Martin Luther King Day History Quiz

American Renaissance, January 21, 2013

Due to persistent anti-black bias, many Americans do not know enough about Martin Luther King. Try this quiz and test your knowledge.

1) Name the judge who has sealed King’s FBI surveillance file until the year 2027.

2) According to whose 1989 biography of King did he spend his last night on earth in an adulterous liaison?

3) According to whose 1989 biography of King did he spend his last morning on earth physically beating a woman?

4) Who was the U.S. Attorney General who ordered the FBI to wiretap King?

5) Who was the Assistant Director of the FBI who wrote a letter to Sen. John P. East (R-NC) describing King’s “orgiastic and adulterous escapades, some of which indicated that King could be bestial in his sexual abuse of women.”

6) Who called King a “hypocrite preacher”?

7) What U.S. newspaper reported that King had plagiarized his doctoral thesis at Boston University.

8) Whom did King plagiarize in more than 50 complete sentences in his doctoral thesis?

9) Who was the Chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities who purposely suppressed knowledge of King’s plagiarism of his doctoral thesis?

10) What was Martin Luther King’s real name?

11) In his first public sermon at the Ebenezer Baptist Church in 1947 whom did King plagiarize?

12) Name the man who served as King’s personal secretary from 1955 to 1960, had joined the Young Communists League at New York City College in 1936, went to prison for draft evasion in 1944, and in 1953 was sentenced to 60 days in jail in California “lewd vagrancy and homosexual perversion.”

13) Who said that King “privately described himself as a Marxist.”

14) Who edited King’s book Stride Toward Freedom?

15) Who made the following speech?

That’s exactly what we mean—
from every mountain side,
let freedom ring.
Not only from the Green Mountains
and White Mountains of Vermont
and New Hampshire;
not only from the Catskills
of New York;
but from the Ozarks
in Arkansas,
from Stone Mountain
in Georgia,
from the Blue Ridge Mountains
of Virginia—
let it ring not only for the minorities of the United States,
but for the disinherited of all the earth—may the Republican party, under God,
from every mountainside,

16) What student of the Gospel wrote the following concerning the physical resurrection of Christ from the dead? “From a literary, historical, and philosophical point of view this doctrine raises many questions. In fact the external evidence for the authenticity of this doctrine is found wanting.”

17) What student of the Gospel wrote the following concerning the virgin birth of Christ? “[I]t seems downright improbable and even impossible for anyone to be born without a human father…. First we must admit that the evidence for the tenability of this doctrine is to [sic] shallow to convince any objective thinker.”


18) What student of the Gospel wrote the following concerning the reliability of the Old Testament: “If we accept the Old Testament as being ‘true’ we will find it full of errors, contradictions, and obvious impossibilities–as that the Pentateuch was written by Moses.”

19) What civil rights historian pointed out that King probably got preferential treatment at white schools as opposed to historically black schools?

20) Have these issues troubled the main stream King worshipers?



1) The Honorable John Lewis Smith, Jr.

2) Reverend Ralph Abernathy. And the Walls Came Tumbling Down

3) Reverend Ralph Abernathy. And the Walls Came Tumbling Down

4) Robert F. Kennedy.  See David Garrow’s biography of King, Bearing the Cross

5) Charles D. Brennan

6) President Lyndon B. Johnson

7) The Wall Street Journal.  In 1991, the Journal of American History reported that “plagiarism was a general pattern evident in nearly all of his academic writings.”

8) Dr. Jack Boozer

9) Lynne Cheney, wife of former Vice President Richard Cheney

10) Michael King, Jr. In 1935 his father, Michael King, declared to his congregation that he would henceforth be known as Martin Luther King and that his son would be known as Martin Luther King, Jr.

11) Harry Emerson Fosdick

12) Bayard Rustin

13) His biographer, David J. Garrow

14) Stanley Levison, a communist

15) Archibald Carey, Jr., at the 1952 Republican National Convention.  Carey and King knew each other.

16) Written by Martin Luther King, Jr., while studying at Crozer Theological Seminary, Chester, Pennsylvania.

17) Written by Martin Luther King, Jr., while studying at Crozer Theological Seminary.

18) Written by Martin Luther King, Jr., while studying at Crozer Theological Seminary.

19) Ralph Luker pointed out that King averaged a C+ at historically black Morehouse College. At Crozer Theological Seminary he averaged an A-.

20) What do you think? Why?

0 questions correct means you are a model citizen.

1 – 5 questions correct means you could be dangerous.
6 – 10 questions correct means you need electro-convulsive therapy.
11 – 15 questions correct means you are a hater.
16 or more questions correct means you are a terrorist. Turn yourself in now for re-education and your life may be spared.

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  • StillModerated

    How tall was Michael King?

    5′ 5″

    • Svigor

      Haha, history quizzes can be fun!

      On this day in history (2013/1/21), in which city was a quintuple-shooting perpetrated on MLK boulevard, on MLK day, during the MLK day parade?

      Bonus points for knowing the race of the perps and the vics!

      Neighbors say quintuple shooting on MLK Blvd. is ’embarrassing’

      • StillModerated

        January 21st is National Squirrel Appreciation Day. There were a lot of nuts that need to be buried freezing in front of the broken jumbotron and sound system today. I’m surprised YT was not handed the blame on a paper plate.

        • Tim

          I`m not sure what you`re talking about. but the Jumbotron reference reminded me of something. Last MLK day I walked downtown. They had a Jumbotron on a flat bed truck and it had MLK`s face twenty feet high. It was soo Big Brother and 1984 as to be VERY unsettling…

      • Cherry Bomb

        New Orleans, LOL. But I thought all the guns were confiscated after Katrina?

        What are the chances the shootings were in a gun-free zone and all the shooters had been background checked, waited the proper number of days and were all law-abiding citizens w/o felony convictions.

        Don’t you know N.O. Police Superintendent Ronald Serpas is a big anti-gun advocate.

    • Dude

      Q: How tall are the tales of his greatness?

      A: Tall as a banana tree.

  • tarczan

    That was great! We need humor.

  • The__Bobster

    I knew all the generalities. I just had problems with the specific names.

  • Fighting_Northern_Spirit

    Who called King a “hypocrite preacher”? Everyone acquainted with factual reality?

  • anon1

    MLK day rivals being single on Valentine’s day for me. I just can’t wait for it to end!

    • StillModerated

      Just wait for Black History Month.

      • Ebo Nick

        Correction, it’s Black History Monf.

        • OlderWoman

          Wonder what the black crime statistics are during ‘black hist’ry monf’ as opposed to the rest of the months of the year.

          • Ebo Nick

            I’d imagine lower because they tend to stay off the street when it be cold.

          • JDInSanDiego

            And there are only 28 days most of the time.

      • Morris Thecat

        what happened on this day in “black hiss-ree” – answer– “nuffin”

      • I invented the PBJ sammich

        Singers, dancers, affaletes, and protesters monf. Oh, and one cook who made a recipe for peanut butter.

  • Tim_in_Indiana

    This is one quiz where it’s more important to know the questions than to know the answers!

  • SintiriNikos

    Bonus points:

    1. which MLK progeny made a speech declaring Lincoln to have written the Declaration of Independence?

    2. How much is the MLK clan charging you, the taxpayer, for the privilege of using the Saintly departed father’s Bible at Saint Barack’s inauguration?

    • josh

      What was the name of the white prostitute he beat the hell out of on his last on Earff?

  • SintiriNikos


    Since Dr. King was a pastor, where was his congregation? Extra extra marks if you can name 1 person.

    Finally, which public figure once claimed to have cradled King as he lay dying?

    • bluffcreek1967

      Congregation?? Silly, haven’t you realized yet that Black ‘Reverends’ don’t need an actual congregation?! Just by calling themselves ‘Reverend,’ ‘Pastor,’ or ‘Doctor’ makes it true – and how dare you even begin to question their training, their credentials or their lack of congregational members! Haven’t you heard of Rev. Jesse Jackson and Rev. Al Sharpton?

      • SintiriNikos

        I’m sorry, what was I thinking?! Thanks for straightening me out. Btw, you somehow got the answer to question #2. The Great Jesse Jackson! I believe it was after his fast-food career where he gave White clients some special sauce in their meals.

      • OlderWoman

        There are at least a couple of blacks in my building who call themselves Reverend. All blacks, to my knowledge, consider themselves preachers. What they preach is often Bible skewed to fit their perverted political views. They always compare themselves to Biblical characters.

        • Robert

          How old are you?

        • Svigor

          I’ve noticed that blacks on TV love to lecture white people. And white people on TV love to be lectured by blacks. And the TV loves showing black people lecturing white people.

          Take HBO’s The Wire, for example. Note how often black public servants lecture or browbeat white public servants, and how seldom the reverse happens. Also note how blacks are always justified in doing so, while the white exceptions to the rule are always out of line. And this is the show race-realists and HBD-ers hold up as “race realist.”

          On the other hand, it’s also the show that put its Jayson Blair analog in Nordic skin, and the crusader attempting to expose him in coffee-colored skin. Jewish people (producer David Simon) really can’t help themselves, I think.

          Back in real life, this white man takes no lectures from blacks.

        • Joseph

          They have a particular affinity for the title “bishop” too.

    • Cherry Bomb

      Same congregation as $harkton and Jack$on.

      #2. Lyin’ Jesse Jack$on.

    • OlderWoman

      Jesse Jackson. I saw Steve Cokely’s video of Jesse putting both hands in MLK’s blood then wiping it on his shirt. Many blacks do NOT like Jesse Jackson. He wanted to replace MLK as leader of the Civil Rights group.

      • SintiriNikos

        You got it. I think he even wore the shirt on the Tonight Show or something. I agree that there are many decent blacks that are embarrassed and outraged by the antics of the likes of JJ and Sharpton.

  • Tim_in_Indiana

    I did a Google image search for The Honorable John Lewis Smith, Jr, and sho’ nuff!! The plot thickens!

    Plus, I was treated in the process to a “Google Doodle” of “His Holiness” himself! Reminds me of the communist propaganda posters showing Stalin in noble poses.

    In fact, the whole annual Mike King sanctification reminds me of communist propaganda. The only difference is that the Russian people shook off the communist yoke when they had a chance, while the American people seem to be gladly taking it upon themselves, something I don’t quite understand.

    • Laager

      It is worse in South Africa where everything is named Nelson Mandela this, Nelson Mandela that and Nelson Mandela the next thing.
      The clearest demonstration possible of the lack of imagination within his followers. They just don’t have to use their brains any longer. One name suits all.

      • Unperson

        “They just don’t have to use their brains any longer. One name suits all.”
        Well, yes, but also they don’t have a very long list of “distinguished” names from which to choose. When an entire race has so few individuals of note — any sort of note — tedious repetition of the few recognizable brand-names is inevitable.

  • dhs

    16) Who was the president who signed the bill that made Martin Luther King’s birthday a national holiday, and trashed the holidays for presidents Washington and Lincoln?


    16) Ronald F. Reagan

    • Svigor

      trashed the holidays for presidents Washington and Lincoln

      One out of two ain’t bad.

      • Denial Darby

        At least Lincoln was a racist.

        • LaSantaHermandad

          I hope that JW Booth is roasting in the depths of Hell. Lincoln was a race realist who abhorred slavery but who understood the mostly “down” side of living with Blacks. We are living Booth’s legacy and all the horror and blood that goes with it.

          • mr_hollands_nopus

            Wrong! Abe Lincoln was a tyrant and was the main “belligerent” of the war that caused the death of 600,000 Americans. He is the only US president in history to suspend habeas corpus, all because the south wanted to go their separate way. Lincoln only obeyed the constitution when it suited his means, otherwise he ignored it. I’m not a JW Booth apologist; he most assuredly was a very sore loser, but “Honest” Abe was a tyrant of the first order.

          • josh

            Yes I agree,the worship of Lincoln—for obvious reasons;note the YKW Steven Speilberg with his kosher Lincoln movie,where Linc plays the standard “WHITE GUY WHO SUDDENLY REALIZES THAT RAYCIZZUM IS WRONG AN STUFF”;–is unseemly.But the real blame for the War and everything that follwoed falls on the scum de la scum slave owners.The elite trash the country to make money,sending the poor man to fight his war…gee that sounds familiar.

          • Svigor

            Nonsense. Slaveholders didn’t set the blacks loose. Yankees did. They invaded and burned the south to get it done, too.

          • mr_hollands_nopus

            I see your point Josh, that the elite slaveholders were responsible for getting the poor man to do his fighting for him. However, many officers fighting for the south were slaveholders and fought and died for the south. In the north it was common for the well to do males to hire a substitute to take their place in the draft or pay $300 for commutation of their obligation to serve. Many of the southern elites had no qualms about fighting for the protection of their way of life and protection of their private property. To put the cause of the war at the feet of the slaveholders is exactly what the federal government and all the DWL’s would like you to do. The south wanted to go it’s separate way, It didn’t want to be a part of a government that wasn’t looking after it’s interests. Is that wrong? Was it worth the lives of 600,000 American? Apparently Mr. Lincoln thought so.

          • LaSantaHermandad

            Lincoln’s writings reflect his wish to repatriate the slaves. That’s the point I was trying to make. Booth’s actions certainly put a crimp in the plan and yes I’m aware that Lincoln didn’t get a lot of support from the Congress.

          • Gereng

            J.W. Booth is one of my childhood heros. One of the few who recognized A.L. as the tyrant he was. Old Abe was woefully lacking in political skills. He managed to murder about 900,000 Americans..more than all our foreign enemies together killed. Why he is damned near worshiped has always been a mystery to me. His uncivil war destroyed the physical infrastructure and the economy of the South. It did not revive until the 1960s.
            Booth was also a great stage actor…as was his brother.

          • Anthony Cracolice

            I am sure you have direct evidence of the Booth brothers’ theatrical aplomb. Lincoln did not murder anyone.

          • Gereng

            Yes, and Edwin continued his carrer on the stage with no harm to his reputation. Lincoln freed the Negroes and set them on us. His political fumbling and arrest and shutting down his opponents made certain no resolution to the issue was going to interfere with his decision to be a war president. This is real history, not the rubbish tales told to the kiddies and not the south hating, negro worshipping New Englanders who wrote the versions of A.L’ s bios now enshrined in history texts..

          • Robert

            You don’t know who to like, LaSatan.

          • Svigor

            Booth is singing with the angels for doing God’s work. It’s Lincoln who’s roasting in hell, and thank God for that.

        • Robert

          Lincoln was a retard. So are you, Denial.

          • Judah P. Benjamins

            Robert, your African DNA is showing. Better cover up.

        • Svigor

          Even a stopped clock is right twice a day.

    • bluffcreek1967

      This is one of a few reasons why, as a staunch right-wing conservative, I WON’T place Reagan on some political pedestal. He did some downright foolish things, such as grant the illegal Mexicans amnesty in 1986! Geez, was that a complete failure! Don’t get me wrong: I admire the man and he did some good things for our country, in spite of the opposition he faced. Still, I refuse to idolize him as some conservatives are inclined to do. I admit I’m still pissed about what he did in 1986!

      • Commie Hunter

        Mr. Conservative, Ronald Reagan, said repeatedly his favorite president was the commie Franklin Delano Rosenfelt.

        • OlderWoman

          Ronald Reagan was once a Democrat. He was President of Screen Actors Guild. His nickname in Hollywood was “Red Ronnie Reagan”. And, then, he came to his senses. Except when he created ‘MLK holiday’. It’s an Affirmative Action holiday…a token holiday. In Westwood, CA at Jew-C-L-A (as they call it) there’s the Ronald Reagan Neurosciences hospital wing funded by Hebrews.

      • SintiriNikos

        Amen. St. Ronnie. If Reagan is the conservative answer to the liberal JFK, it shows you how left-of-centre the so-called American right has become.

        Ronnie brought down communism by allowing it and even pushing it in his own country. But hey, he did what he had to do to get re-elected then get nitwit Georgie the First to follow.

      • Joseph

        Reagan was very rapidly surrounded by he usual suspects. He had little control of the REAL agenda. I am sad to say that in some ways he was another Jimmy Carter.

    • Fed is Red

      Red Ronnie, in effect, made Mikey the father of our country when he sacked Washington’s birthday. How can a race of people be as foolish as ours and survive? .

      • Svigor

        It can’t. A bottleneck is coming. Position your descendants for survival and prosperity.

        • dhs

          You make good point, but I wonder how many know what you mean by “bottleneck”.

          • Bob

            Does he mean the rush to leave the cities wtshtf?

    • Reagan was just old and out of it in his second term. The moral of this story is we can’ put our hopes in to old White men leaders – 30 to 60 should be the rule.

    • MikeofAges

      New heard of Ronald F. Reagan. President Reagan was Ronald Wilson Reagan. Worse yet, “F” is nowhere near “W” on the standard keyboard.

      • anonymous_amren

        I think the F stands for F#@%!#@. As in: Ronald F#@%!#@ Reagan trashed the holidays for the founding fathers, and venerated Michael F#@%!#@ King with a national holiday.

        • MikeofAges

          He wasn’t incisive on some issue. Went along to get along. But it is strange that we have only one holiday left that recognizes a single person. I think it should be called Civil Rights Day. Either that, or give us back Washington’s Birthday and Lincoln’s. too bad if they’re all bunched together. Wait, I just had a brainstorm. How about “Freedom Day”, which could combine Lincoln and King? Let’s see how THEY like having their holidays conflated. Not to mention, Washington was more than just a president. Actually, he was, in the eyes of some, the greatest man of the age.

    • Robert

      The only reason I support Reagan.

  • A few weeks ago here on AR, I cited Gandhi as one of the most overrated figures in the 20th Century. I made the observation that it was foolish to think that a brown hippie wearing a potato sack and glasses could dislodge a whole subcontinent from one of the most powerful empires on Earth. The reality is that he was just a malcontent who got the “political” credit when the United States sawed off one piece of the British Empire after another in exchange for us helping save Britain from Germany in WWII. FDR made that cost to Churchill clear; revenge for those 1775 and 1812 deals, don’t you know.

    I feel much the same way about MLK — Just your typical hypocrite moral retrograde black preacher who could string a few sentences together, who just made noise and gets political credit for a movement he rode but did not create, Obviously, the real creators of the American civil rights movement were when Irish-American and Jewish-American political power finally picked up enough steam, combined with enough help at just the right time and just the right type from traitor toteys like LBJ and later Richard Nixon (*), to get its “comeuppance” on WASP-y Brahmin-y “plain ole American” America for real or perceived historical slights.

    (*) – Nixon’s middle name was his mother’s maiden name, and is an Anglicized form of the German “Millhausen,” which is the former name of an Alsatian German town that now has a different name because it’s not n Germany anymore.

    • bluffcreek1967

      Men like Gandhi and MLK are also successful for their causes in nations that are deeply Christian influenced where morality, personal rights and liberty are presumed. This is both one of the blessings and curses (so to speak) of such countries. But had Gandhi and MLK tried it in the old Soviet Union or among totalitarian states, we would never be having this discussion.

      • If Gandhi were born 75 years earlier and tried what he tried, he would be just another footnote in history, crushed underneath the steamroller of the British Empire.

    • IstvanIN

      The British didn’t need our help in WW2. 1) They declared war on Germany, Germany didn’t want war with Britain. 2) Germany wanted peace with Britain after Britain declared war and even told Britain they could keep their empire if they just left Germany alone.

      Britain did themselves in.

      • Pat

        Naive, simplistic. The Germans told Britain it could ‘keep the empire’..who are the Germans to be telling anybody they could do anything? What would the US have done if they had been offered an ultimatum? Remember it was German allies that attacked Pearl Harbour. You do not seriously think that a man like Hitler would have stopped on his world conquest theme? What about the Russians, first one side then the other? Normally your posts are quite informative and interesting, sorry, but this is too ridiculous.

        If you are trying to imagine an alternative to the cultural mess we have now, I do not think this is it. And yes, we did need your help.

        • Sloppo

          Do you really think Germany would have been able to occupy the United States or any other part of North America? Hitler wasn’t such a great guy, but do you really think Stalin was any better? You seem to think the US saved Britain from Hitler and maybe that’s true, but do you think Hitler’s regime would have ever let Britain or any other part of Europe become Islamic colonies? As I understand it, Hitler admired the British people and did not want to go to war with them. This is speculation, but I doubt that he would have allowed Pakistanis and Turks to replace your people like your politicians have done. I think I can somewhat understand the old war veterans who look around the Islamic regions of Europe and wonder if it had been a good idea to fight against Germany.

          • Pat

            No I do not think he would have allowed ‘islamic invasions’, but I do not think life under him would have been some kind of utopia. Out of the frying pan into the fire.

            As for occupying the US maybe not, but it would have been him that would have been at the forefront of new science, especially the space race. Wernher von Braun cut his teeth on making rockets for Hitler aimed at Britain. I would never have known a favourite uncle if he had not flattened himself on Waterloo Bridge as one of WvB’s V2s exploded nearby. Hitler also had U-boats off the coast of America, spying, while you were still neutral. Look at the countries he did manage to occupy, imagine them one unit. America grew to prominence because Europe was destroyed by two world wars. What if we had not been?

            Hitler might have ‘admired’ us but we would never have been allowed to stand in the way. Not sure of his personal views on the US – who knows?

            If you had not entered the war I think it would have been the Russians who took over, but this is turning full circle as they too now have problems with islamic invasions (see YouTube, Muslims in Moscow). I fully understand those who might wonder at an alternative history but we still have a bit of democracy to hang on to, under Hitler we would have had none

          • Sloppo

            Life under Hitler would probably have been less than ideal, but I’m pretty sure that the British people would have been allowed to continue to exist. As it is … your people (and ours in the US) are being replaced. The British people would probably have outlived a despot like Hitler might have been for them, but once your people are a minority in an Islamic Britain … your people may be on in irreversible fast-track to extinction. I believe Hitler would have probably beaten Stalin without US intervention … or at least held them out of Europe. For that reason, the US is probably indirectly responsible for more than 4 murderous decades of communist rule for half of Europe. I’m not proud of that.

          • Pat

            You are too hard on yourself. Wasn’t it Winston Churchill who said that America generally does the right thing when all other possibilities have been explored.

          • Sloppo

            Americans tend to be kind and generous and we usually try to do the right thing. And the propaganda networks have the power to make the American people believe that just about anything is the “right thing”.

          • TeutonicKnight67

            It has been well documented that Hitler was a voracious reader of Zane Grey westerns. He had a deep admiration for white America because of its suppression of the indians and blacks.

          • Garrett Brown

            During the war? Hell no. But if they could have taken Russia and it’s oil fields(then regroup and rebuild for a decade or two) it’s quite possible.

        • Svigor

          I sometimes like to visit the fantasy world where Germany could have invaded Britain and “Nazi world conquest” isn’t a punch line, but I wouldn’t want to live there.

          • Pat

            I don’t understand how you have a fantasy world where I get invaded but not you. I don’t want to be ‘invaded’ by anybody…at all. Pretty soon fantasy worlds are all either of us are going to have left.

          • Sloppo

            Would you like to live a couple of decades in Britain so you can watch it continue to transform into Britainistan?

        • Garrett Brown

          “who are the Germans to be telling anybody they could do anything?”

          Ooohhh I don’t know, maybe that they had the strongest military in the world at that time? If they had more man power we’d be speaking German right now.

          • Pat

            They did indeed, but what right did they have to coerce the rest of us? Speaking English suits me fine.

          • Garrett Brown

            And I as well, but I would surely take a nationalist who loves his country more than anything and wants to see his people succeed more than anything over oboonga any day.

        • Spud Koolzip

          Hitler did NOT seek to ‘conquer the world.’
          That’s just more leftist, politically correct historical revisionism.

      • shmo123

        The British declared war on Germany because they were at least honorable enough to honor the treaty they had with Poland. That they didn’t lift a finger for the first year is another thing, but they knew which way the wind was blowing. War was going to come whether they wanted it or not.

        • Svigor

          Ah, I see. They allied with the Soviets, who invaded Poland, to honor their treaty with Poland. Thanks for the history lesson.

          • Garrett Brown


          • shmo123

            You’re confused and your timeline is off moron. There was no alliance between the Brits and Soviets before the Nazi’s invaded Poland in 1939. There was a treaty between the Brits and the Poles prior to the Nazi invasion that said if Germany invaded Poland, Britain (and France) would come to the aid of the Poles. The Soviets being the duplicitous, back-stabbing scumbags they were, entered into an alliance with the scumbag Hitler to divide eastern europe into Soviet and German spheres of influence one week before the Germans attacked Poland (Molotov-Ribbentrop agreement, Aug. 23, 1939). Stalin sent Hitler raw materials right up to the time he was attacked, knowing full well Hitler hated his guts. When Hitler finally did attack the Soviets in June of 1941, the Brits being alone in holding off the Germans, did the only thing they could–they went into an alliance with one devil to fight off another. As for the Brits doing anything to hold off the Soviets when they took their piece of the Polish pie, there was nothing they could do. They had to play the cards that were on the table. Got that?

        • Garrett Brown

          Britain declared war on Germany because they knew we would support them and they would most likely achieve victory(which meant lots and lots of moolah).

          • Pat

            Britain declared war on Germany ‘hoping’ you would support…..

            ‘which meant lots of moolah’…under the lend lease arrangements we had to repay the US after the war. The last payment was made to you in August 2006. I think we were unique in this. You handed out barrel loads of cash to almost everybody else.

      • Michael_C_Scott

        Nazi Germany declared war on the United States a few few days after Pearl Harbor.

    • saxonsun

      Thanks for posting on what this nation did to England–most people are unaware of this.

      • It’s a bit of a controversial interpretation of history, for sure. But it’s definitely a sane interpretation of the August 1941 Anglo-American Atlantic Charter, even if one doesn’t agree with the interpretation. How can you read it and not come away with thinking about the backroom deal that had to be made to craft its language, and what it meant for the Anglo-American relationship after our involvement in the war against Germany that we all should have seen coming for its sake?

    • OlderWoman

      MLK was so-o-o dramatic when he was screaming his speeches. Blacks like that. Google for America’s Black Hitler and watch the crowds go crazy when he screams that they should kill all the whites, the women especially and the babyies. Isn’t it interesting his own people are killing hundreds of thousands of black babies through abortion.

  • bigone4u

    The mythmaking about Honest Abe and Mike King are sourced from the same ideological mindset. The truth is that both of them were corrupt, lying pieces of excrement, in it for the power and adulation. And don’t get me started about the next great American myth, whose name starts with the letter O, nor the one after that whose sex is female and whose initials are HC.

    • Laager

      A documentary is being screened on UK TV extolling the virtues of Harry Belafonte’s contributions in the US Civil Rights struggle and later in the global struggle to end Apartheid in South Africa. Coming from a family where his father abandoned them when he was about 2 he went on to have 3 marriages himself. The Civil Rights struggle coined the phrase “black is beautiful”, yet with all the choice he had at his disposal 2 of his 3 wives were white. And blacks persistently cry that whites oppress them. I just don’t get it.

      • OlderWoman

        It’s every black man’s dream to control a white woman. Harry got his dream girl…a Hebrew with a lot of money.

        • josh

          Harry worships the jew;the jew is powerful. The jew is the slaveowner,rich and mighty. The white man is the redneck sodbuster. Belafonte—hell,ALL of them–hate the white man with a passion.

    • Svigor

      Abe Lincoln made his bones as a shyster for the railroads. That pedigree tells the story of his entire political career, really.

  • Garrett Brown

    LOL this is fantastic!

  • BR

    My daughter has never lived in a national that does not have a black president. Here parents have never lived in a society where open, and legal discrimination against them, because of their race, was not the normal. I

    • IstvanIN


      • BR

        Damn autocorrect

  • Rex Feral

    I knew the answer to #4. Should that really count against me knowing which white man was investigating a black man?

  • whitepony87

    Mahen Loofah Kang

    • Robert

      White Pony was a shitty album.

      • whitepony87

        I guess we are all entitled to our own opinions. Thanks for sharing.

      • whitepony87

        Wasn’t my favorite either, I just like the name and the picture. Thanks for contributing your very insightful opinion.


    This will never end

  • anti-christ obama

    The whole thing is a joke and you can thank Sen Jesse Helms for standing up to the truth and the farce of even wasting a day on MLK having endured more hate spew and death threats plus mockery in the liberal media that any known person in America other than maybe George Wallace.
    It takes a lot of guts to stand by your convictions and not allow lies revisionism and fiction to be allowed without a contradiction of the real truth.
    Liberal white homosexuals, atheists, misfits, odd balls, freaks, perverts, sickos, and the off white other 2 races or mixtures are a scourge to humanity but clearly ha the mistake of slavery never existed or been corrected by the founders, none of this would have occured on such a massive scale and the anti-christ would never have happened at this time.

  • Sloppo

    I sent my 13 year old girl to school today with this quiz and the answers. Her history teacher is a bit on the politically correct side of many issues so I think they might have an interesting conversation today. I told her that to let me know if he gives her any flack because I’ll stand up for her if it gets ugly.

    • BR

      I don’t discuss such matters publicly, and encourage my family not to either. Call me paranoid, and but I fear we may be moving past the point where those expressing such views are merely ostracized. Case in point, but aren’t annual conferences.

      • BR

        Damn spell check.. Amren’s annual conferences.

      • Sloppo

        I have some concern about the risk of her getting some negative feedback, but I have to weigh that against the risk of saying nothing and having my children passively accept a very dangerous indoctrination. It’s a small private school and my daughter is not an average girl. She is very emotionally mature for her age. She makes straight A’s and she wins just about every award or competition she gets involved in. She’s very pretty, but also physically very strong and pretty decent at standing up for herself. At some point, my children will have to face this sort of thing anyway, so I teach them the truth about these things starting as early as they are able to understand it.

        • Svigor

          You present a false dichotomy. Your choices are not “send her into school to pick a fight” or “say nothing.” I have, with very little effort, immunized my nephew and niece against American school indoctrination. Or more accurately, introduced them to critical thinking. Seeds of doubt planted early grow into mighty orchards.

          Granted, my nephew doesn’t have the psychological or intellectual makeup to employ Taqiyyah or anything like it, so he’s gotten himself into quite a few dust-ups blurting out the truth in class. But they were his decisions.

          • Sloppo

            She didn’t pick any fights today. She simply carried with her a piece of paper with historical facts to a history class. She also let her politically correct teacher see the quiz. There really isn’t much he could say about it. The stuff in the quiz is all true. It’s supposed to be a Christian school. If he or anyone else over there wants to make an issue over it, I may have to point out that Christians are suppose to be truthful. I certainly don’t mind doing that but I’m not sure the teacher wants to have that conversation with me.

      • Svigor

        I tend to agree. Counter their lies at home and arm the youth intellectually, but do it Taqiyyah style and smile to the commisa- er, I mean teachers’ faces.

    • We must educate the younger generation, starting with our own kids. Good for you Sloppo!

      • Svigor

        Yeah, if I believed that false choice, I’d go with “pick a fight” too. I’m not saying we shouldn’t educate our youth, obviously. It’s vital that we do. I’m quite sure there are many “race-realists” who lack the courage to even “work” the youth in their families, sometimes even their own kids, which I find depressing to think about.

        • Sloppo

          If we never stand up for ourselves and present the truth, what good is our knowledge?

    • John Taylor Gatto

      We will never win by “sending our kids to school.” That is not an option anymore. Why can’t people see this? Extremely intelligent people blow this one. Amazing.

  • BRuNo

    MLK was known to be a sexual pervert with a penchant for very young boys and girls.
    He was far from a saint, but then again who among us are?
    The average black has No Idea what King did or why they just know it is the name of a street and a day they don’t have to work.

    • OlderWoman

      I don’t believe he was ‘into’ children. I know he liked hookers and liked beating them. But, there’s no evidence he was a pedophile. I think you’re inventing false news.

    • mr_hollands_nopus

      Please tell me what days they do work. I know that most days that I get up and go to work, I see gangs of them on the streets enjoying “MLK” day.

    • Robert

      All lies created by J. Edgar Hoover. Of course, that asshole tried to smear Dr. King’s name.

      • Svigor

        Haha. I notice you haven’t denied that he liked beating hookers. 🙂

        I suppose he’s right there next to Abe, roasting in Hell.

        • TeutonicKnight67

          Oh Svigor. Clearly you’re being too hard on Robert. It’s obvious that Marching Looter Kang “di’n do nuffin”!

  • LOL

  • Morris Thecat

    George Washington- “I can not tell a lie, I chopped down the cherry tree”
    MLK Jr –” Eyes wrotes dat alls by mahsehhhfs”
    black people — “weez built da pir’mihds n’ shee-yit yoh”