Hey, whether you like it or not, the “Race Wars” are coming. These aren’t my words, they’re Jesus’ words. Mathew 24:7 (NAS) “For nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom…”. Strong’s Concordance (in the Greek) shows “nation” as “ethnos”: a race (as of the same habit.) One only has to look to America’s present state of worship with “Multi-Culturalism.” Which is antithetical to our once held beloved Melting-Pot America to see that we are in big trouble, and race wars are inevitable.
For the last couple of weeks, since the death of Mohammad Ali, the “nation” of islam has been front and center, held up as a beacon of light by Ali, The Greatest. The media is tripping all over themselves to broadcasting the funeral using Ali’s death as a platform to proselytize islam. What shocks me, (yet I have written about it before) is the chummy black-for-black’s sake within the black communities of America.
So with the hours of media coverage on and about Ali’s life, the black pastors of America are shown standing shoulder to shoulder with the nation of islam’s preachers, talking about Ali, as if he was a church-boy instead of a muslim…have they lost their minds? Yes! Race against race. These black, supposedly Christian pastors are standing with the nation of “islam,” all for the sake of Ali, of course, over and above their God, over and above any other plethora of Christian.
And if you think all this worship of Ali won’t convert more angry, America-hating blacks to islam, you are sadly mistaken. What Louis Farrakhan couldn’t accomplish, Ali’s death will. After all, all has been condoned by America’s black pastors. Making race more important than what God you serve.
And of course mentioning of Malcolm X gets thrown into the mix too. He was an advocate for the rights of blacks, a man who indicted white America in the harshest terms for its crimes against black Americans. I accuse him of preaching racism and violence, yet he also received worship and honorable mention this last week too. Many black TV commentators had on Malcolm X shirts. Can you imagine white commentators wearing David Duke clan shirts on TV? Oh, the humanity!
Over the last several years the black-on-white crimes are astounding, yet very rarely does any of it receive media coverage. Or look at the murders committed in America in the name of islam. Yet when covered by the media these crimes are simply called “acts of terrorism” or Obama’s favorite “work-place-violence” and not “acts of Islamic terrorism.”
(Lack of capital letters intended)