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{SPEAKER name="Unidentified Speakers "}
Well, I still donna filter down like uh [[?]]
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{SPEAKER name="Unidentified Speakers "}
Well, it's not coming from the country [[?]]
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{SPEAKER name="Unidentified Speakers "}
You're talking about the stuff that comes from Japan or Germany so when I assume
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{SPEAKER name="Unidentified Speakers "}
And Germany, In fact Germany and Japan send their money out to these underdeveloped African nations
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{SPEAKER name="Unidentified Speakers "}
Well it's just like charity. I mean, if people are starving,
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{SPEAKER name="Unidentified Speakers "}
I don't care where they are if it's in Mississippi or if it's in Mexico or if it's in Africa
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{SPEAKER name="Unidentified Speakers "}
That's an expensive drink that you got
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{SPEAKER name="Unidentified Speakers "}
[[?]] they been traveling all over the South
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{SPEAKER name="Unidentified Speakers "}
It's good moving place to place
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{SPEAKER name="Unidentified Speakers "}
Oh I'll tell you what one thing I think [[?]] a real strong foundation [[?]] once you start running you got to [[?]]. I'll give you an example.
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One thing there's not a negro college and that's something that Durham has. You mobilize people out of a college I mean you I bet the word three people on NCC--
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{SPEAKEE name="unidentified Speakers "}
That is one thing that you lack. Now another thing you lack is [[?]]. Some peoples who's names I can't say at the moment. And I know [[?}} And there is people who are half way supporting it. And there is people that are half holding their jobs. And I will name it, she has done more [[?]]
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{SPEAKEE name="unidentified Speakers "}
it. But she made an effort.
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{SPEAKEE name="unidentified Speakers "}
The question is somebody might have called. Everybody is suspicious. We can't see her.
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{SPEAKEE name="unidentified Speakers "}
Just because of me.
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{SPEAKEE name="unidentified Speakers "}
This is the first time it's ever been in the home town page before. It's been like two weeks. And I've always given the other address.

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{SPEAKEE name="unidentified Speakers "}
I don't know why [?] it's the stupidest thing I ever did


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{SPEAKEE name="unidentified Speakers "}
And this time they played it up and they took the movies that they took of me coming out the theater with the policeman and all this kind of stuff and turns on the TV later and played it up big time.
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{SPEAKEE name="unidentified Speakers "}
I mean [[?]], they figured they had themselves a home grown communist, {laughter} cause those people don't know anything, I mean they have no don't have
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{SPEAKEE name="unidentified Speakers "}
kind of no direct connections whatsoever
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it just becomes Birmingham and end up nearly all the men got skewed
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they have less student version
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they have three pillars previously you know what
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from the first to invading
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[[??]]
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As long as it is not in the token
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i mean people don't know [[?]]
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i'll talk to them about that i'll talk about time
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a lot of them need help
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i don't walk to talk about freedom i don't want to talk more about it
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i'll talk to you about that
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we'll go to the theater to talk about that
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i'm afraid that i'll loose my business
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why don't you
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{SPEAKER name="Unidentified Speakers "}
you should try... [[??]]
i don't think the people would know
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the people don't know that you were there
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[[??]] at the moment
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less than a ...
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they're afraid, for some reason, they're afraid
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thousands and thousands of niggas
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who don't have [[??]]
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first place that any negro knows
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[[giggles]]
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{SPEAKER name="Unidentified Speakers "}
that sticks, that sticks
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got there once in a while

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