Martin Luther King History Quiz
Written by Paul Fromm
Thursday, 05 April 2012 03:51
Martin Luther King History Quiz

Due to discrimination, most North Americans don’t know enough about this

Try this quiz and see how little the schools, news media and
politicians have told you about the only American with his own holiday.

*1. * *Name of judge who sealed King's FBI surveillance file until the year
2027 to conceal his illegal activities and protect his image?*
A) The Honorable John Lewis Smith, Jr.

*2. According to whose 1989 biography did Martin Luther King spend his
last night on earth in an adulterous liaison in a hotel rom?*
A) Reverend Ralph Abernathy, King's friend, in his biography *And the
Walls Came Tumbling Down.* Abernathy told the truth about King's drug use
and adulterous activities.

*3. **According to whose 1989 biography did King spend his last morning on
earth physically beating a woman?*

A) Reverend Ralph Abernathy. *And the Walls Came Tumbling Down*

*4.* *Who was the U.S. Attorney General who ordered the FBI to wiretap

A) Robert F. Kennedy. See David Garrow’s biography *Bearing the Cross*.

*5.* *Who was Assistant Director of the FBI who wrote a letter to Sen.
John East (R-NC) describing King's conduct of "orgiastic, adulterous
escapades, some of which indicated that King could be bestial in his sexual
abuse of women"?*
A) Charles D. Brennan - FBI

*6. Who called King a "hypocrite preacher"?*
A) President Lyndon B. Johnson

*7. What U.S. newspaper reported that King had plagiarized his doctoral
thesis at Boston University?*
A) The Wall Street Journal. In 1991 *The Journal of American
History*admitted that “plagiarism was a general pattern evident in
King's academic

*8. Whom did King plagiarize in more than 50 complete sentences in his
doctoral thesis?*
A) Dr. Jack Boozer

*9. Who was the Chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities who
purposely suppressed knowledge of King's plagiarism of his doctoral thesis?*
A) Lynne Cheney, wife of former Vice President Dick Cheney

*10. What was Martin Luther King's real name?*
A) Michael King, Jr. In 1935 his father, Michael King, declared to his
congregation that he would henceforth be known as Martin Luther King and
his son would be known as Martin Luther King, Jr.

*11. In his first public sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church in 1947, who
did King plagiarize?*
A) Harry Emerson Fosdick

*12. Name the man who served as King's personal secretary from 1955 to
1960, had joined the Young Communists League at New York City College in
1936, went to prison for draft evasion in 1944, and in 1953 was sentenced
to 60 days in a California jail for "lewd vagrancy and homosexual
A) Bayard Rustin

*13. According to whom did King "privately describe himself as a Marxist"?*
A) His biographer, David J. Garrow

*14. Who edited King's book 'Stride Toward Freedom'?*
A) Communist Stanley Levison, friend and mentor to King.

*15. Who wrote and delivered the following speech?*
"From every mountain side, let freedom ring.
Not only from the Green Mountains and White Mountains of Vermont
and New Hampshire; not only from the Catskills of New York;
but from the Ozarks in Arkansas, from Stone Mountain in Georgia,
from the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia
--let it ring not only for the minorities of the United States,
but for the disinherited of all the earth–may the Republican party, under
God, from every mountainside, LET FREEDOM RING!"
A) Archibald Carey, Jr., gave this speech that he wrote for the 1952
Republican National Convention. King plagiarized Carey's speech in the


0 questions correct means you are exactly the kind of citizen your masters

1-3 questions correct means you could be dangerous.

4-6 questions correct means you need electro-convulsive therapy.

7-10 questions correct means you are a hater.

11 or more questions correct means you are a terrorist.

Turn yourself in now for re-education and your life may be spared.
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Hijacking the language to stifle debate
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The idiocy of political correctness!

How true this is!! M

26 September 2011


Published in: Daily Mail (
) (British Isles)

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One of the most sinister aspects of political correctness is the way
in which its edicts purport to be in the interests of minority groups.
This is despite the fact that, very often, they are not promulgated at
the behest of minorities at all, but by members of the majority who
want to destroy their own culture and who use minorities to camouflage
their true intentions.

The latest manifestation stars once again that all-time world champion
of political correctness, the BBC. Apparently, it has decided that the
terms AD and BC (Anno Domini, or the Year of Our Lord, and Before
Christ) must be replaced by the terms Common Era and Before Common

Actually, this edict seems to have been laid down merely by some
obscure tributary of the BBC website rather than from on high.

Nevertheless, the terms CE and BCE are now increasingly finding their
way onto news bulletins and on programmes such as University Challenge
or Melvyn Bragg’s Radio Four show In Our Time.

The reason given on the website is that, since the BBC is committed to
impartiality, it is important not to alienate or offend
Well, I am a Jew, so I am presumably a member of this group that must
not be alienated.

It so happens, however, that along with many other Jewish people I
sometimes use CE and BCE since the terms BC and AD are not appropriate
to me.
But the idea that any of us would be offended by anyone else using BC
and AD would be totally ridiculous.

How could we possibly take offence, since these are the commonly used
and understood expressions when referring to the calendar?

Moreover, I most certainly would not expect society in general to use
these Common Era terms rather than BC and AD.

Indeed, I would go much further and react with undiluted scorn and
disapproval to any attempt to do so.

That is because I feel passionately that a society should be allowed
to express its own culture – and this attack on BC and AD, fatuous
as it may seem on the surface, is yet another attack on British
culture and the Christian underpinnings which provide it with its
history, identity and fundamental values.
The impulse behind changing such established terms – obviously as
familiar to us all as the names of the days of the week – is part of
the wider desire to obliterate Christianity in British culture.

The fact remains, however, that whatever terms are used the British
calendar is calibrated from the birth of Jesus.

As Ann Widdecombe remarked, whatever next - abolishing the calendar
itself on the grounds that it too therefore offends non-Christians?

The reasoning behind this linguistic legerdemain is entirely spurious.
There is no evidence whatever that any non-Christian group is offended
by BC and AD, nor that they would like them to be replaced.

Even if they did, it cannot ever be right for minorities to seek to
replace fundamental majority cultural expressions or values with their
To do so has nothing whatever to do with impartiality – indeed,
quite the reverse. For what about the need not to offend or alienate
To ask the question is to realise how far we have travelled down this
invidious road. For Christians in Britain are now routinely offended
and alienated – indeed, positively harassed, and with their
religious rights denied – and all in the Orwellian cause of
promoting ‘diversity’.

In the latest example, police have threatened a Christian cafe owner
with arrest – for displaying passages from the Bible on a TV screen
which are said to incite hatred against homosexuals.

Why stop at a TV screen, one might ask. For in such a climate, it is
hardly frivolous to wonder how long it will be before the Bible itself
is banned.
At the weekend, a campaign was launched by the former Archbishop of
Canterbury, Lord Carey, to press for greater legal protection for
Christians against such attacks.

The pressure on individual Christians, however, is merely part of a
far wider onslaught on Western culture through the hijacking or
censorship of language.
Thus Christmas has been renamed in various places ‘Winterval’.
Last week, it was reported that Southwark council has renamed its Guy
Fawkes fireworks display ‘The Colour Thief: A Winter Extravaganza
Celebrating the Change of the Seasons’.

This ludicrous gesture is presumably aimed at being more
‘inclusive’ of Catholics upset by references to the 17th-century
Popish gunpowder plot.
What it actually does is exclude Britons by airbrushing out part of
their history.

Even more bizarre are the latest edicts by so-called ‘equality’
experts, who say that the traditional black garb of witches in
children’s stories leads to racism (yes, seriously).
Witches should therefore be given pink hats, and fairies dressed in
dark colours.

Meanwhile Anne O’Connor, an ‘early years consultant’, advises
that ‘white paper’, especially in schools, provokes racism since
it does not reflect the range of hues of the human race.

Maybe Ms O’Connor needs especially strong spectacles. Has anyone
ever seen a human being with skin as white as paper?

And finally, teachers are told they should be ready to lie, if
necessary, when asked by pupils what their favourite colour is and, in
the interests of good race relations, answer ‘black’ or

Can you believe this? What on earth has our society come to when grown
individuals in receipt of public money descend to such mind-blowing
Calling children as young as two ‘racist’ is simply grotesque.
Helping them ‘unlearn’ negative associations with dark colours is
to try to brainwash them in ways reminiscent of Soviet Stalinism.

But then, political correctness is all about dictating what people are
permitted or forbidden to say as a way of controlling and reshaping a
society and its values.

Look at the way the Labour leader Ed Miliband has refused to call
people who defraud the welfare system ‘benefit cheats’.

He has condemned abuses of the welfare system and said they must be
stopped. So why does he say he cannot accuse the people who behave in
this way of being ‘cheats’?

The answer is surely that political correctness means you can’t
criticise anyone who does wrong if they belong to a group of people
who are considered marginalised or oppressed.

This is effectively to give such groups a free pass for any bad
behaviour. And anyone who dares criticise is accused of
‘demonising’ such groups.
This means, of course, that those who criticise such bad behaviour are
themselves demonised.

Indeed, they can be positively victimised and even threatened with
their lives by vicious campaigns on Twitter or the internet – all on
the grounds that they have ‘demonised’ some ‘victim’ group or
other. If this wasn’t so terrifying, it would be hilarious.

The result of this hijacking of the language is that debate becomes
impossible because words like rights, tolerance, liberal, justice,
truth and many more have come to mean the precise opposite of what
they really do mean.

The result of this inversion of right and wrong is that morality
itself has been reversed or negated. Politically correct language is
thus a way of shifting the very centre of moral and political gravity.

So what was once considered far-Left has become the centre-ground; and
those who stand on the real centre-ground are now dismissed as
The attack on BC and AD is merely the latest salvo in the war of the
words, part of the defining madness of our time

Ideology knows no such thing as WRONG. There are only man made laws!
That is arbitrary law!

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