“If the federal government will not intercede in our affairs, then we must rise up and kill those who kill us. Stalk them and kill them. Let them feel the pain of death that we are feeling.” – Louis Farrakhan speech at Mt. Zion Baptist Church in Miami on July 30, 2015
Louis Farrakhan made terror threats against white Americans in his recent speech at a Baptist church in Miami, and the silence from Barack Obama, Attorney General Loretta Lynch, the media and most conspicuously – black Americans – is deafening.
Farrakhan did not make this speech in a mosque. He made it in a Christian church. And the congregation cheered his chilling threats of death against white Americans as if Jesus Christ had come down from heaven.
The Nation of Islam is hosting the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March, with its chilling “Justice or Else” theme, on Oct. 10 in Washington, D.C.
“I’m looking for the 10,000, in the midst of a million. Ten thousand fearless men who say, ‘Death is sweeter than continued life under tyranny. Death is sweeter than to continue to live and bury our children while white folks give the killer hamburgers. [Charleston church massacre suspect Dylann Roof was fed by police while in custody.] Death is sweeter than watching us slaughter each other to the joy of a 400-year-old enemy [white people].'”
Black people are not living under the tyranny of white people. They’ve brought this tyranny upon themselves through their own blame and hatred.
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Farrakhan gave a congregation of angry blacks license to kill white cops and other white people. This is pure evil. And it could start a race war, which I have no doubt is his intention.
Whites are not killing blacks in large numbers. In fact, the opposite is true. Blacks are robbing, raping and killing whites at alarming rates. And black-on-black crime is higher than ever in cities like Baltimore, New York City and Chicago.
Farrakhan knows who is really doing the killing. So does Obama and his racist attorney general. So do the media, who routinely magnify instances of white-on-black violence, while masking much more common black-on-white violence.
The average black person will tell you that Farrakhan is on the fringe – that he doesn’t represent the mainstream black community. Yet they harbor the same hatred toward white people that he does. This is the real reason they will not speak out against him.
In a sane, just world, Farrakhan would be arrested immediately for making terrorist threats. Yet if he were white – God help him! The “Justice” Department would arrest him so fast, his head would spin. The media would cheer his arrest, and so would the average black American.
Farrakhan is no stranger to making dangerous threats. He said
Malcolm X was “worthy of death” for criticizing Nation of Islam leader Elijah Muhammad. Malcolm X was murdered two months later by men associated with the N.O.I.
On Nov. 22 of last year, Farrakhan threatened retaliation for the death of Michael Brown. He told an audience at Morgan State University, a black college in Baltimore, “As long as they [whites] kill us [blacks] and go to Wendy’s and have a burger and go to sleep, they’ll keep killing us. But when we die and they die, then soon we’re going to sit at a table and talk about it! We’re tired! We want some of this earth or we’ll tear this goddamn country up!”
When I first came to Los Angeles at the age of 18, I would go to see Farrakhan speak. I was an angry young man, and the way he blamed whites for all of my problems was music to my ears. In my altered state of mind, I would have killed for him. I know what it’s like to be like the masses of blacks he manipulates with his lies. These damaged people have no connection to a good father and mother. They are unstable in heart and mind, and thus easy pickings for a racist demagogue like Farrakhan.
It’s long overdue for the black church to take a good, honest look at itself. I’ve said for years that most black preachers are not called by God, but by their mammas. (“Boy, you’re gonna be a preacher one day!”) They may not be as bold as Farrakhan in their preaching, but I assure you they agree with him in their hearts.
And the average black person sitting in the congregation – no matter how much they jump and shout – is holding anger toward their parents, which deceivers like Farrakhan have redirected toward whites.
Coming out of denial is the first step toward recovery. Calling for the arrest of Louis Farrakhan for his evil threats against whites would be a good first step for black Americans.
See Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson’s latest video, “Farrakhan Calls On Blacks to ‘Rise Up and Kill’ Whites.”
Also, see Colin Flaherty’s latest videos on the explosion of black-on-white violence.