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Farrakhan Rants About Jewish Control During Sunday Sermon (VIDEO)

July 3, 2012 2:25 pm 5 comments

Louis Farrakhan. Photo: www.mediaoutrage.com.

Nation Of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan delivered an anti-Semitic tirade during his sermon in Chicago’s Mosque Maryam this past Sunday, claiming that Jews control the media and the world, according to a report by the Anti-Defamation League.

Farrakhan claimed that the Jews are the superiors of the white race. Afterwards, the cleric instigated an alarming call-and-response with his audience as transcribed below:

Farrakhan: Go back to the Secret Relationship [Between Black and Jews] …White people are wise and the wisest of white people are the members of the Jewish community…They are wise and they are the guards of their own world. Are you mad with me for saying that? [Audience: “No sir!”] You can’t go nowhere in their world without paying obeisance to them.

How many of you are lawyers? Only have one in the house? No wonder we go to jail so much, brother! But at the top of the law profession, who are the top in law

Audience: Jews.

Farrakhan: Sorry I didn’t hear you.

Audience: Jews!

Farrakhan: Any doctors in the house? Ain’t got no doctors? Oh there’s one way in the back. At the top of the medical profession, the top in that are members of the Jewish community. Anybody in media? Who’s the top in that field?

Audience: Jews.

Farrakhan: Anybody a rapper in the house? There’s rappers. You can rap, ain’t nothing wrong with that, but at the top of that are those that control the industry. Any of you have Hollywood ambitions, Broadway ambitions… Who’s the top of that?

Audience: Jews.

Farrakhan: Same people! They’re masters in business. Well I’m not a businessman I’m a banker. Well who’s the master of the bankers?

Audience: Jews.

Farrakhan: TALK TO ME!

Audience: Jews!

Farrakhan: You don’t discredit them because they’re masters, you discredit them by the way they use their mastery.

Audience: [applause]

Farrakhan: Now, I close.

Farakhan has been implicated in the past for anti-Jewish an  anti-Israel statements, including his 1984 sermon about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, when he referred to Judaism as a “gutter” and “dirty” religion. Though Farakhan denied the statement in his letter to the Wall Street Journal that year, tape archives demonstrate that Farakhan indeed uttered those words.

To watch a video of Farrakhan ranting about the Zionist’s control of America, click below.

5 Comments

  • Ian M. Sirota

    In other news, the world is round, the sky is blue, and it gets dark at night. This is nothing new. Louis Farrakhan has always been and will always be a venomous anti-Semite.

  • Jewish religion loves opinions and hates truth! And Jesus is grace and truth (John 1:17). The double minded man is proud and humbled at the same dam time. How can that be? *1st Kings 18:21 And Elijah came unto all the people, and said, How long halt ye between two opinions? if the Lord be God, follow him: but if Baal, then follow him. And the people answered him not a word. *John 7:13 Howbeit no man spake openly of him for fear of the Jews. (Esther 8:17). (John 8:44 equals Jude 11 Cain and Esau lineage is ruling the world now, the devil art thou, thou art)

  • Ignore Farakahn. He’s another angry ignorant human. The Jews were also slaves, We as a people rose above the slave mentality, got educated, worked hard at being the best of the less than 1% of the population.
    All Farrakhan is doing is perpetuating the slave mentality.

    He too has a right to free speech.
    Let him rant. If he comes looking for, I’ll shoot him in the mouth!

  • If 2% of the US population can control the country so completely, doesn’t that make everyone else out to be pretty pathetic?

  • Obama was at the Million Man march and has always made it clear that he supports Calypso Louie…Everything Calypso Louis says Obama believes…Just ask Rev Wright and Rashid Khalidi…

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