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    Quote Originally Posted by MrDante View Post
    Yeah it is complete garbage but I am just a little interested in what ACW will fabricate…I mean reveal about Martin Luther King this year.

    My best guess: ACW will tell us that Martin Luther King was transgender. (I can see his opening line now: “King was a Queen.” Naturally ACW will have some whack job’s blog…I mean solid irrefutable evidence,… that King was a actually a woman who disguised herself as a man to attack the moral foundations of this country.
    Way to go man. You've taken away all his best material...

    Well this is fun isn't it?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur Brain View Post
    Way to go man. You've taken away all his best material...

    Well ACW can always claim that King was a founding member of NAMBLA...or has he done that already?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gcthomas View Post
    Of course, there is no evidence that this civil rights leaders meeting [at the Highlander Folk School] represented anything to do with communism. But you don't need much in the way of evidence to smear someone, do you?
    Addressed back on page 22:

    "The second organization that helped propel Martin Luther King into his reign as recent monarch of the civil rights movement was the Highlander Folk School of Monteagle, Tennessee. Highlander had its charter revoked by a Tennessee court after State Police raided the school and made arrests for illegal possession of liquor, public drunkenness and disorderly conduct. The school was reopened as the Highlander Center in Knoxville, with Martin Luther King as a sponsor. The Highlander School is closely connected with the Communist SCEF (Southern Conference Educational Fund) and has served as a training school for the Communists in the fields of civil rights and labor agitation for over thirty years.

    The Highlander Folk School was founded in 1932 by Myles Horton and Don West, who were joined later that year by James Dombrowski upon the latter’s return from Russia. Paul Crouch, for over twenty years the top Communist official in the southern United States, testified before a United States Senate Committee, "the Highlander Folk School is operated ostensibly as an independent labor school, but actually is working in close cooperation with the Communist Party." (SCEF, p. 47.)"

    As the picture in the above post shows, Martin Luther King Jr. just loved surrounding himself with communists, be it at the Highlander School, his close associations with the communist backed Vietnam antiwar movement, or King's close friend and advisor who was a ally to the CPUSA (Communist Party USA), Stanley Levison.

    FBI files on Stanley Levison.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aCultureWarrior View Post
    Addressed back on page 22:
    All untested rumour and assertion. No actual evidence is given in those files beyond heresay. So no, you didn't address them unless by 'address' you just mean 'repeat uncritically a load of hearsay, which wouldn't be admissable in court for good reason'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrDante View Post
    Well ACW can always claim that King was a founding member of NAMBLA...or has he done that already?
    Being that Martin Luther King Jr.'s date to spend eternity with Satan happened in 1968 and the homosexual pederast organization known at the North American Man Boy Love Association was founded 10 years later in 1978 by homosexual activists; not likely.

    That being said: It's highly likely that King's openly homosexual boyfriend- communist Bayard Rustin might have had a 12 year old boy stashed away somewhere, what homosexual doesn't?

    FBI files on Bayard Rustin
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    Convicted sex pervert Bayard Rustin and his "life partner" Walter Neagle (who appears to be over the age of 12 in this photo...but not by much).
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    Quote Originally Posted by gcthomas View Post
    All untested rumour and assertion. No actual evidence is given in those files beyond heresay. So no, you didn't address them unless by 'address' you just mean 'repeat uncritically a load of hearsay, which wouldn't be admissable in court for good reason'.
    that is pretty much how he operates

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    Quote Originally Posted by aCultureWarrior View Post
    Being that Martin Luther King Jr.'s date to spend eternity with Satan happened in 1968 and the homosexual pederast organization known at the North American Man Boy Love Association was founded 10 years later in 1978 by homosexual activists; not likely.

    That being said: It's highly likely that King's openly homosexual boyfriend- communist Bayard Rustin might have had a 12 year old boy stashed away somewhere, what homosexual doesn't?
    all of them

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    Quote Originally Posted by aCultureWarrior View Post
    Being that Martin Luther King Jr.'s date to spend eternity with Satan happened in 1968 and the homosexual pederast organization known at the North American Man Boy Love Association was founded 10 years later in 1978 by homosexual activists; not likely.
    someone not being alive at the time it was supposedly founded has never stopped you from lying about people before.

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    Originally Posted by aCultureWarrior
    Being that Martin Luther King Jr.'s date to spend eternity with Satan happened in 1968 and the homosexual pederast organization known at the North American Man Boy Love Association was founded 10 years later in 1978 by homosexual activists; not likely.

    Quote Originally Posted by MrDante View Post
    someone not being alive at the time it was supposedly founded has never stopped you from lying about people before.
    I was surprised when I heard that Martin Luther King Jr. very well might have been a buggerite, after all, he did love his female prostitutes (it was reported that he beat a couple of them up the night before his date to meet Satan came).

    I guess that would make MLK Jr. the "B" in the LGBT acronym ey ...Dante?



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    Quote Originally Posted by aCultureWarrior View Post



    I was surprised when I heard that Martin Luther King Jr. very well might have been a buggerite,
    were you talking to yourself?

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    I was viewing a photo slide of the degenerate Martin Luther King Jr. showing how he, his wife Coretta* and a entourage had traveled to India to meet with representatives of Mohandas Gandhi.

    *Not to be confused with Coretta Scott King's trip to Hanoi and along with her husband, communist Ghana.
    http://theologyonline.com/showthread...=1#post4907901

    Martin Luther King Jr. (aka Michael King) was quoted as saying this about Ghandi:

    ..."the guiding light of our technique of nonviolent social change" (Papers 5:231).
    http://kingencyclopedia.stanford.edu...trip_to_india/

    Let's learn more about King's hero Mohandas Gandhi, as it appears that they had much in common:

    From Selwyn Duke's article entitled:

    Gandhi Reconsidered: When Paganism Met Progressivism

    April 2011

    When an Indian-born man I knew a couple of decades ago expressed an intense dislike for Mohandas Gandhi, I found it a bit surprising. Wasn’t the “Great Soul,” that quintessential 20th-century icon, India’s George Washington?
    That certainly is the narrative created by historians — who, history has taught us, can tell a lie — and works such as Richard Attenborough’s award-winning 1982 film Gandhi. But there is a reason why Indian-born novelist Salman Rushdie responded to that movie by lamenting, “Deification is an Indian disease. Why should Attenborough do it?” And with Gandhi back in the news owing to a newly published biography about him, it’s fitting to examine what that reason might be.

    Any discussion of Gandhi should start with what most characterizes his image: non-violence and respect for all peoples. And the image certainly is a bit different from the reality. Everyone knows, for instance, about how Gandhi advocated non-violence in India’s struggle against the British; what is less well known is that, after the British’s 1906 declaration of war against the Zulus in South Africa, Gandhi encouraged that nation’s Indians to support the military effort, writing, “If the Government only realised what reserve force is being wasted, they would make use of it and give Indians the opportunity of a thorough training for actual warfare.” And while the British weren’t amenable to this — thus, ironically, doing more at that time to ensure Indian pacifism than the drum-beating Gandhi — he was appointed a Sgt. Major in the British army and allowed to lead a stretcher-bearer corps.
    But while we can’t be sure if Gandhi really was concerned about the “The Natal Native trouble….,” as he put it, he certainly had reasons for supporting the war: He believed it would help Indians secure full citizenship rights from the British. And he seemed to have no compunction about achieving this on the backs of South African blacks. For example, he once said that “to be placed on the same level as the *Natives seemed too much to put up with. Kaffirs [a now derogatory term for blacks, although it likely had a different connotation a century ago] are as a rule uncivilized – the convicts even more so. They are troublesome, very dirty and live like animals.” He also asserted that Indians are “undoubtedly infinitely superior to the Kaffirs.”
    Yet when Gandhi had the opportunity to support a truly just war, he again was found wanting. While the British were defending India against the Japanese in 1942, all Gandhi could think to do was busy himself trying to get the British to leave the subcontinent. And given that 40 percent of American POWs, 17 percent of Filipinos, and 23 million ethnic Chinese perished at the tyrannical Tokyo regime’s hands, Gandhi’s success would no doubt have meant disaster for his countrymen. Gandhi, however, was perhaps oblivious to such possibilities. After all, this was a man who believed there was “an exact parallel” between the British and the Third Reich.
    Some may now say that he should have tried telling this to the Nazis’ millions of Jewish victims.
    Well, he just might have.
    As Andrew Roberts wrote is his review of Great Soul by Joseph Lelyveld (the aforementioned Gandhi biography):
    We do know for certain that he [Gandhi] *advised the Czechs and Jews to adopt nonviolence toward the Nazis, saying that "a single Jew standing up and *refusing to bow to Hitler's decrees’ might be enough ‘to melt Hitler's heart.’"… Starting a letter to Adolf *Hitler with the words "My friend," Gandhi egotistically asked: "Will you listen to the appeal of one who has *deliberately shunned the method of war not without considerable success?" He advised the Jews of Palestine to "rely on the goodwill of the Arabs" and wait for a Jewish state "till Arab *opinion is ripe for it."


    Article to be continued...


    Many of you following this thread remember that Martin Luther King Jr. also compared the brave young soldiers of the United States military who were fighting in Vietnam to the Nazis.

    In a sane society, traitors are tried and executed, not given a national holiday.


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    Continuing with Selwyn Duke's article entitled:

    Gandhi Reconsidered: When Paganism Met Progressivism

    ...Thankfully, Gandhi never could experience the joy of a dead Manu [Gandhi's great niece] — but the live one was a different matter. While he criticized the nakedness of “Kaffirs,” the 70-something Gandhi encouraged Manu and other young women to sleep in the nude with him. Some in his 100-member personal entourage objected to this, which resulted in their resigning or being fired. As for Manu’s father, Gandhi told him that the girl was sharing his bed so that he could “correct her sleeping posture” (holy philanderer, Batman, even Bill Clinton didn’t think of that one!).
    Of course, some will say that Gandhi did little more than sleep during his salacious slumbers. After all, he said that his arousal at these times “was an altogether strange and shameful experience” and that he could not “imagine a thing as ugly as the intercourse of men and women.” And perhaps this helps explain the true lust of his life, something about which he apparently felt no shame: his relationship with a German-Jewish bodybuilder named Hermann Kallenbach.
    Despite being married with four sons, Gandhi left his wife for Kallenbach in 1908. The pair then, writes Daniel Bates in his Daily Mail review of Great Soul, “lived together for two years in a house Kallenbach built in South Africa and pledged to give one another ‘more love, and yet more love … such love as they hope the world has not yet seen.’” Bates continues:
    At one point he [Gandhi] wrote to the German:
    "Your portrait (the only one) stands on my mantelpiece in my bedroom. The mantelpiece is opposite to the bed."
    Although it is not clear why, Gandhi wrote that vaseline [sic] and cotton wool were a "constant reminder" of Kallenbach.
    He nicknamed himself "Upper House" and his lover "Lower House" and he vowed to make Kallenbach promise not to "look lustfully upon any woman."

    To be continued...

    Like Martin Luther King Jr., Gandhi was a pervert.


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    For Gandhi’s part, he might have had no trouble at all abiding by this restriction, as he also wrote to Kallenbach: “How completely you have taken possession of my body. This is slavery with a vengeance.”
    Of course, we haven’t heard much about the real Gandhi, and if you know about revisionist history, you know why. What you probably don’t know, however, is that the Indian leader started this revisionism, enjoining journalists to not report his actual words but instead file transcripts that he authorized — and sometimes heavily edited. Thus, while Gandhi is famous for uttering (or writing later, or, or, well … who knows?) the condemnation of the West, ”Your Christians are so unlike your Christ,” we could say, figuratively speaking, that Gandhi is so unlike Gandhi.
    Not surprisingly, Lelyveld’s book and its reviews have caused quite a stir. Great Soul was promptly banned in the Indian state of Gujarat, and Indian and other Eastern scribes have leapt to Gandhi’s defense. For example, Indonesian writer Maya Safira Muchtar takes exception to the labeling of Gandhi’s Kallenbach relationship as “homosexual,” saying that it was only “homoerotic.” She condemns the West, saying that it could not at the time understand the two men’s mutual attraction because it was not yet acquainted with “unconditional love” (she — a Muslim — also criticizes Europeans for colonizing the East).
    While her defense of the Upper House/Lower House relationship seems a stretch, I accept that there is some nuance to the Indian leader. After all, we’re talking here about a rather odd man who drank his own urine and was obsessed with fecal matter. So maybe Gandhi really did change his views on war after the Zulu campaign; perhaps he slept naked with young women to, as he claimed, test his virtue; and I suppose that his attitude towards others’ deaths could be chalked up to his belief in reincarnation. Maybe, perhaps, I suppose. But the kicker is that, on top of all this, he is overrated as a political leader. He failed to achieve virtually all his stated goals, sometimes alienating allies and often dropping the ball when it most mattered. Of course, the British did leave India, but is this a surprise? Formerly the richest country in Europe, the UK emerged from WWII one of the poorest. The sun was going to set on the British Empire regardless.
    None of this matters to Gandhi’s defenders, however. Their attitude is best summed up by Lelyveld’s statement about the Indian leader’s life (Great Soul, mind you, is actually favorable to Gandhi): "What stands out is the commitment rather than the futility.”
    Ah, the valuing of symbolism over substance.
    It’s a typical progressive fault — and Gandhi has benefitted from it because he was quite a progressive man. Of course, with his gaunt physique and Spartan dress making him seem like an ascetic down from the mountain, we may not think of him that way. But remember that he was trained as a lawyer at University College London; served the British; was his day’s version of a “community organizer”; and, like so many contemporary leftists, praised the European fascists (he called Benito Mussolini a “superman”). It’s that difference between image and reality: The white robes and shaven head, like the non-violence, were adopted later.
    Having said this, I do believe that Gandhi was more misguided soul than miscreant. It also seems, however, that the best thing one can say about him is that he was a relatively ineffectual kook. As for his deification, well, let us examine what he had to say about it. In 1920, before being given the title “mahatma” (Great Soul), the Indian leader said, “I do not accept the claim of saintliness.… I am prone to as many weaknesses as you are.” This is one time when we certainly should take his words to heart.
    https://www.thenewamerican.com/revie...-progressivism

    I'm not sure if MLK Jr. was into urine like Mohandas Gandhi, but aside from that there are numerous similarities between the two frauds.
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