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Thread: What Are Your Personal Thoughts On Malcolm X

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    Re: What Are Your Personal Thoughts On Malcolm X

    Yeah, they had to kill Malcolm

    We suffer political oppression, economic exploitation and social degradation. All of 'em from the same enemy. The government has failed us. You can't deny that. Any time you're living in the 20th century, 1964, and you walking around here singing "We Shall Overcome," the government has failed you. This is part of what's wrong with you, you do too much singing. Today it's time to stop singing and start swinging.

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    Re: What Are Your Personal Thoughts On Malcolm X

    Here's Malcolm's thoughts on the Civil Rights March

    The morning of the March, any rickety carloads of angry, dusty, sweating small-town Negroes would have gotten lost among the chartered jet planes, railroad cars, and air-conditioned buses. What originally was planned to be an angry riptide, one English newspaper aptly described now as "the gentle flood."

    Talk about "integrated"! It was like salt and pepper. And, by now, there wasn't a single logistics aspect uncontrolled.

    The marchers had been instructed to bring no signs--signs were provided. They had been told to sing one song: "We Shall Overcome." They had been told how to arrive, when, where to arrive, where to assemble, when to start marching, the route to march. First aid stations were strategically located--even where to faint!

    Yes, I was there. I observed that circus. Who ever heard of angry revolutionists all harmonizing "We Shall Overcome. . .Suum Day. . ." while tripping and swaying along arm-in-arm with the very people they were supposed to be angrily revolting against? Who ever heard of angry revolutionists swinging their bare feet together with their oppressor in lily-pad park pools, with gospels and guitars and "I Have A Dream" speeches?

    And the black masses in America were--and still are--having a nightmare.

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    Re: What Are Your Personal Thoughts On Malcolm X

    Some thoughts from Louis Farrakhan on Malcolm X


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    Re: What Are Your Personal Thoughts On Malcolm X

    Farrakhan is an interesting figure. I wonder what he thinks about the so called "messiah" now that he has killed his benefactor Gaddafi? Amazing how that worked out. Amazing.

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