Monday, September 5, 2016

The Wisest Man in America: Louis Farrakhan on Hillary Clinton

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The Wisest Man in America: Louis Farrakhan on Hillary Clinton

By Bathhouse John for Vox Populi | September 5, 2016 at 12 PM (“High Noon”)

"You never have to lie about anybody because the truth about everybody is bad enough." Sarah Mae Manning - Mother of Honorable Louis Farrakhan (See: Louis Farrakhan)

“As Salaam Alaikum”
(“Peace be upon you!”)

It seems wholeheartedly strange yet awe-inspiring to me that the Honorable Louis Farrakhan (See: Bio) --- Minister of the Nation of Islam, student and follower of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad, spiritual descendant of the Honorable W.D. Fard, the original founder of the Nation of Islam, a protege of Malcolm X, and most significantly THE MOST PROTECTIVE individual today in the Black community who searches out and warns his people about racism and evil in society --- would publicly say that Hillary Clinton is a “wicked woman.” Farrakhan does not support her.

Moreover, this hallowed man, albeit with a seemingly stark reputation amongst portions of White America, supports the candidacy of Donald J. Trump, granted with some fundamental criticisms. (See: HLF Interview) Again, Trump is no preacher. He is not a holy man like Farrakhan. But . . . think about that for a moment. Mr. Farrakhan is no pushover. Yet, why would he support a White man whom the so-called mainstream media is loudly and daily slamming and criticizing for his words and actions which they have self-righteously deemed racist, reckless and ridiculous? Is Louis Farrakhan, perhaps one of America's most learned thinkers and scholars, just plain stupid? Has he lost his marbles? Is he taking a bribe from some foreign or domestic donor to say such things? Get real.

The wisest man in America, the Honorable Louis Farrakhan, cannot be bamboozled. He’s a Black man who’s seen it all, the good, the evil, the fraudulent concern. Open up your minds. Don’t believe the biased media or your unfounded prejudices. Hey! Don't be stupid: Listen to Farrakhan’s message. He is, without a doubt, one of America's most fascinating figures. Louis Farrakhan reminds me of the 1970s TV commercial for E.F. Hutton. To paraphrase, "When the Honorable Louis Farrakhan talks, people listen.” This man commands attention - not only by his stature, his dress, or his ability to speak truthfully, deliberately and poignantly, but his ideas are hard to ignore, impossible to tear asunder.

I know what some of you are thinking: "What? Louis Farrakhan? The allegedly racist, anti-Semite has something of importance to say?" To that I reply, how much have you actually studied his words? Remember that the same media that pummels Trump everyday are the same shills that: attacked the Nation of Islam for their "racist rhetoric" as early as the late 1950s; packaged, nicely, the JFK Assassination “lone nut” cover story and sold it to the American public along with the murders of Malcolm X, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Robert Kennedy; railroaded President Richard Nixon when all he did was what every president had done for eons; and now corruptly beautify the effaced political edifice of Hillary Rodham Clinton.

Listen: we've all said and done things in our past that could warrant the same response some of you are thinking right now about Mr. Farrakhan. Don’t be a hypocrite. After all, most of his more questionable statements were made when he was young, and/or “in the heat of battle.” Can you blame a Black man for being angry over slavery, segregation, discrimination, centuries of lynchings, a system stacked against them? I say resoundingly, “No!” How many young people can say they have never done anything questionable (me included)? . . . That's what I thought.

Admittedly, I am no expert on Louis Farrakhan. I read Malcolm X’s biography, The Biography of Malcolm X: As Told to Alex Haley - in fact studied it - and likewise studied the Nation of Islam viz-a-viz this book which every American student should read for various political, social, and personal reasons. But I digress. (See: Autobiography of Malcolm X… and A Torchlight for America)

What I know about him I've learned in an ancillary fashion through my study of Malcolm X. It would not be true to say that I read The Autobiography of Malcolm X by Alex Haley for I actually studied it and taught a workshop about Malcolm X within my U.S. History classes throughout the 1990s. Don’t get me wrong, Mr. Farrakhan is an equally important historical figure, a living legend frankly, who has played as a significant role in the Black Muslim Movement - and American History - as Malcolm X or anyone within that field. Most Americans surely can remember his Million Man March, which the pundits labeled a publicity stunt but in fact meant a lot to the participants (See: Million Man March) as well as those, like myself, who were enamored with such a powerful message, be it for Blacks, Whites, Hispanics, Asians, Native Americans, and all Americans across the color line.

Louis Farrakhan, without a shred of doubt, stands for the Black man in America. His prescient and perhaps God-Given views cannot be dismissed out of hand. Now consider...

In my opinion, can the voters ignore the truth that Donald J. Trump is the best person, the only person, capable of preventing our country from going over the cliff to the base of the mountain of nations smack dab into the ash can of history - placed so poignantly so along the far left Communist California coast? Consider . . . if one of America’s most prominent Black leaders cannot support Hillary Clinton, bearing in mind that Black Americans traditionally vote Democrat - in spite of that party’s racist history against Blacks, then why would anyone, of any color, likewise do so?

Let's look at some of the statements that the Honorable Louis Farrakhan has made about Hillary Clinton in comments given as part of Saviours’ Day celebration, Sunday, February 28, 2016 at the Nation of Islam's Headquarters, Mosque Maryam in Chicago, Illinois. Remember that Minister Farrakhan is no half-wit, someone who hangs around on the street corner prophesying for pennies; he’s a learned man who rose up from the lowest streets of the Bronx unto the greatest heights of leadership - a leader amongst leaders. Mr. Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam, which he helms, is now emulated as a political, social and economic powerhouse amongst the strongest communities in America - rich and poor . . . not only amongst Black Muslims, but all Americans, regardless of race, creed or color.

Please note that I cannot “hold a candle” to Louis Farrakhan’s sanctity in our world and these quotes have been chosen by me because they directly hit me in my heart and my soul. I do not mean to insult or demean the Honorable Louis Farrakhan by the choosing of his words or editing thereof. I therefore strongly urge, if you care about your country, to watch the entire video as well as his interview with Alex Jones. I only wish we had more leaders like Minister Farrakhan who speak the truth and let the chips fall where they may. You see, this is not supposed to happen in a PC world but Mr. Farrakhan pays that nonsense no mind. (See: Louis Farrakhan Comments on Hillary Clinton and Louis Farrakhan Interview)

So, let’s take a look. You can make up your own mind...

1/”I do not blame you for wanting a female president - but that’s a wicked woman.”

2/”You can vote for her, but vote for her with knowledge.”

3/”She can be sweet - but so can you. And you know when you’re sweet but playing a game.

4/”All of the sudden she knows about Trayvon Martin. [See: Trayvon Martin] All of a sudden - the boy’s been dead nearly two years. Now she’s talking about him . . . this is Satan!”

Trayvon Martin

5/”Mass incarceration came about under the Clintons. Don’t forget that! They [Bill and Hillary Clinton] call my young gangbangers “super predators” . . . Call you a “super predator” that has no conscience, no sensitivity. You a dog. You’re an animal. We’ve got to bring you to heel . . . This is what she said about you. She [Hillary] didn’t just say it. It became law and policy of the U.S. Government under Bill Clinton and his wife - and now she’s apologizing, but apologizing can’t bring back the broken families. Apologizing can’t bring back those that have been destroyed in prison life.”

6/”She, in her person, orchestrated the destruction of Libya and the killing of Muammar Gaddafi. [See: Bio] Gaddafi was my friend. He was my brother. She lied! [She said] ‘He was going to kill all of his people.’ No he wasn’t. He was just going to kill those rebels that America [deviously] seized on their dissatisfaction, made a counter revolutionary move, and then used it to bring NATO in to bomb and destroy his air defense . . . and then move to kill him [Gaddafi]. Now Libya is a failed state. All the refugees fleeing out of Syria, fleeing out of Libya, fleeing out of North Africa is because of policies of the government of the United States of America AND HER [Hillary], specifically!”

7/”Now, when they release all those . . . emails they haven’t released yet, they’ll show you how she maneuvered our president and maybe you won’t think so well of her when you see how she talked to him [President Obama].”

No one speaks the truth about Hillary Clinton better than the Honorable Louis Farrakhan. Thus endeth the lesson.

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