Black People : Yes Egyptians were Inspired by Dr King but...well see for your self

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    Yeah but MLK was nothing but a puppet black preacher that was paid CASH MONEY.
     
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    Listen that frame of mind is understandable,
    when one looks no further then the mundane,

    guess folks would have said the same about Malcolm Little, alias Detroit Red, and would haebeen more then happy to see some, NYPD
    beat him to death for missing a drug payoff

    But he changed, and if El Hajj Malik Shabbazz, a man who took no shorts, or prisoners

    was able to work with Dr King and influence Dr King to embrace Black Nationalism, and Pan Africanism after his meetings with Nkhrumah

    then who is any one here to

    play scam artist over the man's reputation after he also had "changed" for the better?

    White supremacy thrives on our inner hatreds

    but fears our unity as they feared the unity between Malcolm and Martin

    and those few weeks meetings they had for the benefit of creating a plan of progress and prosperity for the national Black community.


    2 Things cannot be denied,
    those folks over there settled their class differences and used the internet for collective work and responsilbility

    and got results,

    the basic oligarchy may have not changed but, they achieved in 3 weeks what they could not in 30 years.

    The point is they have tacken a first step
     
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