Martin Luther King Jr. and Louis Farrakhan talk about Jews

Match the quote with the speaker if you can!

  1. “…Because those Satanic Jews know the time that this is the time of your separation from them that God wants to give you a land of your own as the cornerstone of the Kingdom of God…”
  2. “Israel’s right to exist as a state in security is uncontestable.”
  3. “They stole land in Palestine… And this Synagogue of Satan knows that the end of their time of rule is up. The jig is up.”
  4. “When people criticize Zionists they mean Jews, you are talking anti-Semitism.”
  5. “The Black man and woman have always been looked upon as the ‘property’ of White America; and particularly, members of the Jewish community. They’ve always looked at you as ‘belonging’ to them.”
  6. “I solemnly pledge to do my utmost to uphold the fair name of the Jews — because bigotry in any form is an affront to us all.”
  7. “The Jewish people have said that Hollywood is theirs. Can any of you deny that they are the masters of Hollywood, where sex, lesbianism, homosexuality and violence are promoted?”
  8. “Peace for Israel means security, and we must stand with all our might to protect its right to exist, its territorial integrity. I see Israel as one of the great outposts of democracy in the world, and a marvelous example of what can be done, how desert land can be transformed into an oasis of brotherhood and democracy. Peace for Israel means security and that security must be a reality.”
  9. “The Jews don’t like Farrakhan, so they call me Hitler. Well, that’s a good name. Hitler was a very great man,”
  10. “I cannot stand idly by, even though I happen to live in the United States and even though I happen to be an American Negro and not be concerned about what happens to the Jews in Soviet Russia. For what happens to them happens to me and you, and we must be concerned.”
  11. “Don’t let a white man get near this black woman. And last but not least, black man, don’t let that white man at anytime in your life give you his white woman!…The white man is our mortal enemy, and we cannot accept him”

Answers and quote sources here>>>

Not that you need the answers…

Louis Farrakhan: 1,3,5,7,9,11

Martin Luther King Jr.: 2,4,6,8,10

Sources

http://www.adl.org/special_reports/farrakhan_own_words2/on_jews.asp

http://www.usatoday.com/news/million/mfm6.htm

http://edition.cnn.com/US/9510/megamarch/10-17/notebook/index.html

http://www.jewish-history.com/mlk_zionism.html for Op Ed by U.S. Rep. John Lewis, a Democrat, who represents the 5th Congressional District of Georgia and worked closely with Martin Luther King Jr. during the civil rights movement.

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19 responses to “Martin Luther King Jr. and Louis Farrakhan talk about Jews

  1. BAFBFP

    Never liked that Matin Luther guy anyway… he being Christiain and all, but now I have an even better reason …!

  2. X

    so you dislike MLK more now because he was not an anti-semite?

  3. BAFBFP

    Only an idiot would confuse Jewish with Zionist. Even Jews despise these people. I dislike MLK because he is an even bigger idiot than I thought …!

  4. Weston

    What has this article got to do with Barbados?

  5. a

    These MLK quotes are hoaxes. The last link discusses it. He DID say:

    Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
    “A special and unique relationship to Jews”

    When we were working in Chicago, we had numerous rent strikes on the West Side, and it was unfortunately true that, in most instances, the persons we had to conduct these strikes against were Jewish landlords. There was a time when the West Side of Chicago was a Jewish ghetto, and when the Jewish community started moving out into other areas, they still owned the property there, and all of the problems of the landlord came into being.
    We were living in a slum apartment owned by a Jew and a number of others, and we had to have a rent strike. We were paying $94 for four run-down, shabby rooms, and we would go out on our open housing marches on Gage Park and other places and we discovered that whites with five sanitary, nice, new rooms, apartments with five rooms, were paying only $78 a month. We were paying 20 percent tax.
    The Negro ends up paying a color tax, and this has happened in instances where Negroes actually confronted Jews as the landlord or the storekeeper. The irrational statements that have been made are the result of these confrontations.

    Clayborne Carson, ed., The Autobiography of Martin Luther King, Jr. (New York: Warner Books, 1998), p. 309.

  6. a

    How about “JEWS on JEWS”
    “Jews also took an active part in the Dutch colonial slave trade; indeed, the bylaws of the Recife and Mauricia congregations (1648) included an imposta (Jewish tax) of five soldos for each Negro slave a Brazilian Jew purchased from the West Indies Company. Slave auctions were postponed if they fell on a Jewish holiday. In Curacao in the seventeenth century, as well as in the British colonies of Barbados and Jamaica in the eighteenth century, Jewish merchants played a major role in the slave trade. In fact, in all the American colonies, whether French (Martinique), British, or Dutch, Jewish merchants frequently dominated.

    “This was no less true on the North American mainland, where during the eighteenth century Jews participated in the ‘triangular trade’ that brought slaves from Africa to the West Indies and there exchanged them for molasses, which in turn was taken to New England and converted into rum for sale in Africa. Isaac Da Costa of Charleston in the 1750’s, David Franks of Philadelphia in the 1760’s, and Aaron Lopez of Newport in the late 1760’s and early 1770’s dominated Jewish slave trading on the American continent.”

    [from Rabbi Mark Lee Raphael’s book _Jews and Judaism in the United States a Documentary History_ (New York: Behrman House, Inc., Pub, 1983), pp. 14, 23-25]

  7. BAFBFP

    Cool; Now we are clear that there are very good Jews ‘ but there were also horrible acquisitive exploitative sons of bitch Jews as well, the kind that Malcolm was obviously referring to

  8. Green Monkey

    A bit off topic, but it’s interesting that many Americans are totally unaware that in a civil trial brought by the King family in 1999 against a Loyd Jowers and other unnamed co-conspirators, the jury agreed with the attorney acting for the King family , William Pepper, that MLK was assassinated as a result of a conspiracy involving Jowers and agents of the US government. This trial and the jury’s verdict got no attention at all in the mainstream, corporate media which religiously adheres to the James Earl Ray as “lone nut” assassin theory.

    The closing statement by Attorney William Pepper to the jury in which he sums up and reviews all the evidence of a conspiracy that has been presented during the course of the trial is posted on Youtube and makes for some interesting viewing. There are 10 videos in all, approx 10 min each. To view, go to the Youtube link below and look in the list of videos on the right for the playlist “MLK Closing Statement” and click on it. Once you start the first video in the list, they will all play in sequence.

    http://www.youtube.com/user/reprehensor#p/p

    PS . At the same link, the playlist of the expert testimony offered at the trial by Attorney William Schaap on the topic of US government agencies’ use of the media in disinfo and propaganda campaigns to discredit perceived “enemies of the state” is also quite revealing. Look for the playlist “MLK Testimony of William Schaap”.

  9. BAFBFP

    Joshua bin Yusuf … Green Monkey;

    I had to come all de way cross hey to find you? Dese people like dey easin’ up man …

  10. To a

    You obviously did not read the entire page at the link you refer to. It is not the above quotes in BFP’s article that are false, but quotes from another article that was debunked. The debunked article is titled ” “Letter to an Anti-Zionist Friend” allegedly written by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., is apparently a hoax.

    The quotes in BFP’s article do NOT come from that debunked article. They come from a genuine op ed further down the page by U.S. Rep. John Lewis, a US Congressman, as published in the San Francisco Chronacle.

    The MLK quotes in the Barbados Free Press article are accurate and true and come from the newspaper op ed.

    Here it is:

    Monday, January 21, 2002
    (San Francisco Chronicle)

    “I have a dream” for peace in the Middle East
    Martin Luther King Jr.’s special bond with Israel
    by John Lewis

    THE REV. MARTIN Luther King Jr. understood the meaning of discrimination and oppression. He sought ways to achieve liberation and peace, and he thus understood that a special relationship exists between African Americans and American Jews.

    This message was true in his time and is true today.

    He knew that both peoples were uprooted involuntarily from their homelands. He knew that both peoples were shaped by the tragic experience of slavery. He knew that both peoples were forced to live in ghettoes, victims of segregation.

    He knew that both peoples were subject to laws passed with the particular intent of oppressing them simply because they were Jewish or black. He knew that both peoples have been subjected to oppression and genocide on a level unprecedented in history.

    King understood how important it is not to stand by in the face of injustice. He understood the cry, “Let my people go.”

    Long before the plight of the Jews in the Soviet Union was on the front pages, he raised his voice. “I cannot stand idly by, even though I happen to live in the United States and even though I happen to be an American Negro and not be concerned about what happens to the Jews in Soviet Russia. For what happens to them happens to me and you, and we must be concerned.”

    During his lifetime King witnessed the birth of Israel and the continuing struggle to build a nation. He consistently reiterated his stand on the Israeli-Arab conflict, stating “Israel’s right to exist as a state in security is uncontestable.” It was no accident that King emphasized “security” in his statements on the Middle East.

    On March 25, 1968, less than two weeks before his tragic death, he spoke out with clarity and directness stating, “peace for Israel means security, and we must stand with all our might to protect its right to exist, its territorial integrity. I see Israel as one of the great outposts of democracy in the world, and a marvelous example of what can be done, how desert land can be transformed into an oasis of brotherhood and democracy. Peace for Israel means security and that security must be a reality.”

    During the recent U.N. Conference on Racism held in Durban, South Africa, we were all shocked by the attacks on Jews, Israel and Zionism. The United States of America stood up against these vicious attacks.

    Once again, the words of King ran through my memory, “I solemnly pledge to do my utmost to uphold the fair name of the Jews-because bigotry in any form is an affront to us all.”

    During an appearance at Harvard University shortly before his death, a student stood up and asked King to address himself to the issue of Zionism. The question was clearly hostile. King responded, “When people criticize Zionists they mean Jews, you are talking anti-Semitism.”

    King taught us many lessons. As turbulence continues to grip the Middle East, his words should continue to serve as our guide. I am convinced that were he alive today he would speak clearly calling for an end to the violence between Israelis and Arabs.

    He would call upon his fellow Nobel Peace Prize winner, Yasser Arafat, to fulfill the dream of peace and do all that is within his power to stop the violence.

    He would urge continuing negotiations to reduce tensions and bring about the first steps toward genuine peace.

    King had a dream of an “oasis of brotherhood and democracy” in the Middle East.

    As we celebrate his life and legacy, let us work for the day when Israelis and Palestinians, Jews and Muslims, will be able to sit in peace “under his vine and fig tree and none shall make him afraid.”

    U.S. Rep. John Lewis, a Democrat, represents the 5th Congressional District of Georgia and worked closely with Martin Luther King Jr. during the civil rights movement.

  11. BAFBFP

    “He knew that both peoples have been subjected to oppression and genocide on a level unprecedented in history” Hmm wonder what the Mayan, Arawak, Comanche, Inca and other peoples would think of this comment? In any event King obviously was blinkered by his Faith … he should have spent more time studying the reality of the situation on the ground. The Truth would have set him free, not Faith … He would have done better to have kept his mouth shut … nincompoop!

  12. Bajan Abroad

    I think that it was gross and divisive to post this so close to MLK’s holiday, especially since (1) people mis-attributed anti-semitic comments to him; and (2) the answers were obscured which facilitated this. Gee, I cannot wait to see what gets posted in February.

  13. Sephardi

    so i post a quote from a senior sepahdic rabbi in israel on what they think about gentiles and its deleted by bfp.

    so typical of their manipulative behaviour and double standards.

  14. Green Monkey

    Well this sure is no poster boy for tolerance and understanding, that’s for sure. Imagine waking up one day and finding out this freakazoid had moved in next door and is your new neighbor (Warning strong language):

  15. r3lfholfi

    @ Bajan Abroad

    I agree with you. BFP are a bunch of racist anti-Black, anti-Bajan frauds.

  16. BAFBFP

    Above, damn straight. But what is someone like me suppose to do ..? I hate em both ..!

  17. Bajan Abroad

    @ r3lfholfi

    Thank you. I am beginning to see that some people are shameless race baiting pot stirrers.

  18. Mathilde

    what was the purpose of this post? From the comments I gather that it was to stir up black vs jew hatred.. but I seem to remember that there are back Jews in Israel and a tribe of black Jews in Ethiopia.. where do those guys fit in in all this hate?

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