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Christians stand with Muslims at JUSTICE OR ELSE rally in DC!

The Nation of Islam just brought hundreds of thousands of people to Washington DC to stand up for truth and justice. Unfortunately, relatively few Muslims from other groups and backgrounds attended. Check out my dispatch from the rally:

Farrakhan’s “Justice or Else” march rocks DC! 9/11 truth and justice among issues highlighted by mega-event

Today, Muslims are the biggest target of injustice on a world-historical scale. The 9/11 false flag propaganda coup continues to drive a global war of genocide against the religion of Islam and its followers. Yet the vast majority of American Muslims are apparently OK with that.

I was able to travel to Washington DC to cover this huge, critically-important event thanks to a generous Christian donor who supports 9/11 truth. He urged me to convey the message: “CHRISTIANS STAND WITH MUSLIMS.”

Thank you, Christians.

But where are the Muslims? Minister Farrakhan’s Nation of Islam is ready to speak the truth and lay it on the line for justice. What about the others? Apparently they are cowering in their mosques, intimidated by moronic scumbags like Jon Ritzheimer and his idiotic “anti-Islam protests.” At best they may be good for a few verbal sallies on social media. But God forbid that the roughly 80% of Muslims who, according to many polls, know that 9/11 was an inside job should proactively spread that awareness…much less demand justice.

The original Muslim community had the courage to speak the truth and defend itself. Apparently today’s Muslims – with some honorable exceptions including the Nation of Islam – are complete cowards…making them de facto members of the army of shaitan. They will surely have to answer to God. I cannot imagine how they expect to be judged as anything other than the lowest and vilest of human beings – fools who have misused a great inheritance, squandered goodness, and gone over to the side of evil.

11 Thoughts to “Christians stand with Muslims at JUSTICE OR ELSE rally in DC!”

  1. I feel you brother Kevin. The only difference is that I have given up on today's muslims a looooong time ago, to the point of even avoiding them as much as I can.

    Remember the 700+ dead not long ago that occured during a stamped at Hajj ?. The confusion and chaos that led to that sorry situation is just the external manifestation of the confusion and chaos that is brewing deep inside the majority of those people.

    Junk on the inside, leads to junk coming out on the outside. There is no other way whatsoever.

    May Allah grant you the patience, wisdom and perseverance needed to stay on the right path.

    "What is to give light must endure burning."

  2. Anonymous

    Hundreds of thousands? Can you back that up?

  3. The entire National Mall from the Capitol to the Washington Monument was packed – perhaps a bit less tightly than in 1995, but definitely packed so tight it was hard to walk through the very dense crowd. In other words, it was in the same general ballpark as the 1995 crowd. Since the 1995 event is widely accepted as having exceeded the 1 million target, this event must have been easily into the six figures.

  4. Anonymous

    Go to and get on the Discussion Board and try to get the Muslims to say anything important or intelligent. this will show you just how ineffectual a group can be. They just want someone else to speak up or speak out to the powers that be. I guess that they are so afraid of being targeted by the government that all they can think of is keeping their eyes down and their mouths shut and not criticizing anything. I like the idea of every Muslim just contributing a dollar a week to some group that is trying to do something. They could also do things anonymously, like sending e-chain letters or flyers about political subjects. It's not "Speaking truth to power", it's "Speaking truth ABOUT power" (anonymously). CYOA.

    I think that before we start discussing politics, we should all brush up on our Noam Chomsky, Chris Hedges, Rebecca Roth, Michael Parenti, Bonnie Faulkner, Alison Weir, Jeremy Scahill, Keven Barrett, Gregory Noory, Friedrich Nietzsche, Helen Caldicott, Naomi Wolf, Henry Giroux, Edward Said,  Vandana Shiva, Gore Vidal, Bill Moyers, Matt Taibbi, Joel Wallach, Arundhati Roy, not to mention Poncho Threetrees, etc.

  5. Anonymous

    I just "Discovered" that Craigslist has a "politics" section. Not many people use it yet, but it seems to me that there is a lot of potential there. I have posted a few things there. The post stays up for 45 days. You can post in your own state or city, or in other countries. It is a shame that Muslims, people like you Kevin, and other alternative thinkers, etc. are not using it more. What do you think? Can I re-post one of your articles – or something- there? Would you consider using Craigslist yourself?

  6. Anonymous

    If every Muslim in this country would just write one email, email flyer, email chain letter, etc. every week, to friends, relatives, enemies, or someone, and send $5.00 every month to some organization that is doing something in the effort to wake up the brain-dead Americans, maybe something would change.

    Kind of related, but a little lighter hearted: Poncho Threetrees said: "Patriotism is to a citizen what alcohol is to a lady. The more you have, the stupider you become and the easier it is to fuck you."

  7. Excellent idea! Feel free to post any of my internet articles, along with the original url, at Craigslist.

  8. Anonymous

    100 black people riot, it's all over the news. Breaking news. CNN live coverage. 1 MILLION black folks gather from all over this nation in peace and harmony, and…nothing. No Geraldo. No Anderson Cooper. No coverage. No nothin'. The revolution will not be televised, will not be televised, will not be televised. Will not be televised. – Gil Scott Heron

  9. Anonymous

    How to Ignore One Million Dark Faces in Primetime The dearth of media coverage for this year's honorable and historic Justiceorelse rally in Washington, points to new challenge that codifies the network journalism policy of viewing all things black, through a racial prism. The shrinking of Black ownership of media outlets in radio and television continued under an FCC administered by the first Black President, but a trend started under Bill Clinton, will be seen as the greatest oversight of our time. The NAB knows the challenge of reaching the masses without mass media. The NOI and Black policy makers are catching on fast.

  10. Anonymous

    That's why God gave us the internet. When that is also taken away, we will think of something else. I still like chain letters.

  11. Anonymous

    I can't speak for my brothers and sisters, but it personally wasn't viable for me logistically or financially to travel there. Unfortunately we can't all have generous Christian donors. Maybe you are unaware but there were also a series of protests at masjids over the weekend. You seem a bit indignant for someone who wasn't sure they'd be able to make it themselves in the first place. Please don't assume to know the works or lack thereof of others.

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