Thursday, February 7

From The Final Call Newspaper

The Aim of This World? Kill The Messenger of God

By The Final Call |




Unrelenting attacks on the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan have continued and moved again into Congress under the guise of an anti-hate resolution. It is insulting and beyond ironic that a man who repairs and uplifts those damaged and destroyed by hatred has become the target of such blatant and vicious lies.

But, it’s not an unexpected travesty for a nation steeped in falsehood and experiencing a revived sense of White victimhood and emboldened bigotry. Pushing the anti-Farrakhan and the anti-Black agenda are Jewish groups. A resolution was introduced Jan. 23 by House members Lee Zeldin (R-N.Y.), one of two Jewish Republicans in Congress, co-chair of the House Republican Israel Caucus, and member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, joined by Representatives Ted Budd (R-N.C.), Elise Stefanik (R-N.Y.) “rejecting anti-Israel and anti-Semitic hatred in the United States and around the world, which is becoming more widely embraced and accepted within American politics and the halls of Congress.”

The resolution leads with three false allusions to Min. Farrakhan. It would have you think that the Minister is the leading threat to the Zionist state and Jewish people. But the Minister has no record of hating nor injuring Jewish people. In 85 years of life and over 60 years of public life, he has never called for harming one Jewish person, Jewish enterprise or Jewish interest. Not one of his followers has attacked one Jewish person nor deprived one Jewish person of their rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

What is the end game?

We believe that Black people are the choice of God today. We fulfill the prophecy of Abraham’s seed going into bondage under a strange people in a strange land, until the coming of God Himself to deliver that people. After the brutality, murder, slavery, suffering, death and torture we have endured and still endure, one would be hard-pressed to find a more fitting candidate.

So in that light, the aim of this world, as the Minister has taught us, is to kill the messenger of God. Min. Farrakhan occupies that position today as a modern Aaron who is a helper to the Hon. Elijah Muhammad, the Modern Moses.

The campaign begins as the Holy Qur’an describes, they attempt to put out the light of Allah with their mouths—slander, untruths, fabrications. It ends with the biblical crucifixion of Jesus, an attempt to take his physical life.

Given this country’s history and bloody hands at home and abroad, you would be foolish to think that the last man standing, as former Black Panther Party leader and Black liberation stalwart Elaine Brown observed, is not the target of such plots. Some have openly asked on social media and in newspaper articles why the Minister is not dead and spoken of their desire that his life end. Jewish leaders and publications have declared the Minister should not be welcome anywhere and condemn anyone who dares come hear him. So the plot is to isolate him, defame him, perhaps secretly detain him—as we have watched the steady erosion of personal freedoms in this country—and destroy him.

The Senate censured this man 97-0 in 1994.

Today a new resolution tries to frame him as a leading threat to Jewish people. He is no such threat. But these members of the Synagogue of Satan, which includes their likeminded Gentile brethren, understand his shedding light on their evil means the end of their power and their world. It means an end to the Ten Percent who suck the blood of the poor all over the earth. These Satanic Ones delight in war, reap its bloody benefits, commandeer natural resources, destroy nations and prop up despots who do their bidding.

“As a revolutionary, the life of Jesus, as recorded in the Gospels is a wonderful example to study. Every Black leader of consequence has been crucified and has knowingly or unknowingly followed in the footsteps of Jesus,” wrote the Minister in “The Aim of the Enemy,” an article posted online by The Final Call in May, 2000.

“We must remember that no Black man who has become international in terms of unifying the Black struggle in America with the struggle of Blacks throughout the world has ever been loved by the Government of the United States. … Paul Robeson, W.E.B. Dubois, Marcus Garvey, Adam Clayton Powell, Malcolm X, Martin Luther King, the Honorable Elijah Muhammad all had global respect and ties, and, each one during his life time was turned on by his own people by the mischief of the media and did not live to see the acclaim that would ultimately come to them. When it appeared that these leaders were no longer a threat to the aims or objectives of the United States Government, the purposeful revision of the goals and objectives of these great men, thus, destroying their ideas among the people is what allowed the enemies to sanitize them, exalt their names and their faces because the public would no longer be familiar with the ideas of these men that made them a target of the American establishment.”

There is no segment of Black America that has not been touched in some way by the good work and wisdom of Min. Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam. Would we cower in the face of lies and accusations? Would we reject a true servant and friend to embrace an enemy? Would we desert a man whose only crime is loving us and having a willingness to speak bold truth to our oppressors? Such betrayal would earn us hell fire we would richly deserve. It is the time of our rise. Would we choose to be willing slaves?