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Published On: Thu, Apr 7th, 2011

Farrakhan: America will reap a major deadly earthquake as consequence of her evil and murderous ways against Blacks

Final Call reports America will reap a major deadly earthquake as consequence of “her evil and murderous ways against Blacks and President Obama” has been turned in a dangerous way by Satanic forces inside and outside of government.

Louis Farrakhan spoke during a March 31 during a press conference at the flagship mosque of the Nation of Islam, attacking U.S. foreign policy with Libya and the Middle East as well as the “warmongering against the North African nation.”

“I love Muammar Gadhafi and I love our president. It grieves me to see my brother president set a policy that would remove this man not only from power but from the earth,” said Farrakhan.

Farrakhan explained that the recent Japanese earthquake, tsunami and damage to nuclear plants are tied to God’s vengeance.

 

“Death and destruction is at the door of all of us and we are worse prepared than the Japanese and the arrogance to think that our nuclear reactors are secure,” said the Muslim leader.

America has nuclear reactors “sitting on major fault lines, much death, I’m going to say it again, much death is on its way,” he added, saying that the threat is not from Black Muslims but from an angry God and angry armed White people.

“Now the reason that judgment is on America is not because of bad policies and what she has done to other nations of the earth. But the reason that his anger is kindled against America and his threat to destroy America is because of what America has done, is doing and plans to do against the people that God has chosen. The Black man and woman of America whom I have declared to the world of religion … that we are the Children of Israel and we are the fulfillment of God’s prophesy and promise.

“In other words you don’t have a future in this political-economic system. You can’t carve out a future for 45 million Black people in the economy of America, and this is why God is asking for separation in a state or territory of our own,” said Farrakhan.

“Open your eyes and look at the increasing rain, hail, snow. There are several hundred earthquakes that have already come to America, little ones. God when he sends a warner, the Qur’an says he seizes the people with distress and affliction that they might humble themselves,” said Min. Farrakhan.

He showed President Obama, former British prime ministers Gordon Brown and Tony Blair, Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, French President Nicholas Sarkozy and UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon embracing, shaking hands or greeting Col. Gadhafi.

 

 

President Obama has called for Col. Gadhafi to step down and called his rule illegitimate, but how does America know this? he asked.

“Did you poll the Libyan people? No, you really didn’t. So why not, then, in the ceasefire prepare time for a referendum on Muammar Gadhafi? But you know you don’t want that. Because if you believe he’s that popular in a referendum, nobody in the eastern section can show one thing that they did for the Libyan people more than what Brother Muammar Gadhafi has done. The truth is you want him dead,” said Farrakhan.

 

“It’s a terrible thing for me to hear my brother called these ugly and filthy names when I cannot recognize him as that. So even though the current and the tide is moving against him, what kind of brother would I be if a man has been that way to me, and to us, and when he is in trouble, I refuse to raise my voice in his defense?” asked Min. Farrakhan as the audience exploded into cheers and applause.

During the campaign, with pressure from Jewish groups and opponent Hillary Clinton in a debate, Obama denounced Min. Farrakhan.

“Many Black people said they were not going to vote for him, but I told them: ‘It’s bigger than Louis Farrakhan, brother.’ I did the same when Rev. Jackson repudiated me. It’s not ‘personal’ with me. It’s about what’s in the best interest of our people,” Farrakhan told the press, guests and public at the press conference.

“Now this man, Barack, he had a good heart. We all fell in love with him during the campaign—not the same man today. He’s got problems and pressure that he didn’t have then,” said Min. Farrakhan. The “chorus started building around him against a moral consciousness in Barack. But gradually, the people that surrounded him engulfed him,” he added.

“Who’s Timothy Geithner? Larry Summers? Paul Volcker? Ben Bernanke? Who are these people that were his economic advisors? All of them came from Goldman Sachs and they encouraged Obama to take out a second stimulus package. He wanted to benefit all of the people that were losing their homes. Did they benefit? He wanted to open up monies so that small businesses could begin to generate jobs. What happened? Poor brother, beginning to be swallowed up,” Farrakhan said.

 

“The stupid mistake we make is to think that the president is the supreme power. Never was—money is the power in America,” the Minister said.

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