Ted Nugent's scorching indictment of the Democratic Party, which have for generations scammed and suppressed blacks, stirred memories of the 1963 speech of Malcolm X (1934-1965) at Berkeley. Malcolm X was no fool; he decried white liberals and their dictatorial big-government agenda. In his speech, Malcolm X roasted liberals – calling them "political hypocrites," "legal crooks" and "the real criminals" who used blacks as "as political footballs to get bills passed that increase their own power"
Cut down by black Muslims in 1965, Malcolm X, had he lived, would probably hold nothing but contempt for Barack Obama, Eric Holder, Loretta Lynch, the Black Congressional Caucus and the Democratic Party – gatekeepers of blacks on the dispiriting and racist government plantation. Indeed, Malcolm X, who feared the creation of "a legal police state" under the guise of civil rights legislation, might curse the Washington cartel and establishments of both parties as power-hungry frauds.
"Civil rights legislation will never solve our problems," he said in 1963. "The American government turns us against our own kind."
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