Dr. William F. Pepper, Keynote Address from the "9/11: Revealing the Truth / Reclaiming Our Future" conference, held in Chicago, June 2-4th, 2006

Video produced by members of 911Truth.org, sponsored by 911Truth.org and MUJCA.com.

Dr. William F. Pepper is un-famous as the lawyer who successfully acted for the family of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in a 1999 Memphis Circuit Court trial. The trial, Kings v. Jowers, etal, aka “the Martin Luther King, Jr. Assassination Conspiracy Trial” resulted in this jury verdict;

THE COURT: In answer to the question did Loyd Jowers participate in a conspiracy to do harm to Dr. Martin Luther King, your answer is yes. Do you also find that others, including governmental agencies, were parties to this conspiracy as alleged by the defendant? Your answer to that one is also yes…

More on the MLK trial; http://www.ratical.org/ratville/JFK/WFPonMLK.html

I say “un-famous” because this verdict was basically omitted from the mainstream, corporate press.

Perhaps the most valuable information transmitted by Pepper in this keynote address is the story of infiltration of the “National Conference for New Politics” in 1967, a movement designed to challenge the political status quo with an anti-war, anti-poverty agenda. Martin Luther King and Dr. Benjamin Spock were to lead this political movement. Pepper describes how agents provacateurs positioned themselves within the nascent party and pushed through highly questionable “unacceptable” resolutions designed to divide the participants. Pepper warns that the 9/11 skeptic community has undoubtedly already been infiltrated by agents bent on dividing, and not uniting.

He warns that America is sliding toward a full oligarchy, with the same rapidity that the oligarchy is being dismantled in Venezuela. He advises people to be cautious of disinformation that is planted with the community that can be easily discredited; strawmen that are thrown up to be knocked by zealots placed within a compromised corporate press. He warns of an uphill struggle, but a worthy struggle.

(Bonnie Faulkner has posted an excellent interview with Pepper at her Guns and Butter website archive, broadcast on May 31 and June 7, 2006.)

Type: AVI Video (DivX codec required - recommended players: VLC media player or the commercial DivX player)
Duration: 1:00:16
Bit rate: 128 kbps
Dimensions: 352x272
Size: 349 MB

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