Domestic spying by the racist Anti Defamation League, the Ku Klux Klan, “diversity gangs,” NGOs and the US military is the “dirty little secret” of nearly ALL gang stalking events

Scratch the surface of any gang stalking complaint and this is the type of stuff you will find: Dr. Martin Luther King was spied on, stalked, and harassed by the Anti Defamation League, the FBI, US military intelligence, and yeah, the Klan too. But in main stream narratives, we are only told that “racist white people” were his arch enemies, and tormentors.

Why is that? It seems that the actual “racist white people” that hated King with what turned out to be a bloody vengeance weren’t just White Anglo Saxon Protestant (WASP) mould, as the modern Pharisee sect of Jews in the Anti Defamation League, and the Jewish head of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People hated him too:

The intelligence branch of the United States Army spied on the family of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. for three generations. Top secret, often illegal, intrusions into the lives of black Americans began more than 75 years ago and often focused on black churches in the South and their ministers. The spying was born of a conviction by top Army intelligence officers that black Americans were ripe for subversion. …”

SO, as we stroll through the narrative of organized gang stalking, we see a new picture emerge, and it is one that paints an ugly picture of dueling Jewish-christian racism’s in America–but also of a very old hate that has tentacles outside of America, and around the world. Of these two great racist hatreds, one is less easy to spot than the other, because it is the very origin story of racist hate.

And, it sadly lends credence to many claims that (some extremely wealthy and influential)”Jews control the press,” and other media; or that some kind of globalist octopus actually DID come to squat on the shores of America in 1913.

Related Story: Was the famous “FBI Suicide Letter” to Martin Luther King actually written by members the Anti Defamation League, who are well known for their poison pen letters, and FBI-allied gangsterism and lawless targeting of civilian populations?

This is why its important as a centrist, a true liberal, or as a leftist to step outside of that media racketeering circus and read alternative sources to find information. I like to read the Final Call on occasion, because it is a bastion of factually correct alternative narrative. I also read the worlds most censored website in all of a history, Stormfront and even David Duke, and Sheldon Adelson’s Israel Hayom too, because the gang stalking dialectic is one of cloak and dagger information warfare, full of racist and tribal narratives. Racist narratives like these mentioned provide important background in every gang stalking story or event.

Related Story: Ex-felon and spy Jonathan Pollard gives interview with Israel Hayom, explaining his choices to spy on the US. He says America had “stabbed Israel in the back” by withholding intelligence from its ally.

From The Final Call, a story about the people and groups that spied on, blackmailed, and murdered Martin Luther King.

Like Farrakhan, Dr. King attracted Jewish opposition

By Demetric Muhammad, Guest Columnist – July 28, 2020

According to Jeffrey Steinberg in his ADL Caught In Spy Scandal, the organization had a fear and loathing of Dr. King.  Steinberg notes:
“Henry Schwartzschild waited a long time to go public with his personal horror story about the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith. Today an employee of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), he resigned from a high-ranking position in the ADL’s publicity office in the mid-1960s when he discovered, to his shock, that the ADL was spying on Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. on behalf of J. Edgar Hoover and the FBI. It was not until the spring of 1993—nearly 30 years after he quit the ADL—that Schwartzschild came forward and told about the League’s efforts against Dr. King. In an April 28, 1993 interview, Schwartzschild told San Francisco Weekly: “They [ADL] thought King was sort of a loose cannon. He was a Baptist preacher and nobody could be quite sure what he would do next. The ADL was very anxious about having an unguided missile out there.”

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