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  • Minister Louis Farrakhan Blames 9/11 Attacks on 'Zionist Jews'

    03/07/2015 7:05:23 PM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 35 replies
    The Jewish Daily Forward ^ | March 7, 2015 | The Jewish Telegraphic Agency
    The Anti-Defamation League condemned Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan as the “leading anti-Semite in America” after a speech in which he blamed “Israelis and Zionist Jews” for the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. “At a time when anti-Semitic attitudes are at historic lows, Farrakhan’s unabashed promotion of anti-Semitism is a throwback to the intolerance of another era,” ADL National Director Abraham Foxman said in a statement issued Thursday. Farrakhan, who has a long history of anti-Semitic remarks, delivered his speech Sunday in Chicago as part of his Saviors Day 2015 sermon. “It is now becoming apparent that there...
  • Malikah Shabazz, daughter of Malcolm X, found dead in apartment

    11/22/2021 9:23:32 PM PST · by yesthatjallen · 39 replies
    The Grio via Yahoo ^ | 11 22 2021 | Staff
    Malikah Shabazz, the daughter of civil rights leader Malcolm X, was found dead in her Brooklyn, New York apartment on Monday, reports ABC News. She was 56. Police confirmed with the news outlet that Shabazz’s body was found inside her residence just before 5 p.m. ET. Her death is not considered to be suspicious and a cause of death has not yet been determined, according to the reports. Malikah Shabazz and her twin sister, Malaak, were born just months after their famed father was assassinated in 1965. Malcolm and his wife, Betty Shabazz, had four other daughters. The news of...
  • Two men convicted in 1965 Malcolm X assassination set to be exonerated

    11/17/2021 3:05:37 PM PST · by Kid Shelleen · 19 replies
    NY Post ^ | 11/17/2021 | Tamar Lapin
    Two men convicted in the assassination of Malcolm X are set to be exonerated after more than 55 years, the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office said Wednesday. Muhammad Aziz, 83, and the late Khalil Islam — who spent decades in prison for the crime — will have their convictions tossed on Thursday, following a nearly two-year investigation into the 1965 killing of the civil rights leader. The DA’s office began reviewing the case in February 2020, in the wake of the Netflix documentary series “Who Killed Malcolm X?” — which followed historian Abdur-Rahman Muhammad’s quest for answers about the notorious murde
  • Lies The FBI Tell Us

    04/04/2021 9:01:58 AM PDT · by Sean_Anthony · 12 replies
    Canada Free Press ^ | 04/04/21 | Judi McLeod
    Some lies are much more hurtful and wicked than others, former FBI director Andrew McCabe Some could already see it coming, yesterday’s US Capitol attack, tied to the orchestrated Jan. 6 ‘insurrection’. Dead giveaway? Friday’s incident comes less than three months after the Democrat-labelled Jan. 6 “insurrection”. First out of the liars’ starting gate was Former FBI Director Andrew McCabe:
  • Malcolm X’s boyhood home in Boston gets historic designation

    03/04/2021 11:23:42 AM PST · by Olog-hai · 12 replies
    Dissociated Press ^ | March 4, 2021 | Philip Marcelo
    Malcolm X’s boyhood home in Boston was added to the National Register of Historic Places. The 2½-story house is the only surviving residence associated with the slain civil rights leader’s formative years in the city, according to Massachusetts Secretary of State William Galvin, who chairs the state historical commission that requested the designation. The home, which was originally built in 1874 and designated a city landmark in 1998, was officially listed on the federal register last month, the National Park Service that oversees the listing said this week. The former Malcolm Little was a teenager in the 1940s when he...
  • Daughter of NYPD cop says letter implicating police in Malcolm X’s death is fake

    02/26/2021 6:39:42 PM PST · by nickcarraway · 12 replies
    New York Post ^ | February 26, 2021 | Jesse O’Neill
    The daughter of a deceased city police officer claims a letter said to be written by her father — stating the NYPD and FBI were behind the assassination of Malcolm X — is a fraud. Daughters of the civil rights leader teamed up with Reggie Wood, the cousin of former undercover NYPD officer Raymond Wood, last weekend at the scene of the Harlem murder to make the letter public. Kelly Wood debunked its authenticity in an interview with NY1 on Friday. In the letter, Raymond Wood allegedly wrote that NYPD supervisors pressured him into luring two members of Malcolm X’s...
  • Malcolm X met the Klan to discuss a separate black state

    10/12/2020 5:43:58 PM PDT · by Ennis85 · 52 replies
    The Times UK ^ | 12th October 2020 | Mark Bridge
    A previously unpublished interview with a Nation of Islam minister has revealed a detailed account of a secret two-hour meeting involving Malcolm X and the Ku Klux Klan that discussed an extraordinary unholy alliance. The conversation on January 28, 1961, detailed in a forthcoming biography of Jeremiah Shabazz, reveals how, on behalf of Nation of Islam leader Elijah Muhammad, Malcolm X and a fellow minister sought the white supremacist terrorist group’s help in acquiring a “separate state” for black Americans opposed to integration. According to Malcolm X’s fellow minister, the Klansmen offered Nation members the right to wear “purple robes”...

    09/17/2020 11:32:36 AM PDT · by Hojczyk · 6 replies
    Powerline ^ | SEPTEMBER 17, 2020 | BY PAUL MIRENGOFF
    Stanley Crouch died yesterday at the age of 74. Crouch is best known as a great jazz critic. His biography of Charlie Parker is a classic. But Crouch was also a literary critic and a critic of our culture. Here are some gems from his criticism: On rap: It is “either infantile self-celebration or anarchic glamorization of criminal behavior.” On Toni Morrison: She has a certain skill, but she has no serious artistic vision or real artistic integrity. “Beloved” was a fraud. It gave a fake vision of the slave trade, it didn’t deal with the complicity of Africans, and...
  • Al Sharpton Echoes Malcolm X, Condemns “Latte Liberals”

    09/09/2020 5:00:02 AM PDT · by EyesOfTX · 4 replies
    DB Daily Update ^ | David Blackmon
    Don’t faint: Al Sharpton is actually right about something. – I’m not kidding. The old race-bating grifter actually uttered some true words on MSNBC’s Morning Joe Tuesday morning. From a story at the New York Post: The Rev. Al Sharpton on Tuesday slammed the nationwide call to defund the police as a “latte liberal” ideology. Sharpton made the comments on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” during a discussion about policing and a recent spate of violence in the Big Apple. “To take all policing off is something that I think a latte liberal may go for as they sit around the Hamptons...
  • Race Politics: LBJ's BIG SWITCH from INTIMIDATION to ENTITLEMENT to control minority voters

    08/02/2020 3:42:50 PM PDT · by Perseverando · 14 replies
    American Minute ^ | July 28, 2020 | Bill Federer
    In 1857, the Supreme Court, with 7 of the 9 Justices being Democrat, decided that Dred Scott was not a citizen, but property. Chief Justice Roger Taney was appointed by the first Democrat President, Andrew Jackson. Taney wrote in his Dred Scott decision that slaves were "so far inferior ... that the Negro might justly and lawfully be reduced to slavery for their own benefit." Abraham Lincoln rejected this. He did not believe in "stare decisis" - that he had to honor the precedent of the Dred Scott decision, stating June 28, 1857: "We think the Dred Scott decision is...
  • Malcolm X Must Fall: Hundreds of Streets, Schools Named After Black Ally of the KKK

    06/23/2020 12:39:07 PM PDT · by hout8475 · 40 replies
    FrontPageMag ^ | June 23, 2020 | Daniel Greenfield
    Boston and Dallas have one each. New York City has not one, but two Malcolm X boulevards, along with a playground. Washington D.C. has Malcolm X Avenue. The Los Angeles City Council renamed the intersection near the Bilal Islamic Center, Malcolm X Way. These are a few of the hundreds of streets, schools, and assorted other civic infrastructure named after the black supremacist leader who worked together with the KKK and the American Nazi Party.
  • "Democrats Are Playing You For A Political Chump" MALCOLM X

    06/10/2020 8:34:27 AM PDT · by bitt · 7 replies
    youtube ^ | 11/16/2019 | Dowop Robinson
    Democrats Are Playing You For a Political Chump and if you vote for them not only are you a chump you're a traitor to your race
  • Do all black lives matter? Top 10 reasons I'll never support the #blacklivesmatter movement

    06/07/2020 8:52:27 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 37 replies
    Christian Post ^ | 06/07/2020 | Ryan Bomberger
    Every life unjustly killed deserves justice. In the cause to make things right, I will not join a movement that has nearly everything wrong. More innocent lives have now been killed (#BlueLivesMatter, too) since these predominantly violent protests began over George Floyd’s horrific death. What about the black lives killed in this nationwide chaos? Do they matter?“Well, you don’t have to agree with everything. Just pick out the good things in the #BlackLivesMatter movement,” I’m told. Really? Let’s apply that same logic to another example. I’ve been repeatedly approached to partner with New Black Panthers in anti-abortion billboard campaigns. We...
  • Booker says ‘shame’ on Trump for clearing protesters so he can brandish Bible outside church

    06/02/2020 11:48:26 PM PDT · by L.A.Justice · 25 replies
    NJ.COM ^ | June 2, 2020 | Jonathan D. Salant
    U.S. Sen. Cory Booker on Tuesday decried the government’s efforts to clear peaceful protesters from in front of the White House so President Donald Trump could visit a nearby church and pose for pictures holding a Bible.
  • Passed By for Decades, Clarence Thomas Is a New Symbol of the Trump Era

    05/18/2020 1:19:17 PM PDT · by DUMBGRUNT · 6 replies
    DNYUZ ^ | 18 May 2020
    He was the subject of a recent book, “The Enigma of Clarence Thomas,” which led to a flurry of articles and book reviews on his life and legal thought. A new biographical documentary, made by the conservative filmmaker Michael Pack, airs Monday on PBS. For the project, the justice spoke to filmmakers for 30 hours — an astounding feat for a jurist who once went 10 years without asking a question from the bench. “He would have never said, ‘Gee whiz, I should be an icon,’” said Helgi Walker, a lawyer at the firm Gibson Dunn who clerked for Justice...
  • Who Killed Malcolm X? What a new Netflix series doesn't dare mention.

    02/29/2020 9:55:40 AM PST · by rktman · 18 replies ^ | 2/26/2020 | John Perazzo
    Malcolm X had been a major figure in the Nation of Islam (NOI) since the early 1950s. Rejecting Martin Luther King’s vision of a peaceful path to racial integration, Malcolm openly defended the use of violence as a means of black liberation: “You don’t have a peaceful revolution. You don’t have a turn-the-cheek revolution. There’s no such thing as a nonviolent revolution.” In March 1964 he warned: “There will be more violence than ever this year. White people will be shocked when they discover that the passive little Negro they had known turns out to be a roaring lion. The...
  • Who Really Killed Malcolm X? (Netflix and the Cory Booker Connection)

    02/07/2020 4:17:15 PM PST · by yesthatjallen · 44 replies
    NYT ^ | 02 06 2020 | John Leland
    For more than half a century, scholars have maintained that prosecutors convicted the wrong men in the assassination of Malcolm X. Now, 55 years after that bloody afternoon in February 1965, the Manhattan district attorney’s office is reviewing whether to reinvestigate the murder. Some new evidence comes from a six-part documentary called “Who Killed Malcolm X?,” streaming on Netflix Feb. 7, which posits that two of the men convicted could not have been at the scene that day. Instead it points the finger at four members of a Nation of Islam mosque in Newark, N.J., depicting their involvement as an...
  • Newark high school basketball coach attacked on video by his own players

    02/07/2020 2:27:15 AM PST · by kevcol · 55 replies
    NY Post ^ | February 6, 2020 | Frank Miles
    Dramatic video allegedly shows a junior varsity basketball coach at a high school in New Jersey being assaulted by members of his own team, according to a report. Four members of the team from Malcolm X. Shabazz High School in Newark allegedly assaulted the victim after they exited a bus upon returning from a basketball game in Livingston Tuesday night, as WABC reported.
  • Colin Kaepernick shouldn’t expect NFL job offer, ESPN analysts say

    11/18/2019 11:15:41 AM PST · by conservative98 · 36 replies
    Cleveland ^ | 11/18/19
    CLEVELAND, Ohio -- If there is anything we learned from the fiasco that was Colin Kaepernick’s workout Saturday is that it was more about appearances than it was ever about football. For the league, the original, hastily organized, workout seemed to be about protecting itself from a potential second collusion lawsuit than giving Kaepernick another chance to play in the NFL. Otherwise, they wouldn’t have put media restrictions on it or presented him with an “unusual” waiver to sign just hours before. For Kaepernick, the workout, which was scrapped and moved at the last minute to a high school 60...
  • Beto and the NY Times Have Gone Full Richard Spencer. Never Go Full Richard Spencer.

    08/26/2019 12:44:15 PM PDT · by Mrs. Don-o · 15 replies
    The Stream ^ | August 20, 2019 | John Zmirak
    Beto O'Rourke, Woke Why did the Civil Rights movement succeed? It might have failed. In the U.S., unlike in South Africa, black Americans didn’t make up a huge, oppressed majority. They constituted just 11 percent of the population. Nor did they wield proportionate economic power — the heritage of slavery and Jim Crow had seen to that. They weren’t well-armed. Gun control laws, which always disarm the most helpless, had made quite sure of that. The militant approach favored by Malcolm X, and later the Black Panthers, certainly frightened white people. But it could have just as easily provoked...