Here is a predominately Black Church, the Praises of Zion Baptist Church in South LA, opening their doors to former Jewish owner of the Clippers, Donald Sterling, who was taped in a conversation with his alleged mistress V. Stiviano, telling her NOT to take pictures with Blacks and post them on her instagram site and not to bring Blacks to the Clippers game with her. (NOTE: She was recently attacked by two men outside the Gansevoort Hotel in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District and called the "N" word)
In the video below, you hear the quick willingness of Black Christians to forgive Donald "I don’t want to change the culture, because I can’t. It’s too big and too [unknown].V Stiviano: But you can change yourself.DS: I don’t want to change.
This is the posture of most Black Christians, quick to forgive the white man even before he atones and even when, as a Jew, don't even believe in Jesus, The Christ and even quicker to turn their backs on and close their doors to their own Black Brother because he is a Muslim, Nationalist or worships God differently.
I have also included a video of Stu. Min. Tony Muhammad, The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan's West Coast Rep. blasts the NBA's Jewish control of scared Negroes. He calls, not for forgiveness, but for Justice, something that the Black Christians have either long forgotten or are to scared to speak truth to power.
With the choir singing, Donald Sterling walked into the Praises of Zion Baptist Church on S. San Pedro Street.
Senior Pastor J. Benjamin Harwick welcomed Sterling publicly during the service.
“Stand up brother Sterling, we’re going to give you a round of applause,” Hardwick said.