Goodbye & Good Riddance

Louis FarrakhanAs should be expected, Louis Farrakhan capitalized upon Trayvon Martin’s death and George Zimmerman’s acquittal to call to his people to rise up in revolt against America. It’s actually surprising that this vermin hadn’t done so already.

What is a bit surprising is that he called for his people to leave America or, at least, to create a zone within her border for themselves.

That’s an interesting twist on the usual “Black Power” and “Black Liberation Theology” rant…

“You are gonna have to come to the realization that the death or murder of Trayvon was a nail in the coffin of white supremacy. Our people are rising, but you don’t know where to go; you don’t know what to do. But this has gone on in every generation. It’s telling us that we’re living in a society where we will never get the justice that God wants for us. We will never find the equity that God wants for us, nor the freedom. We have to separate. We have to find a path, and America, you have to let the black man go.”

Really! All any American with a bit of sense can say to that is, “Goodbye and Good Riddance. Don’t let the door hit your asses on the way out. And y’all DON’T come back now, ya hear?” 😆

Personally, I’m with Farrakhan on this one.  Both the “Black Community” and America would be well-served by those creatures who think like Farrakhan un-assing our country which they hate so well. Then Americans of any and all genetic heritages but one singular culture could get down to the work of rebuilding our nation and moving forward together.

The only insurmountable problem is that no other nation on Earth would take them in!

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