Nation of Islam Research Group
Philadelphia Zionist Moshe Phillips was assuredly unaware of it when he attacked The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan and Howard University itself, but he was faithfully following the racist legacy left to him by his Philadelphia family of Jewish slave owners. Phillips calls himself the president of the Philadelphia Chapter of Americans for a Safe Israel (AFSI), a group of Jews that advocate the draining of American tax money to finance Israeli Jim Crow 6,000 miles away.
They are the number one advocates of building illegal Euro-Jewish settlements on Palestinian land despite the fact that not a single one of those Europeans (a.k.a. Ashkenazi Jews) has any genetic connection to the Jews of the Bible. This has been definitively proven by Jewish scholar Shlomo Sand in his bestseller The Invention of the Jewish People, but these unkosher imposters persist in their self-delusion—at the expense of both the Palestinian victims and the Black American taxpayers who finance it.
On April 24, 2011, Moshe Phillips became upset with New York Times columnist and fellow Jew Thomas L. Friedman for accepting an honorary degree from the premier Black institution of higher education. Howard students had—without Ashkenazi permission—invited The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan to speak there on last April 2, which he did to a rousing reception and stellar reviews. But Phillips has other issues with Friedman, whom he considers a Jewish “anti-Semite” for his criticism of Israel, going all the way back to the 1970s. In reality, Friedman’s alleged anti-Israelism is the most positive thing on the Friedman résumé—he spent much of the last decade using his column at the New York Times to demand that America embark on that bloody debacle in Iraq and Afghanistan (now approaching the loss of 5,000 U.S. lives and 33,000 injured). Indeed, Howard’s judgment is profoundly askew to even consider a textbook megalomaniac like Friedman for anything but the penitentiary. Here is Friedman on the Charlie Rose show in 2003 speaking of the weapons inspectors that were then seeking the infamous “weapons of mass destruction”:
What they needed to see was American boys and girls going house to house, from Basra to Baghdad, um and basically saying, “Which part of this sentence don’t you understand?” You don’t think, you know, we care about our open society, you think this bubble fantasy, we’re just gonna to let it grow? Well, Suck. On. This….We could have hit Saudi Arabia. It was part of that bubble. Could have hit Pakistan. We hit Iraq because we could. That’s the real truth…
By 2008, the crazed warmonger had learned nothing from that horrific failure and was unapologetically pressing Barack Obama to deal with Iran in a thuggish way. According to Friedman, the U.S. would need “Tony Soprano by your side, not Big Bird” and would require “a Dick Cheney standing over his [Iran’s president’s] right shoulder, quietly pounding a baseball bat into his palm.”
Who at Howard University proposed and then approved this sociopath for any honor and why? Nonetheless, Friedman’s warmongering is actually the part of Friedman’s twisted perspective that Moshe Phillips FULLY supports.
Most revealing, however, is the language Phillips uses when he pivots his piece to correct his errant “slaves” at Howard. He chides Friedman for not having “chastised” Howard for receiving the rebellious Farrakhan, who gave a speech that he determined “was overflowing with vicious invective against Jews and the Zionist movement.” And it is this racist arrogance that connects Phillips to the early pioneers of Philadelphia’s Jewish community.
According to the 2-volume The Secret Relationship Between Blacks and Jews, books that Minister Farrakhan presented as gifts to all of the Black student leaders, Jewish founding families appear in city records as early as 1703, with such names as Simons, Franks, Levy, Etting, Gratz, and yes, Phillips—and all forced African human beings to be their slaves. Even the city’s Ashkenazi rabbi owned Black slaves. Two Jewish historians quoted in Volume 1 reviewed this despicable Jewish human rights record and concluded: “The Jews who could afford them had both servants and slaves. The Quakers were the only people who as a religious denomination opposed the institution of slavery.”
Phillips deploys the term “moral” four times in his scolding of Friedman for not reprimanding his negroes, concluding that “There is nothing moral about accepting honors from an institution that helps haters spread their message.”
Those were the Zionist’s actual words! But the Phillips family definition of “morality” has been highly suspect for more than two centuries. Jonas Phillips, a founder of Philadelphia’s original synagogue Mikveh Israel, held a Black woman captive who escaped his Jewish clutches to seek her God-given freedom. Phillips placed a “runaway” advertisement in the city newspaper to track down his “Negro Woman Slave named Margaret” who “took nothing with her but the clothes she had on.” According to the ad, which offered a two dollar reward for her capture, Phillips was willing to forgive her for “absconding”—which means he would only beat her severely, and not to death. Then, to emphasize his clear and unambiguous belief in Black slavery, the first leader of the Jews of Philadelphia adds in a nota bene: “She at times said that she had friends who would buy her and make her free; if so, a very moderate price will be taken for her.” In other words, if her friends have “freed” her, he, the Philadelphia representative of the Chosen People, would pay them to return her to slavery, forever.
The same “moral” pillar of the Jewish faith, Jonas Phillips—relative of Moshe Phillips, who today attacks our Minister and Howard students—is found in another public notice selling “A young handy NEGRO MAN, about nineteen years of age,” along with fish hooks, silks, ginger, linens, and other dry goods.
And Jonas wasn’t the only Phillips with this racist historical résumé. John Phillips was seeking a captive he named “Sampson” whose face was “much pitted with smallpox,” and who, like every self-respecting Black man, “makes a practice of running away.”
Moshe Phillips probably did not get the 900-page memorandum that The Minister sent last June 25th to all of the American Jewish neo-slavemasters in which they have all been forced to confront the ugly origins of Jewish wealth in America—namely, Black slavery and Black sharecropping. The evidence of the Phillips family legacy as exposed in The Secret Relationship Between Blacks and Jews should have shut the Phillips’ progeny up forever, but for Moshe the thought of free-thinking and -acting, fearless Howard University students is just as unacceptable to him as the freedom-seeking “Margaret” was to his great, great, great Ashkenazi grand-daddy.
And there is another aspect to Moshe Phillips’ racist criticism that can’t be ignored. Moshe “chastises” Howard in the name of that unrighteous state of Israel, which has murdered untold numbers of Arab men, women, and children for 50 years. They have also coerced billions of Black tax dollars out of the inner cities and given it to a nation that Desmond Tutu said practices apartheid against the Palestinians. Today Black people helplessly watch their pre-selected “Black” president send $8.2 million a day to the state of Israel, while the 102 Historically Black Colleges and Universities in the United States must split less than one-tenth that amount, $650,000 a day! And what is even more galling is that there are 39 million Black American citizens in desperate need of better education while their tax money goes daily to aid only 5.7 million Ashkenazi Jews in a foreign country.
Student loans, early childhood education, community college programs, Black college facilities, and scholarship and loan programs are all facing drastic cuts in already pathetically low funding, all while Israel is assured substantial annual raises for the next 20 years. Zionist leader Moshe Phillips insults the Black community but he also forces us to focus on the question of why Black higher education is suffering in America while the people who should be sending us REPARATIONS for their immeasurable role in our oppression are generously rewarded. To Phillips, all Howard University is is “an institution that helps haters spread their message.” Black Americans should now ask whether our investment in Moshe Phillips’ Israel is worth ten times more than our investment in Black education?