Wednesday, July 25, 2007
Malcolm X and MLK
Note by Me: I don't agree with Eric Jon Phelps' white supremacy and racism at all.
By Timothy (Me)
TruthSeeker01: I remember overhearing Eric Phelps during his Vatican Assassins III conference refer to Martin Luther King as Martin Lucifer King. I found this interesting because knowing I believe Louis Farrakhan the leader of the Nation of Islam is a Freemason (who differently than MLK wanted black superiority, not equality). So more than likely knowing that the Jesuits control everything including revolutionary movements like the illegal immigration into our country, they controlled MLK and his movement. Am I right or is there something more to it all. Someone please give insight.
Craig: The Nation of Islam and the Ku Klux Klan have the same paymaster as Malcolm X said. They both are controlled by the Vatican and infact the Archbishop of Chicago, currenty Eugene that evil looking s----. Plenty more detail information on this within this board.
Antisionist: Malcolm X was wacked because he knew the truth. Martin Luther King had to go because not only did he start to see what Malcolm X was talking about, but he would have been Robert F Kennedy's choice for vice president. That was a big no no for the CFR, among other upset parties.
Daniel: The Jesuits are very much behind the illegal immigration into America.If you want to remove a people from it's land, or if you want to destroy a nation, you must attack it's culture. The Jesuits learned this trick from their attacks upon the indegenious peoples of Meso-America over 500 years ago. So they are bringing all ideas of Americanism to a halt and adding in another false-hood, which like a shadow, will supplant Americanism and replace it "Decomcracy" - or 'Mob-Rule'.
Mark Brewer: Martin Luther King sold the American people on the idea of civil rights, which means a government granted privilege.
Me: As for Malcolm X, he realized that the KKK and the NOI were controlled by the same people. Both groups were funded by Freemason Clint Murchinson, H.L. Hunt and others for many years back in the 1960's. This is ironic since folks like Hunt wanted capitalism to be used in society and the NOI members loved a black nationalist version of capitalism as well. Later on, Malcolm X rejected mainstream capitalism as being exploitative. Malcolm X also opposed the Vietnam War as early as the 1950's fully which was way before MLK opposed it. Malcolm X evolved more called for women's rights. Malcolm X wanted a pan Africanist movement where Africans all over the world would unite to advance political, economic, spiritual, and culture growth in the world just like Marcus Garvey wanted for black human beings as well. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was a great man. Jesuit/Masonic connections exist in some factions of the mainstream civil rights movement. In his marches, he marched with Jesuits (in his "I have a Dream Speech" on '63, King promoted ecumencialism and the unity of all religions. Frankily, ecumencialism only benefits Rome), he preached from Masonic Temples, and he received a honorary degree from a Jesuit University. In fact, the Civil Rights Movement (in their leadership not the independent, grassroots civil rights workers that had a legitimate grievance to be opposed to Jim Crow oppression. These grassroots individuals ought to be completely respected. Jim Crow is evil) like many fascist movements were infiltrated or headed by the Jesuits and Masons like Mason Jesse Jackson, Mason Andrew Young, Mason John Lewis, Mason Julian Bond, Mason LBJ, etc. King wasn't the orthodox Christian that the media protray him as. King denied the existence of a literal Hell, said that Christianity is influenced by Mithras, wrote that the Virgin Birth is a myth, and believed that the Bible ought not to be taken literally. That's written in his own college papers. So, he was infiltrated by the Elite for a time. Now, later on (from ca. 1967 to his unfortunate assassination), Dr. Martin Luther King realized that he was conned. He told Belafonte that integration for the sake of integration (without respect to preserving your cultural identity or economic power) don't work and it's like integrating into a burning house. I believe in voluntary integration and people voluntarily living where they want to live (even if they seek to live in a homogeneous community) without racism and without discrimination. Dr. Martin Luther King said in 1968 before he died that he wanted temporary segregation as a means for Black human beings to gain power. As for Communism, King wrote that Communism is incompatible with Christianity since it embraces ethical relativism and restricts the rights of individual (as Communism submerged individual rights into the cog of the state). He's right on that point obviously. Frankly, in my opinion he was a demosocialist or democratic socialist (as he admitted this off the record not in public), which was his right. A man has the right to accept whatever philosophy he desires. I don't agree with laissez faire capitalism myself, but all economic philosophies have imperfections in them. King rejected Communism even when reactionaries falsely accused him of being a Communist. Communism was blatantly invented by the ancients thousands of years ago. The Jesuits and even before under Marx via the Papal agent Thomas More plus Plato accepted some Communist teachings.
As for me I reject Eric Jon Phelps views on race since I believe in equality and the advanced contributions made by black human beings in the thousands of years of human history.
MLK was still flawed as we are all are. We're flawed human beings. He received a Margaret Sanger award in 1966 and Sanger wanted population control, concentration camps for the "unfit", infants to be killed under certain circumstances, etc. He was accused of cheating on his wife the day before he died by sleeping with a woman that wasn't Coretta (according to Ralph Abernathy). Some parts of the movement was infiltrated since MLK was right that a man ought not to be lynched, beaten, killed, hated or discriminated against by virtue of his skin color. Yet, that movement didn't fully give African Americans unified economic power to really develop massive improvements. King knew that was the case and he wanted that situation changed (I do now agree with him that wealth redistribution is one solution out of many to solve this problem. His 1967-1968 Poor Peoples Campaign was a great first step in my opinion in fighting against poverty in the world. It isn't the only solution. The government and private efforts can do the trick to improve the black community). Black economic power is readily exploited by corporations today, which is a problem. Things must change. There are some great black businessman and woman though doing the right thing. So, all isn't lost. MLK also correctly opposed the Vietnam War. He died by stepping on toes and angering the establishment, but MLK wasn't a super perfect saint. We're all sinners. We should honor and respect the ideologies that Dr. Martin Luther King got correct as God would want us to do without sugarcoating the truth.
By Timothy (Me)