"Then Jack told me of a tape that the FBI had on Martin Luther King
when he was here for the freedom march --
how he was calling up all these girls and arranging for a party of men and women,
I mean, sort of an orgy in the hotel, and everything....
Since then, Bobby's told me of the tapes of these orgies they have
and how Martin Luther King made fun of Jack's funeral."

KING, NOT KENNEDY, AN ADULTERER

"I mean, Martin Luther King is really a tricky person.
I just can't see a picture of him
without thinking, you know, that man's terrible."

Jacqueline Kennedy expressed those words of disdain for Martin Luther King 48 years ago -- in March 1964 -- in tape-recorded interviews she gave to presidential historian Arthur Schlesinger.

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It should be obvious, to discerning readers, that JFK and Jackie's disgust at King's amoral, adulterous conduct is proof that they themselves were innocent of such conduct -- neither participating in nor casting a blind eye as has been lyingly alleged by the hired-pen character assassins writing Orwellian prolefeed for the Ministry of Truth all these years.

King's "I have a dream" speech at the Washington Mall -- and his sex orgy at the hotel after leaving JFK's Oval Office -- took place in August 1963 just three months before King laughed at JFK's funeral.

It was Kennedy, not King, who gave the black man in America equality for once and for all -- after every president since Lincoln had done nothing -- and it's Kennedy, not King, who should be recognized for fulfilling King's dream for black Americans.

It's Orwellian blackwhite doublethink that there's a statue of King on the National Mall (his only claim to fame being a speech he made there 48 years ago) and yet there's no statue there of JFK -- the world renowned beloved leader of the Free World.

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And, adding insult to injury, the massive statue of King -- ten feet taller than the statues of Great Emancipator Lincoln and Founding Father Jefferson -- wasn't even carved in America by an American -- black or white -- but by a Chinese sculptor in Red China.

JFK spoke out strongly against Communist China all through his political career -- one of his most powerful speeches when he was a recently elected Representative from Massachusetts in 1949, fresh back from the war and wanting an investigation into why the USA government helped the Communists come to power in China.

JOHN F KENNEDY ON THE LOSS OF CHINA
speech in Salem, Massachusetts, January 30, 1949

"Over these past few days we have learned the extent of the disasters befalling China and the United States. Our relationship with China since the end of the Second World War has been a tragic one, and it is of the utmost importance that we search out and spotlight those who must bear the responsibility for our present predicament....In 1944 General "Vinegar Joe" Stilwell presented a plan to arm 1,000,000 Chinese Communists, who had been carefully building their resources in preparation for a post-war seizure of power, and with them to capture Shanghai and clear the Yangtze. This plan was supported by some State Department officials, including Ambassador Clarence Gauss. Chiang Kai-shek refused to cooperate with this plan, which would have presented the Chinese Communists with an easy coup. Chiang requested that Stilwell be recalled, which caused such bitter comment in this country; and Gauss resigned. From this date our relations with the National Government declined. At the Yalta Conference in 1945 a sick Roosevelt, with the advice of General Marshall and other Chiefs of Staff, gave the Kurile Islands as well as the control of various strategic Chinese ports, such as Port Arthur and Dairen, to the Soviet Union. According to former Ambassador Bullitt, in Life magazine in 1948, "Whatever share of the responsibility was Roosevelt's and whatever share was Marshall's, the vital interest of the United States in the independent integrity of China was sacrificed, and the foundation was laid for the present tragic situation in the Far East....

Fourteen years later JFK was still speaking out against Communist China -- this time on national television during his last press conference given one week before he died in Dallas.

PRESIDENT KENNEDY'S 64th PRESS CONFERENCE
November 14, 1963
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Question: Mr Kennedy, what are the pre-requisites or conditions for resumption of some form of trade with Red China?

JFK Answer: We're not planning to trade with Red China in view of the policy that Red China pursues. When the Red Chinese indicate a desire to live at peace with the United States and other countries surrounding it, then quite obviously the United States would re-appraise its policy. We're not wedded to a policy of hostility to Red China. It seems to me Red China's policies are what create the tension between -- not only the United States and Red China -- but between Red China and India; between Red China and her immediate neighbour to the south -- and even between Red China and other Communist countries..."

And Communist China was the ONLY major nation on the planet that sent no words of condolence to the USA upon news of JFK's death. See the following scans of my copy of Canadian newspaper coverage on Saturday, November 23rd, 1963:

THERE HATH PASSED AWAY A GLORY FROM THE EARTH
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Canadians, with all the world, share the shock and grief inflicted
by the Tragic Death of a Great Statesman and a Great Hero...
JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY
PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

TEXT OF ADDRESS OF PRIME MINISTER PEARSON OF CANADA
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HE WAS A MAN OF COURAGE IN WAR AND IN PEACE

"...The world can ill afford his loss. That loss through assassination is one of the great tragedies of history. But for us, now, it is something more. It is a great heart-breaking personal tragedy. And there are millions of people tonight who throughout the world will feel that they have lost a friend. President Kennedy was young. He was a man of courage in war and in peace. He devoted himself to public service. He worked unselfishly for the public good as he saw it. He has paid for his public service with his life. For the president it was death on duty. When a free man falls courageously in action, all freedom grieves, but courage is made easier for others...

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Tributes from Many Countries

The tragic flash from Dallas reverberated around the world like a clap of thunder. The young, vigorous president of the United States was dead at the hands of an assassin and everywhere the great and the lowly mourned John F Kennedy's passing. The deadening shock gave way to tears and then to universal heartache for Jacqueline Kennedy and her two young children. Rich and poor, black and white, shuddered and were bewildered. Messages of condolences poured into the White House from presidents, premiers and crowned heads. Churches filled with people come to pray and sob....

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Peking: The assassination of President Kennedy went completely unnoticed here this morning. The news came too late for morning papers but early-morning news broadcasts ignored the news, too. In answer to questions the foreign ministry said its reaction to the news would be made known when it was available. Kennedy's death is unlikely to cause much sorrow among Communist Chinese or cause a halt to continuous attacks...

Communist China, like Martin Luther King, laughed and joked about JFK's assassination, as told by Schlesinger (to whom Jackie gave her taped interviews) in his 1965 book about John F Kennedy in the White House:

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...In Peking the Daily Worker ran a savage cartoon entitled "Kennedy Biting the Dust" showing the dead President lying in a pool of blood, his necktie marked with dollar signs...

Below are excerpts from articles and Jackie's book talking about Martin Luther King's communism, adultery and memorial statue. At pertinent passages I've inserted photos from various sources to enhance understanding. ~ Jackie Jura

JACKIE KENNEDY: MARTIN LUTHER KING JR "PHONY"
CBS News, September 12, 2011

...In a book of newly-released interviews former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy called civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. "terrible, tricky and a phony". "This book shows Jackie Kennedy unplugged" said historian and CBS News analyst Douglas Brinkley... The book, Jacqueline Kennedy: Historic Conversations on Life with John F. Kennedy, includes a series of interviews the former first lady gave to historian and former Kennedy aide Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr. shortly after her husband was assassinated on Nov. 22, 1963. Over seven sessions, she recalled conversations on topics ranging from her husband's reading habits to the botched Bay of Pigs invasion in Cuba....Its release comes on the 50th anniversary of Kennedy's first year in office.... Jacqueline Kennedy spoke skeptically of King. She called him "tricky" and a "phony" after hearing about FBI tapes of him and a woman in his hotel room, while noting that JFK had urged her not to be judgmental. She said King had mocked her husband's funeral and Cardinal Richard Cushing, who celebrated Mass at the funeral. "He made fun of Cardinal Cushing and said that he was drunk at it," she said. "And things about they almost dropped the coffin. I just can't see a picture of Martin Luther King without thinking, you know, that man's terrible".

The book comes with eight audio CDs of the interviews that, according to Amazon.com, have accompanying transcripts. The interviews are, says Amazon, introduced and annotated by presidential historian Michael Beschloss. The AP says Jacqueline Kennedy's voice is firm and girlish, even and clear, but the interviews are occasionally interrupted by sounds of her children, Caroline, who was 6 at the time, and John Jr., who was 3.... Jacqueline Kennedy also gave a memorable interview with journalist Theodore H. White, when she referred to her husband's time in the White House as "Camelot", but Caroline Kennedy said the interviews in the new book were "by far the most important" her mother ever gave.

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"My mother willingly recalled the span of her married life and shared her insights into my father's private and public political personality", Caroline Kennedy wrote....It's the 50th anniversary right now of the Kennedy presidency, and this is sitting there, and it was time to let her mother have her say, and decided to come public with this."

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HISTORIC CONVERSATIONS ON LIFE WITH JOHN F KENNEDY
by Jacqueline Kennedy, 1964 with forward by Caroline Kennedy, 2011

Background: In September 1962, the President and attorney general bargained by telephone with the mercurial Ross Barnett (governor of Mississippi from 1960 to 1964) for the peaceful entrance into the University of Mississippi at Oxford of its first African-American student, James Meredith. It failed, Kennedy had to send the army to put down the resulting riots, which left two people dead.

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SCHLESINGER ASKS: How about Governor Barnett in Mississippi? Was he [the President] mad then or was he more... He had no reason, I guess, to expect Barnett to act differently from the way he did.

JACKIE ANSWERS: Well, you see, Barnett -- it was just so hopeless. And you knew the man was an inferior, welshing person to begin with. There was never rage there, it was -- oh, I don't know, just hopeless. And you know what I can remember? I was in Newport in bed and he called me -- it was that night -- and at five o'clock in the morning, the phone rang and I guess he'd just gone back to the White House after staying up all night and, you know, I was so touched that he called me because he just wanted to talk, and he'd said, "Oh, my God!" You wouldn't realize what it had been like and I guess when, you know, the tear gas started to run out and the troops that were meant to get there in an hour were still four hours away. And I guess that was just one of the worst nights of his whole life.

SCHLESINGER ASKS: Was the civil rights thing something he talked much about?

Background: George Wallace served the first of his four terms as governor of Alabama from 1963 until 1967. In June 1963, a month after angry dogs were set upon black teenagers demonstrating for civil rights in Birmingham, the governor announced his intention to block a judicial order to enroll two African-American students at the Univeristy of Alabama at Tuscaloosa.

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...Wallace stood in the schoolhouse door, denouncing "this illegal, unwarranted and force-induced intrusion by the federal government". Deputy Attorney General Katzenbach, backed by a federalized Alabama National Guard, asked the governor to step aside, which he did. That evening, on television, JKF announced that he was sending a comprehensive civil rights bill to Congress, citing "a moral issue...as old as the Scriptures and as clear as the American Constitution."

JACKIE ANSWERS: You know, it was over such a long period of time, and there were always -- all the Barnetts and then the Wallaces, and I mean one sort of awful problem after another, and first thinking that Little Rock had been so badly handled [storm surrounding President Eisenhower's use of the US Army to compel the integration of Little Rock Central High School in Arkansas in 1957]... and then you see him [JFK] presented with an almost worse Little Rock -- Oxford -- oh, yeah, and then with --

SCHLESINGER ASKS: What did he think of the Negro Leaders? Martin Luther King, for example? Did he ever mention--

Background: On October 19, 1960, Martin Luther King, Jr joined a student sit-in at a whites-only restaurant inside of an Atlanta department store. He was arrested along with 51 other protesters on the charge of trespassing. On probation for driving without a valid Georgia license (he had an Alabama license), a Dekalb County judge sentenced MLK to four months in prison doing hard labor. Presidential candidate John F. Kennedy phoned King's wife, Coretta, to offer encouragement while his brother, Robert Kennedy, convinced the judge to release King on bail. This phone call convinced many African-Americans to support the Democratic ticket...

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JACKIE ANSWERS: Well, I don't think -- I don't know what he -- well, I don't know what he thought of him later. Well, he said what an incredible speaker he was during that freedom march thing and -- and he acknowledged that having made that call during the campaign got them --

Then he told me of a tape that the FBI had on Martin Luther King when he was here for the freedom march. And he [JFK] said this with no bitterness or anything, how he [MLK] was calling up all these girls and arranging for a party of men and women, I mean, sort of an orgy in the hotel, and everything.

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SCHELISINGER ASKS: Martin Luther King?

JACKIE ANSWERS: Oh, yeah. At first he said, oh, well, you know -- and I said, "Oh, but Jack, that's so terrible. I mean, that man is, you know, such a phony then"... This was when it was just one girl, they [JFK and Bobby] had the conversation. And Jack said, "Oh, well" -- you know, he would never judge anyone in any sort of way -- oh, well, you know -- he never really said anything against Martin Luther King.

Since then, Bobby's told me of the tapes of these orgies they have and how Martin Luther King made fun of Jack's funeral.

SCHLESINGER SAYS: Oh, no.

Background: The FBI tapes to which Mrs Kennedy refers was of King and his colleagues relaxing at the Willard Hotel after the march. Hectored by J. Edgar Hoover with charges that the civil rights leaders was influenced by Communists in his entourage, Robert Kennedy grudgingly authorized Hoover to tap King's telephone calls and bug his rooms, which in time produced transcripts of derogatory private comments made by King while watching President Kennedy's Capitol Rotunda and funeral ceremonies. Hoover was only too eager to share them with the attorney general, and the shocked brother of the late President conveyed their essence to Jacqueline. Thus she was bristling at King (although in 1968, despite the disturbing emotions in her that it was bound to evoke, she accompanied RFK to King's funeral in Atlanta and consoled King's widow).

JACKIE ANSWERS: He [MLK] made fun of Cardinal Cushing and said that he was drunk at it.

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And things about they almost dropped the coffin and -- well, I mean Martin Luther King is really a tricky person. But I wouldn't know -- he [JFK] never said anything against Martin Luther King to me, so I don't know. Bobby would be the one to find out what he [JFK] ever really thought of him in that way. But Bobby told me later. I just can't see a picture of Martin Luther King without thinking, you know, that man's terrible.

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I know at the time of the freedom march, when they all came in his [JFK's] office, well, he [JFK] was always -- I think he was touched by Philip Randolph [chief of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters and one of the organizers of the March on Washington].

SCHLESINGER SAYS: Philip Randolph's very impressive. He's an older man and has great dignity.

JACKIE ANSWERS: Yeah, and all that and he [JFK] was very worried about that freedom march. It turned out all right, I guess.

SCHLESINGER ASKS: Worried it might lead to violence?

JACKIE ANSWERS: Well, yes, everyone was worried, weren't they? And -- but you know, civil rights just -- well, that was just something that was always there, wasn't it?...

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PRESIDENT KENNEDY CIVIL RIGHTS SPEECHES TO THE NATION
from the Oval Office

SEPTEMBER 30, 1962: The President delivered a broadcast to try to defuse the volatile situation surrounding James Meredith's enrollment at the University of Mississippi. Meredith, a 29-year-old black ex-serviceman, had been inspired by Kennedy's inaugural address and applied to enter his home state's university. When he was rejected, he took his case to court, eventually winning on appeal. Mississippi's governonr, Ross Barnett, expressed his intention to defy the ruling. An internecine domestic conflit was the last thing President Kennedy wanted at such a time, but he gave the order for federal troops to be deployed. He broadcast to the nation as Meredith was being escorted onto the campus. Two speeches were prepared, depending on whether the enrollment had been carried out peacefully or not. Even as he began reading the speech suggesting the situation in Oxford was calm, violence erupted. There were many casualties and two fatalities. Kennedy was applauded for what was seen as his determiniation to uphold one individual's rights. Black leaders were less impressed, feeling that Kennedy was still dragging his heels on civil rights legislation.

JUNE 11, 1963: "...This Nation was founded by men of many nations and backgrounds. It was founded on the principle that all men are created equal, and that the rights of every man are diminished when the rights of one man are threatened....One hundred years of delay have passed since President Lincoln freed the slaves, yet their heirs, their grandsons, are not fully free. They are not yet freed from the bonds of injustice. They are not yet freed from social and economic oppression. And this Nation, for all its hopes and all its boasts, will not be fully free until all its citizens are free..."

MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR, THE KENNEDYS & COMMUNISM
(MLK lied about his communist connections
and his sexual perversions exposed him as a "phony")
by Cliff Kincaid, USA Survival News, Sep 16, 2011

As the official dedication of the Martin Luther King Jr. memorial in Washington, D.C. approaches, Liberals in the media are in damage control over a revelation about the civil rights leader from an unlikely source -- Caroline Kennedy, daughter of JFK and Jackie Kennedy. Her new book, Jacqueline Kennedy: Historic Conversations on Life with John F. Kennedy, makes it abundantly clear that Jack and Bobby Kennedy, as well as Jackie, saw through the public façade of the Reverend King and knew him to be a proven liar about his communist connections and a scoundrel in terms of his personal life. Jackie called King a “phony” in the taped conversations that form the basis of the book....

The book is based on recorded interviews conducted in 1964 by Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. with Jacqueline Kennedy. It quotes Jackie as saying that JFK had told her “of a tape that the FBI had of Martin Luther King how he was calling up all these girls and arranging for a party of men and women, I mean, sort of an orgy in the hotel, and everything.” Jackie said her response to this was that such conduct was “terrible” and that King was “such a phony”. Jackie adds, “Since then, Bobby’s told me of the tapes of these orgies they have and how Martin Luther King made fun of Jack’s funeral”...

Hoover targeted King because of high-level concern about his communist connections, with the information about his extramarital affairs coming out as a result of the surveillance of the civil rights leader. The book makes it clear that the report that Jackie said King was a “phony” was not based on something said about a coffin; it was based on revelations provided to Jackie Kennedy by her husband that King, a reverend who quoted the bible, was a notorious adulterer and partier. And Bobby Kennedy, according to the book, shared the disgust for King’s secret sexual perversions.

Michael Beschloss, who wrote the introduction to the book, insisted on the air that, “There is dispute on whether it’s Martin Luther King who’s on those FBI tapes or not. But Robert Kennedy thought it was.” It is apparent that Bobby had listened to some of the tapes, read the transcripts, or relied on summaries provided by the FBI. Equally important, Beschloss knows that King was wiretapped by the FBI (and that the wiretaps were approved by Bobby, the Attorney General) because of King’s communist connections and links to the Soviet-funded Communist Party USA. But this, too, is a taboo subject for the liberal media...

These attempts at spin fly in the face of the evidence in the book and provided even by King’s former associates. For example, Ralph David Abernathy, president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) in his book, And the Walls Came Tumbling Down, acknowledges King’s extramarital affairs...

David J. Garrow explained some of the controversy in his 1981 book The FBI and Martin Luther King, Jr. as well as a 2002 Atlantic magazine article based on it. He notes that Bobby authorized the FBI to begin wiretapping the telephones of King because he “believed that one of King's closest advisers was a top-level member of the American Communist Party, and that King had repeatedly misled Administration officials about his ongoing close ties with the man.” The associate was Stanley Levison, who had been involved in Communist Party USA financial affairs and was helping to arrange funding of the party by Moscow. Since the Kennedys were among a dwindling number of national Democrats who opposed international communism and wanted to see it defeated, these reports greatly concerned them. But Levison wasn’t the only concern. Garrow writes, "The FBI told Kennedy and Burke Marshall [assistant attorney general for civil rights], that Levison had recently installed as head of the SCLC’s small New York office a young African-American man named Jack O'Dell, whose publicly documented record of affiliation with the CPUSA [Communist Party of USA] had drawn the attention of hostile congressional committees just a few years earlier. Kennedy's inner circle resolved that every Administration aide acquainted with King would warn him [King] fervently but vaguely about the political danger of continuing his association with Levison and O’Dell. King politely accepted and then privately dismissed warning after warning.” (O’Dell would later go to work for King associate Jesse Jackson). Hence, King was deceiving the Kennedys, his allies in the civil rights struggle.

In his book, Garrow quoted Marshall as saying that King’s deception on this matter was important and that the wiretaps were therefore justified. “I mean,” said Marshall, “if you accept the concept of national security, if you accept the concept that there is a Soviet Communist apparatus and it is trying to interfere with things here [in USA]...you have to accept there’s a national security issue and taps are justified in that area. I don’t know what could be more important than having the kind of Communist, that this man was claimed to be by the Bureau, directly influencing Dr. King.” The communists were manipulating the civil rights movement in directions that benefited them, such as by influencing King to be critical of the war against communism in Vietnam and the system of free enterprise capitalism in the U.S. Garrow, who was sympathetic to King and critical of the FBI, explained, “Hence the primary reason behind the decision to wiretap Dr. King was, for Robert Kennedy and Burke Marshall, just as it was for the FBI, honestly held fears about what Stanley Levison represented and why Martin Luther King was remaining in contact with him despite numerous warnings not to and King’s own promise that he would end the relationship.”

This information, which has long been on the public record, provides a much-needed perspective on the wiretap controversy. Authorized for the purpose of documenting King’s communist connections, the surveillance turned up evidence of his adultery, which contradicted his stance as a minister of God preaching virtue in public life. But viewers of Andrea Mitchell’s report about Jackie Kennedy calling King a “phony” had no way, based on her broadcast, to understand what the controversy was really all about. Instead, they came away thinking the comment was based on some crazy scheme cooked up by Hoover. It is truly bizarre that Mitchell would so brazenly lie about the matter when the daughter of JFK and Jackie had put it in her book for all to read and see.

But the liberal media are not alone in obscuring the facts. On the Fox News Channel, Bill O’Reilly blamed Hoover for the wiretaps. “He felt that the doctor was a communist,” O’Reilly said, ignoring the evidence of King’s communist associates and Bobby Kennedy’s role in approving the surveillance. His guest on the program was left-wing historian Kenneth C. Davis, who noted that the Kennedys were “very anti-communist”. Pressed on what was in the tapes, Davis said it apparently had to do with arranging a party with prostitutes. “We know that that’s part of the Martin Luther King legacy”, Davis acknowledged. But O’Reilly would have none of it. “Dr. King was a great man,” he countered, dismissing what the “gossip mongers” say, and “we don’t want to besmirch him in any way, shape or form.” Later, O’Reilly reiterated, “In totality, believe me, ladies and gentlemen, Dr. King was a great man.”

One reason for the inability to face facts could be that President Obama is scheduled to preside over the official unveiling of the King memorial in Washington, D.C. on October 16, 2012 an event that will lead to tons of coverage about King and his legacy. Telling the truth about King, even though Caroline Kennedy has opened up this can of worms, could ruin journalism careers. Conservative media figures could find themselves accused of racism for talking about the black civil rights leader’s personal indiscretions and far-left associations. The MLK memorial is already mired in controversy because $10 million in taxpayer funds (out of the $120 million cost) and four acres of federal land were donated for a 30-foot tall socialist-type [communist-type] statue of King made in communist China by a Chinese artist with Chinese granite. It would appear appear that another scandal over King himself has to be avoided so the event can go forward without further embarrassment. One can be sure that the Mitchell method of slanting the news will be in full swing leading up to the King memorial dedication, and Obama and his media allies will strive to make sure that any mention of King’s communist connections and adultery is stricken from the public record.

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THE HIDEOUS MARTIN LUTHER KING JR MEMORIAL
(The Communist Chinese do it to us again)
by Gerry Max, Daily Grind & Sundry, Oct 16, 2011

The 30-feet Martin Luther King statue is more than 10 feet taller than the 19-foot statue of Thomas Jefferson in the Jefferson Memorial and the 19-foot-6-inch statue of Abraham Lincoln in the Lincoln Memorial. We have allowed a statue, taller than the memorials to Jefferson and Lincoln on the National Mall, to be sculptured by a Chinese Communist. Who is running this country? How did we get so stupid?

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Martin Luther King Jr. is one of America’s icons; his blood sacrifice helped America out of the bondage of racism, yet we decide to let a CHINESE COMMUNIST sculptor do his memorial? Not an Anglo-American, not an Afro-American, nor a Native American, nor a Hispanic American, nor a mixed American like our President, not an African, nor a Haitian but a Chinese Communist….who makes these dumb decisions? Is there not one living Martin Luther King Jr. or Moses alive in 308 million Americans to liberate us from the cultural, financial and social yoke of Communist China?

Lei Yixin is the Chinese Communist sculptor who did the hideous memorial, “Lei first found work in a publishing company as a draughtsman, but was spotted by a local government official, who asked and encouraged him to build monuments. Lei won top prizes in national competitions three consecutive years, and was recognised as a master sculptor, which came with a lifetime stipend from the Chinese government. He has sculpted some 150 public monuments, including many statues of Mao Zedong. Inspired by a line from King’s iconic “I Have a Dream” speech, the “Stone of Hope” sculpture depicts the civil rights leader emerging from a block of white granite. Standing stiffly to attention with arms crossed and a serious expression on his face, King is depicted as stern and authoritative. The statue oddly seems to evoke Social Realist monuments — an impression heightened by its monolithic composition, with King standing as part of the rock face.”

“Atlanta resident Lea Winfrey Young says the “outsourcing” by U.S. companies and organizations to China has gone too far this time. She and her husband, Gilbert Young, a painter, are leading a group of critics who argue that an African American — or any American — should have been picked for such an important project. Dr. King’s statue is to be shipped here in a crate that supposedly says ‘Made in China.’ That’s just obscene,” Winfrey Young says. By awarding the contract to a Chinese artist, the foundation financing the project has touched on sensitivities at the core of U.S.-Sino relations: nationalism, racism and worries about what China’s emergence as an economic and cultural world power means for America.

A former adviser for the memorial has accused the Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial Project Foundation Inc. of promoting Lei to head artist in the hopes of getting a $25 million donation from the Chinese government to make up for a shortfall in funding. In a 13-page critique, Ed Dwight, a sculptor who has created seven King memorials, called Lei’s proposed statue a “shrinking, shriveled inadequate personage.” Dwight, 73, said in an interview that the model Lei submitted to the foundation “didn’t look like Martin Luther King. He had a whole bunch of wrinkles and great big bulky clothes. It wasn’t right.” Harry E. Johnson Sr., president of the foundation, denies ever having conversations with Chinese officials or companies to ask for money. He said scouts for the foundation spotted Lei’s work at a sculpting workshop in St. Paul, Minn., and approached him. The sole criterion for choosing him, Johnson said, was artistic ability — Lei’s skill at capturing personalities in sculptures, his expertise in hewing granite and his extensive experience with large public monuments. “This is no different from the Houston Rockets working with Yao Ming, or Jackie Chan in Hollywood movies,” Johnson said. “We don’t want to take the stand to say African Americans can only work on this project. We appreciate the diversity we have.”

There are the two Americans who sold out Rev. Martin Luther King to the Chinese Communists, one is Harry E. Johnson Sr. Harry E. Johnson, Sr. President and Chief Executive Officer for the Washington, DC Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial Project Foundation, Inc. The other American, who sold out Rev. Martin Luther King to the Chinese Communists is lead architect Ed Jackson Jr. Ed Jackson Jr., lover of Chinese Communist sculptures. Below is what the Chinese Communists gave us to represent one of the great Americans in our history:

”This is the 30 foot statue of Martin Luther King on the National Mall. It was carved by a Chinese artist Lei Yixin. Wasn’t Martin Luther King a kind, gentle man who loved peace. He looks like a dictator! He could be a brother to Mao Zedong. Yixin carved a socialist rather than a Christian activist. An artist must first feel and understand the man he is carving before he can carve a realistic depiction. Folded arms? Shouldn’t his arms be outstretched… more Moses-like rather than Mao-like?” Amen. The Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial by the Chinese Communists is a National Disgrace, but there is something more tellng about it than our bruised national ego. It is Moai, the stone memorials memorializing the dying culture of Easter Island. The Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial could have been sculpted on Easter Island; that is how doomed we are. PRESIDENT OBAMA, IN THE NAME OF KARMA, TEAR DOWN THAT STATUE!!!!!!!


JFK ACHIEVED IMMORTALITY THRU LIFE
JFK Life Words
KING, NOT KENNEDY, AN ADULTERER
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(Martin Luther King had an orgy in hotel after freedom march)
watch ALL BLACK IN MY HOODY PANTHER PARTY RAP song
(smash open those AKs n let's start a f***** riot)
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Rwanda hate radio rap songs prepared people for genocide
(go get your machete n kill those Tutsi cockroaches)
Race-hustlers circling like buzzards blaming whites
(black-on-black killing is true crime epidemic)
Obama playing the race card again
(white grandmother feared passing blacks on street)
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"Blacks are under attack" says Jesse Jackson
(targeting/arresting/convicting/killing blacks big business)
Martin Luther King, the Kennedys & Communism
(King's political/sexual perversions exposed)
Hideous Martin Luther King memorial made in China
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(taller than Jefferson & Lincoln memorials)
JFK on the Loss of China
(FDR armed Mao for post-war seizure of power)
News, Mar 24-29, 2012

watch JFK'S LIFE IN CAMELOT
(Jackie teaches John-John how to salute)
JFK'S HOME LIFE AT WHITE HOUSE
JFKFamilyBlueCoats JackieWalkBlueCoats
(with JFK 14 Nov 63 & without JFK 25 Nov 63)
JFK & JACKIE CUBAN MISSILE LOVE STORY
JackieBkCover Eyeball to Eyeball JackieBkBack
(Jackie refused to leave JFK alone in White House)
JFK & JACKIE SHINING CAMELOT
JFK Memorial
(for one brief shining moment there was Camelot)
Photographer who captured John-John salute dies
JohnJohnSalute SalutePhotographer
(the shot seen around the world)
Irish/Annapolis/YouTube, Mar 3-13, 2012
watch John-John boarding Air Force One &
watch JFK YEARS OF LIGHTNING, DAY OF DRUMS
watch FOUR DAYS IN NOVEMBER 1964 FILM
JohnJohnSalute JohnJohnSalute
LITTLE SOLDIER JOHN-JOHN SALUTED JFK
GraveJFK/Jackie/Babies
JFK, JACKIE & BABY PATRICK
& 4.Old World Destruction

Race-hustlers circling like buzzards blaming whites (black-on-black killing true crime epidemic), DailyCaller, Mar 27, 2012
Former NAACP leader C.L. Bryant is accusing Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton of “exploiting” the Trayvon Martin tragedy to “racially divide this country”. “His family should be outraged at the fact that they’re using this child as the bait to inflame racial passions”, Rev. C.L. Bryant said in a Monday interview with The Daily Caller. The conservative black pastor who was once the chapter president of the Garland, Texas NAACP called Jackson and Sharpton “race hustlers” and said they are “acting as though they are buzzards circling the carcass of this young boy”. Jackson, for example, recently said Martin’s death shows how “blacks are under attack” and “targeting, arresting, convicting blacks and ultimately killing us is big business.” George Zimmerman, a neighborhood watch captain, killed Martin, a 17-year-old black man who was unarmed at the time of his death, last month. Zimmerman has claimed to have shot Martin in self-defense and has not been charged with a crime. But Bryant, who explores the topic of black-on-black crime in his new film “Runaway Slave”, said people like Jackson and Sharpton are being misleading to suggest there is an epidemic of “white men killing black young men”. “The epidemic is truly black on black crime”, Bryant said. “The greatest danger to the lives of young black men are young black men”. Bryant said he wishes civil rights leaders were protesting those problems. “Why not be angry about the wholesale murder that goes on in the streets of Newark and Chicago”? he asked. “Why isn’t somebody angry about that six-year-old girl who was killed on her steps last weekend in a cross fire when two gang members in Chicago start shooting at each other? Why is there no outrage about that?” Bryant said he worries that “people like Sharpton and those on the left” will make Martin’s death a campaign issue in the presidential race. He speculated that they will “turn this evolving tragedy of this young man into fodder to say… if you don’t re-elect Obama then you will have unbridled events or circumstances like this happening in the streets to young men wearing hoodies.” He also criticized President Obama for his “nebulous statement” responding to Martin’s death that “if I had a son, he’d look like Trayvon”. “What does that mean?” Bryant asked. “What was the purpose in that?”

Obama playing the race card again, by Glenn Thrush, Politico, Mar 23, 2012
Barack Obama has a reputation for calculation and diffidence — at times well deserved — but on Friday, he again demonstrated his instinctive gift for confronting the ugly, divisive, emotional issues that more squeamish politicians evade. The shooting of an unarmed black teenager, Trayvon Martin, by a neighborhood watch member in Florida, apparently for nothing more than wearing a hoodie and buying candy on the wrong block, would be an incident any president would want to handle gingerly, if at all. That would seem especially true for a half-white, half-black president who has often dealt with race, especially his own, like unexploded ordnance — ancient, buried, but still capable of inflicting great damage. Obama has seldom directly addressed the issue of race since his famous Philadelphia speech on the topic in 2008 — and he never does unless it’s in the service of the larger point of national unity. And instead of talking about racial issues from the traditional political frame, he talks about it as a family matter to defuse the tension and, from his perspective, elevate the argument. “My main message is to the parents of Trayvon Martin. You know, if I had a son, he’d look like Trayvon,” Obama said.... Obama’s most memorable — and successful — invocation of family came at Independence Hall four years ago when he tried to inoculate himself from the effects of his long relationship with the Rev. Jeremiah Wright. “I can no more disown him than I can disown the black community,” Obama said. “I can no more disown him than I can my white grandmother — a woman who helped raise me, a woman who sacrificed again and again for me, a woman who loves me as much as she loves anything in this world, but a woman who once confessed her fear of black men who passed by her on the street, and who on more than one occasion has uttered racial or ethnic stereotypes that made me cringe. “These people are a part of me. And they are a part of America, this country that I love,” he added. Racial candor has often backfired: Take Michelle Obama’s declaration that “For the first time in my adult lifetime, I’m really proud of my country”...

BlacksAttacked Blacks are under attack says Jesse Jackson, by Rene Lynch, Los Angeles Times, Mar 23, 2012
Civil rights leader Jesse Jackson said Friday that he's grateful the rest of the country has sat up and taken notice of the tragic slaying of Trayvon Martin. But he can't help but wonder: Why has it taken so long for everyone else to recognize the chronic injustices that African Americans face? "We're surprised that everyone else is surprised," Jackson told the Los Angeles Times. African Americans have tried for decades to get the rest of America to understand their plight, he said, particularly their beliefs that justice is still elusive in many parts of America, especially the Deep South.... Jackson was speaking Friday morning from the Chicago offices of his Rainbow PUSH Coalition. He had just returned from duties in Belgium and Switzerland. He was in Geneva on Wednesday as part of a delegation of religious leaders trying to find a way to end the violence in Syria. Jackson was preparing to get back on a plane for a flight south so he can add his voice to the growing protests in and around Sanford, Fla., where Martin's shooting took place. Jackson said the Martin case is getting plenty of media attention overseas, attention that is both embarrassing to white America and humiliating to black America. Moreover, he said, the failure to make an arrest in the case takes away the nation's "moral authority" to address injustices in other countries when it fails to do the same within its own borders.... Jackson said that there is a mistaken assumption in some corners of America that all racial problems went away with the election of President Obama. "There was this feeling that we were kind of beyond racism," he said. "That's not true. His victory has triggered tremendous backlash." He added: "Blacks are under attack." African American families are facing record home foreclosures and unemployment. Their children are burdened with student loan debt. States, particularly conservative ones, are passing voter laws that leaders know will disenfranchise blacks and other minorities. Meanwhile, the nation's prisons are brimming with black faces, he said, and their numbers that suggest that the legal system is quicker to send blacks to prison than whites. Jackson said gunfire in America continues to be a problem for all Americans -- not just blacks. Why, he asked, isn't America outraged, that far more people die of gun violence in one year in America than the number of soldiers killed in the wars waged in Iraq and Afghanistan? "Our disparities are great," he said. "Targeting, arresting, convicting blacks and ultimately killing us is big business."...

KingObamaMemorial Martin Luther King Memorial dedication, UPI, Oct 16, 2011 (USA President Barack Obama looks back to his family members as they arrive for the dedication of the Martin Luther King, Jr Memorial on the National Mall in Washington DC USA, October 16, 2011. The ceremony for the slain civil rights leader had been postponed earlier in the summer because of Tropical Storm Irene...)

The Hideous Martin Luther King, Jr Memorial (The Communist Chinese do it to us again), Daily Grind, Oct 16, 2011

watch President Obama Delivers Remarks at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Dedication, Washington, DC, Oct 16, 2011
"...For this day, we celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s return to the National Mall. In this place, he will stand for all time, among monuments to those who fathered this nation and those who defended it; a black preacher with no official rank or title who somehow gave voice to our deepest dreams...It is right for us to celebrate Dr King's marvelous oratory but it is worth remembering that progress did not come from words alone...We forget now, but during his life Dr King wasn't always considered a unifying figure -- even after rising to prominence -- even after winning the Nobel Peace Prize. Dr King was villified by many, denounced as a rabble-rouser, and an agitator, a communist and a radical. He was even attacked by his own people -- by those who felt he was going too fast -- and those who felt he was going too slow -- by those who felt he shouldn't meddle in issues...We know, from his own testimony, the doubts and the pain this caused him and that the controversy that would swirl around his actions would last until the fateful day he died. I raise all this because nearly 50 years after the march on Washington our work, Dr King's work, is not yet complete..."

Martin Luther King, the Kennedys and Communism (MLK lied about his communist connections and his sexual perversions exposed him as a "phony"), USA Survival News, Sep 16, 2011

Jackie Kennedy: Martin Luther King Jr "phony", CBS News, Sep 12, 2011

watch President Kennedy's Last Press Conference, Nov 14, 1963, YouTube

watch President Kennedy Civil Rights Speech, June 11, 1963, YouTube

Congressman John F Kennedy on the Loss of China (speech in Salem, Massachusetts, Jan 30, 1949)

listen JACKIE JURA INTERVIEW MURDER OF JFK

TAR-BABY OBAMA TARS OIL SANDS

OBAMA NOT NATURAL BORN?

OBAMA MESSING WITH JFK'S DESK

OBAMA LOVES TO BOMB OSAMA

OBAMA PEACE PRIZE NOT NOBLE

ANYTHING MADE IN AMERICA?

CHINA BUY BUY AMERICAN PIE

CANADA COMMIE LENIN-MAO STATUE

MCCARTHY DEMAND CHINA FREE POWS

MCCARTHY ON CHINA & NORTH KOREA

HAIL TO THE CHIMP

OBAMA ABORTING & BOMBING

OBAMA-PALIN BLACKWHITE DOUBLETHINK

OBAMA PAL TRASHES CAMELOT

ORWELLIAN EMANUEL IN WHITE HOUSE

OBAMA SIGNED-STEALED-DELIVERED

OBAMA HEADING US INTO ABYSS

JFK TRUTHS & UNTRUTHS & JFK ASSASSINATION PUZZLE PIECES

LINCOLN ASSASSINATION CONSPIRACY THEORIES

GOLDSTEIN COMMUNIST-CAPITALIST CONSPIRACY IN 1984

10.Big Brother Rulers & 27.Goodthink & 22.Doublethink & 16.Ministry of Truth (Lies) & 25.Prolefeed & 17.Falsification of Past & 38.Cellars & 35.Big Brother's Brotherhood

Jackie Jura
~ an independent researcher monitoring local, national and international events ~

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