Discussion in 'Brixton' started by editor, Apr 15, 2014.
Mmm. Yeah, that's exactly what I meant.
Oh that’s a shame
They're fucking awful. Real bigoted cunts.
It looked vaguely interesting as I walked my son past. But hate speech on the streets is not a good thing at all
I can't help but laugh everytime I see that lot - they look like extras out of star wars. Makes their intolance and homophobia all together less scary.
They maybe laughable but I nearly got into a fight with one of these aggressive clowns when he got close up and personal and did that weird bloke heads rutting nonsense. That said, it was a pleasure seeing them getting booted out of Windrush Square.
Brixton 1 – Twelve Tribes of Israel 0. Homophobic street preachers forced out of Windrush Square
Is there any overlap or continuity between these eejits and the older British Israelism tradition?
(British Israelism are probably the Ur-Loons, the OG nutters: British Israelism - Wikipedia )
Highly unlikely. British Israel was one of many esoteric/exotic religious fashions in the nineteenth century Britain and America. The Mormons - still a powerful church or cult - is based on that lost tribes idea. But they are white - in fact the Mormons operated a colour bar until about 50 years ago.
With the 12 Tribes it's all about being black and having a back story to account for slavery. I've no idea what the ultimate theology/ideology is, but here are their leaflets, since you ask. These are a couple of years old. Their internet links are US based, but they seem to have Birmingham and London followers - who post on Youtube (naturally). The Brixton group used to be vigorously against mixed relationships. Don't know if this still holds.
There is more about Israel United In Christ here:
This is very interesting - and very sad.
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