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The Nation of Islam’s UFO Conference

by Phantom Ace ( 151 Comments › )
Filed under Fascism, Humor, Islam, Islamic Supremacism, Multiculturalism, Open thread at February 28th, 2011 - 8:30 pm

Louis Farrakhan has often claimed that there is a UFO called “the mother wheel” circuling the Earth. Supposedly, piloting one of the space craft is the founder of the NOI, Mohamed Elijah. The UFO Armada is suppose to destroy all military installations of the world, invade and set up some Global Black Government. Well at their upcoming conference, the Nation of Islam will have a panel of “scientists” discussing the existence of UFO’s.

The Nation of Islam, long known for its promotion of black nationalism and self-reliance, now is calling attention to another core belief that perhaps isn’t so well-known: the existence of UFOs.

When thousands of followers gather in suburban Chicago this weekend for the group’s annual Saviours’ Day convention, one of the main events will include a panel of scientists discussing worldwide UFO sightings, which they claim are on the rise.

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During last year’s Saviours’ Day speech, Farrakhan for the first time in years discussed in detail a vision he had in Mexico in 1985 involving an object he calls “the wheel.” Using charts, photos and drawings, he spent almost four hours describing how he was invited aboard and heard Elijah Muhammad speak to him. Farrakhan says that experience led him to inklings about future events.

Read the rest: Farrakhan’s Nation of Islam to Argue UFOs Are Real

Well it seems Louis Fararkhan is trying to tie the Nation of Islam to the UFO conspirators. I wonder how many UFO buffs will appear at the Savior Day rally. It will also be interesting to see the reaction of the attendees, many of whom are Black racists, to the presence of White and Asian UFO experts.

Here is Louis Farrakhan at last year’s conference discussing his UFO abduction in Mexico back in 1985.

Watch this video on YouTube.

The Nation of Islam is a vile organization, but I have to admit, their UFO beliefs are hysterical.  Louis Farrakhan’s invite to scientists will really end up being a gathering of loons.

No word yet if a certain Californian online cult leader will send a representative.

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