Justice for Malcolm X!
The recently released book by the late Manning Marable, "Malcolm X "A Life Reinvention" adds oil to the fire to expose and resolve the questions surrounding the murder of our beloved brother minister. There are a couple of points that should be made absolutely clear. First, there is overwhelming evidence that the federal government, specifically the FBI, was engaged in extensive espionage against brother Malcolm, his family, and followers. There is significant evidence of ongoing communication and cooperation between the FBI and local police agencies regarding Malcolm's activities, none of which were ever even questioned as illegal in any way for whatever that's worth. It's also clear that the FBI had informants in the highest levels of the Nation of Islam at the time and that these people were functioning at a high level to raise and maintain the level of animosity towards Malcolm in the NOI. Second, it's clear that top NOI officials, acting in conjunction with agitation carried out by FBI people strategically placed within the NOI., organized and carried out the assassination of brother Malcolm (if you know anything about the FBI and intelligence organizations, then you know they regularly assassinate people, but never actually carry out the killings themselves. They have a very well developed system of using surrogates to conduct their dirty work). Third, it's clear that only one of the five participants in the assassination was ever imprisoned and that two innocent men served long prison sentences. As for the other four men? Those lowdown scum have lived in relative peace for the last 46 years, making absolutely no positive contributions to our people's forward progress after robbing us of perhaps the most important and influential proponent of our liberation. As we move towards 50 years since the assassination I reflect on my own feelings of inadequacy and limited value as a youth. I realize now how much institutional racism plagued me and my playmates as children and how lost and alienated I felt as a youth. I remember how discovering Malcolm X at 17 and studying his life gave me inspiration and strength and how I have lived with him as my example of ideological development, personal discipline, and courageous commitment for the last 30+ years. It goes without saying that I have complete contempt for the FBI. As far as I'm concerned their reason for existing is to sabotage any genuine efforts for justice on behalf of oppressed people. I also have absolute contempt for those lowdown scum, living and dead, who worked to sabotage brother Malcolm, including those who may still be within the Nation of Islam today at many different levels of leadership wthin that organization. Those are my personal feelings, but I do call upon African people to study up on this situation. Those who participated in that criminal act against our people should be cast out of our communities. Actually, a whole lot more than that should happen to them, but at the very least, they should be exposed, and cast out. We'll let history take care of the rest. As for Malcolm, I'll continue to do what I've been doing since I was a teenager. Using his example to guide my thinking and actions and working tirelessly to spread his message of Pan-Africanism and revolutionary change and justice. That's what you have to understand about our enemies. They truly believe they can crush a movement by killing it's spokespeople. One day they will see clearly just how wrong they are.
10/17/2011 05:50:31 am
besides being a muslim minister & human
10/17/2011 09:55:22 am
Despite the prominent role that Jews played in the American Civil Rights Movement, Black Liberal Racist Leaders like Malcolm X have and continue to perscecute them. Louis Farrakhan, Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, Malik Zulu Shabazz, Jeremiah Wright, and B. Hussein Obama. You can't even compare the history of oppression that Jews have had to deal with to the American
9/19/2012 10:04:45 am
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