Anti-Semitism didn’t die with the end of Nazi Germany. It’s flourishing among the most famous people in the world. Several Hollywood stars brazenly show their love for Rev. Louis Farrakhan, the anti-Semitic leader of radical religious group The Nation of Islam.
Since the smear of “white supremacy” has been plastered over every part of American society by the left in the wake of global Black Lives Matter protests and riots, a few big-name lefties have discarded their cover as tolerant citizens and revealed themselves as evil racists and anti-Semites.
A-listers like Ice Cube, Will Smith, Jay-Z, Stevie Wonder, Jessica Chastain and 21 others have all expressed their love and admiration for the virulent anti-Semite in recent years. They have embraced a sinister ideologue who considers “satanic” Jews to have power and control over the world, who has claimed that Hitler was a “very great man,” and who has blamed Jewish people for all of the “filth and degenerate behavior that Hollywood is putting out: turning men into women, and women into men.”
And that’s just the anti-Semitism. Farrakhan’s bigotry also extends to his view that there’s no hope for harmony between white people and African Americans in the United states. He has claimed that that “white people” are only “potential humans – they haven’t evolved yet,” and he’s preached that “god” would “wipe this country [America] from the face of the earth.”
These mainstream celebrities have expressed their love for the preacher in the form of a $150,000 donation from Will Smith and his wife Jada Pinkett-Smith, or in the form of a hotly anticipated rap album promoted by Jay-Z that features actual lines of black supremacy spouted by the racist minister. Farrakhan’s disgusting rhetoric has been promoted by Chelsea Handler, (who’s actually Jewish) and has been revered by Ice Cube, P. Diddy, and NBA star Allen Iverson. Farrakhan has even been given the royal treatment from the African-American community as one of the guests of honor at Aretha Franklin’s funeral in 2018.
Even America’s first African American president, Barack Obama, had had some sort of association with Farrakhan. A 2005 photo – that was suppressed by the photographer until 2018 – showed the two smiling together with other members of the Congressional Black Caucus. Perhaps the spiritual leader’s influence extended to the highest office in the land at one point.
Strange how folks like Chelsea Handler, Snoop Dogg, and Jay-Z would jump at the opportunity to call conservatives racist, but are fine promoting anti-Semitism, with impunity in many cases. Nick Cannon trotted out a Nazi-esque racist attack against “non-melanated” people last week while citing Farrakhan and Fox didn’t even fire him from a major network hosting gig.
Yet normal folks all over the country are getting cancelled for even flirting with politically incorrect ideas in the workplace and online? What's going on?
Perhaps it’s because far-left dominated institutions like universities and the media have been preaching for years that white people in this country have had power over all other minorities, especially black people. The notion that this country was founded on the violence of slavery is being pushed by useful idiots in order to discredit our nation’s founding. And supporting Farrakhan doesn’t really violate that growing mainstream narrative.
Nick Cannon and His Black Power Support Group
Former America’s Got Talent host and current The Masked Singer host Nick Cannon had a bad case of Farrakhan-inspired anti-Semitism and anti-whiteness. On June 30, the showbiz mogul had a podcast interview with former “Public Enemy” rapper and known-anti-Semite Professor Griff where he made several statements of premeditated hatred against white and Jewish people.
Speaking as though he were some Nazi eugenicist, Cannon made the historical and genetic claim for why “non-melanated” people (which included whites and Jews in his definition) were a “little less” than and “closer to animals” than “melanated” people. His insane reasoning involved explaining that since non-colored people couldn’t harness the power of the “sun” with their skin, they would hide in caves and suffer from “low self-esteem” that would prompt them to treat other races throughout history without “compassion.”
It was Cannon’s way of explaining why whites have dominated brown cultures. He also claimed that blacks, not the Jewish people, are the real Semitic people while citing Louis Farrakhan. Thankfully this very blatant display of racism got Cannon fired from ViacomCBS, though shockingly Fox affirmed they’d still stand by the entertainer as host of the network’s game show, The Masked Singer.
Other celebs like Sean “P. Diddy” Combs and Charlamagne Tha God signaled support for Cannon. P. Diddy claimed Cannon did nothing wrong and invited the host to “come home” to join “Revolt TV,” the mogul’s black-centric, social justice-focused media platform. Charlamagne went further, arguing that Cannon’s ViacomCBS firing was proof that Jews really do “have the power.” “Tha God” added his crazy notion that someday African Americans will have the power the Jews currently have, which we presume means they will come to dominate the other races? Black Supremacy is cool now, apparently.
Chelsea Handler And Other (White) Guilty Actresses
Earlier this summer, as the 2020 edition of Black Lives Matter protests (and riots) peaked, comedian Chelsea Handler somehow morphed her love for all minorities into a display of solidarity for the racist, anti-Semite minister. On June 15, the comedian shared a nearly ten minute-long video of Farrakhan’s address to the audience of the Phil Donahue show from the 90s to her social media account.
The video featured Farrakhan completely discrediting that idea that racial harmony could be found between whites and black Americans. A woman in the audience expressed her desire for both races to find some way to “come together,” to which Farrakhan replied, “The desire is good, but the reality is the total opposite of your desire.” The minister said “white guilt” prevented racial harmony in the United States and bashed white people for having visited violence on blacks for “400 years.”
Handler captioned the video (via her Instagram account) with her own message of support for Farrakhan’s words. She wrote, “I learned a lot from watching this powerful video.” When Handler received backlash for the post on account that Farrakhan hates the Jewish people, the comedian rationalized his rhetoric, saying, “Another thing: perhaps Farrakhan’s anti-Semitic views took form during his own oppression.” In other words, he’s warped by being a mistreated African American, so it’s understandable that he would lash out at other groups, like Jewish people. What’s all the more ironic is that Handler is Jewish herself.
Other celebrities including Jessica Chastain and The Good Place’s Jameela Jamil shared the same video. Will & Grace star Sean Hayes praised the video, saying, ”This should be played on a loop. Everywhere. Always,” in the comments section, and Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Lisa Rinna praised the divisive message as well.
Stevie Wonder And Other Music Stars Belt It Out For Bigotry
Normally music industry stars try to appear as if they follow all the dogmas of social justice religiously, however several music legends who lent their talents to a Louis Farrakhan music album in 2018 can’t really claim to have distanced themselves from bigotry.
In 2018, Farrakhan produced a box set of recorded called “Let’s Change the World,” which featured collaborations between Farrakhan, “an accomplished violinist and vocalist,” and artists like legend Stevie Wonder, singer Chaka Khan, rapper Snoop Dogg, soul singer Deniece Williams, reggae legend Damien Marley, and rapper Rick Ross.
Though honestly, what “change” in are these musicians contributing to? A world more heavily influenced by the art of one of society’s pre-eminent bigots?
According to the box set’s description on YouTube, it included “40 songs, a beautiful nearly 100-page book with exclusive content and photographs, and one bonus DVD of behind-the-scenes footage.” Wow, what a great way to make Rev. Farrakhan seem like such a lovable guy, a guy who has compared himself to Hitler and insisted that the mass murderer of European Jews was a “very great man.” Good job, Stevie Wonder!
Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith's Massive Donation to Farrakhan, BLM
Fresh Prince of Bel-Air actor Will Smith and his wife actress Jada Pinkett Smith didn’t let Farrakhan’s grotesque words against the Jewish people stop them from donating a massive amount of money to the preacher’s organization. Various hip hop outlets, including The Source, reported In 2015, the celebrity power couple gave a whopping “$150,000” to the Reverend’s “20th anniversary Million Man March.”
The event was a celebration of the original Million Man March, a massive Washington D.C. rally consisting of African American men that created and led by the Nation of Islam’s founder back in 1995. Though the original march consisted of Farrakhan urging black men to improve their families and communities, African American outlet The Vibe wrote that this 20th anniversary march featured “droves of #BlackLivesMatter supporters.”
Obviously, given BLM tenets at the time, the Smith family were not only contributing their massive donation to a famous bigot, but contributing to an event marked by hatred for law enforcement that would eventually fully reveal itself as the Marxist, anti-American movement it is today.
Ice Cube Goes Dives Headfirst Into The Rabbit Hole
If you’ve been paying any attention to social media trends since the end of May when all Black Lives Matter hell broke loose, you might remember how one of the wackier public meltdowns involved Ice Cube railing against the Jewish people on his Twitter. In a series of conspiratorial tweets the former N.W.A rapper took a stand for the black community with several not-so-subtle anti-Semitic tweets.
In a tweet from June 8, the rapper posted an image taken from a controversial “anti-Semitic” mural, which depicted wealthy, scheming Jewish-looking men casting lots and rolling dice on a board game held up by brown and black slaves. Cube captioned the offensive photo with the line, “FUCK THE NEW NORMAL UNTIL THEY FIX THE OLD NORMAL!”
Conservatives and other online users didn’t find the post amusing. One commented, “Wow, with all that's going on in the world, I totally forgot you straight up hate Jews,” and another, human rights lawyer Arsen Ostrovsky, wrote, “the image you shared, even as cropped, is strongly Antisemitic. As a role model fighting racism today, would strongly urge you to please withdraw.”
Still Cube wasn’t backing down from the bigoted sentiments. Three days later, the artist tweeted an illustration of Rev. Louis Farrakhan and warned his audience about the dangers of not paying attention Farrakhan’s anti-Semitic, and anti-white theories. Cube tweeted, “The Honorable Louis Farrakhan continues to warn America to this very second and he’s labeled one of your ‘evil names’ and you turn your ears off. Why is the truth so offensive that you can’t stand to hear it?”
Other famous mainstream Farrakhan supporters include: Rapper T.I. and his wife, singer Tameka “Tiny” Cottle, Busta Rhymes, Aretha Franklin, NFL Player Desean Jackson, former NBA players Stephen Jackson and Allen Iverson, and Rapper Jay-Z.
It’s crazy to think that we’re told everyday that “white supremacy” threatens the fabric of our society, but honestly when we look around, the most virulent racism in the modern era is being made popular by the woke left against Jewish and white people, and it’s being overlooked, or even rationalized by many in the media and corporate world.