Black People : Zionists Cite Martin Luther King Jr. to Justify Their Occupation of Palestine...

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  1. ShemsiEnTehuti

    ShemsiEnTehuti Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Are the Jews way out of line doing this, or is it appropriate given MLK actually wrote these things about Israel?

    What do you think of MLK's position on Israel? Was it substantial, or is it coonery indicative of a mentally-enslaved Christian "Negro"?



     
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    The jews contributed to the civil right movement;hence, Dr king's support for them would have being appropriate at that time.That was back then, the jews nowadays don't care about the plight of black people,therefore it is inappropriate for them to use this statement....i guess you have to do what you have to do when it comes to your people right?
     
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    The European Jews are not out of line in their quotation since Dr. King was basically a Christian, and to most Christians the people of the Book--Hebrews, Israelites, and Jews--are all sacred, untouchable, holy and pure. So it is perfectly reasonable for the good brother to have expressed such lofty and pristine statements about such a barbaric, but typically European country.

    From my perspective Dr. King's position was no more or less substantial than other Black Christians views on the State of Israel. Additionally I will go as far to claim that there was nothing considerably coon-like or negro-like of Dr. King. Certainly we can say he was misguided through his religious principles, but without a doubt he was no sellout or traitor to our people. The good brother's problem was that he loved people more than he loved himself and those people loved him, thus his idealized interpretation of Christian morals is what caused him to express such praise, not being a sell-out.
     
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    ShemsiEnTehuti Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Not calling King a sellout, but we shouldn't overlook the fact that in this video, words are cited from him that supports the creation and sustaining the State of Israel. However, he couldn't get on those lines about the independence and self-sufficiency of his own people in America like Marcus Mosiah Garvey, Malcolm X, and other "Black Nationalists".
     
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    Zionists had no right to quote MLK Jr. for there excuse to murder innocent palestinians at all...they make it out like them khazars had it worst than the indians here in america, our kemetic/cush/ham ancestors and the mexicans all combined and the white people side with them....but dont let it get it twisted...these jews are not the historical nor the bibilical jews....they khazarians and edomites from the caucausus mountains...the real jews were black and lived in the region we call ethiopia
     
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