Who wrote MLK’s speeches?

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MLK was a great speaker – but was he an economic genius?

If this speech was written by him, which I highly doubt, then he should have been at the very least an economic advisor to the President of the day.

This is some heavy social engineering thinking-only a high level think tank analyst could write.

MLK could deliver the words, but would his typical black, poor church audience even have one clue what the hell he was talking about?

Source: Say It Loud!: Great Speeches on Civil Rights and African American Identity – Google Books

If this doesn’t convince you that MLK was a puppet of the elite, a great actor, given to them to lead them nowhere, then I don’t know what will.

Here’s a link

I’m not talking about communism. What I’m talking about is far beyond communism. My inspiration didn’t come from Karl Marx; my inspiration didn’t come from Engels; my inspiration didn’t come from Trotsky; my inspiration didn’t come from Lenin. Yes, I read Communist Manifesto and Das Kapital a long time ago, and I saw that maybe Marx didn’t follow Hegel enough. He took his dialectics, but he left out his idealism and his spiritualism. And he went over to a German philosopher by the name of Feuerbach, and took his materialism and made it into a system that he called “dialectical materialism.” I have to reject that.

Here’s the speech.

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2 thoughts on “Who wrote MLK’s speeches?

  1. tokarski

    i’ve long wondered the same … great topic! For instance, the night before his fake death he gave a speech foreshadowing his death, a real killer, some of the most inspirational words ever uttered. I think MLK was not given to blacks to lead them nowhere as much as to raise them up and then kill hope.

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