It turns out that Farrakhan has been on one of his verbal jihads of late, this time calling for an ethnic cleansing of white people.
After two weeks of news reports that Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan had called for an army of 10,000 volunteers to kill white people if the government doesn’t give the black community “justice,” Farrakhan is reshaping his message – but only slightly.
In a new video of a three-hour address given Aug. 13, Farrakhan said white people (presumably the news media reporting on his previous comments) reported his controversial comments to provoke a race war when he gathered with his followers at the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March on Oct. 10 in Washington, D.C.
... “I wouldn’t bring our young women and young men into some place to be slaughtered. But that’s what the white man hopes for. That’s why he makes mischief with my words. ‘Farrakhan wanna get an army to kill people,’ because, you see, white people deserve to die. And they know so and they think it’s us coming to do it. No, no, no.”
Farrakhan later said in the video that a God will send a UFO, “a chariot” or “wheel in the sky,” to rescue his followers and carry out justice if a race war began
In other words, Louie has backed away from a call for direct racial cleansing by his army of Islamic warriors and instead wants some aliens to do it.
Say, if memory serves, that appears to be happening as we speak (e.g., "Illegal Aliens Account for Over 30% of All Murders in Some States").
Hat tip: Gateway Pundit.