Martin Luther King Jr.’s Letter from Birmingham Jail

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  1. “When one of the women shied away from engaging in an unnatural act, King and several of the men discussed how she was to be taught and initiated in this respect. King told her that to perform such an act would ‘help your soul,'” The [London] Times quoted the memo as saying.

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    According to The Times, the memo says King called a friend to “get your damned ass down here because I have a beautiful white broad here.”

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    The memo says King said he launched the “International Association for the Advancement of Pussy Eaters,” according to Garrow.

    The time to retire the Idol known as Martin Luther King, Jr. has come.

  2. John Tokalenko on January 20, 2020 – I assume you read the entire letter written by Martin Luther King Jr. . The FBI report from 2019 is a report that I haven’t had the time to read or research, but by your quotes I assume you have.
    I don’t need proof or criticism of Martin Luther King Jr.’s behavior as is stated by the London Times report or the FBI’s report. I believe all men, women and children of all colors, faith, sexual preference and voting preference are created equal. I believe we all support what we believe. I believe that your statement to retire the “idol” known to you as Martin Luther king is your opinion. So retire him.
    I don’t agree with your opinion… whether the article is true or not isn’t my concern.
    What Martin Luther King Day represents to me is supporting his strength and in supporting our right to protest, to disagree with what we see is erronious, and to support that which we believe is truth. I believe – you have the right to your opinion. I believe I have the right to mine.
    I believe their is one race, the human race. I believe that if you follow your heart and soul, you have reached atonement. I believe if you preach peace you shoul walk the walk and not just talk the talk. If you believe you can be a judge… so be it.
    I don’t judge… I try to walk the walk that I believe. No one is perfect, nor is one person above another. Walk a mile in someone else’s shoes and see the world thru the eyes of others fits my beliefs. Walk with peace and you attract peace. Walk with fear, anger or any other negative approach and you attract that too.
    I believe in one race… the human race… bottom line.

    • ” I don’t agree with your opinion… whether the article is true or not isn’t my concern.”

      Which is exactly why he is an idol. Yours. Facts don’t matter in such a religion.

      King sat by as an associate raped a women…King laughed. I could source that claim, too, but as you said, you don’t care whether it’s true or not, you already know who “deserves” your blind devotion.

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