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Louis Farrakhan.  Credit: Wikipedia/Tasnim News Agency, CC BY 4.0
Facebook is receiving congratulations from the darkest corner of the web for reverting to the discredited gatekeeping of the legacy media and further eroding freedom of inquiry on the Internet, which in its early days gained popularity as an antidote to the very censorship we see Facebook (and Paypal and Amazon) imposing. When they were... Read More
The Hon. Minister Louis Farrakhan and Michael Hoffman
If you had asked this writer on February 5 if I would be flying to Chicago nine days later on the eve of the Nation of Islam’s national convention (known as “Saviour’s Day”), I would not have known what you were talking about. Yet by February 7 I had a plane ticket and a hotel... Read More
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A textbook case of racial tension encouraged by the System
The latest media tempest-in-a-teapot concerns Catholic teenagers from Kentucky set upon by the media and made to star in the perpetual Hate-Whitey videodrome, wherein, whether it’s a Gillette shaving commercial, or kids waiting for a bus after a pro-life, anti-abortion march in our nation’s capitol, they are cast as KKK/Nazi bigots. Of all the crimes... Read More