Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, who I refer to as FarraKLAN said his group of anti-Semitic racists is mourning its “brother” who died while he murdered a Capitol police officer last week, said the killer might have been a future “star” for the Hate Whitey movement. When the radical left-wing Southern Poverty Law Center comes out and calls a black man an anti-Semite and declares that his religious organization “is based on a somewhat bizarre and fundamentally anti-white theology” you know there’s a PR problem.
On Tuesday, the Nation of Islam released a statement affirming that Noah Green, 25, was studying to become a full member of the hate group but blamed “potential mental illness” for him plowing a car into two Capitol cops and then jumping out with a $300 knife on Friday that he purchased in DC.
“I am sure, had he been blessed to come through the crisis that he was going through, he would have been a star in the mission of the resurrection of our people,” Farrakhan said in the statement.
Speaking of mental illness, Farrakhan talks about a spaceship the size of a city.
“The Mother Wheel is a heavily armed spaceship the size of a city, which will rain destruction upon white America but save those who embrace the Nation of Islam.” The minister of bullschtein once said that he was lifted up into the craft. [Queue Outer Limits music]
“We need to know what happened to our brother,” he said.
The Nation said it “cannot rest until we find out what caused him to take a turn like this.”
It’s pretty simple for the rest of us. Noah Green was shot and killed by police after he drove a car into a barricade outside the US capital and killed a police officer. That’s what happened to him. He probably got is rage by listening to the teachings of Louis Farrakhan.
“We are saddened by the loss of this brother with such great potential,” the group said.
I’m saddened when anyone loses their life, but I never heard Farrakhan mention he was sad for the Capitol officer that Green killed.
“With heavy hearts we offer sympathy and condolences to his mother, father, family and friends.”
What about condolences for the mother, father, family, and friends of the police officer? It’s not like the two had an interaction prior to Green driving a vehicle through the barricade and killing the cop.
Farrakhan and others gave their messages of support as a new video was discovered that shows Green calmly buying the knife he lunged at cops with only 90 minutes prior to driving his vehicle into cops killing officer William Evans, an 18-year veteran.
TMZ got hold of footage showing Green inside a kitchen appliance store where he picked out and bought the knife.
It was a Kurosaki Shizuku Sujihiki 270mm SG2 knife that retails around $300, according to TMZ. The outlet noted that the purchase of the knife shows that Green planned the attack in advance.
Farrakhan’s Nation of Islam said that Green was breaking the rules to “not to carry any weapons — not so much as a penknife” and that his crimes were “against our law.”
“For us, human life is sacred. And the violation of human life is a violation of God, Himself, because He’s the giver of life and He’s the ultimate cause of death,” the statement said.
“We absolutely disavow this act that resulted in the senseless loss of life,” the statement added.
“It is shocking for us to learn that someone who was attempting to be a part of our ranks may have been involved in something as tragic as this.”
That’s funny because I am old enough to remember the then recently former spokesman for the Nation of Islam Khallid Muhammad expressing love for Colin Ferguson, the black man who targeted white people shooting them on a LIRR train, saying “God spoke to Colin Ferguson and said, ‘Catch the train, Colin. Catch the train.’”
The Nation said that they condemned the “wicked mischaracterization … trying to tie this tragic incident to the teachings of the Nation of Islam.”
The group argued, “Timothy McVeigh confessed that he was a Christian, but nobody blames the church for his misconduct.” Maybe that’s because the Christianity doesn’t preach that certain groups of people are not yet evolved humans and calling Jews “hook-nosed, bagel-eatin’, lox-eatin’, imposter-perpetrating-a-fraud, johnny-come-lately, just-crawled-out-of-the-caves-and-hills-of-Europe wannabe Jew . . .”
After it was revealed that the attacker at the Capitol was a Black Muslim rather than a white Christian the news media either dropped the story or did not reveal the attacker’s race or religion. But as it has been revealed that Noah
Green, the attacker is a follower of Louis Farrakhan it is reminding people of how many Democrats have close ties to Farrakhan including James Clyburn, D-S.C., Rep. Danny Davis, D-Ill, Sen. Raphael Warnock, and Rep Maxine Waters.
The deceased suspect, Noah Green, included photos and videos of Nation of Islam rallies on his Facebook page. He also identified himself as a Follower of Farrakhan on his Facebook page.
Green was killed by a Capitol Police officer after he had already killed on cop and has a second one fighting for his life. He rammed the barricades surrounding the US Capitol and then he got out of his car with a knife and that’s when he was shot.
Democrats with connections to0 Farrakhan and their ties are:
House Majority Whip James Clyburn, D-S.C., shared a stage with Farrakhan in 2011. After the event, Clyburn told the Final Call, the Nation of Islam’s media arm, that he was “not bothered in the least bit” by people criticizing his appearance with Farrakhan. Clyburn’s office didn’t immediately return Fox News’ request for comment.
Rep. Danny Davis, D-Ill, praised Farrakhan in 2018 as “an outstanding human being” who “does outstanding things.” Davis also said he wasn’t bothered by Farrakhan’s position on “the Jewish question,” before later mildly distancing himself from the Nation of Islam leader.
Georgia Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock has also spoken positively about Farrakhan’s group. Warnock, in 2013, said the Nation of Islam’s “voice has been important for the development of Black theology.” Warnock’s office didn’t immediately return a request for comment.
Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif, has longstanding ties to Farrakhan and was seen on video hugging the Nation of Islam leader. \
Farrakhan praised suicide bombers:
“The Palestinians have nothing to defend themselves with, so they’re so exhausted and exasperated, think about that, strapping bombs to themselves, making themselves a weapon.”
“And then for the world to get upset because Iran or somebody is trying to send them some weapons. Wait a minute. If you were Jewish and you saw unarmed Jews being persecuted, wouldn’t you come to your brothers’ aid? Do you expect Muslims to see their brothers suffering like that and not come to their aid?”
Renowned author, environmentalist, and climate activist Michael Shellenberger has formally apologized to the public in Forbes for the “climate scare” he says climate alarmists have forced on the public over the last 30 years.
I guess Forbes news doesn’t want America to know that the urgency of climate change isn’t as alarming as the Democratic Party and Progressives have been screaming because they removed his article.
According to Shellenberger, “Climate change is happening. It’s just not the end of the world.”
From Epoch Times
An environmental advocate for 30 years and a climate activist for 20, Shellenberger has previously been invited to provide testimony on climate issues to Congress (pdf), and says he has served as an expert reviewer of an assessment report from the International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). However, he now says he feels obliged to apologize “for how badly we environmentalists have misled the public.”
“Climate change is happening. It’s just not the end of the world. It’s not even our most serious environmental problem. I may seem like a strange person to say this. I’ve been a climate activist for 20 years & an environmentalist for 30” – @ShellenbergerMDhttps://t.co/9knkM6K6AP
Shellenberger made his apology on the Forbes website on June 28, though the article is no longer available. In a statement emailed to The Epoch Times, the company wrote that “Forbes requires its contributors to adhere to strict editorial guidelines. This story did not follow those guidelines, and was removed.
However, Shellenberger’s apology was subsequently published on June 30 by online magazine Quillette, which says it aims to provide a platform for “the free exchange of ideas.” The article can be seen here.
“I am as guilty of alarmism as any other environmentalist,” Shellenberger writes in his article. “For years, I referred to climate change as an ‘existential’ threat to human civilization, and called it a ‘crisis.’” However, Shellenberger now says climate change is “not even our most serious environmental problem.”
What’s Actually Happening to Our Climate?
According to Shellenberger, “Climate change is happening. It’s just not the end of the world.” For that matter, human activity is not causing mass extinction, and neither is climate change making natural disasters worse, he says.
Shellenberger claims that contrary to the assertions of “the climate disinformation campaign,” wildfires have been declining worldwide for the past 17 years, and that the actual cause of forest fires in California and Australia is the buildup of wood fuel in forests. He says that just as in the United States, carbon emissions are declining in most wealthy nations, and that France, Germany, and the UK have watched their emissions fall since the 1970s.
Moreover, the most critical factor for human survival on earth—producing enough food to feed mankind as the population continues to grow—will get easier as temperatures slowly rise. The biggest threat to the wide variety of animal species on earth is habitat loss and hunting, he says.
Shellenberger says that these assertions come from the best scientific studies available, including studies accepted by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the IPCC, among others.
The author says he felt compelled to write a book when he felt climate alarmism had gone too far. He cites Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) statement that “The world is going to end in 12 years if we don’t address climate change” and British environmental group Extinction Rebellion’s claim that “Climate Change Kills Children” as motivations.
Shellenberger’s book, “Apocalypse Never: Why Environmental Alarmism Hurts Us All”, makes assertions such as that factories and modern farming methods are key to environmental and human progress, and that 100 percent renewable energy “would require increasing the land used for energy from today’s 0.5 percent to 50 percent.”
The book also claims that vegetarianism reduces an individual’s greenhouse gas emissions “by less than 4 percent.”