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Monday, March 19, 2018

Louis Farrakhan Sr.

            Louis Farrakhan Sr. was born as Louis Eugene Walcott on May 11, 1933. He is a religious leader in the United States and was formerly known as Louis X. He is the leader of a religious group known as the Nation of Islam (NOI). He is an African-American activist and a social commentator. He has served as a minister in major mosques that are located in Boston and Harlem.

            Farrakhan must also be an anti-Semite because his Nation of Islam is anti-Semitic. He operates on the fringes of politics in the United States. He is friends with Barack Obama and the members of the Black Caucus in Congress. He is somehow involved in the annual Women’s March and the recent school walkout.

            Representative Todd Rokita (R-IN) recently introduced a resolution in the U.S. House of Representatives that condemned Farrakhan for “promoting ideas that create animosity and anger” aimed at Jewish Americans and Judaism, and condemning “all manifestations of expressions of racism, anti-Semitism, and ethnic or religious intolerance.”

            Nate Jackson at The Patriot Post says that the resolution is a “politically shrewd move, because so many Democrats just can’t bring themselves to denounce Farrakhan.” Jackson continues by sharing information on the people who support Farrakhan – “the entire Democrat Party Democrats is slouching towards anti-Semitism.”

That became even more clear Monday when Black Lives Matter, the New Black Panther Party and Al Sharpton’s National Action Network led a lobbying effort on Capitol Hill not about denouncing Farrakhan’s racism but to block Rokita’s resolution condemning it. Instead, these rabble rousers want a resolution condemning President Donald Trump for his perceived racism.

            Jackson continues to give more information in his article that you can find here. I decided to make Farrakhan the VIP for this week, not to honor him but to bring notice to stay clear of him. There is no room in America for racism of any kind – not even anti-Semitism!

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