Guess Who Supports Malcolm X & Bullets?

Guess Who Supports Malcolm X & Bullets?

Deborah Jacobs as Director for the Office of Law Enforcement Oversight of King County Washington was given an award by the

  • It’s got to be the ballot or the bullet. The ballot or the bullet. If you’re afraid to use an expression like that, you should get back in the cotton patch, you should get back in the alley.
    Malcolm X

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“Put your sword back in its place,” Jesus said to him, “for all who draw the sword will die by the sword. (Matthew 26:52)

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Deborah Jacobs Received An Award From The
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Hint: Someone King County just appointed to oversee justice for the select few chosen down at the King County Courthouse.

Post Part 1: Deborah Jacobs King County Committee

King County Council, Seattle, Washington
Councilmembers (from left) Kathy Lambert (District 3), Dave Upthegrove (District 5), Larry Gossett (District 2), Council Vice Chair Rod Dembowski (District 1), Council Chair Joe McDermott (District 8), Claudia Balducci (District 6), Pete von Reichbauer (District 7), Jeanne Kohl-Welles (District 4), and Council Vice Chair Reagan Dunn (District 9).


Article Reference

(—Whiimage_aspxle Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., was teaching blacks to fight racism with love, Malcolm X was telling blacks to understand their exploitation, to fight back when attacked, and to seize self-determination “by any means necessary.” Malcolm spoke publicly of his lack of respect for King, who would, through a white man’s religion, tell blacks to not fight back.