Copied from the sermon notes of Pastor Don Elmore
March 13, 2022
Scripture Reading: Jeremiah 23:21, 25, 31, 32:
21) “I [the LORD God of Israel] have not sent these prophets, yet they ran: I have not spoken to them, yet they prophesied.
25) I have heard what the prophets said, that prophesy lies in My name, saying, I have dreamed, I have dreamed.
31) Behold I am against the prophets, saith the LORD, that use their tongues, and say, He saith,
32) Behold, I am against them that prophesy false dreams, saith the LORD, and do tell them, and cause my people to err by their lies, and by their lightness; yet I sent them not, nor commanded them: therefore they shall not profit this people at all, saith the LORD.”
Who is Jeremiah writing about? Who are the false prophets who are lying to His covenant people? Who prophesies false dreams which shall not profit His people at all?
The following is from an email that I received from Pastor Lawrence Blanchard. He got it from the American Renaissance website, January 17, 2022. The article was written by Jared Taylor and was named, “Eyewitness Report: A Multi-cultural Inauguration for Virginia”.
“In 2020, Virginia voted 55 percent to 45 percent for Joe Biden over Donald Trump, so Glenn Youngkin’s upset is supposed to herald great things for Republicans. Republicans depend on whites — 85 percent of Mr. Trump’s 2020 voters were white — and the huge crowd at the inauguration was more than overwhelmingly white.
Mr. Youngkin was greatly helped by white voters who were angry about Critical Race Theory taught in school and furious that the governor at that time, a Democrat, Terry McAuliffe, brushed their anger aside. A rising tide of whites are beginning to understand race, but the inauguration proved that the party understands nothing.
From the invocation that invoked Martin Luther King to the benediction that included a blessing in Spanish, it was diversity, start to finish. Black preacher Calvin Duncan gave the opening prayer and quoted Martin Luther King, Jr: ‘Hate cannot drive out hate. Only love can drive out hate.’ I wonder what kind of ‘hate’ he had in mind.
The kind of people at the inauguration —party officials, campaign workers, officer holders — were whiter than white. I don’t know when I’ve seen so much long, blond hair in one place…
The now-contemptible Robert E. Lee [statue] was spirited away by dark of night on December 20, 2020, after standing at Washington’s side for 111 years. He will be replaced by a giant statue of a black woman who stares in a more recent
Like so many Republican events, there must have been more blacks on the podium than in the stands.
Attorney General Jason Miyares (Hispanic) was sworn in by Judge Kevin Duffan (black). Lieutenant Governor Winsome Sears (black) was sworn in — to tumultuous applause from the blondes — by Judge Richard Taylor (black). Glenn Youngkin, (white), was sworn in by a tag team: Bernard Goodwin (black) and Elizabeth McClanahan (white). The shouting and clapping for Winsome Sears certainly equaled that for Glenn Youngkin.
In his inaugural address, Mr. Youngkin regretted ‘the rise of divisiveness in the public square,’ promised to ‘restore trust in government’ and ‘bind the wounds of division,’ mourned ‘the tragic consequences of Covid-19,’ told Virginians they are a ‘resilient and courageous people,’ and proclaimed ‘a new and better day ahead.’
He also told us we lived in ‘the most exceptional nation in history,’ but that it had ‘chapters of great injustice.’ We mustn’t forget that. He praised ‘barrier breakers’ such as Maggie Walker and Douglas Wilder.
I would bet not one person in 500 knew who Maggie Walker was. She was a very light-skinned black woman (1864 – 1934) who started a [usury] bank and was its president. Her house is now preserved by the National Park Service as the Maggie L. Walker National Historic Site.
Douglas Wilder was governor of Virginia from 1990 to 1994 and was the first black since Reconstruction to be elected governor of a state. So far, his house is not a National Historic Site.
Talk of barrier-breaking was a warmup for Mr. Youngkin to thump his lieutenant governor, Winsome Sears. She was born in Jamaica and is the first lady-lieutenant-governor and first non-white woman ever elected to state-wide office in Virginia. The crowd roared itself hoarse over this and then roared some more when Mr. Youngkin boasted that with a Hispanic attorney general, this was ‘the most diverse leadership in commonwealth history.’
Mr. Youngkin, too, quoted MLK: ‘We came on different ships, but we’re in the same boat now.’ ‘Our ship is named Virginia,’ he said, ‘and it’s big enough for the hopes of a diverse people. We welcome all, because the future belongs to all.’ The crowd gurgled with delight.
However, those white people let out their loudest whoops when, in a reference to Critical Race Theory, Mr. Youngkin said, ‘We will remove politics from the classroom and focus on essentials.’ They were not as vocal when he added, ‘And we will teach all of our history, the good and the bad.’
Next was a very dark Indian woman, Suparna Dutta, who fought relaxation of standards at selective Virginia schools because that would mean fewer Asians admitted to the school her son attends. She read Robert Frost’s ‘The Road Not Taken,’ which Mr. Youngkin chose for her. Then came the benediction by Spanish-speaking Pastor Jonathan Avendano of Iglesia Mana del Cielo. Making it to America really does mean mana from heaven.
After him came a ‘blessing dance’ of representatives from the 11 Indian tribes of Virginia, which consisted of tom-tom beating and outlandish chanting. The three newly-sworn-in officials came down from the stands for a personal blessing and to sniff the smoke from the sacred fire.” End of quote.
Let’s summarize the inauguration ceremony of Virginia’s new Republican governor:
- Black preacher, Calvin Duncan, who invoked a Martin Luther King, Jr. (real name, Michael King, Jr., a black Communist) saying in the opening prayer,
- Confederate statue of Christian Robert E. Lee replaced by a statue of a black woman, Barbara Jones,
- Attorney General Jason Miyares, a Hispanic was sworn in by Judge Kevin Duffan a black man,
- Lieutenant Governor Winsome Sears, a black woman was sworn in by Judge Richard Taylor a black man,
- Governor Glenn Youngkin, (white man), was sworn in by a tag team: Bernard Goodwin (black man) and Elizabeth McClanahan (white woman),
- Glenn Younglin inauguration speech praised “barrier breakers” such as Maggie Walker (black woman) and Douglas Wilder (black man),
- His speech also made a quote from a speech made by Michael King, Jr. (black man),
- Suparna Dutta, (native Indian) woman who spoke about school selection,
- Pastor Jonathan Avendano (Hispanic) gave the benediction,
- Representatives of 11 (native Indian) tribes of Virginia gave a “blessing dance” to all those who were victorious in the recent election.
This is the Republican Party. Do you think that they are more pleasing to the LORD God of Israel than their rivals -- the Democratic Party? They both believe in inclusion and diversity. They both favor having as many different races in the positions that they control. They are Universalists. And they all agree with the former leadership of civil rights leader—Dr. Michael King, Jr.
Martin Luther King, Jr., who real name was Michael King, Jr., gave this short (it was supposed to be a 5-minute speech) 15-minute speech in Washington DC in 1963. It might be surprising for some to learn, since Mr. King was a black preacher, that the entire speech was laden with statements which are contrary to the Bible.
How could a so-called “preacher” give such statements that are against what the Bible teaches? If the preacher doesn’t preach the truth, is he preaching heresy? Is he a wolf in sheep’s clothing?
King mentioned in the first part of his unbiblical speech that: “We have also come to this hallowed spot to remind America of the fierce urgency of now. This is no time to engage in the luxury of cooling off or to take the tranquilizing drug of gradualism. Now is the time to make real the promises of democracy. Now is the time to rise from the dark and desolate valley of segregation to the sunlit path of racial justice. Now is the time to lift our nation from the quicksands of racial injustice to the solid rock of brotherhood. Now is the time to make justice a reality for all of God’s children.”
King mentioned that now was the time (almost 59 years ago). It was the time to go from the evil segregation to the good racial justice. It was the time to go from the evil racial injustice to the good brotherhood--for all are God’s children. It wasn’t the promises of Almighty God, but it was the promises of democracy.
A couple of paragraphs later he added:
“The marvelous new militancy which has engulfed the Negro community must not lead us to a distrust of all white people, for many of our white brothers, as evidenced by their presence here today, have come to realize that their destiny is tied up with our destiny. And they have come to realize that their freedom is inextricably bound to our freedom.”
King once again is using the argument that white and black are the same. They are all brothers. This is the universal theme of communism: the brotherhood of mankind.
Then King gets to the dreams that he has had. He calls them dreams, but they are really nightmares to God’s covenant people. Let’s look at four of his dreams and see if there are any verses in the Bible that would collaborate them or any verses that would teach the opposite.
“So even though we face the difficulties of today and tomorrow, I still have a dream. It is a dream deeply rooted in the American dream. I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal.”
This was the first dream that Dr. King said that he had in his speech. Since 1776, there have been approximately 120 declarations of independence made by different countries and different peoples that use the same five words that our used in our own Declaration of Independence. Our Declaration of Independence was written by Thomas Jefferson, a slaveholder.
1776 NORTH AMERICA
“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.” Thomas Jefferson, The Declaration of Independence, Second Continental Congress, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
The second one adds two more words to the phrase:
1848 UNITED STATES
“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men [and women] are created equal.” Elizabeth Cady Stanton, The Declaration of Rights and Sentiments, Women’s Rights Convention, Seneca Falls, New York
Then we will look at four more:
1863 UNITED STATES
“Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent a new nation, conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.” President Abraham Lincoln, Gettysburg Address, Gettysburg Battlefield, Pennsylvania
1973 UNITED STATES
“All men are created equal and they are endowed with certain inalienable rights . . . that’s what America is. No matter how hard you try, you cannot erase those words from the Declaration of Independence.” Harvey Milk. Harvey Milk was a son of Lithuanian jewish parents. The most famous LGBTQ+ official ever elected in the United States. He was assassinated and posthumously awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2009 San Francisco, California
“We believe -- and we believe it so deeply that Americans know these words by heart -- we believe that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among those are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.” President Ronald Reagan, Shanghai, China
2013 UNITED STATES
“What makes us exceptional -- what makes us American -- is our allegiance to an idea articulated in a declaration made more than two centuries ago: ‘We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.’” President Barack Obama, Second Inaugural Address, Washington, DC
Here we have given several examples that used this phrase that was said by many diverse individuals of different gods; from a celebrated pervert, to a radical feminist leader to a communist mongrel president of the United States. They all said the same phrase in speeches that they made. And they all meant by that phrase the unbiblical notion that all individuals of the world are created equal.
But what was really meant by the phrase, “all men are created equal” in the Declaration of Independence? It was written, of course, by a slaveholder—Thomas Jefferson—and politically correct historians mock him, for that very reason, as a hypocrite. But they do so by ignoring what he meant.
When Jefferson wrote “all men are created equal” in the preamble to the Declaration, he was not talking about individual equality. Jefferson wasn’t saying that all the men of the world, no matter what behavior they may possess are equal: Gypsies, Jews, Arabs, native Indians, New Guinea savages, sodomites, Zulus, slaves, criminals, serial murderers, servants, child molesters, mentally retarded, slaves, anti-Christs, etc. What? If he wasn’t talking about individual equality, then what was he talking about?
What Jefferson meant by that now misinterpreted phrase, was that the American colonists, as a people, had the same rights of self-government as other peoples. They could therefore declare independence, create new governments and assume their “separate and equal station” among other nations. For all [white] men [who own property] are created equal.
An article written by Joseph Gerth, columnist for USA TODAY NETWORK, in the Opinion page of the Cincinnati Enquirer, Page 2B, February 10, 2022, said that:
“When 41 of the 56 signers of the Declaration of Independence sat around talking about ‘self-evident truths that all men are created equal’ they did it while sitting around sipping tea brewed by their slaves, inside homes constructed with bricks made by slaves…the fact is the Declaration was never intended to apply to Black [or Jews, Orientals, mongrels, Arabs, etc.] people, or women [of all races] for that matter.”
The history of our nation bears this out:
- In the beginning of our nation only white men who owned property could hold office or vote. That means that all Negroes, Jews, Arabs, Orientals, etc. men and women could not vote or hold office. That means that all white women could not vote or hold office. That means that all white men who did not own property could not vote or hold office.
- It wasn’t until after the War of Northern Aggression (almost 90 years after the nation began) that Black men received the right to vote and hold office. Black women could not vote or hold office, only Black men.
- And it wasn’t until after the First World War (1920, almost 140 years since the nation began) that some women of some races received the right to vote.
- In 1965, (almost 185 years since the founding of this nation) under the Voting Rights Act most minority women received the right to vote.
- Now, 2022, it is practically everyone who is alive and over 18 years old has the right to vote. Even some of those who are here illegally.
The work to secure the vote for all races and both genders has created, in the minds of the liberals, a more equitable society. It is that promise of equality that many now say has always defined our constitutional creed, but it is a distortion of fact. It wasn’t that way when the nation began…it took almost 200 years to change who did the voting in America. It changed from a Republic to a Democracy.
But do you know that after the War was fought between the two nations, the Confederate soldier and those who helped him, were stripped of their right to vote until almost eight years later? Here is a brief summary of what happened in the South after the War ended:
- In many or most states, the Confederate soldier and those who supported them were stripped of their right to vote until 1873.
- The Confederate soldier was denied his right to serve on juries.
- Land was confiscated in the name of the Freedman’s Act, but little if any land ever went to freed slaves. Most went to rich Yankee carpetbaggers or scallywags.
- They were denied participation in the homestead act. A German who just arrived could get free land in Alabama, but someone who came from a squatter’s shack in Tennessee could not.
- Many prisoners never even made it home. The South had Andersonville, but the North had a dozen Andersonvilles.
- One of the reasons the South was so bitter after the War wasn’t even because of losing the war, but because the poor White people who did most of the fighting and dying were punitively punished.
- This is one of the reasons the South became extremely resistant to liberalism and became extremely racist.
- The land of opportunity and streets of gold that were promised to the immigrants still in many cases haven’t materialized for people who have been here 300–400 years, White or Black. However, while programs now exist for almost all non-White minority groups, the poor White Southerners still live in a world that hates him; minorities think because he is White he has it easy, and other White people look at him like he is trash. He is blamed for slavery, he is told he can’t be proud of his heritage (something every other group is allowed to be), his very continued existence is summed up as one based on racism (as if a culture can be summed up by an attitude), he is alternately told he is different and worse yet also told he is not different and American.
TWO MAIN SONGS
There are two main songs, one from each side that are sung with great pride:
“The Battle Hymn of the Republic” written by the Poet, Julia Ward Howe. Howe took dead aim at slavery in her lyrics. She and her husband were strong abolitionists and were members of the Unitarian “Church of the Disciples”, pastored by the well-known Unitarian transcendentalist, James Freeman Clarke. They rejected the exclusive doctrine of spiritual redemption of Christianity and instead accepted the universal unchristian doctrine that all human beings, no matter what their religion or race, are capable of redemption.
As Charles A. Jennings said in his article against the “Battle Hymn of the Republic”: “They supported the infamous murdering rampage of Harper’s Ferry when John Brown was condemned to die. Mrs. Howe believed that John Brown’s death will be holy and glorious. John Brown will glorify the gallows like Jesus glorified the cross.”
Included in one verse of the hymn were the words “let us die to make men free”—to fight to end slavery, in other words. Howe’s new words also angered southerners. Not only did the song give a desire for an end to slavery, this “hymn”—a holy, church song—claimed that God was on the North’s side.
The other song is “Dixie Land”. This lively song of the South was written in New York City by a northern composer named Dan Emmett. Even stranger, “Dixie Land” was often featured in minstrel shows—white performers who painted their hands and faces black and acted out stereotypes of former slaves. But the song became the unofficial anthem of the South.
The gravesite of Emmett has the following written on his gravestone:
To the Memory of Daniel Decatur Emmett
Whose song ‘Dixie Land’ inspired the courage and devotion of the Southern People and now thrills the hearts of a reunited nation.
But be it be noted that there were many different lyrics that have been given to the same tune. During the war, its lyrics were changed to make it a battle song. One such song was written by the master freemason, Confederate General, Albert Pike in 1861. He was the author of the book called “Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry” published in 1871, the first of several editions. He was an extra-ordinary man: an author, poet, orator, editor, lawyer, jurist and Confederate general who served as an associate justice of the Arkansas Supreme Court in exile from 1864 to 1865.
He had previously served as a senior officer of the Confederate States Army, commanding the District of Indian Territory in the Trans-Mississippi Theater. A prominent member of the Freemasons, Pike served as the Sovereign Grand Commander of the Supreme Council, Scottish Rite (Southern Jurisdiction, USA) from 1859 to 1889.
“I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character. I have a dream today.”
This was the fourth dream that Mr. King said that he had. America has changed from its beginning. It used to be a predominant Caucasian nation with a small percentage of other races living in it. But after the War Between the Two Nations, it slowly changed to a diverse country of many different races. Michael King, Jr., in his speech, had a dream that there would be no judgment made of what race a person was, but would be judged by the content of their character.
But he didn’t stop and think before he said these words about the individuals who believe that Jesus was only a mixed-racial man. These individuals deny that He is the Son of God and they also deny His resurrection. There are people who have a genetic hatred for our Savior and Kinsman Redeemer. In fact, their “holy” books say that Jesus is now in hell, boiling in a hot cauldron of body fluids.
Is this a content of their character? If it is, especially for a so-called “preacher”, then why does he call the people who worship other gods and either hate or are indifferent or are ignorant of the God of the Bible as being one with the people of God? Isn’t a Christian, like ancient Israel, only to worship ONE God?
“I have a dream that one day down in Alabama with its vicious racists, with its governor [George Wallace] having his lips dripping with the words of interposition and nullification, one day right down in Alabama little Black boys and Black girls will be able to join hands with little white boys and white girls as sisters and brothers. I have a dream today.”
This is the fifth dream that Michael King, Jr. said that he had. It was a dream that the vicious racists in Alabama would cease to exist. First of all, are all racists vicious? And are all racists ignorant of what the Bible teaches? Does the Bible teach that good Christians are racists? Does the Bible teach that the God of Israel is a racist? Did God become the king of the Israel nation or all nations of the world? Does the Bible teach or does Mr. King’s dream teach that black and white children are brothers and sisters? Are they both descended from the same group of parents from the same kindred? Were the ancient Israelites to live in peace and integrate with the seven Canaanite nations in the Promised Land?
“And when this happens, and when we allow freedom ring, when we let it ring from every village and every hamlet, from every state and every city, we will be able to speed up that day when all of God’s children, Black men and White men, Jews and Gentiles, Protestants and Catholics, will be able to join hands and sing in the words of the old Negro spiritual: Free at last. Free at last. Thank God Almighty, we are free at last.”
This paragraph that concludes Michael King’s most famous speech (the speech which was plagiarized from a 1952 address by a black “preacher” named Archibald Carey), tells the truth of why it is so heretical, despite the approval from most of the people in the United States:
“…when all of God’s children:
- Black men and White men,
- Jews and Gentiles,
- Protestants and Catholics
will be able to join hands and sing the words of the old Negro spiritual: Free at last. Free at last. Thank God almighty, we are free at last.”
King said that all six categories of people—Blacks and Whites, Jews and Gentiles, Protestants and Catholics were all God’s children. What about the Orientals, unless he included them in the term Gentiles, by which he probably meant were all non-Jews? What about all the vicious racists in the state of Alabama? Did he mean that they are God’s children? What about the Arabs, Jews and pagan people who believe doctrine that is opposite of what the LORD God taught? Are they God’s children?
What did this revered black “preacher” mean when he said in his speech that all Black and White men were God’s children? Does the Bible agree with his statement? How many of Christ’s Apostles were Black? How many of Jesus’ 72 disciples were Black? How many black countries did Jesus or His Apostles or His disciples go to and preach to? Was Abraham black? Was Abraham white? Was Abraham Oriental? That is the question. For the covenant was made with Abraham. Whatever race Abraham was, his pure children are the children of God. It was not universal.
What did he mean when he said that all Jews and Gentiles were God’s children? Did he mean all Jews? Sephardic, Hassidic, Ashkenazi, Edomite, Kenite, Asiatic, Negro, Indian, Canaanite, Reformed, Orthodox, etc. The Jews are anti-Christian. He didn’t mention that they do not believe that Jesus is the Son of God. He did not mention that they believe that He was the offspring of Mary, the harlot, and a Roman soldier. He did not mention that they belief Jesus was a mixed-seed bastard. He did not mention that they deny His resurrection.
Who were the people that Jesus said their father was the devil?
John 8:44: “Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father ye will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own: for he is a liar, and the father of it.”
Jesus said to the Pharisaic Jews that God was NOT their father. If God was not their father, they could NOT be His children. Whose children would they be? You would have to have God as your father to be one of God’s children. The New International Version of the Bible says that these verses are talking about “The Children of the Devil.” Who are these people?
What did he mean when he used the term “Gentiles” as being the children of God? Mr. King meant the rest of the world’s population; i.e. all the non-jews. Mexicans, Whites, Negroes, Orientals are all Gentiles in Mr. King’s way of thinking. His view is universal. He is saying that there is not a person on the earth who is not one of God’s children.
And what did he mean by saying that all Protestants and Catholics are all God’s children? The basis of the Catholic (universal) religion is the Mass. Protestants hate the mass, and they used to hate the Mass of Christ, but today most have been fooled to celebrate it by giving gifts to one another.
Most Protestants hate transubstantiation, idolatry, the rosary, the large structured priesthood, universalism, praying through the saints and the mother of Jesus, the Eucharist, infant sprinkling or baptism, the popes, the celibacy of the clergy, the liturgy of the service, the Mass, the Catholic Church’s holidays and saints, etc.
WHAT WAS KING’S CHARACTER?
Let’s go back and look at King’s fourth dream: “I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character. I have a dream today.”
Let’s judge Mr. King by the content of his character. Michael King, who also plagiarized passages in his dissertation for a doctoral degree at Boston University as well as many papers that he submitted at Morehouse and Crozer theological seminary was also a known womanizer. There are many allegations about Mr. King’s extramarital sexual habits and conflicts within his family. Would these multiple fornications strongly tarnish the myths of this man who was the winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964?
King had many extramarital affairs—some with white women. In fact, he had one such affair the night before he was assassinated. But to the many supporters of Dr. King, the allegations are nothing more than another attempt to detract from his accomplishments.
In King’s biography it briefly describes a serious relationship between King and a young whitewoman around the same age, named Betty Moitz. They had met at Crozer Theological Seminary, in Chester, Pennsylvania, at the time, where King was a divinity student from the age of 19 until 22, when he graduated in May 1951. In his book, Bearing the Cross, Garrow quoted a close friend and mentor of King’s at the time, Rev. Pius J. Barbour, who said the relationship had left King as a “man with a broken heart. He never recovered.”
At the time it was against the law in the United States for a mixed-racial marriage to occur. It wasn’t until 1967 when the US Supreme Court ruled that mixed-racial marriages were now legal. He was clearly old enough and mature enough to know even at the time that his decision on Betty would change the course of his life. And perhaps he even had a small idea of what his life would mean for the course of history.
Documents describing secret FBI recordings allege that Martin Luther King, Jr. had affairs with 40 women and watched as a woman got raped in the 1960s. In the UK magazine Standpoint, it details newly released FBI memos that discuss the tapes. The tapes — sealed for about 50 years in the US National Archives — hold recordings from bugs placed in hotel rooms King used in the 1960s, when they suspected his aide Stanley Levison was a Communist.
From the FBI sealed report comes the stories of an illicit love affair with the wife of a prominent Negro dentist in Los Angeles, California. “He fathered a baby girl, born to this woman inasmuch as her husband is allegedly sterile”; page 20.
It was reported in this secret FBI file that King was having illicit love affairs with three other women, one of whom was Joan Baez, the national known folk singer. “As can be seen from the above, it is a fact that King not only regularly indulges in adulterous acts but enjoys the abnormal by engaging in group sexual orgies”; page 20.
On page 5 of this secret FBI report on King, submitted on March 12, 1968.
“The reason King enjoyed this close relationship with communists is best explained by the fact that Levison, in February, 1962, passed the word to Gus Hall, General Secretary of CPUSA [Communist Party USA], ‘King is a whole-hearted Marxist who has studied it (Marxism), believes in it and agrees with it, but because of his being a minister of religion, does not dare to espouse it publicly”…The feeling within the CPUSA at that time was, and still is, that King definitely follows a Marxist-Leninist line; (page 5).
The “I Have a Dream” speech was not entirely written by Michael King, Jr. Most speeches of famous people, even the books that they say that they write, are not written by them. They are written by ghost writers; writers that are paid to write speeches and books.
The first part of this speech was spoken word-for-word from the writing of his attorney, Clarence Jones; the moneyman of the movement. Rockefeller was a big donor to the SCLC. Nelson once gave $100,000 cash to this communist organization.
The last half of the speech was just made up by Michael as he thought back to some of his old speeches that he had given. “I had a dream” and “Let freedom ring” were the two phrases that were repeated often in this speech. He discarded the rest of his notes and he adlibbed the final part of his speech.
A. Phillip Randolph was an avid communist, who created the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, the very first prominent Black labor organization. He was the person who said he wanted a march on Washington.
Well that should be enough. Michael King, Jr. was associated with Communists, was sympathetic to Communists and even spoke with the platform of the Communists. He was a womanizer, both black and white.
So, what happens to him? The United States of America makes him a martyr. They name streets in many of their large cities after him. They create a new holiday for a man who was never was elected to anything; Martin Luther King, Jr., a first-rate Communist. I did what he had dreamed, I judged him on his character!
America is no longer a Christian Republic. It hasn’t been one for over 150 years. It is now a jewish Communist “democracy”. They have changed our statues, our holidays, and our way of life. They have heated the “frog” to death by slowly raising the temperature of the water that he was in. It has taken over two hundred years.
We have renamed several streets, buildings, and welfare groups after this leader of the unbiblical jewish-led civil rights movement. We have ignored his plagiarizing, illegal sexual affairs, unwed child, and other sinful behavior to glorify this supposed hero of the Negro race. And to boot, we now celebrate a holiday in his name in honor of all the work that he did to help integrate our country.
Martin Luther King, Jr. was not a preacher of our LORD, but was a Communist who taught universalism. His name is lifted up as one of heroes of our nation. Nothing is said in the media that is against him, or against what he believed, or against what he stood for. Nothing is mentioned that he was of the group that is our enemy; the enemy of Christianity—jewish Communism.
We have a dream too. But it is not the dream of the communists—it is the dream of the promises of our God that He made at the covenant ceremony of our fathers. And what did our LORD God say about prophets who say that they had a personal dream (Jeremiah 23)?
What is the Christian remnant in the Western nations of Israelites to do? They are as outnumbered and over-powered as our fathers were when they were on the eastern side of the Jordon River waiting till their LORD told them to begin to take the land by war.
The remnant of modern-day Israel should do everything in their power to exercise complete devotion to their LORD God by obeying His commandments. They should assert their Christian duty to hold fast to every Christian liberty in order to survive the radical push to turn America into a full-fledged radical anti-Christian police state.
They should help build a community of devoted, Christ-centered Israelites who should set their hearts and minds to the work of Christian dominion and fulfill the command to separate from the earth and occupy until Christ returns. As the LORD God fulfilled the covenant promises in giving them the Promised Land, so He will fulfill the covenant promises once again to His people by saving us from our sinful ways.
“Praise ye the LORD. Praise ye the name of the LORD; praise Him, O ye servants of the LORD.
Ye that stand in the house of the LORD, in the courts of the house of our God,
Praise the LORD; for the LORD is good: sing praises unto His name; for it is pleasant.
For the LORD hath chosen Jacob unto Himself, and Israel for his peculiar treasure.
For I know that the LORD is great, and that our Lord is above all gods.”
Blessed be the LORD God of Israel.