Hours before last week’s massacre of five white police officers in Dallas, Texas, Nation of Islam founder Louis Farrakhan had this inflamatory missive for his followers, “there is no freedom without the shedding of blood” and that “the white man is worthy to be hated for all the things he has done.” Does this sound like a crazy man throwing gasoline on a fire?
Just yesterday a former member of the Nation of Islam, Gavin Long seemingly followed minister Farrahkan’s vile missive and systematically shot and killed three police officers and wounded several more in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Shouldn’t Louis Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam get any blame for fanning the flames of hate?
New evidence suggests Gavin Long was also in Dallas when another former Nation of Islam member Micah Johnson executed five police officers in cold blood. They were both Nation of Islam racists who had a profound hatred for all white people. It is the same hatred that has been fomented by the president of the United States, Al Sharpton, Hillary Clinton and Louis Farrakhan. Their meme is always that same tired belief that racism begins and ends with white people. These fools need to condemn no one but themselves. Because it is always they who continue to throw gasoline on the fire of racism by using inflammatory rhetoric that fuels the engine of hate.