Louis Farrakhan, a Muslim religious leader with a history of remarks so shocking that even the Southern Poverty Law Center has labeled him anti-Semitic and an advocate of anti-white theology, has once again intensified his calls for racial war in America with angry rhetoric designed to pitch the country into civil war.

The controversial 82-year-old head of the Nation of Islam, has been known by many names, including his birth name, Louis Eugene Wolcott, and then Louis X and Abdul-Haleem as he rose through the ranks of Muslim leadership in America during and following the era of Malcolm X, is on a national “Justice, Or Else” tour throughout the United States calling for black Americans to take action against their white fellow citizens.

During the commemoration of the twentieth anniversary of the “Million Man March,” Farrakhan has said it is “time to pull down the American flag,” urged black soldiers to put down their arms and come home to America to fight against “the true enemy – whites,” and organized boycotts of small beauty supply shops owned by Korean families in order to “redistribute the pain.”

Now he is preaching that blacks must “stalk and kill” whites as a form of retaliation prescribed by God.

“Retaliation is a prescription from God to calm the breasts of those whose children have been slain. So if the federal government will not intercede in our affairs, then we must rise up and kill those who kill us. Stalk them and kill them and let them feel the pain of death that we are feeling,” Farrakhan said.

While seeming to combine quotes from the Christian Bible and the Quran of the Islamic faith about the “Day of Judgment,” the Muslim urges his millions of followers to not wait for God’s judgment, but to take matters into their own hands.

“The longer justice is denied the more intense will be the cry. The anger that is in the breast of the people will continue and as the pain continues to intensify, if our cry for justice is not heard soon, then these demonstrations and protests in cities across the country and the world will produce a tsunami the results of which will bring about total chaos and destruction on all sides.”

Farrakhan had also urged the faithful to boycott Christmas by withholding their purchasing power as a bloc, asking them, “Why should we make the merchants rich by their wicked manipulation and exploitation of the emotions of children, parents, families and those we love, with their pagan practices?” although there is no evidence to suggest that blacks followed this request by giving up the traditional observance of the celebration of the birth of Christ.


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