Martin Luther King (R.I.P) - 'I have a dream' speech...

Martin Luther King; under the influence of Mind Control during "I have a dream.............".

The following video provides evidence that Martin Luther King was under the influence of the same Mind Control as Malcolm X , Myron May and Aaron Alexis.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3vDWWy4CMhE

0.12 - Martin Luther King shakes his head in a 'No' motion as he says "I still have a dream."

Who wouldn't want Martin Luther King to achieve his dream?

0.16 - Martin Luther King shakes his head in a 'No' motion as he says the words "American Dream."

'American Dream': the ideal by which equality of opportunity is available to any American, allowing the highest aspirations and goals to be achieved.

Who would want Martin Luther King to shake his head as if in saying 'no' to achieving the 'American Dream'?

0.19 - Martin Luther King shakes his head in a 'No' motion at the same point as saying "I have a Dream", and is then made to purse his lips.

Who wouldn't want Martin Luther King to achieve his dream?

Who would want Martin Luther King to purse his lips as if in an attempt to stop him from speaking about his dream?

0.21 - Martin Luther King says "One day.", as someone in the crowd shouts 'yeah'.

I would want to know who this person was. She shouted before too........The 'day' reference usually refers to a woman.

0.25 - Martin Luther King shakes his head in a 'No' motion at him saying "this nation will rise up."

Who wouldn't want the nation to rise up in response to the values promoted by Martin Luther King?

0.35 - Martin Luther King shakes his head in a 'No' motion at him saying "all men are created equal."

Who would believe that black men and white men are unequal?

0.44 - The camera pans to a statue of Abraham Lincoln, as Martin Luther King says "I have a dream."

Possible that, if Martin Luther King was under the influence of Mind Control that the people doing it had a liking with the person in this statue. What does Abraham Lincoln represent? Who would be most likely to follow what this person ultimately represents?

0.57 - Martin Luther King shakes his head in a 'No' motion at him saying "Sons of former slave owners", but there's no head shake in a 'no' motion when he "sons of former slaves."

Who would see a difference in entitlement between the "Sons of former slave owners" and "sons of former slaves."?

1.00 - Martin Luther King shakes his head in a 'No' motion at him saying "sit down at the table of brotherhood".

Who are the 'brotherhood'? Why would Martin Luther King shake his head in a 'no' motion when he talks about sitting down together at the table of brotherhood?

1.03 - Martin Luther King shakes his head in a 'no' motion at him saying "I have a dream." followed by pursing his lips.

Who wouldn't want Martin Luther King to achieve his dream?

Who would want Martin Luther King to purse his lips as if in an attempt to stop him from speaking about his dream?

1.40 - Martin Luther King shakes his head in a 'No' motion at him saying 'I have a dream.'

1.58 - Martin Luther King's head and shoulders are not moving at all when he talks about "vicious racists". Almost as though he's being deliberately prevented from shaking his head in a 'No' motion.

This is a Mind Control 'tell' which suggests that the people controlling Martin Luther King admit to being 'Vicious Racists'.

Can anyone harbour a guess at anyone who would admit to being vicious racistS?

2.03 - Martin Luther King speaks about the "Governor of Alabama having his lips dripping with interposition....." and is being made to hold his body position to make sure he doesn't shake his head. Validated by a movement up and down with his right arm in a 'yes' motion.

Who would want Martin Luther King to make sure he didn't show a suggestion of 'no' in his non-verbal behaviour when speaking these words?

Who would be proud of the Governor of Alabama as described by Martin Luther King?

2.06 - Martin Luther King is made to say the words "one day, right there."

This goes back to the point I made earlier about there being a 'day' reference and the possibility of a woman being the 'day'. 

Did Martin Luther King have in kind of sour relationship?

2.11- Martin Luther King shakes his head in a 'No' motion at him saying the words "Little black boys and little black girls will be able to join hands with little white boys and little white girls, as sisters brothers."

Who would want Martin Luther King to shake his head as if in suggestion of his non-verbal behaviour saying 'No' to this?

2.36 - Martin Luther King shakes his head in a 'No' motion at him saying the words "crooked places will be made straight".

Who would be proud of being crooked, and want Martin Luther King to shake his head if saying 'No' at the being made straight?

2.40 - Martin Luther King shakes his head in a 'No' motion at him saying the words "all flesh shall see it together."

Who wouldn't want "all flesh" to see it together?

2.47 - Martin Luther King does not shake his head in a 'no' motion when he speaks the words 'go back to the south'.

Who wouldn't want Martin Luther King to shake his head as if saying 'No' to going back to the south? Who would want Martin Luther King to go back to the south?

2.54 - As Martin Luther King says "stone of hope", the camera pans round to something which looks like a monument in the background.

Why and who would call this a 'stone of hope'? Who would fit the profile of considering this to be a 'stone of hope'?

I feel as though the camera man is involved in the Mind Control of Martin Luther King.

3.04 - Martin Luther King moves his head up and down in a 'yes' motion when he speaks the words "symphony of brotherhood".

Who would describe themselves as the 'Brotherhood'?

3.10 - Just as Martin Luther King speaks the words "Struggle together" the camera pans round to the crowd.

Who would want to create the suggestion that Martin Luther King was to struggle with a group of all black people shown on camera?

Why would the camera man pan round to this group of people for this shot at this point?

3.18 - Camera pans to a woman in the crowd as Martin Luther King speaks the words "One Day."

Who's that girl? and the 'goons' in the sunglasses with her?

"Who's that girl?" There's a woman pictured at 3.21 (.....321) is symbolism.As the camera is on her Martin Luther King speaks the words "one day. A reference already made in this speech.

3.39 - Martin Luther King moves his head up and down in a 'yes' motion when Martin Luther King speaks the words "pilgrims pride".

Who would want Martin Luther King to suggest 'yes' with his non-verbal behaviour as he speaks the words "pilgrims pride"?

3.47 - Martin Luther King speaks the words "Let Freedom Reign".

It would appear that there are certain geographical places in the 'Let freedom Reign' speech which Martin Luther King's non-verbal behaviour seems to be getting manipulated into suggesting should be allowed freedom, and some which are suggested as places which should not be allowed freedom, as follows:-

-Let Freedom Reign - "New Hampshire"...allowed freedom, no shake of the head to say 'No'.

-Let Freedom Reign - "New York"......allowed freedom, no shake of the head to say 'No'.

-Let Freedom Reign - "Pennsylvania"....allowed freedom, no shake of the head to say 'No'.

-Let Freedom Reign - "Colorado"........allowed freedom, no shake of the head to say 'No'.

Let Freedom Reign - "California"........kind of allowed freedom, a slight head shake to say 'No' but whoever is manipulating Martin Luther King's mind are not too sure about this place.

Let Freedom Reign - "Georgia".....not allowed freedom in 'Georgia'. Distinct shaking of the head from the people controlling Martin Luther King in a 'No' motion.

Let Freedom Reign - "Tennessee"....not allowed freedom in 'Tennessee'.Distinct shaking of the head from the people controlling Martin Luther King in a 'No' motion.

Let Freedom Reign - "Mississippi"......not allowed freedom in 'Mississippi'. Distinct shaking of the head in a 'no' motion. head shaking off his shoulders in a 'No' motion.

Who would want Martin Luther King to suggest with his non-verbal behaviour that some of these places should, and some of them should not be allowed freedom?

Who would also 'kind of' have an issue with California?

4.27 - Who is that person at 4.27? Camera pans round to a white guy in the crowd as Martin Luther King speaks about Mississippi.........he is trying to stop himself shaking his head and smiles as Martin Luther King speaks about Mississippi.

I have a feeling that this person, along with the Production Manager for the T.V. company and the 'sister'in the clip shown at 3.18, would be interesting people to speak to about the assassination of Martin Luther King!!!

“Everybody can be great. Because you only need a heart full of grace. A soul generated by love.” The only words generated by the natural mind of Martin Luther King when he wrote this letter.

Martin Luther King (R.I.P) - 'Everybody can be great....' letter

“Everybody can be great. Because you only need a heart full of grace. A soul generated by love.” - Martin Luther King Jr

Martin Luther King was having his mind controlled whilst he wrote the letter shown in the photo above, and the words written above are the only words which he wrote in this letter with his own natural mind.  

This was done to manipulate him into documenting his own feelings and views in a way which continually tried to sub-consciously suggest to Martin Luther King, and to those who read the words, that they should “serve people”, instead of doing other things which are suggested as not being required for people who are just required to “serve”.

 ANALYSIS OF LETTER

(Colour coded with the highlighted markings on the photo at the top of this letter.)

When combined, the words in blue at the top and bottom of the letter, these words represent the only words actually generated by the natural mind of Martin Luther King when he wrote this letter; “Everybody can be great. Because  you only need a heart full of grace. A soul generated by love.”

'Anybody can serve' - This is the point at which the people manipulating the mind of Martin Luther King started to control the words he was writing. From this point, they also continually manipulate his mind to insert embedded commands into his writing in the form of the word the ‘Serve!’. 

It’s almost as though the people controlling the mind of Martin Luther King are saying “anybody can be great, just serve!”, in response to the start of the only words actually generated by Martin Luther King’s natural mind when he commenced writing this letter, as mentioned above.

The word ‘serve’ is written at the end of the sentences shown in red, allowing it to be emphasized in the mind of Martin Luther King and those reading it. I suspect that the ‘pacing’ of the thoughts into his mind was such that there were short pauses in his chain of thought in order to generate the required emphasis. 

(Re: White Highlighted Text) - Sentences shown highlighted in white are commands which the people controlling the mind of Martin Luther King wanted his sub-conscious to accept as things that him and those who read the letter should not do because they are just required to “Serve”, as follows; they don’t need to “….have a college degree”, or “make your subject and verb.”, or “know the second theory of thermodynamics..”, as they should just “serve people”. These statements are shown to be commands as these sentences are often written with the word ‘to’ at the end, which is a ‘play on words’ in Mind Control which is meant to be taken as ‘too’.

 

Martin Luther King; The brightest star in the 'Stars & Stripes'.

The only words written in the 'Everybody can be great.....' letter by Martin Luther King that were generated from his natural mind.