REPLAY:: The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan on The Chicago Morning Takeover Show to discuss his new album “Let’s Change The World” was last modified: May 11th, 2018 by BJ Blog Staff
STAND FOR CHIKESIA CLEMONS: If you called for #BoycottStarbucks over the arrest of the two brothers in Philadelphia, then you must call for #BoycottWaffleHouse and replace it as well after what happened to our sister Chikesia Clemons. This is far WORSE. That video is ANGERING. This was domestic terrorism and a public sexual assault at the hands of the Saraland Police Department in Alabama. Black bodies and Black dollars do not matter to these racist White-owned companies so we must #RedistributeThePain by withdrawing any and all support from them. Stop being naive to think that racial bias training will reform a racist Satanic mind. Wake up. There is no way any Black person should ever step a foot back into any Waffle House after this.
In a column for The Cut, Brittany Packnett writes:
While watching the video of 25-year-old Chikesia Clemons at a Waffle House in Saraland, Alabama, I realized Chikesia could have easily been me, my friends, or my cousins.
The clip, which circulated on social media yesterday, shows Chikesia sitting in a chair clutching her purse, while three white male police officers surround her, yelling and leaning over her before she’s wrestled to the ground with her breasts exposed. Throughout the incident, she repeatedly asks what she did wrong. “You’re not going to grab on me like that, no,” Chikesia says to one officer. “What are you doing?” Chikesia asks another. “I’ll break your arm, that’s what I’m about to do,” one responds. The other patrons of the Waffle House, mostly white, continue to quietly eat their food.
According to Chikesia’s mother, who spoke with Alabama Local, her daughter and her friend Canita Adams — who filmed the incident — had requested plastic flatware for their to-go meals. They were reportedly told it would cost them an additional 50 cents, and requested the number for their corporate offices to complain. Then, the police were called….
Chikesia may be alive, but she has yet to see justice. The public outcry after last week’s Starbucks incident was swift and loud, resulting in national news stories, boycotts of the ubiquitous chain, and an announcement from Starbucks that it will shutter all of its national storefronts on May 29 for racial bias training. But so far, the public response on Chikesia’s behalf has been far more quiet. There’s been less media coverage, and Waffle House has released just a single statement essentially telling us all to “wait and see,” as though the video didn’t show plenty. Will America allow the suffering of Black women to go unchecked, when we are leading the fight for so many others? Want to thank Black women for defeating Roy Moore? For voting against Donald Trump? Protect us. Support us. Demand justice for Chikesia.
Two Black men wrongly arrested at a Starbucks in Philadelphia for Sitting While Black?!?
The woman who filmed and tweeted this video, said: “@Starbucks The police were called because these men hadn’t ordered anything. They were waiting for a friend to show up, who did as they were taken out in handcuffs for doing nothing. All the other white ppl are wondering why it’s never happened to us when we do the same thing.”
I tweeted and posted on instagram, “Philly: It would seem to me that the best way to #BoycottStarbucks is to support @marclamonthill’s @UncleBobbies Coffee and Books and any other Black-owned spot in the city. Go there daily and do a BUYCOTT! Located at 5445 Germantown Ave.”
Well, just be sure to support your nearest BLACK-OWNED coffee shop today and every day.
In an interview on the afternoon of Friday, April 13, The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan forewarned President Donald J. Trump and the United States Government on what would happened if America attacked Syria.
“The Western world will not survive this war. So, once the war is started, the end of this present world has arrived,” said Minister Farrakhan during an interview on Freedom FM 106.5 in St. Kitts and Nevis.
The one-on-one with Clement Juni Liburd, the station’s founder, streamed live on their website and Facebook page. The hour-long discussion was wide-ranging.
“What is happening now, in America, is signaling the clouds of war to gather,” said Minister Farrakhan. “The Honorable Elijah Muhammad said that we’re in a period called the ‘lull before the storm’. The storm is World War III or what is called in the Bible: The War of Armageddon.”
Repeating the warning from his Teacher, the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad, Minister Farrakhan advised President Trump that it would be wise to delay this war. On Friday evening, the United States and their European allies launched airstrikes against Syria.
Watch the video of Minister Farrakhan words posted on his Facebook page.
(Source: NOI.org) This is an official statement from the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan, the Executive Council and the membership of the Nation of Islam and all those who struggle for the unrealized goal of freedom, justice and equality.
It is with great sadness, accompanied by great joy, that we heard the news that Winnie Madikizela Mandela, the mother and the heartbeat of the revolution, had passed. The sadness that I feel and we feel is that this great woman of struggle has been called back to the only life-giver that there is, Almighty God Allah. But the joy is that the heartbeat of the revolution can never die. For the revolution cannot die until true freedom, justice and equality come to every member of the suffering Black people of South Africa and Africa, and all those who suffer injustice.
When I visited South Africa on a chartered flight, when I stepped off the plane to fulfill an appointment with President Nelson Mandela, there was a man at the bottom of the stairs of the plane wrapped in chains. I looked at him and the journey continued to a beautiful five-star hotel in Johannesburg. And when we got out of our vehicles to go into the hotel that same man was there in chains. When I went up to my room I said to myself, and to others, he is telling us that South Africa is not yet free.
Mother Winnie Mandela in our meeting said to me that the enemy’s promises of tens of thousands of homes and electricity were never realized. A political compromise for the sake of non-violence was made so we would gain political power, a national anthem, a flag, and a place at the United Nations. But, the yet unrealized dream of the ownership of the wealth of South Africa returning to the Blacks remains. So when I met Mother Winnie Mandela at her home and we talked, she still was the heartbeat of the revolution. And today under a new president with new vision, the compromise has ended and the struggle begins anew and again. This struggle can never end with an anthem, with the appearance of political power and lacking the substance of economic power. The heartbeat of the revolution will continue until every square inch of South Africa is liberated and once again in the hands of the Original Owners of that land.
May the memory of Mother Winnie Mandela and the struggle that her husband and she waged always be remembered. So long as the struggle for power and control of the country—which has never been fully in the hands of the original people of South Africa—is unrealized, the heartbeat of Winnie Mandela will continue to send the life of liberation through it. Not only to free every corner of South Africa but all of Africa must eventually go free.
And the wicked ones who have stolen the land and the wealth of Africa must eventually give it all back or it shall be taken back by God and the people who refuse to let that heartbeat of true liberation, freedom, justice and equality die. She lives and the struggle continues until total victory.
As-Salaam Alaikum. Peace unto all who struggle.
The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan
National Representative of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad and the Lost Found Nation of Islam in the West
By Starla Muhammad | FinalCall.com
“The Talmud is to this day the circulating heart’s blood of the Jewish religion. Whatever laws, customs or ceremonies we observe—whether we are Orthodox, Conservative, Reform or merely spasmodic sentimentalists—we follow the Talmud. It is our law.”—Herman Wouk
When reports circulated that Israeli Sephardi Chief Rabbi Yitzhak Yosef referred to Black people as “monkeys” during a recent sermon and that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu equated migrants from Africa escaping war, famine and persecution with “terrorists” the response from members of the American Jewish community to these remarks could be described as tepid at best.
Public demands from Black politicians, media personalities and civil rights organizations for Jewish leaders to publicly renounce, denounce and rebuke the rabbi and prime minister or insist that they immediately resign their positions, was virtually non-existent.
Nowhere to be found were calls for any Jewish person to condemn and forever disassociate with any fellow Jews who may have ever met or shook hands with, spoken with or was in a room or event with or took a picture with either man. At presstime, there have been no reports of Jewish leaders having capitulated under pressure from Black leaders into renouncing Rabbi Yosef or Prime Minister Netanyahu.
The responses to these racist characterizations by Jewish leaders toward Black people has been the polar opposite of the public excoriation of Nation of Islam Minister Louis Farrakhan. The condemnations and media assault came after he pointed out Jewish behavior and conduct that has hurt and been detrimental to the Black community, in his remarks at the Nation of Islam’s annual Saviours’ Day convention in late February.
These differing reactions came at no surprise to Dr. Ray Winbush, research professor and director of the Institute for Urban Research at Morgan State University. He also said these types of anti-Black remarks from members of the Jewish community are also not surprising.
“Strangely enough, those who would readily and I’m talking about Black people—who would readily condemn Minister Farrakhan for what he said seem to not readily be capable or ready to condemn this Israeli Rabbi nor Netanyahu. It’s a double standard to say the least,” said Dr. Winbush.
“Concerning White people and the Zionists, they do what they have always done. They want to divide us by asking us to condemn our own leaders,” he added.” Dr. Winbush questions why the Black politicians who condemned the Minister do not collectively ask Jewish leaders to condemn their own leadership.
“The Minister doesn’t say the racist things that these guys say. It goes to the heart of how within the system of White supremacy, one of the strategies is deception and deceit. The Zionists have been deceitful and unfortunately their lackeys have been Black people who seem so readily wanting to eat off the crumbs from the table of the Zionists and they won’t condemn this Jewish rabbi simply because of the fact that they’re afraid of their masters,” said Dr. Winbush.
In a March 18 sermon, Rabbi Yosef used the derogatory term “kushi” which is a term found in the Jewish collection of laws and traditions—the Babylonian Talmud.
“You can’t make the blessing on every ‘kushi’ you see—in America you see one every five minutes, so you make it only on a person with a white father and mother,” the chief rabbi said. “How do would you know? Let’s say you know! So they had a monkey as a son, a son like this, so you say the blessing on him,” he was quoted as saying according to timesofisrael.com.
The Talmud also contains disparaging statements about Jesus, who Christians and Muslims say is the Messiah but who Jews reject. During his Saviours’ Day message, Min. Farrakhan pointed out among other passages, that the Talmud notes that Jesus is “boiling in hot excrement.”
Resolution seeking to condemn Farrakhan, blasted by activists, analysts: Congressional targeting of Minister denounced as driven by racial fears, double standards
BY CHARLENE MUHAMMAD -NATIONAL CORRESPONDENT
(Source: FinalCall.com) After failing efforts to get some Congressional Black Caucus members to repudiate Nation of Islam Minister Louis Farrakhan, a staunch supporter of Israel targeted the outspoken leader by sponsoring a House resolution to condemn him.
Several analysts and Nation of Islam officials blasted the resolution as indicative of a racial double standard in the country and efforts to control Black people. Min. Farrakhan, nor the Nation of Islam are anti-Semitic, added Black activists.
Republican Todd Rokita of Indiana introduced House Resolution 772 on March 13 claiming Min. Farrakhan promotes ideas that create animosity and anger toward Jewish Americans and the Jewish religion.
“This is insanity! Min. Louis Farrakhan is the only person in contemporary history who has been targeted by Congress for his views,” remarked Julianne Malveaux, Ph.D., economist, author, and former president of Bennett College.
“We have not seen the people in Charlottesville who killed the woman targeted. So the only person you could think of to target is a Black man who loves Black people,” she argued, referring to deadly violence that erupted during a Unite the Right rally in Virginia last May.
“We have tens of thousands if not millions of people, Black people, in these United States who are members of the Nation of Islam. They are productive people in our community, who many of us interact with, work with, on a daily basis. Min. Farrakhan is their chosen leader,” Dr. Malveaux stated.
She continued, “They are not racist people. They are not anti-Semitic. They are Black people. So, until these Jewish people who are running around asking Black people to buck dance, until they ask White people to buck dance, I ain’t having it! I’m just not having it!”
“If we’re gonna run around condemning people, I got a list! How come we have not condemned David Duke,” she asked, referring to the Ku Klux Klan grand wizard and former Republican state lawmaker in Louisiana. “What is this nonsense?”
Rep. Rokita’s proposed resolution came amid an onslaught of attacks on Min. Farrakhan in mainstream and social media by Jewish and Zionist groups, and repeated demands for some CBC members’ resignations.
The Republican Jewish Coalition was able to force Representatives Barbara Lee (D-Calif.), Danny Davis (D-Ill.), and Gregory Meeks (D-N.Y.) to rebuke Min. Farrakhan, but Maxine Waters (D-Calif.), Andre Carson (D-Ind.), and Al Green (D-Texas) did not. The Republican Jewish Coalition targeted lawmakers after photos of them with the Minister surfaced, and after learning the CBC met with the beloved Muslim leader.
The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan recently released his highly-anticipated album “Let’s Change the World” album. It features Grammy award winning artists and icons such as Stevie Wonder, Chaka Khan, Stephanie Mills, Common, Snoop Dogg, Rick Ross, Damian Marley, Teena Marie, and many more.
According to the official website, this music project is not only a tool in the Resurrection process but also a fund raiser to help further the Teachings of the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad through his greatest helper the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan.
This limited edition collector’s item includes 7 CD’s, along with nearly 100 pages filled with beautiful pictures, exclusive interviews and more. It also includes a bonus DVD of behind-the-scenes footage.
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Not content with slandering and attacking Nation of Islam Minister Louis Farrakhan, powerful Jewish Republicans, Zionists, right wing writers and the media are coming after Black politicians and activists. Must Black interests be held hostage in the name of twisted, one-sided Black-Jewish relationship?
The Jewish stranglehold on Black political leaders was manifested when some members of the Congressional Black Caucus pitifully caved in and capitulated to demands by the Republican Jewish Coalition that they denounce Nation of Islam Minister Louis Farrakhan.
Jewish and Zionist groups, right-wing and mainstream media unleashed a flood of slander and half-truths following his prophetic, late February address closing the Nation’s Saviours’ Day convention in Chicago.
The Jewish group called on Representatives Keith Ellison (D-Minn.), Barbara Lee (D-Calif.), Maxine Waters (D-Calif.), Danny Davis (D-Ill.), Andre Carson (D-Ind.); Gregory Meeks (D-N.Y.) and Al Green (D-Texas) to resign. The RJC demand followed about a week of daily news coverage and media denunciations as part of the “Farrakhan speech controversy.”
Chicago Democrat Davis initially responded by citing his history of opposing bigotry, but did not denounce Minister Farrakhan in interviews with the Daily Caller, a right wing website. Jewish pressure kept building and by the evening of March 8 Rep. Davis had joined Rep. Lee and Rep. Meeks in disavowing the Minister.
Dr. Boyce Watkins spoke candidly about the Black congressional cave ins: “It’s a lack of power. It’s fear! A lack of discipline, a lack of self-respect, which leads to no respect.”
“The members of the Congressional Black Caucus are basically admitting that they have no power. They should too be condemned for abandoning and disavowing the Black community,” the author and Black economic empowerment advocate said.
The lawmakers are political puppets who represent cosmetic diversity only but not ideological diversity, and people shouldn’t expect anything different than they would get from White men, he added.
“What’s interesting to me is that they will condemn the words of Minister Farrakhan and say we condemn hate speech of any kind, so you’re going out of your way to attack another Black person on behalf of White people … but in your quest to allegedly condemn hate speech of any kind, you never once condemn the Jewish community for running these record labels where every other rapper is calling Black people the N-word, and every other rapper is promoting Black genocide, which has been more insidious, more effective, longer lasting than the genocide imposed on the Jews during the reign of Adolf Hitler,” argued Dr. Watkins.
“What the Jewish community is going to have to confront is the fact that you have been our Hitler. You have mass-promoted, through media, the extermination of Black people through Black-on-Black crime, the complete disrespect of Black women and Black families in your music, and not once have you ever condemned that as hate speech,” Dr. Watkins told The Final Call.
“So, you condemn us. Well, we condemn you, so I guess that means everybody is condemning each other,” said Dr. Watkins. He’s not surprised by the condemnations and predicted more in upcoming days.
Between organizing the 60th Southern Christian Leadership Conference convention and the 50th commemoration of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Poor Peoples’ Campaign in Washington, D.C., Charles Steele, SCLC national president, said: “I am expressing not what the Minister said. I am talking about what he did.”
The civil rights leader, and recent inductee into the International Civil Rights Walk of Fame, repeated how the Minister saved SCLC as the organization was out of money and almost out of hope. Min. Farrakhan gave Dr. Steele money to keep the doors open while other funds were being raised.
“My response is not political. See all this stuff politicians are doing, that’s politics. I’m just talking about the facts. … I know that when I was in desperate need of saving this organization, when everybody had written it off, I went to Minister Farrakhan when every other door I tried—not that they meant anything bad—I’m just telling you, that it didn’t happen until I went to Minister Farrakhan, who didn’t question me and wrote me a check. Because I asked him to have faith in what I was doing in the spirit of Dr. King and the civil rights movement, I said because we are broke. And he said, ‘Brother Charles … I will help you, but there’s one thing I want you to understand. When I help you, you can’t pay me back,’ ” Dr. Steele said.
Pam Africa, founder of International Concerned Family and Friends of Mumia Abu-Jamal in Philadelphia, sees a power dynamic playing out and pressure exerted by Jewish groups isn’t rooted in fear, nor the fact that the lawmakers don’t care for Minister Farrakhan.
“They are doing it because of governmental terrorism. They are terrified to stand up and do the right thing,” said the activist.
“These church-going people claim to care and that they are God-fearing people. That’s not true, because you see it when you have a person who is godly, who’s standing before you, and tells the truth, you’re not afraid of him, because you stood with him,” she stated.
The Jewish influence on Black life shows Blacks have gotten nowhere in the Black-Jewish relationship, lamented Ms. Africa. Blacks have been relegated to the position of kiss-up and suck-ups to that which is wrong, as indicated by the Black lawmakers’ denunciation of Minister Farrakhan, she said.
“This is 2018 and we have been duped so much and get nothing from it, and people know that they can’t get anything from these people. That’s why people are gravitating to the continuous stand that the Minister has in teaching the people the truth. … This war of the gods, good and bad, could have been over a long time ago if we didn’t have weak people. They’re the Judas that Jesus Christ dealt with,” she argued.
Some pointed out naked politics in the RJC and right-wing attack against the Black Democrats. With discontent in the country over President Trump and controversies that could turn off female voters, the pressure on the Democrats, activists like Tamika Mallory and the “Farrakhan controversy” are designed to beat back possible GOP losses in 2018 mid-term elections by weakening Democrats and anti-Trump activists.
Donald Trump, Jr. attacked Min. Farrakhan via Twitter and blasted Democrats for not renouncing him. He derisively tweeted March 11 that Min. Farrakhan “sounds like the Democrat’s front runner for 2020. I guess they finally embraced God … which is nice!”
He was referring to a tweet by the Minister warning, “America: You are the most rotten nation on the Earth. That is why God has come, and you are No. 1 on His list to be destroyed.”
Ari Fleischer, a Republican Jewish Coalition board member and former spokesman for President George W. Bush, joined the anti-Farrakhan Twitter attacks supported by Sean Hannity, his other Fox News colleagues and Alan Dershowitz.
Jewish billionaire Sheldon G. Adelson, a casino magnate, is RJC board chairman and virulently pro-Israel. He once called for the U.S. to detonate a nuclear bomb in the Iranian desert to show the Islamic Republic that America was serious. His influence and multi-million dollar donations are believed to have influenced President Trump’s decision to declare Jerusalem the capital of Israel, which was condemned as horrible policy around the globe and contrary to the advice of Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson and Defense Secretary Jim Mattis. Adelson donations included $20 million to a pro-Trump political action committee, $1.5 million to the Republican convention, and additional funds for the inauguration. The president’s son-in-law, a strong supporter of Israel, and a daughter are also Jewish.
“We are writing this open letter to express our deep disappointment with your published denouncement of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan’s Saviours’ Day 2018 message at the behest of the Republican Jewish Coalition, the anti-Defamation League and others who represent White supremacy and the continuing effort to destroy our community,” said the Executive Council of the Nation of Islam on March 9, speaking to members of the Black Caucus. (See additional coverage pages 4 and 24.)
RJC pressure in America, Black suffering in Israel
Congressmen Lee, Davis and Meeks joined the unenviable ranks of Rep. Ellison, who had been the lone CBC member to publicly denounce Minister Farrakhan in seeking to head the Democratic National Committee.
Not every member of the Congressional Black Caucus had kowtowed to Jewish demands to disavow Minister Farrakhan at Final Call presstime.
Rep. Carson spoke to Indianapolis-based FOX 58 TV host Angela Ganote about the Republican Jewish Coalition in a March 9 interview: “That organization (the RJC) doesn’t have any credibility with me. I know they have a political agenda. The Congressional Black Caucus is asking that organization to condemn (Israeli Prime Minister) Benjamin Netanyahu and the (Israeli) government for discriminating against Africans who are migrating, who are fleeing dictatorships, who are fleeing oppression. There’s a great deal of bigotry and racism happening right now they fail to condemn.”
Rep. Carson said his record shows he’s consistently condemned any kind of discrimination.
The Final Call had received no response to its requests for interviews with Rep. Lee, Rep. Waters and other CBC members at press time.
During his Feb. 25 message, Minister Farrakhan responded to charges of anti-Semitism that reemerged with the publication of a 2005 photo of the Minister and then-Senator Barack Obama of Illinois.
After howling unsuccessfully for President Obama to repudiate Min. Farrakhan again, the ADL, other paternalistic Zionist organizations and Jewish publications demanded to know why the Minister was invited to the Congressional Black Caucus legislative weekend, where the photo was taken. They polled Black lawmakers and again demanded that “Farrakhan be repudiated.” A majority of Black congressmen did not bow to their demands.
“So you will turn on your brother for some advantage in their world,” said Min. Farrakhan. “If you want something from the White man and you have to denounce me, how will you act when your trial comes?”
Min. Farrakhan described how Black politicians and leaders call for his help but bow to Jewish and White interests when pressured. Minister Farrakhan called out his Jewish detractors to a public debate and challenged them to defeat the truth that he has consistently spoken from the Honorable Elijah Muhammad that Blacks in America fulfil prophecy and are the true children of Israel.
Similarly in a 2010 open letter, Min. Farrakhan urged Black leaders to review the book, “The Secret Relationship Between Blacks and Jews, Part 2” which documented how Jews gained control of the Black economy and benefitted from their paternal relationship with Blacks. (See page 22 for a copy of the letter.)
“Whenever the Light of Truth has been shone on them, they reach for you to defend them against the Truth that uncovers the horror that has been done to us. They have always been successful pitting us against each other thus keeping them from facing the Truth of their real relationship with us. As they call upon you to denounce me as an anti-Semite and, because of the favor you believe you owe them for what they have done to help make life comfortable for you; I am asking you to stand down. I am asking you to read this research and then discuss it with your Jewish friends. Would you condemn me as an anti-Semite for exposing the research that shows them as being anti-Black? I am asking you to stand down and let them come out to me to defend their record and history of their relationship with us that we compiled from that which was written by their own scholars, historians, and Rabbis,” he wrote. “If you become an apologist for them in this hour, you will be seen by the masses of our people as a modern day Uncle Tom who believes you owe more to them than to the masses of our suffering people.”
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL OF THE NATION OF ISLAM
IN THE NAME OF ALLAH, THE BENEFICENT, THE MERCIFUL. I BEAR WITNESS
THAT THERE IS NO GOD BUT ALLAH AND MUHAMMAD IS HIS MESSENGER
(PEACE BE UNTO YOU)
TO REPRESENTATIVES DANNY K. DAVIS (D) IL,
GREGORY MEEKS (D) NY AND BARBARA LEE (D) CA.
March 9, 2018
We are writing this open letter to express our deep disappointment with your published denouncement of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan’s Saviors’ Day 2018 Message at the behest of the Republican Jewish Coalition, the anti-Defamation League and others who represent White supremacy and the continuing effort to destroy our community. It is abhorrent for you, as elected officials, to defend these people against the Truth that uncovers the horror that has been done to Black people and to serve as their mouthpiece, rather than allow them to defend themselves against their record and history which proves that they are anti-Black.
In his Open Letter to Black Leadership, dated July 19, 2010, Minister Farrakhan wrote to you, in part:
Whenever the Light of Truth has been shone on them, they reach for you to defend them against the Truth that uncovers the horror that has been done to us. They have always been successful pitting us against each other thus keeping them from facing the Truth of their real relationship with us. As they call upon you to denounce me as an anti‐Semite and, because of the favor you believe you owe them for what they have done to help make life comfortable for you; I am asking you to stand down.
Would you condemn me as an anti‐Semite for exposing the research that shows them as being anti‐Black?
If you become an apologist for them in this hour, you will be seen by the masses of our people as a modern ‐ day Uncle Tom who believes you owe more to them than to the masses of our suffering people. If you attack me at their insistence you will be seen as an enemy of the rise of our people as well as an enemy of your rise. The masses of our people are awakening and are increasingly angry at the reality of our condition.
Most of you are afraid to face such a formidable and powerful enemy. So, I implore you to stand to the side and let them come out and defend themselves and argue against the truth that I and we speak and write.
Remember, it was the same Satanic Jews of yesterday that conspired against Jesus and had him killed by the ruling authority of the Roman Empire. They hatedJesus because he told the truth. Jesus was ridiculed, falsely charged, lied on, evil spoken of and called a hater and a bigot.
He who does not learn the lessons of history is doomed to repeat them. Perhaps you can avoid the errors of the past and not let an innocent man be condemned.
“RESIST THE DEVIL AND HE WILL FLEE FROM YOU!” James 4:7
Respectfully and Sincerely Submitted,
On Behalf of The Executive Council of the Nation of Islam