All Governments Lie: America’s More Than Most


All governments lie. America’s more than most. American’s live in a intricate web of lies; from the conspiracy in the murder of JFK, MLK, RFK, the War on drugs, the invasion of Panama and the murder of thousands of Panamanians, Iraq, Libya, Syria, Gladio to practically everything that our government forces down our collective, subservient throats. From Climate Change to the term conspiracy itself are built around lies and deceptions designed to increase the power of the State and those in the shadows that rule it. The Deep State or whatever one wishes to call it, the CIA and the FBI and every presidential administration since at least FDR has propagated intricate false “facts” and emotional memes designed to either cover their criminal tracks or to herd the American consensus towards a desired end that is usually in stark opposition to our once held deepest values.  

Even though the FBI has finally admitted that they were involved in the murder of Martin Luther King, almost 20 years after a civil court with a full jury trial found that for the King family and concluded that the government was, indeed, directly involved in the murder. How many Americans even know this much? How many times has it been discussed on the mainstream media? I think you know the answer to that one. (Hell, the media even continues to propagate the lie that Jesse Jackson was on the porch when the shot fired and killed King, he was not. He came out long afterwards and cradled his head for the photographer, a tad disgusting in my opinion)

Nearly 50 years since the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the FBI and Memphis Police Department have sparingly released information implicating themselves or members of their agencies in facilitating and directly causing the untimely death of Dr. King. Although the Justice Department officially claims James Earl Ray assassinated MLK, a civil suit later determined that a Memphis cop was involved in a conspiracy to murder the civil rights leader.

During a rainstorm on February 1, 1968, two black sanitation workers in Memphis lost their lives when the truck’s compactor accidentally triggered. On that same day, 22 black sewer workers were sent home without pay while their white coworkers received compensation. Less than two weeks later, over a thousand black sanitation workers went on strike wearing placards reading, “I AM A MAN.”

On March 18, 1968, Dr. King spoke at a rally in Memphis promising to lead a march later in the month supporting the striking sanitation workers. According to the House Select Committee on Assassinations, a black civil rights group named the Invaders sabotaged the March 28 demonstration by distributing hundreds of two by two sticks attached to placards into the hands of impressionable black children caught breaking store windows. The Invaders allegedly incited violence against Dr. King’s orders of peaceful resistance.

Because of the violence perpetrated during the March 28 demonstration, the city of Memphis filed a formal complaint against Dr. King and his associates within the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC). On the last day of his life, Dr. King spent most of his time with Dr. Ralph Abernathy of the SCLC. While Rev. Andrew “Andy” Young of the SCLC had convinced U.S. District Court Judge Bailey Brown to allow Dr. King to organize a peaceful march scheduled for April 8, Dr. King was preparing for dinner with Rev. Samuel “Billy” Kyles.

Source: FBI & Memphis Police Have Admitted Their Role in the Assassination of Dr. King

Court Decision US Government Agencies Found Guilty in Martin Luther Kings Assassination