By: Leon Kwasi Kuntuo-Asare
Dylann Roof will now have to spend the rest of his life, figuratively speaking in hell.
After a 12-person jury sentenced the white supremacist and domestic terrorist to death on tuesday, for the evil crime of killing nine black church goers, including senior pastor and state senator Clementa C. Pinckney at the historic Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, in Charleston, South Carolina, om June 17, 2015.
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BY: LEON KWASI KUNTUO-ASARE
The 2008 election of Barack Obama, America’s first African-American President, and the current economic instabilities America now faces, has given new life to white supremacist terrorist groups. As of 2014 , according to the Southern Poverty Law Center, there were almost a thousand active hate groups in the United States. And with white supremacist propaganda on the Internet, indoctrinating a new generation of angry white youth, white supremacist terrorism has spread beyond organized white hate groups, like the lone wolf suicide bomber, in some desert in the Middle East, America has recently seen her own form of lone wolf terrorism, perfect example is Dylann Roof, who on june 17, 2015, assassinated nine innocent African-American people, including South Carolina state Senator Clementa C. Pinckney, at the Emanuel African Methodist Episopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina, and unfortunately in the near future the Southern Poverty Law Center believes that lone wolf and white terrorism as collective is on the rise in America.
So be vigilant and prepare yourself, tactically and strategically to be ready if the shit goes down.
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BY: LEON KWASI KUNTUO-ASARE
In post racial America, another African-American house of God was set on fire in St. Louis , the fifth church in ten days. This time the
New Life Missionary Baptist Church.
According to , St. Louis Fire Chief Dennis Jenkerson, the fire was set on the door and the damage to the building was minimal.
The last outbreak of arson attacks on black churches happened days after The Dylann Roof, Charleston AME Church massacre this summer , seven black churches were burned down by suspected white supremacists, also in ten days.
Pastor David Briggs told local fox2now:
“I have forgiven them. I don’t want the communities to be angry. I don’t want the churches to be angry, because it is in these moments that our character is tested”.
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BY : LEON KWASI KUNTUO-ASARE
In the recent week there seems to be an reemergence of white supremacists terrorism on the African-American Christian community. Terrorism not seen since the 1960’s when white supremacists would set fire to and bomb black churches like the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama, which killed four children and injured others in 1963.
Just a week after white supremacist domestic terrorist Dylann Roof massacred nine African-American Christians at the historic South Carolina Emanuel AME church on june 17, six black churches have gone up in flames in the south:
1. College Hill Seventh Day Adventist in Knoxville, Tennessee
2. God’s Power Church Of Christ in Macon, Georgia
3. North Carolina’s Briar Creek Road Baptist Church
4. Grove Baptist Church in Warrenville, South Carolina
5. Fruitland Presbyterian Church in Gibson County, Tennessee
6. The Greater Miracle Temple Apostolic Holiness Church in Tallahassee, Florida
The fires are still being investigated by federal and local law enforcement and at least three are suspected to be caused by arson.
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