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Farrakhan, Nation of Islam, New Black Panthers are New KKK

Louis Farrakhan and his black nationalist nation of islam movement equate to the black KKK.  As divisive and evil as the original KKK was/is, this group and others like them such as the new Black Panthers are no better.  When you take the white racists like David Duke and Sen. Robert “Sheets” Byrd, and the black racists like Farrakhan, Jessie Jackson, and Al Sharpton out of the picture, most blacks and whites get along just fine.  When we treat each other with respect and like we would want to be treated ourselves, it’s amazing how well we can get along despite our differing backgrounds.  It’s largely because of idiots like these race-baiters on both sides of the color divide that the scab of race relations keeps getting picked.  There is indeed racism in America.  But there wouldn’t be nearly as much of it if these clowns would quit agitating people and trying to make every little thing into an issue about race.


Farrakhan predicts ‘white right’ trouble for Obama


CHICAGO — Nation of Islam Minister Louis Farrakhan, boasting his divine stature, (“divine” stature?  Are you kidding me?  How do you figure?) on Sunday predicted trouble ahead for President Barack Obama and urged him to do more to improve the lives of blacks and the downtrodden.

The 76-year-old leader said the “white right” was conspiring to make Obama a one-term president, and pointed to his stalled efforts to introduce health care legislation as proof. He said those opponents and lobbyists were trapping him into a future war with Iran that could lead to mass destruction.

“The word ‘prophet’ is too cheap a word. I am a light in the midst of darkness,” Farrakhan said at the annual convention of the movement that embraces black nationalism. “It ain’t ego, it’s my love for you.”  (I would believe FALSE prophet.  But other than that he’s nothing more than a race-baiting hate monger.)

An estimated 20,000 people attended the heavily guarded Saviours’ Day event at the United Center in Chicago. Followers — men dressed in navy uniforms and women in white skirt suits with matching hijabs — cheered on Farrakhan with shouts of “Allahu Akbar,” Arabic for “God is great.”  (The army of the deceived chanting for their false prophet.)

Farrakhan spent most of the fiery nearly four-hour speech recounting a 1985 vision he had in Mexico. Farrakhan has often described how he believes he was invited aboard an unidentified flying object he calls “the wheel” where he said he heard the late Nation of Islam leader Elijah Muhammad speak to him.  (“Visions” and UFO’s?  Could there be any better example of a crackpot?  Which prescription (or non-prescription drug) was responsible for those “visions?”)

He said that experience led him to inklings about future events, including the United States’ 1986 bombing of Libya.  (It wasn’t his “visions” that led him to knowledge of that event.  Ties to and support for muslim terrorists, perhaps.  But definitely not a “vision.”)

Farrakhan recounted how his divine knowledge has allowed him to recognize countless warning signs over the decades — such as natural disasters such as the earthquake in Chile — and said they indicate impending trouble, including for Obama.  (Let’s entertain the notion for a moment that Mr. Farrakhan were able to foretell the future in some way.  Does that make him “divine?”  I think not.  The Bible speaks of false prophets who work “miracles,” and have “visions” to lead people astray.  The Bible also says that when the REAL savior returns, His sheep will know his voice.  As one of millions of His sheep, I’m pretty sure His voice isn’t coming from the body of Mr. Farrakhan.)

Dressed in ornate creme robes, he addressed the president directly:

“Your people are suffering. You can’t ease their plight, but you can use your bully pulpit. Speak for the poor. Speak for the weak.”

He said helping the Nation of Islam, which has worked to reform black inmates for decades, would also be an answer.  (When he says “reform,” he means “radicalize” and indoctrinate.)

“Put some money on back of us,” he said. “We can reform our people.”  (That would be like funding ACORN.  Both options are rotten.)

Farrakhan has vigorously supported Obama for years and used his presidency as a call to action for blacks. That was even as Obama distanced himself from the group for Farrakhan’s past comments that many considered anti-Semitic.

Supporters say Farrakhan’s words are often taken out of context.  (If Farrakhan’s words were taken IN context, the rest of America would be even more horrified.)

Farrakhan continued his praise of Obama Sunday, and said the nation’s first black president was manipulated into disavowing Farrakhan.  (No.  Obama threw (at least publicly) Farrakhan and Wright under the bus because he knew that associating with them was political suicide.  They are the more visible, vocal face of Obama’s radical black-nationalist, communist being.  Most of the other radicals he associates with tend to lay a little lower.)

He would not say if he and Obama had ever met on the issue.  (Just like Obama and Blago “never” met.  Those pictures of Obama and Blago meeting, repeatedly, aren’t pictures of them meeting.  Forget you ever saw those.)

“They all want to know did I ever meet with him and what did I say or what he say,” Farrakhan said in the speech. “I ain’t going there.”

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