Now They Have Come for the Muslims

March 20, 2019 Off By Michael
Mosque, Photo by London Wood Co. on Unsplash

Now the white supremacists have come for the Muslims. They first came for Black Christians during a Wednesday night prayer meeting in a church in Charleston, South Carolina, next they came for a group of Gays partying in a night club in Orlando, Florida, then a group of Jews in a Synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and now, Muslims in a Mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand.

Every group on the planet has been gunned down by the white supremacists except normal white people who do not harbor the racial superiority ethos espoused by the Ayran nation.

Now is the time for normal whites in American, Europe, and Eurasia to mobilize for the eradication of this cancerous boil that is killing non-white people at an alarming rate.

It is clear, that white supremacists have declared war on people of color around the globe. These violent acts should no longer be considered acts of terrorism, but a direct act of war. The manifesto of the Christchurch gunner proves this point. 

In the 1960s, the Federal Bureau of Investigations embarked upon a campaign to destroy The Black Panther Party for Self-Defense. We were living in a white world in the 60s and the fragile white egos could not abide a group of young Black men openly carrying guns before “open carry” was a rallying cry for white supremacists. In order to eliminate this group, the FBI framed some Black leaders like Geronimo Pratt, whom they could not kill; and murdered others in their sleep, like Fred Hampton, whom they could not frame.

I’m not suggesting the FBI break any laws in eliminating the white supremacist horde, but I do believe the FBI should in due haste use all available legal means to suppress this very dangerous group. 

Now is the time for good men and women to speak out, to act, and to act up, if necessary, to address this minority that is ultimately making the planet less safe for all diverse groups who call earth home.

Harold Michael Harvey is an American novelist and essayist. He is a Contributor at The Hill, SCLC National Magazine, Southern Changes Magazine, Medium, and Black College Nines. He can be contacted at