Michael “Martin Luther” King was a proven plagiarist who copied and stole his doctoral thesis and many of his other writings and speeches, including his most famous “I have a dream” speech.
He was a womanizer who regularly cheated on his wife, being especially fond of White prostitutes. He drank heavily.
Perhaps most profoundly important in explaining his political activism, King was a Communist-trained agitator who attended the Highlander Folk School, a Communist training camp, and was closely advised by Communist handlers throughout his life. They drove his advocacy for a redistribution of wealth, in line with his Marxist ideology.
Are these the values which should be promoted to America’s youth, whether black or White?
Instead, we have an opportunity on January 16th to celebrate the birthday of a true gentleman and courageous hero, Gen. Robert E. Lee. Though born on the 19th, Gen. Lee’s birthdate has often been celebrated as an alternative to honoring the plagiarising Communist drunk, MLK.
As America polarizes and divides, it is most appropriate that the people whose ancestors founded the United States, and attempted to keep it from becoming subverted from their original intent, recognize a leader of the ideal of balkanization. This Monday, remember General Robert Edward Lee.