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Jun 30, 2010

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Louis Farrakhan:

Twenty Controversial Quotes

Louis Farrakhan insists he’s misunderstood and his quotes are “taken out of context”.

We assembled a body of Louis Farrakhan quotes from throughout his public speaking.

The reader can then decide better for themselves about Farrakhan’s intent.

From Wikipedia:

Louis Farrakhan (born Louis Eugene Walcott, May 11, 1933), is the acting head of the Nation of Islam (NOI). Perhaps the most provocative aspect of Farrakhan’s political philosophy are comments he has made that have widely been seen as antisemitic.

Twenty controversial and anti-semitic quotes from the leader of the Nation of Islam.

“They call them terrorists, I call them freedom fighters.”

– Louis Farrakhan, on Hezbollah, at District Council 33 Union Hall, Philadelphia, April 22, 1996


“The Jews have been so bad at politics they lost half their population in the Holocaust. They thought they could trust in Hitler, and they helped him get the Third Reich on the road.”

–Saviours’ Day speech, Chicago, February 1998

“White people are potential humans – they haven’t evolved yet.”
–Philadelphia Inquirer, March 2000


“Now that nation called Israel, never has had any peace in forty years and she will never have any peace because there can never be any peace structured on injustice, thievery, lying and deceit and using the name of God to shield your dirty religion under His holy and righteous name.”
– Louis Farrakhan, 1984


“Many of the Jews who owned the homes, the apartments in the black community, we considered them bloodsuckers because they took from our community and built their community but didn’t offer anything back to our community.”


“The same year they set up the IRS, they set up the FBI. And the same year they set up the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith… It could be a coincidence… [I want] to see black intellectuals free… I want to see them not controlled by members of the Jewish community.”

“…America desires a moderate Islam; an Islam that America can control; an Islam that America can give direction to and give orders to its leaders. So, this war is against the Islam that the West does not control.”

“The Jews don’t like Farrakhan, so they call me Hitler. Well, that’s a good name. Hitler was a very great man.”

“It appears that there is a genocidal plan against Black people.”

“Dewey, Kant and Hegel, and the rabbis that wrote the Talmud, make blacks inferior.”


And here is one more, straight from the oven :-



Nation of Islam minister writes to leaders of more than dozen major US Jewish groups, denominations seeking 'repair of my people from the damage' he claims Jews have caused blacks for centuries

Associated Press

Published: 06.30.10, 12:11 / Israel News


Nation of Islam Minister Louis Farrakhan has written the leaders of more than a dozen major US Jewish groups and denominations seeking "repair of my people from the damage" he claims Jews have caused blacks for centuries.

Farrakhan sent the letter along with two books from the Nation of Islam Historical Research Team that the 77-year-old minister said prove "an undeniable record of Jewish Anti-Black behavior," starting with the slave trade and laws that discriminated against blacks.

"We could charge you with being the most deceitful so-called friend, while your history with us shows you have been our worst enemy," he wrote.

Farrakhan has long accused Jews of wrongdoing in speeches, but he has rarely addressed Jewish groups so directly in writing.

The Anti-Defamation League, a Jewish civil rights group which distributed copies of the letter, said in a statement Tuesday that Farrakhan's "anti-Semitism is obsessive, diabolical and unrestrained. He has opened a new chapter in his ministry where scapegoating Jews is not just part of a message, but the message."

'Sitting on top of the world in power'


In the letter, dated last Thursday, the Chicago-based Nation of Islam leader said he sought a dialogue with Jews. He sent the letter to groups including the Orthodox and Reform movements, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, and the American Jewish Committee, a New York-based advocacy and humanitarian nonprofit that spearheads inter-religious dialogue.

"This is an offer asking you and the gentiles whom you influence to help me in the repair of my people from the damage that has been done by your ancestors to mine," he writes. "Your present reality is sitting on top of the world in power, with riches and influences, while the masses of my people ... are in the worst condition of any member of the human family."

In the past, Farrakhan's most inflammatory comments have included referring to Judaism as a "gutter religion" and calling Adolf Hitler "wickedly great." Recently, he has railed against the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, which he claims is conspiring to trap the US in a war with Iran.

Farrakhan echoed similar comments last Saturday in an Atlanta speech titled, "Who Are the Real Children of Israel?"

He did not respond to several messages seeking comment Tuesday. Farrakhan has over the years denied claims of anti-Semitism, arguing his remarks are often taken out of context and that criticism of Jews in any light automatically earns the "anti-Semite" label.


1 comment:

Will said...

Hi Alex.
He's such a loving guy and moderate he and Obama could be "mental" twins.