Do the right thing

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    In the movie Do The Right Thing, mainly used and be problem are thinking of Malcolm X.  The point at issue of Malcolm's thinking is "Don't oppress if you are strong.  But if you are oppressed by the power, you may fight the power. It is self-defense."  This 'may' is subtlety.  He only said  " I am not against."  But what not against at violence of self-defense is never in gear of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s thinking.  Because Jr. said  "violence must not use."  Accordingly, Malcolm said 'not against' but to put it the other way around, he is 'agree.'  And Malcolm's thinking can found many scene of the movie.
        For example, Bito of pizza shop was oppressed to power of his big brother Pino.  He was at brother's beck and call.  `````
    Mookie saw the Bito, and said to Bito, "If you gave him one punch, he changed his attitude."
       Can it self-defense of Bito, if Bito punched Pino?  Can Bito bring an end to that situation?
       For example, even if Radio Raheem was not strike the blow as a practical, He played a stereo at top volume, turning the volume up not to lose his meeting young men's sound who met in the street. Is it self-assertion and self-defense of his will― can't sacrifice and give way to own road?
       And for example, Sal and Radio Raheem's offensive and defensive
    battle.  A man who shouted against Sal decorate a room with pictures of black men, and Radio Raheem who were said 'no music' are what their own principle was insulted.
       They went and complain to Sal's shop like legitimate self-defense, and Sal take their action as interference with my business,

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    In the movie Do The Right Thing, mainly used and be problem are thinking of Malcolm X. The point at issue of Malcolm's thinking is "Don't oppress if you are strong. But if you are oppressed by the power, you may fight the power. It is self-defense." This 'may' is subtlety. He only said " I am not against." But what not against at violence of self-defense is never in gear of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s thinking. Because Jr. said "violence must not use." Accordingly, Malcolm said 'not against' but t..

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