Saturday May 18, 2013
Lyrics & Free Studio Quality Recording of An Act of State: the Execution of Martin Luther KingSalem-News.com
The new recording by Vic Sadot features beautifully moving viola by Eric Golub.
(WASHINGTON DC) - Celebrate the MLK Birthday Holiday with "The truth from the Trial"! Get the book and read it out loud at MLK gatherings from here into the future. An Act of State: The Execution of Martin Luther King by William Pepper. Get the Free MP3 and PLAY IT OUT LOUD ON THE AIRWAVES!
Get the Free MP3 of the song by Vic Sadot that highlights what came out in the trial that the book presents. The new recording by Vic Sadot features beautifully moving viola by Eric Golub. Six Black and six White jurors unanimously convicted Loyd Jowers and un-named government co-conspirators. Is that what you will hear on this 2013 MLK Day? Or will you hear the official James Earl Ray cover story again?
Free at SoundCloud! COURAGE TO RESIST, by Vic Sadot, is a tribute to Bradley Manning, wikileaks, GI Resistance and whistle-blowers on war crimes and cover-ups. The title is taken from the name of the civilian organization called “Courage To Resist” that supports troops in service who become anti-war. The songwriter says “Blowing the whistle on war crimes is a duty, not a crime! Free Bradley Manning!" The beautiful viola accompaniment is by Eric Golub.http://soundcloud.com/
An Act of State: The Execution of Martin Luther King
(Lyrics) (Chords GCEmAmD7G)
William Pepper was a young man when he first met Dr. King
Who read his war reporting on Viet children suffering (1 Ramparts magazine 1967)
Martin asked young William Pepper to speak about the war
To come to his congregation. And they were friends forevermore…
Then William went to law school to put his talents to the task
To fight for social justice! To answer questions we must ask!
It was April 4, 1968 when Martin Luther King
Was murdered in the broad day light… It was a devastating thing!
There was a mighty “Rush to Judgment” (2 Mark Lane book on 1963 JFK murder) to blame it on James Earl Ray
There was agreement in the government to tell the media what to say
The media called it “a crime of hate”… A “lone-nut” simple thing…
Now we know it was “An Act of State” (3 Book by William Pepper), the execution of Dr. King
James Earl Ray was just a patsy, an escaped prisoner for sure…
With a top security identity for the whole 9 months before…
Some rogues within the government shielded James as “Eric Galt”
Gave him a car and a driver's license to secure him ‘til the assault…
To protect this petty criminal… To put the patsy into place
His handler sent him to Memphis where like a pawn he showed his face
Well, Martin marched for Civil Rights! And he stood against all war!
He spoke for truth and justice, and non-violence for sure!
When Martin stood with the workers… in solidarity with the poor…
That high class oligarchy hated Martin. That’s for sure!
Earl Clark was one of the Memphis cops meeting at Loyd Jowers Grill
Across from the Lorraine Motel where Dr. King was killed
Two military snipers teams would have also fired
If the police team from Memphis failed to do what was required
Next day cops cleaned the crime scene… Hauled the brush and the proof away
They avoided all the witnesses that might have some truth to say
Too many unanswered questions still blowin’ in the wind...
In a murder investigation so deliberately ruined
Too many disturbing answers still came out in the trial...
Enough to prove conspiracy to a nation in denial
Six white and six black jurors unanimously agreed
The facts presented at the trial proved who really did the deed
Yes, it all came out in the trial that in ’99 they won!
When the government was convicted of the conspiracy they’d done
William Pepper was the lawyer who won the case in court
But when he went to the press conference no reporters came to report
So here’s to William Pepper! The King Family, brave and wise!
For standing for the truth for us! For overcoming all the lies!
William Pepper, keep on struggling! You know you’re following…
The teachings, and the vision, and the dream of Dr. King!
William Pepper wrote a book about the trial and everything…
An Act of State: The Execution of Martin Luther King (3) (repeat last line slowly to end)
Copyright August 12, 2009 Victor René Sadot, BMI, Orbian Love Music
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