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By Any Means Necessary (Malcolm X
speeches & writings) by Malcolm X
From His Own Heart & Mouth.
The imperialists know the only way you will voluntarily turn to the fox is to
show you a wolf. In eleven speeches and interviews, Malcolm X presents a
revolutionary alternative to this reformist trap, taking up political alliances,
womens rights, U.S. intervention in the Congo and Vietnam, capitalism and
socialism, and more.
Personal Review: By Any Means Necessary (Malcolm X
speeches & writings) by Malcolm X
I think the best way to describe this great book is a few excerpts.
"... by any means necessary. That's our motto. We want freedom by any
means necessary. We want justice by any means necessary. We want
equality by any means necessary."
"We won't organize any black man to be a Democrat or a Republican
because both of them have sold us out."
"Those who claim to be enemies of the system were on their hands and
knees waiting for [Democratic president] Johnson to get elected because
he's supposed to be a man of peace; and he has troops invading the
Congo [in Africa] right now and invading Saigon [Vietnam]...."
"This political, economic, and social system of America was produced from
the enslavement of the black man and that particular system is capable
only of reproducing that out of which itself was produced."
"No, you have got no friends in Washington, D.C.... You've got friends in
Africa, friends in Asia, friends in Latin America."
"[The] thing that I would like to impress upon every Afro-American leader is
that no kind of action in this country is ever going to bear fruit unless that
action is tied in with the overall international struggle."
(In one of his speeches, Malcolm read the founding statement of the
Organization of Afro-American Unity (OAAU) which he led, adding his own
comments. Malcolm didn't write the statement himself; it was developed by
a committee of the new group.)
"[quoting OAAU] 'A first step in the program to end the existing system of
racist education is to demand that the 10 percent of the [New York city]
schools the Board of Education will not include in its [desegregation] plan
be turned over to and run by the Afro-American community itself.'"
"[quoting OAAU] 'The [Black] community must ... wage an unrelenting
struggle against police brutality.'"
"Wherever you have organized crime, that type of crime cannot exist other
than with the consent of the police, the knowledge of the police and the
cooperation of the police.... [Criminals] pay the police off so that they will
not get arrested. I know what I'm talking about - I used to be out there."
"[quoting OAAU] 'We propose to support and organize political clubs, to
run independent candidates for office, and to support any Afro-American
already in office who answers to and is responsible to the Afro-American
community.' We don't support any black man who is controlled by the white
I also recommend "Malcolm X Talks to Young People". (See my review.)
I recommend the ads in the back of the book. Pathfinder Press is defined
by a political goal, not commercial success. It aims to provide a platform
for revolutionary leaders speaking in their own words. If you like one book,
you will probably like others.
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