Rev. Louis Farrakhan gave a Saviours’ Day 2018 Address on Sunday in which he declared that “the powerful Jews are my enemy,” and “white folks are going down.” We’ve reported on past Saviours’ Day speeches from Farrakhan and they’re just as hateful. If you take the time to listen to portions of this year’s speech, it’s full of the most vile and hateful things against jews and whites. He even says, “some of us are going to have to fight”…”Cant’ wait to kill the enemy” and then he mentions President Trump….Farrakhan is the definition of hate!
Washington Examiner reports:
The Chicago speech went widely unnoticed at first, but garnered more traction on Wednesday when excerpts were tweeted out. Liberal CNN anchor Jake Tapper, for example, tweeted out a thread of the keynote speech with some of his quotes, and said Farrakhan was more dangerous than other “alt-reich” leaders because he “has a much larger following and elected officials meet with him openly.”:
The difference between Farrakhan and some members of the alt-reich whose heinous bigotry has received a lot of attention this past year: Farrakhan has a much larger following and elected officials meet with him openly.
— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) February 28, 2018
THE VIDEO BELOW IS 4 HOURS LONG SO WE’RE GIVING YOU TIME REFERENCES TO MAKE IT EASIER TO LOCATE THE HATE SPEECH:
At the 3:39 point Farrakhan says: at 3;49: “White folks are going down. And Satan is going down. And Farrakhan …has pulled the cover off the eyes of that Satanic Jew and I’m here to say your time is up, your world is through.”
“Jews were responsible for all of this filth and degenerate behavior that Hollywood is putting out, turning men into women and women into men,” Farrakhan said in his keynote speech.
“White folks are going down. And Satan is going down. And Farrakhan, by God’s grace, has pulled a cover off of that Satanic Jew, and I’m here to say your time is up, your world is through,” Farrakhan said towards the end of his speech.
Farrakhan is the Nation of Islam leader that then-Sen. Barack Obama took a photo with at a 2005 Congressional Black Caucus meeting.
The photographer, Askia Muhammad, said he “gave the picture up at the time and basically swore secrecy” to not publish it because it would have most likely “made a difference” in Obama’s political future.
FARRAKHAN WITH THE CBC: