Skip to comments.MLK tapes: Secret FBI recordings-Martin Luther King of watching/laughing as rape happened-40 affairs
Posted on 05/26/2019 6:26:43 AM PDT by MeneMeneTekelUpharsin
Secret FBI tapes that accuse Martin Luther King Jr of having extramarital affairs with '40 to 45 women' and even claim he 'looked on and laughed' as a pastor friend raped a parishioner, exist an author has claimed. The civil rights hero was also heard allegedly joking he was the founder of the 'International Association for the Advancement of P***y-Eaters'.
The shocking files could lead to a 'painful historical reckoning' for the man who is celebrated across the world for his campaign against racial injustice, according to one biographer. The FBI surveillance tapes detailing his indiscretions are being held in a vault at the U.S. National Archives and are not due for release until 2027. But David Garrow, a biographer of King who won a Pulitzer Prize for his 1987 book Bearing the Cross about the Baptist minister, has unearthed the FBI summaries of the various incidents.
In an article to be published in Standpoint, Garrow tells how the FBI planted transmitters in two lamps in hotel rooms booked by King in January 1964, according to The Sunday Times.
(Excerpt) Read more at dailymail.co.uk ...
Another truth is that a lot of people we’re very happy with segregation, and resented uppity blacks. Pro-segregation And kkk people in this country mught as well have been on the KGB payroll.
well, what will the Me Too movement do now?!~
The FBI was thugging for The Establishment back in the 60’s AND they thugged for The Establishment in the Obama Years ...
Different choice of victim - then in was civil rights workers - today it’s Middle-class white men who use words like ‘Constitution’... and support Trump.
The ‘solution’ is to STOP the political wings of these thug organizations.
The progression has been a mixture of good and bad. And Alabama 1969 was not representative of the USA. If we projected the sexuality of a 1960 microcosm of the isolated valleys in W. Virginia one could project that “America is an incestuous country” or that Utah is a Polygamous state because they tolerate isolated sects of original Mormonism.
Photography can be quite revealing. Try and find the contrast photos of Ferguson, Mo. 1954 vs. 2014 - same street corner.
1954= Well dressed black FAMILIES with men in suits with hats and women wearing pretty modest dresses holding the hands of THEIR children going about their daily business. Clean streets and tidy businesses in the background. These children had moms AND dads and they behaved much differently because of that structure.
2014= Feral savage looking 3rd world ruffians attempting to loot or destroy the family businesses their fathers, grandfathers or great-grand dads had built. Women looking shameful in attention seeking clothing, or the lack thereof. Kids running amok. Disintegration and chaos every where. And nearly everyone is humongous. Double the size of their grandparents, not due to no free-lunch milk, food stamps, etc.
Tragically, the Black family unit has nearly completely disintegrated in every major US city with stats as high as 90% of fatherless children in some cities. That is a terrible harmful regression, not progression.
Progression and upward mobility has resonated for a few and chaos for all the rest.
. It immediately pits blacks vs whites
How? Cosby didnt. I dont see race in a reaction. If there are tapes proving he was a perv and a rape assistant and mocked the naacp then hes going to have to lose his crown for all Americans. His works stand. His good speeches stand. But as a man he wont.
“I was raised in the 50s, in Texas,
and know whereof I speak. It wasnt
perfect but it beats what we have now.” - sparklite2
Is it? I doubt the black Border Patrol guy I’ll be sitting near in church next hour would agree. I doubt my black female supervisor from a few years back would agree. Masters degree in accounting and a fine Christian woman married to a fine Christian man raising their kids well.
Inner cities? Welfare has taken a terrible price. Handouts do, to whites as well as blacks. I’ve met plenty of white trash taking handouts and living on welfare and taking drugs too. Taking prayer out of schools and the Sexual Revolution has been a disaster.
But treating blacks as fully human, with every right to stand straight and proud, able to work, get educations, live in nice neighborhoods? I spent most of my adult life in the military. I have no desire, NONE AT ALL, to go back to the days of Selma Alabama 1965-1966! Racism is evil and disgusting. Nothing admirable about it!
And I see people, yes even pastors, deify this man.
No man should be deified. That is reserved for the Holy Trinity and non other.
I cringe every time I hear a preacher throw in his name. It makes me want to turn away from them.
TFTP - I just commented (above this)
He also became one of Margaret Sangers stooges for abortion. She stated if you could get the black ministers to preach abortion the blacks would flock to the abortion centers. She then targeted MLK and got him on board with Jesse and others.
No. His antics have not been long named. All we heard was that he cheated on his wife. So do lots of people who are famous and travel alone to many cities and are strong figures with lots of fans. We never knew he was a party to rape and orgies etc.
Justice Thomas has done more for race relations than MLK ever thought of doing.
“Progression and upward mobility has resonated for a few and chaos for all the rest.”
Hating and despising blacks is not what made the 50s better for many. Look to The Great Society, the rejection of God, welfare, public support for illegitimacy, The Sexual Revolution, the damned hippies of the 60s growing old but not up, taking discipline out of schools and a media that hates whites, particularly God-fearing whites.
The Civil Rights movement wasn’t wrong. A lot of what was introduced along with it - with some support from MLK - was evil. Place the blame where it belongs.
And no, Selma Alabama in 1965-66 was not the entire South.
You couldn’t pay me to live east of the Mississippi, but if I had to, Alabama & Georgia would top my list. Not anywhere north of Tennessee.
And FWIW, in Indiana, my Mom’s Dad was in the KKK and hated blacks. He had 10 kids and all of them grew up despising him for a lot of reasons, but they all say he hated blacks. Indiana. The North has always had plenty of racists.
Yet, blacks are resegregating themselves.
Odd. I’m not seeing that in Arizona.
Think as you like, I’m 43 and had already heard of all kinds of antics in my 20s.
Very good to know and thanks for confirming.
Obviously no one wants Selma, Alabama 1965. But it’s possible to see an upwardly mobile tendency in blacks of that era that was killed off by Great Society welfare statism.
I personally am red hot angry with the left for undermining black people and race relations in general in this country. Our history should have been a beautiful story of reconciliation between black people and white people as the country moved forward into a more perfect expression of its founding principles. But the left has derailed that, unfortunately and tragically.
Heh. Maybe they wouldn’t dare.
Nonetheless ... https://www.ajc.com/news/here-why-harvard-holding-individual-graduation-ceremony-for-black-students-this-month/604AM5ktt714LH2ABCM69I/
BTW, are there any white student unions yet?
That’s a new one (the bit about MLK being a Sanger stooge, I mean). I know her plans to have black pastors promote it, and I also know about Jesse Jackson basically selling out his pro life views for Democrat votes, but I don’t recall MLK doing that (and I know a guy who thinks MLK is vastly overrated, and even HE doubted MLK supported Sanger and abortion before his death, though he did say he probably would have supported it had he lived long enough). And quite frankly, considering his niece is Aleida Scott King, one of the biggest pro-Life advocates out there, and she indicated that MLK would have approved of her actions for the pro-Life movement, I find it extremely unlikely he would have supported Margaret Sanger, or Planned Parenthood.
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