Saturday, August 18, 2007


US Black troublemaker Jesse Jackson coming to the North West ?
We hear that black racist Jesse Jackson, is coming to the North West of England.
We understand, they thought he was a relative of pop singer Michael Jackson, but when they found out he wasn't, they just asked if he was black.
The reply was "Yes he is !".
So they invited him anyway.
Maybe we can make his visit a bit more enjoyable, and perhaps explain that we British people have no use for the likes of 'Rev.' Jesse Jackson.
Here he is in the picture wearing a jewish yarmulke.

17 comments:

Pete R said...

Let's hope he gets a warm welcome in the North West :-)

NorthWestNationalists said...

Manchester airport would be a fine venue to greet him and his entourage.

Anonymous said...

Jackson will be visiting only black areas such as Moss side and Toxteth.Being the black racist he is.

But he will be staying in posh white areas and hotels.

Top hotels would also be a good place to show Mr.Jackson we the British people do not want him here.

Anonymous said...

Jesse Jackson to visit city
Chris Osuh
17/ 8/2007


LEGENDARY civil rights activist the Reverend Jesse Jackson is coming to Manchester.

Rev. Jackson, who worked alongside equal rights leader Dr Martin Luther King in the sixties, will visit Moss Side next Saturday as part of a nationwide tour.

The Christian left-winger will use his famous public speaking skills to celebrate the contribution black people have made to modern Britain and mark the 200th anniversary of the abolition of slavery.

The visit is being hosted by Manchester's black churches and the campaign Operation Black Vote, which encourages African Caribbeans in the UK to use a right once denied their peers in America's south.

Rev. Jackson will address an audience at the Church of God of Prophecy on Moss Lane East on Saturday night, before speaking at Deansgate's AMC cinema on Sunday morning.

The visit will mark the launch of Equanomics UK, a campaign which wants to put black communities on a level economic playing field.

Poverty

By putting the spotlight on the poverty trap, the campaign hopes to wipe out social ills like the gun crime which has been claiming lives across Greater Manchester.

Bishop Doyé Agama head of the Operation Black Vote steering group, said: "Manchester, particularly areas like Moss Side, has been in the news for the wrong reasons lately. I think it is very positive that a high profile black role model that people in the community can relate to is coming.

"Rev. Jackson is someone who has tackled the issues the city is facing in the American context.

"The Equanomics campaign is also very positive, because one of the factors in the problems Manchester faces is the fact that there is a lack of vision and opportunity for a lot of young people."

Rev. Jackson, 65, was brought up by a single mum in the Deep South. As a young man America's racist segregation policy stopped him from starring for his university football team and taking the podium in debating competitions.

Up until the 1960s it was normal in some parts of the United States for black people to be lynched for crimes real or imagined, stopped from voting, paid less at work, forced to use separate, poorer facilities than white people, and be denied justice in the courts.

Inspired by a vision of an equal America, Jackson began working with Dr Martin Luther King in the mid-sixties. He led boycotts against businesses which refused to work with black people and petrol stations which wouldn't let black people use the toilet.

He was with Dr King, who promoted non-violence and equality, when he was shot dead by an assassin on his hotel balcony. In more recent years Rev. Jackson has run for president twice in the US, become a high-profile mediator, and campaigned against gun stores suspected of supplying gang members.

Rev. Jackson said he was looking forward to visiting the UK because the bicentenary of abolition was a `moment to reflect' on `poverty, war and continuing patterns of racial inequalities'.

On Saturday night Rev. Jackson will be special guest at a glittering reception hosted by the Lord Mayor of Manchester, Councillor Glynn Evans.

The Lord Mayor said `it was truly an honour' to welcome him to the city.

For more details on the visit see http://www.equanomics.org.uk or contact 020 8983 5430.

NorthWestNationalists said...

The link does not work. Like most niggers I suppose.

Anonymous said...

http://www.equanomics.org.uk/

Anonymous said...

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Hope Street
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Anonymous said...

Community Event
When August 25th, 2007 6:00 PM through 08:00 PM
Location Church of God of Prophecy
300 Moss Lane East
MAN M12 0TD
United Kingdom
Contact Phone: 020 8983 5430
Email: info@obv.org.uk

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Anonymous said...

When August 26th, 2007 10:00 AM through 11:00 AM
Location Jubilee Church (RCCG Parish)
St Peters House

Oxford Road

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Church Street
Sheffield, SHF S1 1HA
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August 22nd, 2007 6:00 PM through 08:30 PM
Location Westminster Central Hall
The Sanctuary
Westminster
London SW1H 9NH
United Kingdom
Contact Phone: 020 7582 1990
Email: ruhul@blink.org.uk
Speakers
Jesse Jackson Snr & special guest speakers including, Tony Benn, Dawn Butler MP,Diane Abbott MP and Imam Zaid Shakir.

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300 Soho Road
Handsworth
BIR
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Peepul Centre
Orchardson Avenue
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Queens Walk
The Meadows
NG2 2DF
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martin brierley said...

i dont think we should abuse him just because hes a black activist. some of my black friends like him

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