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by any means necessary

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albert johnson

on 30 May 2017

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violence can be the answer
Heroes like Malcolm x have taught us valuable lessons throughout history and the most important lesson that we learned from Malcolm came from his speech 'by any means necessary. The name comes from a statement within the speech and it urges people to fight for their rights and what they believe in by using any means necessary even if it involves violence.
lessons throught history
Prior to wwII england and their allies tried to appease germany by doing nothing in retaliation to their mistreatment of jews and the treat of invasion they posed to surrounding countries. Due to this passive approach poland was invaded and many people were slaughtered. if the allies had acted earlier instead of trying to avoid violence many lives would have been saved.
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