Billy Graham Warned Nixon of ‘Synagogue of Satan’

Transcript: Billy Graham and Richard Nixon, February 21, 1973

Graham: “And the people that have been the most pro-Israel are the ones that are being attacked now by the Jews.


The Rev. Billy Graham and President Richard Nixon held a phone conversation on February 21, 1973, right after a horrific terrorist attack committed by Israel. The Israelis had just shot down a civilian airplane, killing 108. After an exchange of niceties, the transcription starts at 2:10:


Graham: I believe, I believe the Lord is with you. I really do. 

Nixon: You know, we’ve got, we’ve still got the problems. Wasn’t that a horrible thing, those Israelis shooting down that plane?

Graham: Terrible. [unintelligible]

Nixon: I’ve just been raising the devil about that because, uh, I mean it was so stupid, it was so stupid. I mean, to shoot down an unarmed 707? Good heavens. I mean, that’s worse than what they did at the Olympics, the other side. 

Graham: Well, this will be an embarrassment for her [Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir], coming here next week, won’t it?

Nixon: Well, I think it is, yes. But, on the other hand, that’s going to be her embarrassment—not ours. We didn’t do it. But we have to have her, of course. And, uh, she’s, uh—I’ve urged the Israelis, of course privately, that they ought not only to express condolences but to, uh, but to indicate that they’re gonna pay reparations for this. They’ve just got to do it. 

Graham: Absolutely.

Nixon: They just did a terrible thing to have happen, because…

Graham: Things seemed to be moving a little bit better. At least that from what all I read…

Nixon: Yes, and then bing—they do this. 

Graham: …and here Sadat was moving a little bit to the right, it seemed to me.

Nixon: Yes. Now this’ll force him over again.

Graham: That’s right. It sure will. 

Nixon: Yeah. 

Graham: He’ll have to listen to these extremists on the left. 

Nixon: Yeah. We—. It’ll probably stir up for a few days. I don’t know. But we’ll—. Any rate, we’re not going to be, we can’t be blamed for what everybody does. But, I must… with… Mrs. Meir, we’re gonna have to talk pretty straight to her about this sort of thing. When she’s here. 

Graham: Well—.

Nixon: Now, the Israelis, you see, what they do with a thing like this is they lose all of the support that they have in the world, you know…

Graham: That’s right. 

Nixon: We’re their only friends anyway: no other country’s their friend anymore. And now this just raises, uh—Oh! It’s just terrible. 

Graham: There’s two other points. One is, the front page of papers over the weekend carried the story that they’re talking about expelling all Christians from Israel. 

Nixon: Oh, isn’t that nice. 

Graham: And, uh, then the second point is that the Jews in this country are just raising a big… uh, uh…  in speech after speech. Now, for example, this morning on the front page of the Atlanta Constitution, its third major story on the front page was a rabbi denouncing what is called “Key ’73.” Key ’73 is a combination of all the major denominations in the United States including most Roman Catholics, for the first time, joining together in an evangelistic effort. [Nixon chuckles] And they are damning Campus Crusade and damning, so forth, and Rabbi Tannenbaum is coming down here to see me this week about it. And, of course, they are never calling my name. Because they know of uh…

Nixon: You’re their friend. 

Graham: I’ve been their friend, and they know that, but, at the same time, they are going right after the Church. And, and, and there’s a great deal of feeling beginning to rise in areas where they’ve had great friendship. 

Nixon: What’ll happen out of this, if they don’t, you know? What I really think is that deep down in this country there is a lot of anti-Semitism, and all this is going to do is stir it up. 

Graham: It’s right under the surface…

Nixon: Oh boy. 

Graham: …and right to the top.

Nixon: That’s right. Well, anyway. But, uh, I must say that in terms of the other things that, uh, nobody could have ever anticipated that those great tunnels, and the POW, how they would handle themselves. You know, we—they, they did it all on there own. Nobody planned it, they just came off there with their heads high. And if we hadn’t ended the war in the right way, you know, with, uh, they wouldn’t have come out that way. If, for example, we had done what so many were urging—just get out of the war; in other words, we withdraw, if they give us our prisoners—they’d come down with their heads down.

Graham: Well, I—. They surely would. And, uh, they came off those planes saluting and saying “God bless America” and “God bless Nixon.” It was tremendous. I told, uh, my son tonight—I hadn’t seen him in quite a while—and I told him—he’s 21—that, uh, I’m not very emotional but I really cried when I saw those people. I just thought…

Nixon: Yeah, well I think the whole nation did, actually. Yeah.

Graham: …it was just a tremendous experience for this country. You know, the country, Mr. President, needed some heroes. 

Nixon: Exactly.

Graham: And we got ’em. And if they don’t get exploited now and, uh, the high pressure promoters use them…

Nixon: Yeah, that’s right.

Graham:  …and the bad stories start coming out when they have to face problems at home. But, uh…

Nixon: Well, there will be some of that but we won’t exploit them, of course. We’re gonna wait until they all get back before we even have them here at the White House. But then, then we will. 

Graham: Well, they deserve it.  And, uh, they’re a marvelous group of people and it has brought a whole new wave of support, in a very unique way, to you, because people say, “Well, he was right.” In a very dark moment in December, you were right. And they’re gonna trust you the next time, in a way that they didn’t in the past.  And I think that you’ve, you’ve got a tremendous groundswell of support for you. Did you get a copy of the letter that I wrote to Mark Hatfield?

Nixon: Yes, I did [chuckles]. I was, uh, I, uh. [Of] course, I didn’t get particularly stirred up about his comments; I just thought it was rather bad taste. But uh…

Graham: Yeah, but for him.

Nixon: Uh… I think… I thought a lot of people thought he was quite a bit out of line on that—no grace, no, uh, no, you know.

Graham. Oh, it was terrible. I sat there so embarrassed I didn’t know what to do. And when he sat back down, I turned to him, I said, I said “Mark,” I said, “I want to talk to you about that talk.” 

Nixon: Did you? [chuckles]

Graham: And, uh, he didn’t say anything and I hadn’t heard from him so I wrote him a letter and told him that I, I just felt that it would have been a wonderful thing if he had turned to you and said “Mr. President, thank you for getting us this cease fire”… 

Nixon: Yeah, and he didn’t do it.

Graham: …instead of getting up, talking about the sins, and so forth—really, it was terrible. 

Nixon: Well, he’s a strange fellow sometimes, isn’t he?

Graham: I don’t understand him. He is the big disappointment in political life…

Nixon: He’s playing…

Graham: …at least in the politics that I have known…

Nixon: He’s playing… What he’s doing is… I think, unfortunately, he’s playing to the radical groups on the campus and the rest. He doesn’t realize that they’ve passed him by now. 

Graham: Well, they’re in the past. That was proven in McGovern. 

Nixon: That’s right. And here he is still, you know, pandering to that group, which is very unfortunate. 

Graham: Yes, but to use a platform like that in your presence, at a presidential prayer breakfast—which we’ve leaned over backwards all these years to keep nonpolitical—and to get up and do a thing like that was just inexcusable and if he has any part in it next year I don’t intend to go. 

Nixon: Well, I won’t either. 

Graham: I told Doug Coe already about it and Doug, of course, is very clo—. And, you know, the interesting thing about it is that Harold Hughes is getting deep into this prayer breakfast thing, and he goes to every single meeting, he’s on every committee, and pretending to be, you know, a great Christian. And, uh, and in my judgment, there’s something wrong because the night that [Senator John C.] Stennis was shot…

Nixon: Yup.

Graham: …they asked me to come to a prayer meeting in the prayer chapel in the Senate, in the Capitol. And Harold Hughes was there. And, uh, Mark Hatfield was there. And when Harold Hughes started to pray—he was going to pray out loud—he said that he could not pray because he had such hatred in his heart for you. [Nixon chuckles] And so, uh, he really did, to his credit, he said “Oh, God, forgive me.” He said, “I want this out of my heart.” Because, he said, “He’s my president.” And he went through this tremendous, uh, strange experience. For me it was strange. And, um, I uh, I just—.

Nixon: One of their problems is, uh, Billy, with these people like Hughes and Hatfield too is, it’s, uh, it’s a very personal thing with them. That they proved to be wrong on the war and now they just hate to give up. That’s really what’s part of it, don’t you think?

Graham: And a lot of them, they hate to give up. But, they also, some of them, hated that you’re the one got the, got the thing over with. 

Nixon: Yeah, because they had been condemning it so much, and said everything we were doing was wrong and then when it proved to be right…

Graham: Well, I…

Nixon: …then it proved they were wrong, you see? 

Graham: Well, we’re—. All of your friends like me were just so proud and thrilled, and just think, you just think back four years ago where this country was and how far you’ve taken us, it’s tremendous. 

Nixon: Well, you’re feeling pretty good, are you?

Graham: I’m feeling great.

Nixon: Fine.

Graham: Now, Rosy, uh, talked to me about the possibility of coming to the dinner for Mrs. [Golda] Meir. I don’t know whether you know that they were inviting us, but I don’t know whether we should, whether you want us or not…

Nixon: Oh, sure, sure, you should come.

Graham: …[at] the, uh, dinner, but of course if we’re invited, we’ll be…

Nixon: Sure…

Graham: …able to come. 

Nixon: Sure. I uh. This incident, I don’t think is going to change that. I think we just have to go forward, we’re gonna have the dinner—we have to. I think your coming would be the right thing to do, right?

Graham: It might be, because of this religious situation that’s coming up in the country. 

Nixon: Right. But I would be very, very tough with, uh, all of our Jewish friends in here, and Mark Tannenbaum—you tell him he’s making a terrible mistake and that they’re gonna get the darndest wave of anti-Semitism here if they don’t behave. 

Graham: Well, that’s exactly right. And Mark Tannenbaum is probably the most outspoken and the most listened-to rabbi in America…

Nixon: Yeah.

Graham:  …and he’s going to come down here this week. And, uh, he wrote a, um, letter to the New York Times defending me a few days ago. And, uh, he, uh—I think if we can swing him over to make some strong statements, it’ll have a great effect.

Nixon: Right.

Graham: He certainly is one of the cleverest and most brilliant of the rabbis… 

Nixon: Right, right.

Graham: …and, uh, it was very much for you this past time. You know, we tried to get him to lead the prayer group at the convention and he felt he couldn’t go quite that far. 

Nixon: No. Well, the thing that you’ve really got to emphasize to him though, Billy, is that this anti-Semitism is stronger than we think, you know. They just—. It’s unfortunate, but this has happened to the Jews: it happened in Spain, it’s happened in Germany, it’s happening. And now it’s gonna happen in America, if these people don’t start behaving. 

Graham: Well, you know, I told you one time that the Bible talks about two kinds of Jews. One is called “the synagogue of Satan.” They’re the ones putting out the pornographic literature; they’re the ones putting out these obscene films. 

Nixon: Like the thing in Time Magazine. And… 

Graham: It’s terrible…

Nixon: …and then Newsweek

Graham: Ruth canceled both of them. 

Nixon: Good for her. 

Graham: We won’t take Time or Newsweek.

Nixon: I’ll tell you, it’s a disgraceful thing, and I think, I think, really, they don’t deserve to live.

Graham: And for Time to come out, the week of your inauguration, with that thing, was so… 

Nixon: That’s right.

Graham: …unbelievable.

Nixon: Yeah, they—. That’s the first time they ever covered an inauguration without having it on the cover.

Graham: And Henry Luce would turn over in his grave. 

Nixon: I’ll say he would. I’ll say. Well.

Graham: And they’re gonna go the same way that Life went.

Nixon: They will unless they start to shaping up. 

Graham: I was talking to [Barney? Laska?]. He was down there taking a vacation while we were, and he was telling me about the great amount of advertising that Time has lost over the thing.

Nixon: They really have.

Graham: That’s what he said. 

Nixon: Well, they deserve it, they deserve it. The advertisers ought to be sick about this sort of thing.

Graham: Well, I saw you walked over to Trader Vic’s. That’s where I eat in Washington, had a nice time. 

Nixon: Wonderful place, yeah, they’re so nice, all those people and uh… the uh…

Graham: And I saw you riding around with Jackie Gleason. [NIxon chuckles] That was great.

Nixon: Yeah, we had a great reception in South Carolina too. That was…

Graham: Oh yes, it’s on the front pages of every paper here.

Nixon: Those people are—they were great down there. Of course, that’s good country. Good country. 

Graham: This has become Nixon country down through here. [both chuckle]

Nixon: Well, we’ll see you then next, uh—is it Wednesday or Thursday or,  I guess, Thursday.

Graham: Thursday, I believe she told me. 

Nixon: Uh huh. Thursday. I guess. Right. Thursday. Well, we’ll try to make her [Golda Meir]… Uh… We’ll, we’ll let her feel all right. But, boy I’ll tell you, privately, you’ve got to be very strong with these people. 

Graham: We’re going to have a real hair-letting with Rabbi Tannenbaum and find out exactly. And he, he, I think basically, is our friend.  And I want to—.

Nixon: You could point out this: that there’s nothing that I want to do more than to be, I mean, not only a friend of Israel but the friend of the Jews in this country but that, that I have to turn back a terrible tide here if they don’t get a hold of it themselves. And, uh, and it’s up to them.

Graham: And they better understand it and understand it quick.

Nixon: Because there are, there are elements in this country—no, not just the Birchers but a lot of reasonable people are now getting awful sick of it. 

Graham: They really are. 

Nixon: Don’t you think so?

Graham: And the Church too. I think what has happened in the church in the last two months, is almost… uh… They have almost… uh… These denominational leaders, I’m amazed. They are shaken by all this because they’ve been so pro-Jewish. 

Nixon: Sure.

Graham: And the people that have been the most pro-Israel are the ones that are being attacked now by the Jews. And then they’re coming…

Nixon: Can’t figure it out.

Graham: …they’re going to kick all Christians out of Israel is, is unbelievable. 

Nixon: Can’t figure it out. Can’t figure it out. Well, it may be they have a death wish. You know, that’s been the problems with our Jewish friends for centuries. 

Graham: Well, they’ve always been, through the Bible at least, God’s timepiece and he has judged them from generation to generation…

Nixon: Yeah.

Graham:  …and uh… and yet used them and they’ve kept their identity…

Nixon: Right.

Graham: …and one of the things they’re terribly afraid of is so many of these Jewish young people are turning away from Judaism…

Nixon: Yeah. 

Graham: …and turning away from Jewishness. They say they’re Jews but they’re becoming followers of Jesus. Well, that’s just scaring them to death. 

Nixon: [chuckles] I see. 

Graham: You see they’ve set up, they’ve set up all over the country these Jews for Jesus at the various universities. 

Nixon: Good.

Graham: They said they’re remaining Jews but they believe that Jesus was treated wrongly. And uh, they’re—and this is frightening Jewish leaders and they’re overreacting in this country. [Nixon sighs deeply] I’m talking about the rabbis.

Nixon: Oh, I know. Sure. Sure. The professional Jews. But they’re—they’re like the Episcopalians. They’re, they’re losing any appeal to their own people. 

Graham: Sometime when, uh, I have, when you have a few minutes, I want to tell you a plan for organizing, on a world scale, a counterpart to the World Council of Churches. 

Nixon: Boy, GOOD!

Graham: Just for your knowledge, we’re having a conference next summer in Lausanne, with four thousand world leaders…

Nixon: Good.

Graham: …church leaders, bishops and so forth that are sick and tired of the World Council.

Nixon: Well, you know, [Eugene] Carson Blake and these people have been—well, they’re so, uh, totally overboard, you know, the, on everything that is decent. I mean, they’re, uh. they do it in the name of passivism and the rest, but they’re really, uh, uh, they’re really so close to the communists, it’s unbelievable. 

Graham: Well, they are, and, uh, and they say NOTHING against the communists. Ever.

Nixon: NEVER, never. I know.

Graham: Always against us, it’s against South Africa, it’s against Greece and so forth.

Nixon: That’s right. They say—.

Graham: And, uh, you can just—their stuff seems to be written, uh…

Nixon: — right out of …

Graham: …on that side of the country, uh, world.

Nixon:  …written right out of Moscow.

Graham: It sure does. 

Nixon: Right. 

Graham: And just as you have changed the, uh, political picture, we hope to change the religious picture…

Nixon: Well, listen, I’m all for it and uh—.

Graham: … and it’s going to be a bombshell when it comes. 

Nixon: When do you—that’s going to be in the summer?

Graham: Uh, next summer, summer after,  in ’74. We’re going to have, uh, at least half of the Anglican Church, the Anglican World…

Nixon: Mm hm.

Graham: …with us from Britain.

Nixon: Good. 

Graham: We will have a third of the German Lutheran. We will have the great majority of the American Church.

Nixon: Will you?

Graham: We’ll have 90% of the Latin Church, we’ll have 75% of the Far Eastern Church, and we’re going to have, uh— and we’ll be better financed. 

Nixon: Hmm. Now what about the Catholics?

Graham: We don’t know. They’re going to come in great numbers as observers. 

Nixon: Yeah.

Graham: So far, they would not be able to participate and, uh… 

Nixon: Yeah.

Graham: …you know, the Southern Baptists and groups like that wouldn’t…

Nixon: Yuh. The trouble is that, uh…

Graham:  …they couldn’t anyway.

Nixon: The difficulty too is—the Catholics had better shape up a bit too [or] they’re gonna be losing their stroke because…

Graham: Well, they’re, they’re as divided as the Protestants. 

Nixon: …they’re split right down the middle, they sure are. You’ve got the good guys like, you know, Crowe[?] [Krol?] in Philadelphia and, uh, Cook[1] in New York, and then there’s this, this bad wing, that is the Jesuits, who used to be the conservatives, have become the all-out, uh, barn-burning radicals. 

Graham: I, I think quite a bit, by the way, of that fellow you’ve got working for you, [John J.] McLaughlin.

Nixon: Oh yes, yeah, the priest! Yeah.

Graham: Yeah!

Nixon: He’s good. You know, he’s sort of a convert, uh, to our side. He came in a total, all-out peacenik and then he went to…

Graham: You told me about it.

Nixon: …went to Vietnam and changed his mind. 

Graham: I’d never met him until I was over at, uh, our Prayer Breakfast over at the White House about a month ago. 

Nixon: Yup, yup. 

Graham: Uh, he invited me up to his office and I went over and spent about an hour with him. 

Nixon: He’s a very capable fellow, bright as a tack. Well, anyway, we’ll see you then on the first. 

Graham: Well, thank you sir.

Nixon: Yeah.

Graham: I appreciate your calling.

Nixon: Tell Ruth, we’ll look forward to seeing her?

Graham: Okay.

Nixon: All right.

Graham: God bless ya.

Nixon: Bye. 

Graham: Bye.


[1] G. Bradford Cook?

The Mother and Father of Apartheid: The Jewish Randlords

By Robert Muhammad, guest author

In the wake of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan’s historic Saviours’ Day address this past February 25th, certain elements in the Jewish Zionist community, along with their allies and right-wing Republicans, have again attempted to drive a wedge between Minister Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam and certain Black politicians (members of the Congressional Black Caucus) and activists (Women’s March leaders), by employing what has become known as the Farrakhan litmus test.

This old, tired strategy usually consists of falsely accusing the Minister of making anti-Semitic and racist statements, then attempting to force Black politicians and activists to publicly denounce him on the basis of those imaginary statements. As usual, these accusations of anti-Semitism and hate speech leveled at the Minister have no merit. As a matter of fact, these Zionist so-called Jews and their controlled pundits have never been able to actually disprove any of the statements that Minister Farrakhan has made concerning the wicked behavior of those who call themselves Jews but hide their dirty practices under the names of the righteous prophets of God.

A perfect example of that Zionist deception is their attempt to label the Minister as anti-Semitic for calling the Satanic Jews, of the Synagogue of Satan, the “mother and father of Apartheid,” in his Saviours’ Day address.

Minister Farrakhan isn’t the only prominent figure who has been labeled anti-Semitic for placing the Zionist Jews at the center of the system of Apartheid. Presidents Jimmy Carter and Nelson Mandela were both called anti-Semitic for accusing the Zionist Jews of forcing an Apartheid system of oppression on the Palestinian population in Palestine.

In a January 25th, 2007, interview with the NPR news service concerning his book Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid, former U.S. President Jimmy Carter said the following about Jewish occupation of Palestinian land: “Apartheid is a word that is an accurate description of what has been going on in the West Bank, and it’s based on the desire or avarice of a minority of Israelis for Palestinian land.” He went on to say, “This is a word that’s a very accurate description of the forced separation within the West Bank of Israelis from Palestinians and the total domination and oppression of Palestinians by the dominant Israeli military.”

Freedom fighter and former President of South Africa, the late Nelson Mandela, expressed his support of the Palestinian struggle against Israeli colonization and occupation, in a 1997 speech for International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People: “When in 1977, the United Nations passed the resolution inaugurating the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian people, it was asserting the recognition that injustice and gross human rights violations were being perpetrated in Palestine….[W]e know too well that our freedom is incomplete without the freedom of the Palestinians.” Just weeks after being released from prison after 27 years, Nelson Mandela met with Palestine Liberation Organization Chairman Yasir Arafat and afterwards said publicly: “[T]here are many similarities between our struggle and that of the PLO. We live under a unique form of colonialism in South Africa, as well as in Israel…”

Many Zionists and their defenders would have us believe that Presidents Jimmy Carter and Nelson Mandela were anti-Semitic just for pointing out the central role the Zionist Jews have played in perpetuating an Apartheid system in the Holy Land. And Chicago Tribune columnist Clarence Page, in a recent article titled “How Farrakhan kills the joy in identity politics,” would have us believe that the Minister’s charge of Zionist Jewish Apartheid is just some anti-Semitic rant or fantasy.

In reality, not only have Jews been at the center of establishing Apartheid in Palestine, they were also at the root of the Apartheid system of racist South Africa. Which brings us to the case of a group of late 19th-century Jewish exploiters who became known as the Randlords.

In his 1997 doctoral thesis, titled “Old Masters and Aspirations: The Randlords, Art and South Africa,” Michael Stevenson points out how a small group of capitalists, “many of whom were from middle-class German-Jewish backgrounds” made vast amounts of money from exploiting the labor of Black indigenous workers in the mining of rich deposits of gold and diamonds in southern Africa, starting in the 1870s.

By the 1890s these Jewish capitalists came to be known as the Randlords in the English press. Stevenson documents the history of Jews, such as Alfred and Otto Beit, Herman Eckstein, J.M. Solomon, and Sir Julius Wernher, who took advantage of the gold and diamond rush by Europeans at Kimberley in the Northern Cape Province of South Africa. This rush for gold and diamonds ensued after the discovery of large deposits of these riches were found on the southern Africans’ native land.

Barney Barnato

According to the Encyclopaedia Judaica, in an entry on the history of the city of Johannesburg, South Africa, it is said of the Jews: “They were among the leaders of the gold mining industry and helped build up the city as South Africa’s commercial, industrial, and financial center. Prominent among the Jewish ‘Randlords’ were the colorful Barney Barnato, Solly Joel, and Samuel Marks.”

Barney Barnato — born as Barnett Isaacs in 1852 to a Jewish family in Great Britain and educated at the Jews’ Free School, “a Talmud Torah” school — was one of the first and most prominent of the South African Jewish Randlords. He, along with his brother Harry, migrated to South Africa in the early 1870s. The Barnato brothers eventually formed the Barnato Diamond Mining Company and established themselves as the chief rivals of Cecil Rhodes, who was operating as the agent for the Jewish French Rothschild bank, which was also heavily involved in the exploitation of African labor in the gold and diamond mines at that time.

At this point it is of interest to note that the role of the Jewish Rothschild family in the exploitation of Black labor in the 19th century formed a global matrix, with the French branch exploiting Black labor for gold and diamonds in southern Africa, and the French and British branches exploiting Black slave labor across the ocean in the American south for cotton and tobacco, as documented in the NOI book The Secret Relationship Between Blacks and Jews, Volume 2, pages 320-338.

Barney Barnato and Cecil Rhodes engaged in a protracted economic battle to establish who would gain control over the lucrative diamond and gold markets in southern Africa. This economic war eventually led to a consolidation in 1888 into what is now known as the De Beers diamond empire.

On the back cover of a book titled The Randlords: The Men Who Made South Africa, by British journalist Geoffrey Wheatcroft, it is said that the Randlords “invaded South Africa at the end of the last century [nineteenth], mined vast fortunes in gold and diamonds, and in the process laid the economic, social, and political foundations, including the Apartheid system, that continue to shake this great and complex land.”

The day is over when the Satanic so-called Jews and their apologists and puppets can simply throw the label of “anti-Semite” at someone as a diversion from the exposure of their wicked history of oppression and exploitation of Black people. The Black community is waking up, and the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan has issued a challenge to the Synagogue of Satan to come out of their hiding places and defend publicly their wicked history.


Robert Muhammad is a Chicago-based freelance writer; he can be contacted at and Twitter @RobertMuhammad1.


Open Letter to Congressman Todd Rokita, R-IN

From: Demetric Muhammad, Student Minister, Nation of Islam Research Group

Re: Your U.S. House Resolution condemning Minister Farrakhan, the Office of the Pope and the Jewish ideas that have created animosity and anger toward Black Americans

Congressman Rokita, I have read the draft of your resolution to condemn the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan in the U.S. House of Representatives. And based upon Minister Farrakhan’s profound history as a beneficial presence in the Black community, I am highly offended and greatly disturbed by your resolution.

I am also amazed by your inability to see the connection between Minister Farrakhan’s passionate words delivered in his 2018 Saviours’ Day address and the sacrosanct words of your Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.

As a Roman Catholic, you, sir, are a Bible-believing Christian. Roman Catholicism exists as the parent denomination of all of Christendom. The Roman Catholic Pope is the Bishop of Rome and is considered to be the Vicar of Jesus, the Christ. The Holy Book of Catholics is the Catholic Bible. One of the books found in both the Catholic and the Protestant Bibles is the Book of Revelation. In Jesus’ letter to both the Church at Philadelphia and the Church at Smyrna he uses the phrase “synagogue of Satan.” This phrase is found in Revelation 2:9 and 3:9. Revelation 2:9 reads, in the Online Catholic Bible version:

“I know your hardships and your poverty, and—though you are rich—the slander of the people who falsely claim to be Jews but are really members of the synagogue of Satan.”

In your resolution, you identified Minister Farrakhan’s use of the phrase “Satanic Jews” as problematic and cited it as the reason for your resolution, stating that our beloved Minister was guilty of “promoting ideas that create animosity and anger toward Jewish Americans and the Jewish religion.” Yet based upon the Catholic Bible’s English translation of New Testament Greek, the Minister’s phrasing clearly arises out of the prophetic words of Jesus.

Is it safe to say, then, that a resolution condemning the New Testament as “promoting ideas that create animosity and anger toward Jewish Americans and the Jewish religion” is something that we can expect you to author sometime in the near future?

Congressman Rokita, did you know that the same thing that you condemn Minister Farrakhan for is the same thing that the Pope has been condemned for? As a Roman Catholic, I would expect you to defend the Pope, but maybe you have decided to prioritize your politics over your faith. I don’t think that is wise for any believer to do. I think commitment to spiritual principles and our commitment to the truth should be the priority for all believers whether they are Jewish, Christian or Muslim.

Brown University professor David I. Kertzer wrote a book titled The Popes Against the Jews: The Vatican’s Role in the Rise of Modern Anti-Semitism. In it Kertzer presents “shocking revelations about the role played by the Vatican in the development of modern anti-Semitism.” His book promo states that while “working in long-sealed Vatican archives, Kertzer unearths startling evidence to undermine the Church’s argument that it played no direct role in the spread of modern anti-Semitism.”

How would you respond to Mr. Kertzer’s book? He is blaming the office of the Pope for the rise and spread of modern “anti-Semitism.” Congressman Rokita, the same folks who have sent you out to condemn Minister Farrakhan are the same people who have routinely condemned the Pope.

The sad fact is that the words of Jesus and the story of his life are widely condemned by the Jewish community as being anti-Semitic. So to condemn Minister Farrakhan for using the phrase “satanic Jews” is to condemn Jesus for using the phrase “synagogue of Satan,” because “satanic Jews” is only a reference to those who are the members of the group your Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ dubbed as the “synagogue of Satan.”

Congressman Rokita, did you know that according to the Jewish Virtual Library,

“The gospel story, which has generated more anti-Semitism than the sum of all the other anti-Semitic writings ever written, created the climate in Christian Europe that led to the Holocaust. Long before the rise of Adolf Hitler, the gospel story about the life and death of Jesus had poisoned the bloodstream of European civilization.”

What do you think about that? Do you know that it was reported that one of your Israeli counterparts who is a member of the Knesset, Michael Ben Ari, was gifted with a copy of the New Testament by the Bible Society of Israel? Afterwards he was photographed ripping it apart and throwing it in the trash, calling the New Testament Bible a “despicable book”! Do you know that it was reported that on March 23, 1980, hundreds of copies of the New Testament were publicly and ceremonially burnt in Jerusalem under the auspices of an Orthodox Jewish organization subsidized by the Israeli Ministry of Religions?

I am sure your friends at the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) are behind your sponsorship of H.R. 772. But did you know that the former head of the ADL Mr. Abraham Foxman said the following:

“For almost twenty centuries . . . the church was the archenemy of the Jews—our most powerful and relentless oppressor and the worlds’ greatest force for the dissemination of Anti-Semitic beliefs and the instigation of the acts of hatred. Many of the same people who operated the gas chambers worshiped in Christian churches on Sunday. . . . The question of the complicity of the church in the murder of the Jews is a living one. We must understand the truths of our history.”

So just to summarize this issue for you: you have placed the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan in the company of the Pope of Rome, the New Testament Scriptures and Jesus the Christ. How then, sir, are you able to condemn the Minister, when he has done nothing more than lift words from a book you hold to be sacred and given it a necessary modern context and application?

I have enclosed a copy of my latest article for you to read, which also addresses your concern over the promotion of ideas that create anger and animosity for Jewish people.

Jews Targeted Black Self-Help Long Before Farrakhan

In 1942, one can imagine the dedicated 9-year-young musical prodigy named Louis Walcott walking purposefully through his tree-lined Boston neighborhood with his violin case in hand. Within a couple of years he would be awed by a performance of Beethoven by the Jewish violin grand master Jascha Heifitz, and even work his way backstage for a prized autograph. It would be another 13 years before the young man would even learn of the Nation of Islam and attend a lecture by The Man—Elijah Muhammad—who would forever change Louis’s life as he had changed the lives of countless millions of others.

Understanding where young Louis Walcott was in 1942 and what he was doing is critical to our understanding of the attacks on The Minister and the Nation of Islam in 2018. For while young Louis was but a boy in Boston perfecting his violin technique, 82 Black American Muslims in Chicago were being attacked in their place of worship and arrested for no other offense than practicing their chosen faith. We know this because of a recently uncovered secret memorandum written in 1942 titled “Temple of Islam Infiltration,” which boasts that a “Negro employed by us” proved “quite instrumental” in an FBI raid on the Chicago mosque. That “us” in the memo was the Jewish Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith, a.k.a. the ADL.

ADL leader Arnold Forster, admits NOI is not “anti-Semitic.”

Other secret memos from the ADL would later come to light wherein its Jewish leader, Arnold Forster, admitted privately that “we have no documentable evidence of anti-Semitism on the part of the Temples of Islam movement or Elijah Muhammad.” Yet Jewish organizations publicly labeled the NOI as “anti-Semitic” and instigated the arrest of its members. So why have these allegedly victimized and ever-persecuted claimants to the title of “God’s Chosen People” hired “infiltrators” to initiate FBI raids and mass arrests of a religious group of Black self-help advocates? Why are Jews, who in 1942 were comfortably ensconced in the American middle class, even interested in the activities of a Black religious organization that worked almost exclusively in the inner-city ghettos?

Jewish studies professor Dr. Marc Dollinger offers a startling explanation:

“Despite the Nation of Islam’s political marginalization, American Jewish Committee officials still feared [Elijah] Muhammad. His charismatic personality, willingness to confront racism in the most dramatic rhetorical terms and ability to inspire even non-believing African American listeners concerned Jewish leaders. The Nation of Islam leader, they feared, could earn the respect of his black audiences, even if they chose not to join his movement.”

Thus, in 2018 Dr. Dollinger provides the insight necessary to finally understand the Jewish motives for their sustained campaign of pure wicked, violent hatred of Minister Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam. Blacks have always believed that Jews were in alliance with Blacks for the purpose of “confronting racism,” but the actions of the Jewish leaders going back now 76 years tell us the opposite. Dollinger is clearly suggesting that the elimination of anti-Black racism was a threat to Jews.

It is all the more shocking because in 1942, as ADL leaders were targeting American Blacks, Nazis were ordering Jews to wear the yellow Star of David on their outer clothing. The Holocaust Museum says that in Poland in 1942 the Nazis “killed at least 434,508 Jews in gas chambers with carbon monoxide gas…” Nearly a million others, they say, were rounded up at Auschwitz and “exterminated” with “Zyklon B (prussic acid) gas.” In 1942, 265,000 Jews from the Warsaw ghetto, they say, were deported “to the Treblinka killing center.”

And yet American Jewish leaders amidst this slaughter of their own Jewish people were boasting of having launched precisely the same kind of Nazi operation against a Black self-help religious group in America—a group that had no relationship to or conflict with the Jewish people!

The question is Why?

A deeper look into the history of Blacks and Jews in America finds other disturbingly racist schemes by the Jewish leadership that predate both the 1930 beginning of the Nation of Islam and the “Final Solution” of Hitler’s Third Reich. And the threat of Black “self-help,” not Islam, seems to be the common thread that ties them all together in the Jewish mind.

The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan helps set the stage when he poignantly remembers a moment with his uncle that occurred in 1945:

[A]ll my life I’d been longing for somebody who would love us enough to free us from the oppressive hand of our wicked oppressors. I looked for him; I searched for him, and the closest that I came to finding him was when my uncle showed me a picture of The Right Honorable Marcus Mosiah Garvey. When I asked my uncle who is that man, he said, “He came to unite our people,” and I wanted to go right away to meet him! But my uncle told me that Mr. Garvey had passed. And, as a 12-year-old, the tears were running down my face, because I had come so close to the man I was looking for, and he was gone.

Certainly, The Minister and probably also his uncle (the great Brother Samuel Muhammad, a long, long-time member of Boston’s Temple #11) were unaware of how the man who had come “to unite our people” had passed from this world in 1940 at the young age of just 52.

Marcus Garvey’s show trial consisted of a Jewish prosecutor, a Jewish judge, and an all-white, half-Jewish jury.

In 1922, Marcus Garvey was leading the largest Black self-help movement in the history of America. His Universal Negro Improvement Association had captured the imagination of Black people with his cry of “Up you Mighty People, you can accomplish what you will!” Nothing even remotely “Jewish” about that mantra, yet, curiously, Jews went into action to “accomplish what they will.” They began to falsely charge that Garvey was “anti-Semitic,” and Joel Spingarn, the Jewish board chairman of the NAACP, began the “Garvey Must Go” campaign to destroy the Black leader. This Jewish campaign of hate led to Garvey’s arrest on plainly falsified charges. His “trial” in New York was a legal mockery, prosecuted by a Jewish D.A. and argued before a jury of white men—half of whom were Jews. The trial judge was Julian Mack, the most prominent Jew in America, who served as the president of the Zionist Organization of America, the World Jewish Congress, and the American Jewish Congress; and he was a leader of the ADL’s parent cult B’nai B’rith! The verdict against Garvey was a foregone conclusion, with Mack imposing the maximum sentence. And so the man who “came to unite our people” was confined by this Jewish cabal to an Atlanta penitentiary and then deported to Jamaica. The arrogant racist Jewish prosecutor Maxwell Mattuck actually said that he “was more interested in Negroes than Marcus Garvey.” Garvey had a different take:

“When they wanted to get me they had a Jewish judge try me, and a Jewish prosecutor. I would have been freed but two Jews on the jury held out against me ten hours and succeeded in convicting me, whereupon the Jewish judge gave me the maximum penalty.”

Today the Black man and woman can continue to turn the pages of history back and back and back to find Jewish people in a constant state of war with Black progress. Garvey, at least, had some measure of freedom to leave us a powerful example of a Black self-help movement. A few years before, he might have been a sharecropper financially indebted to the local Jewish merchants, who syphoned or stole all the wealth from the Black laborers of the cotton South. A generation before, he might have been sold at slave auctions that were so crammed with Jewish buyers and sellers that slave sales had to be postponed on Jewish holidays. Back then, Jews did not call Black self-help advocates “anti-Semites”—they called them “runaways.” And many a self-emancipating “runaway” was recaptured and returned to enslavement by one of the thousands of reward-seeking Jewish peddlers trolling the highways and byways of America. Before that, Garvey might have found himself on the Jesus of Lubek, the ship of the notorious slave trader Sir John Hawkins, who we now know was commissioned by Jews, supplied with African human cargo by Jews, and guided across the Atlantic by Jewish pilots, his African captives sold to Jewish buyers in the Caribbean.

Jewish slave-owner Moses Levy uses newspaper to chase down self-emancipated Black man.

The sanctimonious cries of “anti-Semitism” mask this wretched reality, and its current viciousness and intensity are a measure of how desperately dependent Jews have always been on Blacks as laborers and as consumers. If Jews were to lose Blacks in these servant roles, the economic foundation of white supremacy would collapse overnight. If we think that Jews are riled up over a Chicago speech by The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan in 2018, or a photograph with Obama in 2005—they are—but there was anti-Black Jewish treachery long before Minister Farrakhan’s presence in our midst. What of the 1942 ADL-instigated attack on the Chicago mosque when Farrakhan was just 9 years young? What of Garvey’s persecution by Jewish leaders a decade before Farrakhan was even born? And what of the protracted period of decadent Jewish slave-trading and Jewish profiteering from the products of forced slave labor, and the more than a century’s history of economic exploitation of the Black consumer?

Garvey wrote, “A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots.” And The Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad said, “History is best qualified to reward our research.” Jesus was fearlessly on point when He—like Minister Farrakhan—targeted the “Synagogue of Satan” in Revelation 2:9 and 3:9, and then confronted Jews with their profoundly wicked history (John 8:44).

Today, Farrakhan is the embodiment of all those great men. He answers the cries of the countless victims of this centuries-long demonic Jewish rule, with his own sustained campaign of Black redemption and upliftment. The Showdown our great ancestors wanted to have against this longstanding but unseen enemy is now underway, and with Farrakhan victory is assured.



The Scapegoating of Blacks is an Old (very old) Jewish Trick

To a room “packed with Israeli diplomats,” Judith Varnai Shorer, the Israeli consul general in Atlanta, Georgia, is filmed saying this: “The major problem with Israel is with the young generation of the black community— Black Lives Matter starts there…


The recent attack on The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan and his supporters by what is left of the aging old-line “Jewish leadership” is revealing much more about Jewish history than about Farrakhan. For the latest Jewish onslaught shows that the Satanic gangsters at the Anti-Defamation League and their media operatives are merely rehashing a racist Jewish tradition that was so profitable for them that they are loath to give it up.

From slavery on forward, Jews historically have earned the largest benefits from scapegoating Blacks for all of society’s ills. In fact, Blacks have been such a useful lightning rod for Jews that much of their massive wealth acquisition in America is directly attributable to the twin cash cows of Black slave labor and the presence of the Black man and woman to absorb the white animosity and violence that had previously targeted Jews. The intra-community conflicts that kept white Jews and Gentiles in almost a constant state of war in Europe were redirected in America to the Black slave as Jews and Gentile whites teamed up to keep afloat the most profitable enterprise in world history.

Jews grew the wealthiest where Black oppression was most vicious, such as in the plantation South. As Jeffrey Goldberg of the Atlantic Magazine just revealed, “The presence of the southern Jews complemented the system of slavery; their mercantilistic interest made slavery a more effective labor system.” And it made them the wealthiest of ALL white European immigrant communities! In effect, admits Goldberg, African slavery was in the Jewish businessman’s wheelhouse—it was his comfort zone, his stock in trade.

So the targeting of Blacks who might disturb this highly lucrative revenue stream has become a Jewish business in itself, and since 1913 the Jewish ADL has become the or Apple of the anti-Black scapegoating industry. And Jewish scholars have never been loath to admit the obvious historical benefits of racist scapegoating for Jews.

Dr. Henry Feingold

Baruch College professor Dr. Henry Feingold penned one of the most popular books on Jewish American history wherein he wrote that for Jews there was a “concealed advantage in living in a society which reserved most of its fear and rancor for its blacks.” Dr. Harold Brackman of the Simon Wiesenthal Center wrote that Blacks in the Civil War era “bore the main brunt of the war-heightened social tensions that, had there been no black scapegoats, would certainly have [been] borne much more heavily [by] the Jews.” The popular Jewish writer and historian Eli Evans wrote that Southern Jews

attribute the lack of personal anti-Semitic incidents to the presence of the Negro, whom they refer to as “the lightning rod for prejudice.”

Dr. Louis Schmier

Dr. Louis Schmier, an Anti-Defamation League researcher, uses the same language in his analysis:

the presence of blacks acts as a lightning rod to attract antagonistic attitudes which otherwise might be directed against the Jews…

Jewish folklorist David Max Eichhorn wrote that the Southern Jew

was spared some of the indignities suffered by the Jews in more northern states, mainly because of the ubiquitous presence of a convenient scapegoat, the black.

Leon Harris discusses the remarkable rise of Jewish-owned department stores in the South, like Neiman-Marcus and Rich’s, and reasons that

After the War and Reconstruction, the exploitation and consequent hatred of the “niggers” on the part of many Southern whites diverted much of the hostility that might otherwise have been directed at Jews.

Dr. Irving Howe

Brandeis’s Irving Howe, author of the most popular book on American Jewish history, World of Our Fathers, added that

For decades American blacks had served…as a kind of buffer for American Jews. So long as native hatreds were taken out primarily on blacks, they were less likely to be taken out on Jews.

The winner of the Southern Jewish History Book Prize, Dr. Clive Webb, stated:

No doubt white animosity towards African-Americans continued to deflect criticism of an ethnic minority which might otherwise have found itself more openly despised and discriminated against.

There is a wealth of testimony captured in great scholarly detail in the Nation of Islam’s The Secret Relationship Between Blacks and Jews, Vol. 2, wherein the value of Black scapegoats for Jews is presented in all its ugliness. The illiteracy of the major Jewish leaders and their ignorance of what their own scholars have written should not be a deterrent to our understanding of the Jewish role in Black oppression.

Dr. Clive Webb

Blacks are now waking up to the reality that Jews have NEVER had any compelling interest in seeing Blacks emerge from their degraded political, economic, and social station at the bottom of American society. White Supremacy has worked so well for them that Jews as a group have always been the richest of all whites in America. Only the Nation of Islam—an independent Black organization founded in faith and truth—is capable of upsetting this twisted and exploitative Black-Jewish, slave-slave master relationship. So it stands to reason that Jewish leaders are “all in” to maintain and reinforce America’s racial status quo.

So make no mistake—the latest wave of anti-Black invective directed at Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam by the Synagogue of Satan is not motivated by Jewish fear of “Black anti-Semitism.” It is just the dog returning to its vomit.

What Billy Graham & Nixon Whispered, Farrakhan Roars

The death of the Reverend Billy Graham has brought to the fore a long-standing and troubling reality now facing the religious world. It is significant indeed that the man known as “America’s Preacher”—a man who has counseled 12 Christian presidents as far back as Harry Truman—has been silenced just as religious conflict and discord descend upon the world. But secretly recorded White House audiotapes show that Reverend Graham’s public preaching of the Gospel concealed the depth of his concern over the Jewish threat that faces America and the world.

Pres. Richard Nixon ordered that all White House conversations be secretly recorded, and when he reached out to the Rev. Billy Graham shortly after Israel’s shooting down of an unarmed civilian airplane in 1973—a brutal terrorist act that angered both men—Graham offered the president some very earnest, powerful, and private advice:

The Bible talks about two kinds of Jews. One is called the Synagogue of Satan. They’re the ones putting out the pornographic literature. They’re the ones putting out these obscene films.”[1]

The Rev. Graham is here referring to the powerful distinction made in the Bible’s Book of Revelation 2:9, which says: “I know the blasphemy of them which say they are Jews, and are not, but are the synagogue of Satan.…” It is the passage that warns the Gentiles that they must be careful to view those who identify as Jews as two separate people: righteous Jews that adhere to the Old Testament teachings of Moses, and a second group—an errant cabal—that have always concealed their wicked activities under the false claim that they are the Chosen People of God. Jesus Himself confronted them in the notorious passage from John 8, in which he said, “Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father ye will do.”

The historical record is filled to the brim with these imposter Jews, who for centuries dominated the slave trade and its atrocities and all manner of vice and degeneracy.[2] The Rev. Graham was warning Nixon of those Jews, and both agreed that those Jews have done serious damage to the country.

In 2017, the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan rolled up into the Watergate Hotel—a landmark location in Nixon-era political history—in order to emphasize his very open and public advice to the current president Donald Trump:

“[T]here are righteous Jews, good Jews, Jews that want to practice the teachings of the prophets. But then there are others who do not wish to practice…”[3]

Quietly, Graham offered the exact same advice to Nixon, but it was offered in hushed tones and framed by fear. Who were they scared of and why? The Minister was fearlessly crystal clear:

“I don’t hear you preaching that full Gospel. You are afraid of consequences. But no man can say he’s a Jew and promote homosexuality. No man can say he’s a Jew and promote that which is against the commandments of God. No man can say he’s a Jew and run the despicable, degenerate movies. The filth and degenerate language.”

On the subject of homosexuality the Rev. Graham opined to his last day that “The Bible provides God’s blueprint for marriage and for His good gift of sex in Genesis 2:24. The gift is only to be enjoyed within a marriage between a man and a woman.”[4] Billy Graham’s wife, Ruth, who helped him craft and research his sermons and books, actually took it a step further than her husband would go:

“If God doesn’t soon bring judgment upon America, He’ll have to go back and apologize to Sodom and Gomorrah!”[5]

Rev. Graham and Min. Farrakhan say the Synagogue of Satan is responsible for America’s apocalyptic downfall, and both received official White House backing. Pres. Barack Obama’s second-in-command, Vice President Joseph Biden, told Jewish leaders in the media that they are in large part responsible for American acceptance of gay marriage:

“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.”[6]

In another conversation with President Nixon, Graham complained about what he saw as Jewish domination of the news media:

“This stranglehold has got to be broken or this country is going down the drain.”

“You believe that?” Nixon asked in response.

“Yes, sir,” Mr. Graham said.

“Oh, boy. So do I,” Nixon said. “I can’t ever say that, but I believe it.”

“No, but if you get elected a second time, then we might be able to do something,” Mr. Graham said.[7]

The Minister is not elected—except by God—and he spoke publicly and powerfully, not into a bugged telephone, but into a very live and open microphone:

“The enemy that owns [reality TV] is the same people that own Hollywood, the same people that control your press, the same people that control your media, the same people who are the publishers, the same people who are the distributors, the same Synagogue of Satan, and they put you before the world in this disgraceful manner.”

At that time Nixon was Commander in Chief of what was claimed to be the greatest military machine on the earth. He had an army, a navy, an air force, the marines, and a space program; the crusading Billy Graham claims to have preached to “nearly 215 million people in more than 185 countries and territories.” Yet these two “powerful” Christian men fretted over a force so powerful that neither is known to have ever publicly spoken the term “Synagogue of Satan”!

So errant were these Satanic Jews that Nixon wondered out loud if the Israelis and their Zionist supporters had a death wish:

“Can’t figure it out. Can’t figure it out. Well, it may be they have a death wish. You know, that’s been the problems with our Jewish friends for centuries….It’s unfortunate, but this has happened to the Jews: it happened in Spain, it’s happened in Germany, it’s happening. And now it’s gonna happen in America, if these people don’t start behaving.“

The whispering Reverend Graham has now fallen silent at age 99. Despite the Revelation of his private condemnation of Jewish behavior, he is being honored with a state funeral that only four people have ever had, whilst the roaring Brother Minister Farrakhan is being pilloried for the very same condemnation of Jewish misdeeds. The pungent hypocrisy of the selective Jewish outrage reeks indeed. Nixon never repudiated his beliefs and Graham claimed to have a faulty memory, but the trepidation they both expressed in those phone calls betrays a fear that one would never expect from two of the most powerful men in the world. The “Synagogue of Satan” had both of them trembling. Said Graham:

“A lot of Jews are great friends of mine. They swarm around me and are friendly to me because they know that I am friendly to Israel and so forth. But they don’t know how I really feel about what they’re doing to this country, and I have no power and no way to handle them.”

Nixon replied, “You must not let them know.”

Let both of these men stand aside. A true leader is now present and fully able to do what the 12 presidents and their Christian pastor could not: speak truth to the hidden power; to that one in the shadows, the one that cowed presidents—the Synagogue of Satan. The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan is that man and that leader who speaks Truth to that power.