Sunday, August 27, 2023

60Th Anniversary of The March on Washington


60Th Anniversary Celebration 

The March on Washington

Did JFK's Relationship with MLK 

Play a Role in his Assassination?

August 28, 2023 represents the 60th Anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr's March on Washington.

One issue rarely discussed is if there was any correlation between President Kennedy's assassination and his relationship with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr? I would argue there was more to this than meets the eye which I will go more into detail on later in this article. 

What do I know about Dr. King's AMAZING career achievements and history? On, every year for the past 16 years, I have repbublished and significantly expanded my story on Dr. King, on Martin Luther King day in the U.S. My Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. article, so far as I know, represents the single largest repository of Dr. King's history on the web.

I believe JFK's relationship with MLK represents one of many reasons the CIA and FBI spearheaded and participated in the assassination of President Kennedy. 

Specifically, the CIA and FBI thought Kennedy was not only soft on Communism, but equally soft on empathizing and promoting African Americans. In other words, they believed JFK's role in facilitating the March on Washington, and congratulating MLK was bad for America, in that both CIA Director, Allen Dulles and FBI Director, J. Edgar Hoover were white supremacist that thought people of color and minorities should continue to be segregated and not kept down.


President Kennedy invited Martin Luther King to the White House to talk about civil rights on October 16, 1962.

On December 17, 1962, President Kennedy invited Dr. Martin Luther King back to the White House to discuss civil rights. In the photo below we see American civil right leader Roy Wilkins standing behind Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who is shaking hands with Adlai Stevenson who was the United States Ambassador to the United Nations, who is standing next to President Kennedy in the Oval Office.

I Have A Dream Speech

March On Washington D.C.

August 28, 1963

This next image is extremely profound as it offers an unusual view from behind Abraham Lincoln's statue located in the Lincoln Memorial, in Washington D.C., and we witness Abraham Lincoln witnessing what he set out to achieve. The symbology behind this image is amazing if you think about it!!! It is also a profound irony Abraham Lincoln was likely assassinated for trying to protect people that could not protect themselves.

"Beyond the reflecting pool, stand the dignified columns of the Lincoln Memorial. Whoever would understand in his heart the meaning of America will find it in the life of Abraham Lincoln." –President Ronald Reagan.

Martin Luther King Jr's, I Have A Dream speech is one of the deepest and most profound speeches any man has ever given:

JFK invited MLK and other civil rights leaders who participated in the March on Washington to meet with him in the Oval Office at the White House on August 28, 1963.

This political demonstration garnered more political coverage than any other in history. It was crystal-clear that JFK understood and supported the Civil Rights Movement.

I believe the powers that be in the United States that decided to assassinate President Kennedy created a pro/con list and one of the top pro assassination reasons—among many others—was they thought JFK was promoting REAL civil rights in a meaningful way, which they were radically apposed to. I am NOT saying this was the main reason, but likely played a significant role in their decision to end his life.

Abraham, Martin and John 

By Dion.