Sunday, October 16, 2005

Thousands More Rant, Gays Question Their 'Useful Idiot' Relationship with Farrahkahn and Nation of Islam

It's over. Farrakhan and his goons had their protest in DC. The press hardly mentions or glosses over that less than a 100,000 people attended the Millions More March. If it had been a conservative protest billed as a 'millions' man march and less than 100,000 showed up, it would get the top line 'Poor showing for Whitey's million man march', or 'Hardly any whities show up for million man march.' But almost all the press ignores the shortfall. In fact, they are stumbling over themselves trying to 'whitewash' the march.

Exactly what are they marching for anyway? Special preferences? Got that. Affirmative action, minority quotas. Got that too. They must want more. Oh yes reparations! It's only fair. They are just seeking justice. What a pathetic bunch of losers.

Watching parts of the Farrakahn folly on CSPAN, it reminded me of the antiwar protest only a few weeks ago. A motley crew of misfits and America haters in an orgy of hate.

While Farrakhan promotes himself as the Muslim spokesman for American Muslims, he is hated by the immigrant Shi'ite and Sunni Muslims in America? Why? To start, the Nation of Islam considers its founder a 'prophet'. Yes indeed. The 'seal' of the Prophet of Mo has been broken. Elijah is a prophet and that pisses off the Islamists to no end. And the Nation of Islam doesn't follow all the rituals that the Islamists insist upoon. It's heresy. The Nation of Islam, and Farrakhan, are 'useful idiots' to be used for now and plowed under once the Islamists have enough population mass in America. Through the glory of immigration and multiculturalism, America has brought these supremacists to America so they can be given a public venue to spew their hatred of America.

The MSM interview Farrakhan as a 'leader' not an idiot, hanging on every word, softly chastising Farrakhan for his 'the government blew up the levees to kill blacks' nutty accusation. A white man would never be respected and considered seriously if he had made the same statement. He would be attacked as a 'racist' and shunned. But not the great Farrakhan. But he's black, so it is ok for him to criticize the Crackers. That's the right of every minority you see and whitey should just get over it. And send money!

The MSM presented the protest as inclusive, including gays. But that is not how it turned out. At the last minute, Boykin, a gay leader, was denied a chance to speak. Haven't you heard? Muslims hate Gays and think they should be thrown off tall buildings. Why the gays think they would even want to be associated with a fascist gaybashing leader like Farrakhan is beyond me? The 'useful idiot' syndrome lives on among the gay rights groups with their foolish alliances with Muslims, but maybe they are having second thoughts...

Gays Protest Rejection Of Speaker at Gathering

Donna Payne, an organizer with the Human Rights Campaign who also attended the meeting, said Wilson told them he had to change his telephone number and was worried about his family. He then pulled out a book, "The New Joy of Gay Sex," and accused gay leaders of sending it to him.

Payne also said Wilson accused gay leaders of not knowing what is happening in the community.

Thousands of men, women and children gathered on the National Mall for the Millions More Movement. Although the crowd was not as large as the hundreds of thousands at the Million Man March a decade ago, leaders said the success of the day could not be measured by numbers.

Boykin and Payne said Wilson then grabbed a white plastic bag and pulled out a bottle of sleeping pills and a G-string made from Pez candies strung together. He said black girls use the items to try to turn other girls into lesbians. [I always knew those Pez dispensers were evil incarnate.]

"We were stunned into silence," said H. Alexander Robinson, executive director of the National Black Justice Coalition, who attended the meeting. "What do you say to that?" [Cuckoo?]

Wilson, interviewed after speaking about unity at the march, would not comment on the meeting.

Longtime Washington gay activist Phillip Pannell said he thought the offer of a speaking spot to a national gay representative was a ruse by march organizers to silence critics in the days leading up to the event. [You think?]

"Farrakhan gives us the sugary rhetoric, and Wilson serves up the vinegar," Pannell said. "I think it was by design."