Martin Luther King Day Archives
January 18, 2010, 07:01 PM
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The FBI surveillance tapes on Martin Luther Kingare sealed by court order until the year 2027, but`s MLK archives are always online. Probably the most significant thing in our archives is Helms, Jesse. "Remarks of Senator Jesse Helms." Congressional Quarterly 129, no. 130 (October 3, 1983): S13452-S13461. Helms, asked to vote in favor of a national holiday in honor of Martin Luther King, had asked to see the FBI`s records, not only for the character-related material, (i.e. adultery) but for the record of what the FBI had found out about his political associates (i.e. Communism). That`s the stuff that`s still sealed until the year 2027. The late Sam Francis explained this in The King Holiday and Its Meaning. My own When Records Are Sealed: A Meditation On Martin Luther King Day, last year featured a round up of articles on the subject:

If you`re one of the 29 percent of Americans who gets off work on MLK Day, enjoy it! In the words of Chris Rock, "You gotta be pretty racist to not want a day off from work."
If you are stuck at a computer, take some time to look at these.
  • 01/17/05 - Mexicanizing Martin Luther King, by Terry Graham

  • 01/16/05 - Random Reflections on Martin Luther King Day By Steve Sailer

  • 01/30/04 - Free At Last”To Celebrate Immigration On Martin Luther King Day

  • 01/18/04 - MLK Day: The Martin Luther King Cult By "Southern Sympathizer"

  • 01/18/04 - Martin Luther King Day: The Rise Of The New Feudalism By Paul Craig Roberts

  • 01/05/04 - Martin Luther King Day: A Preview in Rocky Mount N.C. By Sam Francis

  • 01/19/03 - Did Pre-MLK America Really Need Redemption? By Paul Gottfried

  • 12/07/03 - The View From MLK Street by Steve Sailer

  • 01/23/02 - Washington Down, King Up, GOP Out By Sam Francis

  • 07/26/01 - Abolishing America (cont.): Rename FBI Building After Who? By Sam Francis

  • - 01/19/00 MLK Competition By Peter Brimelow