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Since: Aug 12

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#22 Feb 6, 2013
lighteredknot wrote:
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You tell us why they are blocked. I can only assume the federal government doesn't want the truth written by Ralph Abernathy to be known about him stealing SCLC funds to pay for his white whores and booze. Have you read his book, "And the Walls Came Tumbling Down"? If a man will do this to his people there is no telling what he will do to his country. His entire family proved how money driven they were.
That's my whole point. It was plenty of people, goverment officials, politicians ext.. That opposed everything he was doing. However, those are the same people that block the truth from coming out?????? That's not making sense sir. You are the one that's so sure that this information you spilling out is true, that's why I asked you. To answer your question I can not think of one reason why they would "block" so call records. Well maybe one. They were all false and whoever "they" are didn't want to get sued for defamation. You people are so naive it's amazing. I guess they let this man get a Phd under a false name..... Wait explain this one to me. If they had all this dirt, if his character was so bad, if his name was micheal, why did he win a Nobel peace under the name Martin Luther King Jr??!!!!

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#23 Feb 6, 2013
Kdre wrote:
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That's my whole point. It was plenty of people, goverment officials, politicians ext.. That opposed everything he was doing. However, those are the same people that block the truth from coming out?????? That's not making sense sir. You are the one that's so sure that this information you spilling out is true, that's why I asked you. To answer your question I can not think of one reason why they would "block" so call records. Well maybe one. They were all false and whoever "they" are didn't want to get sued for defamation. You people are so naive it's amazing. I guess they let this man get a Phd under a false name..... Wait explain this one to me. If they had all this dirt, if his character was so bad, if his name was micheal, why did he win a Nobel peace under the name Martin Luther King Jr??!!!!
Don't hold the Nobel Peace prize up as being so noble. Don't forget this organization gave obama the same award for doing absolutely nothing but getting elected. I really believe the truth about MLK has been so distorted they don't want to destroy the image of the guy the blacks have chosen to worship. I could be worse than this, that's why I asked you. I gave you info about MLK that one of the guys who was with him wrote, so don't attack me. I always tell the truth and search for the truth because I understand the truth shall set you free.
Smarter Than You

Dallas, GA

#25 Feb 6, 2013
Ms Manners wrote:
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Some guy writes a book and that's your "truth"?
What a joker.
Are you sure you're not a government school attendee?

Since: Aug 12

Duluth, GA

#26 Feb 6, 2013
lighteredknot wrote:
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Don't hold the Nobel Peace prize up as being so noble. Don't forget this organization gave obama the same award for doing absolutely nothing but getting elected. I really believe the truth about MLK has been so distorted they don't want to destroy the image of the guy the blacks have chosen to worship. I could be worse than this, that's why I asked you. I gave you info about MLK that one of the guys who was with him wrote, so don't attack me. I always tell the truth and search for the truth because I understand the truth shall set you free.
Your comprehension is limited. You keep talking about in today's times..... I ask you why when all of this was going on before he got all the recognition, while he was changing America ext why didn't one supremacist, opposers, or envious individual come out and destroy his credibility, if any of this is true? It easy for anybody to write a book after somebody is dead and say what they want. You actually are pathetic to just believe what one man wrote about another.
S3cond point what does Obama have to do with anything I said. You are so ignorant you go to far lengths to try to throw the president under the bus. When I refered to the Nobel prize I was making the point of why would they give a world recognized award to Martin Luther King Jr if his legal name was Micheal like the so call article states?

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#27 Feb 7, 2013
Kdre wrote:
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Your comprehension is limited. You keep talking about in today's times..... I ask you why when all of this was going on before he got all the recognition, while he was changing America ext why didn't one supremacist, opposers, or envious individual come out and destroy his credibility, if any of this is true? It easy for anybody to write a book after somebody is dead and say what they want. You actually are pathetic to just believe what one man wrote about another.
S3cond point what does Obama have to do with anything I said. You are so ignorant you go to far lengths to try to throw the president under the bus. When I refered to the Nobel prize I was making the point of why would they give a world recognized award to Martin Luther King Jr if his legal name was Micheal like the so call article states?
bE azden fra danit wEtneR tOo thznTnE.

Since: Jan 10

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#28 Feb 7, 2013
Kdre wrote:
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Your comprehension is limited. You keep talking about in today's times..... I ask you why when all of this was going on before he got all the recognition, while he was changing America ext why didn't one supremacist, opposers, or envious individual come out and destroy his credibility, if any of this is true? It easy for anybody to write a book after somebody is dead and say what they want. You actually are pathetic to just believe what one man wrote about another.
S3cond point what does Obama have to do with anything I said. You are so ignorant you go to far lengths to try to throw the president under the bus. When I refered to the Nobel prize I was making the point of why would they give a world recognized award to Martin Luther King Jr if his legal name was Micheal like the so call article states?
You still have the freedom to express yourself and label others with malevolent labels because their writings furnish proof which distorts your convoluted beliefs. Your loss of credibility on this forum causes us to question what you say with out proof rather than believe it. Why does the words of someone who was with MLK disturb you so intensely? The truth written by Dr. Ralph Abernathy overrides time, believe it or not. The multiplicity of lies told by the current occupier of the WH are reason enough for his loss of credibility. Don't know anything about obama receiving an injury from a bus. Bless your little heart.

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#30 Feb 7, 2013
Smarter than crackers wrote:
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"and label others with malevolent labels"
That's what you're best at. So am I, you racist, ignorant, in-bred piece of hillbilly crap.
Well, well, well. If it isnít Ms. Manners, Mr. Sunshine, Sofa King Cool and a multitude of others who reside inside of the schizophrenia ravaged cranium of Icouldusesomehel p. Itís probably a little disheartening for his tax payer supplied psychologist to see that the gender confusion issue has once again jumped to the head of the line, coincidental with the genesis of Ms. Manners. Poor little doughboy, destined to remain the laughing stock of topix to the end of time, tilting wildly at his phantom, paranoia induced racists like an anachronistic buffoon.

Since: Oct 12

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#32 Feb 7, 2013
Correction. Doughy is a dead ringer for Junior Samples except for the fact that Junior Samples doesn't have a mullet.
sonja

Santa Rosa Beach, FL

#33 Jan 19, 2015
Extreme Tube wrote:
LMAO at you all. Grob Hahn, when is your next xxx internet show? At least MLK wasn't queer such as yourself. rotflmao
an assinie reply, extreme lube job...( ya need one)
WHISKEY

Houston, TX

#34 Jan 19, 2015
lighteredknot wrote:
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You tell us why they are blocked. I can only assume the federal government doesn't want the truth written by Ralph Abernathy to be known about him stealing SCLC funds to pay for his white whores and booze. Have you read his book, "And the Walls Came Tumbling Down"? If a man will do this to his people there is no telling what he will do to his country. His entire family proved how money driven they were.
lighteredknot every thing you posted was spot on i lived through all his crap good read man
OrdainedTrannyMi nister

Decatur, GA

#35 Jan 23, 2015
I just had to read the AMAZON reviews of "And the Walls Came Tumbling Down" which was written by MICHAEL KING'S RIGHT HAND MAN Ralph David Abernathy (Author): REWIEW$: Ralph Abernathy wrote his life's story warts and all. He also spoke honestly about his dear friend, Doc and his private life. Doc was Martin Luther King Jr. and a lot of people reacted almost violently to the revelations in the book. Abernathy was called a traitor, a Judas and an Uncle Tom. He was also accused of being senile or insane with jealousy of Dr. King's memory. Sadly, with all the name calling people forgot or ignored the fact that it's a good autobiography and a valuable edition to the historical record of the Civil Rights movement..........NWYBLTB writes: When this first came out around 1990, stupid rumors abounded that Dr.King's right-hand-man and surrogate brother had written a sleazy text about Dr. King's sex life. This bunch of hogwash and the cruel responses by people who beleived the hype drove Dr. Abernathy to his grave! This is actually a very good book filled with interesting anecdotes about Dr. Abernathy's years as a soldier in the Civil Rights movement. However, he pulls no punches regarding the infighting that destroyed what was left of the movement after Dr. King's death. This is an important historical memoir by one who was certainly there..........Bob Hoskins says: Ralph David Abernathy is the lesser known architect and protagonist of the Civil Rights movement of the 60's. Martin Luther King's right hand man and successor after King's death, Abernathy was at the front of all the civil right's battles and victories.
This is a thick book, some 620 pages. The book details all the civil rights battles of the 60's including Montgomery, Atlanta, Albany, Birmingham, Selma, Chicago and more. Going into each crusade for equal rights for blacks the policy was always none violence. In the face of overwhelming odds from local police forces with water canons, night sticks and dogs, the marchers were taught to kneel and pray and, to offer no resistance to arrest. If one march didn't work, their numbers would swell and they would march again. Amazing resolve.
The Jim Crow segregation laws that plagued the Southern States eventually started the movement in all earnest after the Rosa Parks incident on a Montgomery, AL bus. Though hers was not the first such incident, hers is the most remembered. Abernathy, deeply religious formed the Civil rights movement along with a very charismatic individual named Martin Luther King and, along with thinking alike, they both were willing to put themselves in danger both physically and institutionally to bring attention and affect change for America's black population.
Such a fantastic story of struggle and total devotion to human rights that, sadly, aren't repeated too often today. Each crusade brought a new strategy but, none violence was always paramount. As the years rolled on, new blood coming into the movement wanted to use violence but Abernathy and King held firm.
Abernathy details the day of King's assassination and later devotes a whole chapter to Martin Luther King, the man, his character and his life. More than once, King had prophecies of own death at the hands of people who hated him. Such prophecies made him physically ill with worry yet, he kept on.
Interest initially was propelled by vivid images of black people being hosed down with water canons, beaten with night sticks and having snarling attack dogs in their faces. This bought world attention, concern, support and funding from private sources that helped keep the movement alive. Sadly, the press, the country, the world lost interest in the struggle and the movement all but dissipated.
The book is very well written. The chapters are detailed and flow very well. Abernathy is smart and articulate and, you sense, a decent man.
It's great history and worthy of your time....

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