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User avatar #4 - OMGNIGGERZ
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If you wanted to get the "Good Muslim" message across, probably should have picked someone other than Malcolm X
#51 to #4 - anon id: 183e9c4c
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"What is better – to be born good, or to overcome your evil nature through great effort?"
-Paarthurnax

During Malcom X's time, there was a lot of hate between aggression between the white and black community. Many kids grew up with mentalities of hating the blacks man or hating the white man. Same happened with Malcolm, and these values were instilled by The Nation of Islam after he joined, but he did not live his whole life like that.

Around the time he went to Mecca he realized the error of his ways. He left the nation of Islam and went with mainstream Islam instead, and became a peace loving man that wishes equality for all.


Unfortunately, his shift in ideology from bigotry to acceptance of all was perhaps the main reason that triggered the events that lead to his assassination.
User avatar #135 to #51 - JoshOwnsAll
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>using a Paarthunax quote
you magnificent bastard
#156 to #4 - anon id: 5685f4bb
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GOODAMMIT, in the last few days ive leanr that there is some thing wrong with every historical figure ever. from mandela to malcolm x. jesus whats going on.
User avatar #166 to #4 - Soilwork
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I think I remember reading when before he died, he realized what he had been teaching and wanted to take it all back
#7 to #4 - sytheris
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All extremism aside, Malcolm X got a lot done for the Civil Rights movement, and without him acting as the 'Scary Alternative' MLKJr. might not have been so widely accepted as the appropriate and safe moderate choice to support.
#23 to #4 - mctwilight
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Malcolm X stopped being an extremist after he dissaffected from the Nation of Islam. He stopped advocating racism and apparently his own followers assassinated him for betraying his previous beliefs.    
   
If you don't believe me, well, here's a link:   
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malcolm_X   
   
Malcolm X is pretty cool guy. eh good muslim and doesnt afraid of anythin.
Malcolm X stopped being an extremist after he dissaffected from the Nation of Islam. He stopped advocating racism and apparently his own followers assassinated him for betraying his previous beliefs.

If you don't believe me, well, here's a link:
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malcolm_X

Malcolm X is pretty cool guy. eh good muslim and doesnt afraid of anythin.


#35 to #23 - anon id: c1dc62a4
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So your point is, when he was Muslim he was wrong, when he stopped being Muslim he was right, unfortunately other Muslims murdered him.

Strong case.
#36 to #35 - notjewelry
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no wtf are you talking about, he went to mecca and realized that that wasn't how muslims should act and he came back trying to tell people that he was wrong and then they assassinated him
#40 to #35 - anon id: 183e9c4c
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X never stopped being a Muslim, he just left the Nation of Islam that believes Black Muslims are Gods "chosen people" and went to join 'mainstream' Islam instead. I believe it was the Sunni sect of Islam that he joined (They are the biggest sect of Islam, kinda like the Catholics of Christianity)
#1 - beren
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I don't need to wait for a single comment to know that I'll be needing this by the time this post crosses the 24 hour limit.
#31 - lulzdealer
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Hitler was a christian in the same sense that Obama is a christian.

Solely for the sake of winning public favor.
User avatar #32 to #31 - Funnel
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Proof? Hitler was an altar boy who wanted to become a priest since he was very young, I doubt he was acting to believe in God since he was like 5 years old..
User avatar #105 to #32 - bobthedilder
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Assuming this is true, I think somewhere between believing he was a descendant of god men, and giving the ok for the death camps, he stopped giving a **** about Jesus.
User avatar #183 to #32 - Retardio
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Hey bro, not smart to state facts on Funnyjunk you'll just be thumbed down, they still believe in Santa.
#73 to #32 - anon id: ea1ca465
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where did you read that? or did you write it by yourself
User avatar #182 to #73 - Funnel
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It's common knowledge. But if you use 10 seconds to search google you can easily find information about it:

"Hitler was a Roman Catholic, baptized into that religio-political institution as an infant in Austria. He became a communicant and an altar boy in his youth, and was confirmed as a "soldier of Christ" in that church."

"As a young boy, Hitler's most ardent goal was to become a priest. Much of his philosophy came from the Bible, and more influentially, from the Christian Social movement. (The German Christian Social movement, remarkably, resembles the Christian Right movement in America today.)"
#34 - Bantham
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Hitler was not a christian, just because you say I am this doesn't make it true, True Christians do not murder and NO catholics are NOT Christians, they just pretend to be
#37 to #34 - anon id: c1dc62a4
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"NO catholics are NOT Christians"
That is not up to you. or in other words
"just because you say this doesn't make it true"
You don't get to decide what the word christian means, I'm pretty sure the billions of other members of the English speaking world might have some say on that.
#42 to #37 - Bantham
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Actually according to Christ they are not Christians, catholics murdered Jews, muslims women and children for gold and valuables at the request of the pope during the crusades, also the popes wears a crown of gold, everything the popes stands for is against Christ, so no cathloics are NOT Christians, and FYI a man made definition means nothing, you either Follow the teachings of Christ or you do not, and cathloics do not!
#71 to #42 - Noon
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Obvious troll is very obvious, you had a good run bro. Time to settle down and get back under the bridge.
Obvious troll is very obvious, you had a good run bro. Time to settle down and get back under the bridge.
#186 to #42 - rustmcrust
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>No true scotsman

Your fallacies are off the chart
#56 to #42 - ronjeremysweiner
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what aa group of ppl did in the middle ages doesnt speak for that group modern day
that would be like saying Scandinavians are a bunch of pirate bad ass's just because they were in the middle ages.
the difference between Christianity and catholic is the way we interpret/teach the bible.
#39 to #34 - anon id: c1dc62a4
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Chris·tian
ˈkrisCHən/
noun
1.
a person who has received Christian baptism or is a believer in Jesus Christ and his teachings.

Hitler received Christian baptism and was a believer in Jesus Christ and his teachings.

You don't get to decide what words mean.
#43 to #39 - Bantham
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BUT hitler did NOT follow the teachings of Christ, Talk is cheap, but actions speak volumes about a persons integrity, want to to see a persons TRUE worth, give them power! SRY but hitler was NOT Christian!
User avatar #64 to #43 - hydraetis
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Well in that case neither are at least half of the christians in the world.
#115 to #64 - amperor
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Very true. The road to heaven is narrow. One is either 100% True Christian or 100% not. [Matthew 6:24ish; You cannot serve both God and Money]
#130 to #115 - anon id: 0d7937a2
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Only a Sith deals in absolutes.
Bill Gates, for instance, was the single most business-minded man of his generation, and put together a legitimate global business empire that had to be forced by legislators to relinquish some of its iron grip on the market.
Now he's retired and diverts his earnings to charity.
#128 to #43 - anon id: 0d7937a2
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Baptized Christian; never publicly abandoned the faith, used Christian symbolism in his messages.

Sorry, dude. Much like Leviticus being pure, undistilled **** stew, you don't get to pick and choose stuff like this at your convenience.
#89 to #34 - comradewinter
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You're right that he was no Christian. He just endeared himself to the German people by working with the Church.

en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Religious_views_of_Adolf_Hitler

He has an assload of quotes regarding the issue, but most of his announcements as a Christian were either made to the public or private people who were fond members of the Church.

As for killing and such, it's not unusual for a religious person to be violent against other religions. It's stated in the Ten Commandments that "Thou shalt not have any other Gods than me", and some argue this overwrites the previous statement that you shouldn't kill. It's all about how you interpret it. If sinners weren't classified as religious, then pretty much the entire world would be atheist.
#101 to #34 - rustmcrust
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>no true scotsman

nice fallacy faggot
User avatar #178 to #34 - mrselfdestruct
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dude, Catholics are the original Christians
Christians are anybody who follows the teachings of Jesus Christ
Catholics are Christians whose main governing body is The Vatican.
but there are also other groups of Christians who split from us Catholics.

All Catholics are Christian, but not all Christians are Catholic
#90 to #34 - foxlift
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Are you for real?
Are you for real?
#55 to #34 - pxthreezerothree
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Sure, buddy, Catholics aren't Christian and Christians can never do anything wrong, ever. Not like Jesus came to redeem sinners or anything
User avatar #26 - tehrox
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>Malcom X
>good
He was a violent radical and basically the feminazi of the civil rights movement
#28 to #26 - tomthehippie
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Pretty much.
#38 to #26 - anon id: 183e9c4c
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At first, yes. Then around the time he went to Mecca he realized the error of his ways and became a peace loving man that wishes equality for all.


Unfortunately, he shift in ideology from bigotry to acceptance of all was perhaps the main reason that triggered the events that lead to his assassination.
#60 - montykarl
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What world is the creator of this living in?  Malcolm X was a horrible person who was a pimp, joined the Brotherhood of Islam, spoke on murdering white oppressors and children if equal rights were not given, then at the very end of his life mellowed out. Sorry, but you can't erase a lifetime of evil by being slightly less of a bastard. Also Bill Gates has done some incredibly unethical things in his business, such as forcing companies to partner with them or else he'd ruin them, broken anti-trust laws, bribed governments and other agencies to look the other way, and committed fraud by using  corrupt analysts and sabotage. Also, he's a Christian. This post is just a total fail.
What world is the creator of this living in? Malcolm X was a horrible person who was a pimp, joined the Brotherhood of Islam, spoke on murdering white oppressors and children if equal rights were not given, then at the very end of his life mellowed out. Sorry, but you can't erase a lifetime of evil by being slightly less of a bastard. Also Bill Gates has done some incredibly unethical things in his business, such as forcing companies to partner with them or else he'd ruin them, broken anti-trust laws, bribed governments and other agencies to look the other way, and committed fraud by using corrupt analysts and sabotage. Also, he's a Christian. This post is just a total fail.
User avatar #174 to #60 - RisenLichen
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First off, hes not Christian. Second, he was part of a pretty radical group and he was blind to what they were doing at first. After he found out about what his leader was doing, he defected from the group and made his pilgrimage to Mecca, where he gained his tolerance and love for all people as we know him now. He promoted self defense, not pure violence against the people that were oppressing them.
#144 to #60 - anon id: 9deb2c92
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Everything you said is correct except the part about being Christian. He is an atheist.
User avatar #61 to #60 - brotherhood
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i have a major migraine today
#62 to #61 - montykarl
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I'm sorry to hear that. Take a thumb.
User avatar #63 to #62 - gattlingwolf
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thoust given, then thine taketh away
User avatar #140 to #63 - JoshOwnsAll
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the circle can only be broken by a selfless act
#59 - kanadetenshi
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And then there's scientology.
#53 - anon id: 183e9c4c
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Some people are saying that Malcom X was not a man of morals, and the truth is, for the better part of his life, he wasn't, but here's a question.

"What is better – to be born good, or to overcome your evil nature through great effort?" -Paarthurnax

During Malcom X's time, there was a lot of hate between aggression between the white and black community. Many kids grew up with mentalities of hating the blacks man or hating the white man. Same happened with Malcolm, and these values were instilled by The Nation of Islam after he joined, but he did not live his whole life like that.

Around the time he went to Mecca he realized the error of his ways. He left the nation of Islam and went with mainstream Islam instead, and became a peace loving man that wishes equality for all.


Unfortunately, his shift in ideology from bigotry to acceptance of all was perhaps the main reason that triggered the events that lead to his assassination.
#67 to #53 - lordraine
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If you're still remembered for being an asshole? I'd say you obviously didn't try hard enough to overcome.
#74 to #67 - anon id: 183e9c4c
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Well then I guess it's a good thing that most people in world, unlike you, remember him for what he later on became, not what he once was.

And on top of that, the brother got shot less 1 year from leaving NOS and starting to call for acceptance and equality to all. Had he lived at least few more years longer, then even more people in this world would have praised him.

But just like MLK, the world was robbed of him far too early.
#96 to #74 - lordraine
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I remember him for supporting and helping the Black Panthers, who decided to deal with racists like the Klu Klux Klan by becoming exactly like them.

You say I'm terrible for not remembering him for what he became.

I say you're playing the devil's advocate for a man who decided to fight fire with fire, and wound up creating more hate than he ever squelched. Why should a man who didn't leave the world a better place than he found it be remembered fondly?
#138 to #96 - cancerlobster
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For the record, I don't understand a thing on Malcom X aside from the 5 minute read on wiki & references, but I feel that one of us will benefit if I give my inducement on a couple things here.   
   
Malcom is often remembered fondly because he changed. Sure, he probably didn't reverse much of the hate speech he preached for the majority of his life, but the fact that he tried to, which went against everything he once stood for, shows that he was penitent and openly acknowledged his faults.   
   
The last part of your comment is... confusing. How was he supposed to leave a better influence on others if he where through an event that wasn't in his control? That's hardly a fair condemnation.
For the record, I don't understand a thing on Malcom X aside from the 5 minute read on wiki & references, but I feel that one of us will benefit if I give my inducement on a couple things here.

Malcom is often remembered fondly because he changed. Sure, he probably didn't reverse much of the hate speech he preached for the majority of his life, but the fact that he tried to, which went against everything he once stood for, shows that he was penitent and openly acknowledged his faults.

The last part of your comment is... confusing. How was he supposed to leave a better influence on others if he where through an event that wasn't in his control? That's hardly a fair condemnation.
User avatar #127 to #96 - potatovillain
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You bring up a mildly "alright" point with "Why should a man who didn't leave the world a better place than he found it be remembered fondly?" though the subject of whether or not Malcolm X has overall benefited our damaged the world is another debate. However, you and anon simply this beyond its measure.

But to examine your point per se, consider this:

If I saved the lives of 5 innocent random people, then went ahead and straight up murdered 4 innocent random people. Then I continued to live the rest of my life as-is and had absolutely not regret about the people I murdered. How should people remember me when I die?

I mean I save 5 people and killed 4. 5 people would have been dead instead of 4 without me, shouldn't I be praised regardless of how I felt about killing the other 4?

No. So basically I will tell you the same thing I told the guy above. The world is not simple like that, if someone shows great regret on past sins then perhaps he's not wholly corrupt, and if they make great sacrifices in hopes of redemption, then perhaps what they once did can be forgiven, not forgotten, but forgiven. And so they may deserve to be remembered by how they redeemed themselves, not ONLY by it, but MOSTLY by it.

That's really all there is to say of redemption.
#185 to #127 - lordraine
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Malcom X was an asshole. He was a criminal, he did criminal things, he helped promote the racism that other greater men struggled to fight against, and then he converted to Islam and was murdered by Muslims a few months later.

Your examples are pedantic and irrelevant. All the armchair philosophy in the world can't change the fact that Malcom X did more harm than he ever did good, and that getting yourself killed before you can do more than make a few pretty speeches isn't noteworthy or praiseworthy in any particular way. He was not a good man. The world was made worse by his having lived in it, not better. He couldn't even manage to break even.
#188 to #185 - potatovillain
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"then he converted to Islam and was murdered by Muslims a few months later."

So he was a Muslim for only few month before he got killed?

Refer to Anon's first comment. He was a Muslim for over 10 years. His switch from NOS to Sunni Islam is not joining Islam for the first time. It's like leaving the Westboro Baptist Church and joining the mainstream Catholic Church, both are within the same religion, albeit the first church is filled with psychopaths, just like NOS.

Oh well, I guess this shows how ignorant you are on the simplest facts about M.X.

In the end of the day, your argument is horrible and will never change the views of most members of society.

Just like Cancerlobster said "Malcom is often remembered fondly because he changed. Sure, he probably didn't reverse much of the hate speech he preached for the majority of his life, but the fact that he tried to, which went against everything he once stood for, shows that he was penitent and openly acknowledged his faults."

Perhaps people won't forget, and neither will I, but they will forgive a man that sought redemption and lost his life for it.

So you can bark and yell all day and night and make M.X look worse than Stalin and Hitler combined, most of the world will think of him kindly either way. And to that I am thankful.

Goodbye.
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Buddy you make it sound like the guy just insincerely said "sorry" then just went ahead and said "oh I'm tired of this and shot his own self"

HE LOST HIS LIFE TRYING TO FIX HIS PAST! Once he left The Nation and started going around saying black folks are on equal grounds as white folks and all the good people of Earth, HE KNEW he's as good as dead.

And despite all the life threats, not only to him, but his children and wife, he didn't not go crawling and apologize to the racists of The Nation. No he stood his grounds till the day he was murdered.

The brother sacrificed his life to make amends. Damn, if the ultimate sacrifice doesn't count as retribution to you, then nothing else a human can do will count.
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User avatar #117 to #86 - potatovillain
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Anon fag kinda has a point and you're kinda a moron.

I mean if YOU (so forget about Malcom X or whomever and think of yourself) if you acted like a racist ******** most of your life, then sincerely felt regret about what you did in the past and worked to undo the damage you did, and even sacrificed your life in the process of seeking redemption, then I will most likely forgive what you did and remember you in a good way.

And I guess that's why most people in America and around the world remember him in a good way.
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User avatar #148 to #141 - potatovillain
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No he did sacrifice himself, as anon said

"Once he left The Nation and started going around saying black folks are on equal grounds as white folks and all the good people of Earth, HE KNEW he's as good as dead."

You tell me to read about him? Well I have, his last year of life was a psychological nightmare. He got countless death threats to him and everyone close to him, he knew is gonna get killed. Did you stop and go back to what he used to do? NOPE! And sure enough, he got killed. So yeah, he did sacrifice himself.

I have read about him. Read book written by him, and about him, by people like me who favored him, and like you who don't. And from what I read, most of the people who hate him are either racists (who also hate MLK and anyone else in the civil rights movement) and/or are simply like you and are not willing to forgive him no matter what.

And in people in your case (and back to my example that I mentioned) you are basically telling me that if YOU acted in a horrible way in your past, then I should never forgive what you have done no matter how much you try to redeem yourself.

Even if you get yourself killed trying to be redeemed then I won't forgive you for your sins.

If that's your way of thinking of Malcolm, then that's how you want me to think of you.
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User avatar #157 to #149 - potatovillain
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?

He what now? I don't know what Malcolm X you're talking about, but sure as hell wasn't the one who lived on this planet.

Let me guess, you watched third of the way into that Denzel Washington movie about him and all of the sudden you're calling yourself an expert and trying to pull BS on me and telling you got a B.A in African American History and god knows what

Boy let me stop you right there, you haven't read his autobiography or any jack ****. So don't bother selling me lies, I'm not buying.

Hell, just go right ahead and watch the rest of the goddamn movie. It's not a perfect representation of his life, but it get's it alright.

Not only did he leave his "ghetto" attitude behind, which refer to as some sort of lifestyle, he became very much against it as he thought it demeaned the African American society.

And he did that a long time before he passed, some 10 years before his murder.

So please, just watch the whole movie and read the whole wiki article on him. That's the least you can do instead of telling me some goddamned BS courses you never taken.

Sickening. Liars disgust me; good day.
User avatar #161 to #157 - potatovillain
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And MrDeadiron you are a coward as well.

Malcolm X put his life on the line and died to show his grounds. I know it's not the same scale, but you on the other hand fear even "red thumbs" and resort to deleting your comments and running away when some people disagree with you and show how horrible and weak your argument is.

Pathetic.
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User avatar #103 to #53 - robotvoice
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nobody is born evil.
MALCOLM X IS NOT A DRAGON.
User avatar #109 to #103 - gigamuffin
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..or is he?
User avatar #139 to #103 - kinginyellow
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I don't think they mean everyone is immediately evil by birth in that statement, just that it's better to grow up and make mistakes you can learn from rather than being good no matter what. We're all born to different attitudes, and everyone makes mistakes or does something wrong they have to learn from.
#14 - ekusas
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IMplying Malcom X was a good muslim, OP pls.
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At first, yes. Then around the time he went to Mecca he realized the error of his ways and became a peace loving man that wishes equality for all.


Unfortunately, he shift in ideology from bigotry to acceptance of all was perhaps the main reason that triggered the events that lead to his assassination.
#70 - anon id: 9d0d0075
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MLK and Malcom X dont deserve that 'Good' side...
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i can understand the malcom x stuff but why ******* MLK you douche
#116 to #79 - anon id: dbabb090
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(08/09/2014) [-]
He plagiarized many of his speeches and even plagiarized his way through school, he had communist ties, he was a known adulterer, often using church funds on prostitutes, left his family destitute upon his death, on top of all that he was an anti-semite. While he did do a lot for the civil rights movement, his means of doing so we're far from the public idealization.
#187 to #116 - iceguy
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