[Editor’s Note: This article is a reprint that was published online on November 11, 2002.]

This is being written on the day after the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan delivered a momentous speech to America and to the nations of the earth, on October 16th. His May 2nd statement provides insights into his speech as well as context.

Here’s the conclusion of that interview started in last week’s article.

Minister Farrakhan: “So then, at my trial and in this time of trial, I will lose many. Some of the females that truly love the Minister will be present and the one male disciple, who will be present, will represent thousands who are absent, but who in the darkness are growing in faith because they are unhindered by the hypocrisy that will have been manifested inside the house, for they have grown up on the outside, with a more pure sight on the man than many whose sight has been dulled by their lack of faith; their doubt; their suspicion, which now manifests into absolute hypocrisy.


“All of this is as it was written. It leads to the glorification of God and His Christ. It also leads to the exaltation of the servant of God. In that darkness, I believe he will be taken. And there are those who will see him as he is taken, to bear witness to the others, that the stone that appeared to keep him where they thought they had him, has been removed and he is gone.

“So that is my answer to that question of deep significance—that maybe the answer should not be given until a certain time.”

Brother Jabril: “Yes sir.”

This ends the May 2nd interview.

This is that certain time. However, as it is his right, Minister Farrakhan has shared this with his staff across the country.

There are many ways to start the explanation that shows that Minister Farrakhan’s answers, which appeared (in Vol. 22, No. 2) constitute “the explanation of all things.”

I’m starting in the way that I am, due to the increasing gravity of these times, which fulfills the scriptures.

Let’s begin with a series of points. Why doubt the fact that high in the Bush administration, plans have been made for the imprisonment and death of Minister Farrakhan? Has this government ever sought to harm individuals and groups based on lies and wicked motivations?

If they really understood who Minister Farrakhan actually is, they would not even think evil of him, let alone plan his death?


The 19th chapter of the gospel of John describes Jesus’ death on the cross. Does this chapter teach of the one more or the last thing he was to do, before being taken alive to his father? Was it “dying”?

God has allowed Christians to hand down, throughout the centuries, the image of a nearly nude Jesus, hanging on a cross, between two others, who were deemed criminals. The authorities counted Jesus as a criminal. This has meaning for today.


President Bush and his cabinet swore on the Bible as the major part of their induction into the offices that they hold over the people of America. Are President Bush and his cabinet scholars of the scriptures? If not, then on whom do they depend for their views and insights into the thinking of God Almighty, who is the ultimate Author of the scriptures? How much does this influence their actions?

Do they believe that Jesus is up in the sky, from which he is to return to judge this world? Does “this world” include America? Do they believe that we are in the time described in the book of Revelation–especially in chapters 12, 13, 17 and 18?

The 12th and the 13th chapters contain predictions of their persecution of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad and his followers–especially Minister Farrakhan. The 17th and the 18th chapters teach of the consequences of this persecution of their ex-slaves.

Certain officials of this gov-ernment have been studying that huge half-mile by a half-mile plane, in the skies over America. Do they see this plane as the fulfillment of the 19th chapter of Revelation, that teaches of the awesome return of Jesus the Christ from the sky? Is this plane the reality of Ezekiel’s vision of the wheel in a wheel?


Is there a relation between the above and this from the book, “JFK” by L. Fletcher Prouty, who was the “Mr. X” in the movie titled “JFK” directed by Oliver Stone?

Mr. Prouty wrote on pages 287-288: “During the Kennedy years, people within the government and their close associates in academia and industry discussed frequently and quite seriously many of the major questions phrased by Leonard Lewin in Report From Iron Mountain. I had been assigned to the Office of the Secretary of Defense before the Kennedy election and was there when the McNamara team of ‘Whiz Kids’ arrived. Never before had so many brilliant young civilians with so many Ph.D.s worked in that office. It was out of the mouths of this group that I heard so frequently and precisely the ideas that Lewin recounts in his ‘novel.’ A brief sampling will show these words’ power on the thinking of that era:

‘Lasting peace, while not theoretically impossible, is probably unattainable; even if it could be achieved, it would most certainly not be in the best interests of a stable society to achieve it.

‘War fills certain functions essential to the stability of our society; until other ways of filling them are developed, the war system must be maintained–and improved in effectiveness.

‘War is virtually synonymous with nationhood. The elimination of war implies the inevitable elimination of national sovereignty and the traditional nation-state.

‘The organization of a society for the possibility of war is its principal political stabilizer. É The basic authority of a modern state over its people resides in its war powers.’

“There is no hard evidence that this political philosophy was that of President Kennedy or of senior members of his administration. Indeed, the Kennedy administration had already undertaken several courses of action that showed a clear intention to slow the forward thrust of the Cold War. One of these, of course, was spelled out in NSAM #263, which announced plans for the Vietnamization of the war in Indochina and the scheduled, early withdrawal of all American personnel.”

Several paragraphs later, and on page 289, Mr. Prouty wrote: “Kennedy’s plans would mean an end to the warfare in Indochina, which the United States had been supporting for nearly two decades. This would mean the end to some very big business plans, as the following anecdote will illustrate.” (Visit www.writtentestimony.com for details.)


So the rich continue to become richer, at the expense of the poor. For example, a major hospital–especially needed by Blacks, Mexicans and the poor here in Phoenix–has been purchased by a company that plans to replace its emergency and obstetric services with a money-making surgical unit.

Blacks, Mexicans, a few politicians and others are publicly speaking up for the community, who generally are calling this a case of “economic racism.” What’s happening to hospitals serving the poor in your cities?

The rich, generally deem the poor as ‘no-bodies.’ Example: They refuse reparations, let alone apologize for enslaving us–neither of which is justice.

More next issue, Allah willing.