“But no one had the courage to speak favorably about him [Jesus] in public, for they were afraid of getting in trouble with the Jewish leaders.” (John 7:13, NLT).
Anyone who has been keeping up with the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan for the past few years or decades will find it quite obvious that whenever he speaks, certain members of the Jewish community become spitefully malevolent. Far too often the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), Zionists, and other Jews attempt to usurp Minister Farrakhan’s public addresses accusing him of being a racist, bigot, and of course, an anti-Semite.
Minister Farrakhan’s recent visit to Detroit was no different. In his effort to help rebuild the lives of Detroit’s poverty-stricken communities, the Minister delivered tremendously insightful, visionary, and enlightening words that any sane-minded person would find highly conducive to the city. His message was received gladly by those who wanted a better Detroit. But like the Jews who antagonized Jesus for his good works, some Jews today have condemned Minister Farrakhan for uplifting the downtrodden.
Unsurprisingly, members of the ADL came out to denounce the Minister after his message, but what’s more outlandish is that they encouraged Black people to do the same—as though Blacks should neglect the needs of their own community and cater to the arrogance of Jews. The Detroit Free Press printed these words:
The leading Jewish civil rights group in the U.S. slammed anti-Semitic comments made in a Detroit church by Minister Louis Farrakhan, the head of the Nation of Islam. The Anti-Defamation League is also calling upon Detroit leaders who invited Farrakhan and hosted his talks last week in Detroit to condemn his remarks.
The article initiates with slick propaganda, accusing Minister Farrakhan of making anti-Semitic remarks in his speech. The problem is that neither the author nor the ADL offered one iota of proof to substantiate their claim, which is typical of those bereft of proper facts. Again, this common scenario offers an uncanny resemblance to the behavior of the Jews whom Jesus regarded as “the synagogue of Satan” (Revelation 2:9, 3:9).
They must have been a truly wicked and deceitful group for the beloved Lamb of God to categorize them so harshly! What did Jesus know about this clandestine group of Jews who lie, deceive, and influence worldly affairs? Does such a group exist today, and do they have tremendous influence over media, finance, education, and politics? If so, how would this ‘synagogue of Satan’ respond if someone was bold enough to exposed them without fear of consequences? In essence, this sums up the controversy between the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan and those Jews who condemn him.
In the aforementioned article, Heidi Budaj, regional director of the Michigan ADL branch made the following statement:
“It is deeply disappointing that so many Detroit leaders are apparently so willing to turn a blind eye to Farrakhan’s anti-Semitism,”
Considering that the “Detroit leaders” were primarily Black, Budaj offers a grave insult to all those concerned leaders and community activists who invited the Minister to help uplift the city. Not only is this racist for assuming that Black folks should respond to their every beckoning desire, but it is foolishly arrogant to urge Black leaders to denounce their brother for telling the truth.
Notice, the Jews didn’t bother to acknowledge that Farrakhan’s visit was inspiring, practical, visionary, and extremely beneficial as it strengthened families, marriages, and communal relationships. They didn’t bother to mention that Black people peacefully unified to rectify the senseless violence that remains prevalent in Detroit. Those Jews showed absolutely no concern for the fact that Farrakhan was invited by Detroit to render solutions to poverty and joblessness. Just as they hate Jesus of the Bible, the Jews simply hate him without a just cause. Their hatred for Minister Farrakhan is indicative of their disdain for Black people in general. In other words, they don’t care if Black people continue to kill one another, suffer from poverty, diseases, malnutrition, and drug abuse. Their only concern is that Black people don’t listen to a man who comes to help them improve their condition. This is racism at its finest!
While those Jews are upset over Minister Farrakhan’s message, they have made no attempts to disprove what he stated. Should one denounce the truth just because some Jews don’t like it? Keep in mind, that Minister Farrakhan has publicly challenged all of his accusers to a public showdown to prove who is right and who are the liars. None have answered the challenge, which is the modus operandi of Satan who reigns in darkness because he is too cowardly to come out in the light of truth. For these simple reasons (an numerous more), it becomes clear why Jesus classified such a group as the synagogue of Satan.
It’s kind of funny how Farrakhan’s Jewish accusers don’t deny that they are the synagogue of Satan, they simply become upset if someone acknowledges it.