Nation of Islam Leader Farrakhan Rails Against “Satanic Jews” Amid Facebook Ban
May 11, 2019
The religious leader and activist, who earlier compared Jews to termites and referred to the “Synagogue of Satan”, was removed from the platform last week for inciting hatred.
Louis Farrakhan, the controversial leader of the Nation of Islam religious group, has fought back against his recent Facebook ban, mentioning the “Satanic Jews” in a defiant speech.
The 86-year-old minister, who has been criticised for his anti-Semitic rhetoric in the past, made the comments at the St. Sabina Catholic Church in Chicago, which live-streamed the event on Facebook.
“I used that platform with respect,” Farrakhan said. “I have not said one word of hate. I do not hate Jewish people. Not one that is with me has ever committed a crime against the Jewish people, black people, white people — whatever your colour is. As long as you don’t attack us, we don’t bother you.”
“It’s this that they fear,” he told the crowd, pointing at his mouth. “I
don’t have no army. I just know the truth. And I’m here to separate the
good Jews from the Satanic Jews.”
Farrakhan was invited to speak by Rev. Michael Pfleger of the Archdiocese of Chicago, who said that Facebook wanted to ban him “to keep people from hearing his whole talk, his entire message and the truth that he seeks to teach us”.
The president of the Illinois Holocaust Museum slammed the reverend’s move, claiming that he had provided Farrakhan with a “platform for hatred”.
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My Service to the Nation of Islam
Michael Hoffman • February 21, 2019 • 143 Comments
If you had asked this writer on February 5 if I would be flying to Chicago nine days later on the eve of the Nation of Islam’s national convention (known as “Saviour’s Day”), I would not have known what you were talking about. Yet by February 7 I had a plane ticket and a hotel reservation. Something approaching the miraculous clung to the whole of my peregrination among the black Muslims of America. My relations with the Nation of Islam begin in the 1990s when I assisted a remarkable black scholar, Tony Martin, Ph.D. Dr. Martin was a native of the island of Trinidad where he was educated by Catholic clergy. He become a barrister in England and eventually Professor of African studies at Wellesley, the elite women’s college in Massachusetts which Hillary Clinton attended years before Dr. Martin arrived, and where the scions of wealthy Americans, including a notable percentage of Judaic parents, send their children.
Dr. Martin had the knowledge, oratorical ability and teaching expertise to have very likely climbed the ranks of black American academics and assumed a place next to or surpassing Henry Louis Gates, the current star of that firmament. During his ascent up the career ladder, Martin encountered the Nation of Islam’s two volume masterpiece, The Secret Relationship Between Blacks and Jews, which demonstrates the explosive revisionist fact that the holocaust against blacks in America, otherwise known as their epoch of enslavement on these shores, was a Judaic operation. Martin made the intrepid decision to introduce The Secret Relationship volumes to his students. We hesitate to employ the shopworn cliche, “Then all hell broke loose,” but nothing else is so apropos to describe what happened next. The persecution of Professor Martin was underway. I recall him telling me how his Judaic students, out of the egoism which had been imparted to them (through no fault of their own) by their parents and culture, were shocked and incredulous in the face of the facts he presented. “We’ve never enslaved anyone! We’ve always helped African-Americans” was their refrain, which proved to be futile in the face of the truths which steam-rolled their illusions.
Too often what do Zionists do when truth confronts their dogma? They persecute and they censor. Dr. Martin recounts the ordeal in his classic book: The Jewish Onslaught: Despatches from the Wellesley Battlefront. Over the course of many years he began to speak at mostly white revisionist history functions sponsored by Paul Fromm in Canada and at David Irving’s annual conference in Cincinnati, which is where this writer met him and we began to collaborate. In the course of our friendship Dr. Martin put me in touch with the Historical Research Department of the Nation of Islam, the eminent scholars responsible for The Secret Relationship books. The persecution of Dr. Martin lasted for years until finally, with his health declining, he took an early retirement and returned to his native Trinidad, where he died in 2013 at age 71. When it occurred to me that Providence was directing me to the Nation’s 2019 conference in Chicago, Feb. 15-17, I contacted a member of the Historical Research Department and he arranged for free passes to all convention seminars and workshops and a VIP seat at Minister Farrakhan’s keynote speech at the United Center, a large facility which is home to the Chicago Bulls NBA basketball team, among other events.
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Video clip: See why Zuckerberg banned Louis Farrakhan from Facebook. Minister Farrakhan says what your pope, priests, preachers and TV evangelists have never dared to say in defense of the Holy Name of Jesus, contra the hatred for Him in the Talmud—hatred approved by the System. pic.twitter.com/4AEP3vfd3G— Michael Hoffman (@HoffmanMichaelA) May 10, 2019
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