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      Ali's situation is even worse, he knew the truth of the matter and still made that backwards ass comment.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Im The Truth View Post
      Would the same sentiments be said about Muhammad Ali who after defeating George Foreman for the heavyweight title in Zaire, Muhammad Ali returned to the United States where he was asked by a reporter, "Champ, what did you think of Africa?" Ali replied, "Thank God my granddaddy got on that boat." ?

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      Going over this thread, looking to dig up some dirt on Pat Buchanan. I had missed this interesting conversation on Soldier Boy Tell Em. And had missed that quote by Muhammad Ali, as well. Hell, that deserved to be missed. Ali always sed "I'm the greatest, I never said I was the smartest," and that's why he felt more comfortable with the myths fed to him by the NOI rather than the real history and legacy of struggle. That view made the champ stay with the NOI instead of standing beside and supporting his mentor, Malcolm X. Thirty-four years separate Ali from Soldier Boy's statement, yet they both sound like characters straight out of a Ralph Ellison story.
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