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Ali Schools the Media in 1967 on Live TV

FunnyMoney

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Striped of his time at the prime of his career, finally after the Supreme Court in 1970 said the gov't had to let him come back to the place he was born in addition to giving him back the titles they had stolen from him.

Essentially he was allowed to escape service based upon the idea that fighting strange people on the other side of the planet for, or as a business adventure was unjust according to his "religious" beliefs.

I need to check to see what my religion says about that? What if I don't have a religion, can a belief be enough>?
You know, just incase they re-constitutionalize the draft for 70 year olds.

Here Ali schools the media on live tv on their corrupt and constant untrue agenda ...

Way back in 1967, ....some clips after fight's post program...last 30 min of program

 
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Ali calls the media out for being liars.

He did this on Live TV and in 1967.

Ali went from believing in Christianity to the Nation of Islam and then on to Sunni Islam. But he often spoke about God on live TV and often in a general sense, conveying a belief that people of most religions were capable of pursuing a good life and one which seeks an understanding and spiritual relationship.

While it is clear Ali struggled with issues of faith and his own personal life and behavior, it was also clear from his numerous live TV rants that he pursued global transparency and truth. There is additional evidence of this since his days as a teenager.

He understood how the lies, created by the MSM's narrative were possibly the biggest problem in our nation and by extent, the world.

He refused to go to Nam to fight far-away, foreign strangers for the benefit of mostly nobody but death.

In 1970, after the gov't had stripped him of the prime fighting years of his life, much money and status, the supreme court decided in an 8-0 decision, that he had a right to say no to the war, even though he wasn't a rich white with political connections - like our recent and current presidents who when they said no were allowed to carry on their lives as normal.
 
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I saw him live in Florida a couple of times at public events in the 1990s and early 2000s. He was a shell of his former self. He took too many head shots and refused to go down. The promoters kept him upright in the same way Michael Jackson's people kept him going to feed the machine.
 

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Cactus was good for the TV cameras and Howard Cosell but did absolutely nothing positive for the country, nothing

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