Great Leaders Opposed By Jewish Groups
The magnificent message delivered by the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan on July 4, 2020, watered the souls of millions of people in America and around the world. Within 24 hours, the Minister’s message had been viewed by at least 1.8 million people. And the reactions to his bold and divinely inspired message have been profoundly positive.
And while the common man and woman praised God for the likes of a man like Louis Farrakhan, Jewish periodicals abound in a campaign to injure Minister Farrakhan and to douse the enthusiasm of those who were so edified by his message.
Prominent public figures like DeSean Jackson, Nick Cannon, Stephen Jackson, Allen Iverson and others have been pressured to apologize and explain their love and respect for one of Black America’s greatest champions, Min. Farrakhan.
The current fury with which Jewish periodicals are pursuing their daily character assassination of Minister Farrakhan has created a teachable moment. In fact, it is cause for an important lesson in history.
The oppressor can’t love the liberator
It is worth saying, and it is worth emphasizing that “Pharaoh didn’t love Moses.” Pharaoh hated Moses because the oppressor does not and cannot love the liberator. And Black people in America have been and continue to be oppressed by both Gentile and Jewish groups who rule over American institutions using White supremacy and Black inferiority as governing principles. One of the problems is that most in the Black community have been acquainted with Gentile White oppression; but this same group is all but oblivious to the harm and hurt caused by members of the Jewish community. And it is this previously hidden oppression that Minister Farrakhan exposes and explains.
Again, the oppressor cannot love the liberator. Black people have never had a true leader that was loved or approved of by the same people who have oppressed and enslaved us. This fact should empower all of us to refrain from apologizing for associating with or admiring a Black man or woman that the White power structure doesn’t like (i.e. Minister Farrakhan). How could an enslaved people realistically think that their slave master would approve of a man whose purpose it is to liberate the enslaved? Never has there been a greater conflict of interests than that which naturally exists between an enslaver and a liberator.
Allah (God) has reared, nurtured and elevated Minister Farrakhan to say things, to expose things and to reveal to the public previously hidden truths and realities that 85% of the general public remain oblivious to. He is like Jesus in that he is now known for certain “hard sayings” of truth. Author F.F. Bruce discusses the controversial sayings of Jesus in his book “The Hard Sayings of Jesus.” Examples of Jesus’ hard sayings include the following:
“You brood of vipers, how can you who are evil say anything good? For the mouth speaks what the heart is full of.” -Matthew 12:34
“You belong to your father, the devil, and you want to carry out your father’s desires. He was a murderer from the beginning, not holding to the truth, for there is no truth in him. When he lies, he speaks his native language, for he is a liar and the father of lies.” -John 8:44
It is because of Jesus’ hard sayings along with the New Testament’s exposing of the plot between the Roman and Jewish authorities to crucify Jesus, that the New Testament is considered the most anti-Semitic book of all time! The “Jewish Virtual Encyclopedia” states:
“The gospel story, which has generated more anti-Semitism than the sum of all the other anti-Semitic writings ever written…”
Minister Farrakhan is therefore in the good company of Jesus. The reaction to Jesus and the New Testament is analogous to the reaction to Min. Farrakhan and the “Secret Relationship Between Blacks and Jews.” Like Jesus, Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) also had problems created by his Jewish opponents. According to famous translator of the “Glorious Holy Qur’an,” Marmaduke Pickthall, Prophet Muhammad’s death is connected to his Jewish opposition. He notes:
“In the first year of this reign at Yathrib (Medina) the Prophet made a solemn treaty with the Jewish tribes, which secured to them equal rights of citizenship and full religious liberty in return for their support of the new State. But their idea of a Prophet was one who would give them dominion, not one who made the Jews who followed him as brothers of every Arab who might happen to believe as they did.
In the seventh year of the Hijra the Prophet led a campaign against Kheybar, the stronghold of the Jewish tribes in North Arabia, which had become a hornet’s nest of his enemies. The forts of Kheybar were reduced one by one, and the Jews of Kheybar became thenceforth tenants of the Muslims until the expulsion of the Jews from Arabia in the Caliphate of Umar. On the day when the last fort surrendered, Ja’far, son of Abu Talib, the Prophet’s first cousin, arrived with all who remained of the Muslims, who had fled to Abyssinia to escape from persecution in the early days. They had been absent from Arabia fifteen years. It was at Kheybar, that a Jewess prepared for the Prophet poisoned meat, of which he only tasted a morsel without swallowing it, then warned his comrades that it was poisoned. One Muslim, who had already swallowed a mouthful, died immediately, and the Prophet himself from the mere taste of it, derived the illness which eventually caused his death.”
Along with being in the good company of the powerful prophets and messengers of Allah (God), Minister Farrakhan is in the good company of the “Black Prophets” of the 20th Century struggle for justice in America. The one Black man who organized the largest Black movement in American history is the Hon. Marcus Mosiah Garvey. He described his Jewish problem in the following when he stated:
“When they wanted to get me they had a Jewish judge try me, and a Jewish prosecutor. I would have been freed but two Jews on the jury held out against me ten hours and succeeded in convicting me, whereupon the Jewish judge gave me the maximum penalty.”
The February 25, 1966 edition of the Detroit Jewish News carried an article entitled, “Tragic Tale of Malcolm X: Autobiography Denies Anti-Semitism, But Is Filled With It.” In the article, Malcolm is lambasted for being an anti-Semite:
“Much is said about Jews, Negroes relationship with them, and there are many charges against them. Malcolm played an interesting game, predicting that he would be accused of anti-Semitism and resenting it. Yet there is so much evidence of his dislike for Jews that it is impossible to view him other than anti-Semitic.”
Hon. Elijah Muhammad
Author Marc Dollinger discussed the opposition of the Jewish leaders to the Most Hon. Elijah Muhammad when he wrote:
“Despite the Nation of Islam’s political marginalization, American Jewish Committee officials still feared [Elijah] Muhammad. His charismatic personality, willingness to confront racism in the most dramatic rhetorical terms and ability to inspire even non-believing African American listeners concerned Jewish leaders. The Nation of Islam leader, they feared, could earn the respect of his black audiences, even if they chose not to join his movement.”
The ADL, whose claims to represent the Jewish community are in jeopardy due to the growing number of Jewish people who agree with Minister Farrakhan, actually planned their current tactics way back in 1994. Forcing celebrities like DeSean Jackson and Nick Cannon to apologize and be publicly humiliated for associations with Minister Farrakhan comes out of the ADL’s playbook. Their report entitled “Mainstreaming Anti-Semitism: The Legitimation of Louis Farrakhan” proposed:
“ADL is not going to make Farrakhan go away. What we can and should do is impose an obligation on those who deal with him, or, as in the case of universities, give him a platform. In each case, the burden should be on those who give Farrakhan some measure of credibility.”
As I have documented, Minister Farrakhan is a victim of character assassination. The Black community should not be surprised. This has not only happened to our heroes and heroines from the past, but it also happened to the Prophets of Allah (God). The opposition to Minister Farrakhan is therefore a defining moment in our history as a people. Each of us then, have to ask ourselves will we be on the right side of history when today’s events are written down for future generations? If you feel in your heart that you would have stood for Jesus, or stood for Prophet Muhammad, or stood for Garvey, Malcolm and Messenger Elijah Muhammad, then I say you can easily prove it, by finding the courage within yourself to stand and support the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan!
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