Martin Luther King Jr. vs The Great Reset
Junious Ricardo Stanton
"I am convinced that if we are to get on the right side of the world revolution, we as a nation must undergo a radical revolution of values. We must rapidly begin the shift from a ‘thing-oriented’ society to a ‘person-oriented’ society. When machines and computers, profit motives and property rights are considered more important than people, the giant triplets of racism, materialism and militarism are incapable of being conquered." -- Martin Luther King
As we pause to celebrate the ninety-forth anniversary of the birth of Martin Luther King Jr. perhaps we should ponder and contemplate what Martin Luther King Jr would say about current events, the war in Ukraine, COVID lockdowns and the insane income and wealth gaps that currently exist. We know that King railed against the war in Southeast Asia and was planning a Poor People’s Campaign with massive demonstrations and live-in in Washington D.C. His goal was to raise awareness about the entrenched socio-economic inequities in America and to force the government to change its priorities and policies when he was shot down in Memphis Tennessee on April 4, 1968.
What would King’s positions be on these issues and topics in 2023? As an older man what would King’s approach be to addressing and attempting to solve the existential issues of the day? If we look at what he said then, can we extrapolate what his positions might be today on the issues of war, greed, avarice, poverty and in this modern era transhumanism? Would he be censored, deplatformed and silenced like so many others? Would he be silenced by a bullet or an injection supposedly to mitigate a virus?
Unlike the ‘60’s when there was: a modicum of free speech, the right to peacefully, assemble, protest and dissent; today’s authoritarian environment would offer major challenges to a man of conscience and action like Martin Luther King Jr. In all probability he would be cut off from mainstream media access, denied a platform to speak to denounce the government’s actions overseas and here at home. If he were on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and Twitter he would in all likelihood be suspended and or deplatformed!
In 2023 he would be censored but unlike during the 1950’s and ‘60’s when it was only the FBI and local police who incessantly monitored and tracked him electronically, today Martin Luther King Jr. would be surveilled by the fascistic Deep State meaning the, police, military, intelligence community and corporate America! How would King address this country’s ongoing metamorphosis into a fascist police state?
Would King have the same uncompromising courage today he had in 1968? Would he be willing to stand virtually alone in 2023 against what he called in 1968 the triplets of racism, materialism and militarism? In 2023 would King add eugenics, genocide and transhumanism to that group? What would he say about them?!
King was valiant, he was courageous but how would he be able to get his message out in today’s environment of censorship and suppression? How would he use today’s technology to organize and galvanize a following, raise consciousness and exhort others to decisive action?
What would Martin Luther King Jr. say about Anthony Fauci, Bill Gates, Klaus Schwab and the other megalomaniacal plutocrats who are conspiring to usurp the natural order, who are engaged in planetary terraforming, transhumanism and attempting to disconnect us from our Divinity?! What solutions would he offer to derail and checkmate their nefarious agenda?
Would today’s King challenge Klaus Schwab, the World Economic Forum, the World Health Organization, the CDC, FDA and the various national governments like he challenged LBJ, the US Military Industrial Complex and the American people to reorient their moral compass towards Peace, Love and Brotherhood instead of war, greed, hedonism and covetousness? What would Martin Luther King Jr. think of Klaus Schwab and the World Economic Forum’s Great Reset? Would he call them out on their hypocrisy, mendacity and disingenuousness?
Would he tell them to give all their money to the poor, forsake megalomania and worldly power and dedicate themselves totally to the service of humanity? Would a ninety-four year old Martin Luther King Jr. be able to spark the radical revolution of values he spoke so passionately and eloquently about in 1968 or would his modern message fall on deaf ears?
Martin Luther King Jr. is not here for us to see, but we still are. We can choose to allow the plutocrats to misdirect us to days of service and temporarily doing good or we can make the difficult changes King advocated, a change and shift of values. We can change from materialism, desensitization and selfishness to core values of empathy, integrity, self and collective transformation. Today is a good day to decide.