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Earlier by Peter Brimelow: 2022: Time To Rethink Martin Luther King Day? Now More Than Ever!

Martin Luther King Jr. Day, still underway, is now the holiest day of the Left’s Liturgical Year (although Jan 6 is coming up fast). Yet the civic religion that canonized King is rooted in myths, half-truths, and outright lies, most notably concerning what Founding Americans such as Thomas Jefferson believed about the race question. King wanted “Civil Rights,” which turn out to mean Quotas, Set-Asides and Reparations a.k.a. Racial Socialism. Jefferson, like most Americans at the time and thereafter, wanted blacks “colonized” a.k.a resettled in another country. And that’s just the beginning of the problems with King and his “legacy.”

In his most famous speech, the plagiarized I Have A Dream oration at the Lincoln Monument on August 28, 1963, for instance, King advocated equalitarian pieties that he actually opposed, as I’ve explained here before. But he also included ridiculous claims about the American Founding:

So we’ve come here today to dramatize a shameful condition. In a sense we’ve come to our nation’s capital to cash a check. When the architects of our republic wrote the magnificent words of the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence, they were signing a promissory note to which every American was to fall heir. This note was the promise that all men, yes, black men as well as white men, would be guaranteed the unalienable rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

It is obvious today that America has defaulted on this promissory note in so far as her citizens of color are concerned. Instead of honoring this sacred obligation, America has given the Negro people a bad check, a check which has come back marked “insufficient funds.”

I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed, “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal.”

That “promissory note” is now a demand for racial reparations.

(By the way, I believe one of King’s speechwriters stole the phrase “ I have a dream” from recently departed composer-lyricist Stephen Sondheim (1930-2021), who wrote it as a phrase running through the hit 1959 Broadway musical and 1962 film adaptation, Gypsy—” I had a dream, a wonderful dream”, etc. [Some People lyrics, YouTube]).

But as for “all men are created equal,” neither Jefferson nor any of the other Founding Fathers ever meant that to apply to blacks. Otherwise, they would have abolished slavery in the new federal Constitution. Jefferson was writing about equality before the law among whites of different social classes, in contrast to the hereditary privilege that ruled in England and Europe.

Jefferson’s thoughts on race have been either butchered or suppressed, and his remarkable life now reduced to the Sally Hemings Hoax.

Consider the Jefferson Memorial. As the remarkable but needless to say unsung Carleton Putnam pointed out sixty years ago, in a book vainly opposing the integration mania:

The Jefferson Memorial has the following quotation from the third president inscribed on the marble interior: “Nothing is more certainly written in the book of fate than that these people [the Negroes] shall be free.” Jefferson did not end those words with a period, but with a semicolon, after which he wrote: “nor is it less certain that the two races equally free, cannot live under the same government.”

[Race and Reason, A Yankee View, by Carleton Putnam, 1961]

Jefferson continued at greater length in his Notes on the State of Virginia:

To emancipate all slaves born after passing the act. [A 1784 proposal for emancipation of slaves in Virginia]The bill reported by the revisors does not itself contain this proposition; but an amendment containing it was prepared, to be offered to the legislature whenever the bill should be taken up, and further directing, that they should continue with their parents to a certain age, then be brought up, at the public expence[sic], to tillage, arts or sciences, according to their geniusses[sic],[i.e. according to their native abilities] till the females should be eighteen, and the males twenty-one years of age, when they should be colonized such place as the circumstances of the time should render most proper, sending them out with arms, implements of household and of the handicraft arts, feeds, pairs of the useful domestic animals, &c. to declare them a free and independent people, and extend to them our alliance and protection, till they shall have acquired strength; and to send vessels at the same time to other parts of the world for an equal number of white inhabitants; to induce whom to migrate hither, proper encouragements were to be proposed. It will probably be asked, Why not retain and incorporate the blacks into the state, and thus save the expence of supplying, by importation of white settlers, the vacancies they will leave? Deep rooted prejudices entertained by the whites; ten thousand recollections, by the blacks, of the injuries they have sustained; new provocations; the real distinctions which nature has made; and many other circumstances, will divide us into parties, and produce convulsions which will probably never end but in the extermination of the one or the other race. — To these objections, which are political, may be added others, which are physical and moral….”

Among the Romans emancipation required but one effort. The slave [because Roman slaves were white] when made free, might mix with, without staining the blood of his master. But with us a second is necessary, unknown to history. When freed, [the slave] is to be removed beyond the reach of mixture. [Emphasis and links added]

[The Administration of Justice and the Description of the Laws by Thomas Jefferson, 1781, The Works of Thomas Jefferson, Volume IV. Editor, Paul Leicester Ford, G.P. Putnam’s Sons Knickerbocker Press, 1904]

Thus Jefferson advocated the “colonization” of freed slaves to Africa. And with few exceptions, so did 19th-century abolitionists, including the Great Emancipator himself, Abraham Lincoln.

In his magnum opus, White Identity, Jared Taylor observed that presidents from Jefferson to Truman “saw blacks as a burden whom they’d prefer to see repatriated to Africa.”

And again, so did Abolitionists. Taylor writes:

[M]ost of whom were working towards the same goal. Except for a few radical egalitarians such as William Lloyd Garrison, abolition was never about racial equality, and abolitionists opposed miscegenation.

Henry Ward Beecher, brother of Harriet Beecher Stowe who wrote Uncle Tom’s Cabin, expressed the majority view: “Do your duty first to the colored people here; educate them, Christianize them, and then colonize them.”

Note that in King’s Dream speech, he implicitly threatened violence, which he was then apparently allowed to do, unlike the Jan. 6 Mostly Peaceful Protestors today:

There will be neither rest nor tranquility in America until the Negro is granted his citizenship rights. The whirlwinds of revolt will continue to shake the foundations of our nation until the bright day of justice emerges.

There are those who are asking the devotees of Civil Rights, “When will you be satisfied?”

We can never be satisfied as long as the Negro is the victim of the unspeakable horrors of police brutality. …

Some of you have come from areas where your quest for freedom left you battered by the storms of persecution and staggered by the winds of police brutality. …

I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.

In the past, I heard and read those words with white ears and eyes, and supposed King to be talking about vicious, racist, white policemen. But now I hear and read with black ears and eyes. For King, “police brutality” meant white policemen enforcing the law against black criminals—including King’s followers.

Although King spoke against violence, he also said that riots are “the language of the unheard,” and warned that if white leaders didn’t give him what he demanded, they would have to deal with Malcolm X and the Nation of Islam.

King always hoped for what he called “police brutality,” and was disappointed when the police did not take his bait.

Usually, the media covered for King, and indeed some members of the press, such as New York Post Editor James Wechsler, were among his financial backers. But in 1965, the New York Times did report that when police ordered King’s followers to cease and desist from their illegal march, the marchers refused to break up and continued. Police and local volunteers beat the marchers back with clubs, and the marchers attacked them with rocks and bottles.

When the 1965 March On Selma degenerated into a public orgy, news editors rewrote reporters’ dispatches such that the latter said the only thing they recognized were their bylines [Degeneracy on the March, American Renaissance, May 1995].

And King never believed in “colorblindness,” despite what the worthies of Conservatism, Inc. tell us every January 17. That was just a pull-quote that his speechwriters (variously identified as Clarence B. Jones, Vincent Harding, or Stanley Levison) had written for his allies in the press.

As Steven Farron wrote in The Affirmative Action Hoax: Diversity, the Importance of Character, and Other Lies, King had already demanded racial quotas before his big speech. After the 1964 U.S. Civil Rights Act, he would get them. At the time of his 1968 murder in Memphis, Tennessee, he was defending striking black garbagemen, and demanding that all public sector jobs be divvied up according to racial quotas, qualifications be damned.

For years, I had assumed that President Lyndon B. Johnson had perverted President Kennedy’s policies regarding Affirmative Action, welfare (Reparations), and the Vietnam War. I have since concluded that Johnson did exactly as Kennedy would have done had he not been assassinated.

King’s speech at the Lincoln Monument was part of a campaign for the U.S. Civil Rights Act. He had demanded the act from JFK; JFK had promised to deliver it.

Responding to critics that the bill was designed to provide unconstitutional racial quotas, Democrat Sen. Hubert Humphrey of Minnesota made a solemn vow:

If the Senator can find in Title VII … any language which provides that an employer will have to hire on the basis of percentage or quota related to color, race, religion, or national origin, I will start eating the pages one after another, because it is not in there.

[“How the 1964 Civil Rights Act made group rights inevitable,” by Lawrence Auster, View from the Right, September 29, 2004.]

Humphrey was right about the lack of quota language in the bill, yet everyone in America’s corrupt Ruling Class elite knew that the bill was a quota bill. King got exactly what he had demanded. With time, political leaders also pickpocketed white taxpayers to the tune of tens of trillions of dollars in what amount to racial reparations.

As historian Fred Siegel has recounted, two weeks after LBJ signed the Civil Rights Act into law, blacks celebrated by burning down cities in the first race riots in many years [The Riot Ideology, Reborn , City Jouranl, Autum, 2015].

White “conservatives” and Republicans have for years clung desperately to that “content of their character” pull quote to support their delusion that King believed in race-blind merit. For instance, Christopher Rufo, who has commendably exposed the burgeoning use of Critical Race Theory in public schools and at American corporations to teach anti-white hate (but has pre-emptively blocked VDARE.com on Twitter), believes CRT violates King’s “vision” [Critical Race Theory: What It Is and How to Fight It, Imprimis, March 2021].

No, it doesn’t. It’s exactly what King would want. Not equality, but supremacy. Black supremacy.

But speaking of equality, a few facts with which VDARE readers are familiar:

Whites have an average IQ of 100; blacks in America have an average IQ of 85. Blacks have a crime rate of seven-to-ten times that of whites, and over thirty times that of Asians.

Equality? Humbug!

FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover called King “the most notorious liar in the country” [‘You are done’: A secret letter to Martin Luther King Jr. sheds light on FBI’s malice, by Michael E. Ruane, The Washington Post, December 13, 2017]. Discourse on race in America has always been dominated by lies. Blacks might enslave whites, but they will never be their equals.

When you ban the merit principle in hiring, promotions, and contracting; ban telling the truth about reality; and ban justice in enforcing the law—when you install a regime of racial spoils—you get a society of cascading failures.

That was MLK’s “dream.”

My first experience with Martin Luther King was April 3, 1968, the day before his murder when he delivered his famous “I’ve been to the mountaintop” speech for the strikers in Memphis. I was just a Jewish kid in Long Island and I knew nothing. But I still remember what the radio announcer said: “After Dr. King gave his speech and rode off in his car, his followers rioted.”

I have a dream. In my dream, MLK Day is repealed, whites are re-enfranchised, and the monstrous MLK statue in our nation’s capital is toppled.

Nicholas Stix [email him] is a New York City-based journalist and researcher, much of whose work focuses on the nexus of race, crime, and education. He spent much of the 1990s teaching college in New York and New Jersey. His work has appeared in Chronicles, The New York Post, Weekly Standard, Daily News, New York Newsday, American Renaissance, Academic Questions, Ideas on Liberty and many other publications. Stix was the project director and principal author of the NPI report, The State of White America-2007. He blogs at Nicholas Stix, Uncensored.

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  1. anarchyst says:

    One cannot (and should not) judge those who came before us and their behavior by today’s standards. One can look back at “the way things were” with a critical eye, learning, and vowing not to repeat the mistakes of the past.
    There were many justifications (actually excuses) for slavery, none of which would “fly” today (rightly so) but were considered valid in their day. Even certain Christian sects condoned slavery with the proviso that they “were bringing souls to Jesus Christ away from heathenism”. This was seen as “justification” enough.
    However, there are downsides to some of today’s social and cultural norms.
    The imposition of so-called “civil-rights” acts and legislation comes to mind. While well-intentioned, these laws actually did a disservice to the concept of true “civil-rights”. Demanding that us whites change our social norms at the point of federal troops with bayonets (1957) did much to poison the concept of true “civil-rights”.
    Forcing integration did much to harden attitudes that us whites had toward not only blacks, but government in general.
    American blacks were coming into their own, many proving by their own behavior that they could live in a white-dominated society. In that day and age, blacks who wanted to participate in white society were expected to conform to white societal norms. Anything less was grounds for shunning, banning, and other proscriptions for black misbehavior.
    The passage of these “civil-rights” laws changed all that. Gone was the God-given right of “freedom of association”, but only for the white majority.
    Minorities were (and still are) free to exclude those not of their own race or culture even in cases of “freedom of association” and “public accommodation”.
    The concept of civil-rights “protections” have been expanded to cover homosexuals, cross-dressers, people with all types of aberrant behavior and conditions, (soon to be covered) pedophiles.
    Us white heterosexual males are of the only “group” that is not entitled to “protections” under the so-called “civil-rights” laws. The excuse used nowadays is that since us whites hold political and social power, (yeah, right) we are the only ones who can be “racist”.
    The idea of responsibility for one’s own actions was eviscerated as well, minorities given “excuses” for their criminal behavior, blaming it on “racism”.
    The passage of “affirmative action” laws cemented the idea that blacks could not make it on their own merits, but needed “help” which was enforced by government fiat. No longer would merit be allowed to be used to determine competency for education or employment, especially when it came to blacks. (The Griggs v. Duke Power Supreme Court opinion effectively outlawed the use of aptitude tests to determine suitability for employment).
    “Equality” has been replaced with “equity”–demanding equality of “results” rather than equality of opportunity.
    Social and cultural practices that were commonplace in the past would be seen as barbaric and unjustified today, with good reason, but we are still living under the cloud of one-sided “civil-rights” laws whose proscriptions apply only to whites.
    For one, I am PROUD to be considered “racist”. When I am so accused, I respond enthusiastically, while attempting to shake my accuser’s hand. The confused, dazed looks and disbelief on their faces is priceless.

    • Thanks: mark green
  2. I have a dream : the Blacks of Washington (who comprise a greater and greater proportion of Africans of recent immigration who teach the others many arts the local learn, one of the best known being Ethiopian cuisine) are more and more on the forefront of the movement to cancel the cult of MLK, as more and more detailed information are provided about this scoundrel’s real biography, and also as religion in Africa becomes more and more rigorous and can lo longer accept this false pastor as a sexual role model.

    I have a dream : the Blacks of Washington and of other American cities topple MLK’s statue every third month, and each time the statue is re-erected by a crowd composed at 97% of LGBTQ Whites and Jews. Statues of Black musicians and more serious religious people (white as well black) presumed to have been saints or to have gone to heavens as voodoo gods (white as well black) will be the erected, of far greater artistic interest. The official antiracist associations of yore now regroup only sexual perverts and develop a renewed improved anti-Black racism, mostly under the pretext of their lower tolerance for gay sex as practiced by Whites. Only straight Whites still go on being cursed as arch-villains, the reason invoked now being that straight Whites have missed their natural vocation which is to grow into gays and pedophiles, the hallmark of nobility.

    I have a dream : the Blacks of Washington will demonstrate for the end of all affirmative action measures as there will be RNAm injections to get a Brazilian mulatto skin hue classifying anybody as Black as per the traditional one drop rule, resulting in many former Whites taking the injection and displacing the legacy Blacks. Blacks will find it normal to be twenty times less numerous than whites or Asians to achieve excellence in STEM disciplines but twenty times more numerous than whites to achieve superiority in certain arts, like has always been the case between Italians and Germans with opera singing and instrumental music respectively.

  3. Walmart’s U.S. CEO Explains How He Approaches Diversity and Inclusion

    “In June of 2020 Walmart Inc. and its philanthropic arm said it would donate \$100 million over five years through a Center for Racial Equity to address racial disparities in the U.S.”

    “”Walmart currently reports its progress in DEI [DIE] on a biannual basis. According to Furner, almost 56% of new hires are currently people of color. 44% of promotions to management are women and almost 39% are people of color, he said.”

    “Walmart has also committed \$3 million to OneTen, a coalition of companies with a goal to promote one million Black employees over ten years.”

    • Replies: @Katrinka
    , @Mike_from_SGV
  4. G. Poulin says:

    The Civil Rights movement was never well intentioned. It was always about malice, though its proponents were careful to dress it up with Christian-sounding language to fool the rubes.

    • Agree: Shel100, AceDeuce
  5. Anon[176] • Disclaimer says: • Website

    I’m old enough, and from the South (Georgia) that I’m still Southern to the core. I am also unreformed, unrepentant, unreconstructed, and unforgiven.

    Among trusted friends we still call MLK-day “nigger day”.

    I can remember when Robert E. Lee’s birthday was a State of Georgia holiday.

    We still have a county in Georgia named after our President, Jeff Davis.

    We still have the Stone Mountain sculpture.

    We have tradition, and purpose, and strength, and the niggers (and the usual suspects guiding them from behind the curtains) aren’t going to take that away from us.. Not Ever.

    • Agree: mocissepvis
  6. Sepp says:

    “I was just a Jewish kid in Long Island and I knew nothing.”

    Name the Jew, or it ain’t true. Mr. Stix, the admitted Jew, cannot do this. Stix is the problem. Jews use blacks as bullets against whites, and Stix is covering up the source of the gunfire from the rest of us.

    Jefferson was a Freemason who helped bring about the French Revolution. He was an illuminati dupe of C-Jew and Jesuit Adam Weishaupt and the Rothschild banking cabal. Whatever Jefferson thought he understood about the motivations behind the Masonic revolution in the US was incorrect. Jefferson was profane. The true motivations and goals were hidden from his view in the higher degrees of the lodges.

    • Replies: @Mefobills
    , @mocissepvis
  7. What a load. Talk about spin. You take a sentence. Destroy what it means. Make it mean what it doesn’t mean.

    Good work. Derrida would be proud.

    • Replies: @nokangaroos
  8. syonredux says:

    Both Lincoln and Henry Clay believed in colonization. From Lincoln’s eulogy for Clay:

    The American Colonization Society was organized in 1816. Mr. Clay, though not its projector, was one of its earliest members; and he died, as for the many preceding years he had been, its President. It was one of the most cherished objects of his direct care and consideration; and the association of his name with it has probably been its very greatest collateral support. He considered it no demerit in the society, that it tended to relieve slave-holders from the troublesome presence of the free negroes; but this was far from being its whole merit in his estimation. In the same speech from which I have quoted he says: “There is a moral fitness in the idea of returning to Africa her children, whose ancestors have been torn from her by the ruthless hand of fraud and violence. Transplanted in a foreign land, they will carry back to their native soil the rich fruits of religion, civilization, law and liberty. May it not be one of the great designs of the Ruler of the universe, (whose ways are often inscrutable by short-sighted mortals,) thus to transform an original crime, into a signal blessing to that most unfortunate portion of the globe?”

    http://www.abrahamlincolnonline.org/lincoln/speeches/clay.htm

  9. JimDandy says:
    @Meretricious

    Yeah, I’m not really familiar with Mr. Stix. But I’m looking forward to reading more of his work.

    • Replies: @Nicholas Stix
  10. @JimDandy

    Thank you for your interest.

    VDARE Archive (app. 570 articles)

    https://vdare.com/writers/nicholas-stix

    • Thanks: JimDandy
  11. Sepp says:

    Mike King spells it out.

    In 1964, Marxist Loser King was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize AND named Time Magazine Man of the Year. Those two “honors” ALONE prove that he was an agent of the NWO Globalists.


    MLK accepts an award from Red Rabbi Jacob Rothschild (cough cough) of Atlanta.


    The “usual suspects” used MLK as a willing tool to wage war against White gentile America They still are.

    • Replies: @Maddaugh
    , @mocissepvis
  12. @Francis Miville

    I have a dream that one day you’ll learn to read and write in English to a proficiency that is sufficient for people without a head injury to understand what the hell you are talking about when you type.

    You can do it,nigger. I believe in you.

    • Agree: Wake up
    • LOL: Achmed E. Newman
  13. Wake up says:

    Quite simply the 1960’s was a golden opportunity to put down rioting and looting HARD. If that was done back then, we wouldn’t have nearly as many problems today.

  14. onebornfree says: • Website

    And I say : Mo’ gubmint, mo’ gubmint, mo’ gubmint!

    Yeah, that’ll “fix” the racial inequality problem, after all, it’s “fixed” every other problem in this world, right? 😆😂

    “The kind of man who wants the government to adopt and enforce his ideas is always the kind of man whose ideas are idiotic” H.L.Mencken

    “Government is a disease masquerading as its own cure” Robert LeFevere

    “Regards” onebornfree

  15. anon[222] • Disclaimer says:

    its funny how cuckservatives fail to notice that domestic niggers are 100x more violence/crime prone and dysfunction compared to immigrants (mexican or otherwise). I guess kikes would prefer everyone maintain positive attitudes toward Tyrone while they murder/rape/loot across the country

    • Agree: Wake up
    • Replies: @Meretricious
  16. @obwandiyag

    Well, the Mr. Michael King did have this Dream where he could play with
    little White girls (for whom he not only paid with church money –
    all black holymen do that – but whom he also liked to beat up, as he did
    the night before he ate it). He was on the verge of becoming a liability so his
    (((handlers))) decided he could still make a passable martyr.

    – What I do not quite get is this glorification of “colonization”;
    just like Cinque of Amistad fame had no more pressing agenda
    upon being set free than becoming a slave trader himself, the history
    of Liberia has been an unmitigated disaster.

    • Replies: @mocissepvis
  17. Anonymous[191] • Disclaimer says:

    “(By the way, I believe one of King’s speechwriters stole the phrase “ I have a dream” from recently departed composer-lyricist Stephen Sondheim (1930-2021), who wrote it as a phrase running through the hit 1959 Broadway musical and 1962 film adaptation, Gypsy—” I had a dream, a wonderful dream”, etc. [Some People lyrics, YouTube]).”

    You’re knocking the Negro to buttress the Jew!

    • Replies: @Sollipsist
  18. gotmituns says:

    By the way, the last war we ever won was WW2 with completely segregated armed forces. So I’d guess George Wallace was right after all and mlk was wrong.

  19. Jon Chance says: • Website

    Relations between Africans and Europeans during the times of Thomas Jefferson, Martin Luther King, and today have been far more complex than “Black vs White”.

    Most of today’s popular myths about “The Constitution” (1787) are simply wrong.

    Can you name one person who’s actually read and understood that collection of contradictions?

    We can thank Jews, the Bank of England, Alexander Hamilton, and the “Federalists” for sabotaging the American Revolution in 1787.

    Examine the First US Constitution (Articles of Confederation), the Virginia Declaration of Rights (1776), Common Sense by Thomas Paine, and Ratification by Pauline Maier:

    https://www.amazon.com/Ratification-Pauline-Maier-audiobook/dp/B004CWJ8F0

    Virginia Declaration of Rights – 1776

    That all men are by nature equally free and independent, and have certain inherent rights, of which, when they enter into a state of society, they cannot, by any compact, deprive or divest their posterity; namely, the enjoyment of life and liberty, with the means of acquiring and possessing property, and pursuing and obtaining happiness and safety.”

    https://avalon.law.yale.edu/18th_century/virginia.asp

  20. In 1837 the now long-forgotten Alvan Stewart theorized that the Framers slipped into the Constitution subtle language that validated the legal personhood of the slave, and thought it was placed there for future opponents of slavery to use when the time was right. Stewart pointed out the word “slave” appears nowhere in the Constitution; instead we read, “a person held to Service or Labour.” Notice: a person. Then notice the Fifth Amendment, which states that “no person” may be deprived of life or liberty without due process of law. Even the infamous Three-Fifths clause refers to slaves as “other persons”, quite clinching the argument. And slaveholder James Madison made this astonishing disclosure in his Federalist Number 54, saying the proposed constitution “views them [slaves] in the mixed character of persons and property . . . it is admitted that if the laws were to restore the rights which have been taken away (emphasis added), the negroes could no longer be refused an equal share of representation with the other inhabitants.” And these were “rights taken away” by existing law and custom, not by the proposed new government.

    In 1787 the six slaveholding states were orders of magnitude wealthier than the seven free states, which were suffering a severe postwar economic slump. Concessions from the north had to be the order of the day if a union were to be forged between sections which had had fundamental political and social antagonisms from the earliest times. John Calhoun and other powerful southern slaveholders naturally rejected Stewart’s argument. Nevertheless, for the seventy years they controlled the federal government, they fought hard to ensure that no bill “to restore the rights which have been taken away” could ever be introduced, let alone be debated and voted on. It was the lobby’s ceaseless attacks on the democratic process itself, not a tender regard for the human rights of mere slaves, that led to the founding of the Republican Party and eventually to the unthinkable, civil war.

    • Thanks: Grahamsno(G64), Cking
  21. We Wuz all ML Kangzzzz

  22. Nat X says:

    To hell with what Jefferson and the rest of those dead yt slavers thought; we here and aint going no damn where! Deal with it yt!

  23. Attacks upon Martin Luther King Jr. echo those shots fired by the establishment, the deep state, to destroy humanity into the zombie world we see today the economic collapse that Lyndon LaRouche long warned against.

    Martin was murdered so the evil we see, in all the various racial populations, the destruction of hope and decency, of higher leadership would crumble to serve the oligarchy, who murdered him just as they are murdering humanity.

    Commitment to the general welfare, as per the U.S. Constitution is what Lyndon LaRouche identified as being important about Martin Luther King Jr, where the U.S. Constitution included not the “life, liberty and property” but rather the conception of the pursuit of “happiness” as that higher conception of mankind found in the work of Gottfried Leibniz who influenced the Republican factions, particularly around Benjamin Franklin in the founding of the United States, where the sovereign power of the nation-state was and is to promote the general welfare relative to the truth expressed in Genesis, that “man is made in the image of God” which LaRouche identified as being the fact that genius is actually universal, and that our happiness, our avocation, thus is an expression of being able to pursue our talents as diverse and as individual that they are.

    This on Leibniz is important!…As it speaks to science and economy, economy that is not based upon some finite notions about wealth upon some entropic universe, but that the very nature of mankind is demonstrated in anti-entropic work based upon knowledge that goes beyond mere sensory perception.

    https://archive.schillerinstitute.com/lar_related/2010/lyn_leibniz_intended.html

    https://archive.schillerinstitute.com/fid_97-01/971_vattel.html

  24. KenH says:

    King had already demanded racial quotas before his big speech. After the 1964 U.S. Civil Rights Act, he would get them.

    Not quite. The 1964 Civil Rights Act forbids race based hiring but an EEOC official named (((Alfred Blumrosen))) among others wrote guidelines in support of affirmative action policies without calling them such which clearly violate the letter and spirit of the law.

  25. MMC says:

    “I was just a Jewish kid in Long Island”

    White boyz lose again…

  26. Katrinka says:
    @Change that Matters

    Thanks. I never darken their door. This information confirms that shopping at Walmart is tantamount to wringing your own neck.

  27. Mefobills says:
    @Sepp

    Jefferson was a Freemason who helped bring about the French Revolution. He was an illuminati dupe of C-Jew and Jesuit Adam Weishaupt and the Rothschild banking cabal. Whatever Jefferson thought he understood about the motivations behind the Masonic revolution in the US was incorrect. Jefferson was profane. The true motivations and goals were hidden from his view in the higher degrees of the lodges.

    Doing a timeline on Masonary vs Free Masonry needs to be done. My opinion is that the FreeMason Weisthaupt lodges were attempting to make inroads into America, but hadn’t at the time of Jefferson.

    The Masons of the founders were still the “old style” lodges that were Deist, and were looking for the Logos in the order of the universe. They also thought mathematics was divine, and part of the Logos, as well as the movement of the planets.

    The revolutionary war was against the Atlantacism of England, which began in 1694. The BOE was the first debt spreading bank in history, ruled from behind the scenes by hidden stock owners.

    In the colonies they had their own script and state banks, and they issued bills of credit.

    Any sort of illuminism and Jewry has to operate through the monetary sphere in order to support itself through usury and the taking of rents. Since it is unnatural and parasitical, it has to take by various sordid schemes.

    Ejecting negroes back to their homeland is decidedly not illuminist. When Jefferson died, he wanted one do-over, and that was to fix the “borrow credit” clause in the first articles.

    https://constitution.congress.gov/browse/essay/artI-S8-C2-1/ALDE_00001056/

    To borrow money and emit bills on the credit of the United States.1 When this section was reached in the debates, Gouverneur Morris moved to strike out the clause and emit bills on the credit of the United States

    Morris was a traitor, who also helped create the first bank, using his “assets” at the base reserves. He was also a stock owner. Hamilton went along with this, but created a compromise – a SINKING FUND, to then pay off the stock owners, and transfer the bank ownership to Treasury. Treasury was to have full ownership of the first bank.

    Neither Hamilton nor Jefferson were sufficiently on the ball about the maneuverings of the Atlantacist and the Illuminati. All of this was fairly recent to them.

    If you actually look at what the founders did and their maneuverings, you can see the hands of the illuminists, but you can also see that there was a battle. Most of the founders were not Weisthaupt “Oriental” lodge types, working to self aggrandize, and take usury against society.

    Rothschild didn’t make inroads into BOE until after the battle of waterloo in 1815. In this case it would be a transfer in ownership from Dutch Jews and some English, to Rothschild and other corrupt mammonites.

    • Replies: @Sepp
    , @Mefobills
  28. gotmituns says:

    Every year we go through this charade in memory of this dirtbag. Now they’re going to put that nitwit mya angelou (can anyone think of even one line of her supposed “poetry) on a quarter. What next, a black playing Benjamin Franklin in a movie and getting an Oscar for the performance?

    • Agree: Sick of Orcs
  29. @Francis Miville

    The Magik Negro may have had a dream, but
    I had a nightmare!

    I had a nightmare that this nation had awakened and lived out the true meaning of its creed: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that white men are not our equal.”

    I had a nightmare that the sons of former slaves and the sons of former slave owners whipped each other over food and shelter in the hood.

    I had a nightmare that America a nation sweltering with the heat of injustice, sweltering with the heat of oppression, was transformed into an oasis of perverted sexual freedom and racial injustice.

    I had a nightmare that little children were preyed upon by church, thug, elites and educators, where they were judged by the color of their skin and not by the content of their character.

    I had a nightmare last night!

    I had a nightmare that down in D.C.  With its vicious racists, with its DNC and NAACP having their lips dripping with the words of “reparations” and “black lives matter” — that right here in America little black boys and black girls are taught to beat little white boys and white girls as punishment for slavery 150 years ago.

    I had a nightmare last night!

    I had a nightmare that every city was rioting, and every house and business made low by the burning ashes, while sacred places were destroyed, and thugs and perverts ruled the streets and the horror of Black Lives Matter revealed and all whites were slaughtered together.

    In the morning having awakened, I walked out into the streets, heard the cries, smelled the smoke. This was no nightmare, this was real.

    CelestiaQuesta

    • LOL: Maddaugh
  30. Mr. Grey says:

    Otherwise, they would have abolished slavery in the new federal Constitution

    The federal government in 1787 (or 89?) did abolish slavery in federal territory, the northwest territories, which was the territory west of Pennslyvania and north of the Ohio river. The federal government did not have the power in 1789 to abolish slavery in the states.

    • Replies: @Juvenalis
  31. @Change that Matters

    Pathetic weaklings. This just means they will be allowed to be the last ones to be put into the woke re-education camps. In a weird way though, I have grudging admiration for how skillful the BLM grifters have been.

  32. @Anonymous

    Putting four common words together in a common way seems like a specious claim to originality, especially when one of the words is in a different tense.

    I’ll wager that several people in the history of the English language said “I have/I had a dream” long before either man was born. If you allow for Early Modern English, Shakepeare did it at least twice…

  33. @gotmituns

    Also, blaCk History Month, Juneteenth as a federal holiday, bLack VP, blacK this and that, diversity hires, billions given to bLAck institutions … so at what point is all this worship supposed to result in better behavior and lower crime rates? Shouldn’t there be some kind of rational quid pro quo for all this charade?

    • Replies: @Sick of Orcs
  34. Sepp says:
    @Mefobills

    So would you deny that the Rothschilds were involved with Hamilton in the first bank of the US, and the typical buy back of the Continentals at face value and where they walked away with fabulous profits? This is a typical Hebrew money scam, actually similar in some ways to what happened in London in 1815.

    Washington wrote about the Illuminati already in 1798.

    It is my opinion that the entire “Constitutional Convention” was an illuminati scam. Later events bear this assertion out. The war of 1812, the assassination attempts against Andrew Jackson and his killing of the second bank of the US would be two prime examples of how the US was already lost back then. Of course the civil war is proof that the US had gone off the rails already in 1860.

    I would contend that Jefferson and Washington, as Virginians, did not understand what the Yankees like Franklin and Hamilton were really about, and did not know what had already transpired in the Masonic lodges of New England.

    • Replies: @Mefobills
  35. Mefobills says:
    @Mefobills

    addendum:

    This one clause in the constitution has done great damage:

    To borrow money and emit bills on the credit of the United States.1 When this section was reached in the debates, Gouverneur Morris moved to strike out the clause and emit bills on the credit of the United States

    Bills of credit could have been used to repatriate Negroes as Jefferson and Lincoln wanted. Lincoln most likely would have used Greenbacks, but Lincoln was assassinated by the usual (((suspects))).

    Negroes were brought to the colonies as a usury scam by our (((Friends))) and any privateer scam has to be unraveled with sovereign money and the law.

    So, as long as the Article 1 section 8 mistake is left intact in the Constitution, we are screwed, because our system is not “Kings” money, but instead is privateering market money. The privateers WANT cheap labor, hence the mass immigration.. Privateers want negroes to remain in the U.S.; witness the actions of the (((Kritarchy))) with Marcus Garvey’s black star line. Our friends tied Garvey up in lawsuits so he would not be able repatriate negroes back to Africa.

    A bill of credit can come in the form of a check. It has three parties, the legal authority that issues the bill, and the second party, the receiver. In this case, it would be issued by Treasury, preferably debt free. The receiver would be the Negro who wants to be repatriated to Africa. The third party is an intermediate bank, who discounts the bill (redeems the bill) for cash. Intermediate banks can be in the U.S. and Africa, so the path back to Africa is lined with cash, to then ease the path.

    Debt free money that channels into paying down and eliminating private debts is a net benefit when an economy is debt laden. In other words, paying those negroes who want to leave, is a win -win. The sovereign credit returns to eliminate private debts. The cash that spins out when bill is discounted, goes on to buy goods and services, rather than going into finance. Eventually, the producers of goods and services use that cash to then pay down their private debts.

    But, win-win is impossible as long as the money power is privatized. Statesmanship is the elimination of today’s problems, to improve the future.

    • Replies: @Lurker
  36. JackOH says:

    Would we regard Herr Hitler, Stalin, Pol Pot, Papa Doc Duvalier, Idi Amin, “Emperor” Bokassa, and on and on, as advocates of “civil rights” for their people?

    Well, only by some contorted protean definition of “civil rights”, which would have it that “civil rights” are best achieved by whomping the ever-living daylights out of someone else’s civil rights.

    Why do so many gullible Americans accept uncritically and very foolishly our Black Supremacists just because they’re “fronting” their aims in the language of civil rights advocacy?

    We need a hundred Nicholas Stixes, a hundred Colin Flahertys, a hundred David Dukes (yes), and more to cultivate a robust rhetoric to deal with the awful stuff that’s been happening to very innocent White folks the past half-century.

  37. Maddaugh says:

    MLK fought for this and that and so on. You can give the black man civil rights, equal opportunity, affirmative action and the blessing of the Good Lord BUTT you are wasting your time.

    Take all the money in the world and divide it up so blacks have an equal share like everyone else. It wont matter, in less than a year he will be broke again.

    The Negro thinks there is some magic formula that will raise him up but there is none. Hard work and responsible behaviour will in time see even the person with humble beginnings attain a life of relative comfort.

    However, not the black man. He will sit around at the corner all day, that is his job the way he looks at things. Like a misbehaved child the more you give and the more you try to accommodate and be reasonable the more he wants and the less he has. They just dont get it.

    The Negro is a loser. That is his fate, a fate of his own he has chosen and his plight is of his own making and not the result of the actions of any other race. Even MLK in some of his dialogue has pointed this out…to no avail.

    The black man of today is worth less than his slave ancestors. The slave could build, repair and do all sorts of things. The black of today cant tie his shoe laces or pull up his pants.. He is useless.

    So far, he has gotten away with a host of perks. However, nothing lasts forever. The day will come when welfare, food stamps etc will be unaffordable and these will be cut. What is Blackie going to do then ? Torch his own “hood. Blacks better get their shit wired tight because hard times are ahead and the other races supporting their lazy asses are at the limit of their endurance in regards to their behaviour and parasitic ways.

    • Replies: @anarchyst
    , @Sepp
    , @Meretricious
  38. I believe that absent the political weaponization of black historical resentment, that they would get along just fine with us. Even given lower average IQ, if simply immersed in western culture and education instead of leftist indoctrination, there would be far less black criminality and far more success among them in the u.s. This weaponization of black animosity is by design and continues to escalate. The fact is whites have a target on our backs and if we dont allow for allies of other races, including blacks to side with us against the globalist cabal, we are screwed. They want us out of the way and are manipulating blacks toward that end. I cannot hate someone for being less intelligent and prone to manipulation as many here do. It is those who do the manipulating to further a sinister agenda which deserve your scorn. Im no educated enough on mlk to say much of the man but the famous line about judging someone based on their character is one that should resonate with all good intentioned people.

    • Replies: @Joseph Doaks
  39. Maddaugh says:
    @Sepp

    MLK was a nothing, just a flunky, stooge and gopher for the real powers, who infiltrated his organization with his own Negroes, used them to inform on him and when he had been used and deemed redundant, they tossed him in the recycling bin.

    The fellow was swept off the board like a useless pawn in a chess game lost from Move 1. He should have changed his name from King to Pawn.

    Blacks today are no better off with the new crop of enlightened leaders, Al, Jesse, Louis, Obumma and the BLM elite live in splendour and their flock in misery. Yet, the average black, unable to hold a thought in his empty head for more than a few nano seconds, really believes these grifters have their best interests at heart and pony up their welfare money to listen to their shite.

    There is no fool like a Negro fool. His stupidity is eternal and he glorifies in it.

  40. Mefobills says:
    @Sepp

    So would you deny that the Rothschilds were involved with Hamilton in the first bank of the US, and the typical buy back of the Continentals at face value and where they walked away with fabulous profits?

    Hamilton did run a scam to buy up \$15 million in state debts at below face value using inside knowledge. He did use that as the basis for some of the first bank “assets.” These were certificates held by patriots, and bought up buy speculators for pennies on the dollar.

    Hamilton did want the first bank to be a bank of issue (hypothections) based on the BOE model, rather than a bank of deposit. (Bills of credit can be used as the base for growing a bank of deposit.)

    The lesson is that all money is a function of the law, and is part of the “people’s credit.” Hamilton and Morris were trying to privatize as much as they could of the bank. Hamilton was stuck with the 50% idea though, which is not illuminist – just confused.

    Everything is shades of grey. You cannot dismiss Hamilton’s sinking fund as if it didn’t happen. Nor can you dismiss Hamilton’s report on manufacturers. This was American Credit (not gold or silver) flowing in various sectors. Without this understanding, the Country would have never been formed.

    No way that the illuminists would have been for American Credit flowing in the American economy. They would be cut out of an ownership position of farms and industry.

    I don’t see any evidence in Hamilton’s actions that he was an agent for Rothschilds or Jewry, he was mostly confused early in life, and was partly corrupted

    Also, when the Baring Brothers of London bought the stock of first bank, Hamilton was totally against it. He didn’t want Treasury to lose its 50% ownership position.

    In 1802, the last of the government’s 2,200 shares were sold to Baring Brothers.

    So, Hamilton made the mistake of the 50:50 idea, where privateers were allowed a 50% stock position, and he was greedy with the buying up of war bonds. That doesn’t make him a Jew lackey. Hamilton allowed the Camel to put his nose in the tent.

    Morris, first 1763 tried to start a bank, but couldn’t get overseas financing, then in 1766 was part of a gang that tried to issue private money in Philadelphia, but were blocked by other merchants.
    Then Congress appointed Morris Superintendent of Finance in 1781. Hamilton sent Morris congratulations, and urged him to create a national bank.

    During the revolution, Hamilton proposed a national bank, with a 10 year charter. The bank was to be based on land. This is the same idea that Franklin used in the Philadelphia colony, where new credit was based on plentiful land, rather than fixed stocks of gold.

    Morris became the richest merchant in America through war profits on the revolution. Basically, Morris was constantly trying to have his own private and personal bank, backstopped by the government.

    The other bad actor was John Witherspoon and Judeo Christian Calvinist who wrote the book “Essays on Money” and then published it anonymously. This was to anticipate the Constitutional Convention. He wrote “State Bills are an absurd form of money.” Even though it was state money that won the war.

    In 1811, the first bank’s charter was taken down partly by Jefferson’s influence. The re-charter was turned down by one vote in Congress.

    Upon liquidation it was found that 18,000 of the 25,000 shares were mostly Dutch and English. These were the Dutch and English Jews who predated Rothschild.

    Rothschild is a not the first to the usury game. Our Haibaru friends were running usury scams on their Caravan routes 2000 years before Christ.

    The largest single holder was Stephen Girard, a slave trader.

    • Thanks: Sepp
  41. anarchyst says:
    @Maddaugh

    Let’s look at the differences between African blacks and every other race…
    Europeans and Asians lived in harsh climates where life was (and still is) a struggle. In order to feed one’s self and family, it was necessary to domesticate both plants and animals.
    Preparation for the future was a necessity as there would be “lean” as well as “good” years when it came to animal and plant production. Both Europeans and Asians found ways to use plants and animals to insure their survival.
    Planning for the future was always a part of the European and Asian psyches. Social structures stressing “commonality of race and purpose” and preparing for uncertain futures was always part of the plan.
    Contrast that with blacks on the African continent, where both wildlife and animals were abundant.
    It was not necessary for Africans to establish agriculture or animal husbandry, as both were “there for the taking”.
    Africans cared little for future planning, not being able to develop any inventions, such as the wheel or boat. Among black Africans, there is no quest for exploration beyond searching for food—the next meal.
    Despite being situated on a great ocean, black Africans never pondered what lied beyond…they never wondered “what was on the other side” of the river, stream, lake or ocean.
    Black DNA does not possess the capacity for exploration, future planning, or invention.
    From an engineering and logistical standpoints, African blacks have no concept of proportion. Although blacks are aware of direction–up, down, left and right, they are unable to formulate “how much”, or how far”. These traits are absent in black DNA.
    As to social systems and governments, blacks thrive under the “strongman” dictatorial style of government. One’s status is governed by proximity to the “chief”. The farther one sits from the chief, the lower the social status. What the chief says, goes…no exceptions or appeals.
    In the slave days, chiefs were willing to sell off their miscreants, criminals, other “ne-er-do-wells” and criminals into slavery just to get rid of them. The slave traders did the chiefs a favor by purchasing their “rabble” unlike the recipients (us) who are living with black problems to this very day…
    The “grand experiment” of “civil-rights”, “(forced) integration”, (misperceived) “equality”, and now “equity” (that is still being pushed by globalists and others) is failing as we speak.
    Thomas Jefferson realized over two-hundred years ago that blacks would not be able to co-exist without being treated as the different species that they are. The attempts to equalize and normalize this subhuman species was doomed from the start.

    • Agree: Rich, Maddaugh
  42. Ned kelly says:

    I’m not a conspiracy guy… But it looks more than likely that King was assassinated by the powers that be… Because he was so damn dangerous and was getting off the leash… So bang-bang martyred saint… We’ll write his obituary and last will and testament.
    What can and should take down MLK is #MeToo. According to the secret FBI tapes and Rev. Abernathy he was one out of control Negro.

  43. Sepp says:
    @Maddaugh

    Negroes make decent slaves for Jews. Negroes make great bullets for Jews.

  44. @Freedomstillisntfree

    “I believe that absent the political weaponization of black historical resentment, that they would get along just fine with us.”

    I don’t know about “just fine,” but certainly way better than currently!

  45. Avery says:

    {Thus Jefferson advocated the “colonization” of freed slaves to Africa. And with few exceptions, so did 19th-century abolitionists, including the Great Emancipator himself, Abraham Lincoln.} [NICHOLAS STIX ]

    Quite true: in the beginning.
    But his views changed radically over time.

    In the beginning*:

    [On September 18, 1858 at Charleston, Illinois during his race to the senate with Stephen Douglas Lincoln stated:
    “I will say then that I am not, nor ever have been, in favor of bringing about in any way the social and political equality of the white and black races, that I am not nor ever have been in favor of making voters or jurors of negroes, nor of qualifying them to hold office, nor to intermarry with white people; and I will say in addition to this that there is a physical difference between the white and black races which I believe will forever forbid the two races living together on terms of social and political equality… I say upon this occasion I do not perceive that because the white man is to have the superior position the negro should be denied every thing. “]
    ………
    [From the beginning of his political career, and for most of his life, Lincoln believed that colonization would provide the solution to slavery.]
    …….
    [He created the Bureau of Emigration under the Department of the Interior to oversee the colonization project. Lincoln abandoned the idea of colonization sometime in 1864 because it was an impractical plan. This plan never worked as freedmen did not consider Africa their homeland, they were born and raised in America.]

    ________________________________________________________
    *

  46. Richard B says:
    @Meretricious

    the civic religion that canonized King is rooted in myths, half-truths, and outright lies

    One of the biggest lies, of course, is blaming black failure on white racism.

    I long had the feeling that that lie is told over and over again, like the chattering of an idiot, only less interesting, to conceal two truths.

    1. black multigenerational lust for vengeance and radical ingratitude is fuelled, in large part, by the equally multigenerational kindness and goodness of whites, Right, Left and Center.

    Why? Because to constantly help someone as if they’re helpless is to instruct them that they are incapable of helping themselves. In other words, to give aid, and to give it unconditionally, is the subtlest form of denigration there is. So of course it arouses their indignation. Even if they are in fact helpless. Especially when that aid is given in such an unconditional and even fawning manner.

    But, and here’s the kicker, this kind of “bite the hand that feeds them” hatred of blacks toward fawning whites, who rush to their aid time and time again no matter what, is totally incomprehensible to the morality of such whites.

    It’s as if such whites keep doing it to prove to themselves that they’re not wrong (and their lives haven’t been wasted) and that whoever disagrees with them isn’t right.

    And now we arrive at the second reason.

    2. From MLK to St. George of Floyd, these whites have gone from playing the Redeemer of Mankind to becoming trapped, sunken and degraded into a weird and creepy form of narcissistic imperialism, or imperialistic narcissism. Either way, you get the idea. For the last 50+ years it has moved irresistibly in the direction of undermining the validity of everything it has tried to accomplish.

    In short, nothing has quite failed like their success.

  47. @anon

    Disclaimer, do you get a boner when you utter “nigger” and “kike”?

  48. @Maddaugh

    tarring all blacks as parasitic and useless is counterintuitive: Have you taken an Uber recently?

    • LOL: Maddaugh
    • Replies: @Maddaugh
  49. @gotmituns

    If we’re going to put a black woman on our increasingly worthless fiat money, let it be Aunt Jemima.

    People of all races love pancakes!

  50. This negro puppet didn’t believe anything. He said what his jew handlers told him to say.

  51. Dr. Doom says:

    Michael King was merely a pawn of the Zion Pigs, nothing more.
    He was sacrificed to rile up the dumb blacks, against Whites.

    The real reason Whites are hated is they ENDED slavery.
    A cash cow for the parasitic nose goblins.

    The time is coming for Babylon to Fall.
    There will be no “reset”. This system has no real support.

    When FEDGOV loses World Reserve Currency status, all the checks BOUNCE.
    FEDGOV is now resorting to bribes to get some influence back.

    No Bucks, no fucks given. The System called Babylon DIES.
    “Democracy” always burns down eventually. Replaced by Dictators.

    The Zion Pigs have lost control of the National Will.
    )))They((( killed it with their STUPID “diversity”.

    White Nationalism is an idea whose Time has Come.
    You cannot kill an idea, and 100 million gun owners know it.

  52. GeneralRipper [AKA "Aytch"] says:

    King was a typical Marxist indoctrinated, silver-tongued, whore-mongering, woman beating negro male.

    His Jewish handlers sure did pick a plum.

  53. Biden mumbles about the first major black Wall Street massacre and says Floyd’s death had a greater worldwide impact than Martin Luther King, Jr’s assassination. Thinks millions of people around the world are marching because of Floyd’s death.

  54. GeneralRipper [AKA "Aytch"] says:

    All you really need to know about the condition of the place still euphemistically known as “The United States of America”, can be summed up in these two photos:

    Paragon/Saint

    Traitor/Villain

    • Replies: @Mevashir
  55. Mevashir says:

    My first experience with Martin Luther King was April 3, 1968, the day before his murder when he delivered his famous “I’ve been to the mountaintop” speech for the strikers in Memphis. I was just a Jewish kid in Long Island and I knew nothing. But I still remember what the radio announcer said: “After Dr. King gave his speech and rode off in his car, his followers rioted.”

    I have a dream. In my dream, MLK Day is repealed, whites are re-enfranchised, and the monstrous MLK statue in our nation’s capital is toppled.

    As long as you are a Jew with presumably allegiance to IsraHell, your feigned desire that “whites are re-enfranchised” is pure shtick for the gullible goyim.

  56. Maddaugh says:
    @Meretricious

    tarring all blacks as parasitic and useless is counterintuitive: Have you taken an Uber recently?

    No Bruddah ! In winter I drives a Toyota n in summa eye gets out da BMW Muffuga.

    If Maddaugh did not have a car he would NEVER get into any taxi with a black driver. I leave that to a dub like you.

    Your comment is absolutely stupid. 8% of Uber drivers are black. What you are suggesting is that they are representative of the race in general ? Blacks are the biggest draws on welfare, food stamps, housing, drug programs, metal institutions and jail.

    Before you make a comment THINK. We have a few assholes here on UR, dont add yourself to the list.

  57. Mevashir says:
    @GeneralRipper

    Didn’t REL reject Lincoln’s offer to be commander of the Union Forces? So why is representative of the “lost USA”?

  58. KenH says:

    The so called civil rights movement was communist inspired and was intended to destabilize the United States which it has done in spades. It also intended to mongrelize the white population which is ongoing. Forced integration has created more racial tension than before 1965 and the U.S. is always on the verge of race riots if a white police officer enforces the law against a black criminal or a jury doesn’t deliver the right verdict.

    Conservatives used to oppose racial integration but today that would get one drummed out of the Republican party. A lot of Democrats and Republicans opposed the MLK holiday due to his well known communist affiliations and sexual perversions but “conservative” Reagan eventually signed it anyway. But today no conservative dares to throw shade on Martin Lucifer Kang’s reputation and legacy and even last night Tucker Carlson cucked and said that MLK was a “legitimate civil rights leader”. Gag me.

    MLK’s speeches were designed to appeal to white sentimentality and sense of fairness and it worked on people in the North who had little experience with blacks due to a lot of de facto segregation. People in the south weren’t so easily hoodwinked. Heavily slanted press coverage courtesy of the Jewish owned media played a large part in the success of the civil rights movement.

    MLK’s own biographer admitted that MLK privately described himself as a Marxist.
    https://www.thestandardsc.org/don-boys/was-mlk-a-communist/

    There’s a reason why the release of MLK’s FBI file keeps getting delayed because he was a fraud and his file would expose him as such. His statues should be torn down and his holiday repealed.

    • Agree: Stones
  59. Stones says:

    That slavery as practiced by the plantation south was violent, cruel and inhumane seems to be accepted across most of the political spectrum. This is the picture that the Jewish mainstream media and academia has promoted incessantly for a century. But is this picture accurate?

    I have read two separate accounts in the past that seem to indicate otherwise.

    1. A full research article in the Scientific America of many decades ago. It used a combination of archeological digging as well as existing detailed records of a southern plantation. They found that slave families lead rather ordinary lives, Dad, Mom and the Kids in modest houses. There was even plentiful evidence that they possessed small rifles to supplement their ration with small game. So, intact families then. More than the modern approach can do.

    2. Archive transcripts. Eleanor Roosevelt, commie wife of FDR commissioned the recording of a number of then quite old former slaves in the 1930’s (to give testimony to their terrible lives as slaves, I suppose). But nearly all spoke of their love for Missy an’ Massa, some expressing hope that they would be together again in heaven soon. They spoke of being cared for and worry free.

    These documents show a much more benign aspect of slavery. I am sure there is a good deal of additional factual info stowed out of sight which can be used to reduce white guilt and temper black hatred. But where to look? If more temperate and factual information is available, people could hopefully avoid being suckered in by MSM to deify frauds like MLK.

    • Replies: @Robert Dolan
  60. anonymous[155] • Disclaimer says:
    @Meretricious

    No one in the MSM will ever debate MLK most darker perversions..BUT Blacks and so called RACISM wil;l never end because it has become a CASH\$\$\$ COW for JEWS lioke BLM/ANTIFA/ACLU/SPLC etc..Blacks dont get it WHITES are declining in numebrs and power…ONe day blacks will wake up and find the,selves under NEW masters a Mexican Olygarchy.

  61. Uncle Sam says:

    America is headed for a bloody race war and it will happen before the middle of the current century. Whites will suffer but Blacks will suffer far worse.

    The last 60 years has shown that far too many Blacks cannot live in a technologically advanced civilization such as we have here in America. They lack the genetic makeup to prosper and thrive in such a civilization.

    That makes Martin Luther King out to be a total fraud and phony.

    • Replies: @JR Foley
  62. USA1943 says:

    If Politicians really BELIEVE All Men are Created Equal, why not get rid of Affirmative Action, Quotas, Set Asides etc, why not get rid of them, and let everything be based on Merit? Any President could do that with a stroke of the pen. Since it was an Executive Order, any Future President can get rid of it in seconds.

  63. If we are so foolish as to allows Blacks in White societies, they must at least be contained and closely monitored by the authorities. Like little children (albeit dangerous ones!), they must be constantly watched and swiftly disciplined if needed. They only respect force and dominance. The vast majority of Blacks cannot be reasoned with.

    Due to their strong criminal proclivities and dysfunctional natures, Blacks must not be allowed the same rights as Whites. To do otherwise, is to invite the sort of social and racial problems we experience daily in the U.S. Giving an irresponsible and low-IQ race of people rights that they can use against Whites is downright stupid. Unless one wants every American city to look like Detroit, Oakland, or South Chicago, the best thing we can do short of deporting them to the African continent is bar them from taking root in our neighborhoods, communities, and especially in playing any role in the affairs of our nation.

    This is hard for many Whites to understand because they’ve been so badly propagandized and demoralized. What they need in order to wake up from their multicultural bubbles is to see and experience Dindus up-close and personal. They must see for themselves how these primitive knuckle-draggers conduct their lives, how they speak and treat each other, the level of violence that is totally acceptable to them, and witness just how dumb they really are. In many cases, a couple of Dindu beatdowns may do the job of waking racially naive Whites up. But then again, there are no guarantees because the deception runs so deep among Whites.

    • Thanks: anarchyst
  64. AndrewR says:

    As much as I would like to celebrate James Earl Ray, if MLK were still alive today then the country would be better off. Conservatives would know that he was no better than Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton. Fortunately his kids are doing a great job of proving what an evil POS he was.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/BerniceKing/status/1299340664409395202

  65. JR Foley says:
    @Meretricious

    Appears Whitey has a problem. They are and were lazy as hell and needed cotton picked. So they did as England did –import Blacks to pick cotton but the Black from Day 1 was never a human–never equal—there fixed your problem. Quite a flocking mess–but you made it year by year and now deny it. Your prognosis looks fractured — big time.

    • Replies: @Rich
  66. JR Foley says:
    @Uncle Sam

    First Whitey is needed in Ukraine —to fight Russia remember ???

  67. @Sepp

    Jews use blacks as bullets against whites, and Stix is covering up the source of the gunfire from the rest of us.

    Fortunately his readers already know what that source is. Whatever the other merits of the article (and it’s a very good, fact-filled one), no one expects him (or any other professional editorialist, Jew or Goy) to actually name the wizard behind the curtain. That’s just suicidal on so many levels as to be unthinkable.

  68. @Stones

    Slavery in America was the BEST thing that ever happened to africans.

  69. @Sepp

    Mike King

    Yup. His birth name.

    Take away his ill-gotten academic credentials and strip this confessed apostate of his phony ecclesiastical title, and all you’ve got is Mr. Michael King, professional panhandler, liar, rapist-philanderer, anarcho-nihilist, and con artist extraordinaire. While he certainly is the perfect representative of his racial demographic group, there’s not even a remotely justifiable reason for anyone else in America to celebrate him, or even remember him for anything laudatory.

    • Replies: @nokangaroos
  70. @nokangaroos

    What I do not quite get is this glorification of “colonization”;
    just like Cinque of Amistad fame had no more pressing agenda
    upon being set free than becoming a slave trader himself, the history
    of Liberia has been an unmitigated disaster.

    I don’t believe anyone is under any delusions that American niggroes will do anything productive as “colonists,” nor will they add any value to whatever unfortunate land is chosen as the dumping ground for them (indeed, they’re almost certain to degrade it even further than it probably already has been degraded). Nor do niggroes themselves care about “being productive” or “adding value.” Those concepts are as alien to them as using a urinal is to a dog.

    No, the one and only reason anyone has ever advocated colonization of American niggroes is to remove their verminous, useless, parasitic presence once and for all time. Only a miniscule segment of White America ever wanted them here in the first place (and I hope that this “miniscule segment” is burning in Hell for what they inflicted upon their country and their own posterity).

    As for Liberia, it has always been a sh!+ hole and will continue to be one no matter who inhabits it or how many (or few) inhabit it. The Americo-Liberians have always whined about how outnumbered they are by the indigenous tribes (a.k.a. “niggers’ niggers”), so let’s boost their number by 41 million so that they’ll stop their bellyaching. What they do with the new arrivals should be the last thing any White American cares about.

  71. JackOH says:

    We really need a deft wordsmith to encapsulate Nicholas’s (and Colin’s, et. al.) writings into an identifiable genre, maybe through some sort of manifesto.

    A specter is haunting America, the specter of a New Liberation from the chains that bind us to a false guilt of a buried past . . . . I know, cheesy copybook stuff, but I wanted to suggest the idea.

    American slavery’s been dead since 1865. European fascism bit the dust 80 years later. Why are our rhetoric and our politics enslaved to the idea that both institutions would pop right up again if it weren’t for our “liberal democracies” and corporate masters keeping a tight lid on things through laws that are damned near as censorious and racist as those previous institutions’ laws were?

  72. @mocissepvis

    Erm, no 😀
    Mike King, the historian (no relation).

  73. @Mike_from_SGV

    Shouldn’t there be some kind of rational quid pro quo for all this charade?

    The benefit is to Noseberg. By weaponizing orcs and shackling them to White progress, fewer folks notice Chosenite treachery within host nations. The schvartzes have been a real (ba) boon and plenty of shabbos goy traitorwhites are in on the fix.

    • Agree: Che Guava
    • Replies: @Che Guava
  74. Rich says:
    @JR Foley

    1.4% of Americans owned slaves in 1860. 1.4% and that was before the massive immigration that followed the War Between the States. Does that tiny number have any bearing on anything 162 years later? When my immigrant grandfather got off the boat in NY they told him, “Get a job or go hungry”. “Find shelter, or freeze.” No one handed him anything. He had to work and work hard. And so did all the other immigrants and the pioneers who cleared a forest and fought savage Indians. Life is hard sometimes.

    • Replies: @JR Foley
  75. Che Guava says:

    I was just a Jewish kid in Long Island

    Well, that’s just so cute. So, if you had been around in the nineteen-sixties, you would have been one of those ‘Freedom Riders’ doing bullshit for your co-ethnics who were behind MLK.

    I am fascinated by reading U.S.A. history since roughly 1840s.

    Michael King was a really creepy man, they have this weird seal on govt. records on him until 2050 or some time after then. I would bet that they are never released in full. He was a truly disgusting man, on many points, I am sorry for U.S. citizens to have a Holy Day devoted to that arsehole, I only have one direct U.S.A. friend right now, black, and he despises King.

    2007, 2008 and the Obama connection was funny. All of the big bookshops in Tokyo were pushing ‘learn English with Obama’ books with CDs.

    This may have been part of a bigger Democrat NED operation.

    After hearing the shop ads a few times, I realised that Obama must have spent many hours copying, or, him being pretty stupid, being coached in King’s hideous and guilt-ridden vocal style.

    Should be LOL, but it worked. AFAIR, Obama stopped that right after the campaign.

  76. Juvenalis says:
    @Mr. Grey

    The federal government in 1787 (or 89?) did abolish slavery in federal territory

    Slavery existed in U.S. Federal territory until Congress passed—against Abraham Lincoln’s wishes—the Act of April 16, 1862, i.e. the District of Columbia Compensated Emancipation Act (Pub. L. 37–54, 12 Stat. 376) which committed the U.S. Federal Union government to pay D.C. slaveowners to buy and free their slaves (albeit at far below market prices), appropriating \$1 million (≈\$30 million in 2020) of U.S. taxpayer money to cover this cost.

    The 1862 Act also appropriated an additional \$100,000 (≈\$3 million in 2020) to encourage emigration and colonization of D.C.’s black freedmen by paying up to \$100 each to emigrate to Haiti or Liberia.

    • Replies: @Mr. Grey
  77. Mr. Grey says:
    @Juvenalis

    You clipped a fragment of my comment to distort my point. I was refering to the Northwest Ordinance of 1787 abolishing slavery in the Ohio territory, etc. I said nothing about slavery being abolished in all federal territory. As far as slavery in the District of Columbia, trying to abolish slavery in what had recently been part of Maryland and Virginia would have been resisted by the slave states.

  78. JR Foley says:
    @Rich

    Good point Rich—I agree. Now let us again study the Math —1% controlling the show. Now see–nothing has changed. Likewise –many arrived here with nothing more than shirts on their backs and no one handed them anything—and English was NOT their first language but they succeeded. My main complaint in USA is we are TOO easy on DC –they are OUR enemy—

  79. Che Guava says:
    @Sick of Orcs

    I will add to agreeing that my one U.S.A. friend of now used the slang J-woke on me, I took a few seconds to understand that he meant Jews.

    He also says ‘jews just use black people as puppets in their games in the U.S.’
    Not an exact quote, that was more expansive, but an accurate precis.

    • Thanks: Sick of Orcs
  80. People are missing the point of Democratic “altruism” towards the black community. They are purchasing their votes-not to win elections-but to stop them voting for the Republicans.

  81. Cotton didn’t become a major cash crop until after 1815; seven years after the importation of African slaves was banned by the Constitution.

    Tobacco, indigo and sugar cane were the major users of slaves in colonial times.

  82. Lurker says:
    @Mefobills

    Statesmanship is the elimination of today’s problems, to improve the future.

    Yes!

  83. The real error America made was to take Martin Luther King seriously. He was leading a communist assault against America with one aim of dividing blacks from whites and another objective of splitting the white community into liberals and anti-liberals. Really worked a treat, didn’t it, now?

  84. Ever since the Civil Rights movement began; the consensus on what it means to be an American has broken down. The system cannot preserve itself because of this. Too much infighting.

  85. Or in other words, the Democrats cannot clean up the mess they’ve made and they won’t allow anyone else to do it either. Bye, bye, United States.

  86. What will it take for white Americans to realise collectively that their ancestors were suckered by the Civil Rights Movement? The sad thing is that the creators of this mess are mostly dead, and thus, don’t have to live with the consequences of their complacent decisions.

    • Replies: @JackOH
  87. JackOH says:
    @kerdasi amaq

    What will it take for white Americans to realise collectively that their ancestors were suckered by the Civil Rights Movement?

    kerdasi amaq, you’ve nailed it. I’m in my late 60s, so I don’t have to look to ancestors to recognize my own “suckered-ness”. In the early 1960s, I’d invite Black childhood friends to my house. After about 1967 or thereabouts, not at all. “Civil rights” had empowered Blacks’ anti-White hatred. I was horrified. Still am.

  88. What King might or might not have believed has become a matter of indifference to me.

  89. eah says:

    My first experience with Martin Luther King was April 3, 1968, the day before his murder when he delivered his famous “I’ve been to the mountaintop” speech for the strikers in Memphis. I was just a Jewish kid in Long Island and I knew nothing. But I still remember what the radio announcer said: “After Dr. King gave his speech and rode off in his car, his followers rioted.”

    I wonder how many people bother to follow the embedded links in articles like this?

    Note the text block excerpted above mentions King’s ‘I’ve been to the mountaintop’ speech, and implies, if not directly states, that rioting occurred after this speech: ‘After Dr. King gave his speech and rode off in his car, his followers rioted’ — I assume ‘his speech’ refers to the ‘I’ve been to the mountaintop’ speech — there’s no other way to interpret this passage.

    This is the link for ‘his followers rioted‘:

    Beale Street, Violence, and the 1968 Sanitation Workers Strike

    The linked article makes clear there was violence (rioting and looting) during the sanitation workers strike in Memphis — in fact, King appeared earlier in Memphis, on March 28, 1968, when he participated in a march in support of these striking workers, and violence did follow this march — the National Guard was deployed to Memphis after these riots.

    The strike and earlier violence were no doubt the reasons for King’s later appearance and ‘I’ve been to the mountaintop’ speech in Memphis on April 3 — but nowhere in the article does it say there was rioting after King’s speech on April 3.

    King was assassinated in Memphis the next day, April 4, and there was rioting after his death — but that is something different.

    ?

    A correction really ought to be appended to this article to clarify that there was rioting in Memphis after King participated in an event there in support of striking workers on March 28, but not immediately after his ‘I’ve been to the mountaintop’ speech on April 3.

    I assume there was violence in Memphis after King was assassinated on April 4, but a Wikipedia article on riots after the assassination does not feature Memphis (King assassination riots).

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