samedi 7 décembre 2013

Les médiats juifs forcés d'admettre que la prétendue lettre pro-sioniste de Martin Luther King est un faux

Même le site ultra-sioniste CAMERA a été obligé d'admettre que la prétendue lettre de King est un faux... Cela n'a pas empêché les juifs sionistes Ariel Sharon, Michael Salberg (de la ligue anti-diffamation du B'nai B'rith), Mortimer Zuckerman (alors président de la Conférence des présidents d'organisations juives majeures), Nathan Sharansky (un "refuznik" néocon), le rabbin Marc Schneier et Abraham Foxman, le président de l'ADL, de la citer.


http://www.camera.org/index.asp?x_article=369&x_context=8


CAMERA ALERT: Letter by Martin Luther King a Hoax

The flowery, pro-Zionist “Letter to an Anti-Zionist Friend” (see below), allegedly written by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., is apparently a hoax. However, the basic message of the letter was indeed, without question, spoken by Martin Luther King, Jr. at a dinner in Cambridge, MA, shortly before he was assassinated. At that dinner, he rebuked a student who made an anti-Zionist remark, saying, “When people criticize Zionists, they mean Jews. You are talking anti-Semitism.” (See, e.g., “The Socialism of Fools: The Left, the Jews and Israel” by Seymour Martin Lipset; Encounter magazine, December 1969, p. 24.)
We were initially doubtful of the authenticity of the “Letter to an anti-Zionist Friend" because the language in the first paragraph seemed almost a parody of language used in Dr. King's “I have a dream” speech. Additionally, we could find no reference to the “letter” prior to 1999, which was odd because the text is such a dramatic denunciation of anti-Zionism — one that would have been cited widely.
However, we then found the “letter” in a reputable 1999 book (Shared Dreams by Rabbi Marc Shneier) whose preface was written by Martin Luther King III. Since the King family is known to be extremely careful with Dr. King's legacy, we assumed they must have verified the accuracy of the book before endorsing it.
Additionally, we found that quotations from the “letter” were used on July 31, 2001, by the Anti-Defamation League's Michael Salberg in testimony before the U.S. House of Representative's International Relations Committee's Subcommittee on International Operations and Human Rights. The same “source” (Saturday Review, August 1967) for the “letter” that was mentioned in the Schneier book was also cited in the testimony. Since many in the Anti-Defamation League had actually worked with Martin Luther King, Jr., in the civil rights struggle, we assumed again they would be very knowledgeable about King's work and would have thoroughly checked anything they chose to read before Congress.
However, because we do not ordinarily rely on anyone else's research, we decided to double-check, by searching back issues of Saturday Review (Rabbi Shneier's book had referenced the “letter” as being published in the August 1967 Saturday Review). We found no such letter in any of the August issues, nor do the page and volume numbers cited conform to those actually used by that publication. CAMERA also checked with Boston University, where Dr. King's work is archived. The archivists, too, were unable to locate any such letter. We can only conclude that no such letter was written by Dr. King. (Please note we are not implying that the apparently bogus “letter” originated with Rabbi Schneier.)
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The following letter is a fabrication/hoax:
“Letter to an anti-Zionist friend”
Selections from the Writings of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
…You declare, my friend, that you do not hate the Jews, you are merely ‘anti-Zionist.’ And I say, let the truth ring forth from the high mountain tops, let it echo through the valleys of God's green earth: When people criticize Zionism, they mean Jews — this is God's own truth.

Antisemitism ... has been and remains a blot on the soul of mankind. In this we are in full agreement. So know also this: anti-Zionist is inherently antisemitic, and ever will be so....

The antisemite rejoices at any opportunity to vent his malice. The times have made it unpopular, in the West, to proclaim openly a hatred of the Jews. This being the case, the antisemite must constantly seek new forms and forums for his poison. How he must revel in the new masquerade! He does not hate the Jews, he is just 'anti-Zionist'!

My friend, I do not accuse you of deliberate antisemitism... But I know you have been misled — as others have been — into thinking you can be ‘anti-Zionist’ and yet remain true to these heartfelt principles that you and I share. Let my words echo in the depths of your soul: When people criticize Zionism, they mean Jews — make no mistake about it.

(From M.L. King, Jr., “Letter to an Anti-Zionist Friend,” Saturday Review XLVII Aug. 1967, p. 76) [no such article or issue] Reprinted in “Shared Dreams,” by Rabbi Marc Shneier, preface by Martin Luther King III


Michael Collins Piper écrit dans The Confessions of an Anti-Semite: The First-Ever Critical Analysis of the Linguistic Legerdemain Underlying the Propaganda Techniques of the New World Order, 2012 :


Malgré tout ce que vous aurez pu entendre sur les "bonnes relations" de Martin Luther King avec Israël... le fait est que Martin Luther King était sous surveillance constante par la ligue juive anti-diffamation (façade pour des opérations du Mossad aux États-Unis). Ils ne lui faisaient pas confiance car ils le jugeaient ""hors de contrôle" ("loose cannon"). On découvre aussi que comme le KKK et la plupart des organisations de "nationalistes blancs", l'ADL s'oppose vertement aux quotas raciaux: elle a peur que de tels quotas nuisent à l'admission des juifs dans les universités et les milieux d'élite.

Michael Collins Piper écrit dans The Confessions of an Anti-Semite: The First-Ever Critical Analysis of the Linguistic Legerdemain Underlying the Propaganda Techniques of the New World Order, 2012:







The Confessions of an Anti-Semite