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#328 - byposted (09/24/2012) [-]
Martin "Luther" King was a Communist ****** who helped destroy America. In the pre-1960's, the United States was a majority Germanic country. How things have changed...

Here is a picture of "Martin Luther King" (which wasn't even his real legal name. His birth name and legal name was Michael King, excluding Luther which links him undeservingly to the German Protestant reformer) attending a Communist lecture. He is seen there as #1.

"We were told to promote King, to unite Negroes and Whites behind him, and to turn him into a sort of national hero . We were to look to King as the leader in this struggle, the Communists said, because he was on our side. While in the party I learned that King attended a communist training school, that several of his aides were communists and that he received funds from Communists and took directions from them. He was one of their biggest heroes."

Martin "Luther" King had connections to bigger players in the Communist movement. As a matter of fact, his biggest adviser serving from 1956-1960, Bayard Rustin, was a hardcore Communist organizer for the Young Communist League.

It was he who introduced him to an even bigger Communist, an agent of the Soviet Union, named Stanley Levison who built deep connection with the American Communist Party and King himself.

His [Martin Luther King Jr.'s] closest advisor Stanley Levison was a Communist, as was his assistant Jack O’Dell. Robert and later John F. Kennedy repeatedly warned him to stop associating himself with such subversives, but he never did. He frequently spoke before Communist front groups such as the National Lawyers Guild and Lawyers for Democratic Action. King even attended seminars at The Highlander Folk School, another Communist front, which taught Communist tactics, which he later employed.

#333 to #328 - byposted (09/24/2012) [-]
The photo to the left of King is extremely important as it identifies King with Carl and Ann Branden. They are lifelong Communist Party activists out of Louisville, Kentucky. Both were leaders in SCEF, Carl Branden was convicted of criminal sedition in 1954. He and his wife purchased a home for blacks in a white neighborhood to incite racial violence. Later they were charged with bombing the same house to win sympathy for their cause and to raise money. Ann Braden today is a founder of the Atlanta based "Center for Democratic Renewal."

#335 to #333 - byposted (09/24/2012) [-]
To the left is a Photostat of an SCEF (Southern Conference Education Fund) check to King signed by Dombrowski and Benjamin Smith, who was a registered Foreign Agent for Fidel Castro.

User avatar #355 to #335 - byposted (09/24/2012) [-]
Of course, this doesn't mean that Martin Luther King was a Communist himself or looked to change America's capitalist system to one of commune. Micheal King surrounded himself with Communists because his vision of an America free of racial tension played well with the ideals of the American Communist Party. His movement and that of the Communists were identical.
#349 to #342 - byposted (09/24/2012) [-]
> stating facts
> that's just your opinion man.jpg

#365 to #349 - joeballs (09/24/2012) [-]
You are so wrong I think I'm going to regurgitate.
#354 to #349 - CoolStoryBrosky (09/24/2012) [-]
The red scare ended 60 years ago,
a bit late there, friend.
User avatar #356 to #354 - byposted (09/24/2012) [-]
> stating facts
> durr hurr it's irrelevant that was 60 years ago
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#392 to #378 - byposted (09/24/2012) [-]
Dirty web holomoths trying to bug Byposted
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User avatar #373 to #356 - AvatarAirBender (09/24/2012) [-]
You're retarded.
User avatar #362 to #356 - mrtwilightsparkle (09/24/2012) [-]
Yes, the man who most likely not but might have been Communist collaborator ruined this country by supporting racial equality. You've done nothing to prove his actions wrong, you've only pointed out that people around him aren't morally straight. He was still an amazing man, and you can't deny that he changed the world for the better.
#380 to #362 - byposted (09/24/2012) [-]
While working on his dissertation for his doctoral degree at Boston University, he heavily plagiarized from another author who had done research on a subject similar to King's. An academic committee later found that over half of King's work was plagiarized, yet would not revoke his doctrine. King was dead by this time, and the committee ruled that revoking the title would serve no purpose. It was also discovered that King's famous "I Have A Dream" speech was also not his own. He stole it from a sermon by Archibald Carey, a popular black preacher in the 1950's.

One of King's closest friends, Rev. Ralph Abernathy, wrote a book in 1989 in which he talked about King's obsession with white prostitutes. King would often use church donations to have drunken sex parties, where he would hire two to three white prostitutes, occasionally beating them brutally. This has also been reported by the FBI agents who monitored King. King was married with four children.

There is a lot more on Micheal King's sex scandal.
User avatar #423 to #380 - doctrine (09/25/2012) [-]
You mentioned my name in a comment. I don't know what this argument is about, but you seem very angry. The world can be a beautiful place, if people like yourself would put aside your hate. Race is only skin deep my friend.
User avatar #384 to #380 - mrtwilightsparkle (09/24/2012) [-]
Still changed the world for the better, **** off. Anyways, the Archibald Carey thing was already known. He didn't steal it, sure he used parts of it, but it was still King's in the first place. And if someone's willing to assassinate a man for wanting to change the world, I'm sure people could be bribed to try to push down what he was trying to do. Looking **** up on the internet doesn't make you look smart, it makes the intelligent people look down on you.
#387 to #384 - byposted (09/24/2012) [-]
Still changed the world for the better


#398 to #387 - mrtwilightsparkle (09/24/2012) [-]
This is Bloody Sunday. Where people (Black and White) were speaking for equal rights, showing no violence. The police and fire departments responded in a not-so-mature way. They sprayed them with fire hoses(Capable of breaking limbs and indirectly killing you) and let attack dogs out into the crowd, then proceeded to beat them. All for wanting to end apartheid in America. And you think that would be better? You seriously need to get out a little more.
#413 to #398 - byposted (09/24/2012) [-]
Bloody Sunday, trying to correlate with the massacre in Ireland? How pathetic.

The amount of Whites there was questionable. A tiny amount of die-hard liberals and Jews fighting for their interests. Although The Civil Rights Era did nothing for the interest of White Americans. You cannot deny this. What happened in the 1960's changed America forever up until the point of today in which we are a minority in the country we built.

I do not disagree that the black's were treated unfairly, but note that it wasn't their country. Not even the person who is famed for "Freeing the slaves" and who had a famous Civil Right's speech done at his memorial in Washington, Abraham Lincoln, wished for Blacks to be seen as equals to Whites. The Firemen and Police officers who hosed the protesting Blacks did something that society was built upon.

You cannot say this country has gotten increasingly better since the Civil Right's era. Its golden age fell some twenty years after and society is decaying before our eyes. Just look at any urban city, like Chicago or Jew York.
#361 to #356 - CoolStoryBrosky (09/24/2012) [-]
I think you misinterpreted the point of my previous post. Allow me to be a bit more specific in order to ensure you understand.

The red scare was a series of propaganda purported by anti-leftists groups in an attempt to cause mass hysteria against growing communist sympathizing within the US.
A key element to the red scare was known as "McArthyism," which came to mean falsely accusing celebrities of having communist ties in order to perpetuate the false plight that was destroying America (Communism)

All modern-day history books and/or credited sources will agree that the threat of communist takeover by soviet spies disguised as various celebrities, was in fact, nothing more than the ramblings of crazy power-mad men.

This is why it is often compared to the Salem Witch trials.

I hope this helped.
User avatar #377 to #361 - byposted (09/24/2012) [-]
But these are facts. Sure, the Red Scare happened, but that has nothing to do with what I posted. This isn't "propaganda"
#412 to #377 - anonymous (09/24/2012) [-]
Well, there was actually 3 red scares. First off, there were Americans who were communist before, during, and after the Red Scare. Also just because you got information off websites don't mean it's a fact. And who gives a damn if he changed his name? There's plenty of people who do the same and no harm was done. If you weren't there to witness it the time of history of MLK. Then just shut the **** up.
User avatar #389 to #377 - CoolStoryBrosky (09/24/2012) [-]
Facts require proper documented sources, good sir.
User avatar #399 to #389 - byposted (09/24/2012) [-]
Look it up on yourself, faggot. I am not going to sit looking through books for the next month to give you sources, of which you would still not believe.
User avatar #401 to #399 - CoolStoryBrosky (09/24/2012) [-]
An uncited "fact" is hearsay.
User avatar #404 to #401 - byposted (09/24/2012) [-]
None of the evidence I presented is hearsay. What do you doubt?
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