Black Supremacy, Zionism and the Original Twelve Tribes
(Ed. Notes – I am presenting this article to show the extent of Zionism worldwide. Many think Zionism is strictly a Jewish issue. It is not. It was started in the mid to late 1800’s in Great Britain as British Israel, then spread through Masonic channels from coast to coast. Taught to all kinds of people, it was a means to create a world-wide movement with interest in securing a Jewish homeland. This was eventually turned into the modern Zionism movement, but uses Christians, Blacks and Jews to accomplish it’s aims, chiefly, a one-world government, based in Jerusalem.)
Chilling images inside the ‘church’ of a murderous black supremacy cult: Nation of Yahweh’s Miami base still stands abandoned 10 years after death of founder whose inner circle murdered white people and cut off body parts as proof
Yahweh ben Yahweh founded the Nation of Yahweh in 1979 and deemed himself its God
He raged against ‘white devils’, said African Americans were the original Israelites who would one day return
He turned the Nation of Yahweh into a multi-million dollar empire in the 1980s with hotels, schools, cars
Yahweh, who died in 2007, was found guilty of conspiracy to murder and linked to 14 deaths
It was also revealed he controlled his follower’s clothing and sex lives and slept with underage disciples
The Nation of Yahweh is still active but largely disappeared after Yahweh was imprisoned for nine years
By Anneta Konstantinides For Dailymail.com
Published: 15:16 EST, 28 January 2017 | Updated: 20:02 EST, 28 January 2017
A Miami church where one man who called himself the Son of God began a black supremacist group now stands in complete shambles, 10 years after its leader’s death.
There is no evidence now of the heyday of the Nation of Yahweh, which founder Yahweh ben Yahweh turned into a national movement in the 1980s and created a multi-million dollar empire.
It was here that Yahweh first spouted the words that would become his church’s gospel as he raged against ‘white devils’ and that African Americans, who the group saw as the original Israelites, would one day return to Israel.
Former Nation of Yahweh church now in ruins in Miami
In this now dilapidated room was where Yahweh formed his gospel - that white people were the 'devil' and that African Americans, who the group saw as the original Israelites, would one day return to Israel
There is no evidence now of the heyday of the Nation of Yahweh, which Yahweh turned into a national movement in the 1980s and created a multi-million dollar empire
The Nation of Yahweh followers believed that Yahweh (pictured), who died in 2007, was their Messiah. Yahweh, who always wore a jeweled white turban, once told a group of Miami business leaders that he was the 'world's greatest attraction'
The group’s inner circle, known as the Brotherhood, were reportedly required to kill a white person. Yahweh expected them to bring a severed head or ear as proof.
In the nation’s heyday, Yahweh – who called himself the ‘Original Jew’ – would walk around in a jeweled white turban and was always flanked by a group of bodyguards who carried wooden staffs for protection.
Yahweh’s empire included hotels, grocery stores, apartment complexes, schools, Greyhound buses and white Rolls Royce cars.
He once claimed to have 20,000 followers spread across 45 cities, according to Washington Post.
Yahweh's empire once included hotels, grocery stores, apartment complexes, schools, Greyhound buses and white Rolls Royce cars. All that's left of its first church is abandoned furniture and ceilings that are falling apart
Yahweh was also applauded for his efforts to rebuild and rehabilitate the Miami-Dad community, receiving the highest humanitarian award from the Miami Urban League and getting a day named after him by the Miami mayor in 1990.
Just a month later Yahweh would be charged with federal racketeering and conspiracy to commit murder.
Yahweh was linked to 14 murders, as well as two attempts, an a terrorist-style bombing of a block in Delray Beach after some of his supporters were beaten up.
During the trial it was revealed that Yahweh controlled everything in the lives of the people in his group, from their clothing to their sex lives – and that the leader would often have sex with his underage female disciples.