Martin Luther King Jr.

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  1. Fes Rock

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    Man had some epic speeches. was just listening to some on youtube.


    ....anyway, its the anniversary of his assassination.... :lighter:
     
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    true that.

    especially in an age of intense corruption, collusion and outright fascism.
     
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    Pretty sure James Earl Ray did his thing in April dude...






    Not quite as big internationally as MLK but this guy died two years to the day...

    RIP Tony Heart :lighter:

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    Cant forget Morph really...sad times.


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    And Tony Heart was straight! Never have guessed it from his programmes...

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    I'm close to tears...I'll admit it. :(
     
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    A personal favorite from the man.

     
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    He satisfied his blood lust as a young man by joining the Gurkha regiment but had a moment of conversion on the battlefield and, knee deep in blood and guts, swore from that very day that he would renounce violence forever.

    From then on his tireless championing of non-violent protest led to him being known world-wide as a man of peace! Such a talented person and a hero to many...


     
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