Lest we forget who Malcolm REALLY was (NOT Denzel) and we can draw the line from X to O through Rev. Wright and his mutant “religion” in Chicago....:
Malcolms political evolution
Malcolm X became a revolutionary leader on a world scale, said Esteban Morales. He is one of the most stirring and important revolutionary political figures of the 20th century. The publication of Habla Malcolm X in Cuba is especially important, Morales noted, because Malcolm X is not sufficiently known.
In Cuba, excerpts of Malcolm X speeches were published in various collections in 1967, 1968, and 1974, along with the posthumously published Autobiography of Malcolm X, by Alex Haley. A few years ago Ciencias Sociales reprinted the autobiography, and in 2003 Casa Editora Abril published a Cuban edition of Malcolm X habla a la juventud (Malcolm X Talks to Young People), originally published by Pathfinder Press.
Morales cited Malcolms statement that Im not an AmericanIm one of the 22 million Black people who are the victims of Americanism. His revolutionary outlook distinguished Malcolm, in terms of strategy and tactics, from Martin Luther Kings practical course of struggle.
Im not an AmericanIm one of the 22 million Black people who are the victims of Americanism.
Pure Jeremiah Wright - pure Obama...
Death and Transfiguration
Friday, Mar. 05, 1965
excerpt - note the date -
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...
...In his youth, Malcolm prided himself on his reddish hair and light skin, an inheritance from his maternal grandfather, a white man. Years later he wrote in his autobiography: “I was for years insane enough to feel that it was some kind of status symbol to be light-complexioned. Now I hate every drop of that white rapist’s blood that is in me.”
He quit school after the eighth grade, eventually made his way to New York. Nicknamed “Big Red,” he was a gangling zoot-suiter who fancied yellow-toed shoes and straightened his hair with lye in a scalp-searing process called “conking.” He worked briefly as a waiter at Small’s Paradise, still one of Harlem’s top nightspots. But an honest dollar was not for Malcolm Little. He was caught pimping on the side and fired. He thereupon turned himself into a full-time hustler whose specialties were fixing up white men with Negro whores and Negro men with white whores. He peddled marijuana, became a cocaine addict and, to satisfy his $20-a-day craving, took to burglary. In 1946 he wound up with a ten-year prison sentence in Boston...
Po fok is still Po fok.