By Theodore Shoebat
Since today is Martin Luther King Jr. Day, I believe that it is important that we understand that MLK was a communist, and thus the entire merit of his glorification is found wanting.
I am not condoning racism, nor am I negating or belittling the horrific racism that was exemplified and carried out by people in America in the times before, during, and after,the days of MLK. I am an opponent against racism, or any ideology that is bent on affirming a racial supremacy, thus why I am whole heartedly against the evil and demonic doctrines of Charles Darwin, eugenics, the pro-abortion disciples, and Muhammad, which seek to exterminate certain peoples for the sake of the “evolutionary process” and Islam.
I am simply bringing to light the communist ideas of MLK, in the midst of what is indeed the deification of a man. When one goes beyond the smoke of vain adorations, with which the praising of men is covered, and utilizes his sense, sagacity, and acumen, the reality of the situation is discovered, and the evils of the person who receives the hysterical reverence, is revealed, but not without the anger of sycophants.
This is the case with MLK. Once we stop solely reading his “I have a dream” speech, and peruse his other utterances, we find that the only difference between him and Reverend Wright, was his ability to appeal to conservatives.
In a speech to his staff in 1966, King declares:
We are now making demands that will cost the nation something. You can’t talk about solving the economic problem of the Negro without talking about billions of dollars. …[W]e are treading in difficult waters, because it really means that we are saying that something is wrong … with capitalism. There must be a better distribution of wealth and maybe America must move toward a democratic socialism.
*Quoted in Thoms E. Woods Jr., 33 Questions About American History, ch. 2, p. 13*
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King went was so plunged into his communist ideology, that he went so far as to say that the Vietcong and Pol Pot (both atrocious murderers) were people who did not deserve death. He said in one speech:
And I cannot forget that the Nobel Peace Prize was not just something taking place, but it was a commission–a commission to work harder than I had ever worked before for the brotherhood of Man. This is a calling that takes me beyond national allegiances. But even if it were not present, I would yet have to live with the meaning of my commitment to the ministry of Jesus Christ. To me, the relationship of this ministry to the making of peace is so obvious that I sometimes marvel at those who ask me why I am speaking against the war. Could it be that they do not know that the Good News was meant for all men, for communists and capitalists, for their children and ours, for black and white, for revolutionary and conservative. Have they forgotten that my ministry is in obedience to the One who loved His enemies so fully that he died for them? What, then, can I say to the Vietcong, or to Castro, or to Mao, as a faithful minister to Jesus Christ? Can I threaten them with death, or must I not share with them my life?
The Vietcong does not deserve obliteration? Before you answer the question, read the following account of what the Vietcong (VC) would do to potential “threats” to their power, and then conclude whether or not these people deserve death:
The VC delivered a similar warning to the residents of a hamlet not far from Danang. All were herded before the home of their chief. While they and the chief’s pregnant wife and four children were forced to look on, the chief’s tongue was cut out. Then his genital organs were sliced off and sewn inside his bloody mouth. As he died, the VC went to work on his wife, slashing open her womb. Then, the nine-year-old son: a bamboo lance was rammed through one ear and out the other. Two more of the chief’s children were murdered the same way. The VC did not harm the five-year-old daughter — not physically: they simply left her crying, holding her dead mother’s hand.
What argument for so-called “Christian love” could be made to justify the exemption of such devils from death? If anything, the truest form of Christian love would be to execute such enemies to the human race.
King also believed that Mao was not deserving of death. Mao butchered 45 million people, and he, in the logic of MLK, deserved life.
This is why I say, Martin Luther King Jr., was an evil communist. Here is a video of Michael Savage on the reality of Martin Luther King Jr.:
After reading, please remember the tyranny and oppression being done to Christians every day.