Wednesday, December 5, 2007

Minister Farrakhan Breaks Down the Conspiracy against Black Youth

By: Andrea Hodges

The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan has always been concerned about the state of Black youth. On November 4th he passionately vocalized his concern from a webcast at the national headquarters of the Nation of Islam that reached 120 cities across the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom and South Africa.
According to, Minister Farrakhan reflected on the words of scripture in the Book of Exodus when Pharaoh said, “Come, let us deal wisely with them, lest they join onto an enemy and come against us.” It was with those words that a decree went out ordering the slaying of the male offspring of the Children of Israel. Ashahed M, Muhammad, author of the article “Justifiable Homicide: Black Youth in Peril” wrote, “ Minister Farrakhan said what we are looking at historically and prophetically in the scriptures has a direct bearing on what we are experiencing in these modern times.”
In his message, Minister Farrakhan countered critics who doubt anyone would consider eliminating such a large number of people—especially in America---in the name of oppression. His explanation reveals a plan that seems “unthinkable” but is actually occurring as you read.
Through the execution of methods like social engineering and executive decisions that subtly destroy “undesirable people”, Farrakhan illustrates the reality of a war between good and evil. “We have to work hard to make the devil’s plan unsuccessful.”
To highlight the subtle success of social engineering Minister Farrakhan cited the following facts:
Black men in prison in the United States, outnumber those jailed in any other part of the world.
A large majority of Black males do not finish high school and of those who do and go on to college, only about 22% graduate.
Of that 22% most are from other countries
Minister Farrakhan argues that with such a large number of Black males being unable to compete in the work force, they explore illegal revenue paths more often, are more easily coerced into the army, or are more likely to become trapped in the criminal justice system due to criminal behavior.
Minister Farrakhan used a number of sources to explain the reality of executive decisions in our world. “An executive decision is a judgment made at the highest level concerning a branch of government required to administer law or policy,” said Minister Farrakhan, explaining that a decision has been made at the highest levels to not only limit population growth but to eliminate large numbers of people considered “undesirable” using a variety of methods.
According to, Farrakahn quoted a report titled, “Rebuilding America’s Defenses” from the Neoconservative think-tank the Project for a New American Century (PNAC) that explained a shift in combat methods to biological warfare targeting specific genotypes. also noted that Minister Farrakhan believes that worldwide famine, forced sterilization, toxic food, toxic water, toxic air and toxic medicines administered through vaccinations as weapons of war confirm the plan to discard specific populations has already been put into play.
As further support, Minister Farrakhan cited Henry Kissinger’s 1974 report which said that “depopulation should be the highest form of policy toward the Third world.” He also noted that the
London office of the African National Congress (ANC) found that Israel gave nuclear weapons to apartheid government of the Afrikaaners in South Africa that only destroys people; targeting specific genotypes, or genetic expressions.

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