بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمٰنِ الرَّحِيْم
All of mankind is from Adam and Eve, an Arab has no superiority over a non-Arab nor a non-Arab has any superiority over an Arab; also a white has no superiority over a black nor a black has any superiority over white except by piety and good deeds. Understand that every Muslim is a brother to every Muslim and that the Muslims constitute one brotherhood. (Ahmad (22978))
A beautiful hadith from the Prophet that apparently some people who claim to be/have been Muslim never truly internalized. So this post today is dedicated to Paul Williams over at Blogging Theology who also acts as a popular Speaker’s Corner figure for Islam (when he chooses to not flip flop on his religion)
The post that started the whole thing was called “Legends Are More Powerful Than The Truth”  Basically the implication was black people were inherently more dangerous to themselves than others (we will see in a bit he actually carries more sinister views). Before getting into that claim (which quite frankly is strange for Williams to be commenting on seeing as he’s not even from the United States and to the best of my knowledge never stepped foot in the projects a day in his life)
I responded trying to keep the situation light even though this is not the first time Williams has posted racist crap like this. The gist of our exchange was I agreed with user “CL” who pointed out like anyone with even rudimentary knowledge of history there were many things that came before and context is important. However, because Paul listens to white supremacists and advocates to their views (more on this in a bit) he then proceeded with the standard propaganda of “FBI statistics” (which wasn’t even accurate and hilariously ignores the fact that they are big reason the African American community is in shambles as he ignorantly thinks it has to do with slavery, but I will be giving him a more formal refutation later this week inshAllah)
I then asked Williams if he really wanted to challenge me on this and after realizing he would lose our exchange then proceeded to call me a “fanatic” (it might be weird for Williams not to see someone not flip flop on their religious beliefs for stubbing their toe but that doesn’t make one a fanatic) delete my posts, puts my comments “under moderation” while keeping a few up for propaganda purposes as he laughed with some fellows whom I don’t recall seeing when he needed help when others were attacking him over decisions he made at Speaker’s Corner.
Before beginning I want no one to make a mistake, Paul is a racist. Not in how people use the term every which way or like an older generation racist slip. I mean he is a genuine bonafide, racist. I had suspected this long before the incident this morning, given him clearly being uncomfortable with the idea of there being large amounts of non-whites in London and saying how they’re aren’t Brits  .I live in the 3rd highest population of white supremacist in the US so I recognize them anywhere. Even if one wants to ignore my “gut” or try to say “I’m jumping to conclusions” there is plenty of evidence to substantiate this.
One big smoking gun, in an exchange between Paul and I when I confronted him about his racism was that he promoted once on his blog Jared Taylor’s (a legit known white supremacist) derogatory video towards black people called “If You See A Pattern Close your eyes” 
I then presented the following to Williams and he never approved the comment as he knew it would expose him:
As can be seen, when asked why he is promoting white supremacists he never took the comment off moderation.
Or for example, a few days ago he posted the autopsy results of the infamous George Floyd killing.  The purpose of that was to show the “poor mistreatment of poor white cops to the liberal agenda”
Other indicators are in his reaction to me refuting him. If one thinks about it, he allows people to come onto his blog everyday with spam or trolling comments and never banned them. Now, why would he do that for being called out on for being a racist? He doesn’t do that when he is called all sorts of things. His articles are repeatedly pingbacked from the coalition of the brave he simply ignores it. But why did being called a racist be the thing that set him off? Why did he continue to post more “statistics” after I couldn’t respond? Why did he edit and delete comments from me when he never does that and contradicts his alleged promotion of “freedom of speech”? Because he didn’t want people to see he really is a racist and no one should doubt this.
If one still thinks even after that, he is not he straight up made racist comments about black people let’s read some highlights:
Black culture is “broken”
Black people are the most violent ethnic group:
So this isn’t really a debate. But the one thing that disgusts me more than that trashes racism (as I’ve said time and time again there is nothing a kaffir can do to surprise me) is all the supposed Muslims who sat there and said ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to him (with some even agreeing or considering the stupid shit) So for those Muslims let me make our stances clear with one another. If you feel that way about me, my people or any other do not comment on any of my articles or speak to me again; and please allow me to be the first to tell you my favorite hadith on this subject of what the Prophet (peace be upon him) said to say and that is you can ALL go and suck your father’s dicks 
As an African American Muslim allow me to speak for all of us, that we are tired of this crap from our alleged “brothers and sisters” who are either silent when incidents such as these occur, selling poison to our communities with no condemnation from even the Imams or trying to justify “cultural reasons” as to why they won’t marry their children to us as they call us “ahki” or “ukti” on the weekend while parading Bilal (may Allah be pleased with him) and Malcolm X (may Allah have mercy on him) as “token black guys”.
THAT is the reason Floyd’s death brought about the reaction it did (no matter how many anarchist or white supremacists turned the demonstrations violent ) It quite frankly has nothing to do with his case, it is the principle in a larger centuries long struggle that a people involved in the largest Diaspora in recorded history have had to endure with no homeland to call their own and stripped of their lineage; while out of touch morons sit and judge from on high as if the Creator died and left them in charge. When finished go back up to the top of this page and really take that hadith in as it’s clear as day that many of you don’t really get it.
Anyways getting back on track, I will, of course, be making a more formal response to his white supremacist propaganda and will allow Paul a chance to rebuttal (but he and I both know it’s not going to end well and that he doesn’t have a snowball’s chance in Hell of beating me in a debate which is why he didn’t want to get into it in the comment section in the first place)
If I said anything wrong or you think I’m slandering him then go to his blog and ask him publicly to clarify what I’ve said here (just asking him why he is propagating white supremacist views is enough to finish the discussion). I said then and I will say it now Paul Williams is a racist. Thank you.
Paul has given his “response” (mostly just deflection (as he doesn’t refute any of my points other than “I’m not a racist! As if he would admit to it) and nothing of substance since I really do have a “smoking gun”
Quick rebuttals for this light work:
1. He had banned me and censored my comments long before any insults were sent his way. He just didn’t think I’d screenshot
2. No reference is given for this alleged hadith.
3. Not an insult, he is an admitted homosexual (and multiple people have insulted him for it) this is forbidden in Islam and is no different from calling someone who drinks alcohol a drunkard. Racism, however, is more than a sin and negates a person’s Islam:
4. Telling him to suck his father’s penis is actually a hadith for racist such as him:
The irony of all this is he is actually proving black people’s entire point which is deflecting and acting like something wasn’t race-related.