The Nation of Islam’s Louis Farrakhan is acting crazy for a change. The Pastor of Putrid posted a short video on his Instagram account clipped from a 2015 interview on the Rock Newman radio show where he claims that God wants to segregate black and white people into separate American states.
Newman asks Farrakhan if it is still his goal and that of the Nation of Islam. Here’s his answer:
That’s not just my goal. That’s what God wants! Most of our people don’t want it yet. You love your enemy. You want to stay with your enemy. You’re in love with his wealth! Oh, I understand the fascination, slaves! I understand that. But God has something else for us! Let me tell you what’s gonna happen. Yes, I’m after a separate state. A separate nation. In the ’60s, what was our cry, Rock? We weren’t saying we want to integrate, we were saying ‘It’s nation time!’ Black Power to do what? To integrate a lunch counter? Black Power to build a nation for 40 million — now near 50 million — Black people.
I wonder how God communicated his message Farrakhan. Was it on the phone? If so did he call God, or did God call him? “Hey Louis, God here, I have something really evil to push.” Did the voice of God come from the car radio as it did in the comedy film “Oh God!”?
Did the two chat only about segregation? Did Farrakhan happen to ask about the weather? Get stock tips? I would love to know if God told Farrakhan who is going to win the big game on Sunday.
The real question is whether God would talk to Louis Farrakhan at all? I mean, Farrakhan isn’t very tolerant. He prays for America to be destroyed, calls Jews “termites,” has praised both Hitler and Quadafi and has said that “white people deserve to die.” Those words just don’t sound like the words of someone that God would be willing to confab with. Unless of course, the big guy upstairs was telling Farrakhan to stop being a bigot and start loving his fellow man.
The minister of mudslinging is ignoring the “Golden Rule” which Islam also subscribes to:
A Bedouin came to the prophet, grabbed the stirrup of his camel and said: O the messenger of God! Teach me something to go to heaven with it. Prophet said: “As you would have people do to you, do to them; and what you dislike to be done to you, don’t do to them. Now let the stirrup go! —Kitab al-Kafi, vol. 2, p. 146
Below is the video Farrakhan posted:
Cross posted at The Lid