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Philly Nation of Islam leader takes over Philly NAACP


The Philadelphia NAACP elected Rodney Muhammad as their new leader, after ousting J. Whyatt “Jerry” Mondesire.

Rodney Muhammad is the leader of the Philadelphia Nation of Islam [NOI] and is the minister of the Philadelphia NOI “Mosque Number 12.”

The NOI teaches that white people are “biological devils” created by an evil scientist. NOI says that black people, with the help of Allah, will exterminate all white people in the near future. NOI teachings have been endorsed by Al Sharpton, US Congressman Keith Ellison, and many other black leaders.

On November 22nd, 2014, Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan formerly green-lighted race war violence to cheering a crowd of over 2,000 people in Maryland. The event was even attended by a black female Maryland State Rep. After his speech, the crowd chanted “Allahu Akbar.”

While the NAACP has few actual members, they have deep pockets. Corporate sponsors, like McDonalds, shower the NAACP with funds. In 2012, the NAACP and NAACP Legal Defense Fund took in a combined revenue of $67.5 and had combined assets of 54.1 million.

This merger of the Philadelphia NAACP and NOI under one leader is a dangerous combination. It combines the violent race war rhetoric of the NOI with the deep pockets of the NAACP. The Philadelphia NAACP will serve to legitimize and amplify the NOI theology and race war rhetoric to the black community. Rodney Muhammad will soon be the undisputed voice of the black power industry in the region.

Philadelphia has been the scene of regularly occurring black on white racially motivated violence for decades. The violence has been increasing in recent years. Philadelphia is where the media first started using the term “flash mob” as a euphemism for black on white violence to intentionally misrepresent what was really happening. This website has reported on dozens of black on white racially motivated hate crimes over the past few years.

Mondesire and three other board members were kicked out after an internal feud over money.

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