...US government that we are responsible who in 1999 was found guilty of his assassination: http://www.lewrockwell.com/orig12/dougl … 1.1.1.html
Interesting Ms Dee!!!
So, his Poor People's Campaign is what got him killed? Makes sense if you look around today, and see who is profiting.
"to change the distribution of wealth and power in the U.S.A. – as Dr. King's vision, if made real, would have done in 1968 –"
Makes it crystal clear, how desperate Paulson was for those banks to get bailed out!! Even to the point of declaring Marshall Law!
And..the MOST importan thing, they just HAD to have was a tax-cut for the very wealthy, or all other gvt would stand still. MOST important thing of all......very strange.
Very interesting read--thank you!--, and so sad and infuriating! Don't they know, "Only after you have destroyed everything, will you learn that You can't eat money"?
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