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Perversion: Bronze Sculpture Called “The Embrace” Honoring Martin Luther King Jr.

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The statue just looks vile, no doubt intentional and neither I do not care to spend the time figuring out what sickness and witchcraft Esau-Edom desperately worked in there.


One commentator wrote "Honestly , It looks stupid. Why not a bust of the man instead of some tangled up mess of elbows and hands. If you have to show a picture of what the actually art represents is a huge fail. The crowd clapped and cheered until they got a good look at it and then they seem perplexed as what they were looking at. I bet many said "Wow that is one ugly Statue " when they go back in their car to go home."


  • Jeremiah 23:25 | I have heard what the prophets said, that prophesy lies in my name, saying, I have dreamed, I have dreamed.
  • 2 Corinthians 11:14 | And no marvel; for Satan himself is transformed into an angel of light.
  • “There will never be another Black Messiah unless we create him.”
    — J. Edgar Hoover (who may have actually been a Israelite himself, alibi a self-hating one, look at old photos of him)


Martin Luther King Jr. was a false prophet from the Tribe of Judah and a sellout, propped up by the elite of Edom. His speeches were written by his various Amalekite handlers.



  • This article originally appeared on on August 23, 2013.

    WASHINGTON – If not for two spontaneous, subtle, impeccably-timed acts, the iconic phrase “I Have a Dream” delivered by Martin Luther King Jr. on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial may have never been spoken.

    Among King’s inner circle were two people he spoke with virtually every day: his attorney Clarence B. Jones and New York businessman Stanley Levinson. In early July, when it was clear the march would happen, Jones and Levinson met with King regularly and were tasked with drafting a framework for the speech.


WIKIPEDIA: Stanley Levison

  • Stanley David Levison (May 2, 1912 – September 12, 1979) was an American businessman and lawyer who became a lifelong activist in progressive causes. He is best known as an advisor to and close friend of Martin Luther King Jr., for whom he helped write speeches, raise funds, and organize events.

    Early life

    Levison was born in New York City on May 2, 1912, to a Jewish family. Levison attended the University of Michigan, Columbia University, and the New School for Social Research. He received two law degrees from St. John's University. While serving as treasurer of the American Jewish Congress in Manhattan, he aided in the defense of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg. During this period, he worked for a variety of liberal causes.[1]


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