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Day By Day© by Chris Muir.

Monday, October 17, 2005

In Race-Related News....

Louis Farrakhan has said some wild things in his career, from white people being created 6,000 years ago by an evil scientist named Yacob, to his recent idea that the New Orleans 17th street levy was deliberately sabotaged to hurt poor blacks (even though the 17th Street levy is next to a affluent neighborhood).

This is his latest, from an interview with Fox's David Asman last Thursday, on an episode of The Big Story With John Gibson:

ASMAN: Right. Well, let me just ask you, I was reading a transcript of a speech you gave at the National Press Club, where you say the idea for this came about from a vision, in which you said the desire of President Reagan concerning the planning of a war involving young black men here on the soil of America, this is what inspired me to tour the country and this is what eventually led to the Million Man March on October 16, 1995. What was that vision all about?

FARRAKHAN: Well, I was in a tiny village in Mexico on the 17th of September, 1985. And I had a vision-like experience climbing a mountain there, on the top of which is a temple to the Mexo-American Christ figure, Ketso Quato. And one of these little UFOs came over that mountain and I was signaled from a group of persons to come. And I was beamed up into that small vehicle and carried to a larger vehicle, where I heard the voice of my leader and teacher, the Honorable Elijah Mohamed (search), saying these words to me, in early September, the president met with his joint chiefs of staff to plan a war. He didn't tell me who the war was against or what not. But early in the next year, it came to me while I was in Ghana that this war was against Libya and Libya's leader Muammar Qaddafi. So I went there and warned him of what was about to take place. And it did take place. And the following year, sir, I was sitting on an airplane, I happened to pick up the The New York Times magazine section, and it said America planned war against Libya, and down in the writing it said ...

ASMAN: So you think the vision came true?

FARRAKHAN: Oh, yeah, it definitely did come true.
Umm, yeah. I'll leave the commentary to you.

In other race-related news, I'm sure you all saw the riots that ensued after a group calling itself "America's Nazi Party," decided to try and have a parade through a Toledo, Ohio neighborhood.

Now I have no love whatsoever for white supremacists, and shed no tear at the idea of them getting their asses kicked, but the rioting did nothing but increase the media attention for these idiots, and made a small, insignificant parade by a bunch of ignorant rednecks into a national media event.

Then you have the destruction and looting on the part of the "counter-protesters". I don't care who marches through your town, it gives you no excuse to throw rocks at police and paramedics, and burn an innocent man's business.