He still wanted to end the racial segregation, but he never wanted coexistent afterwards. His philosophy was that the western culture was racist and the Negros needed to form Black Nationalism. In his ideal nation, the Negros would unite and develop self-dependence away from the white because in the global scale, they were a majority, not ... ... middle of paper ... ... achievements. Obama may have not created any drastic changes yet, but he has captured the attention of the world and we are all waiting to see what he will bring out. Throughout history, some individuals have stepped up against the wrongs of society and brought about change through distinctive methods.
This can be used as another excuse for the whites to hate African Americans and be ten times as violent back. Malcolm X says that the African Americans should stand up and fight for their rights, as opposed to take Martin Luther King Jr.'s route of non-violent protests. He says that the government has failed the African Americans and that nobody is going to help the African Americans but themselves, and that's why they need to take actions into their own hands. (Doc. B) However, this can backfire.
Thus, Malcolm X was sincere in rejecting nonviolence, but it was X's audience who made his message appear to be violent. Violence and discrimination were first introduced at a ve... ... middle of paper ... ...ets his early experience of racism in the context of American history and society. He begins to see black people in general, rather than just himself, as victims of racism. Malcolm X rejected nonviolence as a principle, but he sought cooperation with other civil rights activists who favored aggressive nonviolent protests. He preached to react when necessary, but his message was unfortunately misinterpreted and therefore all accusations were aimed at Malcolm X and his "violent, radical practices (Zinn 467)."
Soon one night, he robbed the house, but was ca... ... middle of paper ... ...e didn't believe the peaceful protests worked. Malcolm believed that violence was the only way through which change would take place. Finally, Malcolm disagreed with Mr. King in the fact that Malcolm wanted to segregate blacks and whites and create a separate place for the blacks to live in while Mr. King wanted to end segregation and have blacks and whites live peacefully. My opinions toward Malcolm X's beliefs are that I disagree with most of what he said. I believe that what he taught was teaching hatred.