Friday, October 23, 2015

James Earl Ray Martin Luther King Assassin Working for KGB Communists?

James Earl Ray Martin Luther King Assassin --- ===

April 4, 1968 Martin Luther King was killed by a single rifle bullet on , while standing on the second-floor balcony of the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee. Shortly after the shot was fired, witnesses saw a man believed to be James Earl Ray fleeing from a rooming house across the street from the Lorraine Motel. Ray had been renting a room in the house at the time. A package was dumped close to the site that included a rifle and a binocular, both found with Ray's fingerprints. He supposedly acted alone, but seemed to get a lot of mysterious help, as if he were some kind of intelligence agency operative. He left lots of clues that he was some kind of a right wing racist, he supported segregationist George Wallace and tried to escape to racist segregationist Rhodesia. In 2015 Dylan Roof attacked a predominantly black Christian church and killed its pastor, he had posted pictures to tell the world he admired the confederacy and its legacy of southern US racism and Rhodesia.

Alternative Theory: Was it an attack by an American enemy who wanted to replace King's leadership with more radical people favored by communists?

also see Martin Luther King Conspiracy Theories

Similar: JFK, RFK
  • JFK: Why The Communists Killed Kennedy- Our Media Love Castro & His “Progressive” Fellow Travelers More Than They Want The Facts About The Kennedy Assassination Assassin Lee Harvey Oswald was a communist member of the pro-Castro Fair Play for Cuba Committee and, after his arrest, tried to reach Communist Party USA attorney John Abt to act as his counsel.... his mother, atheist Madalyn Murray O’Hair, was a communist who was ordered to report to an office of the Fair Play for Cuba Committee and destroy any references in the files to Oswald’s involvement with the group.  “We know Oswald was in the Russian embassy in Mexico City. We even know who he talked to"  Oswald met with a Soviet KGB espionage agent connected with KGB Department Thirteen, which was in charge of assassinations.  German newsman Wilfried Huismann showed in German TV his historic documentary "Rendezvous with Death" exposing Soviet controlled Fidel Castro as the mastermind behind the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
  • RFK Sirhan Sirhan was communist Palestinian terrorist: MEMORANDUM Sirhan’s car parked at W.E.B. DuBois Clubs meetings, Attorney General of the United States branded as under direction of communists, openly call for revolution and the violent overthrow of the American government and the destruction of capitalism. The postman said he had delivered to Sirhan pro-communist and anti-American mail from Jordan. Like Oswald both assassins were pro-Castro and anti-Americans, cold blooded murderers and political assassins. Pro-communists targeted RFK: Ralph Schoenman, who made frequent trips to Hanoi "If you want to hang Eichmann I would say that Bobby Kennedy should be the next one" "Who brought poison chemist, and toxic gases, and concentration camps, and bacteriological weapons to Viet Nam? The Kennedy brothers." since May 18th 1967, Robert Kennedy’s name has been on the list of Americans targeted for assassination by communists Radical William Ayers' forgotten communist manifesto: Prairie Fire hailed Sirhan Sirhan Legacy of Secrecy: The Long Shadow of the JFK Assassination [aliant attempt to construct a Grand Unified Field Theory of the JFK/MLK/RFK assassinations] Mayor Yorty himself who would publicly proclaim Sirhan a communist soon after Bobby's murder, saying that Sirhan “was a member of numerous communist organizations... Sirhan's notebook contained heavy doses of pro-communit revolutionary zeal and anti-Americanism, as if  Sirhan were a member of the communist Party or  interested in community ideology. But he wasn't [or was he?] June 4, 1968 Sirhan had thrown away an envelope "RFK must be disposed of like his brother" Robert F. Kennedy Assassination: The FBI Files google books Possible Communist Influence of Sirhan Special Counsel Kranz has found absolutely no evidence to indicate that there was any Communist influence, ...
  • 2015 Dylan Roof provides closer signs of links to Russia and therefore provides a link to James Earl Ray. He was apparently the only living white person who still admired the old 1960s racist Rhodesia and South Africa,  and confederate flag, attacked a black Christian church pastor, his manifesto  counter-culture was posted on a  Yandex Russian website and used old KGB terminology like "Negro" "almost every White person has a small amount of racial awareness, simply because of the numbers of negroes in this part of the country." It looks like it was ghost-written by somebody trained by the KGB, not a living white American. It looks like a nation-state clandestine false flag attack staged as racist murder. 9 killed 1 injured June 17, 2015 Charleston South Carolina Black church shooting In the evening a mass shooting took place at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in downtown Charleston, South Carolina, one of the United States' oldest black churches. The senior pastor, the Rev. Clementa C. Pinckney, a state senator, was among the nine people killed. Suspect Dylann Roof was captured the morning after the attack in Shelby, North Carolina. On his Facebook page his jacket unusually has flags of two former white supremacist regimes:apartheid-era South Africa and Rhodesia, symbols once but now rarely associated in recent times by white supremacists. Roof has a prior arrest record for drug possession and trespassing. Authorities are investigating if it was a hate crime, but FBI Director James Comey has refused to consider the rampage in Charleston an act of terrorism because it was not a political act. Dylann Roof's "manifesto" is FAKE? or Russian? hosted on a Russian Web host  email/websearch provider similar to Google.

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  • Criminal history: convicted of his first crime, a burglary in California, in 1949. In 1952 he served two years for armed robbery of a taxi driver in Illinois. In 1955, he was convicted of mail fraud after stealing money orders in Hannibal, Missouri, and then forging them to take a trip to Florida. He served three years at Leavenworth Federal Penitentiary. In 1959 he was caught stealing $120 (equivalent to $1,000 in 2015) in an armed robbery of a St. Louis Kroger store.[6] Ray was sentenced to twenty years in prison for repeated offenses.
  • Communist - KGB didn't like MLK, Bogus JFK Assassination Conspiracy Evidence
    mcadams Mark Lane was a communist connected  attorney who represented James Earl Ray at the committee's .....diplomats and responsible Dominicans" with increasing Communist activity.
  • Escape: He escaped from the Missouri State Penitentiary in 1967 by hiding in a truck transporting bread from the prison bakery.[7]
  • Gun: sniper grade as if he had military trainining:  Remington Model 760 Gamemaster .30-06-caliber rifle and a box of 20 cartridges from the Aeromarine Supply Company. He also bought a Redfield 2x-7x scope, which he had mounted to the rifle.
  • KGB had a plan to eliminate King and replace him with communist backed radicals
  • Mark Lane's JFK book was funded (without his knowledge) by the KGB, which he denied. He continued to advocate for murderers who smell like communist agents. 
  • Mexico: then drove to Mexico, stopping in Acapulco before settling down in Puerto Vallarta on October 19, 1967.[8] While in Mexico, Ray, using the alias Eric Starvo Galt, attempted to establish himself as a pornography director. Using mail-ordered equipment, he filmed and photographed local prostitutes. Frustrated with his results and jilted by the prostitute he had formed a relationship with, Ray left Mexico around November 16, 1967.[9]
  • Military experience: He joined the US Army at the close of World War II and served in Germany.
  • Prison: escaped from prison with no apparent help, Charles Manson also spent time in prison 
  • Rhodesia: considered emigrating to Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe), where a white minority regime had unilaterally assumed independence from the United Kingdom in 1965. It would be his intended destination after King's assassination.

*Communist theories

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KGB’s secret war against Martin Luther King Jr.

"Longevity has its place. But I'm not concerned about that now. I just want to do God's will. And He's allowed me to go up to the mountain. And I've looked over. And I've seen the promised land. I may not get there with you. But I want you to know tonight, that we, as a people will get to the promised land." - Martin Luther King Jr. April 3, 1968 Memphis, Tennessee

The world has been made well aware of the FBI’s wiretapping of Martin Luther King Jr. on the orders of then Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and monitoring of the Civil Rights Movement, but what was only learned decades later was that a campaign had been waged against Martin Luther King Jr. by the Soviet Intelligence agency known as the KGB.
In 1992 a high ranking Russian intelligence officer defected to the United Kingdom and brought with him notes and transcripts compiled over the previous thirty years as he moved entire foreign intelligence archives to a new headquarters just outside of Moscow.
The Russian intelligence officer’s name was Vasili Mitrokhin and the information he gathered became known as The Mitrokhin Archive.
In the groundbreaking book, The Sword and the The Shield: The Mitrokhin Archive and the Secret History of the KGB by Christopher Andrew and Vasili Mitrokhin published in 1999 details were obtained from The Mitrokhin Archive on Soviet efforts to replace Martin Luther King Jr. with a “more radical and malleable leader” such as Stokeley Carmichael to provoke a race war in the United States.
Pages 237 and 238 of The Sword and the Shield excerpted below detail elements of the campaign waged by Soviet intelligence and the active measures arrayed against the civil rights leader:
“In August 1967 the Centre approved an operational plan by the deputy head of Service A, Yuri Modin, former controller of the Magnificent Five, to discredit King and his chief lieutenants by placing articles in the African press, which could then be reprinted in American newspapers, portraying King as an “Uncle Tom” who was secretly receiving government subsidies to tame the civil rights movement and prevent it threatening the Johnson administration. While leading freedom marches under the admiring glare of worldwide television, King was allegedly in close touch with the President. 83 The same operational plan also contained a series of active measures designed to discredit US policy “on the negro.” The Centre authorized Modin:
  • To organize, through the use of KGB residency resources in the US, the publication and distribution of brochures, pamphlets, leaflets and appeals denouncing the policy of the Johnson administration on the Negro question and exposing the brutal terrorist methods being used by the government to suppress the Negro rights movement.
  • To arrange, via available agent resources, for leading figures in the legal profession to make public statements discrediting the policy of the Johnson administration on the Negro question.
  • To forge and distribute through illegal channels a document showing that the John Birch Society, in conjunction with the Minuteman organization, is developing a plan for the physical elimination of leading figures in the Negro movement in the US. 84
Service A sought to exploit the violent images of the long, hot summers which began in August 1965 which race riots in Watts, the black Los Angeles ghetto, which resulted in thirty-six deaths, left 1,0332 injured and caused damage estimated at over 40 million dollars. The Centre seems to have hoped that as violence intensified King would be swept aside by black radicals such as Stokeley Carmichael, who told a meeting of Third World revolutionaries in Cuba in the summer of 1967, “We have a common enemy. Our struggle is to overthrow this system . . . We are moving into open guerilla warfare in the United States.” Traveling on to North Vietnam, Carmichael declared in Hanoi, “We are not reformists…We are revolutionaries. We want to change the American system.”85
King’s assassination on April 4, 1968 was quickly followed by the violence and rioting which the KGB had earlier blamed King for trying to prevent. Within a week riots erupted in over a hundred cities, forty-six people had been killed, 3,500 injured and 20,000 arrested. To “Deke” DeLoach, it seemed that, “The nation was teetering on the brink of anarchy.”86 Henceforth, instead of dismissing King as an Uncle Tom, Service A portrayed him as a martyr of the black liberation movement and spread conspiracy theories alleging that his murder had been planned by white racists with the connivance of the authorities. 87
University of Cambridge professor Christopher Andrew, who coauthored The Sword and the Shield with Vasili Mitrokhin wasinterviewed by Charlie Rose on PBS on September 28, 1999 about the book and towards the end of the interview discussed how the Soviets celebrated when Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated by James Earl Ray. Other Soviet archives documented efforts by the Soviet Union to stimulate and activate the Black Panthers in their struggle against the United States government.

Vasili Mitrokhin died of pneumonia January 23, 2004 according to the British government.


James Earl Ray 10/23/2015