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Nation Of Islam Leader Louis Farrakhan Says “Ebola Was Manufactured To Kill Blacks”

The never sane or sober Louis Farrakhan is at it again. Writing in a magazine called The Final Call, loony Louis said the United States “has a desire for world depopulation” by using bioweapons “such as Ebola and AIDS, which are race targeting weapons.”

But wait, it gets even crazier than that.

“There is a weapon that can be put in a room where there are Black and White people, and it will kill only the Black and spare the White, because it is a genotype weapon that is designed for your genes, for your race, for your kind,”  Farrakhan writes. “This means that these wise scientists of death are making pathogens, which is something that can cause a disease. They are creating this as a means of depopulating our planet of undesirables, a process called culling the population. So, if you are poor and ignorant; if you are Black or Brown, you are being selected for destruction.”

It is easy to see that the radical black Muslim leader has lost his marbles. Louis Farrakhan must not have a television and access to local or national news. Because if he did, he’d know that the first few Americans to be diagnosed with Ebola were white people risking their lives to save infected Africans.

We covered  one of the first Ebola survivors Dr. Kent Brantly who was flown to Emory Hospital in Atlanta in August. Dr. Brantly is a white man, Louis.

A majority of the biological and scientific community believes that the Ebola virus originated in African fruit bats. The virus has also been found in the blood of wild animals such as monkeys and gorillas, and even porcupines.

Farrakhan wants you to believe that subhuman animals and inanimate plants passed Ebola on to innocent Africans because of racism.

It would be funny if it weren’t so sad.


Jerome Hudson

Managing Editor

Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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