WHAT HAS THE NEW SPIRITUAL LEADER OF THE MARXIST/PROGRESSIVES (DEMOCRATS) SAID THAT HAS INSPIRED THEMRead Now
Louis Farrakhan has become the new spiritual leader of the Marxist/Progressives (Democrats). Members of the Black Congressional Caucus, the leadership of the Women’s March, and the leadership of the DNC have all embraced and endorsed the philosophy of Farrakhan. Other members of the Marxist/Progressives (Democrats) refuse to denounce those who publicly associate with Farrakhan.
Here is what Farrakhan has stated and what the Marxist/Progressives are embracing.
Farrakhan has consistently described the Jewish synagogue as the “Synagogue of Satan” and has claimed that “the Satanic Jews…control everything and mostly everybody.” In 2011, he said: “Some of you think that I’m just somebody who’s got something out for the Jewish people. You’re stupid. Do you think I would waste my time if I did not think it was important for you to know Satan? My job is to pull the cover off of Satan so that he will never deceive you and the people of the world again.”
“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,” Farrakhan claimed in 1998.
“White people deserve to die, and they know, so they think it’s us coming to do it,” Farrakhan said in 2015. He has also called white people “white devils,” “potential humans” who “haven’t evolved yet” and “sinful by nature.”
Farrakhan has repeatedly accused the Jews of being behind the September 11 terrorist attacks, which he claims was a false flag attack. In 2015, for example, he claimed that “there were many Israelis and Zionist Jews in key roles in the 9/11 attacks” and claimed that “many Jews received a text message not to come to work on September 11.” Farrakhan claimed in 2016 that “Osama Bin Laden didn’t destroy the Twin Towers. That was a false-flag operation to take the world’s attention away from the great disunity in America after George W. Bush stole the election.”
Opposing interracial marriage has been a consistent position for Farrakhan. “Now God don’t want you intermarrying with [white women],” Farrakhan said in a 2016 speech posted to Facebook. “The fact is that God wanted us to be with ourselves, us with our women. He respected white people who wanted to keep their race white, because we sure want to keep ours from being any further mongrelized.”
Farrakhan spoke positively about comparisons between himself and Adolf Hitler in 1984. “The Jews don’t like Farrakhan, so they call me Hitler. Well, that’s a good name. Hitler was a very great man.” Farrakhan praised Hitler’s leadership against the United States in World War II. He briefly touched on the Holocaust, saying he wasn’t “proud of Hitler’s evil against the Jewish people, but that’s a matter of reckon.” He then praised Hitler’s leadership and compared himself to Hitler.