We’re always used too make new laws about BS
I knew this series would be BS especially since why would Netflix GAF about “Black” liberation….
By Karl Evanzz
By now many of you are aware of the Netflix series about the assassination of Malcolm X, or more specifically, who allegedly killed him. The series aims to identify who actually pulled the triggers as opposed to the far more troubling question of who wanted him dead and why. Continue reading
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Folks give Stan lee waaaay too much credit when this was all Chris Claremont…. yeah I was reading comics back then to know…
Despite what a legion of now grown-up X-Men cartoon and comics fans of the early 1990s have come to believe (and what Screen Rant erroneously claimed as a “verified” fact), Stan Lee, the co-creator of Marvel’s Uncanny X-Men, didn’t base the creation of Professor Charles Xavier and Magneto on Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X. Continue reading
Intellectuals will not win a revolution… the people will… but it will start a movement…
In the spring of 1968, FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover announced to his agents that COINTELPRO, the counter-intelligence program established in 1956 to combat communists, should focus on preventing the rise of a “Black ‘messiah’” who sought to “unify and electrify the militant black nationalist movement.” The program, Hoover insisted, should target figures as ideologically diverse as the Black Power activist Stokely Carmichael (later Kwame Ture), Martin Luther King Jr., and Nation of Islam leader Elijah Muhammad. Continue reading
Dude seems uber shady……
Life is good for Al-Mustafa Shabazz.
The 76-year-old ex-con lives in a gated two-story home in one of the nicer neighborhoods in Newark.
He drives a gold Mercedes Benz E-Class sedan. And he’s married to one of the city’s most prominent civic leaders.
But Shabazz has an even better reason to be counting his blessings: He allegedly got away with one of the most notorious murders of the 20th century.
The burly Muslim with the white beard was the chief assassin in the slaying of Malcolm X, according to the author of a Pulitzer Prize-winning biography of the slain civil rights leader.