Pro Black Tariq Nasheed Follower KILLED 4 White People Before Being Arrested Saying He Hates ALL Whites! (Video)by Tj Sotomayor April 18, 2017 2 comments
Pro Blacks Stirring Up Black Hatred!
So you are a fan of pro black men who call for the death of white people and who try their best to ruin the lives of anyone who goes against their message of black power over the rest of the world right? In the process of being a fan, you decided that it is now time for you to go out and act on all of the hate messages that you have been hearing coming from the likes of people like Tariq Nasheed, Corey Holcomb, Brother Polight, Sa Neter and others who believe that they white man is inherently evil and needs to be killed!
Well, another one of these black power individuals have acted on the messages of their leaders who tell them that black would be better off if whites were dead!
Now of course I am not being serious 100% when it comes to blaming these men for what was done by maniacs but that is however the exact same thing that many of them as well as many of you did to me when some random white man killed a random black dude but he had 1 liked video of mine and subbed one channel out of my 1000!
The language that these pro blacks are using however is very dangerous because its preaching hate but why are whites sitting back and doing nothing while they are being threatened on every TV show, Radio show, Comedy routine, rap song and yes now social media platform?
Man screaming ‘Allahu Akbar’ killed three people on the street before telling police he ‘hates white people’
Kori Ali Muhammad, 39, was taken into custody after shooting dead three people on the streets of downtown Fresno
A man shot and killed three people on the streets of downtown Fresno on Tuesday, shouting ‘God is great’ in Arabic during at least one of the slayings and later telling police that he hates white people, authorities said.
Kori Ali Muhammad, 39, was arrested shortly after the rampage, whose victims were all white males, police said.
He also was wanted in connection with another killing days earlier, in which a security guard was gunned down at a Fresno motel after responding to a disturbance.
Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer said the victims were shot seconds apart around 10:45am in close proximity in areas around downtown.
Muhammad is a self-proclaimed rapper who goes by the nickname of ‘Black Jesus,’ Dyer continued.
Muhammad posted a number of photos on Facebook donning turbans and head jewelry and wearing pro-black clothing, and previously posted about his dislike of white people
Muhammad is a self-proclaimed rapper that goes by the nickname ‘Black Jesus’ according to Police Chief Jerry Dyer
He said Muhammad also made other statements to police but he did not disclose them to the public.
Muhammad is active on Facebook and Twitter and expressed his dislike of white people previously in social media posts.
Police say Muhammad first approached a PG&E van on the 300 block of North Van Ness street and shot the passenger inside repeatedly.
He then took aim at a bystander nearby at the corner of Van Ness and Mildreda Street – but missed.
He continued down Fulton Street, shooting and killing a pedestrian there, then briefly reloaded at a nearby bus stop.
He then killed the last victim of his rampage in the parking lot of the Catholic Charities building on the 100 block of North Fulton Street.
Though the shooting happened outside a Catholic Charities building, but spokeswoman Teresa Dominguez said the charity doesn’t believe the suspect was tied to the nonprofit organization or targeted specifically at those of a Christian faith.
A street is blocked off where emergency officials say a shooting has killed one person and injured two others after screaming ‘god is great’ in Arabic
Following the shooting, Fresno city spokesman Mark Standriff said county offices were placed on lockdown, and people were urged to shelter in place
Sayed Ali Ghazvini, imam of the Islamic Cultural Center of Fresno, said Muhammad was not a member of his congregation and he did not recognize him. The imam said he is consulting with other faith leaders.
‘We’re kind of shocked and surprised for what happened,’ Ghazvini said.
‘We are very sorry for this to happen. We offer condolences for the victims, we pray for the victims and their families.’
Following the shooting, Fresno city spokesman Mark Standriff said county offices were placed on lockdown, and people were urged to shelter in place.