Nation of Islam leader tells Memphis audience swine flu shot is a soft kill weapon
Paul Joseph Watson
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Nation of Islam leader Minister Louis Farrakhan told an audience in Memphis on Sunday that they should refuse to take the H1N1 vaccine because it is a soft kill weapon designed to reduce global population.
Farrakhan has never shied from controversy and has previously spoken out on 9/11 being an inside job and how the international central bankers control the U.S. government.
“The Earth can’t take 6.5 billion people. We just can’t feed that many. So what are you going to do? Kill as many as you can. We have to develop a science that kills them and makes it look as though they died from some disease,” Farrakhan said, adding that many wise people won’t take the vaccine,” reports United Press International.
“The black community has become toxic and must cleanse and restore peace from within,” Farrakhan added.
As we have documented previously, the use of vaccines to sterilize minority populations and induce abortions is on the record.
In the following video clip, after an introduction by Alex Jones, women of the Akha tribe who live predominately in Thailand, describe how they miscarried shortly after taking vaccines when they were eight months pregnant. The videos below highlight the efforts of supporters of the Akha tribe to get answers from the University of Oregon and the United Nations, who provided funding for the vaccination and sterilization programs.
Further evidence of the link between vaccinations, birth control, cancer and other diseases can be researched here.
Continuing on the theme of population reduction, Farrakhan claimed that prostate cancer was a tool of such a conspiracy, because it is abnormally prevalent amongst black men. He attacked pharmaceutical companies for making vast profits from disease.
“After you take a pill to fix this, you have to take a pill to fix that,” he said. ‘Who’s getting rich off of us getting sick?'”
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Farrakhan also warned black people not to be pacified by the false belief that President Obama represented them.
“You have to understand that he was voted in to take on the affairs of a nation, not yours and mine. He is the American president, not the black president,” he said.
So long as Farrakhan continues to cause division along racial lines, he can easily be dismissed and sidelined as a crank by the establishment. However, if he ever has a change of heart and becomes a true uniter of all colors and creeds against the new world order then that’s the point at which he’ll meet the same consequence as Martin Luther King.
Many of Farrakhan’s controversial views are certainly not shared by the vast majority of the freedom/patriot movement, but it cannot be denied that he has rhetorically stood up to the powers that be on many occasions, as the clip below illustrates.
This article was posted: Tuesday, October 20, 2009 at 7:31 am