January 14, 2016, - 5:56 pm

Schlussel Flashback: Al Roker Learns How Muslims Feel About Black People

By Debbie Schlussel


Al Roker learned a couple months ago about how Muslims feel toward Black people, but he still won’t admit it. I was ahead of the curve when I pointed this out on Twitter two months ago, and a ton of morons said I was “wrong,” “making assumptions,” and other BS. But I was right. To wit:

Follow me on Twitter . . .

Back in November, when Al Roker said he and his son were refused service by a New York City cabbie–who passed them by and picked up a White customer instead–I pointed out that Al Roker was now officially learning all about Islam . . . and that he must be tolerant of the “Religion of Peace” and stop whining. After all, we know who the cabbies in New York (and many other places throughout America) are: Muslims.

And we know that Muslims hate Black people, even though Muslims constantly try to seduce Blacks to convert to the religion that sold them into slavery and still enslaves, tortures, gang-rapes, and murders them around the world, today. As I’ve noted repeatedly on this site, Muslims and Arabs almost always refer to Blacks, with the Arabic N-word of “abed” (“slave”–but it really means the N-word in Arabic) or “abeed” (“slaves”). And don’t forget the Saudi Prince who uses his Black slave as a piece of furniture while he plays Playstation.

So, when Al Roker first announced that the racist cabbie passed him by for a White customer, I was thinking and basically tweeted (see above), “Welcome to Islam, Al Roker. And stop being so intolerant and judgmental of the Muslim religion.”

But I was attacked by a ton of people who e-mailed, etc. and said that I was “assuming” and other BS. Uh-huh. Sure, I was. That’s why it’s now come out that the cabbie who wouldn’t serve Al Roker because of his race is named Mahabur Rahman (average Southern White Protestant name, right?). “Assuming,” my ass. I knew exactly what I was talking about. But Al Roker still won’t acknowledge that Islam is racist against Black people and that’s why the cabbie ignored him and his son. Maybe he is still too busy telling people about how he pooped his pants.

Welcome, Al, to the world of Islam to which the rest of us have been treated for centuries and about which you choose to stick your bald Black head into the sand.

Being passed over because you’re Black? Welcome to Islam, Al. Who do you think sold your ancestors into slavery–the Wiccans?

BTW, the racism of Mr. Rahman only cost him a fine of $500, assessed by the New York Taxi and Limousine Commission. Anyone reading this think a White Christian dude would get away with such a small punishment for racism?

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12 Responses

Wake em up Debbie!

MrBigBrain on January 14, 2016 at 7:26 pm

Roker is in the media. He knows he can’t directly say anything bad about Muslims.
They own big parts of the different media corporations.
Any thing, even the tiniest word of against Islam would be the death sentence for his job. And he fully knows that.

Steve G on January 14, 2016 at 7:46 pm

    Right on, SteveG, no critical thinking allowed. Just like the administration, no opposition, no discussion allowed, everything out of the White House is an automatic “fact.” Even when it’s a lie. Al Roker lives in the same world, one point of view, all in for the glorious agenda of being “fair.”

    Alfredo from Puerto Rico on January 15, 2016 at 8:14 am

Thanks for the article DS, Al Roker and those who’ve used ad-hominem logical-fallacy attacks on you on Twitter are simultaneously “relativists”, meaning that they continue to have their heads in the sand and NOT see reality for what it is and notice that those who adhere to Islam, and ethnically are of either Middle Eastern, East Indian (mainly Pakistani, Bangladeshi, etc.) or South Asian have been indoctrinated into irrational ethnocentrism of not having too much love for folks of my racial and ethnic background (Black people).

Debbie, you were right on your Twitter feed, and those who had antithesis views and became irrational, unreasonable and illogical, insofar were all WRONG at the time, and seems to me are of “utopianists” and gullible egalitarianists?

Not all cultures, religions, etc. are equal, there are some cultures, religions, and viewpoints that til this very day, hasn’t adapted into the modern and progressive classic-liberal world and possibly need to go through a modern day Enlightenment. Maybe, just maybe when we reincarnate into another body in our next lives generations from today, that the Muslim community will reform in their worldly thinking and “tolerate” antithetical views against theirs and also use critical-thinking on their faith (both the Jews and Christians alike use critical thinking on their respective religion and notice the flaws and idiocies, etc. in their religious doctrines)!

Sean R. on January 14, 2016 at 9:57 pm

    I enjoyed your enlightened reply to Debbie’s commentary, especially your possible view on reincarnation.

    I absolutely believe that there is a strong possibility that reincarnation is a reality. Reincarnation is not a liberal theory.

    How do we really know the accurate history of the earth. Not enough has been written about the damages that Lucifer has caused throughout the ages. After Lucifer was kicked out of the mainstream Churches look at all of the out of control liberalism we have today.

    Liberalism is a tool of Lucifer and of Islam.

    Confederate South on January 16, 2016 at 7:20 am

The fine for that cabbie was nominal. You can imagine what a firestorm a non-Muslim White would have experienced if he had done something similar. Do recall what happened to that bakery that did not want to participate in a gay wedding faced. They lost their business and faced huge legal bills. By contrasts, Rahman at most loses his net revenue for a night. Some people are more equal than others.

Worry on January 14, 2016 at 11:49 pm

“Being passed over because you’re Black? Welcome to Islam, Al. Who do you think sold your ancestors into slavery–the Wiccans?”

I always thought Christian missionaries did that!?

Tommy Thomas on January 15, 2016 at 4:16 am

If I were in Roker’s place, I wouldn’t want a Muslim cabbie taking me anywhere. As a Uber driver, if I see a Muslim name on my request, I just let it pass. I don’t want their biz, nor do I wanna give them mine.

Infidel on January 15, 2016 at 5:34 am

Poor dimwitted Al Roker. Seriously I’ve hated this bugged eyed milk dud headed buffoon back before he had his weight lose surgery. He knows where and who butters his bread and therefore will never say anything negative about the “religion of peace”. It is well known that other Muslims view their Black “brothers” worse than they view dogs. This is why I can’t understand why they fall for the intolerant Islamist bull squeeze. I remember being hassled by a Black Muslim back in the early 90’s while stationed in the Bay Area in Cali. I took the BART to work and the station was right near their bakery. The guy was all like come in brother so that we can talk. I took him on his challenge with hi trying to tell me how good Islam was and that it trumped Christianity. He got as well as he gave from me and from then on he never bothered me again. So way back then I got a taste of how these people think especially when it came to Christians and other “infidels”. Roker is a media gas bagged putz who had a good dose of Muslim reality thrown his way. Sadly(for him because I could give a rats ash)he along with the other media- tards will continue to give Islam a pass. Morons all.

Ken B on January 15, 2016 at 12:36 pm

I would avoid roker if I was a cabbie and I am a white Christian.
he looks too much like obama and I wouldn’t let a communist in my cab, plus roker “looks” like a homeless person with stolen clothes on anyway and looks like the type who would stiff you !!!

doug on January 15, 2016 at 2:31 pm

Maybe he is still too busy telling people about how he pooped his pants.

When did he do that?

Miranda Rose Smith on January 17, 2016 at 8:46 am


    He actually did that, Debbie. I didn’t believe anybody would. You tell close friends or family members the humiliating effects of an illness or operation. I didn’t believe anybodt would describe them in a television interview.

    Miranda Rose Smith on January 17, 2016 at 8:57 am

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