Vial Of Death

Louis Farrakhan, the leader of the “Nation of Islam” continues his crusade against the coronavirus vaccines calling the vaccine a “vial of death” during remarks at the extremist group’s convention, where other speakers claimed that the vaccines have caused more than 900 deaths.

Videos of the convention, which was held for the Nation of Islam’s annual “Saviors’ Day”, are posted on the group’s Twitter, Facebook and YouTube pages.

“By rushing so fast to get something out, bypassing normal steps in a true vaccine, now Allah is going to turn your vaccine into death in a hurry,” Farrakhan said at the end of a plenary session.

“It is death itself, created by what you call ‘Warp Speed,’” Farrakhan said, referring to the U.S. government’s project, “Operation Warp Speed”, to develop a vaccine for the virus.

Farrakhan also took aim at “Flip Flop” Anthony Fauci, the U.S. government’s top epidemiologist, saying that he has sought to make money on the vaccine, which he referred to as a “vial of death.”

Farrakhan, 87, accused Fauci last year of plotting with Bill Gates to use a coronavirus vaccine to “depopulate the Earth.”

“They’re making money now, plotting to give seven billion, five-hundred million people a vaccination. Fauci, Bill Gates and Melinda — you want to depopulate the Earth,” Farrakhan said at a July 4 event for Nation of Islam.

Farrakhan’s latest “anti-vaccine” remarks came at the end of a Saviors’ Day program titled “Covid-19: The Virus and the Vaccine.”

“We will not accept your vaccine so you can slow down, because whenever you bring it out, it’s for your people.  You give it to them because we are not accepting death. You are the very representative of death itself: the pale horse.  Everywhere you have gone in the world, hell went right behind you.  We are sick of hell and we are sick of death.  So all of you that have made a covenant with death, your covenant is going to be annulled … your agreement with hell will be broken.”

The opening speaker for the event, Nation of Islam minister Ava Muhammad, suggested that the U.S. government uses vaccines — including those developed to prevent coronavirus — for population control.

Nation of Islam minister Ava Muhammad.

She also cited statistics from a prominent anti-vaccination group that claimed the current vaccines have caused hundreds of deaths and serious injuries.

“The overarching goal is to cull the population of our planet by 2-3 billion,” said Muhammad. “Why?” she asked rhetorically. “Because white people see their numbers going down, and the numbers of indigenous people, black, red and brown, going up. In this climate, what can we expect from a vaccine unlike anything previously made?” she continued.

Muhammad also made the claim that a government database called the “Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System” has reported 929 deaths and 3,126 serious injuries from the vaccine.

“Fifty-eight percent of the deaths with the Pfizer vaccine; 41% from the Moderna vaccine,” Muhammed said, referring to two vaccines approved for use in the U.S.

“To view the entire “COVID-19: The Virus & The Vaccine” plenary session replay, click here #Farrakhan #COVID19Vaccine — The Nation of Islam (@OfficialNOI) March 1, 2021

Muhammad’s data appears to come from two prominent anti-vaccination groups, the “National Vaccine Information Center” (NVIC) and “Children’s Health Defense.”

Robert Kennedy Jr., the nephew of President John Kennedy, founded the “Children’s Health Defense.” The Nation of Islam has worked closely with Kennedy in recent years on “anti-vaccine activism. You need to follow Robert Kennedy,” Farrakhan said in his remarks.

During a speech Tony Muhammad, who runs Nation of Islam’s operations in Los Angeles, touted his work with Kennedy. The plenary session included portions of a documentary from Kennedy’s group pushing the claim that “vaccines are linked to autism.”

While Farrakhan is considered by many to be an “extremist” because of his history of “anti-Semitic” and anti-white remarks, he still wields influence in the black community, having cultivated relationships with numerous athletes, musicians, celebrities and politicians.

It is unclear how influential his vaccine criticism has been, but health officials have expressed concern over “high rates of vaccine skepticism” among black Americans.

Jerome Adams, the surgeon general under President Donald Trump, acknowledged that there were “real historical reasons for concern” with vaccines in the black community.

Adams noted that a history of “medical experimentation” on black Americans, as well as the infamous “Tuskegee” studies, have fueled “skepticism” in the community with vaccination and the medical industry in general.

In his Saviors’ Day speech, Farrakhan criticized “black celebrities” who have taken part in public awareness campaigns for the vaccine, saying “Some of you are being used and don’t know it. Your fame, your celebrity, your influence, your money — now you’re being bought and paid for the destruction of your people. This is another form of the great betrayal.”

The Covid-19 Vaccine and the U.S. policy of depopulation

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