It is an amazing and a curious thing what people, by their nature, will do for money and recognition. Aspiration to obtain the honors of men and money motivates the natural man to a dangerous degree and all too often leads to participation in activities related to the dark side of human enterprise. Henry Kissinger has stated his opinion that power is the ultimate aphrodesiac. Power corrupts mankind by morphing into despotism and unrighteous dominion.

Dr. Martin Luther King was not a natural man. A study of King’s life and work, his actions and comments can only lead one to the conclusion, that his motivation was to aspire to the works and designs of a higher power by fearless and selfless service to his fellow man. The record demonstrates that MLK could not be bought by power and/or money. Unfortunately for the constitutionally free people of the United States of America, black, white or indifferent, this fact led to his early demise. It certainly wasn’t the racial issue.

Had King been allowed to continue, he was on a track that would have revealed to the world the true motivation and globalist mentality involved in the determinations of a few “elite” capitalist money mongers since 1914, whose sinister purpose has been to rule the world and control the activities of all of mankind referred to by George H. W, Bush in his now famous “New World Order” speech of June 2006 as a “the rule of law”, and referring to liberty and freedom as the”law of the jungle”. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rc7i0wCFf8g

In April, 1968, one year after making a powerful speech in protest of the decade long war in Vietnam that continued under the Administration of the then President of the U.S., Lyndon Baines Johnson, Martin Luther King was shot to death in Memphis, Tennessee, U.S.A. by a Memphis policeman. The shooting occurred just prior to King’s leading a huge protest march on Washington D.C.

After attending a trial in Memphis in 1999, the result of a $100 civil lawsuit brought by Coretta Scott King, Martin’s Widow, against Loyd Jowers, one of the alleged conspirators to the death of her husband, Jim Douglass made the following comments:

“This historic trial was so ignored by the media that, apart from the courtroom participants, I was the only person who attended it from beginning to end. What I experienced in that courtroom ranged from inspiration at the courage of the Kings, their lawyer-investigator William F. Pepper, and the witnesses, to amazement at the government’s carefully interwoven plot to kill Dr. King. The seriousness with which US intelligence agencies planned the murder of Martin Luther King, Jr. speaks eloquently of the threat Kingian nonviolence represented to the powers that be in the spring of 1968.

Thirty-two years after Memphis, we know that the government that now honors Dr. King with a national holiday also killed him. As will once again become evident when the Justice Department releases the findings of its “limited re-investigation” into King’s death, the government is continuing its cover-up–just as it continues to do in the closely related murders of John and Robert Kennedy and Malcolm X.”

The “checks and balances” system, set up by the founders of the United States provided three distinct divisions of the U.S. government, Legislative, Executive and Judicial. Thomas Jefferson warned future generations not to ever let the powers of government become concentrated in the Executive Branch or we would have tyranny. The free people of the United States should be alarmed that the actions of the Executive Branch are simply referred to as actions by the “Government” when it is clearly the autonomous actions of the Executive Branch, and most often without the support of either of the other two branches.

Too bad the media does not make the distinction clear, but then one must consider who owns the media. Another problem with seeking truth through the media is that the nature of the common man leans to consider anyone who is on television to be honest, informed and smart. It is becoming increasingly more evident that all too often this is not the case so much as that the “talking heads” aspire to the honors of men and money more than to the honors of truth. After all, they would not be on television without the support of the owners of the networks, so they rationalize that a little truth is better than none at all and thereby justify their positions. The real problem is not that they don’t tell the truth, it is that they don’t tell the whole truth, when it is the whole truth that holds the key to preservation of freedom. Half truths are worthless and dangerous.

Martin Luther King’s speech against the war in Vietnam included the following comments:

“A true revolution of values will soon look uneasily on the glaring contrast of poverty and wealth. With righteous indignation, it will look across the seas and see individual capitalists of the West investing huge sums of money in Asia, Africa, and South America, only to take the profits out with no concern for the social betterment of the countries, and say, “This is not just.” It will look at our alliance with the landed gentry of South America and say, “This is not just.” The Western arrogance of feeling that it has everything to teach others and nothing to learn from them is not just.”

What do you think? Did this speech cause the corporate establishment to require the elimination of a powerful influence against their clandestine cause to rule?

Sam Ervin, special counsel and chairman of the Committee on Government Operations during the investigation of the Nixon Administration, 1974 (watergate) said this:

“The Constitution was made to guard the people against the dangers of good intentions. There are men of all ages who mean to govern. They promise to be good masters, but they mean to be masters. The Constitution was written primarily to keep the Government from being masters of the American people.” 

Sam Ervin was a Democrat. Do you think it matters one way or the other? The real problems arise and fall with the determinations of each individual, not the political parties that they support. There are those with good intentions and bad intentions in both parties. As long as the global “elitists” can keep the people of a country focused on the under issues and arguing amongst themselves on a political level, whether on the street or on radio or television, it keeps their focus off of the whole truth and off of them until they can complete their clandestine and sinister agenda. Keep an eye out and you will see that prior to Brexit and the election of Donald Trump as President of the United States, their confidence had grown to the point that they were so sure of themselves, that they were confidently making their agenda more public. When the free thinking people of the world began to recognize the globalist agenda, a revolution was created at the ballot boxes and the heretofore secret agenda was overthrown.

There are those, and the numbers are growing rapidly, that would not support their plan. This has been profoundly demonstrated by the recent rush and demand for firearms and ammunition by the citizens in response to a move by the Executive Branch to take more control of the firepower demanded by the second amendment of the U.S. Constitution. Will this eventually lead to an old western type showdown? Will the soldiers and policemen that represent the Executive Branch, the enforcement arm of government, support such a take over as had been done at times in the history of the world? They were loyal soldiers that crucified Christ. I think not! The global elites will come to understand that there are more soldiers and policemen in the world that will not support such despotism but will turn with their fellow freemen and personally support the constitutional law instead.

If you think that “conspiracy” is only a theory, you are right where the conspirators want you to be. Now, let it be known that I respect the rights to make choices by individuals, whatever those choices might be. However, it is imperative that before a stand can be taken, and the responsibility that comes with that stand, one must have all of the information necessary to take it with conviction. Wherever the globalist’s imperial system has been implemented in the world, the result has been an increase in poverty and starvation for the countries that have become indebted to it. The United States has been on the verge of following suit.

Another choice is to have no conviction, to remain asleep and do nothing, trusting that others will make the right stand on your behalf. If that is your choice, you are already on the side of those who would have you subservient to all of their self aggrandizing whims. History is clear, Christ was crucified by ignorant people like that.

Where do you stand? Can you be bought or are you a subscriber of what Patrick Henry so eloquently put forth in a powerful speech urging the Continental Congress to sign the Declaration of Independence?

“Is life so dear or peace so sweet as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery?”

Martin Luther King, Coretta’s attorney, William Pepper and others had the courage to make a choice. Standing firmly with Patrick Henry they pledged their lives, their fortunes and their sacred honor just as the founders did when this great, free country was established. Was it for the honors of men or for money? I doubt it.

Who among us has that kind of courage? It is impossible to support both sides of the issue because it is impossible to serve two masters at the same time, but these courageous people chose to defend to the death the right to freely make these important choices. Has the time come when we will be forced to take a stand for one side or the other?

Because of the unscrupulous business practices of a few huge banks and corporations that are owned and controlled by an “elite”  few, the economy of the U.S. is now on the brink of collapse. Inflation looms as a threat to the paychecks of all workers and the modest to moderate incomes of small businesses. Because interest rates are already at zero, the only tool left for the Federal Reserve Bank is to print more money to keep up with the national debt. Printing more money makes trading partners like Europe and China angry and devalues the dollar for all American citizens. Prices will rise rapidly, they have to now. There is no other choice.

It is hard to make a stand when your welfare depends on compliance with a system that can take everything you have. Creating poverty and keeping people poor has its advantages to the rich. A weak people poses no threat to the rich and powerful, that is until the proverbial mouse is backed into a corner and is finally left with no other choice. Then he will probably bite somebody.

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