Fears surge over potential violence at Farrakhan 'hate rally' [VIDEO]
Twenty years ago there was the “Million Man March” in Washington.
Now, on the anniversary of the event organized by Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, comes “Justice or Else!”
Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson, the founder and president of the Brotherhood Organization for a New Destiny (BOND) and author of the new book “The Antidote,” calls it a “hate rally.”
He said evil will come out of the Oct. 10 event, including rising tensions between blacks and whites.
“This is a KKK rally,” Peterson said. “This is a skinhead rally.”
Farrakhan recently called for a "black Christmas" for 2015 – a holiday season in which blacks withhold their money from white businesses – and for an insurgency of 10,000 men to "rise up" and to "stalk" white people and "kill them."
Organizers of "Justice or Else!" hope to duplicate the turnout of the 1995 event.
But Peterson is warning people, white people in particular, to stay away, because he believes Farrakhan will be urging attacks on police in particular and whites in general.
"He's going to create more enemies and anger against you," said Peterson. "Because these young people don't have love in their heart. Not all, but most, don't have love in their hearts but anger that starts in the home, and Louis Farrakhan is building on that. … So he's taking that anger and using it to promote evil."