By Michael Dorstewitz. Just as conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh predicted, the American flag is now under attack, and it’s coming from the radical, race-baiting head of the Nation of Islam, Louis Farrakhan.
And while attacking the flag, Farrakhan denounced the demonstrations of racial unity that followed last week’s murder of nine black worshippers at a church Bible study in Charleston, S.C.
“White folks march with you because they don’t want you upsetting the city, they don’t give a damn about them nine,” he said . . .
He also claimed — without evidence — that police officers praised Dylann Storm Roof, the accused shooter in last week’s mass murder, telling him when they took him to Burger King after arresting him that, “You did a good job. Kill all them [bleep]” . . .
Conservatives took to social media to express their disgust over Farrakhan’s assault on Old Glory. (Read more from “Nation of Islam Leader Screams, ‘Put the AMERICAN Flag Down!’; Social Media SLAMS Back” HERE)
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‘Finish the Mission, Kill the Slave Masters’
By Bob Unruh. The New Black Panther leader whose party at one point offered a $10,000 reward for George Zimmerman, “dead or alive,” before Zimmerman was acquitted of all charges in Trayvon Martin’s death now is rhapsodizing about the possibility of violence against “slave masters” in connection with the murders of nine people at a church in Charleston, South Carolina.
At a rally there on Tuesday, Malik Zulu Shabazz called for the completion of the mission of Denmark Vesey, a slave who strategized to kill slave masters nearly two centuries ago when the church where the nine were murdered was being founded.
Breitbart reported that Shabazz also played a “prominent role in the Baltimore and Ferguson uprisings,” and now heads a group called Black Lawyers for Justice.
It was a “Save the Black Church” rally Tuesday, not far from Mother Emanuel AME Church, the scene of an attack at a prayer meeting allegedly perpetrated by Dylann Roof, now under arrest and facing nine counts of murder, as well as possible hate-crime counts from the federal government.
It was also just one of two recent incidents where black activists made suggestive comments. In fact, the promotion by Louis Farrakhan, a Nation of Islam leader, of his coming “Justice … or else!” event was being called out by another black activist over the threatening nature. (Read more from “‘Finish the Mission, Kill the Slave Masters'” HERE)