The Minister Louis Farrakhan said that he “represents the messiah that has come to end this civilization” and accused the Jews of having mass control over Hollywood, the media and the banking system during a recent, hour-long appearance on “The Rock Newman Show.
Farrakhan also discussed President Barack Obama’s public rejection of some of his past statements during the 2008 presidential campaign, saying that Obama’s denunciation didn’t hurt him and that he was willing to simply look past it for the greater good.
“There’s alway’s a bigger picture … Barack Obama was the bigger picture,” Farrakhan said during the September 30 episode. “If he did not denounce me under the prodding of Mrs. Clinton — who’s getting hers now — he would never have been president, because the powerful Jewish lobby — Zionist lobby — in America would not have backed him had he not denounced me.”
Farrakhan said that he kept quiet and told others not to address the denunciation, so that Obama could go where “black America” and where “young Americans black, white and brown want to see him go.”
The controversial faith leader went on to say that he believes he’s become a “litmus test” for any black American looking to progress, and seemingly blamed the Jews for that sentiment.