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Hedges: Malcolm X understood the US better than Dr. King

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Malcolm X, unlike Martin Luther King Jr., did not believe America had a conscience. For him there was no great tension between the lofty ideals of the nation—which he said were a sham—and the failure to deliver justice to blacks. He, perhaps better than King, understood the inner workings of empire. He had no hope that those who managed empire would ever get in touch with their better selves to build a country free of exploitation and injustice,” Chris Hedges says at Truthdig on February 1, 2015.

Chris Hedges wrongly claims, “King was able to achieve a legal victory through the civil rights movement, portrayed in the new film “Selma.” But he failed to bring about economic justice and thwart the rapacious appetite of the war machine that he was acutely aware was responsible for empire’s abuse of the oppressed at home and abroad.”

Chris Hedges says that Malcolm was against Capitalism (Usury). He quotes Malcolm X: “It is impossible for capitalism to survive, primarily because the system of capitalism needs some blood to suck,” Malcolm said. “Capitalism used to be like an eagle, but now it’s more like a vulture. It used to be strong enough to go and suck anybody’s blood whether they were strong or not. But now it has become more cowardly, like the vulture, and it can only suck the blood of the helpless. As the nations of the world free themselves, then capitalism has less victims, less to suck, and it becomes weaker and weaker. It’s only a matter of time in my opinion before it will collapse completely.”

However, for obvious reasons, Chris Hedges avoid to mention that for the above two reasons, Malcolm X was hated by the Organized Jewry. Rev. King on the other hand, was, and still is, loved by the Organized Jewry.

Half a century after Dr. King walked arm-in-arm with rabbis to demand racial equality, his movement’s legacy ignites the activism of American Jews on both ends of the Israel spectrum, pitting ardent Zionists against Jews who beg to differ with King’s 1968 assessment of Israel as “one of the great outposts of democracy in the world, and a marvelous example of what can be done,” Matt Lebovic wrote at the Times of Israel on January 18, 2015.

King, like Barack Obama, was a product of Jewish money. Both are the “Black Front” of Zionism. Read here, here and here. King’s image was pampered by the Organized Jewry through media and Black lawmakers as a counterbalance to the rising influence of Nation of Islam, Malcolm and Imam Waris Deen Muhammad, son of the Founder of Nation of Islam, Elijah Muhammad.

Both Malcolm X and Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. became threat to the Establishment for different reasons. While King was able to influence the Christian Afro-Americans – Malcolm X attracted admiration around the Muslim world and anti-imperialist groups in the West and Latin America. Therefore, it’s ridiculous on the part of US security agencies and the Organized Jewry to blame the Nation of Islam for the assassination of Malcolm X on February 21, 1965 as Malcolm X could not have become a threat to the Black Muslim organization which he along with Imam Waris Deen Muhammad left to the mainstream Islamic faith.

Roland Sheppard, a Black Union leader and a witness to Malcolm X assassination at the Audubon Ballroom, in his booklet, Why the US Government Assassinated Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr., which is worth reading to find the truth behind the false flag operations.

No wonder, the US Congress declared the third Monday of January as Martin Luther King Day, a Federal holiday to honor Martin Luther King Jr. (died 1968) since the 1990s. American government and politicians don’t honor Malcolm X.

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