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The propaganda surrounding the obvious US government assassination of Martin Luther King always ignores the fact he was assassinated because he was helping organize the tent city that was soon ‘forgotten’, because the key to liberation is normalizing a 24/7 year in year out civilian resistance to a corporate state.

As we proved ourselves you could visibly live outside the corporate state system of injustice by repealing their violent legislative frauds (despite my own 48 unlawful arrests to King’s 29 before he was assassinated, that are designed to try and prevent the liberation of civilian resistance)


we can never know what martin luther king jr would have learned had he lived in his tent city


Everything Martin Luther King Jr did was learning about and leading up to what we have proved is true liberation by (for example) repealing legislative frauds that seek to rule over people, by usurping civilian society’s rule of law.


Martin Luther King addresses the largest peace demonstration against the Vietnam war at the United Nations Plaza, New York City, 15 April 1967

Martin Luther King only joined opposition to war late in the day and typically discovered that is when the entire apparatus of the state killing machine including the news media, will completely turn against you, because the nature of that system is to maintain an ability to murder civilian resistance everywhere.


Martin Luther King delivers his 'Beyond Vietnam' speech at Riverside Church, New York City, 4 April 1967 


Exactly a year after giving his 'Beyond Vietnam' Speech Martin Luther King was assassinated.

Therefore Martin Luther King was robbed of the ability to learn about the freedom of the tent because his life was cut short when he was assassinated.

His tent idea (although Resurrection City went ahead for a short time) died with him, because those who were around him did not share his vision or determination.



"I have almost reached the regrettable conclusion that the Negro's great stumbling block in his stride toward freedom is not the White Citizen's Councilor or the Ku Klux Klanner, but the white moderate, who is more devoted to "order" than to justice; who prefers a negative peace which is the absence of tension to a positive peace which is the presence of justice; who constantly says: "I agree with you in the goal you seek, but I cannot agree with your methods of direct action"; who paternalistic-ally believes he can set the timetable for another man's freedom; who lives by a mythical concept of time and who constantly advises the Negro to wait for a "more convenient season".[Martin Luther King April 16th 1963 Birmingham Jail]


Had Martin Luther King lived to see his tent city he may have learned that there was the alternative of repealing already bad legislation that imposed conditions on voting.


In fact adding to legislation typically involves a piece meal collaboration that can and should be better secured through courts of law.

It is when people always support society’s rule of law (instead of government or news media) that they can (begin to) learn to repeal and roll back the power of the entire apparatus of the violent corporate state for everyone.


The purpose of repeals that benefit everyone, is to reduce the entire state apparatus back to the point where it only has sufficient power to responsibly manage a very few administrative functions open to it under civilian society’s rule of law.


Of course war should always face legal challenges in courts of law, because NATO has never had any legal grounds for war.


Afro-American soldiers observe the late Martin Luther King's birthday, US Army base, Long Binh, Vietnam, 15 January 1971

One point of true tent civilian resistance is to visibly prove that civilian resistance is a normal and legal part of civilian society.

This is something I personally know because I have learned it, so I can live it.

I do not subscribe to the 'news' media label of 'activist' because that is only designed to separate civilian resistance from civilian society and civilian society's rule of law.

Please note: Our long-standing civilian resistance that began on June 2nd 2001 is not a 'news' media outlet. We only publish information to help save civilian lives.





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