Twas Islamic Beauty that killed the Boxing Beast!
In his early years, Cassius Clay was very much part of the illuminati’s boxing sporting Establishment. His illuminati-controlled racist boxing blood sport was always “fixed” – but the ignorant beastly spectators still delighted in the beastly behaviour within the boxing ring. However, Cassius Clay was destined to be greater than the average downtrodden boxing champion, or illuminati sporting minion. Muslims loved him because he stood up for his faith and he made us laugh:
Mohammad Ali stated jokingly: “I would like to be remembered as a man who won the heavyweight title three times, who was humorous, and who treated everyone right. As a man who stood up for his beliefs no matter what. And I wouldn’t even mind if folks forgot how pretty I was”
[Mohammed Ali – 1942- 2016 – R.I.P]
“Did we fail to mention how incredibly funny Muhammad was? If this guy didn’t go into boxing, surely he would have given George Pryor, Eddie Murphy and Chris Rock a run for their money. As for good ole fashioned wisdom, yeah, he had a LOT of that, too.
As a matter of fact, if you really listened to him closely you realized that the now deceased Muhammad Ali was the quintessential court jester of his day. You know how the court jester was really the smartest one in the king’s court. That if the kingdom was to thrive or if the king was to survive all the court intrigues, then he had better listen to his court jester. For it is from the mouth of the jester that truth — real deep truth — flows for all to hear. Not to do so — hear it and act on it — is to neglect one of life’s most sacred and important duties.”
‘Fight Song’ – A song dedicated to Mohammad Ali
YouTube Music Video – ‘Fight Song’ by Rachel Platten – lyrics:
Mohammad Ali kept his eye firmly on the horizon of hope. The same type of faith and hope that inspired Malcolm X. – as Malcolm visited Mecca and witnessed first hand how Islam could unite all peoples (regardless of their social status or skin colour). Like King Kong in the movies, Ali looked beyond the ignorance of his day and age – to look up at the horizon and admire the rising golden sun of truth – the true inner beauty and wonder of God’s heavenly beauty and creation. His gentle soul was enchanted by the beauty and simplicity of Islam. He changed his name from Cassius Clay to Mohammad Ali and stood firm in faith and hope – like the legendary heroic black Islamic caller to prayer named Bilal, he stood for the ideals of equality, freedom, faith and justice. Once he reverted to Islam, he stood as a strong pillar of faith and righteousness and nothing could bring him down. He once said that falling down (whether inside or outside the boxing ring) was nothing to be ashamed of – because it was the “staying down” that what was wrong. Mohammad Ali always got back up to fight. Even in his last dying days, he still mustered the strength to punch that maggot of a man named Donald Trump – with the strength of his wise Islamic words. Ian Greenhalgh writes about this for “Veterans Today” as follows:
“Even though he was reaching the end of his life, Muhammad Ali wasn’t having any of Donald Trump’s grotesquely racist antics; in perhaps his last fight and greatest knockout he called Trump out as the liar and the racist that he is. Soon after Trump proposed his “ban” on Muslims entering America, Ali released a 132-word statement:
I am a Muslim and there is nothing Islamic about killing innocent people in Paris, San Bernardino, or anywhere else in the world. True Muslims know that the ruthless violence of so-called Islamic jihadists goes against the very tenets of our religion.
We as Muslims have to stand up to those who use Islam to advance their own personal agenda. They have alienated many from learning about Islam. True Muslims know or should know that it goes against our religion to try and force Islam on anybody.
Speaking as someone who has never been accused of political correctness, I believe that our political leaders should use their position to bring understanding about the religion of Islam and clarify that these misguided murderers have perverted people’s views on what Islam really is.
With these words Ali proved that even at the end of his life, he could still land a knockout blow; oh how we dearly need more people like Ali – people with the courage and strength to fight for their long-held beliefs, to defend to their dying breath what they, in their hearts know to be right and true. Ali would have made mincemeat out of Trump and treated us to a verbal performance to match any of the great victories he won on the canvas.”
Nothing seemed to defeat Mohammad Ali. The entire military-industrial complex couldn’t defeat him – they were like the puny, pathetic flying fleas trying to shoot down King Kong from the Twin Towers, but all he had to do was jump up and whack them down with one sweep of his strong fist – he sure could “float like a butterfly but sting like a bee”. Mohammad Ali was like King Kong – a giant of a man, trying to live a free and easy life in a world dominated by racist authoritarian control freaks.
When Mohammad Ali finally “fell”, his daughter said that although his organs failed him one by one, his strong heart still kept beating to the very end. In the King Kong movies, King Kong’s heartbeat can be heard beating until it finally stops – as he lies dying on the ground after his tremendous tower fall. The actor Jack Black declares when King Kong finally dies: “It wasn’t the airplanes (or the military industrial complex) that killed him. It was Beauty killed the Beast!” Likewise, it wasn’t the military-industrial complex that killed Mohammad Ali, but the beauty of pure Islam that he was prepared to die for.
YouTube video – “It was Beauty killed the Beast”:
The actor Jack Black also makes the following “Arabian proverb” statement earlier in the King Kong movie:
“And lo, the beast looked upon the face of beauty, and beauty stayed his hand. And from that day forward, he was as one dead”
Mohammad Ali’s daughter Hana described her father’s final moments:
“We all tried to stay strong and whispered in his ear, “You can go now. We will be OK. We love you. Thank you. You can go back to God now…
All of us were around him and holding his hands, chanting the Islamic prayer. All of his organs failed but his heart wouldn’t stop beating. For 30 minutes his heart just kept beating. No one had seen anything like it. It was a true testament to the strength of his spirit and will.”
His vitality came from a place deep within. It came from his courage to fall and his will to rise. It came from his awareness that every moment under the sun has a purpose and a time. If you could have borrowed his heart, you would not question what he has sacrificed, but rather pray for the happiness of his further journey and for the peace of his gentle soul.
[Hana Ali – Mohammad Ali’s daughter]
As Mohammad Ali’s heart throbbed its final beat for the very last time, Mohammad finally succumbed to the elements of nature, to God’s Universal Laws. He did so majestically and willingly, welcoming the Angel of Death with brave, humble open arms. In dying so gracefully, he again proved to the world the noble Muslim declaration that “there is no God but God and Mohammed is the messenger of God” – as who can dispute the fact that Almighty God is the one and only Being worthy of worship and glory – “The World’s Greatest”? There is none like unto Him (Allah). So praise be to Allah – the Lord of the Worlds who gave us life and unto Him will be the return. Rest in peace brother Mohammad Ali – you are in the gentle arms of the angels now where you belong.
The essence of the religion of Islam is surrender (or submission) to the Lord of the worlds
Quran [1:2 – 1:4]
ALL PRAISE is due to God alone, the Sustainer of all the worlds,
the Most Gracious, the Dispenser of Grace,
Lord of the Day of Judgment!
Mohammed Asad – Quran translator’s comment:
In this instance, the term “worlds” denotes all categories of existence both in the physical and the spiritual sense. The Arabic expression rabb – rendered by me as “Sustainer” – embraces a wide complex of meanings not easily expressed by a single term in another language. It comprises the ideas of having a just claim to the possession of anything and, consequently, authority over it, as well as of rearing, sustaining and fostering anything from its inception to its final completion. Thus, the head of a family is called rabb ad-dar (“master of the house”) because he has authority over it and is responsible for its maintenance; similarly, his wife is called rabbat ad-dar (“mistress of the house”). Preceded by the definite article al, the designation rabb is applied, in the Qur’an, exclusively to God as the sole fosterer and sustainer of all creation – objective as well as conceptual – and therefore the ultimate source of all authority.
YouTube Music video – James Newton Howard – Beauty Killed The Beast: