Friday, September 6, 2013

How Martin Luther King Ended The American War in Vietnam

I was reading an argument by a vet who was there for the 1968 Tet offensive fighting alongside soldiers and under officers of some African heritage.   They overcome the Tet offensive.  A few months later Martin Luther King was assassinated, for having criticized the American War exactly one year earlier, on 4 Apr 1967.

This soldier's observation was after King was assassinated, the soldiers of some African heritage lost the will to fight for USA, and ultimately that turned the tide, where USA lost that war.  So for those who say "politicians lost that war" should look to the politicians who assassinated Dr. King.

But curious that...  killing King to keep the war going, ended it for the war profiteers.  King ended the war by taking a bullet for the Vietnamese.  He may not have made it to the promised land, but surely by his death he made it to Heaven.

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