More Revolution Talk: March On Washington D.C. May 11-13, Groups Vow To 'Ignite Revolution MLK Called For'

Related to: Radio Host Adam Kokesh Organizing 4th of July Armed March on Washington D.C. For "Symbolic Overthrow" 5-6-13 "Destabilizing the US byway of instigated civil unrest has been in the works for years now. It is not a surprise to see it, the NWO-insiders have been actively conditioning the public for a long time...This announcement of an "armed march on Washington" on Independence Day July 4, 2013, which is including some fairly provocative and inflammatory language...has to be seen as a very clear indication that the NWO 'civil-unrest instigating' program is now dispensing with the rhetoric of the past few years and is readying to go live." [see post]
On the Anniversary of Martin Luther King’s Poor People’s Campaign: ‘We will March to Ignite the Revolution King Called for’

The following press statement was released by C.D. Witherspoon, president of the Baltimore chapter of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference:

Next Saturday morning [5-11-13], many of us will mark the 45th anniversary of the Poor People’s Campaign that Martin Luther King inspired, but did not live long enough to lead, by marching from Baltimore to Washington, D.C.

On May 11, the families of young Black and Brown people who have been killed by police will link arms with poor people, immigrant workers fighting for their rights, students, Walmart workers, union members, unemployed people and Occupy Wall Street activists, and walk 40 miles south down the highway to Washington, D.C.

We will occupy Freedom Plaza on Pennsylvania Avenue, a few blocks away from the White House and down the road from the Capitol. There we will erect a big tent and convene a People’s Power Assembly.

We are doing this to bear witness to the truth, and to help spark the social revolution that Dr. King prescribed in the months before his death. Dr. King often said that truth crushed to earth will rise again. The brutal truth is that the powers that be are waging a war against virtually everything that Dr. King fought and died for.

Fifty years ago, on the steps of the Lincoln Monument, King shared his dream with the world. Today more and more of us are living in a nightmare. Anyone who thought that having an African-American family or a Democrat in the White House would negate the urgent necessity for a social revolution has long awoken from that dream.

Our young people are more likely to be in prison than in a job. Poverty, unemployment and desperation are more widespread today than they were when King was alive. The pauperization of the population is the biggest crisis today.

The banks got bailed out after the 2008 global financial crash, and the stock market has soared through the roof. But for the rest of us — the people that Occupy Wall Street calls the 99% — there’s nothing but economic terrorism in the form of unemployment, evictions, foreclosures, low wages and cutbacks.

The 1% have never been richer, greedier and more determined to eliminate, privatize or otherwise destroy every program that is helpful to the poor. Wall Street has ordered the politicians and the corporate media to justify the war against the poor.

We’ve been told that the cutting of Social Security, health care and unemployment benefits and the closing of hospitals, schools and post offices are being forced upon us by harsh economic realities. We’ve been told that there’s no point in proposing a real jobs program because we can’t afford one. These things are presented to us as though they were inarguable facts. They are not.

They are absurd and cruel lies put forward by the 1% in defense of a social and economic order that puts profits and greed before people’s needs. These lies are meant to demoralize us and persuade us that it’s useless to fight for a world based on equality, justice, solidarity and love.

These lies, and the 1% whose interest they serve, must be defeated.

When King proposed the Poor People’s Campaign in 1967, he said that a revolution of values was needed, one that would transform a profit-centered economy into a people-centered one. We will be marching on Saturday to ignite that revolution.

March for jobs and justice from Baltimore to D.C. May 11-13

Endorsers (partial, for full list, visit peoplespowerassemblies.org)

Metropolitan Baltimore Council AFL-CIO
Metropolitan Washington D.C. Council AFL-CIO
United Food and Commercial Workers Minority Coalition
Anthony Anderson Sr. family, Baltimore, Md.
Justice for Alan Blueford Coalition, Oakland, Calif.
Alan Blueford family, Oakland, Calif.
Oscar Grant Foundation, Oakland, Calif.
OUR Walmart
United Food and Commercial Workers Local 400
National Lawyers Guild, Maryland
Northwestern High School Alumni Association, Baltimore, Md.
All Peoples Congress, Baltimore
Peace House, Washington D.C.
Occupy Baltimore
Occupy Congress
Southern Workers Assembly
Bailout the People Movement, Wisconsin
Teamsters Local 808, N.Y.
Community-Labor United for Postal Jobs & Services
Communications Workers of America Local 1180, New York, N.Y.
Moratorium Now! Coalition to Stop Foreclosures, Evictions and Utility Shut-offs, Detroit, Mich.
Michigan Emergency Committee Against War & Injustice (MECAWI), Detroit, Mich.
Community Churches United, Baltimore
South Central Neighborhood Council, Los Angeles, Calif.
Community Postal Workers United

re: "necessity for a social revolution"

Similar to the language utilized by the organizers of the planned-upcoming 4th of July 'armed march on Washington', the language used to state the position of  this "Poor People's MLK 45th anniversary march on Washington", tomorrow May 11 through Sunday the 13th, is also unequivocal. They are making a direct claim of intent to "ignite a revolution", signifying essentially a now-or-never mentality with their statement that "the powers that be are waging a war"...and that..."These lies, and the 1% whose interest they serve, must be defeated." 'Must' is a word that expresses finality of purpose. As seen, the list of endorsers/participants is long. "Spark" and "ignite" are the words chosen to describe the immediate goals for this weekend's activities. This obviously tells us that the movement is intended to 'flare up' at a later point.

Stirring the pot...agitating the masses...creating a general atmosphere of unrest nationwide. O
verall, and on a longer-term basis, it seems likely that this is the actual goal of this movement demanding a "social revolution". It is only by knocking an existing structure down that a new structure can be erected. Civil unrest aka 'revolution' will destabilize the existing order. Unstable things are easily knocked over. Antichrist global government is the only new order it will be replaced with.

NWO revolution agenda - it's going live this weekend...and from here on out. That's their plan...be informed.  Rev. 18:4
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John 18:36 'Jesus answered, My kingdom is not of this world: if my kingdom were of this world, then would my servants fight...'

1 comment :

Anonymous said...

Interesting how Walmart is part of the NWO plan and even asks customers to spy on other people and report suspicious activity. So many people are unaware of the Walmart beast.