I am commencing a new series highlighting the Nation of Islam’s history of disparaging, divisive, and bigoted remarks. I, along with you the readers, will go back in time to revisit vintage Black extremism brought to you by Louis Farrakhan and his Kool-Aid drinking minions.
The Nation of Islam poisons the minds of many African Americans into believing that Whites, Jews, Gays, and “Uncle Toms”, are a threat to Black survival and progression in the world. Ironically enough their hate-filled rhetoric is a threat to Black survival and progression in the world.
So without further ado, The Nation of Islam’s Greatest Hits Volume 1, Issue Number One: Keane College 1993
In November of 1993, Khalid Muhammad(now deceased), then-National Spokesperson for the Nation of Islam gave a speech at New Jersey’s Keane College (Now named Kean University). In the speech he attacked Jews, saying “hook-nosed, bagel-eatin’, lox-eatin’ impostors.”
He pillored the Catholic Church: ”The old no-good Pope . . . somebody need to raise that dress up and see what’s really under there.
”Gays were also his target: “God does not name holy books after homosexuals”
And this degenerate thug also had the audacity to attack Henry Louis Gates. “Who let this Negro out of the gate?”
Soon after the speech was delivered, there was tumultuous backlash. The United States Senate in an unprecedented move, voted to censure Khalid Muhammad 97-0, and the US House of Representatives passed resolution 343, condemning Khalid Muhammad for his vile language.
Louis Farrakhan absolved Khalid of his duties and cut him loose from the Nation of Islam. Apparently, Nutty Louis believed Khalid was too, “controversial”. Oh how the pot is calling the kettle black.
But in order to understand how wicked this group is, you must watch their nefarious propaganda. The Nation of Islam’s rhetoric is tantamount to those, of a White Neo-Nazi, who believes in protecting the purity of the white race.
Below is the full unedited footage displaying an underbelly of the Black community. Black fanaticism. A culture which sadly, still exists.
Via Youtube: Khalid Muhammad Keane College 1993 Speech