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Reply to "Nation of Islam-KKK Konnection: fact or fiction?"

Maybe I should have made myself clear. I wanted to be proven wrong. I got some of my info from a black newspaper in Britain. A black person objected to Farakhan visiting the U.K(which I supported by the way) for fear of racial violence. He brought up the Tom Metzgar incident. On the internet I too saw posts apparently written by black men talking about the Klan meetings. I already knew about the Marcus Garvey incident so to me it didn't seem too farfetched a story.

Maybe I should have said I hope instead of hoped these are rumours. My mistake, I apologise. I am very sure about the book I read though. I will definately find the book again and the author. As for the site I bumped into one from a lady anti-semite. There definately was a link to the Final Call. I will try and find the site again. Watch this space.

As for Farakhan I never heard him condemn Abacha's actions. As unbelievable as it sounds I am not the only african that doesn't like Farakhan. Abacha named a street after him but once he died the street was renamed. I try to be a man of my word so if you can show me where he condemned Abacha I will take back all the things I said about him. And please dont compare me to Cedric's character in the barbershop. If I really wanted to humiliate our black leaders I would post on mainstream message boards like the New York Times. Right now I'm keeping it black e.g between us.
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