Farrakhan: Joining U.S. Military Is Fighting ‘for the Enemy,’ ‘Synagogue of Satan”


louis-farrakhanAnti-Semitism, anti-Americanism, anti-military.

These are just a handful of themes that can be found in Minister Louis Farrakhan’s recent address to a packed United Center in Chicago, where thousands of followers of the Nation of Islam were gathered to attend the Saviours’ Day Convention, which marked the 82nd year of the Nation of Islam’s existence.

The Nation of Islam leader began his remarks by asserting that Obama was at war with Iran and with himself. And he also resurrected an oft-used phrase to blast the United States: the “synagogue of Satan.” It’s a term he’s used before – in fact, he recently said Glenn Beck was a “minion” of it. According to his website, the phrase “is a gathering of persons of like mind and spirit who are in opposition to the will of God.” In the past, he’s also used it to refer to Israel.

“They are pushing [Obama] to destroy Farrakhan. They want our President to deal with me and Iran. That would make the Synagogue of Satan happy.”

Farrakhan explained, “Now I’m gonna talk about this Synagogue of Satan more directly.[Obama] was really not in favor of the attack on Gaddafi. But they turned him. And he becomes there spokesperson for them. See you gotta understand Satan.”

The minister continued his accusations that the American government engages in geopolitical and racial puppetry.

“When they wanted to attack Panama, go into Grenada and take out the Bishop, they use a black face. They passed over generals and put Colin Powell in as Chief of Staff. And they put a black man in front of a policy to kill black people.”

The minister then condemned Powell and Obama for being subservient to their former “slave-masters.”

“We get a pat on the back by our former slave masters and their children. You would kill your own just to get a pat on the back. Now they wanted Obama in the White House.”

Farrakhan delved further into controversial global politics and security, defending Iran and an administration that is deeply anti-Semitic.

“In all of Iran’s modern history it has never attacked another country. But what is your record America? What is your record Israel? I don’t care what Iran say. I say harsh things, too.”

He lacerated Israeli and American foreign policy as warmongering and condemned the United States’ use of an atomic bomb in WWII. He quotes an unnamed senator during the Vietnam war:

“When they were fighting in Vietnam, the U.S. Senator said, and I quote, ‘Let’s bomb them back into the Stone Age.’ Well, there’s some bombs coming your way that won’t be from a foreign power. I want to acquaint you with your destruction.”

The ‘bombs’ Farrakhan is referring to are both metaphorical and real, referencing the sealing of America’s fate given its militant foreign policy.

Then Farrakhan made a startling decree to his followers: “If America goes to war with Iran, all the young people, you do not fight in America’s wars against another Muslim country. We are all conscientious objectors. Don’t even tell us to use our medical skill in your army. We won’t have to fight; we ain’t going nowhere near that. Now you young mothers up in here, that got these young warriors that tell you they aint’ got no job, they wanna join the Army. You tell them, ‘Hey baby, we’ll create a job before you go fight for the enemy. The Enemy!'”

And who is this enemy? Farrakhan made the answer clear:

“I advise white and black America, Hispanic and Asian America: Why would you send your children to die for a war engineered by Zionists who love Israel more than they love the United States of America? Talk back to me!”

The Minister’s final warning was to President Obama, and included a rhetorical question about a Muslim ever attacking America because of the overwhelming military response it would incur.

“President Obama, I believe you love the American people. But if you bow down to Israel and send American soldiers to die – really for Israel, not for you, not for America – anybody in their right mind in the Muslim world would attack America knowing the response?”

{The Blaze/Matzav.com Newscenter}


  1. If the good Reverend couples hiself to Iran maybe he should move there pronto.

    In the meantime he should stop with the hallucogenic drugs. His delusions are just getting worse and worse.

    Or if we are lucky we will be able to see how many will turn out for his funeral may it be soon.

  2. Farrakhan’s words are right and exact, but you cannot hear them properly beause you are not in the realm of right and exactness. Shalom.