Farrakhan, Dems still blaming, hating Jews

Wednesday, March 21, 2018
Chad Groening (OneNewsNow.com)

Obama and Farrakhan picA conservative black activist says that it is past time for the radical head of Nation of Islam, Louis Farrakhan, to be held accountable for his anti-white, and anti-Jewish rhetoric.

Recently, Farrakhan delivered an incendiary speech at Savior's Day 2018 – an annual gathering of his followers in Chicago, Illinois.

During the event, the antagonistic leader attacked whites, Jews and President Donald Trump.

"White folks are going down – and Satan is going down,” Farrakhan orated from the stage. “And Farrakhan – by god's grace – has pulled the cover off that Satanic Jew, and I'm here to say your time is up … your world is through."

Jesse Lee Peterson, who serves as founder and president of The Brotherhood Organization of a New Destiny (BOND), maintains that this is hardly the first time Farrakhan has spewed out his hate.

"Louis Farrakhan has been blaming the Jews for everything that's wrong with black people,” Peterson pointed out. “And yet he's been supported by some black preachers and politicians, and so to see him making these statements recently about white people deserve to die and the Jews and everything [is unexcusable]. And he has [the] support of members of the Black Congressional Caucus and others, [which] is no surprise to me, because it's been going on for years."

The conservative black leader then insisted that good people must not be afraid to tell the truth.

"It doesn't matter that the president has a positive impact on the whole country – especially black people,” Peterson continued. “They don't want that to get out because they don't want the blacks to wake. And unfortunately, due to the destruction of the family and the lack of moral character in the black community, we're not going to see a change until a majority of white Americans and others start telling the truth."           

Peterson went on to assert that Farrakhan and people like him are evil and should not be followed.

More anti-Semitism from the left …

Not long after Farrakhan’s latest anti-Semitic rant, the head of a messianic Jewish ministry said that she was not surprised by another attack on Jews, which involved a member of the Washington D.C. council posting an anti-Semitic comment on social media.

Democratic Councilman Trayon White received a lot of negative feedback after he posted a Facebook video blaming a recent snowstorm in Washington, D.C., on a well-known Jewish banking dynasty.

After the backlash, White apologized to "the Jewish Community and anyone I have offended" via an Instagram post.

Olive Tree Ministries Founder and Director Jan Markell, who hosts Understanding the Times on American Family Radio, denounced the anti-Semitism that has been tolerated more and more by society.

"The sentiment among the Jewish people has been bitter all throughout history,” Markell impressed. “It's because of [a] mindset like this. This man is an African American. What if somebody were to casually make an anti-African American slur? How would he feel? I think he would be quite upset by it. And yet, he casually made an anti-Israel, anti-Jewish slur."

Markell also noted resentment of the Rothschilds banking dynasty – which the D.C. councilman blamed the weather on – has spurred anti-Semitism over the years.

"The Rothschilds' plan certainly did exist,” Markell pointed out. “Now, how much did they actually manipulate the currency and economy? I think that's probably up for argument. The point is, when we further these kinds of conspiracies, people are killed for it. So yeah, it's a terrible thing to keep furthering."


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