Videos of the cowardly Long's YouTube account show him ranting against 'crackers' and making references to Alton Sterling, the black man killed by police in Baton Rouge on July 5th.
In 2015, Farrakhan accused whites of persecuting blacks and said the Koran teaches that persecution is worse than slaughter (cf. Sura 2:191 and 2:217). He also called for a bloody race war, referring to death as "sweet".
As if that wasn't enough, Farrakhan said he was looking for "10,000 fearless men" to rise up and kill those who kill us--stalk them and kill them and let them feel the pain of death that we are feeling."
This is what race-baiters, haters of 'the others' do for their power and gain. This is who Long was influenced by and because we are a civilized society with laws, we do nothing about the Farrakhan's in our midst. He is one of the most anti-white, anti-Semitic people in America. He is no Muhammad Ali, that's for certain.
When Michael Brown was shot and killed last summer by a white police officer, the Washington Post reported that ISIS, and other jihadist movements, were taking advantage of the crisis to recruit blacks for jihad. And unfortunately, it seems to be working.
If black people knew how the prophet of Islam referred to them, they might think twice from joining--he called black people 'raisin-heads'. How disgusting is that?
But we have a country divided along racial lines thanks to people like Farrakhan, Sharpton, Jackson and yes, even Obama.
In the article by the Washington Post, Abu Mansour, a jihadist and follower of the Islamic State who lived in Germany said that "in Islam, there is no racism." Of course he didn't think the apartheid agains blacks and slavery in the Arab world counts as racism.
And he probably skimmed over a lot of the Koran that discusses the hatred for the Jews. Let's face it, if Muslims can call "Islamophobia" a form of racism, in spite of Islam being an ideology and not a race, then why isn't Judaism considered a race as well? And the Koran is chock full of anti-Semitism.