What about Martin Luther King

I was 10 years old when USA/DC murdered MLK.

You did not know it was the RED,WHITE & Blue which murdered Him?

The King Family knew James Earl Ray did not murder MLK.
The family met with him and told him they knew he did not do it.

Not saying Ray was a nice man, but being a career criminal does not make one guilty of a murder they did not do.

The King family sued the USA/DC for murdering King in Civil Court and won.

‘US Government Found Guilty In The Assassination Of Martin Luther King’

“The jury was clearly convinced by the extensive evidence that was presented during the trial that, in addition to Mr. Jowers, the conspiracy of the Mafia, local, state and federal government agencies, were deeply involved in the assassination of my husband. The jury also affirmed overwhelming evidence that identified someone else, not James Earl Ray, as the shooter, and that Mr. Ray was set up to take the blame.”
Mrs. Coretta Scott King.

MLK did not walk on water.
He was human.
He had faults and he allied himself with some communist powers and organizations.

When one is the underdog fighting against an empire like the USA/DC, one sometimes has to accept help from people and organizations one would not normally associate with.

He was guilty of cheating on his wife with other women.

John 8:7
“He that is without sin among you, let him cast the first stone.”

The same USA which lied to you and said a lone gunman murdered King, also indoctrinated you that USA/DC invaded the Confederacy and mass murdered almost a million Americans, most civilians, women children and old men to end slavery.

There were African slaves in yankeeland after there were none in the South.

The USA “loved” Africans so much they exterminated 20,000 freed African women and children in death camps at Natchez Mississippi after the war was over.

There were no African men in the USA’s death camps as the Men were doing slave labor for the USA Military.

When forced to admit this happened, dishonest people will try to blame the Confederacy using deceptive phrases and leaving out truth.
But this was a Red, White And Blue USA/DC holocaust of 20,000 African American women and children.

America’s 1st Black Concentration Camp *The Devils Punchbowl, Natchez, MS

Another thing the USA/DC “forgets” to teach in their government indoctrination centers called “public schools” is this fact.

The vast majority of slave ships and slave traders were New York yankee Jews.

The UDA/DC also forgets to teach that there were Irish and English slaves in America before there were African slaves.
The English and Irish slaves tended to die from yellow fever and malaria where because African slaves had some natural immunity from these because of Sickle cell anemia.

The USA/DC also “forget” to teach this.

Slavery is morally wrong whether it is Irish, English or Africans being made slaves, just as it is wrong for all Americans being made slaves to the “elites” of the USA/DC through taxes and forced compliance with anti-human laws and rules from fear of the USA/DC’s police forces and military weapons.

At the end of the illegal war by USA/DC in 1865, a brutal occupation began of the conquered Southern counties.

Most, not all but most of the freed African American slaves were uneducated and easily used by the occupation USA/DC carpetbaggers.

They were instigated not for their own benefit, but from the yankee’s wanting to punish the South for fighting the USA/DC’s illegal conquest of the Southland, to be used in devious ways against the European Americans in the Occupied militarily Southland.

This caused a resentment and in some cases a hatred against African Americans in the South which had not existed before “reconstruction”.

When the Southerners got a bit of power back in the occupation State “governments” the ignorant among them tended to make laws which oppressed not the yankees responsible for these long years of grievances, but the African Americans who had been used as useful fools, pawns in the yankee’s hate of the Southern people.

This is where the segregation and Jim Crow Laws grew out of.

Regardless of why they existed, you can not have a moral society when one segment of that society is kept down and discriminated against as sub humans.

MLK saw this, understood this and despite whatever failings he might have had, stood up to help his people knowing it might cost him his life.
He did his duty to God as he saw his duty.

And it did cost him his life.

The USA/DC allowed him to continue while he tried to bring an end to oppression of African Americans in the South, because yankees are evil and have a self righteous feeling of superiority to Southerners.

But once MLK thought he had done about as much as he could in the South for the Time being, he declared his intention of cleaning up the oppression of his people in yankeeland to include the slums where Jewish slumlords milked African Americans which were used to keep African Americans from moving up in society in yankeeland.

At that point the USA/DC murdered him.

If he had lived, you would not have seen the destruction of the African American family structure which has led to generations of lost souls.

LBJ’s “Great Society” used welfare to destroy the family units of African Americans.
The fathers were removed from families as welfare rewarded African women for not having a husband and having as many out of wed-lock children by many fathers as they could.

The “great society” was used to destroy the dream MLK had been working on of a moral upwardly moving African American society which would take their place in America as equals to European Americans.

USA/DC made sure African Americans got the slums, and Native Americans got the reservations where they could be kept from moving upwards in a society run by some of the most evil hateful racist the world has ever known.

The yankee puritans and their Jewish masters.

The Jewish End of Times Death Cult Religion and their “god” approves of slavery.

Whatever his failings, Martin Luther King was a brave man, who saw his duty to his people and his God.
He did not let the fear of death or hardships stop him from taking a stand and placing a cross hair on himself, making himself a target but determined no matter what came, he would try his best to help his people.

It was not just African Americans he was trying to help.
The hatred or racism in the hearts of any man or women separates him or her from a true walk with the creator God.

Whatever reason evil exist, whatever caused it, the only way for a society to be free and have a personal relationship with the True Creator God, is to let go of the hate, get rid of the injustices.

King was a brave man who tried his best to bring America together by cutting out the cancer of hate and inequality.

For that he should be honored.

The Ole Dog!


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