Dylann Roof, who last week killed nine people at an historic African-American church in Charleston, South Carolina, allegedly wrote the following manifesto on his website, “The Last Rhodesian.” It is reproduced below unedited strictly for historical preservation. The Saturnalian does not endorse the message and condemns violence of any kind. Continue reading
A year ago this week, Los Angeles Clippers then-owner Donald Sterling, an NAACP honoree, sat down for an interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper. Sterling had been the subject of controversy after his black girlfriend, Vivian Stiviano audio taped a conversation in which he asked that she not be seen at Clippers games with black people. During the interview with Cooper, Sterling apologized for the comments and went on the attack against former Los Angeles Lakers guard Magic Johnson, who had called for Sterling’s removal as owner. Continue reading
Progressive activist Robert Milnes, a candidate for the 2016 presidential nominations of the Green and Libertarian Parties, has proposed a “final solution” for the world’s Jewish population. Believing that Jews have no rightful homeland, that the creation of Israel was a mistake, and that Jews are interfering in American politics (including having Milnes evicted from his home last May), Milnes wants to relocate Jews to an artificial island in the Mediterranean Sea. Continue reading
In his December 30 address, African American Pastor James Manning of ATLAH (All The Land Anointed Holy) in Harlem, called on the media to speak the truth on racial issues. He also asked supporters to boycott MSNBC and its sponsors (listed on the Kelly Truth Squad website), until MSNBC fires talk show host Al Sharpton, whom Manning describes as a “cop killer.” Continue reading
It was February 16, 2008. With the 2008 Democratic presidential primary campaign heating up between then-Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, Pastor James Manning of ATLAH Worldwide gave an epic sermon in which he proclaimed the candidate Obama as a “long legged mack daddy.” In addition, Manning criticized his congregation and the Black community at large for supporting Obama only because of his skin color.