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[Malcolm X samples ("Oxford Union Debate (December 3,
1964) "):]
"I'm speaking as a Black man from America... which is a
racist society.
No matter how much you hear it talk about democracy...
It's as racist as South Africa or as racist as Portugal...
Or as racist as any other racialist society on this, on this
earth.
The only difference between it and South-Africa: South-
Africa...
Preaches separation and practices separation.
America preaches integration and practices segregation!
This is the ONLY difference.
They don't practice what they PREACH!
For in South-Africa preaches and practices... the SAME
thing.
I have more respect for a man, who let me know where he
stands...
Even if he's wrong.
Then one who comes up like an angel and is nothing but a
devil."

[Minister Louis Farrakhan, on the Donahue Show 1991:]
"I, uhm... I don't agree with him because I don't have to
follow anyone to defend myself.
I think that, uhm... there are, every people, uhm...
All people have been... mistreated in some form or another.
But, uhm...
I don't agree with him, I don't follow a man, and I don't think
anyone should follow one man.
I think they should follow their conscience!
I think the main problem of most negroes is that they feel
sorry for themselves...
And I think that this keep them back, uhm...
Much more than they would be.
If they didn't feel so sorry for themselves."

[Malcolm X samples ("Oxford Union Debate (December 3,
1964) "):]
"If Martin Luther King, Roy Wilkins or any of these uuh...
Compromising negroes who say exactly what the white man
wants to hear...
Is interviewed anywhere in the country, you don't get
anybody to offset what they say.
But whenever a black man...
Stands up and says something that...
White people don't like then the first thing that white man
does,
Is run around and try and find somebody to say something...
To, to uuhm... offset...
What has just been said!
This is NATURAL!
But it is done."

[Minister Louis Farrakhan, on the Donahue Show 1991:]
"You know what I think?
I just think... I think you, you... you givin' up! (givin' up on
what?)
An ideal of an integrated America, the dream of Martin
Luther King, I think you givin' up.
This is not, I'm not tryna be a "Smarterica", I'm calling you
honestly...
That I think you givin' up! "

[Minister Louis Farrakhan, on the Donahue Show 1991:]
"You know, it's interesting... how... white folk... sit here...
Thinking that... I have a reason... to lie to you...
As though you are so powerful.
And you are so wonderful...
And I am so ashamed of my words, that I have to twist and
turn, please!
You are not dealing... with that kind of man.
You're dealing with a man... who means what he says.
And says what he means, now listen! " [beat stops]

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Ice Cube - The Predator
ICE CUBE - INTEGRATION (INSERT)
is the track #15 from the album The Predator which is released on 1992-11-17. Genre: Hip Hop/Rap | Record Label: 2003 Priority Records LLC All rights reserved Unauthorized reproduction is a violation of applicable laws Manufactured by Priority Records LLC,
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