On October 10, tens of thousands of Americans belonging to different faiths and races gathered at US Capitol to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the Million Man March held on October 16, 1995 at the National Mall where African slaves were auctioned in the past.
The leader of Nation of Islam, Louis Farrakhan, the most hated Afro-American leader by the Jewish Lobby, was the keynote speaker. During his long speech, he chided critics advising the #Justice or Else movement that Black folks should forget their past slavery and move ahead, saying: “Find me a Jew that forgives Hitler, and you say they’re the people of God and they don’t have any forgiveness in them (here).”
Farrakhan’s statement is supported by UK’s former Chief Rabbi Dr. Jonathan Sacks (1991-2013), in his newly published 25th book, ‘Not in God’s Name: Confronting Religious Violence, the result of his 12-year labor. He refuses to forgive 1.7 billion Muslims for their ancestors, who liberated Spanish Jews from Christian slavery.
“Jews have always stood against religious violence. We never went with the majority. We insisted our rights to be different. That’s why Jews carry a very important message to the world. If you’re al-Qaeda or ISIS, attempting soon or eventually to impose the Caliphate on the world, you have to oppose the Jews and state of Israel, because historically we were the ones who stood against them,” JTA quoted the hate-spewing Jewish liar on October 15, 2015.
Rabbi Sacks in self-denial thinks that non-Jews don’t know that both al-Qaeda and ISIS were created not to “impose Caliphate on the world” – but to impose Jewish fascism on Muslim world.
“American youth are looking for uncompromising leaders who cannot be bought or sold, and it’s becoming increasingly hard to find such leaders in a society rife with inequality and corruption,” Farrakhan observed (here). Listen to the speech below.
On October 11, 2015, the anti-Black anti-Muslim Taki’s Magazine slammed US Capitol police chief Kim Dine for ignoring an internal letter that had circulated in his department alleging Farrakhan’s past public statements have called for violence. He personally apologized to Farrakhan. Taki’s whining proves that some US police chiefs are not brainwashed during their free trips to Israel. In 2005, former Capitol police chief Terrance W. Gainer took a free trip to Israel arranged by JINSA, and praised Israel as “Harvard of antiterrorism” (here, here).
Calling a terrorist state being “Harvard of antiterrorism” goes beyond human stupidity.