In his autobiography the Rev Abernathy, MLK close friend, exposes martin luther king as a WHORE MONGER

In this book the Rev Abernathy MLK close friend expose martin luther king as a WHORE MONGER
Abernathy was MLK’s right-hand man and most trusted friend, playing a momentous role in the Civil Rights movement.

MLK was “caught in the act” by MLK closest friend Ralph Abernathy, King’s hand-picked successor as president of S.C.L.C. from 1968 to 1976

In his autobiography the Rev Abernathy, MLK close friend, exposes martin luther king as a WHORE MONGER.

Originally published in 1989, this beautifully written autobiography of the Rev. Dr. Ralph David Abernathy—Martin Luther King Jr.’s partner and eventual successor—not only tells his own story but also expounds on the leaders he knew intimately, including King, Jesse Jackson, Andrew Young, and Lyndon Johnson, among others.

How MLK’s right-hand man, the Reverand Ralph Abernathy was ‘erased’ from history.

The Rev. Ralph David Abernathy was a giant in the historic campaign for justice and equality, but history has treated him like a minor footnote.

As the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s right-hand man and most trusted friend, Abernathy played a momentous role.

But the more the civil rights story is told, the more Abernathy’s role is reduced. The irony is that in the effort to chronicle the visionary struggle against injustice, an enormous one is being carried out.

Abernathy was the one King strategized with at night when the other aides were asleep. Most pictures of King show Abernathy at his side, at the White House with President Lyndon Johnson or in Selma at the Edmund Pettus Bridge.

Abernathy shared King’s dream — and most of his jail cells.

But Abernathy, who died in 1990, has never been forgiven for writing about the dalliances of an unfaithful King. For destroying the perfect-man myth, Abernathy has been relegated to the historical sidelines of a revolution he was instrumental in developing.

Abernathy’s fall from grace coincided with the publication of his 1989 autobiography, “And the Walls Came Tumbling Down.” In the book, Abernathy was writing about the walls of oppression in the guise of cruel Jim Crow laws.

But the ink on Abernathy’s new book was hardly dry when the walls started coming down on him. The author was called everything from a traitor to a sellout for a small section of print that weighed much more heavily than anything else.

Abernathy wrote more than 600 pages about his life, the movement, his family and his friendship with King. But the book will forever be remembered for three pages that helped destroy the man-myth of a moral leader.

Abernathy wrote that after King delivered his famous “Mountaintop” speech — the one that predicted his own death the next day — he spent part of the night with another woman, and maybe a second one.

How MLK’s right-hand man was ‘erased’ from history

By Leonard Greene

December 21, 2014

Moviegoers filling theaters to see “Selma,” the docudrama about one of the key battles of the civil rights movement, may come across a name they don’t recognize. Modal Trigger.

That is an injustice.

The Rev. Ralph David Abernathy was a giant in the historic campaign for justice and equality, but history has treated him like a minor footnote.

As the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s right-hand man and most trusted friend, Abernathy played a momentous role.

But the more the civil rights story is told, the more Abernathy’s role is reduced. The irony is that in the effort to chronicle the visionary struggle against injustice, an enormous one is being carried out.

Abernathy was the one King strategized with at night when the other aides were asleep. Most pictures of King show Abernathy at his side, at the White House with President Lyndon Johnson or in Selma at the Edmund Pettus Bridge.

Abernathy shared King’s dream — and most of his jail cells.

But Abernathy, who died in 1990, has never been forgiven for writing about the dalliances of an unfaithful King. For destroying the perfect-man myth, Abernathy has been relegated to the historical sidelines of a revolution he was instrumental in developing.

Abernathy was MLK’s right-hand man and most trusted friend, playing a momentous role in the Civil Rights movement.Getty Images

Abernathy’s fall from grace coincided with the publication of his 1989 autobiography, “And the Walls Came Tumbling Down.” In the book, Abernathy was writing about the walls of oppression in the guise of cruel Jim Crow laws.

But the ink on Abernathy’s new book was hardly dry when the walls started coming down on him. The author was called everything from a traitor to a sellout for a small section of print that weighed much more heavily than anything else.

Abernathy wrote more than 600 pages about his life, the movement, his family and his friendship with King. But the book will forever be remembered for three pages that helped destroy the man-myth of a moral leader.

Abernathy wrote that after King delivered his famous “Mountaintop” speech — the one that predicted his own death the next day — he spent part of the night with another woman, and maybe a second one.

Abernathy wrote in his 1989 autobiography that King had once spent a night with another woman, and was immediately attacked for being a “sellout” and a “traitor.”

And just like that, it was over. Four paragraphs later, Abernathy was writing about the catfish lunch he shared with King, the last meal the friends ever ate together.

Abernathy, his critics said, had stabbed his dead friend in the back and sold him out in exchange for a book contract.

Abernathy said he agonized over whether to include the account, but reasoned that the book would be more credible if it included it.

Abernathy said it was also important to de-sanctify the person he knew as a man. It’s important, he said, to know that King had frailties and faults like any other human being. He made mistakes, like all great leaders have, in and out of the Bible.

Editors Note: Citizen Journalist

The Rev Ralph Abernathy revealed MLK was a whore monger/adulterer who was a deceiver.

His close “right hand man” knew who the real MLK was and decided to tell the truth about martin luther king’s adultery as a whoremonger.

FAKE news also comes in the form of movies that depict someone as a person of integrity.

Martin luther king was a spokesman for the civil rights movement.

Martin luther king was also a adulterer and a whoremonger according to his own “right hand man” as revealed in his autobiography, And The Walls Came Tumbling Down.

When the MLK holiday rolls around every year keep in mind MLK was not just a spokesman for the civil rights movement he was also a adulterer and a whoremonger.