Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Farrakhan: We Must Rise Up and Kill Those Who Kill Us; Stalk Them and Kill Them

Via Billy

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Last week in Miami at Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Nation of Islam head Louis Farrakhan said he was looking for “10,000 fearless men” to “rise up and kill those who kill us; stalk them and kill them and let them feel the pain of death that we are feeling!”

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18 comments:

  1. This is an attempt to start Mr. Obama's Race War.

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  2. How I wish that nigga would stalk me, they'd never find his body....

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  3. Is this the same mulatto, Samuel Lynch, from Birth of a Nation? I get confused between this one and the one in the white house....

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  4. WHATEVER HAPPENED TO THE LAW AGAINST MAKING TERRORISTIC THREATS ? OR IS THAT JUST A "WHITE MANS" LAW ?

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    1. IS THAT JUST A "WHITE MANS" LAW ?

      Of course, didn't you get the bulletin...........? :)

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  5. well, Louis, 9 times out of 10, it's another black person killing a black person - so obviously, you are getting your wish.

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    1. Good one! :) Will you be able to make the PATCON this time?

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  6. My heart breaks to tell you that I can't come - my daughter and her family will be coming to Michigan Sep20-Oct15. I am so disappointed about the timing. ;(

    On a happy note (I hope), my 50th high school reunion is this weekend, and I decided to go. That's going to be really weird.

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    1. That's going to be really weird.

      Oh no, you'll dance the night away! :)

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  7. Huh! I shall let you know if that miracle happens ;)

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  8. Church ain't what it use to be. Oh, that's right this is a black church. Seventy-
    five percent politics and twenty-five percent partying. FarraClown has pretty
    much lost his following. Actually, he is sort of humorous, like he is calling for
    the revisiting of the Zebra Killings.

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    1. So sad, but I'm sure we still have at least some Southern black churches that keep politics out of it.

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  9. I am sure there are too. I worked with a black nurse whose husband was a Pastor
    in a black church and she was sincerely with the Lord. She tried to do goodness
    in all things. I always enjoyed it when I got to work with her.

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    1. Thank you and yes we cannot forget those who we love regardless of color

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