Actress Christine Ebersole: People are NEVER the ENEMY—King Even Called White Supremacists His “BROTHERS”

Transcribed by Jeff Fenske from: Actress & Singer Christine Ebersole on The Alex Jones Show, April 11, 2008

When Martin Luther King would talk about the white supremacists, he called them his ‘brothers.’ He said: ‘they’re my sick brothers, but they’re my brothers.’

See, because it’s really the brotherhood of man. We know that we are all…when we start thinking ‘other,’ ‘other,’ that’s exactly what the New World Order power elite want us to think.”

“Well, this is the point I that I wanted to make, Alex, is that, you know, when I was talking about Martin Luther King and he talks about the white supremacists being his brothers.

There is no enemy. The enemy is the system. The enemy is the system. And that’s what we have to keep our focus on.

Because to create the ‘other’ and create an enemy is doing exactly what the propaganda machines want us to do.

There is always in this business in the United States of America has always been about creating an enemy. And when you create an enemy, a perceived enemy, you create fear, and then that’s how you have control.

And you see, so for us to do it conversely, and say the enemy is these individuals that are involved in this kind of a system, that gets us off the track. Then we’re still perpetuating that illusion that there is an enemy. The enemy is the system; it’s not the individual. Because as individuals, we are created out of the same dirt in God’s image. And that our job is to love one another.

So really what it is: it’s about instructing people about what the truth is.

And so even the oligarchy, even the ones that are in high level of position, it’s really about being able to change the consciousness. It’s not about eliminating these people. Of course, it doesn’t mean that people don’t have to have responsibility, and their are consequences for actions. I believe that there are consequences; there should be consequences.

But really the ultimate, ultimate, ultimate goal in humanity with human beings to one another is to be able to bring consciousness to one another, and wake people up to the truth. And the truth is not that we have another enemy, but we have these powerful systems that are taking away where we have coopted our power, our absolute blinding light that’s within all of us.”

Listen to the Audio

One thought on “Actress Christine Ebersole: People are NEVER the ENEMY—King Even Called White Supremacists His “BROTHERS”

Leave a Reply