Truth Crushed To Earth Shall Rise Again

in truth •  3 months ago

I got a great opportunity to discuss the life and death of Dr. Martin Luther King on the Earl Ingram Jr. Show on the Real Resistance—The Devil’s Advocate Radio with Earl and Dr. Cecil Austin here in Milwaukee on January 19, 2019

I was vaguely aware that the official story that James Earl Ray acted alone in murdering Dr. King was not true until I read Dr. William Pepper’s second book: An Act of State, published in 2004, which really laid out the case that James was just a patsy: State Actors, the Mafia, and local Memphis KKK members actually planned and executed the assassination of Dr. King.

I sounded the alarm back then with friends and family but failed to persuade anyone that we had been deceived. A friend who read An Act of State was not ready to acknowledge the problems with the official story saying: “I don’t want to live in your world”.

When Loose Change came out in 2005 I was blown away and appalled at the way we had all been played by the government. I spent the next 5-6 years devoting much of my free time to trying to inform people about the facts regarding the events of 9/11. This was deeply frustrating. Again, despite an overwhelming amount of evidence exposing government complicity in perpetrating and covering up the events of that day, I was only able to get a handful of people to acknowledge that the official story could not be true.

But, once your eyes have been opened and your mind has comprehended the truth, there is no way to go back into the cave of ignorance.

In the Spring of 2018, I was reminded about the scandalous lies being propagated by the mainstream media regarding the death of Dr. King by two podcasts published by James Corbett. The first was an overview of the case and the second was an interview with Dr. William Pepper.

I immediately purchased Dr. Pepper’s latest book: The Plot to Kill King: The Truth Behind the Assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., which he published in 2016, and determined that I would not let another Martin Luther King day go by without doing something about it.

In December 2018 I purchased 45 copies of The Plot to Kill King and gave one to every Alder on the City of Milwaukee Common Council, the Mayor, every Milwaukee County Board Supervisor, the County Executive and members of the City of Milwaukee’s Youth Council. My hope was that they would read the book and perhaps introduce a little truth into any speeches they might give at MLK events. The Mayor and County Executive spoke at a 90th birthday party for Dr. King at Uilhein Hall on January 20, 2019 and both choose not to discuss why and how The State murdered Dr. King.

On January 21, 2019 I went to the “King Fest” MLK day at the Wisconsin Black History Museum. The main speaker, Dr. Ray Winbush, nearly bit his tongue off to keep from laying the whole truth out—which I know he knows—for the audience.

I passed out hundreds of fliers at these events, which consisted simply of a color image of the cover of Pepper’s The Plot to Kill King.

I am compelled, yes, driven, to speak the truth regarding these matters and I won’t stop until I’m in my grave, which might not be too far away if my throat cancer comes back.

So needless to say, I am very grateful to Earl Ingram Jr. for inviting me on his show to discuss the truth about Dr. King’s life and death. Dr. Cecil Austin provided deep insights. Thank you Earl and Cecil!

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Politics is evil and evil is always wrapped, to see it you must unwrap it, hoping you do not get hurt while unwrapping it, for evil always fights back very fiercely

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Thanks @alphids

I don’t want to quibble but I think Politics can be good or evil depending on the fidelity to Natural Law that it embodies. If government and the polity that comprises it restrict their activities to “The Collective Organization of the Individual Right to Lawful Defense” (The Law, by Frédéric Bastiat), then Politics would be a good thing.

But as you point out, the reality now is that Politics is evil.

It may appear unrelated but if you have not read The Unconstitutionality of Slavery, by Lysander Spooner, audio, I can’t recommend it highly enough. The first chapter is a tour de force on what legitimate government should be. Can we make it so? That is up to us.

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