Lord Jamar confirms his belief that the white man is the devil.
âThereâs been little hints,â Jamar said. âIâve heard him for a while now dropping little things in his music. Saying littleâGiving slight acknowledgement to the Gods. And shit, even to us. You know? âOnly God can judge me, so Iâm gone. Either love me or leave me alone.â And especially on the last album. On that [Magna Carta Holy Grail]Â he got a song called âHeavenâ where heâs shouting out the Gods basicallyâ¦But as far as actually coming out and proclaiming that heâs God and coming amongst the Gods and building with the Gods. And making knowledge born. Making understanding understood. He has not done that. Thatâs something that if he is interested in obtaining the knowledge of self or if he has been studying unbeknownst to us, thatâs something that weâd like to know. Because weâd love to welcome him in and make sure what heâs learning heâs learning correctly.
âBut usually someone whoâs not in the Five-Percent Nation doesnât wear our flag,â he added. âYou know what I mean? Thatâs something thatâs usually reserved for people within the Nationâ¦Iâm not upset with him. Itâs not like Iâm upset that heâs wearing it. I think itâs actuallyâItâs helping to raise awareness about us.â
Jamar also answered if he follows the Nation's belief that the white man is the devil--agreeing with the concept, but with a prerequisite.
âYep,â Lord Jamar said when asked if he believes the white man is the devil. âBut now with that being said white people come from the black man. And the original devil, the strongest devil is a black devil. So, are white people devils by themselves? No. They come from a stronger version of the devil, which was the original black man. And when we speak of God and devil we are not speaking in the same terms that you would think of a God and devil how youâve been traditionally taught as far as within religion. We redefine what God and devil is and what it means to us. And itâs not anything spooky. Itâs a frame of mind, basically. And even white and black is not necessarily a skin color. Itâs a frame of mind. So, is the white man the devil? Yes, he is.â
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