Establishment has turned January into a
period of heavy Martin Luther King indoctrination.
lesson plans envisage brainwashing by
setting the students to revile one
particular segment of the class.
Blue-eyed children recur as popular targets.
(Scroll down to "Citizenship/
The effect is to whip
up hatred against Southerners and
therefore the Founding Peoples
generally; and to trigger anxiety,
stress and guilt amongst such
course no contradiction is allowed.
However, what the
Internet takes, it can also give back.
At least those not imprisoned by Hate
Speech filters can find the
Of course, dissent
from MLK-worship is wildly unpopular. So
some of the sources here are sternly
right-radical, and all are
A good starting point:
This has the powerful Kevin Strom
article also found here,
and some of Senator Jesse Helms'
courageous Congressional Record
insertions also found at here.
wonderful but sadly unfinished project
linked here deals with King's
astonishingly extensive plagiarism,
which, apart from his brutality to
women, is probably the failing most
likely to distress his
This subject was of
course brilliantly opened by Theodore
Pappas' book Plagiarism
and The Culture War: The Writings of
Martin Luther King, Jr., and Other
Note also the
trenchant introduction to the Council of
Conservative Citizens group of postings.
managers of the Great Martin Luther King
Scam have a quite different but
increasing problem: the indignation of
the radical Left. Their position is that
King was so
a Marxist socialist (good) and enemy
of the US Cold War effort (fine), whose
womanizing merely proves his vitality
(who cares - it's private). A good
statement of this view, with the added
ingredient of black supremacism, is
Michael Eric Dyson's remarkable 2000
May Not Get There With You: The True
Martin Luther King, Jr.
For two other
examples of the genre, more concerned
with leftist rather than racial
objectives, click here
are extremely valuable. Of course, they
have better Big Media access than
critics from the right. But, just as
important, they have the facts, which
can be accepted: King was a man of the
Left, an enemy of his country in its
most threatened hour, and a man whose
personal lifestyle matched more closely
that of the bohemian fringe than that of
the country as a whole. Michael
Eric Dyson is quite justified in his
angry protests that the over-publicized
key passage of the Dream speech, about a
color-blind society, in no way
represented King's strategic objectives.
He provides a valuable antidote to the
opportunism of the neoconservative
The simple fact is
that our schools are terrorizing and
intimidating our children with a set of
assertions based on a lie. The objective
is not, and is not intended to be, in
the interests of what the authors of the
Constitution described in their opening
sentence as "ourselves and our
grandchildren will laugh at us in years
to come - IF the record is ever
likely they will despise us.
There remains the
question of King's religious role, which
furnished him such credentials.
about King's apparently approaching
canonization, should tax their ministers
with this most remarkable contribution
by an African American woman. She asks:
Dr Martin Luther King Jr. A
The answer is no.