posted on Sep, 9 2011 @ 09:30 PM
reply to post by nh_ee
I think he may have said worthless dollars because to him it was a bribe, therefore worthless. Malcolm X was a great speaker, yes, that I will say.
And he was a great motivator. But I would hesitate to believe it is all true because Jesse Ventura wrote a book about it. If Malcolm X were really
killed by the F.B.I, they really messed up by allowing the information to be out there. I am not saying they could not have done it, but it seems that
if they really did do it, they allowed too much information. And what gets me is that when people say they have classified information, how did they
Another problem that I see is this, why do people quote him and Dr. King so often but never actually try to live by the messages they taught? I am
sure we have all seen the movies about them and some of us have heard their speeches on the radio. Why doesn't the F.B.I. go after people like Bill
Cosby? I mean he also says many things Malcolm X said.
And as someone said about the Black Panthers, they are still around. I really don't buy into all the things people say about secret governments and
cover-ups because they found the information on a youtube video or on Wikipedia. That is not to say it is not possible, merely a statement about how
poor they try to keep it a secret. If this is really true, then we have to ask why only him instead of Bill Cosby or any other person who speaks
directly to the black community? Will we also now say that Medger Evers was killed by the same organization and that James Earl Ray was really a
It would be nice to believe it was the government that did it, but there were witnesses to the shooting and those witnesses knew the killers. I don't
know what the truth is, but I would not take it as truth because Jesse Ventura says so.