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lakeway11
Mar 23rd, 2006, 02:33 AM
Tuesday, March 21, 2006 9:51 a.m. EST
Louis Farrakhan Rips 'Wicked Jews' in Hollywood

["I'm warning you America," Farrakhan continued. "You better get rid of them neo-cons. That's the synagogue of Satan"] :bounce:


It's been nearly a month since Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakahan blamed "Zionists and neo-cons" for "manipulating" President Bush into invading Iraq - before blasting "wicked Jews" in Hollywood for promoting "lesbianism [and] homosexuality."

Yet, outside of a few newspapers in Chicago, the same press that showers positive coverage on Farrakhan's Million Man marches has yet to get around to covering his Feb. 26 Saviours Day speech.

"These neo-cons and Zionists have manipulated Bush and the American government and our boys and girls are dying in Iraq and in Afghanistan for the cause of Israel, not for the cause of America!" the honorable minister claimed. "Israel is the tail waggin' the dog, which is America."

"I'm warning you America," Farrakhan continued. "You better get rid of them neo-cons. That's the synagogue of Satan. They have made America weak. You're a weak nation now, and your country has been taken from you by the synagogue of Satan. They own Congress. That's why the Congress ain't right."



After critiquing the Washington political scene, Farrakhan turned his attention to Hollywood:
"These false Jews promote the filth of Hollywood that is seeding the American people and the people of the world and bringing you down in moral strength ... It's the wicked Jews the false Jews that are promoting lesbianism, homosexuality. It's wicked Jews, false Jews that make it a crime for you to preach the word of God, then they call you homophobic!"

The honorable minister went so far as to predict that "wicked state of Israel" would be "cleansed with blood."

"And the Christian right, with your blindness to that wicked state of Israel ... can that be the holy land, and you have gay parades, and want to permit to have a gay parade in Jerusalem when no prophet ever sanctioned that behavior. How can that be the Israel, how can that be Jerusalem with secular people running the holy land when it should be the holy people running the holy land. That land is gonna be cleansed with blood."

One wonders how much coverage Rev. Pat Robertson would have gotten if he'd uttered similar comments.

http://www.newsmax.com/archives/ic/2006/3/21/95331.shtml

kiwifan
Mar 23rd, 2006, 02:49 AM
Oh my does Farrakhan have a big mouth? :eek:

Not only doesn't he speak for Black America...

He doesn't even speak for the majority of Black Muslims in America, he's much more a media clown (they "love to hate" him for his big mouth) than he is a black leader. :yawn:

He's also probably a government stooge, meant to distract the population with bigoted bullshit. ;)

Do yourselves a favor and :yawn: then get on with your lives. :angel:

PS. Wow, Pat Robertson caught a little shit for a whole week for advocating an assassination. :lol: :tape:

Crazy Man, Like Koo Koo. :cool:

ptkten
Mar 23rd, 2006, 02:56 AM
what an ass :rolleyes:

Solitaire
Mar 23rd, 2006, 04:03 AM
Hate monger with a big mouth.

Rocketta
Mar 23rd, 2006, 05:18 AM
who exactly is listening to Louis Farrakhan except to get a couple of good laughs? :confused:

Ferosh
Mar 23rd, 2006, 05:20 AM
^
Michael Jackson.

Jakeev
Mar 24th, 2006, 03:03 AM
Love to have Louis and Anne Coulter locked in the same room for two hours.......:devil:

Infiniti2001
Mar 24th, 2006, 03:09 AM
Love to have Louis and Anne Coulter locked in the same room for two hours.......:devil:

Indeed! Both loudmouths enjoy the sound of their voices :fiery:

lakeway11
Mar 24th, 2006, 03:30 AM
Love to have Louis and Anne Coulter locked in the same room for two hours.......:devil:

hmmm, maybe Louis could talk some sense into that neocon wonderwomen having her locked up

lakeway11
Mar 24th, 2006, 03:31 AM
who exactly is listening to Louis Farrakhan except to get a couple of good laughs? :confused:

probably the ones not listening to rabble rouser Jesse Jackson

RVD
Mar 24th, 2006, 04:00 AM
Oh my does Farrakhan have a big mouth? :eek:

Not only doesn't he speak for Black America...

He doesn't even speak for the majority of Black Muslims in America, he's much more a media clown (they "love to hate" him for his big mouth) than he is a black leader. :yawn:

He's also probably a government stooge, meant to distract the population with bigoted bullshit. ;)

Do yourselves a favor and :yawn: then get on with your lives. :angel:

PS. Wow, Pat Robertson caught a little shit for a whole week for advocating an assassination. :lol: :tape:

Crazy Man, Like Koo Koo. :cool:You just described him perfectly with that one word.
Let's just hope that Homeland Security does what we pay em to do and gets rid of Farrakhan, Roberts, and any other antagonistic buffoon whose sole purpose is to irritate us. http://deephousepage.com/smilies/chair1.gif

harloo
Mar 24th, 2006, 04:05 AM
I thought Farrakhan was dead. :lol: Rocketta is right, who even pays attention to him these days. He's another extremist like the Pat Robertson's of the world.

Jakeev
Mar 24th, 2006, 05:26 AM
hmmm, maybe Louis could talk some sense into that neocon wonderwomen having her locked up

:lol: Are you kidding? They probably would end having hot raunchy sex after all the heat they spewed out of each other's mouths........:lol:

kiwifan
Mar 24th, 2006, 07:01 AM
Looks like Farrakhan "the Clown" has friends at Harvard and in the KKK....(source is an Israeli newspaper, can't find any mention of this in American papers :scratch: )

Harvard to remove official seal from anti-AIPAC 'working paper' http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/images/0.gif By Shmuel Rosner (rosner@haaretz.co.il), Haaretz Correspondent http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/images/0.gif WASHINGTON - Harvard University has decided to remove its logo from a study that denounces the pro-Israel lobby's impact on American foreign policy, in order to distance itself from the study's conclusions.

The university also appended a more strongly worded disclaimer to the study, stating that it reflects the views of its authors only. The former disclaimer said merely that the study "does not necessarily" reflect the university's views.

The controversial study, published this week, was authored by Professor Stephen Walt of Harvard's Kennedy School of Government and Professor John Mearsheimer of the University of Chicago. It charged that American foreign policy has been subordinated to Israeli interests and accused the pro-Israel lobby of responsibility for America's invasion of Iraq.

The study's many critics claim that its academic quality is poor, and that it is essentially a political polemic rather than genuine academic research. Well-known researchers such as Marvin Kalb, also of Harvard's Kennedy School, said this week that the study fails to meet minimal academic standards.

However, it has aroused great interest among the Arab media and been widely quoted there. The Palestine Liberation Organization's office in Washington distributed it by email to thousands of subscribers, and lobbyists for Arab states have been passing it around. The study also earned praise from former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke.

One of the study's claims is that American opponents of Israel are consistently silenced by charges of anti-Semitism from the pro-Israel lobby. Congressman Eliot Engel of New York, in an interview with Haaretz this week, termed the study itself a form of anti-Semitism and said that it deserved the American public's contempt.

According to the study, the pro-Israel lobby is an octopus whose tentacles affect congressional legislation, administration policies, the press and other agencies. The paper focuses on the main pro-Israel lobby, AIPAC, but also discusses other organizations, such as the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, and devotes considerable attention to pro-Israel government officials - many of them Jewish - such as former deputy secretary of defense Paul Wolfowitz in the Bush administration and former assistant secretary of state Martin Indyk in the Clinton administration.

The study also accused the pro-Israel lobby of monitoring academics to ensure that they do not diverge from the pro-Israel line. They will undoubtedly see proof of this contention in Harvard's decision to distance itself from the study due to pressure applied by pro-Israel donors. According to the New York Sun, Robert Belfer - who gave the Kennedy School $7.5 million in 1997 in order, among other things, to endow the chair that Walt now occupies - called the university and asked that Walt be forbidden to use his title in publicity for the study.

Israeli officials have been concerned over the study, saying it is liable to be used to delegitimize Israel among the American intelligentsia. As of yesterday, however, it did not seem to have won much support among academics specializing in American foreign policy. According to one such academic, who asked to remain anonymous, "the study obviously contains many correct facts, but their presentation is skewed and the conclusions [the authors] derive from them are unfit for publication. For instance, it completely ignores the enormous influence of the Arab oil lobby on American policy, and presents a one-sided and utterly politically biased picture of the world."

Other academics - some of them not known as fans of AIPAC - also cited many professional flaws in the study, such as omitting relevant facts, relying on unofficial sources (including Haaretz), and leaping to conclusions that are not necessarily supported by the facts.

In addition to reiterating the well-worn charge that Jewish neoconservatives in the Bush administration were responsible for America's invasion of Iraq, the study accuses the pro-Israel lobby of inciting the American government and people against the Palestinian Authority, tilting American policy against Syria and other Arab states, and trying to push the United States into aggressive action against Iran's nuclear program.

Dana Marcy
Mar 24th, 2006, 09:02 PM
:topic: Whenever I see LF's name I think of his appearance on Arsenio back in the day and how Arsenio's show went downhill shortly after and was cancelled. I wonder how many non black know that he has little to no impact in the black community. He's not even on the radar of any black folk I know. :tape:

lakeway11
Mar 25th, 2006, 04:06 AM
"In addition to reiterating the well-worn charge that Jewish neoconservatives in the Bush administration were responsible for America's invasion of Iraq"

...it certainly wasn't Pat Buchanan brigaders and the fellows over at the American Conservative that led us to the Iraq fiasco