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Malcolm X Message To The Grassroots | House Negro/Field Negro

Feb 27, 2020
and for the few moments we have left we want to have an impromptu check in between you and me we want to talk down to earth in a language that everyone here can easily understand we all agree tonight all the speakers agree that The United States has a very serious problem, not only the United States has a very serious problem, but our people have a very serious problem, America's problem is us, we are here, probably the only reason it has a problem is because he doesn't want us here and every time you look at yourself but black, brown, red or yellow, a so-called black you are, you represent a person who poses such a serious problem for America because you're not once you face this as a given then you can start by charting a course that will make you look smart instead of unintelligent what you and i have to do is learn to forget our differences when or we unite we don't unite as Baptists or Methodists you don't go to hell because you're a Baptist and you don't get hell because you're a Methodist you know you're not going to hell because you're a Methodist or a Baptist you don't go to hell because you're a Democrat or a Republican you don't go to hell because you're a freemason Arnel and you sure don't go to hell because you're an american because if he was an american you wouldn't catch any hair you catch him i'll throw you a black man you can say we all got stuck in hell for the same reason, so we're all black so called black second class citizens ex slaves you're just an ex slave you don't like being told that but what else are you you're an ex slave you didn't come here on the Mayflower you came here on a slave ship in teams like a horse, a cow or a chicken and you were brought here by the people who came here on the Mayflower you were brought here by the so-called pilgrims our founding fathers they were the ones who brought them here we have a common enemy we have this entrant we have a common oppressor a common exploiter in a common discrimination so Once we all realize we have a better common enemy we will unite on the basis of what we we have in common and what we have most in common is that this enemy, the white comrade, is an enemy to all of us.
malcolm x message to the grassroots house negro field negro
I know some of you think. that some of them are not enemies time will tell on the back of the band and i think 1954 was the first unity meeting in centuries of black people and once you study what happened at the band conference and the results from the Bandung conference, it actually serves as a template for the very procedure that you and I can use to end our troublesome song all the nations came together were dark nations from Africa and Asia some of them were Buddhists some of them were Muslims some of them they were christians some of them were confucian confucianists some were atheists despite their religious differences joined some more communists some were socialists some capitalists despite their economic and political differences joined all were black, brown, red or yellow what The first who was not allowed to attend the Bandung conference was the white man, he could not come once he excluded They went to the white guy they found they could get together once they shut him out everyone else was fine live this is what you and I have to understand and these people who came together they didn't have nukes they didn't have jet planes they didn't have everything the heavy weaponry that the white man has but they had unity, they were able to submerge their petty little differences and agree on one thing: although one African came from Kenya and was being colonized by an Englishman and another African came from the Congo and was being colonized by the Belgian and another African came from Guinea and was being colonized by the French and another came from Angola and was being colonized by the Portuguese when they arrived at the Dandong conference they looked at the Portuguese and after the friendship and after the English and then that the other Dutchman in Lenoir realized that the one thing they all had in common were they were all from Europe they were all from they were all rub European The blue eyes and white skin begin to recognize who the enemy was the same man who was colonizing our people in Kenya was colonizing our people in the Congo himself in the Congo was colonizing our people in South Africa and Southern Rhodesia and in Burma that in India and in Afghanistan and in Pakistan they realized all over the world where a dark man was being held down by dingo, he was being oppressed by the white man where the dark man was singled out, he was being exploited by the white man , so they came together on the basis that they had a common enemy and when you and I here in Detroit and in Michigan and in the United States who have woken up today, look around us and we realize here in the United States that we all have a common enemy whether he's in georgia or michigan whether he's in california or new york he's the sa yo man blue eyes blonde hair and pale skin look at me so what we gotta do er is what they did they agreed to stop fighting each other whatever little spam they had they fixed it between them they got together don't let the enemy know you have a disagreement instead of airing our differences in public we have to realize that we are all the same family and when you have a family fight, you don't go out on the sidewalk if you do, everyone calls you rude, uneducated, uncivilized.
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Savage if you don't do it at home you take it to fix it at home you go into the closet you discuss it behind closed doors and then when you go out on the street your posts are coming in front of our United Front and this is what we should do in the community and in the city and in the state we need to stop airing our differences in front of the white fellow take the white man out of our number one meeting and then sit down and talk business with each other I would I would like to make a few comments on the difference between the revolution black and black revolution there is a difference are they both the same and if they are not what is the difference what is the difference between a black revolution and a black revolution first what is a revolution sometimes i am inclined to i think a lot of our people are using this word revolution lightly without carefully considering what this word actually means and what its historical characteristics are when studying the nature of history. history of revolutionaries the reason for a revolution the goal of a revolution and the result of a revolution and the methods used in a revolution you can change the words you can come up with another program you can change your goal and you can change your mind look at the American Revolution in 1776 that revolution was why 4 lanes how was it why they wanted independence from the land how the number one bloodshed took place was based on the land the foundation of independence and the only way they could get it was blood Hed the French Revolution What was it?
malcolm x message to the grassroots house negro field negro
Based on the lanes against the owner What was Four Lane? How did they get it? The bloodshed was not love lost. There was no compromise. It was not negotiation. because when you find out what it is you will go back to the alley you will get out of the way Konami the rest in revolution what was based on land the lists of liens against the owner how they caused it bloodshed your shelter You don't have a revolution that doesn't involve bloodshed and you have afraid of bleeding I said that you were afraid of Li as long as the white men sent you to Korea.
malcolm x message to the grassroots house negro field negro
You bled. He sent you to Germany. You bled. He sent you to the South Pacific. to fight the Japanese you bleed, you bleed for the whites, but when it comes time to watch your own churches bombed on black girls, we murder, you got no blood, you bleed when the white man says bleed, you bite when the white man says. says bang and bonk when the white man says but i hate to say this about us but its true how are they going to be nonviolent in mississippi as bad as they were in korea how can they justify being nonviolent in mississippi in alabama when their churches are being bombed and their little girls are being murdered and at the same time you're going to get violent with hitler and tojo and someone else you don't even know if violence is wrong in america violence is wrong abroad if it's wrong to be violent standing up for black women in black children and black babies and black men so it was wrong for the United States to conscript us and make us violent abroad in front of it the chinese revolution they wanted land they threw the british ah along with uncle tom chino yes they did they gave a good example when I was in prison I read an article and don't be surprised when I say I was in prison you're still in prison that's what America wants say prison when i was in prison i read an article in life magazine showing a 9 year old chinese girl her father was on his hands and knees and she was pulling the trigger because he was a guy from china town when they had the revolution there they took a whole generation of Uncle Tom they just wiped him out and in 10 years that girl became a grown woman no more times in china and today it is one of the harshest harshest most feared countries in this land by the white man because there are no towns there uncles of all our studies history is the best qualified to reward all research and when you see that you have problems all you have to do is examine the historical method used throughout the world by others who had similar problems to yours and once you see how they got there then you know how you can fix them please there has been a black revolution revolution. happening in africa in kenya the mau mau were revolutionaries they were the ones who made the word or hurroo they were the ones who brought it to the fore the mau mau were the revolutionaries they believed in scorched e arth they threw aside everything that got into the frying pan and their revolution was also based on land a desire for land in algeria north africa a revolution was made algerians were revolutionaries they wanted sheets offered to be integrated into the frames i told the fridge to go to hell with the marcos they wanted some land not some marcos and got involved in a bloody gang so i cite these various revolutions brothers and sisters to show you don't have a peaceful revolution you don't have a turn the revolution on the other cheek no there is such a thing as a nonviolent revolution the only thing is some kind of nonviolent revolution it is the black revolution the only revolution based on yeast you enemy is the black revolution the only revolution where the goal is a desegregated lunch counter the desegregated theater a desegregated park and desegregated public toilets you can sit next to white people on the toilet that's not revolution the revolution is based on lan d la earth is the foundation of all independence wind is the foundation of liberty justice and equality the white man knows what a revolution is he knows the black revolution is worldwide in scope and nature the black revolution is sweeping asia sweeping africa leads the head in latin america the cuban revolution that is a revolution they overturned the system the revolution is in asia the revolution is in africa and the white man is screaming because he sees revolution in latin america how do you think he will react to you when you know what a true revolution is that you don't know what a revolution is if you did you wouldn't use that word our revolution is bloody the revolution is s hostile the revolution knows no compromises the revolution nullifies and destroys everything that stands in its way and you sitting here like you're not all these people no matter how much they hate me no they need a revolution who ever heard of a revolution, leave your arms crossed, as reverend Clegg pointed out, singing beautifully, let's get over it, just tell me, you don't do that in a revolution, you don't sing, you're too busy swinging, it's grounded in the land, a revolutionary wants land so they can establish their own nation, an independent nation, these blacks are.
They don't ask for no nation, they try to crawl back to the plantation when you want a nation called nationalism when they got mixed up when white men got involved in a revolution in this country against England. nation that weighs nationalism the American Revolution was a great nationalism the French Revolution was white nationalism the Russian Revolution - yes it was white nationalism you don't think so why do you think Khrushchev and Mill can't understand each other white nationalism all revolutions that's Lo What is happening in Asia in Africa today is based on what black nationalism is.
A revolutionary is a black nationalist. He wants a nation. He was reading some beautiful words from the reverend clean point. asking why he couldn't meet someone else here in town because everyone was afraid of being identified wouldn't that be black nationalism if you're afraid of black nationalism you're afraid of revolution and if you love revolution you love black nationalism to understand this you have to to go back to what the young brother here referred to as the


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black the blackof the house they lived in the house with the master they dressed quite well they are not good because they eat his food what he left they lived in an attic or in the basement but still they look close to their master and they loved the master more than the master master loved himself would they give their lives to save their masters house faster than the master would the black in the house is the master so we have a good house here the house we blacks there yes we have a good house every time the master said we said we that's how you can say to a house black if the lady if the minister's house caught fire the house black would fight more to put out the fire than the master if master got sick the black man in the house said what's wrong boss we think he identified with his master more than his master identified with himself and if you came to the house black and said let's run away let's escape let's separate that house black man you would look and say man crazy what do you mean separate where there is a better house than this do where can i wear better clothes than this where can i eat better food than this that was that house Negro in those days it was called a house and that's what we call it today because we still have a house running around here this modern house Negro loves his nest wants living near him will pay triple what the house is worth just the master of a small neighbor and then he brags that I'm the only black here.
I'm the only one at my job. I'm the only one in this school. You are nothing but our home. Black said over the plantation what do you mean cut off from the United States this good white man what are you going to get a better job than you have here I mean this is what you say I left nothing in Africa that's what you say why did you leave your mind in Africa on that same plantation there was the black field the black field those were the masses there were always more blacks in the field then there were blacks in the house the black in the field caught him ate the leftovers in the house dead on top from the aisle the nigga in the field i got nothing but what was left of the insides of the pig they call it chitlins nowadays in them days they comment what they're worth gasps that's what you were an instinct and some of you still have diners who feel black. he was beaten from morning till night he lived in a shack in a shack he took off his clothes and hated his master i say he hated his master he was smart that house black loved his master but that country black remembers they were the Most and they hated the m Later, when the house caught fire, he didn't try to put it out.
That country black prayed for a breezy wind when the master got sick. The country black prayed for him to die. he didn't say where we're going and he said anywhere is better than him you got country blacks in america today i'm a country black the masses are the country blacks when they see this man's house on fire you don't hear this little blacks talk about what our government is in trouble they say the government is in trouble imagine a nigga our government even heard one say our astronauts but they will never even let it plan and our astronauts our need there is a black that is crazy like a black is crazy as well as the slave master in that day used Tom the house nigger to keep the country blacks at bay, the same old slave master today has blacks who are nothing more than modern 20th century Uncle Tom. and me under control keep us under control keep us passive and peaceful in nonviolence that's Tom going nonviolent it's like when you go to the dentist and the man is going to take you to fight him when he starts pulling so these scripts and stuff in your jaw called Nova King to make you believe that they are not doing anything to you so that you sit there on the bus you have all that novocaine in your jaw you suffer in peace the blood runs through all your work and you don't know what is happening because someone has taught to suffer peacefully the white man do the same to you in the street when he might want to put nuts on your head and take advantage of you and not be afraid of you fighting back to keep you from fighting back you wear these old religious Uncle Tom to teach us to you and me are like novocaine suffer in peace don't stop suffering just suffer in peace as reverend clete pointed out that's your blood flow in the streets this is a scene and you know he's the preacher or christian if it is embarrassing and to him you know what it is for me because nothing in our book the quran as you call it quran teaches us to suffer in peace our religion teaches us to be smart be peaceful be courteous obey the law respect everyone but if someone lays their hand on you don't send it to the graveyard that's a good religion in fact that's that old time religion that's the one my ipod used to talk about an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth and a head for a head and a life for a life that it's a good religion and then no one minds that kind of religion being taught but a wolf intending to make you his food that's the way it is with the white man in america he's a wolf and your sheep anytime our Shepherd a shepherd teaches you and me not to run away from the white man and at the same time teachers don't fight against the white man he is a traitor to you and me don't give our life for itself don't preserve your life it's the best thing you have and yes you have You have to give her up to be even steven t The slave master took Tom and dressed him well and fed him well and even gave him a little education a little education gave him a long coat and a top hat and made him all the other slaves looked up to him and then he used Tom to control them.
The same strategy that was used in those days is the one that the same white man uses today. He took a Negro named Negro and made him prominent, made him public, made him a celebrity, and then became a spokesman for Negroes and a Negro leader. I would like to. to mention one thing more quickly and that is the method white man uses how white men use these heavy weapons or black leaders against the black revolution they are not part of the black revolutionary they are used against the black revolution when Martin Luther King failed to end segregation in Albany Georgia The civil rights struggle in America reached its nadir King went bankrupt almost as a leader and even financially The Southern Christian Leadership Conference was in financial trouble furthermore, it was in a troubled period with the people when they failed to desegregate Albany Georgia, other black civil rights leaders of so-called national stature became fallen islands as they became fallen islands they began to lose their prestige and influence, the local black leaders began agitating the masses in Cambridge Maryland Berea Richardson in Danville mature Danville Vi rginia and other parts of the country local leaders begin to agitate our people at the


level this was never done by these blacks whom you recognize of national stature they control you but they never goaded or excited you they controlled you they held you they kept you on the plantation so soon like King failed in Birmingham Black people took to the streets King went out and went to California for a big rally and praised I don't know how many thousand dollars to come to Detroit and how to march and raise a few thousand more dollars in remembrance right after Wilkins attacked a King accused King in the core of starting trouble everywhere and then making it double ACP get him out of jail and spend a lot of money many accused King and Cobb and all the money in not cleaning up this happened I have an undocumented evidence in the newspaper why it started Detective King and King style attacked Narayan farmers and started attacking both and when these national statute blacks eat they started attacking each other, they started losing control of the black masters and the blacks were on the streets they were talking about.
Let's march Washington by the way and right then Birmingham had blown up and black people in Birmingham remember they blown up too they start stabbing crackers in the back and smashing their heads off yes they did that's when Kennedy sent the truth to Birmingham then and right after that, Kennedy came on TV and said this is a moral issue, that's when he said he's going to introduce a civil rights bill, and when he mentioned the civil rights bill in the Southern crackers begin to talk about they gonna boycott or filibusters and then niggas don't talk about what we gonna march on washington march on the senate march on the white house march on congress and tie him up stop him no don't let government procedure say it's going to go out to the airport and he will throw himself in the fugitive and do not let planes land.
I tell you what they said. It was the base that was on the street. man scared the white power structure in Washington DC to death I was there when they heard this black steamroller was going to come crashing down on the Capitol they called Wilkins they called Randolph they called these black national leaders like you respect and I told them I did will cancel. Kennedy said, look, you're letting this go too far and old toms dead boss. I can't stop it because I didn't stop. I'm telling you what they said. in her much less at her head they said these blacks are doing things on their own they run ahead of us and that sly old fox said well if you all participate and I'll put 'em on I'll put 'em on the lead I'll back it up.
I will welcome you. I will help join. A few hours passed. They had a meeting at the Carlyle Hotel in New York City. The Carlyle Hotel is owned by the Kennedy family. That's the hotel where Kennedy spent the night. two nights ago a philanthropic society owned by his family run by a white man named Stephen courier gathered all the major civil rights leaders at the Carlyle Hotel and told them that by fighting each other they are destroying the civil rights movement and fighting ever since For white liberal money, let's establish what's known as the United Civil Rights Leadership Council.
This formless Council and all civil rights organizations will belong to it and we will use it to raise funds. Let me show you how complicated it is. the white man is and as soon as they formed it they elected Whitney Young as president and who do you think became co-chair Stephen Curry the white man a millionaire Powell is talking about it in COBOL today this is what he was talking about power knows what happened Randolph knows it happened Wilkins knows it happened King knows it happened every one of the so-called big six knows what happened once they formed it, but the white men promised them and gave them eight hundred thousand dollars to divide among the big six and He said after the March was over give him seven hundred thousand plus a million and a half dollars divided among the leaders that you've been following burned in jail for crime cracker and they have nothing but Frank James and Jesse James and what - you -they call him brothers as soon as they organized the setup, the white men made the leading public relations experts available to them which opened up n the media across the country at their disposal and then they started projecting ect these big fixes like the leaders of the March originally weren't even in the March they're talking a lot on Houston Street like Easton's still talking here on Hastings Street they mean my talk on Lenox Avenue now about how to call it Philip Morris Street at Central Avenue and 42nd Street at 63rd Street that's where they talked about the March but the white man put the big six in front of her made them march they marched again they took over and the first move they made after they took over they invited Walter Reuther a white man they invited a priest but a rabbi and an old white preacher yes a white preacher the same white element that put Kennedy in power work the catholics the jews and the clean click liberal Protestants who put Kennedy in power joined the march on Washington its like when you drink a coffee that it's too black which means it's too strong what you do you integrate it with the tree you make it weak if you put too much cream on it you won't even know how you ever had coffee it used to be hot it turns cold and it used to be strong it turns weak it used to wake you up now it'll put you to sleep this is what they did with the march on washington they joined it they didn't they didn't join it they infiltrated they joined they became part of it they took over and when they took over they lost their membership they stop being angry they stop from being hot they stop being uncompromising why even it seems to be a March it became a picnic a circus nothing but a circus with clowns and everything had one here in Detroit i saw it on tv with clowns let it white clowns and black clowns I know you don't like what I'm saying.
I'll tell you anyway because I can prove what I'm saying. If you think I'm telling you wrong, bring me Martin Luther King and eight Philip Randolph and James Farmer and meet the other three and then see if they deny it. the microphone was now sold it was an acquisition when James Baldwin came from Paris they would let him speak because they couldn't get him to follow the script. Burt Lancaster shredded his vest which Bolden was supposed to do. They wouldn't let Robin out because they know Baldwin slanders by saying anything. They controlled it so tight they turned those blacks It was time to get to town, howstop quite a lot, what sign to carry, what song to sing, what speech could they make and what speech they covered me and then told them to leave town at sundown and every one of those times they were out of line. city ​​at dusk now i know you don't like me saying this but i can back it up it was an acting circus is anything hollywood can do performance of the year luther and those three other demons should get an academy award for the best actors because they acted like they really loved black people and they fooled a lot of black people and the six black leaders should also get an award for best supporting cast

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