Louis Farrakhan and Alex Jones - Pastor's Commentary

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Louis Farrakhan and Alex Jones - Pastor's Commentary

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Louis Farrakhan is a fascinating, cultured man, and very charismatic, but not everything he says is correct


Louis Farrakhan and Alex Jones - Whole Interview:




     The man is a fascinating, cultured man, and very charismatic. He is a musician - a violinist, a professional singer and entertainer who used to be on television. I am very happy that I had this opportunity to hear him because I realize that my opinion of him was very limited. I thought that he was as a mad man and an anti-Semite, even though I never heard him speak. I had seen him only in short video clips which made him look very bad.


     Mr. Farrakhan didn’t give Alex much opportunity to ask questions, because he was actually preaching. He covered just about everything, or close to everything, except the anti-Semitism that he is accused of. I heard that he calls Jews “devils,” but I did not hear him address the issue of his calling the Jews “devils” with Alex. He simply explained that people are devils when they behave in a certain way. He spoke about a dialogue with a rabbi who told him that the Jewish people were hurt over the things that he says, but he did not mention an apology. He was very persuasive. He was so persuasive that he completely stymied Alex Jones, in my opinion, who never even questioned him on the anti-Semitism issue.


     I was surprised to hear how well educated Mr. Farrakhan is on The New World Order, 9/11 (false flag), the shadow government in America, the Federal Reserve running America’s finances, and other timely issues. He is a very educated man.


     Mr. Farrakhan is well versed in the New Testament, and preached about Christian as well as Islamic principles, such as treating each other with respect. Then he criticized the Donald for the politics of personal destruction concerning the Clintons, and for saying that we should take “the oil .”


     The Donald has clearly stated that we should take the oil in payment for all of our military hardware and human resources expended in Iraq, but Mr. Farrakhan spoke as if the Donald meant that we should steal what we had no right to. Any business deal must benefit both sides. The new Iraq gave invaluable business contracts to China, a nation that made no investment in their liberation.


     Mr. Farrakhan sounded great! I was very impressed, especially when he said that America will only rise again if we turn to God. He even talked about the Kingdom of God coming after Armageddon, and exhibited great faith (more than Alex) that the Elites trying to destroy humanity will never succeed.


     I do have the following problems with what Mr. Farrakhan said, though;


     Mr. Farrakhan said that Barak Obama was the best we had to offer, but he was corrupted after he arrived in Washington. I cannot believe that a man who has all the knowledge that Mr. Farrakhan demonstrated, does not know that Barak Obama, the community organizer, was no innocent babe when he came to office. Mr. Farrakhan surely knows all about Barak Obama’s birth, his communist up bring, and his lies and deceit.


     Mr. Farrakhan spoke against tribalism, saying that the NWO guys have the right idea, but that the melting together of all people has to be done in God. Now, this is true, except that Mr. Farrakhan’s god is Allah, not Jehovah. This is one of the dangers of Islamic doctrine. Islam insists that there is only one god with such a spiritual strength that I must call it mind control, and many Christians are falling for the lie. The problem is that Jehovah, the God of the Bible, says that he is the greatest God of all the gods, including Allah. They are definitely not the same.


Ps 86:8, 8 Among the gods there is none like unto thee, O Lord; neither are there any works like unto thy works. KJV


Ps 97:9,  9 For thou, Lord, art high above all the earth: thou art exalted far above all gods. KJV


Ps 136:2, 2 O give thanks unto the God of gods: for his mercy endureth for ever. KJV


     Mr. Farrakhan mentioned the Mahdi and Messiah in the same sentence, but did not mention Jesus, suggesting that the Mahdi and the Christian Messiah were one and the same.


     He spoke about peace and brotherhood, and many good things, and emphasized the necessity for change.


     He said that the Jews must change, corrected Christianity on the virgin birth, which, of course, is a proper correction, and criticized the Muslims waging jihad in the Middle East.


     But, of course, should those Muslims, some of which are already in this country, become militarily active here, they will do their best to behead all of the members of the Nation of Islam, starting with Mr. Farrakhan, himself.


     Mr. Farrakhan, after all that he had to say, had no correction for the Nation of Islam, his own brand of Islam, and justified Barak Obama’s sins against America and Black-Americans, in particular.


     A very subtle serpent, indeed, and a very dangerous antichrist who used a very well-meaning Alex Jones to spread his poison, perfectly.


     God bless you all.


Sheila R. Vitale,
Pastor, Teacher & Founder
Living Epistles Ministries
P.O. Box 562
Port Jefferson Station, NY 11776-0562

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