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Min. Louis Far r akhan: 'We must become a productive people' Speaks at Prairie View College/Houston Visit the for details by ASHAHED M. MUHAMMAD

The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan told those gathered at Prairie View A&M University to hear him speak on Nov. 9 that Black people must become producers and as students, they should be the leaders in providing service to their people. Hosted by the members of Students Participating in Transcendent Knowledge (S.P.I.T. Knowledge) and the Nation of Islam Student Association, the arena was filled with students from Prairie View A&M and Texas Southern University, whose students chartered a bus to see the speech.

Nearly 4,000 students filled the William "Billy" Nicks arena, also called the "baby dome" to hear words of wisdom, encouragement and guidance from Minister Farrakhan in his first appearance at the school since December 1988. They sat attentively for nearly two-hours as the Minister in his unique way, gave instruction from the Bible, the Holy Qur'an and history, to prepare the minds of the next generation of Black leaders. Look for more exclusive coverage in the next edition of The Final Call.

Rabbi Boteach and Reverend Sharpton: A Trip Down New York’s Memory Lane In his recent commentary titled “Time for the Jewish Community to End the Sharpton Wars,” the self-proclaimed “America’s Rabbi” Shmuley Boteach of New York calls his friend the Reverend Al Sharpton “dishonorable and incendiary,” an anti-Semitic “rabble-rouser,” and even charges him with collaborating with “terrorists.” The Reverend Sharpton has travelled to Israel with Rabbi Boteach, broken bread with him at a kosher Volume 2, Issue 45 2011 restaurant, and interceded at his request with Governor Patterson to try to obtain a pardon for a Jewish murderer. As the rabbi himself might say, “This, you call friendship?” But that is INDEED what passes today as the “Black–Jewish” relationship. Blacks must comply with incessant Jewish demands for apologies, and the Jews maintain a deliberate amnesia of their own “dishonorable and incendiary” racist past. The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan accurately characterized the dysfunctional relationship that Rabbi Boteach remembers so fondly: “Whenever the Light of Truth has been shone on them, they reach for you [Black leaders] to defend them

against the Truth that uncovers the horror that has been done to us. They have always been successful pitting us against each other thus keeping them from facing the Truth of their real relationship with us.” And this is precisely what Rabbi Boteach is now trying to do with the Reverend Al Sharpton. The substance of Boteach’s poisonous appeal is to urge his Jewish brethren to give Sharpton a mulligan—a pardon, or a do-over—for all his “anti-Semitic history.” After all, concludes the rabbi, he’s not like “Louis Farrakhan.” Yes, he did. Boteach and Sharpton are both from New York, where that cherished and fabled Black–Jewish relationship started—not in the civil rights movement of the 1900s—but way back before Rabbi Boteach would care to remember, back in the 17th century. Like all

Rabbi Boteach and Reverend Sharpton: A Trip Down New York’s Memory Lane 

By 1743, according to New York tax records, European settlements after Christopher Columbus, New Yorkers were desperate for free of 422 Jews listed, 2 had seven slaves, 5 had six labor and so, predictably, they turned to the slaves, 14 had four slaves, 21 had three slaves, 54 African, the greatest builder in world history. But had two slaves, 282 had one slave, and only 39 FIRST, they turned to Rabbi Boteach’s people, reported none—but they probably hired slaves the Jews. Early New Yorkers knew that if they from the others. There are several adverwanted Black Africans, they must consult the tisements reprinted in the book Jews Selling Blacks Jewish merchants of Brazil, who had showing New York Jews actually seeking the monopolized the slave trade for all of the western return of their runaway slaves! The Secret hemisphere. According to their own words, they Relationship Between Blacks and Jews, Vol. 1 (TSRv1) needed to contact the “Jobbers and Jews,â€? who lists many NEW YORK JEWS who owned and were known to “buy up the slaves for cashâ€? and forcibly worked Black human beings—a list that sell them on credit. Through these Jewish slave has never been disputed! Twenty years ago near Manhattan’s Foley merchants New Yorkers hoped to “be adequately supplied with laborers,â€? and that the Square, 415 graves were uncovered with as many as 20,000 of these forgotten, abused Black slave trade “might be again revived.â€? It was 1655 when enslaved Africans started human beings. Stacked five deep, their decayed bones told a chilling tale of arriving in New York in 

         violent oppression, starvagreat numbers, and not            tion deaths, chronic infeccoincidentally, that was just      #!# !"! tions and unspeakable one year after Jews first settled suffering. Muscles had in New York; and these Jews been ripped from bone, just happened to be from necks had been broken Brazil! and spines jammed into The most important skulls—all injuries from Jewish American historian lives cursed with carrying Rabbi Marc Lee Raphael heavy loads. If they had went further in his “incendiaryâ€? language  not perished in infancy, they had lived just long than Rev. Sharpton ever did when he wrote that Jews “frequently enough to be worked to death. How many of dominatedâ€? the slave trade. He said that in these 20,000 were enslaved by these 422 Jewish Brazil “Slave auctions were postponed if they fell people, we may never know. Go a few blocks to Wall Street, which on a Jewish holiday,â€? and throughout the Caribbean “Jewish merchants played a major role became the financial center of the world through in the slave trade.â€? So, Rabbi Boteach, this is slave dealing and cotton trading. The Lehman why early New Yorkers needed a relationship with Brothers had grandiose offices at that prestigious address, but before that they could be found with the “Chosen People.â€? many, many other Jewish In 1717 and 1721, two firms in the cotton plantations slave ships owned by Jewish of Alabama when slavery was merchant Nathan Simson at its peak. They gave loans to sailed into the New York white plantation masters to harbor with a total of 217 buy Black slaves and expand enslaved Africans. Another their slavery operations. Then Jewish historian confirmed at harvest time they took the that the shipments were “two of cotton bales to sell on the the largest slave cargoes to be world markets. One of the brought into New York in the first Lehman Brothers was actually half of the eighteenth century.â€? So it in charge of ALL cotton may have been by Rabbi production in the state! Think Boteach’s ancestors that many Blacks, perhaps even Sharpton’s ancestors, came about that, Rabbi Boteach. That would be like Motown Records or Ebony Magazine setting up to New York as slave laborers.

Rabbi Boteach and Reverend Sharpton: A Trip Down New York’s Memory Lane

in Nazi Germany and using Jewish concentration camp inmates for labor. And when the Lehmans made all that cotton money in Alabama, they then moved to Wall Street, where a market had been established in 1711 to be a “place where Negroes and Indians could be bought, sold, or hired.” We now know, through the research in The Secret Relationship, that the Jewish cotton/slavery merchants in the American South had cornered the cotton trade. They laundered this dirty slavery lucre in New York banks, which then financed the expansion of the infamous New York “Needle Trades”—the ubiquitous Jewishowned sweatshops where women and children turned that cotton into even more profitable clothing for the world market. This is how Rabbi Boteach’s people used the Rev. Sharpton’s people to build their mighty financial infrastructure, making themselves the “Giants in the Land” the Bible speaks of in Numbers 13:33. Rabbi Boteach’s rabbinical predecessor, Morris Jacob Raphall, delivered a sermon to his delighted Jewish congregation in which he authoritatively asserted that the slave trade and African slavery were perfectly moral and indeed ORDERED BY GOD! It was the most publicized sermon ever delivered by an Rabbi Morris Jacob Raphall American Jew up to that time. “The negro,” he taught, has inferior intellectual powers, and “no man of his race has ever inscribed his name on the Parthenon of human excellence, either mental or moral.” The slave-owning Southern Confederates couldn’t have been happier! They printed and reprinted this divine ruling from the New York-based leader of the “Chosen People.” His New York Jewish congregation did not repudiate and denounce him for this “dishonorable and incendiary” speech—as they do to Rev. Sharpton—they made him the highest-paid clergyman in America! Rabbi Boteach has never repudiated this hateful Talmudic nonsense, though he continually reminds his readers of all the “crimes” Sharpton has committed against the Jews. And though these alleged crimes are entirely in the form of spoken WORDS they say emerged from the Reverend’s mouth, the REAL

Black–Jewish relationship goes WAY BACK and covers not only Jewish words of pure anti-Black hatred, but incredibly wicked Jewish DEEDS as well—including robbery, enslavement, and murder. Rabbi Boteach is part of the ChabadLubavitch Hasidic movement in New York City. They adhere to the Talmud, which teaches that Jesus—the Christ—is now in hell boiling in excrement for his crimes against Jews. Further, the Chabad school system in Israel refuses to admit Ethiopian Jews because of their skin color. Rabbi Shmuley Boteach and some of his two million fellow Jewish New Yorkers, including standouts like the ADL’s Abraham Foxman and former mayor Ed Koch, have made careers of punishing Rev. Sharpton, who has done nothing but stand up for the rights of his people. They obscure the fact that they are all still benefitting from the financial foundation that their ancestors’ DEEDS laid for them (the list of public and private enterprises supported by the Lehman Brothers is astounding). New York Jews were heavily involved in every aspect of this unforgivable behavior, often as leaders. They gave aid and comfort to our enemies, and have proved themselves—by their own historical record— to be our most consistent enemies of all the Caucasians. Before the “never-forgetting” New York rabbi admonishes our brother and friend Rev. Sharpton, maybe he ought to first “never forget” the role his people played in creating the dire conditions that our people suffer—to this very moment.

A Massive protest in Israel to keep dark-skinned Jews out of whites-only Jewish schools.

New York Slavery Exposed In 1644 the Dutch West India Company, which ruled New York (known then as New Netherland), determined that “Negroes would accomplish more work for their masters and at a less expense than free servants.” From then on, African lives could be bought for pork, peas, tobacco, furs, pelts and almost anything else of value to these early New Yorkers. The leasing of Africans was also widely practiced. In 1641 Company Director General Kieft leased a tract of land (on Manhattan Island) “with two Negroes,” for five years at an annual rental of 750 pounds of “well-inspected tobacco.” The terms called for a reduction in payment if one or both of the Africans were to die. In 1644 another Dutchman leased a Black woman, with payment made in food and clothing. The Company paid back-wages to its officials in African slaves and sometimes paid merchants for supplies, in Black lives. Stuyvesant followed that same policy in paying off a Company debt to the van Rensselaer family by sending a Company slave to their colony of Rensselaerswyck. And on several occasions, he offered to pay for supplies and provisions for the Company’s troop detachment with “parcels of slaves.”

1626-1647 - the average price was $100 to $150. 1654 - it was $280 1655 - a cargo went for $125 “a head” 1660 - a price listed a range of $90 to $180 depending on age 1663 - an African woman cost $120 1664 - the best price of the lot brought $240 The British royalty took its cut of the trade in Black flesh. In 1753 they established a tax on the importation of slaves, the amount based on their ages. If the age was in dispute two Justices of Peace were summoned to assess the age of the Black “item.” [from the book The Hidden History of New York: A Guide for Black Folks]

The prices for Black human lives were arbitrarily set depending on demand. The documented transactions show that in

Former TransAfrica leader Randall Robinson viewed the Black economic landscape at the close of the twentieth century:

“We control nothing. For the mainstream, we write books but are not publishers, appear in movies but finance few, graduate from but en-

dow no colleges, vote for but never control the President, buy from but own only one of the Fortune 500 companies, pay taxes but have little say over their use, withstand the propagation of vile media images of ourselves but control few of the machineries for image manufacture, observe the rise of black public figures but, with few exceptions, have little ability to punish or reward those who rise from our midst.”

Rabbi Shmuley Boteach and Reverend Al Sharpton- A Trip Down Memory Lane  

- Rabbi Boteach and Reverend Sharpton - Randall Robinson quoted - New York Slavery Exposed

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