Many years ago, I remember stumbling across the truth about Martin Luther King, Jr. at Stormfront, which for years has maintained a website called MartinLutherKing.org.
It was there that I first learned about the seedier side of Martin Luther King, Jr.: the plagiarism, the adultery, the communist affiliations, the ties to radical black nationalists, the orgies with prostitutes, etc. I later bought the Taylor Branch Trilogy which confirmed that the history of Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Civil Rights Movement had been sanitized for mainstream consumption.
In one memorable incident, I recall reading about how the Rev. Ralph Abernathy, a close associate and successor of Martin Luther King, Jr., had been chased out of the First Baptist Church through the streets of Montgomery after his wife discovered he was keeping a mistress in his own congregation. The Rev. Jesse Jackson, who was another close associate and protege of Martin Luther King, Jr., admitted fathering a love child with one of his Rainbow/PUSH employees. He was also sued by one of his employees who had to clean up the hotel rooms after his sexual escapades.
The worst was the Rev. James Bevel who played a leading role with Martin Luther King, Jr. in organizing the Children’s Crusade in Birmingham in 1963 and the Selma-to-Montgomery March in 1965. He was convicted in 2008 of incest and sentenced to 15 years in prison for molesting his own daughter. MLK allegedly spent the last night of his life having an orgy with prostitutes in a Memphis hotel room screaming “I’m f–ing for God” and “I’m not a Negro tonight!” while the FBI listened.
No one should be surprised by what has come out about the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. in the recently declassified FBI files. It has been floating around the internet for years and was even brought up in the Hollywood movie “Selma.” There is much more still out there including FBI recordings of MLK’s illicit sexual encounters which have never been released to the public.
The most damaging allegation is that the Jewish communist Stanley Levison fed MLK all his lines and approved everything he said because he was a “slow thinker.” In the 1950s, many American communists rebranded as “civil rights activists” in order to push their ideas into the mainstream:
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