enjoy most of Farrakhan's speeches, but this one is definitely weird.
I'm sick and tired of words like racist and anti-semite being bandied about in situations where they're not warranted.
I despise Barack Obama and Eric Holder, but not for their skin color. I loathe Dianne Feinstein and Ben Shalom Bernanke, but not for their ethnicity/religion.
Black people can be caught up with degrees of blackness too. A black woman I work with says things like "He's too dark skinned. She's high-yellow... or 'My mom calls me and my sister the 'red ones'" all the time. They discriminate amongst themselves too, over degrees of skin darkness. It's nuts.
I'm proud of who I am. I'll never feel white-guilt, and am saddened by those who do.
When a true genius appears in the world, you may know him by this sign: that the dunces are all in confederacy against him. ~J. Swift