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In 1964, Malcolm X said, “The first thing the (white racist) does when he comes in power, he takes all the Negro leaders and invites them for coffee. To show that he’s alright. And those Uncle Toms can’t pass up the coffee. They come away from the coffee table telling you and me that this man is all right,” excerpt from his speech, “The Ballot or The Bullet.” Malcolm X’s words ring just as true today as they did 53 years ago. Certain Africans will sell out their people to stuff their own pockets and will align themselves with the enemy. They do not represent the masses, but only themselves. Real change will come through revolution! Death to capitalism! Struggle for socialism! Educate. Mobilize. Organize.
AFRICAN PEOPLE'S STRUGGLE  AGAINST OUR OWN WEAKNESSES      “We note, however, that one form of struggle which we consider to be fundamental has not been explicitly mentioned . . . We refer here to  the struggle against our own weaknesses” .    Amilcar Cabral, “The Weapon of Theory”  Calendar 2018  THE INTERNAL ENEMY