“The US Government Killed MLK Jr.”


As Coretta Scott King remarked, “The jury was clearly convinced by the extensive evidence that was presented during the trial that … the conspiracy of the Mafia, local, state and federal government agencies, were deeply involved in the assassination of my husband.”

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4 thoughts on ““The US Government Killed MLK Jr.”

  1. It is an undeniable fact that all governments of powerful states are ever involved in mass murder, not just extra-judicial executions. Murder through oppression, through denial of justice, through the channelling of tax dollars into the military and as handouts to rich corporations while social needs remain unattended. People who vote, vote for mass murderers, either ignorantly or by believing they have no option. That “no option” thinking got Americans their current “shit hole” government run by a petty tyrant who would make Henry the VIII take notes.

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    1. Sha’Tara,
      Sad but true, my friend, and makes it understandable that peace activism is a tough business to get involved in. Your use of the term “petty tyrant” in describing Donald Trump makes one wonder if you’re familiar with the mind-bending books of Carlos Castaneda, as the concept of petty tyrant is discussed quite often by the author. Not only would Henry VIII take notes, but a certain Mr. Machiavelli might be bursting with pride over Trump’s (and Clinton, Obama, Bush, etc.) application of Machiavellian political power tools.

      It’s always been a tough, long “row to hoe” for peace activists, ultimately difficult for some like Martin Luther King Jr., and the current state of affairs is no exception. Power and strength to the men and women spiritual warriors of light, love, peace and compassion.

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      1. Great comment, Jerry. Yes, part of my own “ascension” training involved reading the Carlos Castaneda material. Since I could not, nor would, consider drugs as a means to enter the spirit world of which as a Celt and descendant of the ancient Druids, and also a deeply religious (Catholic) person, I was very cognizant, I chose imagination and the saying, ‘believe in nothing, believe all things’ as replacement for psychoactive drugs. My way costs nothing, is never detrimental to self or others and works on a 24/7 basis. Isn’t it strange that “peace” (life) which should be foremost on every human mind, receives so much verbal acquiescence and so little real support while violence and warring (death) always attract the majority?

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