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#869 - heirofaniu
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(08/30/2012) [-]
Malcolm X never told us to live in peace and harmony. He told the black people to kill the white people.
#866 - anon
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(08/30/2012) [-]
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#858 - anon
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(08/30/2012) [-]
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#868 to #858 - meloninspector
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(08/30/2012) [-]
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#864 to #858 - swordmasterralis
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(08/30/2012) [-]
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#855 - anon
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(08/30/2012) [-]
All great, except MalcolmX DID believe in violent intervention. He also didn't think that white and black people could coexist. Great point overall though.
#872 to #855 - jihadmeathello
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(08/30/2012) [-]
Malcolm X advocated for "back to Africa" and that blacks and whites should live independent of each other because the two could never coexist peacefully. He didn't preach violence.
Buuuuut, he visited Mecca and learned what Islam actually is, for he was in the race-based black cult Nation of Islam. Then, he preached an entirely new message, almost opposite of what he'd preached before. He was then assassinated by members of the Nat of Islam.
#851 - anon
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(08/30/2012) [-]
George ************* Carlin...
#846 - Eddythebandkid
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(08/30/2012) [-]
ERMAHGERD!

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#845 - weirddark ONLINE
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(08/30/2012) [-]
My favorite comedian/philosopher's words animated. I love it
#844 - moustachefingers
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#850 to #844 - anon
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(08/30/2012) [-]
yes
#843 - coryg
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(08/30/2012) [-]
Best. Comedian. Period.
#840 - anon
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(08/30/2012) [-]
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#838 - godofcorndog
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(08/30/2012) [-]
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#836 - EasyEnzie
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(08/30/2012) [-]
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#833 - Sockopolis
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(08/30/2012) [-]
Well, although I have all these feels, im going to watch some George Carlin!
Thanks for the idea!
#830 - seajayjoonyo
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(08/30/2012) [-]
I've been reading some comments saying that Malcolm X promoted violence. False. It was actually more of the Black Panthers that were violent. A misconception, and Malcolm X wan't a member of it. Malcolm X's and the Nation of Islam's views promoted complete separation of blacks and whites, before peace with one another were to be attempted, though did promote violent retaliation if violently provoked. Later in life, shortly before his assassination and exclusion from the Nation of Islam, he changed his views and took on a more peaceful Martin Luther King-esque philosophy.

TLDR: Malcolm X actually didn't promote direct unprovoked violence.

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#882 to #830 - jihadmeathello
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(08/30/2012) [-]
why is this thumbed down.... by martin luther king-esque, he means integration, not everything mlk said......
#837 to #830 - thenextprodigy
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(08/30/2012) [-]
malcom x promoted an act now campaign, demanding equal rights now, and said that one should do whatever necessary to obtain equall rights. marting luther king jr. took on gandi's philosophy, of a passive resistance. i don't think malcom x, promoted heavy violence per se, but in comparison to marting luther, he seemed more aggressive.
#880 to #837 - KabulMan
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(08/30/2012) [-]
Malcolm X's philosophy before going the peaceful route wasn't necessarily aggressive what he wanted was peaceful protest but if white people got violent then they were to defend themselves and this was very different in a civil rights movement and the thought of blacks retaliating with violence scared the populous which is why people played it out as extremely violent/aggressive
#832 to #830 - thenextprodigy
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did you know that malcom x almost recieved the name muhammad ali, but instead it was bestowed onto cassius clay a.k.a the great muhammad ali?
#834 to #832 - seajayjoonyo
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No sir, I did not. Thank you for your addition of extra smarts to my brain.
No sir, I did not. Thank you for your addition of extra smarts to my brain.
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#823 - meowtroll
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(08/30/2012) [-]
hey guys, live in peace. Only we're going to shoot your ass if you dont.

The wise Malcom X everybody