By John W Lillpop
While the Obama administration, the Democrat Party, and the mainstream media conspire to effectively eradicate Southern culture and history by deeming the Confederate Flag a continuing symbol of hatred and racism, Nation of Islam lunatic Louis Farrakhan is openly calling for “retaliation” and killings.
As reported at the reference:
A chilling example of the double standard applied by the Obama Justice Department to hate speech was on display when Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan called on his followers to “rise up” and “kill those who kill us” if the federal government fails to “intercede in our affairs.”
His speech was delivered in Miami before an enthusiastic crowd, many of whom stood up and applauded when he suggested “retaliation” against whites.
This, from his Facebook page:
Retaliation! If 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 our pain.
Farrakhan is planning another “Million Man March” for October. In connection with that event, he has created a social media campaign with the charming hashtag #JusticeOrElse
The radical Muslim is calling for 10,000 men “among the million” who are willing to die in order to carry out this “retaliation.”
Meanwhile, from Martha’s Vineyard, the media is occupied with the latest news about Barack Obama’s battles on the golf links, and offers no word from The One about Louis Farrakhan and his seditious hate speech!
How to explain strange Obama’s silence on such inflammatory, violent language, particularly at a time when the entire nation is, or seems to be, on the cusp of race riots and civil war?
Why not some soothing reassurances from The One that peace and civility will be maintained and that domestic terrorist threats from the likes of Louis Farrakhan will be dealt with fairly, but decisively, by the federal government?
What could be holding Obama back?
Could The One be reluctant to speak out against a “brother” of the black race AND fellow Muslim?