Jews Say Banning Black Books is SAFER Than Dialogue with Blacks
The banning of four Nation of Islam Black history books by Amazon, the largest bookseller in the world, provides a perfect opportunity to examine the wickedly racist ways Jewish power is wielded in America. Amazon provided no warning, no reason, no hearing, and no opportunity to respond—it was a blatant mockery of Amazon founder Jeffrey... Read More
The Attack on Black America, Minister Louis Farrakhan, and the Nation of Islam
The history of Jewish espionage against Black American citizens is long and deep, and it began long before the Nation of Islam was founded by Master Fard Muhammad in 1930. Jewish agents seeking to maintain control over the rate and direction of Black progress infiltrated the NAACP leadership from the very start, forcing it into... Read More
The recent spate of blackface outings seems to have started with the Megyn Kelly debacle a few months ago. She didn’t actually wear blackface—she just wasn’t sufficiently disgusted by it, and though she apologized for the gaff the harsh reaction quickly unemployed her. Now, Virginia’s Governor Ralph Northam and Attorney General Mark Herring have been... Read More
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... Read More
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