Does the ‘God of Jacob’ Love a Good ‘Conspiracy’?

By Dr. Ridgely Abdul Mu’min Muhammad -Guest Columnist-

The ADL (Anti-Defamation League) and Jewish journalists like to slander the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan by calling him a “lunatic” for believing in what they call “conspiracy theories.”  What is a “conspiracy”?

 According to one dictionary’s definition, a “conspiracy” is:

1. An agreement to perform together an illegal, wrongful, or subversive act.

2. A group of conspirators.

3. Law An agreement between two or more persons to commit a crime or accomplish a legal purpose through illegal action.

4. A joining or acting together, as if by sinister design…

Now, let us call to witness the book that the Jews claim to feed off from birth to understand the mindset and propensity to “conspire” or make “sinister” plans.  We are not talking about The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion, which the Jews claim is a forgery. We are not talking about the Babylonian Talmud, which the Rabbis secretly study. No, we are bringing the Old Testament of the Bible, in particular the first book of the Bible, Genesis.

If one wants to know how a Christian thinks, then one should read the New Testament. If one wants to know how a Muslim thinks, then one should read the Holy Qur’an. Now, let us take the book in plain sight, dust it off, and see what the “God of Jacob” thinks about conspiracies and those that practice it.  According to the Bible, Abraham was the “friend of God.”  In his old age Abraham begot Isaac and Isaac begot Esau and Jacob.  Jacob’s name was later changed to “Israel,” and those who call themselves Jews claim Israel as their ancestral father.

For the record, Jacob was a born trickster. Rebecca, the wife of Isaac, had two babies in her womb. The first to be born was Esau, but Jacob grabbed hold of Esau’s heel (Genesis 25:25, 26); thus, Jacob means “heel grabber” or “supplanter.”  Isaac loved his firstborn, Esau, but Rebecca loved Jacob.  Later, Rebecca and Jacob “conspired” to trick Isaac and steal Isaac’s blessing that he wished to bestow on Esau but wound up bestowing on Jacob (Gen. 27:6-29).  Did God see and bless this “conspiracy”?  So when Minister Farrakhan states that the Ashkenazi so-called Jews have stolen Black people’s identity, this practice of identity theft goes back to Jacob, a practice that the God of the Old Testament seems to condone.

Later, Jacob tricks his own uncle, Laban, out of his sheep and goats by turning them speckled and spotted by placing “rods” before their eyes at birth (Gen. 30:37-43).  Weird stuff, but right in your Bible and the “God of Jacob” was seemingly pleased with such trickery.

Later still, the sons of Jacob “conspired” to trick the sons of Hamor into getting circumcised.  While they were still sore, Jacob’s sons killed all of the men in the village with the blessings of Jacob and presumably the blessings of the “God of Jacob” (Gen. 34:1-31).

And now let us go to what may be the most well-known “conspiracy” of the Bible surrounding Jacob’s beloved son Joseph.  It seemed that Joseph was Jacob’s favorite son and his brothers knew it and conspired to get rid of Joseph (Gen. 37:18-28): “And when they saw him afar off, even before he came near unto them, they conspired against him to slay him.”

These are the “conspiracies” in just the Book of Genesis. Thus far, we have identified 23 other conspiracies in the Old Testament, with the two Books of Kings having at least 9, where the Jews “conspired” against each other to rule the land of Israel.

Now Minister Farrakhan is locked in a struggle with a people whose “god” condones lying, stealing, killing, slandering and defaming as justifiable tools in obtaining dominion over our planet, which they feel is their god-given right to control.  And when The Minister catches the modern-day Scribes and Pharisees in their lies and reveals who they really are to the world, he is labeled an “anti-Semite” who believes in “conspiracy theories.”  Christians should read both the Old and New Testaments and ask themselves, “Is the God of Jacob the God of Jesus?” Christians must reconcile what Jesus said about the scribes (“scholars expert in Jewish law”) and the Pharisees (“the spiritual fathers of modern Judaism”) in John 8:44: “Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father, you will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own: for he is a liar, and the father of it.”

(Dr. Ridgely A. Mu’min Muhammad, Ph.D. is an Agricultural Economist and member of the Nation of Islam Research Group. Visit them online at www.noirg.org; join the conversation on FaceBook.com and Twitter @NOIResearch)

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