WHAT’S BEING CLAIMED:
- Activist Shaun King demanded light-skinned statues of Jesus, murals, and even stained-glass windows depicting White European Jesus and Mary must all come down.
- Twitter readers and followers reacted in outrage enough to ridicule him and send him death threats.
- Even if his birth certificate lists two white parents, King denies he is a white man masquerading as black.
After the scandals over his financial dealings because of failing to refund donations to his Justice Together activist organization, and his failed attempt to recreate The North Star newspaper, Shaun King is again in the news.
In a tweet, Activist and accused fraudster Shaun King wrote, “Received about 20 death threats in the past 12 hours since I said that statues of white European Jesus are a tool of oppression for white supremacy and should be taken down.”
His tweets not only elicited death threats but also drew sparks of outrage and ridicule.
One Twitter follower asked: “Does it hurt to be this stupid? Honest question.”
What brought this reaction on? In his series of tweets, King demanded light-skinned statues of Jesus including all murals and stained-glass windows of white Jesus, and his European mother, and their white friends to be toppled down, removed, and should all come down.
He says, “If your religion requires Jesus to be a blonde-haired blue-eyed Jesus, then your religion is not Christianity, but white supremacy.”
He then posted a photo of a dark-skinned Jesus which he says is the most accurate depiction.
“White Americans who bought, sold, traded, raped, and worked Africans to death, for hundreds of years in this country, simply could not have THIS man at the center of their faith,” he said of the reason for images to lighten the skin of the son of God central to the Christian faith.
Even with his birth certificate listing two white parents, the Brooklyn-based King denies he is a white man masquerading as black.
Source: New York Post