If (God Forbid)  Obamacare does get passed there would be only one good thing coming out of it, Minister Louis Farrakhan is so old that he will be turned over to a Hospice instead of being given medical care.

Just a week ago Farrakhan  found himself in Lebanon where delivered his rancid hatred in an interview with the Tripoli Post:

Despite the sincerity of his heart, the United States President Barack Obama’s ambitious Middle East Policy will fail unless the American Congress sides with the American President instead of siding with Israel, says the most influential African-American leader the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan.

Minister Farrakhan also warns that the strong bonds of friendship between the United States and Israel can be strained by Israeli policies that can drag America and its soldiers, sailors and marines into another war.

He suggests that US President Barack Obama does not have much power and influence with the US Congress which is largely controlled by the Israeli lobby.

Now the Nation of Islam Hatemonger has slithered himself back to the USA where he eulogized Michael Jackson by spewing new hatred at the Jews:

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Farrakhan sees ‘conspiracy’ in Jackson’s death
MISTAKE, NOT MURDER | Blaming ‘Zionist leaders’ hit as bigotry


Minister Louis Farrakhan said Sunday he was asked by a lawyer to counsel Michael Jackson seven days before the entertainer’s death. But Farrakhan took a scheduled trip to Africa and wasn’t able to speak to him.

Addressing 2,000 followers at Mosque Maryam, the Nation of Islam headquarters on the South Side, Farrakhan described Jackson as a “messianic voice” and an “archangel of sound, song and dance,” as he called Jackson a victim of “Zionist leaders,” the U.S. government and the media.

But Jay Tcath, senior vice president of the Jewish United Fund said: “What is surprising and disappointing is how many Americans rationalize and minimize [Farrakhan’s] continuing anti-Semitism.

“Farrakhan has continued to enjoy a respectability and mainstream acceptance that no one else with a 25-plus-year track record of bigotry could ever enjoy . . . he just shows himself to be an unrepentant hater. Blaming Jews by invoking the euphemism of ‘Zionists’ is a traditional theme of Minister Farrakhan’s whenever he wants to blame something on somebody else.”

Citing it as part of a conspiracy to undermine Jackson, Farrakhan said the lawyer told him Jackson had agreed to do 10 concerts but had been booked for 50, and there was concern Jackson would get sued if he couldn’t uphold the agreement.

Farrakhan, 76, also cited the molestation accusation of which Jackson was acquitted as another example of efforts to undermine his success.

During the wide-ranging, 2½-hour speech, Farrakhan said he does not believe Jackson was killed intentionally. Instead, he believes Jackson’s death was the result of a mistake by Jackson’s doctor, Conrad Murray, who is a target of a manslaughter investigation.

Jackson was much more than an entertainer or a “song and dance man” because he and his songs spoke to all races, ethnicities, cultures, generations and across all other barriers, he said.

Farrakhan said he enjoyed spending time with Jackson, and counseled Jackson not to be angry with his father.

In speaking of Jackson finding his roots in the black community, Farrakhan said President Obama did the same when he said police “acted stupidly” in arresting Harvard University Professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. Obama later said that he had used a poor choice of words.

“His [Obama’s] black started coming out,” Farrakhan said. “He had to pull that fella back in. Underneath, it shows you all his brilliance, his magnificence … he’s one of the brothers.”