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Black Lives Don’t Matter!:Drew Brees, Martin Luther King, Jr. & The Tale of Two Americas

king_martin_lutherDrew Brees and Martin Luther King, Jr. were born on the same day, in different years.

While the two men share the same day of birth, they represent the tales of two Americas shaped by race, which in turn greatly affects views on the military, George Floyd and how one responds to as well as perceives injustice.

In other words, in the eyes of many, “Black Lives Don’t Matter!”

Many people are unaware that the Southern Christian Leadership Council (SCLC), the organization King would lead, has deep roots in New Orleans, Louisiana.  Some writers have placed the founding of the SCLC as February 14,1957 in New Orleans, Louisiana.


On June 3, 2020, Drew Brees spoke what was in his heart, from a position of white supremacist privilege, when he stated in an interview :

“I will never agree with anybody disrespecting the flag of the United States of America or our country,” Brees said. “When I look at the flag of the United States, I envision my two grandfathers who fought for this country during World War II, one in the army and one in the Marine Corps, both risking their lives to protect our country.”

Drew Brees cannot comprehend what it is to be a Black person on so many levels, it reduces his comments to one factor, which is white privilege.


Brees mentions he can’t disrespect the flag because of his two grandfathers who served in the military.

Brees speaks as if African-Americans never served in the military.

It has been documented that African-Americans have served in every war that the U.S. government has waged.

According to one source:

“The military history of African Americans spans from the arrival of the first enslaved Africans during the colonial history of the United States to the present day. In every war fought by or within the United States, African Americans participated, including the Revolutionary War, the War of 1812, the Mexican–American War, the Civil War, the Spanish–American War, the World Wars, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, the Gulf War, and the wars in Afghanistan and

Iraq as well as other minor conflicts.”

Furthermore, Drew Brees comments imply that:

1. His grandfathers weren’t racist.

2. His view is the only valid perspective on the military.

3. The military is free of racism.


A. Philip Randolph leader of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, the first predominantly African-American labor union, pressured  President Harry Truman to sign Executive Order 9981 to desegregate the military in 1948.

Prior to getting  Executive Order 9981 signed, Randolph applied his organizational weight on the administration of Franklin Delano Roosevelt.

In 1941, A. Philip Randolph once considered to be the “most dangerous Negro in America”, threatened to use his influence to mobilize Black people in America to march on Washington, D.C.

Executive Order 8802, signed June 25, 1941, in which Roosevelt would, in part, “reaffirm the policy of the United States that there shall be no discrimination in the employment of workers in defense industries or government because of race, creed, color, or national origin. …”


During World War II , Black Soilders experienced racism during and after combat.

German prisoners of war (POW), in the United States of America, who were former soilders in Hitler’s Nazi military machine were treated better than Black soilders from America.

“By the time the war ended, about 500,000 captured soldiers were housed in the United States, and 380,000 of those were German prisoners of war.”

“African Americans waited on POWs when they were transported in Pullman cars to their camps, and prisoners were also allowed to eat in whites-only cafeterias.”

This is the side of the history of the military that Drew Brees and those who think like him refuse to see.

There is a metaphysical irony that exists with Drew Brees that exposes the truth regarding the relationship between the military and Black people / African-Americans.

Martin Luther King, Jr.

Drew Brees and Martin Luther King share the same day of birth.

Drew Brees was born on January 15, 1979, while Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was born 50 yearst before Brees, on January 15, 1929.

The way Drew Brees was treated by the military, whose virtues he uncritically extolled, is diametrically different to how Martin Luther King, Jr. was treated.

The Memphis Commercial Appeal on March 21, 1993 reported that the U.S. military, created the “largest domestic spy network ever assembled in a free country.”

By the end of 1917, the War Department’s military intelligence division had opened a file on Martin Luther King Jr.’s maternal grandfather, the Rev. A. D. Williams, pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church and first president of the Atlanta NAACP.

King’s father, Martin Sr., Williams’ successor at Ebenezer Baptist, also entered Army files.

Martin Jr. first shows up in these files in 1947.

He was attending Dorothy Lilley’s Intercollegiate School, and the Army suspected Miss Lilley of communist ties.

The fact that three generations of the King family were spied on by Army intelligence is not surprising.”

Was Drew Brees’ family spied on by the military intelligence agencies of America?

Drew Brees made his comments on June 3, 2020, which is the 155th day of the year.

155 is the gematria of the phrase that translates as “He reveals His plans”.

The word “Christianity” equals 155, when using the Ordinal cipher of numerology:
















The comments of Drew  Brees were in response to the heightened activism in response to the murder of George Floyd.

It has been recently revealed in the autopsy of George Floyd, that he was a carrier of the Corona Virus.

155 is also the value of  “CORONA VIRUS”:
















The name “Drew Brees” is in synchronicity with the current administration of Donald Trump, the 45th president of the United States.

We see the number 45 in the numerology of the name “Drew Brees” using the Full Reduction cipher:














The number 9 jersey  that Drew Brees wears also is connected to the number 45.

The number 45 when simplified us 4+5=9.

Furthermore when we add the numbers 1 through 9 to each other we get the following:



The timing of  the comments by Drew Brees reflect the encoded connection to the murder of George Floyd, the Donald Trump presidency and the overall esoteric pattern currently exhibited by major events taking place.

As previously mentioned Trump is the 45th president of the United States. 45= 4+5=9.

Drew Brees wears the number 9 jersey.

One of the multiple expressions of number 9 is war.

The number 9 which is governed by the planet Mars, associated with conflict, blood, police and the military.

Drew Brees’ reference to the military, is connected to Martin Luther King, Jr. and the murder of George Floyd.

The word “military” equals 44, when using the Full Reduction numerology cipher:


I=  09

L= 03

I=  09

T=  02

A= 01

R= 09

Y= 07



The number 44 refers to several actors on the world stage such as:

1. Barack Obama the 44th president of the United States.

2.  Derek Chauvin was 44 years old when he committed the murder of George Floyd.

3. Drew Brees won his first and only championship in the 44th SuperBowl, where he beat the Indianapolis Colts coached by Jim Caldwell, who is an African-American.

The man with whom he shares the same day of birth- Martin Luther King, Jr- also expresses a relationship to the number 44.

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated on April 4, 1968, which can also be formatted as 4-4-1968.

We see the “44”  in the date of 4-4-1968.

Drew Brees’ relationship to the number 44 is reflective of “winning”, while Martin Luther King, Jr’s relationship to that number is his physical assassination.

Furthermore, Drew Brees’ version of winning literally involved another Black man losing.

Thus when we observe Drew Brees initial response to his fellow NFL players kneeling during the pledge of allegiance ceremony during the NFL games, it is a manifestation of how ingrained in his soul,  that America worked well for him.

Though Drew Brees has now backtracked from his comments and supposedly has apologized.

“Brees may have come to understand some of this. On Thursday, he issued an apology on Instagram. “In speaking with some of you, it breaks my heart to know the pain I have caused,” he wrote. “In an attempt to talk about respect, unity, and solidarity centered around the American flag and the national anthem, I made comments that were insensitive and completely missed the mark.”

No one in the media has made the connection between Drew Brees and Martin Luther King,Jr. , which if done on a superficial level would reveal the vicious truth of the racism in America.

What must be understood, is what is revealed in the metaphysical signatures uncovered, is that Drew Brees, like majority of whites, have benefited from what causes the loss of Black life.

Which is why the reaction to use football, which is considered to be “America’s Game” and the platform of the NFL, to protest injustice is met with virulent resistance.



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