Should the MLK monument be taken down in Washington DC?

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There are threads on this already, and I will repeat my prediction that at some point the bed wetters will want to tear down his statues because the history of democrook enslavement and oppression is what they want to erase. They give no fucks about equality. The objective is power, and at some point they may go as far as shipping blacks out of the country or exterminating them in the fashion of Stalin.
 

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Apparently, MLK was against homosexuality.

So should his monument be taken down?
There are so many monuments that need taken down, I'm not sure where MLK's belongs on the list. I'd certainly take down the FDR monument first- his interment of Japanese and segregation of the Army were worst than what King did.
 

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Yes...Martin Lucifer Koon was a serial philanderer, and a rape enabler.
That was disrespectful, flawed as he was going out of the way to call him a coon is just you being a racist asshole and it is uncalled for.
That jigaboo, Coon, moon cricket, boot lip, blue gum, spear chuckin, banjo lipped, porch monkey...deserves to have his statue melted on it's stanchion.
 

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Yes...Martin Lucifer Koon was a serial philanderer, and a rape enabler.
That was disrespectful, flawed as he was going out of the way to call him a coon is just you being a racist asshole and it is uncalled for.
That jigaboo, Coon, moon cricket, boot lip, blue gum, spear chuckin, banjo lipped, porch monkey...deserves to have his statue melted on it's stanchion.
That man was one of the greatest Americans who ever lived. He was absolutely brilliant and was a true man of the people, never using his PhD as anything other than a tool to help those most oppressed. He was murdered by a redneck, inbred white racist while helping garbage workers organize and seek better wages in Memphis Tennessee.

It's terribly sad that people like you are no different than other inbred, racist white douchebags in the early 19th century. But rest assured, you and yours are being vacuumed up by the tide of decency, humanity, and respect for those different than we are. You and yours days are numbered, and when you die, no one will weep, and the world will be a better place.
 

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Yes...Martin Lucifer Koon was a serial philanderer, and a rape enabler.
That was disrespectful, flawed as he was going out of the way to call him a coon is just you being a racist asshole and it is uncalled for.
That jigaboo, Coon, moon cricket, boot lip, blue gum, spear chuckin, banjo lipped, porch monkey...deserves to have his statue melted on it's stanchion.
That man was one of the greatest Americans who ever lived. He was absolutely brilliant and was a true man of the people, never using his PhD as anything other than a tool to help those most oppressed. He was murdered by a redneck, inbred white racist while helping garbage workers organize and seek better wages in Memphis Tennessee.

It's terribly sad that people like you are no different than other inbred, racist white douchebags in the early 19th century. But rest assured, you and yours are being vacuumed up by the tide of decency, humanity, and respect for those different than we are. You and yours days are numbered, and when you die, no one will weep, and the world will be a better place.

I'm sorry, but no one really knows why King got whacked. Mr. Ray never admitted doing it, and no reasonable motive was every proven.
 

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Yes...Martin Lucifer Koon was a serial philanderer, and a rape enabler.
That was disrespectful, flawed as he was going out of the way to call him a coon is just you being a racist asshole and it is uncalled for.
That jigaboo, Coon, moon cricket, boot lip, blue gum, spear chuckin, banjo lipped, porch monkey...deserves to have his statue melted on it's stanchion.
That man was one of the greatest Americans who ever lived. He was absolutely brilliant and was a true man of the people, never using his PhD as anything other than a tool to help those most oppressed. He was murdered by a redneck, inbred white racist while helping garbage workers organize and seek better wages in Memphis Tennessee.

It's terribly sad that people like you are no different than other inbred, racist white douchebags in the early 19th century. But rest assured, you and yours are being vacuumed up by the tide of decency, humanity, and respect for those different than we are. You and yours days are numbered, and when you die, no one will weep, and the world will be a better place.
He was a womanizing ****** who plagiarized his 'PhD'. He was a fraud, a womanizer, and a rape enabler. You are a thoroughly brainwashed slave.

"King’s academic career contains a well-documented litany of plagiarism, and has been the subject of much literature. His most egregious breach of the academic code of conduct was in his doctoral thesis at Boston University, found to be identical in several respects to a dissertation submitted to the same university earlier by another student named Jack Boozer. In fact, some authors have even characterised King’s conduct as piracy (paywall). King’s plagiarism was later acknowledged by the University, but his doctorate was never revoked because his thesis still made “an intelligent contribution to scholarship”. Such an assessment appears extremely suspect – the evidence on record points to King’s thesis being neither ground-breaking in its approach nor creative in its substantiation. In fact, Ralph Luker, who conducted extensive research for the Martin Luther King Papers Project, posits that King’s academic success relied, in large part, on his habit of distilling the views of authorities in the subject and submitting them to the professors who held these authorities in high esteem. If this is true, then it’s very hard to justify the University’s decision – is there a clause in their plagiarism policy that says “None of this applies if you become a cultural icon”? "
 

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If it's taken down I wouldn't mind it being relocated the 2300 miles to my neighborhood.
 

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Yes...Martin Lucifer Koon was a serial philanderer, and a rape enabler.
That was disrespectful, flawed as he was going out of the way to call him a coon is just you being a racist asshole and it is uncalled for.
That jigaboo, Coon, moon cricket, boot lip, blue gum, spear chuckin, banjo lipped, porch monkey...deserves to have his statue melted on it's stanchion.
That man was one of the greatest Americans who ever lived. He was absolutely brilliant and was a true man of the people, never using his PhD as anything other than a tool to help those most oppressed. He was murdered by a redneck, inbred white racist while helping garbage workers organize and seek better wages in Memphis Tennessee.

It's terribly sad that people like you are no different than other inbred, racist white douchebags in the early 19th century. But rest assured, you and yours are being vacuumed up by the tide of decency, humanity, and respect for those different than we are. You and yours days are numbered, and when you die, no one will weep, and the world will be a better place.
Martin Luther King Jr was an alcoholic, patronizer of blonde white whores. He was a plagiarist who was so drunk he couldn't write a coherent sentence. Had he not been assassinated, Ralph Abernathy was in the process of exposing King's embezzlement of the funds of the Ebenezer church to fund the booze, drug and whore parties. King's abuses were so bad that for years Coretta King accused Malcolm X of being the actual assassin.

Let's have a little truth for once.
 

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Apparently, MLK was against homosexuality.

So should his monument be taken down?
no

Unless this wave of Iconoclasm is aborted, its inevitable that MLK's monuments will be in the drink with a lot of others before sanity is restored.
unlikely.
 

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