On today's date in The Beacon archives, we published:•Do You Have A Sign? (2011)
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It appears a new kind of blog—Nation of Islam inspired tabloid journalism—is trying to break into the Cincinnati blogosphere. This morning, The Cincinnati Beacon received an announcement from Svengalimedia, which claims to be the “Voice of Cincinnati’s Black Underground.” The email led back to this web site, which appears to be an entry point for a membership driven, pay-as-you read media project designed to appeal to the most ridiculous conspiracy theories promulgated by some members of The Nation. Today’s front page story: that Cincinnati whites have a curfew under threat of skin cancer.
Here is the text of the curfew “story”:
Calling the conviction of Lonnie Webster ‘conspiratorial’ and ‘criminal’, Prophet and scientist Yacub 7 Ali cast a stern condemnation against Cincinnati’s whites today and issued a strict curfew for them, effective Friday, January 12th thru the remainder of 2007, noting those who violate its hours will receive carcinomas, sarcomas, melanomas and other types of skin cancers.
“Negroes are most often born and castigated to the lesser social and economic position in this society yet held to the same measure of the law as those born in privileged positions. This is unacceptable and criminal. Our poor have to pay the same prices for food and other necessary items as those who are economically comfortable. This is unacceptable. The city can’t keep crack off the streets yet prosecutes the victims who become exploited by it,” speaking before a filled audience at a historically black church in Over-the-Rhine, Ali said Thursday evening.
NEW HOURS WHITES PERMITTED OUTDOORS THRU REMAINDER OF 2007: 6AM-9AM & 4PM-6PM
Ali, who trains blacks in a new science he developed that teaches them how they can use their ‘distinctive’ eumelanin to reradiate ultraviolet light and focus it on whites for the purpose of giving whites skin cancers (carcinomas, sarcomas and melanomas), visited Cincinnati to champion Webster and to institute a branch of his science here in the city.
“Through the remainder of 2007, with the new science now instituted here, God has said we must impose a curfew upon the whites until their level of humanity evolves.
“They only hours God wants them outdoors are between 6am-9am and 4pm-6pm.
“When those of you who have mastered the science witness a white out before or after the hours of the curfew, burn them!” Ali lashed.
“When you hear them thinking their evil, hateful and ugly thought, burn them!” The audience rose to their feet.
“The white man has called everyone on the earth ugly, dumb and evil!
“Now that which gives life to everything on the earth hates him!
“Children know today that the sun gives life to everything on the planet and that which gives life to everything on the planet is God.” Again the audience rose to their feet.
“Know that the sun burns the skin of the white man. God burns the skin of the white man’s skin. God hates the white man!”
Thousands of blacks have joined Ali’s movement nationwide.
Lonnie Webster is more notorious for the tattoo “Bona Fide Hustler” across his forehead, charged with murdering someone outside a Hyde Park bar.
The name “Yakub 7 Ali” is notable for its reference to Yakub—the Nation of Islam’s mythological figure who some literally believe created white people by mixing the genes of Africans with pigs. This is the same religion teaching that Elijah Mohammed currently flies about 40 miles over the earth in a giant UFO called the “Mother Plane.”
This same issue of the tabloid names O. J. Simpson as man of the year for throwing a “True Jew New Year’s Eve Party” with money from the underground sales of his recent book, and it claims that Martin Luther King, Jr. recently spoke to a clairvoyant with the message “Hate white people.”
It remains unclear if those interested in a Nation inspired version of The Whistleblower will go through a detailed registration process, or if they will pay for the ability to read this kind of nonsense from Svengalimedia.
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