Skip to comments.Obama or Malcolm X?
Posted on 12/31/2009 5:53:39 PM PST by GYPSY286
Check out the picture.....Obama or Malcolm X?
Sheesh, are there any white males left in the Secret Service?
“Malcolm X had pretty conservative ideas. Compared to MLK he was the superior man. He believed in economic self sufficiency. He didnt believe in government hand outs. He left the kooks at the Nation of Islam. He was a loyal family man unlike MLK. He may look like Obama physically but thats about it.”
You have absolutely no idea of what you are talking about...
THIS WAS MALCOLMX!
I have to take time to mention that because, in my opinion, not only in Mississippi and Alabama, but right here in New York City, you and I can best learn how to get real freedom by studying how Kenyatta brought it to his people in Kenya, and how Odinga helped him, and the excellent job that was done by the Mau Mau freedom fighters. In fact, that’s what we need in Mississippi. In Mississippi we need a Mau Mau. In Alabama we need a Mau Mau. In Georgia we need a Mau Mau. Right here in Harlem, in New York City, we need a Mau Mau.
Malcolm X had been a pimp, a cocaine addict and a thief. He was an unashamed demagogue. His gospel was hatred: “Your little babies will get polio!” he cried to the “white devils.” His creed was violence: “If ballots won’t work, bullets will.”
Yet even before his bullet-ripped body went to its grave, Malcolm X was being sanctified. Negro leaders called him “brilliant,” said he had recently “moderated” his views, blamed his assassination on “the white power structure” or, in the case of Martin Luther King, on a “society sick enough to express dissent with murder.” Malcolm’s death, they agreed, was a setback to the civil rights movement.
Alias John Doe. In fact, Malcolm X in life and in deathwas a disaster to the civil rights movement.
Are they able to request NOT to cover The One and wait for a real POTUS, or would that look bad on one’s resume?
He’s aging quickly - good!
Have to agree with you, read his autobiog. in the 1980’s..He changed alot... I think the book was Soul On Ice. not sure, getting on in years you know and I was in college as a mother of 5 at the time..
That was the book written by black panther Eldrige Cleaver.
I missed that when I first read your post. In college and having five kids? You deserve a major pass for even getting through the '80s, let alone trying to remember a particular book title! LOL! Good work and many kudos to you!
And you can be sure just as the hard left is covering up every issue they can,both on and off the web, this will be high on their list.
IMHO,We are opposing a truly radical if not commie regime.
Great post Fred, many of us have not had the time to do your kind of research,much appreciated.
Thanks for the stroll down memory lane...ROTFLMAO!
Poor Gus...goony goo-goo!!!
Oh damn!!!! ROTFLMAO!!!!
He looks like he’s wasting away and aging prematurely (above and beyond the stresses of the office).
His biological mother died from cancer at 52 and his (in question) father from a drunken car crash.
His druggie past, smoking, third world behaviors, and history of male “roommates” didn’t do him any good either.
Alex Haley’s “The Autobiography of Malcom X” is definitely a piece of PR spin, and not to be completely trusted.
I will say, though, that Malcom was smarter than O, and a far better speaker.
He may have been moderating his views towards the end of his life, but part of that was his split from the Nation of Islam and their complete insanity. Who knows? At least he didn’t end up a huckster and parody of himself like Jackson and Sharpton.
And check him out sitting next to Ted Kennedy and Lindsey Graham:
Thank you for the correction, claiming senior moment here and now...:O)
Odd since this is more likely his daddy.
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