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Obama's worst nightmare!

Reader comment on item: Farrakhan Demands Reparations from Jews

Submitted by P. Rancher (United States), Aug 22, 2010 at 13:53

Over 35 years ago, the U.N. began official "Proceedings Against Sudan" for practicing slavery and forced labor on its black animist populations - it's "non-Muslims." There have been countless documented details up until the present of the taking of slaves by Muslim militias. They have been sold or held for ransom. Children (orphaned due to the capture or death of their parents) and women are led off as in days of old, in chains. The U.N., due to Sudan's and other Islamic-block nation's blockade of truth, was forced to put off more investigations for 20 years! The military coup in 1989 refused to cooperate in any way with the U.N. investigations and prevented any fact-finders from entering the country.

For America's home-grown "Nation of Islam" leader, Louis Farrakhan, to divert attention away from today's slavery against his own race, is a perversion of history beyond belief! The fact that he was awarded by Obama's Christian church, their greatest honor, is also an example of historical hypocrisy beyond belief. What Farrakhan has succeeded in doing is further dividing America. He may become our president's worst nightmare!


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