Hate preacher Louis Farrakhan and his Nation of Islam organization’s pages were deplatformed from Facebook on May 2 during its purge of “hate speech.” While most remain banished, Facebook strangely has allowed one dedicated to Farrakhan and “Black Supremacy” to return from the grave.
The page, “Supporters of The Honourable Louis Farrakhan,” openly describes itself as “a replacement for the group we lost called The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan.”
Its group description cites strange, poorly written conspiracies about white oppression of black culture via mind control. “These thoughts and ideologies,” says one post, “that clearly benefits white societies, were shrewdly programmed into the minds of millions of Black people through media subliminal programming without most even realize it.” [sic]
The page claims that, “as a means of protecting white societies from Black retribution, Black people are the unknowing targets of the most elaborate divide and conquer warfare campaign in history.”
The group was originally created on August 8, 2018 under the name “’Black power’ Vs ‘White Supremacy’ (talking black).”
The page has undergone numerous name changes in that time. According to Facebook’s own records, on October 1, 2018 it was known simply as “Black Supremacy.” As of Jan 7 2019 it was known as the more tame, but oddly wordy “Black Lives Matter | Freedom & Justice for all Black Lives.”