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Thread started 03/12/18 8:31am

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Should Feds talk to Farrakhan?

I never thought I'd advocate this, but sure. Don't put any in jail but the feds should talk to him about his violent comments. Send two dark skinned brothas. Calm his butt down. Don't want anybody hurt. It would really hurt BLM.

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Reply #1 posted 03/12/18 9:57am

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This is not a defense of Louie Louie.

The feds are a violent organization which rules by fear and intimidation. No one feels safer because the feds roll in and talk to someone. They are yet another arbitrary group trying to herd people into submission.


As far as Farrakhhan, if they haven't talked to him now - why? If they're so on top of homeland security, why hasn't LF been pulled in for questioning? (Or has he?) And what could they possibly say to a man who hates white America and calls out racism (his bigotry notwithstanding) to make him stop or squelch his speech?

LF is on his last leg anyway. He won't be around too much longer, I would imagine. (I'm not wishing death on him, he's just old.) There are newer and louder voices making stronger points.

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Reply #2 posted 03/12/18 10:53am

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2freaky4church1 said:

I never thought I'd advocate this, but sure. Don't put any in jail but the feds should talk to him about his violent comments. Send two dark skinned brothas. Calm his butt down. Don't want anybody hurt. It would really hurt BLM.


I’m no fan and of Farrakhan but what exactly are you talking about? They’ve been watching him for years. What’s new about that? Nothing Farrakhan says can hurt BLM. BLM is a racially-diverse organization but some are trying to paint it as an all-Black organization that’s out to get White people, because they speak out/expose racial injustices and inequalities in America.

Should the feds also talk to David Dukes, Spencer and all the existing nazi and other hate groups in America, whose organizations are ‘specifically’ race-based hate groups, and where some have a long history of violent, racist crimes, and made/make violent comments against Americans of color?

Let’s be rep and honest here, there is no way Farrakhan has that kind of power, where he could get away with any wide-range racist crimes in America, like many in the KKK have gotten away with in the past.
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Reply #3 posted 03/12/18 11:15am

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The feds will decide.

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Reply #4 posted 03/12/18 3:11pm

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SuperFurryAnimal said:

The feds will decide.


Decide what?
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Reply #5 posted 03/12/18 3:31pm

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2elijah said:

SuperFurryAnimal said:

The feds will decide.

Decide what?

Who they will speak to?

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Reply #6 posted 03/13/18 7:25am

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You like him 2Elihah?

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Reply #7 posted 03/13/18 7:25am

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Black leader are afraid of him. Forget Louie, follow Mumia.

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Reply #8 posted 03/13/18 4:54pm

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2freaky4church1 said:

You like him 2Elihah?


How many times did I state I’m not a fan or follower of Farrakhan. It’s obvious I don’t like him. I’m asking you why you think he should be investigated or watched, when he’s always been watched by the feds. If they want any reason to lock him up
they’d have done that a long ago.
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Reply #9 posted 03/13/18 4:57pm

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2freaky4church1 said:

Black leader are afraid of him. Forget Louie, follow Mumia.


What Black ‘leaders’? Lol. I believe you mean specific elected officials, clergymen, community activists and such, who happen to be part of the Black community, then I’ll go with that, but although Farrakhan is part of the Black community, he doesn’t represent all within the Black community. He is known for being a representative of his religious community.
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Reply #10 posted 03/13/18 5:05pm

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I'm just happy to not see the media go crazy. lol. The right wing is even somewhat quiet. I used to really admire Farrakhan but in his old age he has gone nutty. I'd suggest retirement before any more silly comments.

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Reply #11 posted 03/13/18 5:06pm

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I have a feeling the Feds like him. He helps demonize the black community more than many racists.

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Reply #12 posted 03/13/18 5:19pm

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2freaky4church1 said:

I have a feeling the Feds like him. He helps demonize the black community more than many racists.


He’s older and the media isn’t that interested in him as much as they used to be. We’re in a different era and generation now. I also don’t agree that he demonizes the Black community. Many in the media and racists already work overtime doing that to make themselves feel better.
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Reply #13 posted 03/13/18 5:42pm

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Funny that you mentioned him 2Freaky. Do you write for RS Mag?

https://www.rollingstone.com/politics/news/on-the-dangers-of-following-louis-farrakhan-w517836

Farrakhan is being scrutinized for saying some crazy stuff recently. I agree with a lot of what he said in past but he gone too far this time.

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Reply #14 posted 03/13/18 5:44pm

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2freaky4church1 said:

I have a feeling the Feds like him. He helps demonize the black community more than many racists.

Yeah I don't believe white people think Louis speaks for the black community. lol

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Reply #15 posted 03/13/18 6:38pm

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Somebody tell Uncle Louis to sit his ass down somewheres . . .

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Reply #16 posted 03/15/18 9:36am

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They should talk to people who are killing folks.

This is just plain DUMB.

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Reply #17 posted 03/15/18 10:20am

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Lock the thread.

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Reply #18 posted 03/15/18 12:34pm

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I do think the idea of the Feds going in to "calm" someone down is totalitarian thinking. It reeks of the Ministry of Love in Nineteen Eighty-Four which sought to identifiy, monitor, arrest, torture, and convert real and imagined dissidents.

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