Martin Luther King a Traitor to the Black Cause...September 15, 2013 1 Comment
Martin Luther King a Traitor to the Black Cause...
Would this title be a simple fable of Flashmag
columnist? No, although it must be conceded that this is a thesis
that seems astounding, since in the popular imagination, this man
is celebrated as an apostle of the defense of the black cause. Far
from the sensationalism and hoaxes of media seeking badly a large
circulation, the ambiguity must be removed once and for all. The
truth we owe it to the public and future generations deserve to
know. The spectrum of our editorial beam will decrypt to support
this thesis the character Martin Luther King Jr. that you do not
know, before addressing the Object of his treachery, by analyzing
the basis of his thinking to show how he would have betrayed the
black people of the world ...
The end of the Second World War was the death knell of a unipolar world with the onset of the Cold War. Now the men of color from Africa and the Americas who fought with the Westerners at the big horror will come out grown, shaken by the sense of equality, at least in front of the death. Once the war was over the return to daily life dominated by the supremacy of the white race over the black, by then will be very badly seen. From Africa to the Americas, movements for social justice and freedom will take roots, and will get even larger during the 60s’ which will see the majority of African countries gain their independence , while in the United States strong figures will rise (some in the total sense , others figuratively )to name a few, Malcolm Little , aka X, a Pan-Africanist more radical in his vision of freedom and justice for black people in the Americas , and Martin Luther King, Americanist , assimilationist and non-violent , represent the two currents that will face each other. Ultimately the second vision held by Martin Luther King Jr. will be tolerated by the white establishment who finally found him more malleable, and able to be used as tool in their agenda of subtle domination, acknowledging the evidence that the granting of a certain degree of freedom to blacks was inevitable, the pressure of the world helping, they had to find a compromise on parole. The vector of this compromise was none other than Martin Luther King, who will accept the bias of compromising, the total freedom and cultural identity of black people in the Americas, advocating for a total uprooting of their African essence for a total assimilation to the American concept. He’s thus the precursor of the loss of the African essence of black American population, because ultimately without knowing where we come from we will never know where we are going ...
Before continuing in this regard it is important to shed light on the man Martin Luther King Jr. from the start, There are error or fraud on the person, because Martin Luther King was not born Martin Luther King Jr. but rather Michael King Jr. He will take the pseudonym of Martin Luther in reference to the well-known German preacher, to give more scope to his person, some may wonder if you really need to take somebody else name to be great as well? This shows from the start the assimilationist trait of the personage Martin Luther King Jr...
Secondly the Pastor King, who was coming from a bourgeois family with a father who was already pastor, will rather at least during his first year at university, be a skeptical of religion, refuting any notion of outward signs of religiosity claiming that it was inappropriate. During those college years , he will be more seen in gallant company of white women with a pronounced taste for pool and drinking, his alcoholism and sexual obsession, will resurface later in his life once he will finally embrace the priesthood and the civil rights cause . Adept of sexual orgies, doused with alcohol and tobacco, the white establishment with their secular arm the FBI of Edgar Hoover finally found there, a way to make him more malleable. Since his death several secret information about the depraved life of the black American leader, have been leaked. It’s known for example that on the eve of his assassination, which occurred April 4, 1968 in Memphis, Tennessee, he shared his bed with one of his adulterous relationship. Dr. Ralph Abernathy , a close assistant of King says in his autobiography, published in 1989, " And the Walls Came Tumbling Down " that King had a weakness for the fairer sex ...
In addition, if the flesh may be weak for any normal man, the same cannot be said when it comes to intellectual dishonesty. It is now established that when Coretta Scott King donated the writings of her husband at Stanford University in 1985, while the papers were being cataloged, it was discovered that the PhD thesis, from Boston University, which was " a comparison of the design of God in the thought of Paul Tillich and Nelson Wieman " included large sections of a dissertation written three years earlier by another student from the same school named Jack Boozer. Investigations conducted by Boston University proved that the hero of the civil rights had plagiarized several other authors who have written on the subject before, so that a posthumously removal of his PhD was considered, but it was decided that he nevertheless contributed to the treatment of the subject concerned. A note of dishonor says however that the work of King had been conducted on the basis of several other authors without expressly mention of them as sources.
The plagiarism of Pastor King did not stop there, since even his most famous speech " I have a Dream " is a plagiarism in part because many of the words used are those of a black American, lawyer, judge, diplomat, and clergy of south Chicago, named Archibald J. Carey, who spoke the same words at a convention of the Republican Party in 1952.
In view of the foregoing what is left of Martin Luther King Jr. Since above all these deficiencies and failure were well known by the opponents of the civil rights movement? A man probably who became a true puppet doing the will of his white masters.
If the foundation of his thought is not clearly defined by the fact that he did not really have one, however it is easy to see that he had embraced the neo slavery current, as dictated by his handlers. Also in the work and speech of Pastor King one is struck by the amnesia Africa and its concerns. He never refers to the black continent or the Pan Africanism even less the struggle for independence, of the former colonies of Western Africa that raged through the same time, strange for a man who presented himself as the champion of the black cause. At this level his assimilationist quality suffers no doubt, and he’s the largest agent of servile assimilation of the black American community, to the model defined by the white establishment. As Capitein Jacobus (1717 -1747) was in his time, a former slave who became a theologian scholar in Holland, he had the audacity to defended a thesis stating that slavery was not contrary to Christian freedom, this made him a celebrity in Western circles back then since he decided to return in Africa to preach his ideas ...
The resignation of Pastor King, from the noble cause advocating the defense of cultural integrity and original of black people, sacrificed to the selfishness and corruption of material gain , rises high in his childhood. Instructed by his parents to take care of his grandmother who was suffering, the young King, preferred to go out strutting and watch a baseball game, during which time the old lady collapsed and died, it was more important for him to live his life, than to take care of to those in distress ...
50 years later as his famous speech of August 28, 1963 is commemorated, these words in the context in which they were used are an ode to utopia and lethargy of black people. Because to dream you have to be asleep this state of unconsciousness and numbness is also well maintained by the U.S. government that upholds the laziness of the people by subsidizing and dumping them in real concentration camps which are the project building located in disreputable neighborhoods where the foul niggertrash whose only expectation is the monthly pittance that vanishes usually in a few days after buying the drugs that help them better to stay in anesthesia. The dream must be maintained at all costs it would seem. in view of this it is easy to understand what damage had caused this dream, which eventually turned out to be a nightmare for the African-American community , the modus being emancipation through assimilation and, behavioral, physical and memorial , bleaching , spiced by a blatant selfishness and unbridled pursuit to material gain next to absurdity , of a community that is now bloodless and without reference , because its past and essence, was stolen and compromised by the same who laid the foundations of the social disaster that this community lives . It is impossible to fight against an oppressor when you are asleep and worse when you do not know yourself.
As of today, blacks and whites walk without doubt in the same streets, but it must not be forgotten that everyone remains cloistered in his corner with a judicial system that is very allergic to the skin. How come in a country that until 2013 had no real equity when it comes to what is the equality of citizens before the law, celebrates so highly a contemporary? It must be noted Martin Luther King Jr. is the only individual who has an official day of remembrance as public holiday in the United States .Probably the thought of Samora Machel explain it better. One day he confided to his faithful lieutenants: "If one day you hear the oppressor speak well of me, celebrating my name, you should understand therefor, that I have betrayed you and our cause of freedom and integrity “...
Moreover we cannot conclude without asking
the question, why Malcolm X was assassinated in February 1965, and
Emmett Till, martyred 10 years before in 1955 do not have the same
The strong emphasis on Martin Luther King Jr. obscures the contribution of all those brave anonymous people, who daily said no to the oppressor, as well as Kennedy's death and the pressures of the international community with the United States which had become the laughing stock of a world that had taken the “country of freedom” at his own word with its famous slogan of justice and freedom for all.
Ultimately logically followers of the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. should once and for all reject the term African-American who has been granted to them, and consume the complete uprooting and acculturation , calling themselves black American or simply American , provided that white America wants it that way , which is far from a certainty. The advertising made, on the Irish white line of Martin Luther King Jr. While forgetting its African roots, as it was the case for Mrs. Obama recently, proves otherwise the direction that the Black American community has taken, in a syllogism that say sneakily to whites " since I have white blood, I’m white like you, as equality requires ." However, members of the white community that encourage, them in this fad should also now admit that, they too are black with black blood flowing in their vein regardless of their appearance, in respect of the secular forces of crossbreeding .
Moreover, the real danger is the large mediatic hype of the United States, which could lead to a contagion of the assimilationist and acculturated servile behavior of black Americans, to the rest of the global Afro diaspora. In this case Martin Luther King Jr. would have contributed to strike a fatal blow to the assertion of cultural identity of black people worldwide.
Written by Hubert Marlin Elingui
Journalist - Flashmag!