In a recent interview with the Fife Star, King Malcolm stated that he would “restrict our citizens access to daggers.” Now the left always blames inanimate objects and law abiding sword and dagger owners in the wake of mass killings; of course he will fail in his attempts, to spew his redirect and pass legislation (proven to not work, Pg. 17) He was also quoted in saying, “I believe that women can do more than just cook and clean.” and promised to tackle the issue, stupidly following the progressive nonsense of equal right, and calling for more government control But King Malcolm can't pander to these authoritarians, without following through with radical policy. The king will lead this country into a new era of micromanaging, and will
“We want freedom by any means necessary. We want justice by any means necessary. We want equality by any means necessary.” This famous quote was spoken by African-American Muslim and human rights activist Malcolm X in June of 1964. At this period of time America was going through the era of segregation and the civil rights movement so leaders like Malcolm X wished to bring blacks together to form strong organizations for change. Throughout the speech Malcolm attempts to engage his listeners to his ideas and explain the creation of an organization to increase Black Nationalism.
James Q. Wilson a former teacher at Harvard University understands that taking guns away from the common people will only reduce the chance of surviving a possible attack of any sort of intruder.”Those that they cannot buy,
April 3, 1964, Malcolm X gives his well renowned speech; The Ballot or the Bullet in Cleveland Ohio. His purpose behind the speech is to encourage African-Americans of the United States to stand up to the unfair treatment that he believes they receive. Throughout the speech, Malcolm X creates an ambition in the audience, encouraging change through the numerous uses of ethos, logos, and pathos. Malcolm X uses his personal experiences to show the audience that he has experienced the same negativity that they do everyday. X suggests everyone should be treated equally; religion, gender and race aside. His audience was made up of a majority of African-Americans, he uses the common ground of wanting to achieve equal treatment to show his audience he is on the same side as them. Through the organization of the speech, it is rhetorically effective. He practices the phrase “The Ballot or the Bullet” which uses repetition, forcing listeners to remember the phrase which later becomes more effective. X begins using ethos by introducing himself, immediately gaining the attention of the audience as well as respect of the audience. X then makes the current problem in the African-American community extremely clear to the audience, this is his use of pathos, where he engages them in his thought process and bringing them in using emotion. The speech uses rhetoric to emotionally and logically
Tony Abbott, the current Prime Minister of Australia, when attending university wrote “I think it would be folly to expect that women will ever dominate or even approach equal
Although Martin Luther King and Malcolm X both provided exceptional leadership during the Civil Rights Movement in the 1960's, both took different paths in fighting for African American rights. The two, separately, were the defining figures of the 1960's black freedom struggle. On one side, you had a comfortable middle-class family southern Baptist: King, who advocated nonviolence learned through the studying of Gandhi juxtaposed with X, advocating social awareness who learned by experiencing injustice in society while studying lessons on Islam and black power. Popular understanding has King on top of the list as the more influential leader during the Civil Rights Movement but is this really the case? Through the study of analyzing each
The context in which a statement is made can change the entire meaning of what was said. This is why many times people will use context as a defense for statements they make that offend or cause some sort of public backlash. The manner in which a person delivers a message and what messages the rhetor chooses to deliver can be a great indication of foundation of that persons value and belief system. There are a number of value systems present in Malcolm X’s “The Ballot or the Bullet” speech that he delivered in the storied election year of 1964. There are many statements made in the ballot or the bullet
The latest weaponry Did you know that in the Elizabethan era, weapons were one of the reason of fashion? In our modern world today, you won’t see anyone walking or strolling in public with a 72 inch rapier and with a 6-12 inch dagger. Well back in the Elizabethan era and in Shakespeare time that was one of the fashion that either knights have or rich kids had. In the Elizabethan era the fashion for the knights are to decorate their rapiers to show their towns people they have money and they have a lot of respect. Should we be allowed to carry a weapon such as a firearm, knife, or a dagger?
In "No Control," a capturing documentary director Jessica Solce points her camera at a contentious open deliberation thundering in America. Solce investigates the cloudy waters of weapon rights, offering a voice to advocate from both sides. "No Control' is about cutting out a minute to tune into all thoughts, thoughts that we could never experience. It's about giving a place to venture outside our prompt condition and thought circles. Every single unlawful weapon was once legitimate, we definitely realize that these firearms are originating from states where they have extremely remiss weapon laws and are descending this iron pipeline and being littered upon these groups that can't manage the cost of the brutality. The American people groups'
In 1964, Malcolm X had created the philosophy of change ¨by any means necessary¨. This philosophy was a foreign concept before but it is now implemented into our lives in the form of Black Lives Matter.people contradict this theory in various ways but it still stands that Malcolm X's ¨by any means necessary¨ is the best options to see change in society. To begin with, Malcolm X's philosophy of “by any means necessary” is the best way to change society because peace did not solve everything. Martin Luther King Jr believed in nonviolence and peace but that never worked out for him.
April 3, 1964 Malcolm X gave one of the most iconic speeches of all time. Malcolm gave this speech at the “Cory Methodist Church” where he spoke out about the politics of voting for African Americans. Malcolm X advised that African Americans should vote, however if prejudice continued and the government continued to prevent blacks from being completely equal that African Americans would have to use more violent tactics. This speech is great for a number of reasons and one of these reasons is Malcolm X’s use of rhetorical devices.
He is also a very sexist man, we learn this in this key quote “First
If one man never steps forward to show all the others that change is possible, nothing will ever change. When you look back at history of the American civil rights movement, Malcolm X and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. are still often two of the first names even someone of today’s society may think of. They were, and still are, some of the most influential men to ever live. As young African-American men living during a time of harsh global, but most importantly, national racism and prejudice; teaching effective techniques to achieve peace and equality to others was extremely difficult for Dr. King and Malcolm X.
1. How different or similar and social Origins Were King and Malcolm? How may their differences in experiences and backgrounds help explain their differences of view?