Muhammad Ali

Just like the rest of us, the late Muhammad Ali had good traits and bad traits. I think white people have a lot to learn from him. Here’s an interview with him I’ve posted in the past. I never grow tired of watching it:

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6 Responses to Muhammad Ali

  1. Lon Spector says:

    He was an egomannaic who “found the Greatest Love Of All.”
    (As the title song of his film biography said.)
    All things considered, his showmenship out shone his resentment and bitterness, so
    he was more an asset then a liability. He didn’t completely divorce himself from white
    people as his manager was white and like Malcom X, he displayed an ability for growth.

  2. conrad220 says:

    What on Gods green earth could white people possibly learn from a cowardly coon? He ” converted” to islam out of fear and cowardice. Guess that is appropriate, he converted into a cowardly religion. He feared going to Viet Nam so he became a muslim. And muslims are cowards and full of hatred , the most bloody violent religion on the planet. They do , as the Vietnamese did, strap bombs on their women and children and send them out to blow up Christians.

  3. I agree with Muhammad Ali.

  4. Robert Marchenoir says:

    In retrospect, it’s fun listening to the BBC interviewer spewing out what was not yet, in 1971, called politically correct nonsense. At that time, it was just received wisdom. Alas, on this at least, Cassius Clay was right.

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  6. Cecil Henry says:

    Ali’s funeral was a shocking hi jacking of the man for a SJW narrative and agenda by Jews and blacks.

    The unabashed Jewish activism in the funeral was crass and truly cringe worthy to people with taste.
    Whatever you thought of the man, his funeral was not the place for this.

    Race is real. And an important part of who people are. Including White people.
    Ali was in fact a race realist. Being so is not evil, but in fact moral.

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