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Malcolm X draws a distinction between the evil of individual White Americans and the COLLECTIVE evils of White America as a whole.
Malcolm, whose 90th birthday we celebrate on May 19th, was the FOUNDER of the Nation of Islam’s multi-million-selling ‘Muhammad Speaks’ newspaper – the most successful and PROFITABLE Black newspaper in U.S. history and the template and forerunner of Louis Farrakhan’s ‘Final Call’. The ‘Muhammad Speaks’ was the principal source of revenue and PROFIT for Elijah Muhammad’s Nation of Islam and laid the foundation for what became the NOI’s $50 MILLION business empire. Malcolm was also the minister of the single most powerful and PROFITABLE mosque in NOI history – Harlem’s Temple #7 – which had revenues of nearly $200,000 per year (in the 1960’s!) and the largest registered membership of any mosque in the NOI. In addition, ‘The Autobiography of Malcolm X’ is one of the biggest-selling books in publishing history, having sold well over 20 MILLION copies worldwide to date.
These facts alone establish Malcolm X as one of the greatest INDUSTRIALISTS in African-American history and could very well have made him America’s first Black BILLIONAIRE had he lived to this day. He is thus a man who is fully deserving of a NATIONAL HOLIDAY in his honour so that no-one will EVER forget the legend that was, is and will forever be Malcolm X.
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