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Martin Luther King cannot make a difference, only you can.

The fact is there is nothing that you can trust, whether you like it or not.  Neither your gods, nor your science can save you. You have to be your own teacher. You have to question everything that man has accepted as valuable.

Martin Luther King’s real name was Michael King. Martin Luther, whose name Martin Luther King adopted, was a German, priest, professor of theology and a prominent figure of the Protestant Reformation. When he challenged the authority of the Pope in 1520, the Knights Templar, who later merged with the Free Masons, supported Martin Luther. It may be important to note that Martin Luther was a racist. He wrote that Jewish homes should be destroyed, their synagogues burned, money confiscated and liberty curtailed.
Martin Luther King is the only person in the US, who has a national holiday on his birthday. There are other days of remembrance such as Presidents’ Day, but no one else but Jesus Christ is recognized with a similar holiday.

Here is the end of King’s last speech delivered in support of the striking sanitation workers at Mason Temple, in Memphis, TN on April 3, 1968 – the day before he was assassinated.

“Well, I don’t know what will happen now. We’ve got some difficult days ahead. But it doesn’t matter with me now. Because I’ve been to the mountaintop. And I don’t mind. Like anybody, I would like to live a long life. Longevity has its place. But I’m not concerned about that now. I just want to do God’s will. And He’s allowed me to go up to the mountain. And I’ve looked over. And I’ve seen the promised land. I may not get there with you. But I want you to know tonight, that we, as a people, will get to the promised land. And I’m happy, tonight. I’m not worried about anything. I’m not fearing any man. Mine eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the Lord.”

Are these not the prophetic words of a man that knows that he is about to be killed?
 On January 31, 1977, as a result of lawsuits by King’s allies against the FBI, a US district judge ordered FBI surveillance files sealed for 50 years. Who are King’s allies? Why would they make such a demand from the FBI? Does it not sound a bit odd, even ironic that a judge has to order the FBI to keep a secret about their illegal surveillance of a US citizen? Records are usually sealed because there is information within them that could cause social unrest if revealed to the general public. In other words, they probably did something illegal. And murder does come to mind or why would they need files to be sealed for 50 years?

 In 1999 Benjamin P. Barksdale, Grand Master of Prince Hall Freemasonry in Georgia, posthumously made Dr. Martin Luther King a Mason at sight. Such action runs counter to all of the ‘landmarks’ and accepted usages of Freemasonry since making a member of the fraternity posthumously violates the premise of the first question normally proposed to a candidate: “Do you make this request of your own free will and accord?”.

 It is the only instance in the history of Freemasonry when a deceased person had been made a Freemason. Dr. King’s widow, Coretta Scott King, accepted the honor on behalf of her late husband.
 Coretta Scott King would be considered an ally? Did she conspire with the FBI to keep the files on King sealed for 50 years. Why would she want her husband to become a Mason after he’s been dead for over 30 years?

 Was King a Mason before he was killed? Otherwise this would violate some of the oldest laws and traditions in Freemasonry? Why would they do that? Perhaps he was a Freemason but it was deemed necessary to be kept secret, since this would lead to revelations on who was behind the conspiracy to murder King. But in order to keep him a brother of the order (after they killed him!) they pretended to posthumously make him a member of the fraternity when he was already a member.

Could it be that Martin Luther King was reeled in by the status quo? Perhaps it is revealing to look behind the curtain and see who is funding the NAACP, the ACLU or the Black Panthers or the Weathermen in the 60’s and 70’s? Or who funds the alternative press? Or who bought the Occupy Movement? Big Brother is everywhere, watching, proselytizing and controlling. Perhaps Martin Luther King made a pact with them ( the Occult, the Masons, the Devil, whatever name you wish to give them) in order to be heard, with certain restrictions, but still went ahead and said what he wanted. Maybe that’s why he knew they would kill him.

 If you listen carefully to this speech on Vietnam,( the link is below), you see he makes no distinction between black and white, American or non American. He demonstrates very lucidly the corruption of war and he very succinctly brings the civil rights movement out of the parochial setting of the US to include every country removing the divide and conquer mantra that power depends on.  This is why this is his most important and provocative speech, the speech that he was warned not to make and most likely the reason he was murdered. But if there has been no improvement in human rights in this world, it is our fault. We are programmed to think positive and we don’t want to look at the facts which are negative. The rich are richer and the poor are poorer and more weapons are being sold and more people are dying in more and more wars and more and more people are in prisons and more people are enslaved We are not listening, because we want to delude ourselves into thinking that the world is a better place because of him. That is exactly what the people who killed him want you to think. If you believe this, you are not looking at the facts you are listening to their propaganda and you are hearing what you want to hear. Even considering all the facts it is still very difficult to understand the complexity of this story because so many of the pieces of the puzzle are missing.

 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b80Bsw0UG-U
 Only the mind that is free can discover what is true, discover, not be told what is true. The description is not the fact. You may describe something in the most lovely language, put it in the most spiritual or lyrical words, but the word is not the fact. When you are hungry, the description of food does not feed you. But most of us are satisfied with the description of truth, and the description, the symbol, has taken the place of the factual.

 

Comments

  1. Michelle Froman, October 18, 2013
    Wow! This is so true! I am studying for my Masters in Educational Policy at Western University (formerly UWO) in London Ontario. Currently I am in a course on International Education and I try to explain to my fellow students (and many more in other courses) the same things you point out here in your blog, but many students/people just want to pretend everything is "fine" and not see the truth. This is termed "difficult knowledge", because people don't want to see or accept a truth that is hard to swallow. I bet this was written by "Jefferey"?? - the male owner of the Sugar Hill? I really hope to meet and converse with you in person! I just sent you an email (under hotmail) to visit in November 2013, but we will see...You are so right in saying that the "symbol" (the description) has pushed the place of the factual out! Reply

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