July 11, 2006, - 11:17 am

Hoop Nightmares: Nation of Islam Goes to Nike Basketball Camp

America’s Black David Duke has a grandson in Nike’s elite basketball camp. But instead of derision, the obsequious sports press is celebrating.
The Nation of Islam’s loony leader, Louis Farrakhan, loves lecturing Black America not to become pro athletes or entertainers, but instead to pull themselves up by the bootstraps . . . and hate Jews, Asians, Arabs, “Crackers,” and every other group possible.
(No big deal that he, himself, made his millions not from bootstrap-pulling, but by tax scams, bilking and scamming his followers, and a few unrepaid $5 million “loans” from fellow loon, Libyan leader Muammar Ghaddafi.)
Now, there is a Black American and Nation of Islam member who has not taken Calypso Louie’s advice: his grandson, Mustapha Farrakhan.

Mustapha Farrakhan & Father Louis, Son/Grandson Mustapha Farrakhan

Along with the son of Michael Jordan, Mustapha Farrakhan, a college and NBA hopeful, is attending Nike basketball camp, where he is being eyed by a handful of college scouts.
Since his father, also named Mustapha Farrakhan, is a “Supreme Captain” of the Nation of Islam, it’s a sure bet grandson Mustapha hates Jews and “Crackers” just like dear old granddaddy.
In an issue of the Nation of Islam’s newspaper, “The Final Call,” Louis Farrakhan says that his son Mustapha (father of the hoops player) supports the establishment of the United States of Africa in place of the America:

In the Name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful.
I, my son and Supreme Captain, Mustapha Farrakhan, Akbar Muhammad, Sultan Muhammad, and my daughter and nurse, Fatima Farrakhan Muhammad were among those who were blessed to be present at the end of the 38 years of the Organization of African Unity (OAU), and, to witness the beginning or the birth of the African Union toward the ultimate United States of Africa. . . .
May Allah bless the Leaders of the African Continent. May He bless Brother Muammar Gadhafi that he will not be discouraged in pursuing the idea of the United States of Africa to its ultimate conclusion, and, may Allah bless the sons and daughters of Africa to form a united front wherever we are found to encourage the African Union to ultimately become the United States of Africa.

Don’t expect the gushing press to ask him about those views or whether he agrees with the anti-Semitic, anti-White bigotry of dear old dad. They didn’t. The sports press just fawned over his “celebrity” family ties. They’d hate to cause an issue for members of the many ethnic groups his grandfather openly derides. There’s no New York Times-style “public’s right to know” ethos here.
Instead, AP’s Michael Marot reports to us that Mustapha Farrakhan “likes sports and music. He attends church each Sunday and avoids controversy.” Memo to clueless AP reporter Marot: Uh, that would be a mosque, actually. As far as controversy, it’s hard to avoid it when your dad and granddad are America’s Black grand wizards.
And AP reporter Marot seems not to notice. Instead, his report contains only comments like these:

“I think he’s developed the right way under the circumstances,” the father said. “Basketball-wise, he’s focused on that and stays away from politics, and that’s good for him.”

Are hatred of and conspiracy theories against Jews and White people mere “politics”? Would they let a son of David Duke or an officer of the Klan get away with comments like that? The man making these comments is a “Supreme Captain” in a ministry of hate.
Yet, he’s allowed to make comments about the Farrakhan name that go absolutely unchallenged:

“We’ve always taught that a good name is better than silver or gold so anything you do as a service to your community or humanity makes your name stronger,” the father said. “You try not to do anything that would damage your name.”

But the Farrakhan name is already damaged. Louis Farrakhan has done more than damage his name, but also the names of the many millions of people he’s defamed and slandered to Black America, in the name of his phony bootstrap philosophy partnered with Black supremacy.
The elite basketball camp is called Nike All-America Camp. But there’s nothing All-American about the Farrakhan brand of hate.
Nor is there much American about Michael Marot, the dizzy AP sports reporter who deliberately glosses over the real story at hand.
Because Marot failed to ask it, the question remains about Mustapha Farrakhan:
Like grandfather, like grandson?

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22 Responses

I think that these mindless, racist, Muzlum scum were talking about making the continent of Africa the United Staes of Africa – not changing the U.S. into the United Staes of Africa (although they would love to).
As to the media (AP), hey, they’re LIBERAL, which means they love islam and they love racist blacks.

Thee_Bruno on July 11, 2006 at 1:19 pm

    It sure is a christian thing to do to assume that Mustapha Jr., a kid who plays basketball hates white people and jews without knowing anything about the kid. Mustapha is a good kid and a great student and not so bad on the basketball court either. Let’s assume that your grandfather was a murderer, Debbie, that must mean that you are as well. I’m white and Christian in the true sense of the word, this article, quite frankly makes me ashamed to be either one.

    Whoever on February 4, 2010 at 1:53 pm


g.preb on July 12, 2006 at 9:06 am

This is the same sports media and personalites who were so offended by one observation made by Rush Limbaugh mentioning race- but that was `different’ because he was calling the press out on thier patronizing need for a black underdog.
No bias here!!

watts30 on July 12, 2006 at 9:30 am

The hate-mailers cannot tolerate a woman who is very beautiful, very intelligent, and speaks her mind. She is conservative, and that cannot be tolerated by the hate-mailers. Farrakhan is another hate-monger who makes a living from hate. He is allowed to say anything as racist and hateful as he wants to. Why? He does because he can. Also, it pays for him to be that way.

commoner on July 12, 2006 at 3:31 pm

Racist whites are stupid, but the media does not tolerate them. They talk of “white, Christian America,” a concept which is totally opposed to what Christianity is all about. Christianity has proven over the years that it has the means for self-correction: the Holy Scriptures. It was Christians who led the fight against slavery (William Wilberforce and John Newton–a former slave ship captain–in the UK, and Henry Ward Beecher and Harriet Beecher Stowe in the US). Perfection and unanimity. No, but it was still Christians who led the fight.
What has Islam and its cult, the “Nation of Islam” ever produced? Hate, war, killing of innocents. Have any Muslims ever led a world-wide movement of peace, liberation, or any other good? No.
Liberal media guilt is clearly misplaced. While we in America (especially Christians and Jews) have not been perfect, we have eventually corrected some of our ills. We have recognized our failures and will correct more of them. We do not need to exonerate our enemies of their sins. They will not correct them; in fact, they do not acknowledge them as sins. Why should we allow ourselves to be equated with murderers, rapists, hate-mongers, and felons.
Any wonder why Michael Marot does not ask Calypso Louie’s grandson about his political views?

Loser on July 12, 2006 at 11:07 pm

La Raza, Nation of Islam, the Ku Klux Klan, the National Socialist Party, what’s the difference?

Loser on July 12, 2006 at 11:35 pm

Mustafa is an 18 year old kid playing highschool basketball. Give him a break. He is not his Grandfather, nor is he guilty of his grandfather’s sins or flaws. Each generation starts anew. He’s no more like his grandfather than Ron Reagan is like Ronald.
By the way, when Louis Farakahn refered to the United States of Africa, he was talking about the unification of the African continent–not the Africanization of America.

reeses_peace on September 15, 2007 at 9:54 pm

It used to amaze me how whites and “white-Jews” could hear the clearest language spoken and find some way to distort it and then monopolize the term “anti-semitism” to be exclusively for them. You do this as if you are unaware of it’s relationship to black people and other groups in the world. To further show your narrowed minded view you now place the “faults” of the grandfather on his grandson. How can you be so obtuse, is not that the same thing that reparations for black people, descendants of slaves is all about? Or, are you blind to the plight of every other people except Jews? When Farrakhan says that the children of our former slave-masters are now in a privileged position, and white-people are responsible for the hellish conditions under which blacks and even some poor whites live/suffer you call him “loony”. You and most of the ignorant and spiritually blind bloggers on this site are guilty of the same thing. Shame on you for hanging the grandson for your mis-perception of his grandfather, you are the very definition and embodiment of the term “hypocrite”.

TheClearTruth on January 29, 2008 at 1:19 pm

    Absolutely! Beautiful point! Farrakhan does not teach to hate anyone and he did not say to hate jews. There are some jews in the world that commit wickedness, like the rothchilds, and when a black man like Farrakhan points it out, the zionist controlled media will paint him as an anti semite. Wake up people! And you cannot compare the KKK to the Nation of Islam, the KKK has a long history of murdering black people, like the kkk member Byron De La Beckwith who murdered Medgar Evers. Nation of Islam does not have a history of killing white people, so wheres the hate? Leave Minister Farrakhan’s grandson alone and stop with this slanderous, innacurate reporting!

    Samadhi on May 28, 2010 at 3:32 am

Because of people and comments like this, I will make sure I devote myself to slay all people who think in such a foolish and truly ignorant way. Slanderers like Debbie should be severely punished for the hateful and devilish comments and reports such as this one. May god bless you with eternity in the fiery pits of hell!

me on August 27, 2009 at 10:24 am

You all talk about someone teaching hate. I wonder where you all were and what you all were saying when black people were being hung and murdered every in the open. Publicly like it was an event to hang and burn a black person. Where and what were you all saying then. Are YOU ALL LIKE YOU FATHERS AND GRANDFATHERS who were doing the hanging and killing of blacks? If he does hate I think he has a pretty good reason if he taught hate. You say go back to Africa no America was built by blacks and you know who stole this land and from who, native Americans which doesn’t mean whiteTHANKGIVING

Chris on January 13, 2010 at 7:47 pm

Great point Chris great point indeed

cdizzle on February 4, 2010 at 10:35 am

It never ceases to amaze me the arrogance and hypocrisy of white americans who are the mothers and fathers of hate. Look at the history of your fathers and grandfathers who stole black people from their beloved and rich African soil and brought them to America to be slaves, to be beaten, raped, castrated, sodomized, hated, the young babies to be used as foot warmers, blacks burned alive and lynched for 400 years at the hands of wicked white people of America. Black People have suffered the gravest and most wicked sin ever in the history of Mankind yet blacks have to fight for reparations and a simple apology from the government of the United States. Why are blacks denied reparations when our suffering took place on American soil yet Jews were compensated by the American government for something that happened way in Germany? Let’s face it what Louis Farrakhan teaches about the evils of the white race and jews are very true its just that some people don’t like their dirty laundry to be aired so they call him a hate teacher no he is the truth doctor!!

Cassandra on February 4, 2010 at 3:59 pm

i went to school with his grandson and u guys can say what the hell want about him but hes a good kid hes not disrespectful in any way yes his grandfather is an asshole but that dosnt mean Mustafa is the same way i hate stupid ass people like you all! ignorance

gwendolyn brown on February 7, 2010 at 1:25 am

Most of the people that posted bad things about Mustapha are white americans. And there grand and great grandfathers were the ones hanging black americans from trees. So do that make u a Mustapha Farrakhan??????
Don’t judge people based on there family.

just call me "CHE" on February 9, 2010 at 2:30 pm

Go back to Africa? So original. White people? Yeah I’m talking to you. If you were to go back to lets see, anywhere, where would it be? Think about it. Those of you who think you know your history, where would you go? I have the answer. NO WHERE!!! Not even Amereica. Why? Because you are not a native ANYWHERE!!!!This is not to insult you in anyway. You should really STUDY who you are and why you are so evil. Every where you went you have killed. Don’t you ever want to know why? With all due respect. I’m not trying to be funny. One day Minister Farrakhan will tell you your history. You guys should really really listen. Stop being so afraid. You may ask, afraid of what. You are so afraid of black people taking over. Admit it. You guys think we are going to enslave you, beat you, and do whatever else to you. That’s why when Obama became president every gun and ammunition was sold. To who? YOU. Because of fear…

live on on March 18, 2010 at 8:05 pm

Ms. Debbie obvioulsy your blinded by your skin and arrogant thoughts from the truth. The minster speaks the truth the and just by this unethical non-fact article you wrote you proved us right you are the enemy and dont even have knowlegde of selft the white race is made because black people are getting out of there slave like mindset . Which would allow you to say what your saying now and it be normal . The enemy which is you will soon face his chastisment . Which i very much long to see !!!!!!YES he does teach us no to grow up tricked wanting to be entertainers or athletes he wants us to expand our minds do something better is that wrong seriously research the real facts before you past judgement on that which you have NO knowledge of

Nation'squeen on April 3, 2010 at 8:20 am

Debbie, if your problem is with Louis Farrakhan, then you should take up your issue with Louis Farrakhan. The tone of your article is fallacious and cowardly. I personally know Mustapha Jr., and he is a very kind, easygoing boy that has his own opinions and life philosophies.

Mustapha Farrakhan is not his grandfather. Let the boy be judged by his own deeds, and not those of his grandfather.

GCB on August 29, 2010 at 1:47 pm

Debbie you are an absolute imbecile. There are so many people out there, both Black and White, that could have this job that you are terrible at! Why would anybody with any self worth at all take a shot at a kid trying to get educated and playing basketball? Seems like we’ve found the true racist, and it’s you!

REALTALK on November 30, 2010 at 9:13 am

Debbie, think on this wise. You state that The Farrakhan name represent hater’s of all race of people, Jews, and compare them to White KKK. Now, your rhetoric sounds as though you have hatred for this name Farrakhan, Why? Now if you blame the grandchild for the actions of the grandfather, why can’t blacks blame you for what your white grandparents did and or have said. Is that justice due are only applies to anyone speak truth against you people? Pot calling the Kettle Black…..Think about it….

WLee on November 23, 2011 at 11:36 pm


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