Whites have to see MLK as a saint. If they saw reality, well, what would become of the saint? King was a plagiarist, even academia and Wiki-liberals agree on that. MLK was a cheater that smacked hookers. Jackie Kennedy was on the record as saying she was disgusted by the sex parties King and his circle would have, and saw them beneath the elite. The FBI letters or calls to MLK to say “kill yourself” was because they knew he was a cheating hypocrite.
This cannot be in films like “Selma”. It would ruin the myth. People forget the man was in his 30s when the elite were using him. He was not even 40 when he died. That also feeds into the myth. He was a tool of the elite with direct access to multiple presidents. LBJ was asking him for something to help pass the Civil Rights Act. He needed help, and the media elite gladly helped. He was no underdog, simply the low that the high used to break the middle.
Where did all of the money come from? King was good friends with Stanley Levison, communist and of course, Jew. Levison helped King in organization, speechwriting and other great things that made his cause progress. Now, who could get King all that money? Who could be the friendly go-between for the New York donors. This has to be downplayed because the myth requires organic, grassroots activism. The underdog has to triumph, not the useful pawn. The myth must be maintained.