does anyone else think it's wierd how someone was there to take a picture?

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now that you mention it...

hold up, let me take a picture. aha pretty weird, never thought abou that until now

That might actually be from 1956 and a day of a Montgomery public transportation system being legally integrated.


oh i'm sorry I didn't know should I remove it?
Jacob said:

That might actually be from 1956 and a day of a Montgomery public transportation system being legally integrated.

i'm still skeptical either way.. i think it's all too convenient that the "secretary of the Montgomery chapter of the NAACP... acted as a private citizen "tired of giving in" (wiki)"... which ushered in the captivating Martin Luther King Jr.. i believe it was a false flag publicity stunt (whether Rosa was witting, or not) to set up MLK as the 'new way' geared toward gaining colored folks into the white man/PTB agenda.

others had done what Rosa did.. but she was selected to be the poster child for this 'movement' which thrust MLK into society's eye, to play the role of the 'new, black, savior'

anyone who isn't aware of how very naughty MLK was, check out this documentary..

Note:  the FBI letter referenced is something commonly done.. the PTB sets up folks as tools, uses them to do a job and, because they have all the dirt on the person, they use it later when it's expedient to change direction, usher in a new way, etc.. this is an ongoing cycle with them.

Also Note:  Rosa, just before her stunt, had been at the Highland Folk School where the video mentions MLK was, and which was apparently a communist activist training camp.

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