Down The Rabbit Hole w/ Popeye (01-01-2015) Racism, Revolution & The King Alfred Plan
(POPEYE) On this edition of DTRH Popeye breaks down the fear and racism being pumped out by the mainstream media and the government for the purpose of dividing the masses. He explains what a “revolution” really means, and why the powers that shouldn’t be want to push you towards a violent one. Then Popeye goes back in time to April 30th 1978 in order to bring radio legend Mae Brussell back on the airwaves to cover The King Alfred Plan. The King Alfred Plan was a fictional CIA-led scheme supporting an international effort to eliminate people of African descent. Mae doesn’t think The King Alfred Plan is fictional. Specifically it defined how to deal with the threat of a black uprising in the United States by cordoning off black people into concentration camps in the event of a major racial incident. The Plan first appeared in John A. Williams’ 1967 novel, The Man Who Cried I Am, a fictionalized account of the life and death of Richard Wright. In the afterword to later editions, Williams compares the King Alfred Plan to intelligence programs devised by J. Edgar Hoover in the 1960’s to monitor the movements of black militants. The fake leaders of the black community like Jesse Jackson and his ilk are exposed as well by Mae which dovetails into who the trouble makers of today are. Popeye then offers solutions for humanity to step outside of the box and solve the problem with a different level of thinking than that which created it.
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