by Billy Roper
In the third mass shooting by a Nation of Islam affiliate in the past year, an anti-White Black Muslim who calls himself “the black Yahshua” specifically targeted White Christians in a brutal act of domestic terrorism Tuesday in Fresno, California. At least three innocent White victims were killed within moments in the hate crime, which took place after Kori Ali Muhammad repeatedly posted on social media about how much he hates White people. The racist shooter, who screamed out “Allahu Akbar” as he murdered his fourth victim, was not stopped by California’s Draconian anti-second amendment laws.
“A Facebook profile page for a Kori Ali Muhammad from Fresno paid homage to black pride and black nationalism, with images of the red, green and black Pan-African flag and images of a raised fist. The page listed him as a “warrior” for RBG Nation, referencing red, black and green, according to a local media source.
He posted numerous photos of himself in traditional African garments.
In recent days, he repeatedly posted images to his Facebook page with the hashtag #LETBLACKPEOPLEGO. He referenced “white devils” and praised melanoma skin cancer. In a post Monday, he wrote in all caps: “MY KILL RATE INCREASES TREMENDOUSLY ON THE OTHER SIDE ASÈ ALLAH U AKBAR.”
Shortly before that, he posted: “BLACK WARRIORS MOUNT UP AND RIDE OUT *ASÈ* #LETBLACKPEOPLEGO.”
Even though he called Whites “White devils” and said “We will continue to bring destruction & wrath upon America”, the Jewish controlled media claims that his motives are unclear.
“Together the killings were Muhammad’s contribution to a war he believed was ongoing between white and black men, said his father, Vincent Taylor.”
Muhammad was also a “hip hop artist”, whose lyrics did NOT encourage peace and love and unicorns.
“In February, Muhammad released an explicit, racially themed hip-hop album called “True Story Kori” under the name B-God MacSun. The cover shows him holding up a clenched fist.
Muhammad sings that he is an “Asiatic black god,” and repeatedly references violence between black and white people.
On a song called “Black Father,” he sings: “Black father, the maker, the owner, the cream of the planet Earth. Asiatic black man, God of the universe. We didn’t start as slaves. They really don’t want us and our ancient ways.”…
“Lucky for me, I was born a black soldier,” he sings.
In another song called “U Gone Need Me,” he sings of “white devils,” a “murder squad,” and the west side of Fresno. “