Martin Luther King Jr

TARGETING AFRICAN LEADERS AND THEIR MOVEMENTS

There is an interesting book published in 1992 titled The Judas Factor: The Plot to Kill Malcolm X by Karl Evanzz. This book is not only about the assassination of Malcolm X but it also discusses the assassinations of Patrice Lumumba, Martin Luther King Jr, JFK, the overthrow of Kwame Nkrumah and other high profile assassinations and toppling of popularly elected governments around the world.

What most people need to understand is that there are ruling families in Europe and the US who control the world and are responsible for these assassinations, the overthrow of popularly elected governments, destroying people’s movements and the mess that is engulfing the entire globe. They meet every year under the auspices of a secretive organisation called the Bilderberg Group a few days before the G8 summit. The G8 countries take the cue from the Bilderberg Group.

There is also an intricately woven web of secret societies in Europe, South and North America which control the world and want to establish a dictatorial one-world government under the guise of “a new world social, political and economic order”. This is the stuff students will never be taught even at doctorate level at all the varsities in the world.

A few months ago, the SABC’s After Eight Debate show hosted by Tim Modise held a discussion about the world’s economic recession. One of the guests on the show was an economist named Dawie Roodt. I called and asked them if they knew anything about the Bilderberg Group. All the three guests including show host Tim Modise said they didn’t have a clue what the Bilderberg Group was and Tim Modise asked me to explain what it was which I did. I wanted to know, especially from Roodt how they expected to find a solution to the recession without factoring in the people who control the world’s economy, without even knowing about their existence.

THE SUPREME IRONY OF NOBEL PEACE PRIZE

Irony – a figure of speech in which the literal meaning is the opposite of the intended meaning; used in ridicule, contempt or humor. Liter – technique often used in writing satire; a method of expression in which the author veils his real meaning behind plot or character development which portrays the opposite. An outcome opposed to that which one has been lead to expect. (The New Websteras Comprehensive Dictionary of the English Language)

The gym where I work out has several television screens tuned to a variety of stations. I went to the gym early on Friday because I had a full day of activities: a memorial service later that morning, I had to get back home to finish packing and head to Cheyney University for Homecoming Weekend. I was amused when I saw on the television monitor tuned to CNN that Barack Obama had been awarded the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize! I have always wondered what the criteria was for one to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.

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