Thank you, Louis Farrakhan, for saying out loud what most of your ideological compadres aren’t quite crazy enough to admit to thinking:
The oft controversial minister began by disparaging “White Mexicans” of Spanish decent before announcing that “Africans were in that part of the World [Mexico] maybe before [Mexicans] got there.” The minister lamented that illegal Mexicans are called “aliens” and declared that Americans “ought to be praising the Mexicans because we living on land that was once theirs.”
Farrakhan went on to declare that he was “sad that Mexico lost California, Arizona, New Mexico, and Colorado” after the Mexican-American War “trickery.” This led to the minister generalizing about the American people as “a people that make war and blame the person they makin’ war on and then take your land.”
However, The minister sounded overjoyed that minority births outnumber white births in America, according to recent US Census reports. Given the news, Farrakhan noted that white people will soon “be the minority in their own country that they took from the native people.”
By “native people,” he means everyone except the hated white man, regardless of who came when from where. When whites do become a minority in the USA, life for our descendents will be nasty, brutish, and short. Yet our displacement from our country is evidently a policy of our government.
Despite the lifetime achievement award his church of 20 years bestowed upon Farrakhan for spewing this type of anti-Caucasian, anti-American rhetoric, it would be unfair to lump Barack Hussein Obama in with Farrakhan. Ideologically, there is a sliver of daylight between them. When he helped organize Calypso Louie’s Million Man March, Obama complained about the emphasis on self-reliance.
On a tip from Wingmann.