by Kashif Ahmed
Monday, January 21st, 2013
Public anger over the Rothschild backed assassination of the honourable Martin Luther King, forced the corrupt and compromised U.S. regime to inaugurate a special day set aside to commemorate the man they murdered on April 4th, 1968.
For today is Martin Luther King Day and few, if any, will be able to stomach the rank hypocrisy of extremist Jew controlled goyim like U.S. President Barrack Obama attempting to regale the herd with teleprompted platitudes about ‘The Dream’. All the while unable to shake off the damning indictment which defines his terms in office: ‘First Black President Invades Africa’. For Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Nigeria, Egypt, Algeria and Mali all bear the scars of Anglo-American-Israeli-NATO interference, thanks to President Obama’s servile demeanour towards the illegitimate state of Israel and their Rothschild handlers. Even the Rev. Joseph Lowery, a close friend of Dr. King during the civil rights struggle, diplomatically remarked that Obama was “shackled by the political reality of our time” which is a euphemism for: ‘Nethanyahu’s got a gun to his head’. But it shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone that the face of Drone terrorism should try and dissemble in the guise of an emancipator, for if extremist Jews can try and make Martin Luther King out to be a Zionist, ‘proven’ by the fraudulent ‘Letter to an Anti-Zionist Friend’ , August, 1967, then its all fair game.
But Martin Luther King was too great a man for us to allow his legacy to be hi-jacked by corporate shills, extremist Jew lunatics and Shabbat Goys. The same news networks who, when it mattered, would have had King’s supporters beaten to within an inch of their lives by the lead batons of the police state apparatus, now plead ignorance and claim they were on his side all along. The same institutions who, when it mattered, were trying to snuff out all forms of African American resistance to the Rothschild run U.S. regime, will now put up posters and wear the mask of civility, for a day at least.
The Martin Luther King I remember, is the Martin Luther King U.S. crooks and Israeli criminals would like us to forget, and for the sake of his sacrifice and struggles this must be the Martin Luther King that we hold dear to our hearts and never relinquish for any price:
Civil rights campaigner and legendary crooner Harry Belafonte, recalls a conversation he had with Martin Luther King in the days leading up to his martyrdom. Belafonte recalls that Dr. King was rather preoccupied and pondered over their struggle with some concern, when Belafonte inquired as what was troubling his friend, King replied:
“I’ve come upon something that disturbs me deeply: “We have fought hard and long for integration, as I believe we should have, and I know that we will win. But I’ve come to believe we’re integrating into a burning house.”
“I’m afraid that America has lost what moral vision she may have had. And I’m afraid that even as we integrate, we are walking into a place that does not understand that this nation needs to be deeply concerned with the plight of the poor and disenfranchised. Until we commit ourselves to ensuring that the underclass is given justice and opportunity, we will continue to perpetuate the anger and violence that tears at the soul of this nation.”
Martin Luther King, April, 1968
He was right. But I won’t ask the civilized world to reclaim this commemoration in the true spirit of the man it claims to celebrate, because when we truly understand the nature of this struggle and regain the initiative, then we can say: Let the traitors have a day to celebrate their Martin Luther King. And we’ll have the other 364 days to celebrate our Martin Luther King, the real Martin Luther King, the true Martin Luther King, the only Martin Luther King.