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Thursday, April 29, 2021

Black Supremacy

The hate that dare not speak its name. 

Wed Apr 28, 2021 David Horowitz and John Perazzo 7 comments

When a white police officer in Ohio shot and killed Ma’Khia Bryant, stopping her from plunging a butcher knife into the chest of an unarmed black teenager, the racial melodrama that is destroying the very fabric of American society reached what the “woke” refer to as an “inflection point.” At that moment, the narrative of the national lynch mob – verdict first, due process be damned – collided with an impossible reality: a white cop saving the life of a black child. Unable to resolve this dilemma, the woke mob simply refused to see it.

It was left to Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors to formulate their denial bluntly:

The verdict of George Floyd’s murder was a victory in accountability but not a victory towards abolition [of the police]. While we watched Derek Chauvin be convicted for murder, a Black child named Ma’Khia Bryant was murdered by police, proving there is no justice.

Patrisse Cullors is a racist whose sociopathic premise is: all cops are guilty and all black criminals are innocent. This is also the premise and rationale of all the riots and protests of the year just passed: White cops are racists, and blacks their innocent targets, even if they happen to be armed criminals resisting arrest. Through these ideological blinders, the Ohio event - a white cop rescuing an unarmed black teen about to be murdered by a knife-wielding black teen – was simply impossible. The fact that the knife-wielding black teen was shouting “I’m going to stab the fuck out of you, bitch” as she thrust a butcher knife towards her intended victims chest was just inconceivable. If white cops protected black victims from black criminals, the goal of abolishing the police could not be justified...........

In a sermon delivered in 2011, Farrakhan said: “There is no human being on earth that has murdered more living things than the Caucasian. He is a murderer and a liar.” “White folks … cannot be reformed [because] you cannot reform a devil…. You have to kill the devil.” In a sermon delivered in July 2015 Farrakhan said:

I’m looking for 10,000 … fearless men who say death is sweeter than continued life under [white] tyranny…. [I]f the federal government won’t intercede in our affairs, then we must 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!

Despite – or maybe because of – these views, Farrakhan is arguably one of the most influential black voices in politics today. One of his disciples is Al Sharpton, the MSNBC host, racial arsonist, and principal eulogist at the black martyr George Floyd’s memorial. In a notable speech in 1994 at Kean College, Sharpton boasted,.................To Read More....

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