Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Will America follow Spain: Expel All Muslims?

Paul Robeson as Othello, the Moor (Muslim) in Shakespeare's Classic
Near the beginning of the eighth century, a Muslim army, made up largely of Moors and some Arabs, invaded and conquered nearly the entire peninsula. During the next 750 years independent Muslim states were established and the entire area of Muslim control became known as Al-Andalus. Meanwhile the Christian kingdoms in the north of the peninsula began the long and slow Christian recovery, a process called theReconquista, which was concluded in 1492 with the fall of Granada.
Over time, various small and large kingdoms in the Iberian Peninsula began to coalesce into larger states.[1] The Christian kingdoms came to dominate nearly all of Iberia by the 13th century, those being the Kingdom of Portugal, the Kingdom of Aragon, the Kingdom of Castile and theKingdom of Navarre. Although colloquially and literarily the expression "King of Spain" or "King of the Spains" was already widespread,[2] and although the two crowns, Aragonese and Castilian, were held by the same monarch, they retained their individual institutions and identities until the enactment of the Spanish Constitution of 1812.[3] Portugal was also ruled by the House of Habsburg with Castile and Aragon but this came to an end with a revolt after sixty years.
The year 1492 was the starting point of the modern history of Spain, with the expulsion of the Moors and the successful voyage of Christopher Columbus to the New World.[4] TheSpanish Empire was launched, as was the Spanish InquisitionJews and Muslims who refused to convert were expelled from the country.

Will America follow Spain and expel all Muslims? History has a strange way of repeating itself, so don't think such a thing cannot happen. Long ago the Honorable Elijah Muhammad taught his followers the day would come when we would depart America, exiting through Mexico. So be prepared for this announcement over the media:
Of course if this should happen, how many Muslims (and Niggers) would hear the message and how many would be able to leave on such short notice? During Katrina, many Blacks were unable to leave the flooded area, some didn't have transportation, some were obese so they couldn't swim or walk. 
What if all those remaining will be confined to ghettoes, i.e., concentration camps? Of course we're already concentrated in the hood, a toxic environment worse than slaughter: inferior food, schools, reactionary religious leaders and politicians, white supremacy education, drugs, large numbers in jail and prison (the New Slavery under the constitution); those in the Big Yard under police occupation, Stop and Frisk. So what may appear to be a bad thing (expulsion) may be a good thing. 
--Marvin X

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