Steve Cokely

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Steve Cokely is a conspiracy theorist[1] from Chicago who gained national attention in late 1988 after he was quoted from a lecture before the Nation of Islam saying that Jewish doctors had injected black babies with HIV.[2]

At the time Cokely served as special assistant to the former mayor of Chicago, Eugene Sawyer, but was forced to resign following his comments.[3] He was also assistant to the special committee on rules under the late then Mayor Harold Washington,[4] who Cokely maintains was murdered by poison.

Steve Cokely is also a futurologist who has commented extensively on water conservation, organic farming, and communal living. Cokely has given over 5,000 lectures in the past decade alone on the topic of global warming and corporate conspiracies.

Cokely's research delves into the history of Marcus Garvey, the Black Panthers and other areas of African-American history.

Cokely has lectured at many college campuses nationally and is also known for his conspiracy theories involving the Black Male elite organization known as the Boule[5] and the Assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.[6]


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