The Negro Movement and Muhammad Ali

This video showcases the wisdom, knowledge, and speaking quality of the great black radical Muhammad Ali. Being interviewed by William Buckley on a show called firing line, they talked about the black or negro movement in America.

One thing that is great is that Ali didn’t focus on the black movement but on the equal justice and freedom movement for all peoples.

Ali talked about the white race method of divide and conquer in this interview. He also talked about following Elijah Muhammad and Malcolm X’s demise and fall from the “Black Muslim” organization.

Muhammad Ali and the Negro Movement

William Buckley made a great point that not all white people are not the problem, but that there are groups of people who lead racist movements. It is a great interview that people should enjoy.

Muhammad Ali and the Negro Movement


Get the Unconscious Conscious of Their Unconscious Behavior

“Our task is not to teach the unconscious to become conscious but to make the unconscious, conscious of their unconscious behavior.”

It’s vital because “the unconscious” is automatically and instinctively seeking freedom, which cannot be attained in an unconscious state!

The unconscious reacts on instinct; while the conscious react with reason. All-the-more the reason, why it is important to get, maintain and help others become conscious.

Leaders today are trying to get people who are unconscious of their environment, unconscious to the nature of their government, to become conscious.

The direction of the consciousness they are seeking is what the late civil rights activist, Stokely Carmichael (Kwame Ture) sought to change. Instead of attempting diligently to make them conscious of the truth and knowledge; the leader’s emphasis should be to make them conscious of their unconscious behavior.


The Dawn of Black Power in America

In 1969, 26 Panthers were killed by the FBI, paralyzing and even killing the Black Panther movement and political group. Seven-hundred and fifty (750) Panthers were imprisoned or jailed… the organization was systematically destroyed.

The difference between the civil rights movement and the black power movement; the civil rights movement sought equality with whites. The black power movement assumed equality with the person and thought to express that equality.

They were a proud people and did not need anyone to tell them such.

Shout out to David Hoffman youtube channel for posting this video; share and keep the awareness of black radicals, today, yesterday, and tomorrow!

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