the Cross: Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Open Road Media, 2015, ISBN: 9781504011525; Garrow is a Pulitzer Prize-winning historian and professor of law and history at the University of Pittspurgh School of Law.

Using that silver tongue in college, he was able to attract many college girls to himself, which is where much of his career in fornication began:
"Though he would take part in their parties, M.L. portrayed some hesitation about enjoying things that would be frowned upon by his strict Baptist upbringing. Nonetheless, young King overcame such self-doubts and joined the regular social whirl, dating women he knew from town, like Juanita Sellers and Betty Milton, or students at neighboring Spelman College, like Madeline Knight, with whom he was 'very thick' for almost a year. Close friend Larry Williams, who entered Morehouse as an older student two years after King, later recalled that 'M.L. could get involved with girls, and most of the girls he got seriously involved with were light,' 'very fair-skinned.' Williams and King socialized together regularly, and kiddingly called themselves 'Robinson and Stevens, the wreckers.' When old chum Emmet Proctor asked why, King smiled and replied, 'We wreck girls.' Robinson and Stevens, Williams laughingly later explained, was the name of an Atlanta wrecking company, a name he and King adapted for a different usage. 'We wreck up all the women. We're the wreckers.'"
-David J. Garrow, Bearing the Cross: Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Open Road Media, 2015, ISBN: 9781504011525; Garrow is a Pulitzer Prize-winning historian and professor of law and history at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law.

Die-hard fans of King will try to question what he meant when he said "wreck the girls," but it doesn't take a PhD in psychology to figure out the fornication King was establishing in his teenage years:
"King's social contacts expanded further, aided by his car--a rarity for a graduate student--and his wardrobe of fine suits, which his friends envied... 'He was the one that got people together,' one close friend recalled. 'He would scout all of the schools to find the best looking black girls,' and would pass on tips to others, but 'he'd pick out the best one for himself.' 'He just loved to party, he loved to enjoy life,' that friend remembered."
-David J. Garrow, Bearing the Cross: Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Open Road Media, 2015, ISBN: 9781504011525; Garrow is a Pulitzer Prize-winning historian and professor of law and history at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law.

He that loveth his life shall lose it; and he that hateth his life in this world shall keep it unto life eternal.
-John 12:25

We will see more of King's foundation of fornication and adultery later. After college, King went into seminary to become a minister, and not only are the typical seminary colleges (which I prefer to call 'cemetery' colleges) not of Christ to begin with, but King's intentions were not to serve the Christian God of the Bible:
"My call to the ministry was not a miraculous or supernatural something. On the contrary it was an inner urge calling me to serve humanity... I was at the point where I was deeply interested in political matters and social ills... Because of the influence of my mother and father, I guess I always had a deep urge to serve humanity, but I didn't start out with an interest to enter the ministry. I thought I could probably do it better as a lawyer or doctor. One of my closest friends at Morehouse, Walter McCall, was clear about his intention of going into the ministry, but I was slow to make up my mind... As stated above, my college training, especially the first two years, brought many doubts into my mind. It was then that the shackles of fundamentalism were removed from my body. More and more I could see a gap between what I had learned in Sunday school and what I was learning in college. My studies had made me skeptical, and I could not see how many of the facts of science could be squared with religion... I had seen that most Negro ministers were unlettered, not trained in seminaries, and that gave me pause. I had been brought up in the church and knew about religion, but I wondered whether it could serve as a vehicle to modern thinking, whether religion could be intellectually respectable as well as emotionally satisfying."
-Martin Luther King Jr, The Autobiography of Martin Luther King Jr., "Chapter 2: Morehouse College," retrieved May 18, 2016, [kinginstitute.stanford.edu/king-papers/publications/autobiography-martin-luther-king-jr-contents/chapter-2-morehouse-college]

We need to stop for a moment and analyze this carefully because King has revealed a lot about himself that we don't learn in a typical public school classroom. First of all, notice that his dedication to go into ministry was to "serve humanity," not serve the Lord Jesus Christ, and his true motivation for entering seminary college was political, not religious.

King then states that the "shackles of fundamentalism," which would be the foundational doctrines of the Bible, "were removed from my body." In other words, he learned certain doctrines from Scripture, for example...

For this is the will of God, even your sanctification, that ye should abstain from fornication:
-1 Thessalonians 4:3

...but turned away from those doctrines to adopt his own philosophy (i.e. way of thinking) that helped him fulfill the lusts of his flesh, and we'll see more evidence of that later. The Lord Jesus Christ was NOT King's foundation for thinking, nor was the Bible motivation for what he did in his life.

Beware lest any man spoil you through philosophy [thought process] and vain deceit, after the tradition of men, after the rudiments [foundational teachings] of the world, and not after Christ.
-Colossians 2:8

King believed that the facts of Scripture, like the creation of the world and the resurrection of Christ, were nothing more than "legends and myths," as he continues to write:
"This conflict continued until I studied a course in Bible in which I came to see that behind the legends and myths of the Book were many profound truths which one could not escape. Two men- Dr. Mays, president of Morehouse College and one of the great influences in my life, and Dr. George Kelsey, a professor of philosophy and religion-made me stop and think. Both were ministers, both deeply religious, and yet both were learned men, aware of all the trends of modern thinking. I could see in their lives the ideal of what I wanted a minister to be."
-Martin Luther King Jr, The Autobiography of Martin Luther King Jr., "Chapter 2: Morehouse College," retrieved May 18, 2016, [kinginstitute.stanford.edu/king-papers/publications/autobiography-martin-luther-king-jr-contents/chapter-2-morehouse-college]

Notice specifically that King was not concerned about what the Bible says a minister ought to be, but rather he wanted to transform his life into what he personally "wanted a minister to be." His so-called "objective" thinking would not allow him to accept believing the miracles of God for the saving of his soul, but he outright rejected the virgin birth and resurrection of Christ. He wanted the philosophy of society, or "modern thinking," to be the foundation of his belief system.

As far as I'm aware, there is no public declaration of King's repentance nor confession of his faith on the Lord Jesus Christ.

At this point, it should be no surprise to learn that King's foundation was built on Hinduism:
"When he was studying at Crozer Theological Seminary in Pennsylvania, King heard a lecture on the legendary Indian Mahatma Gandhi and the nonviolent civil disobedience campaign that was used effectively against British rule in India... Besides Gandhi, King was also influenced by the nineteenth-century American writer Henry David Thoreau's theories on how to use nonviolence to achieve social change. Gandhi also acknowledged being influenced by Thoreau especially his essay 'Civil Disobedience'. In 1957 King visited India and returned determined to use the nonviolent methods of Gandhi."
-Ebsen W. Amarteifio, Humanity and the Nature of Man, AuthorHouse, 2013, p. 101, ISBN: 9781481797917; See also The Black Church Review, Vol. 2, EZ Productions, p. 8, [University of Wisconsin]

First of all, a theological seminary, supposed to be a "bible" college, is teaching the foundational philosophies of Gandhi, a pagan, and then King adopted those pagan philosophies. They also taught King the philosophies of Thoreau, and Thoreau was a pantheist (i.e. God is in everything and everyone--form of paganism) who is commonly praised by atheists for his sharply skeptical stance against the Christian God of the Bible. As we can see, King's true way of thinking followed hindus and pantheists, and he put a great distance between himself and Christ's doctrine.
(See Harold W. Wood Jr, "Pantheist Prophet: Henry David Thoreau," retrieved May 19, 2016, [thoreau.eserver.org/pantheist.html])

Despite these facts about his true heathen believe system, King is still worshipped by black preachers around the U.S. for his writings and speeches. What most of them are ignorant of, or willingly ingnorant of, is that King plagiarized much of his work:
"King's plagiarisms are easy to detect because their style rises above the level of his pedestrian student prose. In general, if the sentences are eloquent, witty, insightful, or pithy [expressive, yet concise], or contain allusions, analogies, metaphors, or similes, it is safe to assume that the section has been purloined [stolen]."
-Theodore Pappas, Plagiarism and the Culture War: The Writings of Martin Luther King, Jr., and Other Prominent Americans, Hallberg Publishing, 1998, p. 129, ISBN: 9780873190459

When this author points out that "it is safe to assume" the plagiarism, he means that King has stolen other people's material so many times, we have to wonder if he ever had an original thought of his own. Chronicles Magazine goes on to describe more details:
"King's Nobel Prize Lecture, for example, is plagiarized extensively from works by Florida minister J. Wallace Hamilton; the section on Gandhi and nonviolence in his 'Pilgrimage' speech are stolen virtually verbatim from Harris Wofford's speech on the same topic; the frequently replayed climax to the 'I Have a Dream' speech—the 'from every mountianside, let freedom ring' portion—is taken directly from a 1952 address to the Republican National Convention by a black preacher named Archibald Carey; the 1968 sermon in which King prophesied his martyrdom was based on works by J. Wallace Hamilton and Methodist minister Harold Bosley; even the 'Letter From Birmingham City Jail', that 'great American essay' so often reproduced in textbooks on composition, is based on work by Harry Fosdick, H.H. Crane, and Harris Wofford."
-Rockford Institute, Chronicles, Vol. 16, 1992, p. 29, [University of Michigan]

Some of you may be thinking, "Why hasn't anyone gone back to his works, reviewed them, and revoked his degree?" Well, King's works have been reviewed. Let's see what the Boston University panel concluded after their investigation of King's writings:
"A committee of scholars appointed by Boston University concluded today that the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. plagiarized passages in his dissertation for a doctoral degree at the university 36 years ago. 'There is no question,' the committee said in a report to the university's provost [senior administrators], 'but that Dr. King plagiarized in the dissertation by appropriating material from sources not explicitly credited in notes, or mistakenly credited, or credited generally and at some distance in the text from a close paraphrase or verbatim quotation.' Despite its finding, the committee said that 'no thought should be given to the revocation of Dr. King's doctoral degree,' an action that the panel said would serve no purpose."
-New York Times, "Boston U. Panel Finds Plagiarism by Dr. King," Oct 11, 1991, retrieved May 18, 2016, [nytimes.com/1991/10/11/us/boston-u-panel-finds-plagiarism-by-dr-king.html]

That's a lie because revoking King's degree would serve a purpose; it just wouldn't serve a purpose that would benefit Boston University financially. Boston University knows the amount of blowback that they would receive for calling to punish King for his lies.

In 1957, Martin Luther King Jr. was appointed the head of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), which was a so-called "civil liberties" group that coordinated local protests in southern U.S. states. King was put into leadership of the SCLC after he had attended seminars at Highlander Folk School in Tennessee, and though many readers might gloss over that statement, it is vital that we understand the history of Highlander and why King was attending the school.

Highlander Folk School's faculty first operated Commonwealth College in Arkansas:
"The Attorney General cited the Commonwealth College as Communist in a letter released April 27, 1949;"
-U.S. Government Printing Office, Congressional Record: Proceedings and Debates, Vol. 115, Part 6, 1969, p. 8141, [Michigan State University]

Most authors you might read on this subject try to make it seem like the accusations of communism were a personal attack on King for his civil rights stance, but I'm pointing out that the people who owned and operated Commonwealth College went on to own and operate Highlander Folk School. The following author is one of those who believes that the accusations of communism were nothing more than rumors, but even he notes some communist connection:
"Tennessee's Highlander Folk School, for example, was repeatedly attacked in the 1930s... Within the labor movement, its refusal to disassociate with unions believed to be Communist-dominated led some to abandon it, as well. Highlander survived the immediate attacks but succumbed to larger political, racial, and economic pressures two decades later. Other institutions' demises were more imminent, including Commonwealth College, founded in Louisiana in 1923 as a communal labor college and then relocated to Mena, Arkansas, in 1924."
-Robert J. Goldstein, Little 'Red Scares': Anti-Communism and Political Repression in the United States, 1921-1946, Ashgate Publishing, 2014, p. 131, ISBN: 9781472413789

What's fascinating about the above quote is not what's in it, but what's not in it. He fails to mention the fact of Commonwealth College's faculty transferred to Highlander Folk School (which is obviously no coincidence):
"The Commonwealth College, Mena, Arkansas. It was organized around 1932 by identified Communist Dr. James A. Dombrowski and fellow traveler, Myles Horton. It was finally cited by the U.S. Attourney General as a Communist front and fined $2,500 for violating the sedition statute of Arkansas. The faculty moved on to Monteagle, Tennesee, and organized: The Highlander Folk School. In addition to Dombrowski and Horton, those assisting in its operation included Don West, district director of the Communist Party of North Carolina and identified Communist Aubrey Williams who was once head of the National Youth Administration... It was at this Communist school that Martin Luther King appeared for a Labor Day seminar on civil rights in 1957."
-W. Cleon Skousen, The Communist Attack on U.S. Police, Verity Publishing, 1966, ISBN: 9780934364614

It's also important for us to understand exactly why Horton and Dombrowski's Commonwealth College was fined by the Arkansas:
"[Commonwealth] College faculty and staff were prominent in the formation of a new Socialist Party in Arkansas in 1932, and Clay Fulks, an instructor at the school, was the party's nominee for governor in 1932. All this activity generated a high profile for the tiny school, with charges of atheism, free love, and, most frequently, communism being heard throughout the South... This was too much for local residents, and charges of anarchy, failure to fly the American flag during school hours, and displaying the hammer and sickle emblem of the Soviet Union were filed against the school in Polk County Court.
The college was found guilty and fined a total of $5,000.00, which it could not pay. Appeals were fruitless, and all of Commonwealth’s property, real and otherwise, was sold to pay the fine. By the end of 1940, Commonwealth College had ceased to exist."
-Encyclopedia of Arkansas History & Culture, "Commonwealth College," retrieved May 20, 2016, [encyclopediaofarkansas.net/encyclopedia/entry-detail.aspx?entryID=10]

What Does Communism Have To Do With Civil Rights Movements?

I am fully aware I will get blasted by many people for saying this, but my goal is to teach the truth (by the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ), not just teach what's popular by going whichever way the wind is blowing at the time:

That we henceforth be no more children, tossed to and fro, and carried about with every wind of doctrine, by the sleight of men, and cunning craftiness, whereby they lie in wait to deceive;
-Ephesians 4:14

The so-called "Civil Liberties" movements in the U.S. have almost always helped the agenda of those who wish to create a communist government in the USA, and sadly, many unsuspecting, brainwashed men (both white and black) have been duped into thinking they're doing good, when in reality, they're enslaving everyone.

One of the things I have (for many years) tried to get people to understand is that a government doesn't fall into socialism or communism overnight. It has to go through many stages, and those stages are walked through slowly with one idea implanted into the public at a time.

Although I am not going to defend many of the unbelieving heathen who initiated our U.S. Constitution, I am grateful to the Lord God that I can openly carry a Bible, openly preach the doctrines in the Bible, and meet with other Christians for study and honoring the Lord Jesus Christ. There are many nations out there today that do not have that liberty, and so I respect the liberties we do have through the government that was instituted by the Constitution.
(Read "Deism Among the Founders" here at creationliberty.com for more details.)

The U.S. was formed as a constitutional republic with representatives chosen by the people to speak for the people, not a democracy, and the problem is that democracy becomes the first step towards a communist nation.
(Read "Should Christians Vote?" here at creationliberty.com for more details about republic vs democracy and what the founders of our nation had to say about it.)


It is for this reason that "Civil Rights" movements lead to communism, and why so many civil rights groups are started by, or receive support from, communist activists. Sadly, most communists have more understanding of these principles than the average American citizen.

To gain more understanding, let's use the common example of a black man being refused a job from a business owner based on the color of his skin. Is it wrong for a business owner to deny employment to someone based on the color of their skin?

That depends on your worldview. In a Biblical Christian worldview, it's wrong because we're all of one blood, and skin color doesn't matter when analyze work ethic because we're all the same kind.

And [the Lord God hath made of one blood all nations of men for to dwell on all the face of the earth, and hath determined the times before appointed, and the bounds of their habitation;
-Acts 17:26

However, in an atheistic or evolutionary worldview, it's not wrong to deny employment based on the color of skin. There is no such thing as right or wrong in an atheistic/evolutionary worldview because they can't justify the existance of evil. (i.e. There are just actions and opinions, but no morality.) For the purpose of this lesson, we will analyze these points from a Biblical (i.e. logically consistent) worldview that can justify right and wrong.
(Read "Atheists Can't Justify Morality" here at creationliberty.com for more details.)

Certainly, it is wrong to deny someone employment based on the color of their skin, but now let's look at this from a government and Bill of Rights perspective. The question here is about rights, who has them, and who lost them. The question is this: Did the black man lose his rights because he was denied a job based on the color of his skin?

Most Americans will want to instictively say "Yes," but then I would ask, "What specific rights did he lose?" Did the black man lose his right to have a job? No. Did he lose his right to earn a wage? No. Did he lose his right to speak out about it? No. The black man never lost one of his rights in the process, but fighting against that type of racism is referred to as a battle for "civil rights."

Another right the black man has is to protest not being hired based on the color of his skin, but now we have to ask, what is the end result of that protest? Does the business owner change his mind after he sees the protest? No. So what good does the protesting do? Protests almost never sway someone's opinion, and so the only thing protesting does is cause enough trouble that will result in government action (which we will cover more later), and that is the very heart of the problem.

Once the government gets involved, the only thing they can do is FORCE the business owner, through laws and regulations with consequences (e.g. fines, jail time, etc), to hire the black man. Now we ask another question: Did the business owner lose his rights? Yes. The business owner lost his right to decide who he can hire and who he can serve, and now we have a system of government that takes complete control over a man's investments (time and money) in the business he built with his own hands, which is exactly the goal of the Communist Party.

Perhaps now we can more clearly understand what communist Rodger Baldwin, founder of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), said:
"I have continued directing the unpopular fight for the rights of agitation [i.e. anxiety or nervousness], as director of the American Civil Liberties Union... I am for socialism, disarmament and ultimately for abolishing the state itself as an instrument of violence and compulsion. I seek the social ownership of property, the abolition of the propertied class and sole control by those who produce wealth. Communism is, of course, the goal."
-Rodger N. Baldwin, quoted in United States Congressional Serial Set, Issue 11748, 1954, p. 231, [University of California]; See also ACLU, The Civil Liberties Review, Vol. 2, J. Wiley, 1975, [University of Michigan]

The entire purpose of the "Civil Rights" movement in the U.S. has been, from its inception, a ploy to fool the ignorant masses into accepting a communist government. The only counter that will set the American people free is the Lord Jesus Christ to open their eyes to the truth.

Nevertheless when it shall turn to the Lord, the vail shall be taken away. Now the Lord is that Spirit: and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty.
-2 Corinthians 3:16-17

Then said Jesus to those Jews which believed on him, If ye continue in my word, then are ye my disciples indeed; And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.
-John 8:31-32


It was no secret that Martin Luther King Jr. hated capitalism. King's wife, Coretta Scott King, recalled her time with Martin during their first dates:
"When Martin and Coretta went out, they often discussed politics and race. 'I remember him talking,' Coretta said later in recalling those dates, 'about his concern for the masses. He talked about the unequal distribution of wealth and he said, "It's so unfair that a small percentage of the population could control all of the wealth." He felt that there could be a more equitable distribution of wealth' She recalled that he said that '"my old man is a capitalist and I don't believe in capitalism as it is practiced in the United States."'"
-David J. Garrow, Bearing the Cross: Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Open Road Media, 2015, ISBN: 9781504011525; Garrow is a Pulitzer Prize-winning historian and professor of law and history at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law.

It wasn't just King; many famous "Christian" people in the civil rights movements have ignored the Biblical foundation they claimed to hold dear, and took on worldly philosophies that helped them acheive their immediate personal goals. With that understanding, it should be no surprise to learn that Rosa Parks, who received a lot of media attention for her refusal to move to a segregated part of a bus, also took special activist courses at the communist Highlander Folk School just prior to her protest.
"Rosa also shared her experiences of discrimination with a sympathetic audience. 'Myles Horton just washed away and melted a lot of my hostility and prejudice and feelings of bitterness toward white people, because he had such a wonderful sense of humor,' Parks admitted... When the workshop ended, Horton asked all attendees for a written assessment. How could they apply the activist strategies they had learned at Highlander to combating inequality in their hometowns?"
-Ruth Ashby, Rosa Parks: Freedom Rider, Sterling Publishing Company Inc, 2008, p. 50-51, ISBN: 9781402748653

Rosa Parks was learning from the communist school to practice civil disobedience. This means that Parks learned that she should purposefully cause trouble in order to gather together more people to cause trouble, and because she saw so few people attending civil rights meetings, she made a public display that helped boost support. This was a political move in which she got on that bus for the express purpose of doing what she did; it was not a moral stand as we're told in textbooks, but they make her seem like she was some kind of hero.

They speak vanity every one with his neighbour: with flattering lips and with a double heart do they speak.
-Psalm 12:2

For they that are such serve not our Lord Jesus Christ, but their own belly; and by good words and fair speeches deceive the hearts of the simple.
-Romans 16:18

For our exhortation was not of deceit, nor of uncleanness, nor in guile: But as we were allowed of God to be put in trust with the gospel, even so we speak; not as pleasing men, but God, which trieth our hearts. For neither at any time used we flattering words, as ye know, nor a cloke of covetousness; God is witness:
-1 Thessalonians 2:3-5

Presidential Support for Communism

As soon as Franklin D. Roosevelt (a social U.S. president) was signed into office in 1933, he approved a communist-supporting law that made all private ownership of gold and silver illegal. That's a generally unknown law in the U.S. because it's not heavily enforced yet, but it supports the abolition of private property the communists fight for. Roosevelt's wife, Eleanor, also supported Highlander:
"Backers of the Highlander Folk School over the years had included Eleanor Roosevelt, wife of President Franklin Roosevelt, and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., along with many other Americans interested in civil liberties for all people."
-Anne E. Schraff, Rosa Parks: Tired of Giving In, Enslow Publishers Inc, 2005, p. 48, ISBN: 9780766024632

The communist King eventually cried out for a "Bill of Rights for the Disadvantaged," which is total nonsense because we already have a Bill of Rights in the U.S. The true purpose behind such a bill is not for the rights of the people, but to get the people to look to a communist government as their provider.

This triggered President Lyndon Johnson, the creator of the 501c3 devil's church, to approve the "Voting Rights Act of 1965" which was supposed to guarantee voting rights for blacks. This too is total nonsense because blacks already had voting rights guaranteed under the original Bill of Rights, and it further inspires communists to continue to their "peaceful" protests to inspire government mandates over all areas of a citizen's life, taking away their liberties one step at a time.

As we learned earlier, Horton and his staff in their foundational Commonwealth College were taking down the American flag, and instead putting up the hammer and sickle symbol of the communist Soviet Union. After experiencing public outcry, the communists of Commonwealth realized they needed to be more covert because they were having a hard time deceiving church-goers. So this time, in Highlander Folk School, they would try a more subtle approach for their strategy:
"The idea behind the college was that since Communism in the South couldn't beat religion, the Communists would use religion by, among other things, comparing texts taken from the New Testament and Karl Marx."
-Alan Stang, It's Very Simple: The True Story of Civil Rights, Western Islands, 1965, p. 108, [University of Michigan]

First as Commonwealth College, forced to close down due to communist affiliations, then as Highlander Folk School, forced to close down in 1961 due to communist affiliations, today it is known as Highlander Research and Education Center. Highlander has trained countless unsuspecting black men and women to help them further the communist agenda; for example Septima Clark (known as the "Grandmother" of the civil rights movement), James Bevel (a director of the SCLC), and Ralph Abernathy (executive board member of the SCLC and close friend to King), just to name a few.

Now that we understand the communist philosophy behind the movement, let's turn back to Martin Luther King Jr.'s position as the leader of the Southern "Christian" Leadership Conference. They're not Christian at all, but rather communists posing as Christians. The SCLC (which I more accurately call the Southern Communist Leadership Conference) was operated by a number of leaders with heavy communist ties:
"Bureau [FBI] field offices, however, were beginning to pay more attention to the activities of the SCLC. Indeed, SCLC had taken a more energetic role in the burgeoning [growing] civil rights movement with the July, 1960, appointment of talented Reverend Wyatt Tee Walker as executive director. A July, 1961, Atlanta field office report on Walker, written by agent Robert R. Nichols, alleged that Walker subscribed to the Worker, the newly named Communist Party newspaper. It also said that he and King had taken an active role in seeking clemency [mercy] for Carl Braden. Braden, convicted of contempt of Congress for refusing to answer questions before the House Un-American Activities Committee, was also once named by a Bureau informant as a Communist party member."
-David J. Garrow, The FBI and Martin Luther King, Jr.: From "Solo" to Memphis, Open Road Media, 2015, ISBN: 9781504011532; Garrow is a Pulitzer Prize-winning historian and professor of law and history at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law.

No born-again Christian I know would ever subscribe to a newspaper owned and authored by the Mormon church, for example, because they don't want to read the propaganda. Nor would any born-again Christian I know ever subscribe to a First Church of Satan publication for the same reason. The question is: Why would anyone claiming to be a leader among Christians, fighting for the rights of American citizens, pay money to receive a communist publication on a regular basis?

King worked closely with James Dombrowski, who the FBI discovered was an agent of Cuba:
"Treasurer of the Southern Conference Educational Fund (James Dombrowski)... registered in Washington D.C. as an agent of Fidel Castro's government."
-Carlos Bringuier, Red Friday, Nov 22, 1963, C. Hallberg, 1969, p. 43, [University of Wisconsin]; See also Alan Stang, It's Very Simple: The True Story of Civil Rights, 1965, p. 194

In case you may not know, Fidel Castro reigned as supreme leader of Cuba from 1959 to 2008, he is a strict Marxist/Leninist, and he was the first secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba, and Dombrowski reported directly to him. Dombrowski worked directly with Myles Horton as the leaders and founders of Highlander Folk School who trained King and many other prominent faces of the civil rights movement.

One of King's best friends and mentors was Fred Shuttlesworth, president of the Southern Christian Educational Fund, and Shuttlesworth accepted the invite to be honored at the 15th Anniversary Dinner of The National Guardian, which was a communist publication. Some of the Guardian's articles are archived today on marxists.org, and a Congressional Commitee described the publication as "a virtual official propaganda arm of Soviet Russia."
(See James D. Bales, The Martin Luther King Story, Christian Crusade, 1967, p. 81, [University of Michigan]; See also The Review of the News, Correction Please, Vol. 11, 1975, p. 33, [University of Wisconsin] )

King said: "Reverend Shuttlesworth is my principal aide. Why, he gave me my start and he advised me from the very first. I depend on him."
-Martin Luther King Jr, quoted by The Review of the News, Correction Please, Vol. 11, 1975, p. 33, [University of Wisconsin]

More communist ties and activities began to emerge as investigation into the SCLC continued:
"A January 8, 1962 letter from Director Hoover stated the Bureau had learned that Stanley D. Levison, 'a member of the Communist Party, USA... is alledgedly a close advisor to the Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr.' A reliable informant, Hoover said, had reported on January 4 that Isadore Wofsy, a high-ranking communist leader, had said that Levison had written a major speech that King delivered to the AFL-CIO [American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations] convention in Miami Beach on December 11, 1961. From all indications, this was the first time the FBI had realized King and Levison were close friends. In fact, the two men had known each other extremely well for over four years."
-David J. Garrow, The FBI and Martin Luther King, Jr.: From "Solo" to Memphis, Open Road Media, 2015, ISBN: 9781504011532; Garrow is a Pulitzer Prize-winning historian and professor of law and history at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law.

It was discovered that in 1961, King hired a former Communist Party insider (Stanley Levison) to serve him as a fund-raiser and ghostwriter (one who writes under another author or speaker's name), and Levison is the true author of the "I Have a Dream" speech. Levison, a white man, was the true decision-maker behind the SCLC and King's crusade, and he was known to be in constant communication with one of the highest ranking members of the KGB:
"Levison met King in the 1950s and subsequently attached himself to King as a personal confidant adviser. At his behest, Dr. King employed Jack O'Dell, a secret member of the Communist Party's governing body, in the SCLC. Levison was regularly dealing with a sophisticated officer of the Soviet intelligence service known as the KGB -- his name, Victor Lessiovsky."
-Ray Wannall, The Real J. Edgar Hoover: For the Record, Turner Publishing Company, 2000, p. 87, ISBN: 9781563115530

Jack O'Dell was hired by King, and after O'Dell's connection to the Communist Party was revealed, King claimed that he had removed O'Dell from his staff, but in reality, O'Dell actually got a promotion to the head of King's New York SCLC office. Author and researcher Joseph Alsop documented the following in his nationally syndicated column:
"The subject of real headshaking is the Rev. Martin Luther King. His influence is very great... he has accepted and is almost certainly accepting communist collaboration and even communist advice. In 1962-63 the issue of the communist role in the King organization was raised because of Hunter Pitts O'Dell, commonly called Jack O'Dell. This man, a known communist, held posts in the Southern Christian Leadership Council, first in the South and then in the New York office, until the late Spring of 1963. King finally dropped him when he was warned by United States Government officials that O'Dell was the genuine communist article. Officials warnings have been given to King about another, even more important associate who is known to be a key figure in the Covert apparatus of the Communist Party. After the warning, King broke off his open connections with this man, but a secondhand connection nonetheless continues."
-Joseph Alsop, "Matter of Fact," quoted by Ray Wannall, The Real J. Edgar Hoover: For the Record, Turner Publishing Company, 2000, p. 87-88, ISBN: 9781563115530

On numerous "black history" websites, O'Dell (a black man) was claimed to have left the Communist Party in the 1950s, but investigations in the 1960s revealed his communist ties never ended. The U.S. government urged King to disconnect ties with communists Levison and O'Dell, as was reported by the FBI (U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation) on June 17, 1963:
"The Attorney General called and advised he would like to have Assistant Attorney General Burke Marshall talk to Martin Luther King and tell Dr. King he has to get rid of Stanley Levison and Jack O'Dell, that he should not have any contact with them directly or indirectly. I pointed out that if Dr. King continues this association, he is going to hurt his own cause as there are more and more Communists trying to take advantage of [the] movement and bigots down South who are against integration are beginning to charge Dr. King is tied in with Communists. I stated I thought Marshall could very definitely say this association is rather widely known and, with things crystallizing for them now, nothing could be worse than for Dr. King to be associated with it."
-J. Edgar Hoover and Robert F. Kennedy, memorandum June 17, 1963, quoted by Ray Wannall, The Real J. Edgar Hoover: For the Record, Turner Publishing Company, 2000, p. 87-88, ISBN: 9781563115530

The government did contact King and advise him to drop his communist connections; however, King did not. It was for this reason, that those in the U.S. government who were originally trying to protect King began to question his motives.

Julia Brown, a black woman, was a counter-intelligence agent for the FBI who infiltrated the Communist Party in Cleveland, Ohio. She gave the following testimony about her time undercover:
"I also believe that Mr. King was one of the worst enemies my people [black people] ever had. I know that it is considered poor taste to speak ill of the dead, but when someone served the enemies of our country while alive, and his name is still used by his comrades to promote anti-American activities, shouldn't people who know speak the truth out? I learned many surprising things while I served the Communist Party for the FBI.
Communist leaders told us about the demonstrations that would be started, the protest marches, the demands that would be made for massive federal intervention. Every communist was ordered to help convince American negroes that we were no better off than slaves. Wherever we went and whatever we did, we were to promote race consciousness and resentment, because the communists knew that the technique of divide and conquer really works. We were also told to promote Martin Luther King to unite negroes and whites behind him, and to turn him into some kind of national hero. We were to look to King as our leader in this struggle, the communists said, because he was on our side. I know they were right because while I was in the communist party I learned that Martin Luther King attended a communist training school. I learned that several of his aids and assistants were communists, and that he received funds from communists, and that he was taking directions from communists. Most Americans never look at the communist press in this country, if they did they would learn that the communists love Martin Luther King. He was one of their greatest heroes, and I know for a fact the communists would never have promoted him, financed him, and supported him if they couldn't trust him. He carried out their orders just as slavishly as party members in Cleveland, Ohio."
-Julia Brown, quoted by Gerald L.K. Smith, The Cross and the Flag, self published, Vol. 30, Issue 12, 1972, p. 8; See also Proposals for Martin Luther King, Jr. National Holiday: Heraring Before the Subcommittee on Census and Population, U.S. Government Printing Office, Feb 23, 1982, p. 54


In 1963, the FBI began a direct investigation of King (wiretaps approved by Attorney General Robert Kennedy) to see if they could find any communist planning going on in his activities. They were unable to find any communist activity in the wiretaps recordings, but this shouldn't come as a surprise since communists don't need to be vocal inside the "civil liberties" movement; the people involved automatically and unknowingly further the communist agenda without the need for specific input. Nonetheless, wiretaps were put in King's home, SCLC offices, and ten different hotels where King frequently stayed while traveling, despite the fact that these men would not be stupid enough to have conversations like that with King in those locations, but what the FBI did find was an absurd amount of adultery and fornication the likes of which even the FBI was not expecting.
(See Beverly Gage, "What an Uncensored Letter to M.L.K. Reveals," New York Times, Nov 11, 2014, retrieved May 17, 2016, [nytimes.com/2014/11/16/magazine/what-an-uncensored-letter-to-mlk-reveals.html?_r=2])

"In the course of monitoring King and Levison, the F.B.I. discovered something that would have greater impact on King's life than the subversion issue. King practiced a 'compulsive sexual athleticism' that he explained to one friend as 'a form of anxiety reduction.'"
-Howell Raines, "Driven to Martyrdom", New York Times, Nov 30, 1986, retrieved May 26, 2016, [nytimes.com/books/00/06/04/specials/garrow-cross.html]

In November of 1964, a year after the investigation began, John E. Hoover, director of the FBI at the time, called Martin Luther King Jr. "the most notorious liar in the country." The FBI delivered some of this information to the press, but stories almost never saw the light of day. One of Hoover's deputies took it upon himself to write King a threatening letter:
"In view of your low grade, abnormal personal behavior I will not dignify your name with either a Mr. or a Reverend or a Dr. And, your last name calls to mind only the type of King such as King Henry the VIII and his countless acts of adultery and immoral conduct lower than that of a beast.
King, look into your heart. You know you are a complete fraud and a great liability to all of us Negroes. White people in this country have enough frauds of their own but I am sure they don’t have one at this time that is any where near your equal. You are no clergyman and you know it. I repeat you are a colossal fraud and an evil, vicious one at that. You could not believe in God and act as you do. Clearly you don’t believe in any personal moral principles.

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King, like all frauds your end is approaching. You could have been our greatest leader. You, even at an early age have turned out to be not a leader but a dissolute, abnormal moral imbecile. We will now have to depend on our older leaders like Wilkins a man of character and thank God we have others like him. But you are done. Your 'honorary' degrees, your Nobel Prize (what a grim farce) and other awards will not save you. King, I repeat you are done.
No person can overcome facts, not even a fraud like yourself. Lend your sexually psychotic ear to the enclosure. You will find yourself and in all your dirt, filth, evil and moronic talk exposed on the record for all time. I repeat — no person can argue successfully against facts. You are finished. You will find on the record for all time your filthy, dirty, evil companions, male and females giving expression with you to your hidious abnormalities. And some of them to pretend to be ministers of the Gospel. Satan could not do more. What incredible evilness. It is all there on the record, your sexual orgies. Listen to yourself you filthy, abnormal animal. You are on the record. You have been on the record — all your adulterous acts, your sexual orgies extending far into the past. This one is but a tiny sample. You will understand this. Yes, from your various evil playmates on the east coast to [redacted] [sic -- see reference for details] and others on the west coast and outside the country you are on the record. King you are done.
The American public, the church organizations that have been helping — Protestant, Catholic and Jews will know you for what you are — an evil, abnormal beast. So will others who have backed you. You are done.
King, there is only one thing left for you to do. You know what it is. You have just 34 days in which to do (this exact number has been selected for a specific reason, it has definite practical significance. You are done. There is but one way out for you. You better take it before your filthy, abnormal fraudulent self is bared to the nation."

-Anonymous Letter to Martin Luther King Jr, National Archives, College Park, Maryland [archives.gov/dc-metro/college-park]; See also Beverly Gage, "What an Uncensored Letter to M.L.K. Reveals," New York Times, Nov 11, 2014, retrieved May 17, 2016, [nytimes.com/2014/11/16/magazine/what-an-uncensored-letter-to-mlk-reveals.html?_r=2]; The New York Times removed the name of a woman from the letter because they were not able to confirm or deny involvement.

The American public has been forbidden, by court order, to see the files or hear the tapes. The information, consisting of 17,000 pages from FBI investigation and surveillance, has been classified until 2027. Why is it, do you think, the government doesn't want the American people to see those files?
(See Truman State University, "Martin Luther King, Jr. FBI File - Microforms," retrieved May 31, 2016, [library.truman.edu/microforms/martin_luther_king.asp])

And this is the condemnation, that light is come into the world, and men loved darkness rather than light, because their deeds were evil. For every one that doeth evil hateth the light, neither cometh to the light, lest his deeds should be reproved.
-John 3:19-20

It's unclear what threats this anonymous author was making to King. It could have been that he wanted him to come forth with the truth, resign, or even commit suicide. However, since we cannot hear the casset tapes from the wiretaps, we are left to deduce from this letter what King was involved in, and it seems that Martin Luther King Jr. was into sexual acitivity outside of his marriage (adultery), which included both women and men in sex orgies, along with other men claiming to be "ministers of the Gospel," at the same time.

Unto the pure all things are pure: but unto them that are defiled and unbelieving is nothing pure; but even their mind and conscience is defiled. They profess that they know God; but in works they deny him, being abominable, and disobedient, and unto every good work reprobate.
-Titus 1:15-16

Because of the hostile nature of the above letter, most media outlets try to make it seem like it was the FBI that was evil in this instance, and I have no argument against the FBI being evil; however, the "evilness of the FBI" is made a focus point by many authors for the express purpose to cover up the truth about King and his sexual deviancy. (i.e. They want to make King look good; they don't want to hear the facts.) Sadly, back in the 1960s, the media was no different than it is today because the FBI sent the evidence of King to numerous media outlets at the time, but no one published the information.

William Rutherford was a black businessman that served as the director of the SCLC for a very short time. Rutherford recalls his experience with the SCLC, saying that meetings were not taken seriously, with very low attendance; most notably King himself not present. As weeks passed under Rutherford's leadership, he witnessed what really went on behind the scenes:
"Rutherford received some jolts of his own as he was drawn into SCLC's milieu [mi-loo - social environment]. 'I was really rather surprised and shocked at what I saw... SCLC was a very rowdy place,' and 'the movement altogether was a very raunchy exercise.' Rutherford's first shock stemmed from reports of an Atlanta group party that had featured both a hired prostitute as well as the unsuccessful ravishing of a seventeen-year-old SCLC secretary. Rutherford raised the subject at an executive staff session, 'and the meeting cracked up in laughter... The only one who wasn't laughing was Bernard Lafayette,' the other newcomer. King was laughing too, a further reflection of SCLC's 'very relaxed attitude toward sex' and the 'genuine ribald [rude sex] humor' that predominated."
-David J. Garrow, Bearing the Cross: Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Open Road Media, 2015, ISBN: 9781504011525; Garrow is a Pulitzer Prize-winning historian and professor of law and history at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law.

It didn't take long for William [Bill] Rutherford to figure out that King was sneaking off to participate in his own sexual escepades:
"Rutherford received another eye-opener when he finally took King up on his repeated invitation to drop by the house sometime. One night Rutherford and Chauncy Eskridge went by, with Eskridge in the lead. 'Hi Coretta'... where's Martin? She said, Oh, he's in a meeting at Bill Rutherford's. And I gulped, and I said, Oh yeah, sure, sure, that's right, but it wasn't a meeting I had to be in. She looked with a very penetrating glance--looking right through me--and we changed the subject, and walked out. I could have died.' Other King colleagues encountered similar situations in which Coretta avoided acknowledging unpleasant facts, but that experience made Rutherford face up to the side of King's life that most of his closest colleagues rarely if ever discussed."
-David J. Garrow, Bearing the Cross: Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Open Road Media, 2015, ISBN: 9781504011525; Garrow is a Pulitzer Prize-winning historian and professor of law and history at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law.

What most people may not consider is the position of a young black woman in the 1960s being married to a famous (or rather infamous) black man. If she were to confront King, and a divorce took place, not only would there be massive media blowback, but she would be branded as an evil, unfaithful woman who would spend her life in the negative media light, and there would be no work for her to support herself being already so well-known.

Coretta's willful ignorance of King's sexual deviancy was proven conclusively after she got her hands on the wiretap tapes sent to her by the FBI:
"When he got the tape, King was surprised to learn that the FBI knew so much about his private life, but he also told friends it was none of their business. The FBI tape was also sent to Coretta: she claimed she could not make out what was going on and ignored it. Later she admitted she had never once discussed infidelity with King, saying: 'I just wouldn’t have burdened him with anything so trivial... all that other business just didn’t have a place in the very high-level relationship we enjoyed.'"
-Daily Mail, "Sex tapes, FBI smear and the double life of an all too human saint: The other side to the Martin Luther King story," Aug 30, 2013, retrieved May 26, 2016, [dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2407403/Sex-tapes-FBI-smears-double-life-human-saint-The-Martin-Luther-King-story.html]

Even though Coretta refused to acknowledge the truth out of fear of the results, and even though Martin kept up his facade in front of the camera, King told his friends:
"I'm away from home twenty-five to twenty-seven days a month. F*****g's a form of anxiety reduction."
-Martin Luther King Jr, quoted by Randall Woods, LBJ: Architect of American Ambition, Simon and Schuster, 2007, p. 929, ISBN: 9781416593317

"It didn’t help that when he [King] was out on the road with his fellow preachers in the early civil rights movement, he was among like minds. Commentators say these pastors’ sexual charisma was a fundamental part of their appeal to congregations. Sleeping with female members was the norm rather than the exception and King himself admitted that he didn’t know a single black preacher who was chaste. As the veteran activist Michael Harrington delicately phrased it, the movement was 'not at all a sour-faced, pietistic' [religiously devoted] endeavour. 'Everybody was out getting laid.' Or trying to.
One of King’s most distinguished biographers, Taylor Branch, revealed how — on King’s trip to Norway to collect the 1964 Nobel Peace Prize — members of his entourage were found running after naked or near-naked prostitutes in the Oslo hotel where they were staying. Only a desperate appeal to hotel security saved them from being thrown out. Branch also detailed how FBI agents bugged King’s hotel room in Washington in January 1964 and recorded him in adulterous full flow. 'I’m f*****g for God! I’m not a negro tonight!' he could be heard shouting."

-Daily Mail, "Sex tapes, FBI smear and the double life of an all too human saint: The other side to the Martin Luther King story," Aug 30, 2013, retrieved May 26, 2016, [dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2407403/Sex-tapes-FBI-smears-double-life-human-saint-The-Martin-Luther-King-story.html]

This blasphemous sex pervert is honored as a hero with a nationally recognized holiday in which government employees get paid leave at taxpayer expense.

In front of the public eye, King wore a mask to hide his true self because inside he was wicked and corrupt. It should be no surprise to learn that he was incredibly depressed towards the end of his life:
"Other close friends were concerned about King's despondant state and morbid comments about his death. 'In the later years he was given to a kind of depression that he had not had earlier,' Andrew Young recalled. 'He talked about death all the time... He couldn't relax, he couldn't sleep... Even when we were away on trips, he'd want to talk all night long... And just physically, I was afraid,' Young said, of how worn down King was. 'He was spiritually exhausted,' Longtime Birmingham friend Deenie Drew noticed the same changes. 'In his last year or so, I had a feeling that Mike had a death wish... I had a feeling that he didn't know which way to turn.'"
-David J. Garrow, Bearing the Cross: Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Open Road Media, 2015, ISBN: 9781504011525; Garrow is a Pulitzer Prize-winning historian and professor of law and history at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law.

When your entire life is built on a lie, I would say that's pretty good reason for deep depression, sadness, insomnia, and thoughts of suicide. I personally believe King was finally coming to the realization that his sin and double life had made him into a slave, from which there was no escape, and his conscience was convicting him.

"[King] became, if anything, even more stiffly reserved in manner, 'quiet and very, very shy,' as Stanley Levison was to remember, with 'a certain arm's-length approach.' Even to close aides he seemed 'very lonely,' as one would recall, 'despite the fact he was surrounded by people all the time.'... He pleaded to Harry Belafonte [a lifelong confidant]... 'I need your help. I have no idea where this movement is going.'"
-Marshall Frady, Martin Luther King, Jr.: A Life, Penguin, 2005, ISBN: 9781101221396

Think about that for a moment: The man who said "I have a dream," has no idea where he's going? That actually makes perfect sense based on what we've learned about King. That speech was in part written for him by a communist, and in part plagiarized from the work of others, so it doesn't matter how charismatically he presents those words, they are dead to him because they never came from his mind and his heart.

Help, LORD; for the godly man ceaseth; for the faithful fail from among the children of men. They speak vanity every one with his neighbour: with flattering lips and with a double heart do they speak.
-Psalm 12:1-2

"Coretta was disturbed by her husband's state of mind. 'He got very depressed,' she remembered, 'a state of depression' that 'was greater than I had ever seen it before... He said, People expect me to have answers and I don't have any answers. He said, I don't feel like speaking to people. I don't have anything to tell them.' He was supposed to fly to Louisville on Wednesday, to speak at a voter registration rally, but could not summon the strength to make his scheduled flight. Coretta recalled her husband's phone call from the airport. 'I've missed my flight,' he told her. 'I know why I missed my flight; I really don't want to go. I get tired of going and not having any answers.'"
-David J. Garrow, Bearing the Cross: Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Open Road Media, 2015, ISBN: 9781504011525; Garrow is a Pulitzer Prize-winning historian and professor of law and history at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law.

King had no dream, he had no vision, he had no plan, other than to have sex with as many women as he could in order to fill the gaping hole in his spirit because he did not have the Lord Jesus Christ as his savior and comforter. He was also a total failure in the "nonviolent" approach to his movement.

King's "Nonviolent" Protests Broke Out in Violence Every Time

Here's the typical mainstream line we are taught in public school systems:
"Drawing inspiration from both his Christian faith and the peaceful teachings of Mahatma Gandhi, Dr. King led a nonviolent movement in the late 1950's and '60s to achieve legal equality for African-Americans in the United States. While others were advocating for freedom by 'any means necessary,' including violence, Martin Luther King, Jr. used the power of words and acts of nonviolent resistance, such as protests, grassroots organizing, and civil disobedience to achieve seemingly-impossible goals."
-The King Center, "About Dr. King," retrieved May 27, 2016, [thekingcenter.org/about-dr-king]

There wasn't a single "peaceful" protest organized by King's organization that did not end in violence, and that's something a lot of these King-worshipping websites don't mention. Of course, the mainstream media and black-educational sources teach that it was simply whites and white police officers who instigated all the violence, but that's simply not true.

I'm not saying that there was no violence by whites and the police, but it was the black protestors in King's civil rights movement that were seeking to initiate violence in the first place. A black editor for the Washington Post reveals some truth behind the curtain, that "magnifying problems" (i.e. raising hostility levels) was what King was doing on purpose:
"But magnifying the problems was King's key strategy, and he received the same admonishments [i.e. King was scolded for his approach]. Protesters who marched in the streets of America's most staunchly [firmly] racist cities and towns were attacked by police dogs, their clothing was tattered by high-pressure fire hoses, and their lives were taken by police officers' bullets. Alarmed by what they saw, eight liberal, white clergymen wrote a public statement in 1963, calling King’s movement foolish and counterproductive. They sympathized with his cause but said his actions were too aggressive, too disruptive and drove people to violent uprising. The clergymen urged black Americans to reject King’s leadership and adopt peaceful means to achieve racial equality. King's 'nonviolent' movement, they said, was anything but.
King's response, written while he was detained in Alabama, was the famous 'Letter From Birmingham Jail.' He wrote that, in fighting racial injustice, the goal of his demonstrations was 'so to dramatize the issue that it can no longer be ignored.' In other words, violence was not something that simply happened to activists; they invited it. Violence was critical to the success of the 1960s civil rights movement,"

-Simone Sebastian, "Don't criticize Black Lives Matter for provoking violence. The civil rights movement did, too; Martin Luther King Jr. deliberately courted violence," The Washington Post, Oct 1, 2015, retrieved May 27, 2016, [washingtonpost.com/posteverything/wp/2015/10/01/dont-criticize-black-lives-matter-for-provoking-violence-the-civil-rights-movement-did-too]

This is one of the major reasons why the communists supported King so heavily because they knew that in order to get the American people to suckle at the teat of the government (i.e. socialism and communism), there first needed to be infighting among the people that would force the government to intervene. The black communities involved in the civil rights movement have always been used and abused by the communists to further their political goals.

We also need to consider how King looked during his latter days to the communist leaders who were backing him. A man whose sexual lusts had grown beyond anyone's control, in addition to his deep depression and no longer wanting to be at the head of the movement, King had become a man who was a serious liability; thus, King had to be eliminated before he caused any damage.

Keep in mind that killing King would not be just a matter of protection; if someone is seen as holy and righteous in the public eye, and is suddenly murdered, he then becomes a martyr, and his name can be used to further the communist goals even in his death. We also need to consider that the mid-1960s was the height of the Vietnam War; the civil rights movement was pretty much dead because people were not interested in it anymore, and the death of a head social figure like King would be just the thing needed to get the violence-instigating "nonviolent" movement back into full swing again.

On April 4, 1968, Martin Luther King Jr. was shot on the second floor balcony of his hotel room in Tennesee, and just as the communists planned and hoped for, race riots began in the streets leaving many hundreds dead and untold milllions of dollars in property damage. Immediately, the Fair Housing Act, a communist-supporting bill that would put the government in charge of telling businesses who they can serve and who they can hire (i.e. taking away the rights of business owners), was passed in Congress with an overwhelming majority behind it.

A couple of months after King's death, the FBI arrested James Earl Ray, an escaped convict who was living abroad in other countries, but had returned to the U.S. in 1967. In public schools, we are taught that Ray was the killer, but it's interesting that Ray was sentenced to 99 years in prison WITHOUT a trial by jury, which is a right of all people guaranteed in the sixth amendment of our U.S. Constitution.

Remember: James Earl Ray's right to a fair trial by a jury of his peers comes from the same U.S. Bill of Rights that allows a black man the freedom to own a home and earn a wage.

Being denied a jury trial ought to be odd enough for any U.S. citizen to stand back and take pause, but it seems to never get questioned by the black activists. However, this gets even stranger: After nine months of interrogation, Ray finally pleaded guilty, but turned around a few days later and said he was not guilty. I think we need a few more details of context before we jump to conclusions.

Martin Luther King III, Martin Luther King Jr.'s son, did not believe the official story:
"In my opinion it had to be a conspiracy of some kind. It's probably a fact - but that's just my personal opinion - that the intelligence community played a role."
-Martin Luther King III, quoted by Philip H. Melanson, The Martin Luther King Assassination, SP Books, 1994, p. 185, ISBN: 9781561711314; Melanson is a professor of political science at the University of Massachusetts.

Dexter King met with James Earl Ray, spoke with him for an hour, and told Ray directly that he believed Ray was not the killer. The following video has a live interview with Dexter King on MSNBC, and they had another guest on by the name of David Garrow, whose name you may recognize if you've been paying attention to the book references in this article:
DEXTER KING: "Did you kill my father?"
JAMES EARL RAY: "No, I didn't."
DEXTER KING: "I believe you, and my family believes you. And we are going to do everything in our power to try and make sure justice will prevail."
REPORTER: "Their meeting became a one-hour friendly encounter... In 1969, Ray confessed to killing Dr. King, but later recanted, saying he was framed. Over the years, Ray has tried unsuccessfully to get a trial. Last February, the King family testified in Memphis, to help reopen the case. An appellate court is now considering the request."

REPORTER: "Take me back to the moment when you reached out and shook James Earl Ray's hand; what was that like?"
DEXTER KING: "It was very moving; a feeling of relief to finally meet face-to-face with the man who has been accused, but has since, from the beginning, said that he was innocent. I continue to hear that he confessed, and in fact, he didn't confess. He plead guilty which is different technically speaking."
REPORTER: "When you asked him, 'Did you kill my father,' in no uncertain terms, and he said 'No, I did not,' why do you believe him?"
DEXTER KING: "I believe him because there's so much new evidence that has been presented to my family vis a vis [corresponding with] his attorney Bill Pepper. Also, the fact of the matter is he has said from the beginning he was innocent. I asked him why he plead guilty. He said basically his attorney at the time cut a deal behind the scenes with the district attorney and unbeknownst [without knowledge] to him, he was forfeiting his rights to a trial. As soon as he found that out, three days later, he recanted and has since been trying to get a trial."

David Garrow, author of many books on King and who I have quoted and referenced to many times in this article, is interviewed along side Dexter King.

REPORTER: "You said that the scene of James Earl Ray and Dexter King shaking hands was quote 'sad and surreal', why?"
GARROW: "I think it's very sad that the King family and the King children are so uninformed of the history that they could be open to believe that Mr. Ray was not involved in Dr. King's assassination. Mr. Ray was someone of long-standing racist, segregationist affiliations, and as the house assassinations committee very correctly concluded 19 years ago, Mr. Ray was probably the trigger man for a wider segregationist conspiracy to kill Dr. King."
REPORTER: "Dexter King and his family members are not the only people asking questions for the last 29 years. If there are some doubts, why is it a betrayal to Dr. King's legacy to meet James Earl Ray face-to-face, and at least try and get some answers to those questions?"
GARROW: "Unfortunately Matt, we will find people who will deny that slavery was bad for Afro-Americans. People will deny the holocaust happened in Europe. Unfortunately, people just don't have a good enough historical recollection of how many times, how thoroughly, this has been investigated. Mr. Ray testified, for three days on live national television in 1978, and I think it's fair to say, made a laughing stock of himself. Mr. Ray could tell the truth if he chose to."

What Garrow didn't know is that Dexter King was listening live and was on the interview, broadcasted from another location.

REPORTER: "Mr. Garrow, hang on for one second because joining us now is Dexter King... Mr. Garrow seems to think that you and your family are being duped by James Earl Ray and his attorneys. What's your reaction?"
DEXTER KING: "I am very disturbed by his comments that anyone in this day and age of victimless rights would suggest that it is wrong for a family to question who killed their loved one... I guess I'm really not surprised because Mr. Garrow, for whatever reason, is doing his job, and frankly, he is an agent for those forces of suppression who do not want this truth to come forward."
GARROW: "Unfortunately, the King family has not looked at the record that the House Assassinations Committee compiled 19 years ago. There's really no dispute among people who know this history well about Mr. Ray's guilt. The real questions we should be pursuing, and that Mr. King should be putting to Mr. Ray, are who encouraged and who funded Mr. Ray to kill Martin Luther King Jr. That should be our focus."
DEXTER KING: "I think what is really appaulling here is that Mr. Garrow has built a platform on exploiting my father's legacy. If it were not for my family, Mr. Garrow would not have gained access to my father's papers, and many other things that have given him a platform to speak out. And to now come back and say that we're misinformed is totally appaulling."
GARROW: "What we have here, and what people need to remember, is that Mr. Ray, like other segregationist terrorists from the 1960s, did a tremendous amount of harm to the black freedom struggle. And for Mr. King to be misled into believing in mafia conspiracies is so unfortunately ignorant of him."
DEXTER KING: "I met Mr. Ray. He is not a segregationist. *chuckles* I've met segregationists. This man was not born in the south, as the media portrayed at the time. The fact of the matter is he was born in Illinois. I met his family. They are not people who strike me as racist. The fact of the matter is this man was setup, and we need to deal with this, so that we can move on. The American public deserves the right to know. Certainly the family of the victim deserve the right to know what happened to their loved one. We need to stop living in denial in this country and once and for all face this injustice."
REPORTER: "The reverend Jesse Jackson agrees somewhat with Mr. Garrow in saying that James Earl Ray does not deserve a trial until he begins to tell the truth, among other things, saying that 'Raoul' [Ray's alibi] never existed. Would you at least agree with that, that he does need to tell a little bit more of the truth before a trial is warrented?"
DEXTER KING: "Well, first of all, Raoul has been located. As I said, there are so many people who are talking about this case as if they are informed; they are the ones who are uninformed. They do not have the up-to-date latest information."

How many black protesters have cried injustice because they were not given, or tricked out of, their right to a fair trial, but now when the role is reversed, many of those same black protesters could care less if a white man gets his right to a fair trial. Because of such treatment, not only is the black civil rights movement communist in its foundation, it's now a cesspool of hypocrites. The media is doing nothing but pushing the "official government story," which is what they always do to quell public interest in finding the truth; leading the public to believe that no conspiracies exist anywhere in our government, or elsewhere, and that our government can never lie to us.

I am fully aware that this article will get buried among the millions and billions of pages throughout the internet, and very few people will ever read it, let alone take the documented evidence seriously. However, for those of you who will read and take it seriously, I'll leave you with the words of a few men, starting with New York Times editor John Swinton in a speech he gave at an annual dinner of the New York Press Association in 1914, and I hope black men and women everywhere will consider this:
"There is no such thing as an independent Press in America, if we expect that of little country towns. You know this and I know it. Not a man among you dares to utter his honest opinion. Were you to utter it, you know beforehand that it would never appear in print. I am paid one hundred and fifty dollars a week so that I may keep my honest opinion out of the paper for which I write. You, too, are paid similar salaries for similar services. Were I to permit that a single edition of my newspaper contained an honest opinion, my occupation... would be gone in less than twenty-four hours. The man who would be so foolish as to write his honest opinion would soon be on the streets in the search for another job. It is the duty of a New York journalist to lie, to distort, to revile, to toady at the feet of Mammon, and to sell his country and his race for his daily bread, or what amounts to the same thing, his salary. We are the tools and the vassals of the rich behind the scenes. We are marionettes. These men pull the strings, and we dance. Our time, our talents, our lives, our capacities are all the property of these men; we are intellectual prostitutes."
-John Swinton, quoted by Berdj Kenadjian & Martin Zakarian, From Darkness to Light, BookPros, 2006, p. 61-62, ISBN: 9781933538242

Do you honestly believe that news publications have miraculously become more honest over the past century? Do you think news outlets are more honest because they're on a TV? Philip Francis, a 40-year veteran journalist, did his part to warn the American people in 1919:
"With a few honorable exceptions, the big papers and magazines of the United States are the most ignorant and gullible, as well as the most cowardly and controlled press, printed in any country in the world. The majority of the owners are mere financiers, who look upon their magazines and newspapers simply as moneymaking mills, and who, whenever it is a question between more coin and good, honest, patriotic public service, will take the coin every time."
-Philip Francis, The Poison in America's Cup, Littlebooks Library, 1919, p. 31, [University of Minnesota]

These people are so wicked, they feel no shame whatsoever to deceive and lie to everyone. They puff themselves up in the things they ought to be ashamed of, and their true God is in their belly, meaning that to have material goods is more important to them than truth.

For many walk, of whom I have told you often, and now tell you even weeping, that they are the enemies of the cross of Christ: Whose end is destruction, whose God is their belly, and whose glory is in their shame, who mind earthly things.
-Philippians 3:18-19

Although I do not endorse him in any way, I would like to end by quoting Leroy Eldridge Cleaver (leader of the Black Panther Party) for the sake of those black "civil liberty" activists. Cleaver understood very well that popular black leaders were allowing themselves to be used by the masked government for their hidden agenda:
"One tactic by which the rulers of America have kept the bemused millions of Negroes in optimum subjugation has been a conscious [i.e. they're fully aware of what's happening], systematic emasculation of Negro leadership. Through an elaborate system of sanctions, rewards, penalties, and persecutions--with, more often than not, members of the black bourgeoisie [middle class] acting as hatchet men--any Negro who sought leadership over the black masses and refused to become a tool of the white power structure was either cast into prison, killed, hounded out of the country, or blasted into obscurity and isolation in his own land and among his own people. His isolation was assured by publicity boycotts alternated with character assassination in the mass media, and by fratricidal [conflict from within] power plays of Uncle Toms [obedient black man to his white master] who control the Negro community on behalf of the white power structure."
-Leroy Eldridge Cleaver, Soul on Ice, 1968, p. 87; See also Jet Magazine, Vol. 35, No. 15, Jan 16, 1969, p. 15-16, ISSN: 0021-5996

Jet Magazine was a weekly publication aimed toward black audiences, and was called "The Weekly Negro News Magazine." In the reference above, Jet quoted Cleaver's words, but then immediately put Martin Luther King Jr.'s picture in the column as one of the great black leaders who was persecuted for standing up for truth; they completely ignore the fact that his character was not assassinated in the media, but rather has been lifted up to the level of a great prophet, even honoring him with a government-recognized holiday.

I am thoroughly unfamiliar with the writings of Cleaver, so I don't know if he ever named King specifically, but the description he gave of an "Uncle Tom," which is a black man serving the white powers-that-be, is precisely what Martin Luther King Jr. was doing. Although King was arrested on a few occasions, his liability to his white masters became too much, which led to his early death, but he was certainly not "hounded out of the country," nor "blasted into obscurity" by any means because as a martyr, dropping his name in our modern U.S. society has more weight and power behind it than if he was still alive today.

I would pray for all men, black or white, that they would be given understanding of what's really happening, and most importantly, that they would be given understanding of the true Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ that their souls may be saved on the Day of Judgment. Fighting all the deception in the world through political activism won't save mens' souls; it is the wise man who looks to the saving of the soul first and formost:

The fruit of the righteous is a tree of life; and he that winneth souls is wise.
-Proverbs 11:30

Again, I am aware that many black preachers, who have made King into their hero, will condemn me for speaking the truth on this matter. And again, I would ask that these black men stop judging King based on the color of his skin:
"I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character."
-Martin Luther King Jr., "I Have a Dream," Aug 28, 1963, retrieved May 13, 2016, [americanrhetoric.com/speeches/mlkihaveadream.htm]

It is through the deception of the media that a wicked, adulterous, blaspheming devil has been transformed into an angel of light. I would ask that Christians remember the Word of God, and to put aside emotion to handle these matters with understanding:

Brethren, be not children in understanding: howbeit in malice be ye children, but in understanding be men.
-1 Corinthians 14:20

That we henceforth be no more children, tossed to and fro, and carried about with every wind of doctrine, by the sleight of men, and cunning craftiness, whereby they lie in wait to deceive;
-Ephesians 4:14




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