Why should we need white slavers when we have Louis Farrakhan?

Louis Farrakhan, the neighbour of Barack Obama and leader of the Nation of Islam, continues to be what he is…an islamo-facist. Last week-end, he spoke before 600 students somewhere in the United States. During the speech, he said to students, and among them black students, « not to be friends with Jews because they are behind black slavery ». This may be not the exact quote but it is the essence of what he said. In fact, what Farrakhan does is covering the tracks of the very people who do engage in black slavery in Africa, i.e. continental Muslims. He simply protects his fellow Muslim brothers. Typical modus operandi of totalitarians of all stripes. Here I propose an interview with Charles Jacobs on Secure Freedom Radio, hosted by Frank Gaffney of the Center For Security Policy, and one radio show and an update blog post by Dave Emory on this charming fellow, Louis Farrakhan. I also join two PDF documents that will allow you to have a better grasp of the « humanitarian » dimension of his political activism.

Charles Jacobs on Secure Freedom Radio

FTR #21 Louis Farrakhan and the Politics of Murder

A Meeting of the Minds: “Truther” Richard Gage and Louis Farrakhan

Louis Farrakhan: Tormenting the Heart of Africa

Genocide and The Slavery in The Sudan

Lode Vanoost, former Belgian MP, on the Libyan war

Lode Vanoost makes a pretty good assessment of the situation in Libya. In a nutshell, he says that NATO is not going to give up its position once Gaddafi has been removed. For him, we are witnessing the second colonization of Africa. While Egypt and Tunisia have seen uprisings by their citizens that led to the toppling of their dictators, Libya is experiencing something else. In effect, the « uprising » in Libya is led by armed gangs with the backing of NATO and with the use of military force. It has nothing to do with Egypt and Tunisia. He concludes the interview by saying, with great accuracy: « People or organizations who take power by violence are not really tempted to give away that power by democratic means ». Yes, indeed. And it has certainly to do with the advances of China in Africa that has taken place in the last years. The West is trying to protect its backyard.