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MR.X`

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#1 13 years ago

And to think this man represents a rather large group of people in the United States... Some quotes of his:

"The Jews don't like Farrakhan, so they call me Hitler. Well, that's a good name. Hitler was a very great man.."

"It appears that there is a genocidal plan against Black people."

"They call them terrorists, I call them freedom fighters."

This guy is going out into some of the most poverty ridden areas of the urban United States, making statements like these to anyone who will listen, and apparently many do. Anyone wish to explain to me why this guy isn't being tarred and featherd like this so called ex-Education Czar?




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#2 13 years ago

Let me guess, an anti-war protestor right? The anti-war movement is full of anti-semites, did you hear about all those Neo-Nazis that supported Cindy Sheehan? :lol:




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#3 13 years ago

Jesus, we've got (another) Neo-nazi rampaging through the US. What's next...?




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#4 13 years ago

Well, kinda. He is a spokesman for the Nation of Islam, or black muslims. Like Malcom-X, but instead of just hating the US, he likes the people who want to blow us up.

Farrakhan.jpg ~Sure I like my country, this much!




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#5 13 years ago

I really don't think that any colored people with any common sense (or anyone really) takes much creedence it what that idiot has to say. He's good for some oddball soundclips, and that's about it.

Usually, with these activists (or whatever he is), you could say that where there's smoke, there's fire. With Farrakhan, there's definately smoke, it's just that he's blowing it up your a$$! ;)




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#6 13 years ago

really don't know anything about this guy.hmm...




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#7 13 years ago

The Nation of Islam isn't really Islam. It is a perversion of Islam, more towards that of Black Supremecy. They don't read the Koran/Qur'an, they read out of the Bible and some writings by their founder. They don't follow a Mullah, they follow a Minister. Thye don't preach understanding like Islam does, they pretty much don't like white people.

The Nation of Islam always says bad things like that, but he doesn't represent many African-Americans, and I doubt that many would say that they represent him. Hence the fact that there aren't too many followers.




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#8 13 years ago
USMA2010 This guy is going out into some of the most poverty ridden areas of the urban United States, making statements like these to anyone who will listen, and apparently many do. Anyone wish to explain to me why this guy isn't being tarred and featherd like this so called ex-Education Czar?

Freedom of speech. This guy sounds like a real hateful asshole, but he is and should be allowed to express his views, no matter how uninformed they are.




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#9 13 years ago
GDICommandoThe Nation of Islam isn't really Islam. It is a perversion of Islam, more towards that of Black Supremecy. They don't read the Koran/Qur'an, they read out of the Bible and some writings by their founder. They don't follow a Mullah, they follow a Minister. Thye don't preach understanding like Islam does, they pretty much don't like white people. The Nation of Islam always says bad things like that, but he doesn't represent many African-Americans, and I doubt that many would say that they represent him. Hence the fact that there aren't too many followers.

You forgot to mention the UFOs and the white people being created by a mad scientist on an island.

Edit: No i didn't make those parts up.




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#10 13 years ago
WarHawk109Let me guess, an anti-war protestor right? The anti-war movement is full of anti-semites, did you hear about all those Neo-Nazis that supported Cindy Sheehan? :lol:

I know some anti-war protestors are just attention whores (Cindy Sheehan, Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson), however others are just out there to get these issues off their chest. :uhm: