Was the MLK letter right to be sent?
jnn at synfin.org
Wed Jun 26 11:36:50 PDT 2019
On June 26, 2019 9:41:14 AM UTC, Ryan Carboni <33389 at protonmail.com> wrote:
>Which reminds me of a part in Pat Buchanan's "Nixon;s White House
>Wars", where allegedly the FBI was going around trying to get
>journalists to publish based on some information that wouldn't hold up
>in a defamation case.
>>FBI report in new JFK release claims Martin Luther King Jr had
>'all-night sex orgy' at workshop for church ministers, was the father
>of a secret love child and had affairs with three women including
>singer Joan Baez
>“As early as January, 1964, King engaged in another, two-day drunken
>sex orgy in Washington, D.C. Many of those present engaged in sexual
>acts, natural as well as unnatural, for the entertainment of onlookers.
>When one of the females shied away from engaging in an unnatural act,
>King ... discussed how she was to be taught and initiated in this
>respect,” the document reads.
The FBI didn't have any business sending MLK letters telling
him to commit suicide, insinuating blackmail over his sex life.
Fuck the FBI and that little closeted bitch Hoover. They
don't have any business spying on anybody's private lives,
although clearly they do it anyway constantly.
>It is worth noting that recently, live on television, there was a woman
>who claimed to have been raped by Trump, who... decided to salivate at
>the concept of rape in general.
>It is very difficult to point out anything, but I suspect Martin Luther
>King had initial difficulty finding people to join his orgies given the
>upright moral character of so many people in his circles.
>The NXIVM cult is interesting by virtue of how it should be impossible
>for it to be kept secret.
>Sent with [ProtonMail](https://protonmail.com) Secure Email.
-------------- next part --------------
A non-text attachment was scrubbed...
Size: 496 bytes
Desc: not available
More information about the cypherpunks