The Game of Malcolm X

I recently read “The Autobiography of Malcolm X, as told to Alex Haley.” Malcolm X is a very troubling person to hear. He is very total in his racial view of the world. Every action he makes and every observation he makes are related to his race. He is never just a person, he is always a black person. It becomes tiring to read at some point.

He does have some interesting comments on women and he is an ultimate natural alpha.

White women also appear to assist him, as an alpha, in his war against white men, which he generally describes as betas. As a young man of the age of 17, he describes how he would make a beautiful white stay-at-home woman he called ‘Sophia’ give him money every time she meets him (a money that her white beta husband gave her). Imagine that, a woman gives a 17 yo boy, money after sex, while he beats her and use her for his crimes (which eventually get her and her sister arrested and reveals her adultery to her family).

Some relevant quotes:

“A woman should occasionally be babied enough to show her the man had affection, but beyond that she should be treated firmly.”

“Our young girls, our daughters, and our baby sisters are becoming unwed mothers before they are hardly out of their teens. Our community has 1000’s of unwed mothers, that has no hope of ever getting a husband. Our community has 10’s of 1000’s of little black babies who have no father to act as their provider—”

“As a young minister I wouldn’t have considered it possible for me to love any woman. I had too much experience that women were only tricky, deceitful, untrustworthy flesh.”

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8 Responses to The Game of Malcolm X

  1. OhioStater says:

    Blacks are the canary in the coal mine. Dan Quayle was right about the influence of black music on white youth. I imagine you’d hear rap music even if you went to strictly all-white college parties in the South.

  2. HH says:

    “Sophia” and her sister deserved beatings- severe ones.

  3. Aurini says:

    This is how a minister behaves… lovely.

  4. Anonymous says:

    I’m sure he provided adequate ministration to his flock.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Did you even read this book entirely? His outlook on race and social interaction completely changes as he gets older. It sounds like you stopped reading half way through. Based on your poor writing and stilted English I can understand you having troubles with reading comprehension.

    • dicipres says:

      I apologize for the poor English. English is not my native tongue and I have time constraints.

      Malcolm X is a very interesting person, represents a lot in black america and a lot can be learned from him. However, here I tried to give some points on his relations and views on women (hence I noted Sophia), not tribalism.

      I agree that Malcolm x views changed, initially he an unapologetic racist and was very extreme, taught black supremacy, and advocated the separation of black and white Americans. I agree these views mellowed as he grew older and I did not claim otherwise. All I said is that the constant ‘racial awareness’ (i.e. everybody and everything are viewed in relation to white/black identities) in the book is tiring and it gets boring.

      • Solo says:

        people seem to forget is that the book was written during a time were blacks were looked at as animals and couldn’t even go too places whites go. Plus the trauma that Malcom experienced as a kid, fueled his views I.e. KKK burning his house down. His father and uncles dying violent deaths etc.

        I honestly don’t blame him but he did change his views before he died.

  6. Firepower says:

    Hey, smarties: Malcolm belonged to the
    Nation of Islam
    So, you’re inculcation by Government School
    To solidify your predilection for white self-hatred is still strong with you.

    Oh, and Malcolm PROVES it was right to blow his ass away with every NEW GEM squeezing out the ass of American Liberal Culture.

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