Friday, March 4, 2011

Aw--The Honeymoon's Over

Calypso Louis Farrakhan, leader of the Nation of Islam ("Black Muslims") has decided that his hero has feet of clay. He has concluded that like all those white Presidents before him, Barack Hussein Obama has been hypnotized by the Jews. The Zionists are leading the naive young President into war in the Middle East so that Israel can fulfill its nefarious plans of oppressing the Islamic nations around it.

Reminding everyone that the "Jews are blacks' worst enemies," Farrakhan added that his comments at the Nation of Islam's annual meeting were designed "to pull the cover off Satan and proclaim that Zionists dominate the US government and banks." Speaking directly to the former messiah and current President, Farrakhan admonished him: "President Obama, if you allow the Zionists to push you, to mount a military offensive against Gaddafi and you go in and kill him and his sons as you did with Saddam Hussein and his sons, I'm warning you that this is a Libyan problem, let the Libyans solve their problems among themselves." You see, there couldn't possibly be any other reason for America to take action of any sort in the Middle East if it weren't for those pushy Jews.

On a roll, Farrakhan went beyond speaking of the Libyan dictator whom he called his brother and his friend. He figured he might as well fend off any other potential Obama mistakes. He further accused American Zionists of trying to push Israel into war with Iran. As if the Israelis hadn't given some consideration to that concept without any input from American Jews.

Never one to waste a good forum by concentrating on one topic, Farrakhan went off on another tangent. "L. Ron Hubbard himself (creator of Scientology and an entire race of space aliens) was, and is (from the grave?) trying to civilize white people and make them better human beings and take away from them their reactive minds. He recognized that white people have to be civilized." Who knew? Does that mean that Tom Cruise should get into bed with Louis Farrakhan (literally?)?

There was also a panel discussion at the meeting entitled "The Secret Relationship Between Blacks and Jews." Now just in case you thought the panel was about the massive support for black rights and black causes coming from the largely liberal American Jewish community, let me disabuse you of that thought. The discussion actually centered on what Farrakhan called "the disproportionate participation of Jews in the slave trade and their control of the media."

Farrakhan, in his logical and organized manner, concluded with "Some of you think that I'm just somebody who's got something out for the Jewish people (naw, now who could possibly think that?). You're stupid. Do you think I would waste my time if I did not think that 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." I'm not sure exactly who he thinks "Satan" is from that mishmash of a comment, but I do think it would be easier for Farrakhan simply to look in the mirror.

18 comments:

Joel Farnham said...

LawHawk,

Wow. Just. Wow.

Unfortunately. Some people actually listen to him and believe every word.

Tehachapi Tpm said...

Hawk
Farrahakan must be a minimalist, I say that because he has chosen the least important subject in bo's long list of short coming that he could.

That long list of Jewish czars he has completely ignored. Farrakahan is just a hype jockey and that seems to be the only horse he has ever ridden. How does he manage to get the media attention when things a awsome as Commentarama is available?

Tennessee Jed said...

Actually, having Louis Farrakhan pissed at you is not the worst thing in the world from a political standpoint. Do we think Nation of Islam would actually go for Hillary in a 2012 reprise of the last primary battle? I think not. Probably, Louis will shuck it off to Obama being only half black. I can't figure out who is worse, Louis or Jeremiah. It matters not to B.O. since he only uses them if it fits his need at the moment. Maybe we need to reconsider Kantor as a candidate just to pick up Louis' endorsement. :D

LawHawkRFD said...

Joel: The beauty of having Calypso Louie around is that all you have to do is quote him, The story writes itself, and requires no embellishments. The downside is what you pointed out--some people actually think his insane, racist babble is wisdom.

AndrewPrice said...

I've heard Louie speak several times and the man is truly insane. During the "Million Man March" (divide by 5), Louie's speech was edited before it was broadcast to take out all the numerology. He actually started going on and on about the height of the various monuments and how they formed pentagrams and rectangles and triangles and the such "and youuuu knoooooooooow'a what that means!" Uh, not really, no clue. So I looked it up. It means he thinks there's a Masonic/Satanic conspiracy to curse the country.

The man needs psychiatric help, not adoring fans.

LawHawkRFD said...

Tehachapi Tpm (Tpm?) LOL

Farrakhan isn't interested in assisting Holder and Obama in protecting the Black Panthers--they're a rival gang

LawHawkRFD said...

Tennessee Jed: I'm not so sure. In order to determine just how dangerous it is to be Farrakhan's target, we'd have to have a seance and commune with the spirit of Malcolm X.

LawHawkRFD said...

Andrew: And then there's the number 7. If you turn it upside down, it's a chair. And on that chair you can seek atonement. Atonement--ah, a tone! One that is truly meant. And--Oh never mind, I can't go on.

I originally decided to watch his sermon at the Million Man March solely for the purpose of knowing what vicious plans he was hatching. I ended up watching it all because it was some of the best comedy I've ever seen. Mel Brooks couldn't have written anything that earnestly insane and hilarious.

But I've known of his predecessors and him long enough to know that under all that psychotic buffoonery there is a vile, racist plotter who can easily justify cold-blooded murder.

T_Rav said...

Jeez, Farrakhan's still alive? (Oh, crap, that's not in accordance with the new tone of civility and everything.) I mean, great, Farrakhan's still alive!

LawHawkRFD said...

T_Rav: Only the good die young. Farrakhan oozes his way through his insane rambling speeches, but rarely sounds "uncivil." He knows that his antisemitism is not much worse that what comes out in the MSM regularly. But he reserves his best vitriol and murderous rhetoric for his acolytes. He also uses surrogates to say the really bad stuff in public. One of his lieutenants, Khalid Abdul Muhammad (thankfully since deceased) got so carried away in a speech that went viral that Farrakhan had to fire him. But they stayed close and in constant touch with each other until Muhammad's death.

BevfromNYC said...

Andrew and Lawhawk - I am so glad that it wasn't just me. I listened to Farrakhans speech during the MMM and it was frightening. If you turned off the sound, he looked great. But with the sound, he made absolutely no sense whatsoever. I mean, at one point he was just saying words "Orange, cat, jews, sandwich went to space in the closet". [I just made those words up, but that's what it sounded like] I honestly thought I'd had a stroke because what he was saying was incoherent. BUT everyone was cheering him on.

My brother had a friend who was a very good friend of the Farrakhan's son. Apparently the anti-Semitism runs in the Farrakhan family and sadly, as my brother found out, in the friends of the Farrakhan family as well.

BevfromNYC said...

Oooh, and don't get me started on Khalid Mohammed, Elijah's son...

LawHawkRFD said...

Bev: He's beyond satire. I have never heard so much self-satisfied nonsense come out of one mouth. I wish some of you were old enough to remember the comedian Professor Irwin Corey. He would have people laughing so hard they couldn't catch their breath giving lengthy lectures that made utterly no sense. But at least he knew he was speaking nonsense.

BevfromNYC said...

LawHawk - I mistakenly think of him as Elijah Mohammed's son. They sounded so much alike, it is hard to tell them apart.

One of the last rallies that K. Mohammed held was in Harlem during the Giuliani Administration.
I loved the way Rudy stood up to these characters like no other before him. He made it very clear in his very first days in office that there was a new sheriff in town, and Sharpton and HIS ilk were no longer running the show. If Sharpton had a problem, then he could come to City Hall, but City Hall would no longer come to Sharpton for approval.

Well, anyway, in 1998 Rudy tried to deny a permit for Mohammed to hold on of his hate-mongering rally in Harlem. It went to court and Mohammed won, BUT Rudy had the power to severely limit the time and area of the rally. Hundreds of people showed up and subsequently a riot broke out at the end when the police tried to break up the rally. 30 people were arrested and lots of police were injured. It was everything Rudy thought it would be and more - hate-filled anti-Semitic screeds and a call to kill white people. Khalid's little shiny head pulsed with rage, but Rudy did not back down. The next rally a year later drew 90 people. Harlem had learned what kind of hate-monger Mohammed was and that Rudy would not tolerate racism in ANY form.

And to be fair, when the KKK wanted to hold a rally, again Rudy understood he couldn't deny them their right, BUT he had his legal department pour over every law on the city books. They found an old law still on the books that stated that no one will be permitted to march or hold rallies while wearing hoods or masks! He decided to invoke that law for the KKK. It was brilliant legal maneuvering. So instead of hundreds of hood-wearing KKK members marching, there were 12 very brave (I have to admit that) unhooded KKK members against a sea of counter protesters. Needless to say, the rally was very short.

That's when I learned that we have a lot of laws on the books that we do not enforce, but can be useful when wielded for the greater good of the community. And one does not necessarily have to enforce every law on the books.

That's why we can have an Halloween parade, but no KKK parade since they've never come back. Brilliant.

StanH said...

Louie (the lip) Farrakhan, Hell awaits you. As was pointed out, he would be funny if he didn’t have so many blind followers. As you know he a Jeremiah Wright, visited Kaddafi(?) in Libya, and declared him a brother in the struggle…barf. I wonder does the NOI get funding from Kaddafi? Why else would two race pimps from Chicago, visit the loon from Libya.

BevfromNYC said...

FYI - StanH, here is the answer to your question - and that would be a resounding "YES"...

"The Libyan dictator has been a strong supporter of Farrakhan’s Nation of Islam and heavily financed the controversial group. In 1985, Gaddafi affirmed his solidarity with Farrakhan with a $5 million interest-free loan.

In 1996, officials in the Clinton administration worked to block Farrakhan from receiving more than $1 billion in donations from Gaddafi.

”We are not terrorists,” Farrakhan said at the time. ”We are not trying to do anything against the good of America. What we want to do is good for our people and ultimately good for our nation.”

That same year, Farrakhan traveled to Libya and received Gaddafi’s International Prize for Human Rights, a $250,000 “honor” also bestowed on the likes of Fidel Castro, Hugo Chavez, Nicaragua’s Daniel Ortega and “the children of Palestine.

http://www.theblaze.com/stories/flashback-louis-farrakhan-jeremiah-wright-foster-gaddafi-alliance/

LawHawkRFD said...

Bev: Mohammed and its multiple variations are endemic in NOI circles. If you're going to get rid of your "slave name," Mohammed is as good as any, I guess. At least they don't use all those cornball Swahili names so fashionable for awhile which had little or nothing to do with the slaves but had a great deal to do with the slave-traders. My favorite was Black Caucus founder and former NAACP president Kweize Mfume, appropriately meaning the very humble "conquering son of kings." Better than his "slave name" of Frizzell Gerald Gray, no? I was thinking of changing my name to Noble Giver of the Law, but I think the title was already taken. LOL

We in the profession call Rudy's actions "creative lawyering." Can you imagine "Build-the-Mosque" Bloomberg doing anything of the kind?

LawHawkRFD said...

Stan: Of course it gets money from Gaddafi, and other Middle East potentates. Mainstream Muslims consider NOI to be a dangerous cult. But since it's dangerous only in America, it's well worth terrorist support. They can also show their "tolerance" by giving money to a "Christian" leader like Wright. Underneath, they know as well as you do that if Wright is a Christian, I'm the Great Buddha.

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