Excerpted from COMMUNIST REVOLUTION in the STREETS by Gary Allen
KING OF AMERICA
He is a winner of a Nobel "peace" prize, but he is continually at war with the white man. He presents himself as a Christian minister, but J. Edgar Hoover has called him the "most notorious liar in the country." Many are wondering what is behind the man whom some people call...
THERE IS NO living American today who has been praised as uncritically, by the highest officials in the federal government, radio and television commentators and leading daily newspapers as the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King. King has been named Man Of the Year by national magazines and has been the recipient of a Nobel Peace Prize. His image as a noble crusader for "freedom" and "justice" through nonviolence makes him almost immune to criticism.
OCT 1 1954
LOUISVILLE DIV. POLICE
Yesterday I saw Martin King, Wyatt Walker, and Jim Wood in Atlanta. They hope that everybody from SCEF can attend their annual meeting in Shreveport from Oct. 11 to l3. I thought perhaps you might be able to go, as I don’t see how I can make it. I gave them some pointers on how to (censored) construct their news releases so that they will be used. They can't understand why our releases are used and theirs are not - They are all very anxious to have the meeting of SCEF and SCLC leadership and staff so that we can all work together more effectively. People at the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee are also most anxious to work with us and to seek our help in working out a program, Jane Stembridge is looking forward to a session with Anne during the SNOC meeting Oct. 14 to 16.
That summarizes work to date. Must be off to Albany and Tallahassee Francis end Betty Walter join in warmest best wishes to you and the staff.
|Myles Horton, Eleanor Roosevelt, |
and Jim Stokely, a writer from
Newport, Tennessee. Highlander
|IDENTIFIED COMMUNIST Pete Seeger |
who wrote the lyrics for the
battle song of the civil rights
and New Left movements, “We Shall
Overcome,” photographed as he
entertained trainees at Highlander,
Labor Weekend, 1957.
MARTIN LUTHER KING (actually M. L. King, Jr.) (1), above, is seen in
1957 photo at Highlander Folk School (for Communist training) with
(2) Abner W. Berry of the Central Committee of the CPUSA, (3) Aubrey
Williams, president of the Communist front, the Southern Conference
Educational Fund, and (4) Myles Horton, director of the school.
Located at Monteagle, Tennessee, the school was closed down by the
state of Tennessee; but an offspring is now thriving at Knoxville.
Martin Luther King, Jr. speaking at Highlander's 25th Anniversary, August-September, inside Highlander Library (Source)
From FBI FOIA Vault PDF File: 1958 newspaper reports on Highlander Folk School in which is revealed that Hillary Clinton's role model, Eleanor Roosevelt, was a donor to the Highlander School.
King's judgment, however, have not been restricted merely to associations with the Communists and SCEF and Highlander Folk School. In 1955, King hired Bayard Rustin as a secretary and "advisor." King has described Rustin as "a brilliant, efficient and dedicated organizer and one of the best and most persuasive interpreters of nonviolence." (Washington Post, August 11, 1961) One of Rustin’s interpretations of "nonviolence" was given in Richmond, Virginia in September 1963, when he suggested "that more bloody Negro suffering should be encouraged so that squeamish northern Negroes would be horrified into line … (Richmond News Leader, September 27, 1963.)
In 1960, when Rustin ceased to be a full-time advisor to Dr. King, he was replaced later in the year by a man sometimes known as Hunter Pitts O’Dell. O’Dell sometimes operates under the names of Jack H. O’Dell; at other times, John Vesey or Ben Jones. O’Dell does, however, know what he is doing. Information received by the House Committee on Un-American Activities revealed that O’Dell was in fact the district organizer for the Communist Party in New Orleans. (St. Louis Globe Democrat, October 26, 1962.)
Wherever King travels, North or South, East or West, he finds police brutality under every bed, If King is correct, virtually all policemen everywhere are by nature a brutal and vicious lot. When King arrived in Los Angeles with his "advisor" Bayard Rustin, as the flames of four days of insurrection were dying down, King blamed the riots on police brutality. Mayor Sam Yorty of Los Angeles contradicted King. Said he:
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