NOI Research Group
When the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan addressed the Detroit City Council last month, the exuberant reaction of that audience of lawmakers was identical to the response he received on his last visit to Detroit in 2007, when 50,000 enthusiastic people greeted him at Ford Field.
After his City Hall engagement The Minister went to the Fellowship Chapel, pastored by the distinguished NAACP branch president the Reverend Wendell Anthony. Black Detroiters wrapped around the church and felt privileged to get a seat in the overflow room to hear the analytical genius and time-honored wisdom of the greatest speaker in world history.
The distinguished congressman John Conyers was among the attendees seated on the rostrum, enjoying the hospitality of the great Fellowship Chapel family. As the recognized Dean and founding member of the Congressional Black Caucus, his words have special resonance. And in his 84 years—a remarkable 48 of them in the U.S. Congress—Rep. Conyers has seen and heard the most powerful world figures, the best and the brightest, the cream of the crop. Anyone who has seen our brother interrogating a witness at a congressional hearing knows that he makes no rash judgments, thoughtless pronouncements, unmeasured assertions. That is his well-deserved reputation among our people.
So when Mr. Conyers nodded enthusiastically in agreement throughout Minister Farrakhan’s two-hour speech and then joined the standing ovation at its conclusion, he was making a statement—a judgment that he confirmed to the waiting press. He said: “This was a historic occasion in terms of how we pick ourselves up, dust ourselves off and really start putting the city and our minds together for moving forward.” It mirrored the assessment of the Reverend Horace Sheffield, III, of the New Destiny Baptist Church, who said of Min. Farrakhan: “I believe we have a leader here that can organize us.” The Reverend David Bullock of Greater St. Matthew Baptist Church stated that the message was “impactful,” “timely,” and left him “inspired.”
That was May 17th, 2013. But on May 22nd—a full 5 days after The Minister’s speech—Mr. Conyers seemed to have had a change of heart. He issued “an apology FOR Min. Farrakhan” and charged that “Farrakhan made unacceptable racist, anti-Semitic and homophobic statements, which I condemn in the strongest possible terms.”
What possibly could have happened to Mr. Conyers within that five days that could account for such a drastic reversal, a sudden about-face, a veritable flip-flop? A review of the Fellowship Chapel video confirms that The Minister delivered his speech in the English language, and Mr. Conyers is known to be fluent in that very same language and dialect. The content of the speech remained unchanged and unaltered from the moment he gave it to the day of Conyers’ puzzling change of heart. Did Rep. Conyers receive a delegation from among his nearly 100 percent Black constituents, whom he is sworn to represent, that brought him to his senses?
The Jewish reporter Jeff Wattrick clears the mystery up in his enlightening column of May 24th titled “John Conyers Can Take His Louis Farrakhan Apology And Shove It.” Wattrick reviewed the whole episode and decreed that “Conyers saw fit to condemn the minister, not so much because he was offended — after all, he went a week without saying anything — but because the Anti-Defamation League…didn’t like it.”
Wattrick did not need to tarry around the issue. He was unambiguous and resolute: only one thing, he insists, could have forced a powerful 50-year United States government high-level official, the second-most senior member in the House of Representatives, to at first nod in harmony with a Black speaker, stand in solidarity with the Black Congregation to applaud said speaker, and opine approvingly of that speaker to a Black news reporter—only to express to white people the exact opposite opinion five days later.
Mr. Wattrick, a proud Jew, has openly admitted what everybody already knows and can now plainly see—that the American government operates under Jewish power by its manipulative use of threats and intimidation. A day after Mr. Conyers’ pitiable surrender, he was congratulated by ADL director Abraham Foxman, who issued his own sanctimonious approval: “Your public outreach exemplifies the notion that what hurts one of us, offends all of us, and helps empower Americans to stand up against injustice and for equality for all.” This hypocritical arrogance only proved that he, Foxman, orchestrated the whole sorry 13th Michigan Congressional District episode, from his office in the 12th New York Congressional District 623 miles away.
Rep. Conyers would have fared much better in the hearts and minds of his own Black constituents had he stood up and told the truth to the Jews like Vice President Joseph A. Biden did earlier that week. He officially proclaimed on May 21 to a gathering of Jews celebrating Jewish American Heritage Month: “No group has had such an outsized influence per capita.” And then, referring to the American social and political trends and movements (and specifically to same-sex marriage) he made a startling statement: “I bet you 85 percent of those changes, whether it’s in Hollywood or social media, are a consequence of Jewish leaders in the industry. The influence is immense, the influence is immense.”
Then Mr. Biden contradicted Jews like those at the ADL who have spent decades destroying the reputations of people who say exactly what Biden was about to say next: “I think you vastly underestimate the impact you’ve [Jews] had on the development of this nation. We owe you, we owe generations who came before you.”
There was no condemnation of Mr. Biden for having made “bigoted” and “bizarre” “canards” about “Jewish control,” and the ADL website to this day has made no mention of this stunning pronouncement from the Obama White House.
Joe Biden and Jeff Wattrick join a flood of others who have acknowledged Jewish power and what The Hon. Min. Louis Farrakhan calls “your power to misuse, to mislabel, your power with the media, your power with Black leadership, your power with Black preachers, your power with Black intellectuals, your power with black sports and entertainment figures.”
Jewish political commentator Bill Maher stated flatly on his TV show, “the Israelis are controlling our government,” after which his white American studio audience gave him a hearty applause. The new Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel was much like Conyers. He brashly admitted that the Israel lobby “intimidates a lot of people up here [but] I’m a United States senator. I’m not an Israeli senator.” Hagel actually believed that being a United States senator freed him to speak truthfully! Not anymore. He did a very public pirouette even more severe than that of Conyers.
But Biden and Hagel and Wattrick and Maher are yet trumped by United States President Barack Obama. According to the UK Telegraph, when French President Nicolas Sarkozy privately whispered to him in 2011, “I cannot bear [Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin] Netanyahu, he’s a liar.” Mr. Obama replied, “You may be sick of him, but me, I have to deal with him every day.” Not only did they agree that Netanyahu is a “liar” (John 8:44)—that is, one who lies constantly—but of the 196 nations of the earth and their leaders, our Black American President is forced to deal with this “liar,” “every day.”
And yet only one man today finally asks, Why? Finally, someone with divine authority steps forward to free everyone from what Jesus Himself called the Synagogue of Satan (Rev. 2:9, 3:9). White and Black, Jew and Gentile can now make peace with the unexpurgated truth. The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan’s weekly series of broadcasts, titled “The Time And What MUST Be Done,” is where we witness a man who has had fear entirely removed from him and replaced with an indomitable faith in the One True God, Allah. And This God, by the way, has never had to have an office in the 12th Congressional District of New York—He is universal, everlasting.
Vice President Biden seems to have been listening. He has now joined The Minister in the national dialogue about Jewish dominance in American society. Mr. Conyers’ forced condemnation of Minister Farrakhan by the ADL is yet more proof of Jewish control over Black destiny. Rep. Conyers should join the discussion.
The power our great Brother will have when he assumes the mantle that his people have entrusted to him for 50 years is immeasurable. Rep. Conyers should start by taking The Minister’s sage advice. Call on Mr. Foxman to gather up his scholars to come to Detroit for an intellectual SHOWDOWN of scholarship right in the middle of his 13th District. Let us show our people how the “immense influence” of the Jews has affected our place in American society. Bro. Conyers should use that congressional subpoena power and compel Mr. Foxman’s appearance.
Assure him that he can be sworn on the Talmud if he’d like. As The Minister put it to all those who have succumbed to ADL terrorism, “Why don’t you stand to the side, my beloved so-called Negro brothers and sisters, and ask them to come out now. They’ve always pushed you out front. This time push them out.”
The Honorable Minister Farrakhan won’t need a subpoena. He testifies by God’s Grace and Authority every Saturday evening 6 p.m. CT at http://www.noi.org/thetime/.