Monday, September 2, 2013

Minister Malcolm X: Message To America

Source:Islam 6639- Nation of Islam Minister Malcolm X.
Source:The Daily Press

“Malcolm X delivers speech Message to the Grass Roots
Northern Grass Roots Leadership Conference
Detroit, Michigan” 

From Islam 6639 

Malcolm X was correct in the sense that the racial discrimination that African-Americans faced from the time the African slaves were freed in the 1860s, until the 1960s with the civil rights laws, was a human rights problem. But where he was wrong was that the U.S. Government was able to solve these problems at least in the sense that all Americans are supposed to be treated under law equally with the same constitutional rights. And generally that is true now with the passage of the civil rights laws of the 1960s.

All Americans are entitled to the same rights and responsibilities as every other American in America. Regardless of race, ethnicity, gender or religion. Does that mean that all the laws are always enforced equally for all Americans. Of course not, because any system that is run by humans won’t be run perfectly. Mistakes will be made and you’ll have bad apples (so to speak) and bad people in any system.

Bad apples, are people who feel some people because of their race shouldn’t be treated as well as other Americans of a different race. But under law we are all entitled to the same rights and responsibilities. And under law we are all supposed to be treated equally under law. That wasn’t the case pre-1960s civil rights laws. And that is one thing that Malcolm X never understood, but unfortunately he didn’t live long enough to see that.

As far as this Malcolm X speech, I don’t agree with him on everything. At least pre-1964, before he went to Saudi Arabia and got to be with Muslims of all racial and ethnic backgrounds, he was basically an African-American Nationalist, a racial Nationalist, a racist even. There are good people and bad people of all racial and ethnic backgrounds, including European-Americans. And it’s only the bad people that he saw when it came to the European-American community.

David Von Pein: '1964 Interview With Karen Carlin'

Source:David Von Pein- local Dallas, Texas media interviewing Jack Ruby's employee Karen Carlin, in 1964.
Source:The Daily Press


From David Von Pein

Perhaps one of the most famous nightclub employees of all time. I don’t know much about Karen Carlin and maybe that is because that there isn’t much to know about her, but what I get is that she was an attractive woman who worked for Jack Ruby at Jack Ruby’s nightclub, The Carousel in Dallas. And worked there simply because she needed the money. But that she’s not someone who has much if any information about Jack Ruby other than Ruby might have shot Lee Harvey Oswald the assassin of President John F. Kennedy. She simply worked for the man and only worked there because she needed the money. Because her husband had a hard time holding a good job.

You have to know that this whole story had to do with the assassination of an American President, John F. Kennedy who was President of the United States. This was so very new to most people in the country and the first presidential assassination that was covered in the electronic age with network TV and network news. And any person that might of had some connection to someone who was a big part of this story was automatically seen as suspect, or at least as a potential suspect.

Karen Carlin, not only knew Jack Ruby the killer of Lee Oswald who assassinated the President, but she worked for him. Which meant that people automatically assumed that she must know something important about this story. 


Source:David Von Pein- Dallas nightclub owner, mobster associate, and Lee Harvey Oswald assassin, Jack Ruby.
"Portions of an interview with Jack Ruby, recorded at Parkland Hospital in Dallas, Texas, on December 16, 1966, which was just 18 days before Ruby's death.

Jack Ruby was the Dallas nightclub operator who shot and killed President John F. Kennedy's assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald, on November 24, 1963." 

The Jack Ruby episode is a perfect example of why so many conspiracy theories came about after the John F. Kennedy assassination. Because first an American president is assassinated and then the assassin, or at least accused assassin is shot and killed as well. And left many Americans to believe that this is too unreal and can't be natural acts. 

These events after the JFK assassination are things that would explain these crazy activities from happening like forces in the Federal Government working to see that Jack Kennedy and Lee Oswald are killed. Because they saw Jack Kennedy as a threat and that Lee Oswald knew too much about not only the assassination itself, but the all of the powers associated with the JFK assassination. And didn't want their power and control to be threatened.

We'll never know the full story of what Jack Ruby knew about this case, because he died three years after the JFK assassination. And we might already know everything that he knows about this case. But Jack Ruby and his associations with organized crime figures in Dallas and the hatred that the Italian Mafia had for President Kennedy and his administration leave a lot people wondering if they put Ruby up to killing the President, because they didn't want Oswald to talk. 

The only conspiracy theory that has any credibility whatsoever that leaves intelligent sane people like Robert Blakey who worked for the House Assassinations Committee wondering if someone other than Lee Oswald was involved in the JFK assassination, is the possible organized crime connection.

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