The Myth of Martin Luther King and Abe Lincoln: Founders of the New Morality by Charles Taylor

One of the central figures who began the present regime of politically correct morality is Martin Luther King, and Martin Luther King Day is, in the United States, on the third Monday in January each year here in the United States, an honour bestowed upon no other American. The media go into a frenzy of adulation for “Dr” King. Does he deserve this?

First, his name is Michael King. King was the son of a black preacher known as “Daddy King.” In 1935 Daddy King decided to name himself after the Protestant reformer Martin Luther, and he asked his congregation to refer to his son as “Martin Luther King Jr.” However, the name change was never legalised and there is no evidence that King was ever bothered by this.

Theodore Papas, Plagiarism and the Cultural War: The Writings of Martin Luther King Jr, and Other Prominent Americans (Hallberg Publishing, Tampa, 1998), documented King’s extensive pirating of the Boston University dissertation of Jack S. Boozer:

King’s sermons were often plagiarised, as were sections of his autobiography. Even his famous “I Have a Dream” speech was taken from the black Archibald Carey:

Boston University, according to the New York Times of October 11, 1991, p. 15, found plagiarism by King, but refused to withdraw his PhD:

If King was white, he would have been stripped of his PhD and considered a cheater and a disgrace. But because King was a radical black communist, he was adored by the establishment.

The FBI made secret tapes of King. Judge John Smith Jr on January 31, 1977, sealed the FBI tapes on King until the year 2027. What is the establishment concealing? For starters, as a so-called religious man and preacher, King indulged in adulterous sex, and a lot of it. King’s aids used Southern Christian Leadership Conference tax-exempt money to use white prostitutes to perform sex acts with King, usually two at a time. According to the New York Times of October 13 1989, page 14, King spent his last night on earth having sex with two women at a motel (neither his wife) and physically beating up a third. But as King was a useful communist, none of this matters.
But Donald Trump’s “locker room” talk was a hanging offence, alone rendering him unfit to be president. Double standards, all the way down.

A recent article discussing King’s sexual shortcomings and violence towards women is by Kathy Shaidle at, October 18, 2016, and as well

The icons of the new morality, upon close examination, have feet of clay. This is so as well for “honest” Abraham Lincoln. It has been soundly argued by J. R. Kennedy and W. D. Kennedy in their book The South was Right (Pelican Publishing, 1997), that it is a myth to view Abraham Lincoln as an emancipator, humanitarian and liberal. Lincoln’s “Emancipation Proclamation” was a war measure which declared free only those slaves held within “any state or designated part of a State the people whereof shall be in rebellion against the United States.”
Nothing was said about slaves within states which Lincoln had control, such as West Virginia. Rather, Lincoln declared free those slaves over whom he had no control. In other words, he encouraged a slave insurrection in the South.

Lincoln was no liberal, and in a speech in Charleston Illinois, September 18, 1858, he said:
“I will say then, that I am not now, nor ever have been, in favor of bringing about in any way, the social and political equality of the white and black races…that I am not now, nor ever have been, in favor of making voters or jurors of Negroes, nor of qualifying them to hold office, nor to intermarry with white people; and I will say, in addition to this, that there is a physical difference between the white and black races which I believe will forever forbid the two races living together on terms of social and political equality.”
See R. W. Johannsen (ed.), The Lincoln-Douglas Debate of 1858, (Oxford University Press, 1965), pp. 162-163.

Lincoln also wanted to send American blacks back to Africa, “to transfer the African to his native clime,” as he said in a debate with Stephen Douglas. Lincoln was thus a hard-core racist, by today’s standard.

Lincoln supported 400 young southern women and children being kept in the open town square of Roswell for almost a week, with the young girls being continuously raped. General William Sherman believed that peace could not be achieved until much of the southern population was exterminated. He directed his energies towards destroying southern farms, leaving women and children to starve.
In New Manchester, wedding rings were pulled from ladies’ hands, factories destroyed and workers shipped out of the south.
Ninety percent of the town of Alexandria was destroyed by Northern soldiers in a “slash and burn” mission.

In 1864 in Charleston, South Carolina, the North used 600 southern POWs in front of the Northern position so that the Confederate had to shell their own people. General “Beast” Butler issued the decree that any Union officer could treat the ladies of New Orleans as if they were prostitutes. Lincoln knew about all of this, and did nothing.

Abraham Lincoln is the man General George McLellan called the “Royal Ape.” Alive today, he would have almost certainly have got his reactionary view of blacks back on-line. Lincoln’s war was supported by Marx and Engels. Lincoln, rumoured to be a bi-sexual, was the historical progenitor of today’s largely self-inflicted white genocide. He is no hero, but was a war criminal:



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