*Some praise Al Sharpton for his activism and helping the black community.

Others feel quite differently about him — saying he’s only an attention seeker.  And Uncle Luke (Luther Campbell) is one of those people.

It doesn’t surprise him Sharpton was a FBI informant in the past.

In fact, Luke believes Sharpton really hasn’t done anything for the black community…. ever!

Here’s what Luke blogged for the Miami News Times:

“initially, Sharpton denied it. Now he’s claiming he cooperated with the FBI only because his life had been threatened by gangsters. Yeah, right.”

Luke goes on to write that those who believe Sharpton have been bamboozled.

“Sharpton has been bamboozling African-Americans ever since he joined the civil rights movement,” he wrote. “He’s always been a government double agent, pretending to help black people when he really does nothing for them.

“Sharpton is a great showman who can get cameras to follow him around. His job is to fool African-Americans into thinking someone is fighting for them.

Luke wrote he has been dealing with two-time activists since was an underground DJ — making promises they can’t keep for the community they are so-called representing.

Luke called out Sharpton for a number of issues he was supposed to be advocating.

“When he came to Florida following the murder of Miami Gardens teenager Trayvon Martin, Sharpton vowed he would lead the fight to repeal the state’s Stand Your Ground law,” he wrote. “Two years after the boy’s death, the law is still on the books and Sharpton hasn’t done anything about it.”

His blog continued with … “he promised to move to Chicago’s worst neighborhoods to fight the gun violence killing so many black people in the Windy City,” he wrote. “According to a recent article, Sharpton leased an apartment in an affluent part of town and stays there only once a week.”

Luke clearly doesn’t think very highly of Sharpton and highlighted his opinion of the “government stool pigeon.”

“… Sharpton has gotten two book deals, a host spot on a national news talk show, and fame. He’s the greatest snitch ever,” he wrote concluding his blog on Sharpton.