Longevity Has It’s Place

More clips of Dr. King Documentary: FBI/Cointelpro War on Black America

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25 Responses to “Longevity Has It’s Place”

  1. e-dubbs Says:

    ah yeah.. isiah thomas for president

  2. ProbleMatic aka Furiou$tylez...So Chicago Says:

    the white man is/was/always will be…..


  3. B.Payton Says:

    ^^^ thats a little harsh. Some are fucked up and some are good. The same with any other race.

  4. Tijuana Felix Says:

    the eve of his assasination part is crazy like he knew what was about to happen

  5. E From BK Says:

    What’s ill about this dude is that he was “realer” than any of these so called gangsta cats. Not just talking about in Hip Hop, but just talking period. This guy put his life on the line for people he did not know personally, but that he loved in spite of. Yeah, “beef” can entertaining, but at the end of the day it pales in comparison to what is really important in life.

  6. miss shai Says:

    good look, and srry but i think its cointelpro

  7. $***M-ROC***$ Says:

    malcolm X – a true revolutionary, striving against the status quo.

    MLK – making social change from within the system.

    which is more effective?

  8. eskay Says:

    >>good look, and srry but i think its cointelpro

    thanks. copy and paste.

  9. nation Says:

    smh @ eskay

    at least you didn’t blame me

  10. Real.Talk. 8x Platinum Says:

    i love king, but i always felt that ‘by any means necessary’ sheeet malc was on.

  11. Bol Says:

    Get rid of the apostrophe in its.

  12. Bol Says:

    Er, nevermind.

  13. killa jones Says:

    the greatest speech of all time is the “I HAVE A DREAM” speech

    it beats the abe and jfk speech(he didn’t write it)

    they the FBI(J edger hoover) had phone convo and pics of him cheating on his wife and they never realeased the info cuz of some privacy law and it won’t be realeased until 2025, hope is not true

    but if it is no man is perfect and he shall aways be the greatest

    and u don’t got to be black to know that

  14. Ricky dough Says:

    See Martin, see Malcolm
    You see Biggie, see Pac, see success and its outcome
    See Jesus, see Judas
    See Ceasar, see Brutus
    See success is like suicide
    Suicide, it’s a suicide
    If you succeed prepare to be crucified-mmh

  15. Ricky dough Says:

    truer words were never spoken

  16. Game Over Says:

    killa jones, you need to hear some more MLK speeches. particularly, you need to peep the ‘beyond vietnam’ speech, link below:


    he made that speech 4/4/67, a year to the day he was assassinated and many theorists speculate that king’s decision to come out against vietnam was one of the top reasons he got murdered…he was the most prominent leader up till then to join the peace movement…there was serious fear that he would bring the same organized effort to the peace movement that he brought to human/civil rights…

  17. Game Over Says:

    a key quote from MLK’s ‘beyond vietnam’ speech that relates DIRECTLY to the mess we’re in over in iraq:

    “True compassion is more than flinging a coin to a beggar; it is not haphazard and superficial. It comes to see that an edifice which produces beggars needs restructuring. A true revolution of values will soon look uneasily on the glaring contrast of poverty and wealth. With righteous indignation, it will look across the seas and see individual capitalists of the West investing huge sums of money in Asia, Africa and South America, only to take the profits out with no concern for the social betterment of the countries, and say: “This is not just.” It will look at our alliance with the landed gentry of Latin America and say: “This is not just.” The Western arrogance of feeling that it has everything to teach others and nothing to learn from them is not just. A true revolution of values will lay hands on the world order and say of war: “This way of settling differences is not just.” This business of burning human beings with napalm, of filling our nation’s homes with orphans and widows, of injecting poisonous drugs of hate into veins of people normally humane, of sending men home from dark and bloody battlefields physically handicapped and psychologically deranged, cannot be reconciled with wisdom, justice and love. A nation that continues year after year to spend more money on military defense than on programs of social uplift is approaching spiritual death.”

  18. Truseek Says:

    ProbleMatic aka Furiou$tylez…So Chicago obviously has not done his homework. I used to think that all white men were the devil, so did Malcolm X……until we did our homework.

    The devils are the elite freemasons of the world. And there’s alot more to that but I won’t bother elaborating here. Just do your damn homework on the subject. You will be shocked at what you can find out.

  19. Small Eyez Says:

    fresh off the pisses.

    new rkelly


  20. LL(not the rappa) Says:

    @ game over..that was nice….thanx for posting this es……..on another note…i need a song *KLO/CALI,whoeva*….Bob Marley remake- lauryn hill did it ova called Turn Your Lights Down Low……a post here would be nice, if not…. swsnbn@gmail.com..thanx.

  21. $***M-ROC***$ Says:

    “i love king, but i always felt that ‘by any means necessary’ sheeet malc was on.”

    good looks. same here.

  22. dp Says:

    “Marchers commemorating King Day in Troy, Ohio, were heckled by a group of seven neo-Nazi protesters shouting white power slogans and carrying signs, police said. There were no arrests” cnn.com

    Racism is far from being abolish king took it one step now you need to take the next, and fuck the police

  23. firstlady914 Says:





  24. Yianni from Chicago Says:

    why isn’t there more comments about this post? 23 is it?

  25. $***M-ROC***$ Says:

    co-sign. it’s disappointing how things like social justice and revolution get ignored, in favour of the latest lil’ jon release. pretty pathetic.

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