It’s no surprise to me that FBI information about Martin Luther King Jr., reportedly engaged in affairs, participated in orgies, had a love child, etc… was included in the recently released documents on President John F Kennedy. Seriously, with all of the powerful, “primarily white” men in the movie and media industry currently being accused of sexual misconduct, sexual harassment, sexual abuse and rape (for the first time that I can remember) actually being held accountable, forced to respond, investigated, etc.. Plus these men are loosing jobs, being kicked out of professional organizations, having contracts for future work voided, being investigated by the police, etc… I don’t know if it’s related but it’s quite possible that the team of advisors responsible for 45 fear his name also being brought up again, with women violating the none-disclosure, and 45 being investigated by local, state, federal or inter-national law enforcement. This is concern from 45’s advisors is even more probable considering the fact that the GOP has asked Roy Moore of Alabama to consider stepping aside and withdrawing from the election based upon reports that he was sexually inappropriate with teenage girls, at least one as young as 14, when he was in his 30’s. It’s not that I’m a conspiracy theorist but I can’t help but think that these men would consider a report on Martin Luther King Jr sexual behaviors as a great dis-traction to all of the attention that they’re currently receiving.
Simply put, the white man has a history of projecting their crimes on to the black man by accusing the black man of lusting after the white woman while in fact it was the white man who was lusting after, and raping, the black girl and woman.
The FBI released files containing allegations about the late Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s political and personal life, documents collected during a time when the FBI used it’s surveillance and tried to discredit the civil rights leader.
A newly released secret FBI dossier on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. alleges that the noted civil rights leader was “a slow thinker” who had ties to the Community Party, used the Southern Christian Leadership Council as “a tax dodge,” and engaged in a string of extramarital affairs and sex orgies that produced a love child.
(BTW This Suicide Letter was released unredacted a few years ago) FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover made headlines by calling Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. the “most notorious liar in the country.” Hoover made the comment in front of a group of female journalists ahead of King’s trip to Oslo where he received the 1964 Nobel Peace Prize, becoming the youngest recipient of the prize. While Hoover was trying to publicly discredit King, the agency also sent King an anonymous letter threatening to expose the civil rights leader’s extramarital affairs. The unsigned, typed letter was written in the voice of a disillusioned civil rights activist, but it is believed to have been written by one of Hoover’s deputies, William Sullivan. The letter concluded by saying, “King, there is only one thing left for you to do. You know what it is. … You are done. There is but one way out for you. You better take it before your filthy, abnormal fraudulent self is bared to the nation.”