Farrakhan: The American System Has to Be Taken Down
Friday in Cleveland, OH at a ‚ÄúJustice Or Else!‚ÄĚ rally for ‚Äú10.10.15,‚ÄĚ the 20th anniversary of The Million Man March gathering being held in Washington, D.C. on October 10, 2015, Louis Farrakhan said for real racial justice to occur the way God intended the whole American system ‚Äúhas to be taken down‚ÄĚ as evidenced by President Barack Obama being elected and still not being able to change anything.
Farrakhan discussed the case in Cleveland on November 29, 2012 after a 25-minute high speed car chase, 13 police officers fired 137 rounds into the car killing Melissa Williams and the driver Timothy Russell.
Farrakhan said, ‚ÄúNo man has the right to take your life and then deny you due process for the address of your grievances. I watched that judge with Melissa Williams Mr. Russell. Shot at a vehicle a 137 times. That‚Äôs a hell of a lot of shooting. Now these people are supposed to be marksmen. Any of...
Hi Sony, thanks for your comments. I would say that most here recognize that racism is alive and well on planet earth, whether that be blacks against whites, whites against blacks, or whoever/whatever. I really don't understand racism and probably never will. I see the black community with Farrakhan, Jackson, Sharpton, the black panthers, various rappers, and black churches who won't allow whites through their doors, keeping the racial divide wide open, while at the same time, screaming racism. Hippocrisy. Aside from the mostly silent KKK, whites just sit back and take it while listening to people spew their hatred and incite violence, while if whites were spewing the same hatefilled venom, black people would cry foul and scream racism, yet these black leaders are just allowed to say whatever they want against whites, inciting the ignorant to hate and murder. Yes, there are white people who are racist...they're ignorant and disgusting and sometimes use their positions unjustly. They should be dealt with harshly, but when it comes to thugs getting shot, they are usually found to be the aggressors. When a white man gets shot by a black cop, no whites scream racism because they know he got what he asked for by attacking, etc, but when it's the other way around, it's racism.
I am a Christian and God created me Black. The decision was his.
That's the perspective I'm coming from.
Of course, I am not for violence. Of course, I don't support the violent rethoric. Too often, I see that my non-Black brothers and sisters in the faith don't acknowledge the fact that there was, there is still racial injustice, racism in society and even in some local churches and even in their own hearts.
God made me Black. He could have made you, a Caucasian, Black.
A lot of times, I must say, the Black folks that are treated unfairly don't have good reputation, which doesn't help their case. But we must be wise and understand that they have a case too.
Farrakhan should be locked up in the darkest, deepest, and most secluded jail in America and the key thrown away ‚Äď ‚Äď this man has incited violence here in America for long enough and it's time to shut that boy down