Martin Luther King Jr. Condemned These US Atrocity Wars to Maintain Unjust Predatory Investments

Martin Luther King Jr. Condemned These US Atrocity Wars to Maintain Unjust Predatory Investments
Everyday. somewhere in Afghanistan, Somalia, Yemen, Pakistan as before in Libya and Iraq, children perish in air strikes.

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

International Campaign for Awareness of King's Condemnation of U.S. Wars and the "unjust overseas predatory investments they are meant to maintain."

In remembrance of Martin Luther King, an international campaign to petition pastors of all faiths to condemn ongoing US wars in a half-dozen innocent poor nations in the Middle East as King would have mightily condemned them. King was murdered after fiercely condemning US wars maintaining predatory investments all around the world.

This 

King Condemned US Wars Revival was kicked off at Riverside Church, the site of King’s world shaking sermon condemning US wars, the "unjust overseas predatory investments they are meant to maintain," and the absurd lies that make them acceptable, with an internationally distributed petition to all pastors to lead us in King’s footsteps.

If you believe in Martin Luther King's dream and that King rightly condemned U.S. imperialist wars, please  add your support to that of former US Attorney General Ramsey Clark, author of the Civil Rights Acts. 


In this age of instant communication a few thousand King followers will awaken many millions to what King taught about these wars and their causes. The world wide beloved image of King will be the catalyst for people everywhere to realize their capability to make wars unacceptable. 

The http://kingcondemneduswars.blogspot.com/ campaign is in memory of Howard Zinn’s radio broadcasts’ call to echo Martin Luther King's sermon, Beyond Vietnam, a Time to Break Silence. Endorsed by Fellowship of Reconciliation, Pax Christi International, Pastors For Peace, Buddhist Peace Fellowship, Thomas Merton Anti-War Committee, Manhattan Mennonite Fellowship, Father Paul Mayer, Dr. Serene Jones, Union Theological Seminary, Rev. Emmanuel Char. McCarthy, Center Christian Nonviolence
Dr. Cornell West, Rabbi Michael Lerner, Rev. Bruce Southworth (see complete list)