MLK: Nonviolent Coward or Shrewd Mastermind? is more than a book on Dr. Martin Luther King–it is a treatise on battlefield strategy from the mastermind perspective, as well as an excursion into uncharted reality.
Was Martin Luther King truly a coward? Are Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson political house Negroes demolishing Dr. King's dream by way of bootlicking and racial exploitation? Are Sharpton and Jackson pure examples of weak leaders? What was the connection between MLK and Sun Tzu? Did MLK implement Robert Greene's 48 Laws of Power? And why did Oprah Winfrey's movie, Selma, really flop at the box office? This book answers these questions and more.
For the first time in American history, although most of MLK's records are sealed until 2027, in this book, deduced truths about MLK and strategy that would otherwise never be released are revealed. This book rewrites history and places King where he should have been a long time ago–alongside Sun Tzu and the rest of the world's greatest strategists. The truths here are explosive–like the shells made for the gun that Trayvon Martin was trying to sell.
One thing is certain: after reading this book, you will never view Martin Luther King the same. Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown and Eric Garner, either. And Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson would probably want to slap themselves. But you be the judge–read this book!
|Size: ||565 KB|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||2370006448211 (EPUB)|