November 2, 2005, - 3:54 pm

Farrakhan, Weird Al, and Jesse @ Rosa Parks’ Funeral

If you reside in Detroit, as I do, your radio and TV broadcast airwaves are dominated by live coverage of Rosa Parks’ funeral. All other programming is pre-empted–SO WE CAN BE LECTURED BY RACISTS AND RACE MERCHANTS.
Right now, I’m listening to . Why is this racist loon a prominent speaker at this woman’s funeral? If he had it his way, Catholics and other Christians, Jews, Whites, Asians, Gays, Arabs, and anyone not Black Muslim would not be riding in the back of the bus. They’d be DEAD.
Is Rosa Parks’ funeral the place for Racist-in-Chief Louis X to spout off against “The Military-Industrial Complex,” to tell Christians that their “Church must not dirty the garment”? Huh? The dirtiest thing in that room is the Black Muslim “leader” speaking those words–followed by the gushing applause and cheers of all the mindless boobs filling the audience. Christians don’t need to be lectured by Louis X about dirtying anything.
Sickening. Today, all of us who don’t fit Farrakhan’s sick, narrow mold are sitting in the back of the bus.
Then there’s Jesse “Hymietown” Jackson and Weird Al “Mass Murder at Freddie’s Fashion Mart” Sharpton. Thankfully, I missed their speeches. I’m sure they were par for the course.
But I just loved the scene toward the opening of the funeral ceremony–during which Jesse Jackson had a Bill-Clinton-at-Ron-Brown’s-funeral moment (speaking of Slick Willie, he was there, too). The cameras focused on Jesse Jackson and the man next to him was either asleep or reading something. Jesse Jackson appeared on the screen nudging the guy awake, elbowing him several times. Because that’s what this is all about. It’s not a funeral. It’s a propaganda fest and media event combo meal.
Speaking of meals, some guy in a collar is now talking about cheese, tomato, mayonnaise, and mustard sandwiches in his Parks “eulogy.” Gee, and I thought it was a funeral. Instead, it’s the Rosa Parks Culinary Institute.
Or, counting Farrakhan, Sharpton, and Jackson–and the rest of the audience cheering them–its the Museum of Racists & Fools.
Shame on Rosa Parks’ relatives for inviting these sickos and giving them this forum.
**UPDATE: 5:33pm–Well, I was wrong. I didn’t miss Jesse the Blowhard’s speech, after all. Damn. He’s still spouting off at this time (the funeral started at 12am ET or earlier). He just said: “Thomas Jefferson democracy has no export value on the international market.” Really? I suppose Jesse Jackson/Louis Farrakhan/Al Sharpton kleptocracy does have export value. Unfortunately.

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i herd rush today and he said a few things about kwami. ive lived outside detroit my whole life people dont understand how corupt this place is.Debbie will you please write more about our messed up city.I was born a month before coleman young was elected and i had to watch a once beautiful city get ran down by a criminal mayor.

jimiperu on November 2, 2005 at 5:35 pm

Since those of us cognizant of history KNOW that Farrakhan put the hit on Malcolm X, him and the whole NOI have long been discredited. Reverend Al (the people’s pal) and Jesse Jackson are creations of YOUR conservative media!!! Were it not for all the limbaughnistas that arose as a result of Reagan’s suspension of the *Fairness Doctrine* in broadcasting, they would be working the storefront church circuit.
What is most dispicable though, is the Reich-wingers EMBRACING Rosa Parks as if she was one of their own…we all KNOW that the heart of the GOP are the same klansmen who forced her to the back of the bus…and i’m quite sure the cop that arrested her was a card-carrying Dixiecrat, the not-so silent majority of the GOP today.

EminemsRevenge on November 2, 2005 at 7:36 pm

…And I am quite sure you are an idiot, EminemnsRevenge, with a stupid remark about the South, where I reside.
No matter the motive, people in the South are so afraid of being seen as “redneck racists, etc.” that these types of things are very much looked down upon by normal, decent Southerners.

The_Man on November 2, 2005 at 8:41 pm

Traffic was snarled because of these morons who attended the funeral. I wish they weren’t here. But speaking of morons, Jesse Jackson attended. Why was here there? The guy supports a racist and belongs to an organization where the leader helped create the Ku Klux Klan and that man is Albert Pike. Here is a list from the freemason’s website of Jesse’s membership

KOAJaps on November 2, 2005 at 10:57 pm

You look at the ‘leaders’ of the black community, and you say ‘that’s some slim pickings.’ Why would Jackson say that about Jefferson? It is utterly ridiculous. Jefferson is considered one of the greatest society thinkers in the late 18th and early 19th century. Why attack Jefferson? Had slaves, had a black slave mistress, whatever.
Like the fools that follow Islam, here you have a large swath of the black community applauding these conartists. Blacks should seriously look around the world and ask themselves, “What country has the wealthiest black community in the world?” Then ask themselves, “Why do I hate America so much?” The Pity and Justice trade is a lucrative, if ignoble trade and Jackson and Farahkhan are fine craftsmen.
Was that guy reminescing over his favorite sandwich that Rosa made for him? When I used to grow a few tomatoes, I occasionally had a craving for freshly sliced tomatoes and mayonaisse on ‘white bread’ but I don’t think I would want that in my eulogy.

John Sobieski on November 3, 2005 at 2:03 am

Yo The_Man…
You seem to think that the south has a monopoly on rednecks!!!
Growing up in Jew Yawk City, the klan not only had a rally on the beach in Rockaway, but there were quite a few lynchings that y’all never heard of…most notably a “suicide” [as it was reported in the local papers] where the Black youth somehow managed to tie his hands behind his back and bound & gag himself as he hung from a tree.
One of my favourite Malcolm X sayings is “up South” when he refers to the racism north of the Mason-Dixon line. While Debbie can probably cite every act of anti-Semitism in Detroit…i think she may be aware of the propensity of certain New Yawkers to paint swastikas on cars in Brooklyn and desecrate cemetaries in upstate NY. THESE events, coupled with the rumour that the Mossad was behind 9/11, is what inspired me to write a book.
Whenever you visit my fair city, check out Steve Malzberg and Sean Hannity on the radio, and THEN tell me that there ain’t no Dixiecrats. Like the National Socialist Party in Germany, it’s a state of mind that STILL festers…..

EminemsRevenge on November 3, 2005 at 8:43 am

When I caught up with the funeral,Al Sharpton-who grew up rich and suburban(be sure to check him out at who should still be making license plates for his part in the Tawana Brawley hoax was being treated by local Detroit TV idiots as a civil rights hero rather than a punk criminal ho’;I was nauseated to see Rosa Parks “replaced” by this piece of shit
(see Tawana Brawley story).In fact I believe TV “interviews” are at least as “dangerous” as anything on TV.And,given the racist-and race hustler-scum “civil rights leaders” who spoke at
Parks’ funeral,I guess it’s not surprising that after she was mugged in her own home,her housing
was taken care of by the late Max Fisher and Al Taubman- two very rich Shmotown Hymies-who I don’t expect will be publicly thanked by these
civil rights punk “leaders”.

jaywilton on November 3, 2005 at 10:02 am

Eminem – can I get a copy of your book on, or is it just in the Comic Book Store in your area?
The Left and the race hustlers, racial arsonists, and race-baiters (Clinton, included) have made a mockery of Rosa Park’s funeral. But why should that be a surprise to anyone – they’ve been doing things like this for the last 40 years – starting with Jessie “I Have a Scheme” Jackson, and advanced by the fools like Al Sharpton and Louis Farrakhan, a/k/a Calypso Louie.
BTW, Farrakhan is a seriously deranged individual. Is anyone aware of his rantings about the Mother Wheel (spaceship that orbits the Earth)? He got his idea for the Million Man March as he met with his predecessor at the Nation of Islam, Elijah Muhammad, on the Mother Wheel.
Speaking at Union Temple Baptist Church in Washington, D.C., on September 17, 1995, a month before the Million Man March, Farrakhan revealed the genesis of the March. He said that during a vacation in Mexico 10 years earlier, he had gone to the ruins of ìa Mayan temple to meditate and pray,î when he was taken up into a giant spaceship. He identified the object as the ìwheel within a wheelî referred to in Ezekiel 1:15-21. ìI heard the voice of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad as you hear my voice,î he related, whose shrouded form told Farrakhan that if he could get a million men to come to Washington, ìthen you can come here again and you can see me face-to-face.î
On October 24, 1989, at the J.W. Marriott Hotel in Washington, DC., Louis Farrakhan stated that he had a vision of being abducted in 1985 by an invisible pilot in a UFO and carried up on a beam of light to a “human built planet” known as the “Mother Wheel.” There the voice of Elijah Muhammad informed him that the president and the Joint Chiefs of Staff, under the direction of Gen. Colin Powell, were planning a war, which Farrakhan said he later came to realize was “a war against the black people of America, the Nation of Islam and Louis Farrakhan.” “I saw a city in the sky,” Farrakhan said, after which the UFO “brought me back to Earth and dropped me off near Washington; over to Tyson Corners and Fifth Street I think…to make The Announcement.”
What’s even crazier still, is that this buffoon is taken seriously by the Left and by his brain-dead followers.
Read more about Calypso Louie’s trip aboard the Mother Wheel at;,noel,69,1.html
(Some of the above was excerpted from two sites included in the list)

Thee_Bruno on November 3, 2005 at 10:15 am

Just who is this blond bimbo, anyway?
Minister Farrakhan said, in his comments at Mother Rosa Parks funeral, that he came because he was INVITED. Did anyone invite this hate-filled bubble head nobody to speak at her funeral. No.
His comments were less than 20 minutes long. I have listened to them and read them. I don’t see anything hateful or racist about his words. Maybe if girlfriend here was not so hateful and racist herself, she would have actually HEARD what he was saying.

OpnYr3rdi on December 23, 2005 at 5:08 pm

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