Two of the leading Zionist ME flunkies, Turkey's El Supremo Erdogan and Jordan's Royal Flunky Abdullah will be speaking at the service this Friday, but other Zionist media outlets say they've been bumped for someone else higher up the food chain, meaning someone from Israel most likely.
Maybe Israeli Terrorist Czar Betty Nuttyahoo will give a speech in Louisville, comparing how his nation of land thieves, murderers, back-stabbers, liars, pedophiles and false flag experts treat black people in Israel, by giving them fresh dog shit in the face?
Or maybe El Supremo Erdogan will give his blessings to all, and know when to duck when the bullets and bombs start flying?
That someone not identified, tried to sneak a pistol thru the Louisville, KY airport on June 6, was caught, cited and released seems a bit odd. Wonder if he had any assistants?
Since 'The Greatest' was a devout Muslim who got into lots of trouble for refusing to go to Vietnam and kill on command, this would be a perfect setup for another Israeli False Flag, with the usual Muslim patsy's and Wolfie Blitzoid hyperventilating into his mic about the unfolding scripted crisis.
Wonder if Ali went to Hollycaust World and took a ride on the holocoaster?
Here's some advice from Muhammad...
"I'm not gonna help nobody get something my negroes don't have. If I'm gonna die, I'll die now right here fighting you, if I'm gonna die. You my enemy. My enemies are white people, not Viet Congs or Chinese or Japanese. You my opposer when I want freedom. You my opposer when I want justice. You my opposer when I want equality. You won't even stand up for me in America for my religious beliefs, and you want me to go somewhere and fight, but you won't even stand up for me here at home. "
David Frost: What would you like people to think about you when you've gone?
Muhammad Ali: I'd like for them to say:
He took a few cups of love.
He took one tablespoon of patience,
One teaspoon of generosity,
One pint of kindness.
He took one quart of laughter,
One pinch of concern.
And then, he mixed willingness with happiness.
He added lots of faith,
And he stirred it up well.
Then he spread it over a span of a lifetime,
And he served it to each and every deserving person he met.