„The Free Thought Project As the mainstream media praises Muhammad Ali for his boxing career and Parkinson’s while only glossing over his antiwar bravery, there are untold stories of how this amazing man changed the world. One of these such contributions manifested through a terrible loss during Ali’s fight against the darling of the military industrial complex — Joe Frasier. Although Ali would take one of the worst beatings of his career, his fight provided cover for a burglary that would expose the FBI’s secret spying, murder plots, and COINTELPRO that would change the world forever. [ 633 more words. ] “
„On March 8, 1971, as 300 million people gathered to watch Ali’s first major fight since he was convicted in 1967 for bravely refusing to fight in the unjust Vietnam war, a group of heroic antiwar activists plotted their burglary of the FBI office in Media, Pennsylvania.
The noise from the fight would provide cover to the burglars as they broke into the office to expose the FBI’s heinous crimes. The group of eight activists would successfully expose the illegal spying operations of J. Edgar Hoover and how citizens across America were subject to the FBI’s black ops — including Martin Luther King, Jr.
The group took every file in the office, and this cache would eventually lead to major congressional investigations and reform within the United States intelligence apparatus.
According to the Intercept:
The distraction of the fight helped the burglars, who called themselves the Citizens Committee to Investigate the FBI, walk away with more than 1,000 documents, including one that revealed the FBI’s secret COINTELPRO operations. These operations involved a panoply of dirty tricks that ranged from planting disinformation about antiwar activists, to planning the murder of a member of the Black Panthers, and sending innocent people to prison on the basis of false testimony by agents and informers.
Also contained within those files was the entire life history of Muhammad Ali. The FBI had data on Ali dating back to elementary school.
There was some poetic justice in Ali providing cover for the burglary. As more and more secret FBI files became public as a result of the break-in, it was revealed that the FBI had kept tabs on Ali, beginning with its investigation of his Selective Service case. Some of his phone conversations were tapped, and FBI informers gained access to, of all things, his elementary school records in Louisville (teachers said little Cassius Clay, his original name, loved art). Informers also had diligently monitored and typed, word for word, what Ali said on his appearances on the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson.“
„Politik, Geschichte, Zeitgeschehen: Muhammad Ali verweigerte sich 1964 dem Militärdienst, weil er nicht für den „Krieg der Reichen gegen die Armen“ in Vietnam Blut vergießen wollte. Da eine Wehrdienstverweigerung in Amerika damals als Straftat galt,
wurde der Box-Champion mit einem landesweiten Berufsverbot belegt. Später kämpfte er noch mit Persönlichkeiten wie Malcolm X für die Bürgerrechte der schwarzen Bevölkerung, bevor er in den 1980er Jahren an Parkinson erkrankte und sich seitdem
größtenteils aus der Öffentlichkeit zurückzog. 29.11.2015″
„Another too ugly truth comes up about the US establishment. Muhammad Ali was injected with a drug known to cause Parkinson´s disease in the late 70s as part of a plot by the US government to strip its most influential, charismatic and dangerous critic of his voice and physical strength.
Martin Luther King was assassinated. Malcolm X was assassinated. Muhammad Ali, too big a name to be taken out in a messy assassination, was silenced.“
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Reports have surfaced suggesting Muhammad Ali was injected with a drug known to cause Parkinson´s disease.
„Ali was injected with MPTP at the Mayo Clinic, then the government may have pulled off the perfect crime nobody raised an eyebrow or asked any questions. The world simply accepted that Alis transition from dangerous radical
to cuddly icon was due to a disease caused by his boxing career.
But Muhammad Ali´s own neurologist, Dr Abraham Lieberman, has dismissed that explanation, saying it wasn´t taking blows to the head that caused the disease. Neither was it genetic. Lieberman says it is impossible to know what the cause was.
People ask me about this and I tell them: look at George Foreman. He boxed longer than Muhammad did, took many more blows to the head and he´s on television selling his cookware.
Former fighter Freddie Roach, now Manny Pacquiao´s trainer, acquired Parkinson´s in 1990, but it manifests differently, he never shakes and can converse almost normally. It is said that Roach is able to control the disease through medication,
injections, and actively training other fighters. His doctors say that his excellent hand eye coordination has slowed down the debilitation of the disease.
But if this is the case then surely Ali´s extraordinary hand eye coordination would have prevented his condition from being so incapacitating that it quickly destroyed his ability to speak articulately arguably his greatest gift of all. And if
Freddie Roach can control his condition with medication and training, then surely Ali could have done the same.
The differences in their conditions can be explained. Freddie Roach doesn´t pose a threat to the government. Muhammad Ali did.
It is easy to forget what a dangerous outsider Muhammad Ali was before having his voice silenced. The most famous draft resister in history, he mixed with Martin Luther King and Malcolm X. The Nixon and Johnson administrations bugged his phone.
Most people express their faith and beliefs but risk very little, but Muhammad Ali risked everything: his career, his family, and his finances. He was an enemy of the establishment, and he was willing to fight for his beliefs. He had his professional
boxing license revoked in the prime of his career for his refusal to fight in the Vietnam war. He was sentenced to five years in jail.
But they couldn´t break him. The Louisville Lip, as he was dubbed early in his career, just became stronger and more influential.
As far as the establishment was concerned, Ali was blessed with the most dangerous quality of all: charisma. He had the uncanny ability to make you like and admire him even if you were didn´t agree with what he stood for. Even the KKK were susceptible
to his charms.
No athlete, politician, or preacher ever had a voice quite like his or used it as effectively as he did. If he was that effective while dedicating his mind, body and soul to life inside the ring, imagine how successful he could have been after retirement
when he planned to use his mind, body and soul to make changes outside the ring.“