On March 23, 2017, Farrakhan posted on his Twitter account: “Mr. Trump: You say, “America first.” America is never first. Israel is always first. Ask any Jew, even your son-in-law.”
There is no antisemitism in Farrakhan’s twitter statement. On January 26, 2017, Josefin Dolsten boasted at the Jewish Daily Forward that there were eleven pro-Israel Jews, not including Ivanka Trump, in Trump’s administration even though Trump received only 24% of Jewish votes.
Dolsten’s list included Jared Kushner, David Friedman, Jason Greenblatt, Steven Mnuchin, Stephen Miller, Carl Icahn, Gary Cohn, Doris Epshteyn, David Shulkin, Reed Cordish, and Avrahm Berkowitz. Is it need to say that the rest of the team members are Muslim-hating Israel First Zionist Christians.
Last month, leader of the Nation of Islam took another shot at the organized Jewry. Addressing thousands of members of NOI attending the Savior’s Day event in Detroit he warned Afro-Americans and Muslims in particular during next four years under Trump’s Zionist controlled administration.
He said some of Afro-American politicians were not ashamed to sell their souls to the organized Jewry. He mentioned Rep. Keith Ellison as an example who failed to become chairperson of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) even though he sat at the feet of Jewish leaders (listen to his speech below).
Farrakhan brought a huge laughter when he said that he didn’t vote for either Trump or Hillary because both of them were Biblical Satans.
I have always enjoyed Farrakhan’s oratory especially his grip on America’s Deep State, his concern for fellow Afro-Americans, and his support for Muslims fighting Judeo-Christian imperialism around the Globe.
Louis Farrakhan Sr., 83, is author of several books, notably the Secret Relationship Between Blacks and Jews, in which Farrakhan proves that Jews played a far greater part in the African slave trade than European Christians. He is a good piano-player which he learned from a Jewish teacher.
I have always admired Farrakhan for his support for the Islamic Republic. He never missed a chance to meet Iran’s former president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad whenever the later came to New York to address UN General Assembly meetings. In February 2016, Farrakhan visited Tehran to attend 37th anniversary event of the Islamic Revolution.