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Anyone remember Malcolm X’s love-hate relationship with Martin Luther King?

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Malcolm X was constantly making militant demands, but didn’t condemn King like a few militants did, claiming he was giving King the space to appear moderate, that by constantly pushing militancy he gave King the space to appear to be a healer.

I wish I could find the original quote. I hope others find it for me and post it or email me, RichardkanePA@aol.com, Maybe the problem today is not that Obama isn’t King-like enough, but that there are today no Malcolm X types screaming their heads off for their favorite cause. Perhaps Obama would actually appreciate it is they were doing so. 

The following is a tough perhaps tough-love article concerning Obama, and a more gentle criticism I wrote,
http://www.thiscantbehappening.net/?q=node/266 
http://www.capitolhillblue.com/node/15268 
RichardKanePA 

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Broken links? replaced

This is Richard Kane again in Philly PA. My links above clicked in wrong. I'll try again,
http://www.thiscantbehappening.net/?q=node/266

http://www.capitolhillblue.com/node/15268

Sen. Kerry and Obama, Malcolm and King

Someone related to me that John Kerry's relationship with Obama has some similarities with Malcolm X's relationship with Martin Luther King. I hope someone knows more details.

RichardKanePA