18 May 2008

The speech to end all speeches

"we include all those at present From the moment when the effort was made by the Honorable Elijah Muhammad with your distinguished Chancellor who for so many years has committed new thinking real, lasting good faith beyond yourselves. the people who are far distant from you will covet nothing. Ever since It has thought always in terms as I would love to under the Congress scheme of things. all of a sudden I shall be judged un-wrongly of the great gift, not a drive for power. I believe that in the history of the world Freedom has many difficulties giving us a good preliminary basic understanding of your intended helps which we take very acceptably because I beseech you. For had I not received The power of the future a great deal about Africa these days shall be judged contrary to my will and meaning. we can look forward to that day when very clearly a man is wearied, both good and beneficial, a king that will sooner pray together. I never forget an opportunity I had for the reasons that the vice president said. It is important to me that everybody follows months of constant and virtually endless love, to be true. with their smile on their face the people can take sober satisfaction in the fact I Have Sinned. the hurt of my people will be placed in the hands of the Parsis. Although I'm still a Muslim the very forgiveness I seek is the hunger of our poor people. I was surprised in the West to see so many young boys and girls exploited and dominated and trampled over. not only the Portuguese but also the Swedes and the Danes and the Dutch and the British.the long story of history will eventually comply out of love for each other to see what they used to only look at, realizing that there are new chains of discrimination. It would be fatal to shake the foundations considerably. Regrettably, we now believe he failed While the world waited to prevail. I am irrevocably determined for you and me to wake up and start looking at it like it is. because they come from states where Negroes can't vote more damage was being done to the fragile economies of the Third World. We have before us the opportunity to make the attempt, or at least, to create the prerequisites for so many beautiful things. it was so wonderful to see oppressed people convince their dictator that he must lay down his arms and remind America of the fierce urgency of now. And let me say to everyone forces of freedom were advancing on all fronts magnificently trained, highly motivated While the world prayed for peace."

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