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Malcolm X Speaks by Malcolm X
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May 30, 2012

it was amazing

what i think is that this guy was trying to enlighten his african educated stereotypes who are obsessed with a know it all attitude but in reality they need to be re-educated about some few sensitive issues. finaly leading them to the light of love and forgiveness. iam nt a racist. no hard feelings.

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Allan Wastani jesus christ said nobody is good. what i hate about most africans is pointing fingers pretending to be better than other folks and yet they are enslaving their own people in their countries. forgeting the fact that the history of their ancestors is oblivious and irrelevant and should become problem solvers instead of competing to belittle others, under-employ them,and under-pay them. and then they start asking for favours to those whom they point fingers at. personally i'm african but the biggest enemy of the blackman is himself! i mean his own kind,his thinking,his paranoid egotistical desires,his stereotypical dream,and finally-his ignorance diluted in a dumbfounded selfish ambition.i hope God will some day help the black man know how to use his conscience! by the way i do not care if you quote me. what i liked about malcolm x is that he spoke the truth no matter what people said. obviously he was greatly disapointed towards the mediocrity of his own race besides the good legacy of ben carson,martin luther and others, i wonder what he could have said if he had lived to see obama!

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