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Malcom X.'s influence felt even more today.

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Submitted by Lee Kaplan (United States), Feb 21, 2015 at 15:27

For those who follow the antics of the ISM and International ANSWER, of Code PINK and the BDS movement his statement "by any means necessary" has beome gospel. No lie is too great, no deception wrong and violence (terrorism) is ok if it achieves the revolution. A classic photo of him holding a rifle and peeking behind a curtain gets circulated among these groups. His influence is felt far more thamn most of see below the surface, not only in the US but in the Middle East as well. Visit StoptheISM.com ..This credo appears in training manuals of these subversive groups and on college campuses where one finds rich kids playing wannabe revolutionaries.

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To see that picture: https://sullydish.files.wordpress.com/2014/10/malcolm-x-carbine-ebony.jpg

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