Louis Farrakhan, an anti-christ extremist of the Nation of Islam, gets paid large amounts of money by Scientology to recruit people. Scientology is infamously known for child abuse, child labor, coerced abortions and suspicious disappearances and deaths.
Watch part of documentary “Traveling America: In Search of the Truth” where I expose the occult teachings of Scientology.
Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard’s son Ron deWolf has come out and said that his father was a devil who was trying to summon the anti-christ.
Proverbs 29:12 – If a ruler hearken to lies, all his servants are wicked.
Jeremiah 23:2 – Therefore thus saith the LORD God of Israel against the pastors that feed my people; Ye have scattered my flock, and driven them away, and have not visited them: behold, I will visit upon you the evil of your doings, saith the LORD.
Louis Farrakhan, Anti-Semitism, Extremism and Scientology
Scientology is unlike any other American religion… it operates as a business at best and as a cult at worst. For the first time, many Americans are coming to know Scientology as something other than the religion of Tom Cruise; they’re getting a look at its sinister components as well.
There is yet another component of Scientology that has gone almost entirely unreported: its deep relationship with another troubling religious group, the Nation of Islam (NOI).
Scientology chronicler Tony Ortega first outlined the relationship between the two problematic groups from his perch at the Village Voice. Seven years ago, he wrote:
We’ve been watching warily as members of the Nation of Islam are spending their spare time with e-meters, engrams, and the writings of L. Ron Hubbard. Over the last few years, Nation of Islam leader Minister Louis Farrakhan has been encouraging his members to read Hubbard’s book Diabetics, and even to get enough training in Scientology to become auditors.
Louis Farrakhan Endorsing Scientology
Writing for The New Republic in 2012, Eliza Gray shows us where the love affair between the two groups first began:
The first large-scale introduction of Scientology to Nation members took place in August 2010, when hundreds of believers from around the country traveled to Rosemont, Illinois, near the Nation’s headquarters, for a seminar in Diabetics, a foundational belief system of Scientology… Farrakhan told the group he wanted everyone in attendance to become a certified auditor.
On October 20, the Church of Scientology honored the Nation of Islam’s Tony Muhammed with its Freedom Award in Inglewood, Calif., in recognition of his “humanitarian” efforts.
The connection between the two groups goes far deeper than just a gala or a naming ceremony. One of the stars of Leah Remini’s docuseries, Aaron Smith-Levin, laid out the financial connection and the incentive for Nation of Islam members to become involved in the Church of Scientology…
Louis Farrakhan is entitled to personally receive a 10% commission on all money NOI members pay for Scientology auditing and a 15% commission on all money NOI members pay for Scientology courses. I don’t know what Farrakhan’s compensation plan is within the NOI, but with ~40,000+ NOI members, the relationship between the NOI & the Church of Scientology, Farrakhan stands to personally earn an awful lot of cash.
The leaders of the Nation of Islam are active members of Scientology, and they are pocketing commissions in exchange for urging NOI member to practice Scientology alongside Islam. In turn, the Nation of Islam has access to the power that Scientology wields, including its vast real-estate holdings and the infrastructure it uses to attack its defectors and opponents. The comingling of these two organizations, troubling and powerful in their own ways individually, should send a chill down our spines.
What is startling is that Louis Farrakhan has called for the killing of police and white people and Scientology claims to “a world without war, crime, or insanity”.
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The Troubling Connections between Scientology and the Nation of Islam