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The anti-American/anti-Jewish cult cabal of Pfleger and Farrakhan……..


And yes, Obama’s “pastor” the not-so reverand Jeremiah Wright, who said from his pulpit “God-damn America” is part of that weird mix of putrid hate dressed up as “inspirational messaging”…


Farrakhan talks of ‘Satanic Jews’ at Catholic church address


Denying accusations of anti-Semitism, Nation of Islam leader says he distinguishes between ‘good Jews’ and ‘Satanic Jews’.


Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan spoke at a Catholic church in Chicago Thursday night, decrying social media outlets for banning his account, while denying accusations of anti-Semitism and racism.


Farrakhan was invited to speak at the St. Sabina Church in Chicago by the congregation’s controversial spiritual leader, Michael Pfleger.


Pfleger, who has in the past invited controversial figures in the past, including Al Sharpton and Jeremiah Wright, offered Farrakhan an opportunity to speak out at St. Sabina a week after Facebook and its subsidiary, Instagram, banned the Nation of Islam leader.


During his roughly hour-and-a-half address at St. Sabina, Farrakhan denied having ever used hateful or bigoted rhetoric, despite a long history of racist, anti-Semitic, homophobic, and black supremacist comments.


“I have not said one word of hate. I do not hate Jewish people. Not one that is with me has ever committed a crime against the Jewish people, black people, white people. As long as you don’t attack us, we won’t bother you.”


“The enemy is so hateful of me. I have never been arrested. No drunken driving. What have I done that you hate me like that?”


Farrakhan again referenced “Satanic Jews”, a phrase he has used for decades, drawing nationwide criticism, but said he did not believe all Jews fell into this category.


“I’m here to separate the good Jews from the Satanic Jews.”


Pfleger, who introduced Farrakhan at the event, said he had received a wave of hate mail and angry phone calls over his decision to host Farrakhan, going on to call the Nation of Islam leader a “bold voice against injustice done against black people”.


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