Paul Adams, J.D.
“He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it.” MLK
“An injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” – MLK
Why King Was Executed
In his book, An Act of State: The Execution of Martin Luther King, William Pepper, attorney and friend of MLK and the King Family, documents the fact that Martin Luther King Jr. was executed for his firm stance against the “abominable, unjust and evil” Vietnam War and for his planned Poor People’s campaign which would have shut down Washington D.C. until certain economic demands for the poor were met at the expense of the globalist/banking/military establishment.
King’s famous sermon against the Vietnam War may be his best:
In it, King articulates how Americans had been lied to regarding the justifications for war, much like 9/11 and all other wars. He also exposes the fact that the Unites States betrayed the Vietnamese after World War 2, by financing and supporting France’s recolonization effort.
Thanks to Pepper, who was a journalist in Vietnam before becoming an attorney, King was well aware of the atrocities the U.S. committed against the people of Vietnam.
…dispatched its greatest land army to Vietnam, dropped the greatest tonnage of bombs in the in the history of warfare, forced millions of people to leave their villages and homes and by accrual bombardment, used chemical agents in a way which devastated and altered the exposed environment…
Despite threats against his life and being abandoned by many of his closest allies, King decided to use the full force of his integrity, moral authority, and international prestige to challenge the might and moral bankruptcy of the American state, which he freely characterized as the “greatest purveyor of violence on earth.”
It is worth noting that in December of 2013¸ a global poll across 65 countries found that the country seen as representing the greatest threat to peace today is the United States. “Not only did the U.S. top the list with an aggregate of 24 percent, but the runner-up threat country, Pakistan, was way behind at eight percent. China was third at six percent, followed by North Korea, Iran and Israel at five percent each.”
King also refused to support the Vietnam War because it diverted money and attention from domestic programs created to aid the poor. As George Orwell explained in 1984, the true purpose of war is to justify the building of bombs to enrich the few, as opposed to building roads, houses, schools, and infrastructure to benefit all of society.
In other words, the primary aim of modern warfare is to use up the products of a manufacturing/technology society without raising the general standard of living. Without war, there would be an all-round increase in wealth (“peace dividends”) which would eliminate hunger, overwork, dirt, illiteracy, and disease. Therefore, the ruling elite must create wars to preserve their hierarchical society.
As King said, “the war was doing far more than devastating the hopes of the poor at home …We were taking the black young men who had been crippled by our society and sending them eight thousand miles away to guarantee liberties in Southeast Asia which they had not found in southwest Georgia and East Harlem.”
In today’s fictional War on Terror, in which the U.S. funds Al-CIA-DA on one hand and then tells the American people it’s the enemy on the other, U.S. military suicides exceed combat deaths. While soldiers may return home alive, their souls are tortured by the senseless violence and death that they witness, and the war crimes they are ordered to perform.
By mid-1967, King began to formulate a strategy to address the widening gap between the rich and the poor. The project would later be known as the Poor People’s Campaign, where King planned for 500,000 of the nation’s poor to occupy Washington D.C. until certain economic rights were established for all¸ including full employment, guaranteed income, and decent housing. The elite worried that if the economic demands weren’t met, a revolution could occur.
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The Real Trial of the Century
After four weeks of testimony and over 70 witnesses in a civil trial in Memphis, Tennessee, twelve jurors reached a unanimous verdict on December 8, 1999 after about an hour of deliberations that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated as a result of a conspiracy.
In An Act of State, Pepper proves not only that James Earl Ray was not the shooter and a set-up patsy, but that King had been targeted as part of a larger conspiracy to stop the anti-war movement and King’s Poor People’s Campaign, in which thousands of protesters would have shut-down Washington D.C. until federal legislation was passed to create jobs and eliminate poverty in the United States, at the expense of the ruling establishment. Today’s United Front Against Austerity has similar goals.
An Act of State documents that the conspiracy to execute King involved J. Edgar Hoover and the FBI’s COINTELPRO. “A particular target was the Poor People’s Campaign, a national effort organized by King and the SCLC to occupy Washington, D.C. The FBI monitored and disrupted the campaign on a national level, while using targeted smear tactics locally to undermine support for the march.”
Pepper also proved that numerous other agencies were involved in King’s execution and summarizes the operation before documenting it in detail with witnesses and admissions:
On the evening of April 4, 1968, Martin Luther King was in Memphis supporting a strike. By the end of the day, top-level army snipers were in position to knock him out if ordered. Two military officers were in place on the roof of a fire station near the Lorraine Motel, to photograph the events. Two black firemen had been ordered not to report to duty that day and a black Memphis Police Department detective on surveillance duty in the fire station was physically removed from post and taken home.
Dr. King’s room at the hotel motel was changed from a secluded ground-floor room to number 306 on the balcony. Loyd Jowers, owner of Jim’s Grill which backed the motel from the other side of the street, had already received in $100,000 in cash [a lot of money in 1968] for his agreement to participate in the assassination. He was to go out into the brush area behind the grill with the shooter and take possession of the gun immediately after the fatal shot was fired. When the dust settled, King had been hit, and a clean-up procedure was immediately set in motion. James Earl Ray was effectively framed, the snipers dispersed, any witnesses who could not be controlled were killed, and the crime scene was destroyed.
Pepper’s book is definitely worth reading and his closing argument can be seen here: http://williampepper.com/video.html
Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination and the others of infamy were the elite’s coming-out party, just as was 9/11. They want Americans to know that if you oppose their plans for transhumanism, depopulation, and degeneracy, you may expire early.
Andrew Breitbart had a “heart attack” and died a day before he was to release information that would critically damage Barack Obama prior to an election. Michael Cormier, Breitbart’s coroner, died days after Breitbart, apparently due to arsenic poisoning.
Tim Russert, who questioned George W. Bush and John Kerry on their Skull & Bones membership, died of a “heart attack” at age 58. Likewise, “Mark Pittman, the award-winning reporter whose fight to make the Federal Reserve more accountable to taxpayers led Bloomberg News to sue the central bank and win, died at age 52.”
As Kurt Nimmo writes, “The assassination of Martin Luther King, Malcolm X, Fred Hampton, and other activists and political figures considered threats to the status quo demonstrate the viability of murder as a political tool for the elite.”
Learn more about MLK, love, courage, and non-violence:
Letter from Birmingham Jail:
Crown For a King:
Paul Adams is your humble servant and a follower of Jesus Christ. “And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather expose them.” Ephesians 5:11