Louis Farrakhan’s ‘Wheel’ has nothing to do with Pat Sajak … Or does it?
If you’re like the vast majority of human beings on this planet, you haven’t closely followed the preaching of minister Louis Farrakhan, former calypso music artist, extremist Islamist, black supremacist, and all around anti-Semite. Well, it’s time you caught up on all the craziness … and Twitchy is here to help!
In short, it’s all about The Wheel. No, we’re not talking about the Wheel of Fortune. That’s Pat Sajak — different minister. It’s some kind of mothership from outer space that follows Farrakhan around. At some point, when he’s good and ready, he will climb on board to fly away from planet Earth and, for good measure, maybe kill off all of our planet’s blue-eyed devils.
Here’s some Twitter background about The Wheel:
That’s because UFOs weigh heavily in the gospel of Louie.
And they’re probably gonna destroy America. Because blue-eyed devils.
In one of his latest videos, Farrakhan says The Wheel, the great mother plane, sits 40 miles above Earth, just above America, ready to deal vengeance upon our racist-y ways.
The honorable Elijah Muhammad, who is widely believed to have died in 1975, is actually still alive! That’s right. He has been broadcasting to Farrakhan from one of the UFO wheels. Never trust Wikipedia!
There’s also a board game! Like Monopoly, but you don’t get rich at the end. You become a god. Or something.
But not if you’re a Jew, because you won’t let Kanye West listen to Farrakhan:
Jews! Always causing trouble.
We should also mention that there’s a new economic system just for members of the Nation of Islam.
Maybe it’s time for the Nation of Islam to create its own currency, sort of like Bitcoin except racist. Farrakhoin?
So there you have it. Ready to sign up to the Nation of Islam now? Because if you aren’t, you’re probably a racist Zionist who doesn’t even have the good sense to fear The Wheel.
Minister Farrakhan has been posting weekly addresses for about a year, each one an hour long. The first video has more than 124,000 views. He seemed well on his way to YouTube stardom. Alas, a year later, each video is garnering only about 20,000 views each. He’s probably hoping the mothership comes soon before his viewership dwindles down to nothing.
Wait, wait. Oh no. We think he converted Pat Sajak!
Enjoy the mothership, brother.