Oscars, RIP: The Red, The Black, and the Nation of Islam
By Nicholas Stix
Sunday, February 20, 2016, 9:36 p.m.
The Oscar is the almost-90-year-old award that used to be the greatest honor in the motion picture industry. When, after a series of Affirmative Action nominations and wins, no blacks were nominated for the 2015 acting awards for the second straight year, black crybullies Spike Lee, Jada Pinkett Smith, and Will Smith (Pinkett Smith’s husband), threatened to “boycott” the February 28 Oscar presentation. They simply asserted that a lack of black nominees was proof of “racism.” The Academy immediately prostrated itself, announcing that it would make itself “less male and less white,” in other words, engage in the kind of racism and sexism Americans were promised would not happen if 1964 U.S. Civil Rights Act passed….
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Louis Farrakhan had his assassins murder New York City Patrolman Philip Cardillo in an ambush in Farrakhan’s own mosque on April 20, 1972