Malcolm and Me

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About This Audible Original And another Audible Original… quick tid bit about a guy who interviewed Malcolm X. Some overall ideas of how the social environment was back in the 60’s and how Malcolm saw that black history was being “cotton picked” and most of it skewed. Although interesting to get a better feel for this man, this is certainly not my usual cup of tea, although it does reinforce the importance of history and genetic history at that… it doesn’t matter if you’re black, white or pink. Where your ancestors have come from does matter and the truth of their history is VERY important.
We are all victims of censorship and straight out lies about our past (all of us). It’s not a mystery…. people in power for a long time have agreed to skew the reality of history in so many different ways, you should highly consider that the head of the CIA around this time said their goal is deceive us all by telling us lies….
The quote goes something like this:
“We’ll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false.”
^Yeah, that was actually said.. get over it. Snopes can’t help you with this one.
Well, this has been going on a long time before this statement.
Spiritual and Physically it’s important to understand your genetics. It sort of reminds me of hypnosis, once you understand certain things about it, you can break certain conditioning that’s been imposed spiritual against certain races, which is not what I want to discuss now as I’m off to finish building my multi-million dollar marketing platform.
PEACE – here is the break down on Audible:

In 1960, Ishmael Reed, then an aspiring young writer, interviewed Malcolm X for a local radio station in Buffalo, New York. The encounter cost Reed his job and changed his life. In Malcolm and Me, Reed, acclaimed author of such classic novels as Mumbo Jumbo and winner of a MacArthur “Genius” Fellowship, reveals a side of Malcolm X the public has never seen before, while exploring how the civil rights firebrand influenced his own views on working, living, speaking out, and left a mark on generations of artists and activists.

Malcolm X was one of the most influential human rights activists in history and his views on race, religion, and fighting back changed America and the world. Reed gives us a clear-eyed view of what the man was really like—beyond the headlines and the myth-making. Malcolm and Me is a personal look at the development of an artist and a testament to how chance encounters we have in our youth can transform who we are and the world we live in.

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