[VIDEO] U.S. gov attempting to murder billions with genetically modified food, depleted uranium bombs, Farrakhan tells students

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The U.S. government is working to murder 2 to 3 billion people worldwide using genetically altered food and depleted uranium bombs, Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan told students at a school-hosted speech at Tuskegee University late last month.

Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan told students at Tuskegee University that the U.S. government is actively working to murder billions of people worldwide.

“[T]o cull, meaning to get rid of, two to three billion people is policy,” said Farrakhan. “Now here are the methods they are using to effect global depopulation: Depleted uranium bombs… genetically modified food.”

Farrakhan, who was speaking as a guest of the Muslim Student Association in a Tuskegee University auditorium, explained the U.S. government is worried about a lack of worldwide resources and is pursuing a policy of mass worldwide genocide.

“They [the U.S. government] feel that the resources of our planet are dwindling and the people on the planet are considered useless eaters, so to get rid of them means that they have access to the raw materials of the planet without opposition because they killing the potential opposition,” he said.

WATCH: Louis Farrakhan tells students U.S. government is working to murder billions of people worldwide

His speech appeared to be received well by the audience who responded to many points with applause.

Farrakhan said he believes the policy was envisioned by Secretary of State Henry Kissinger under Pres. Richard Nixon (R), was implemented by Pres. Gerald Ford (R) in 1975 and suggested it continues under the President Barack Obama (D) administration today.

The White House did not return a request for comment.

Tuskegee University administrators also declined to return comment to Campus Reform or say whether Farrakhan received a stipend for his visit.

An official Tuskegee University, news bulletin, however, touted Farrakhan’s speech and his three-day visit to campus.

The speech “emphasized the importance of self-awareness, education and using knowledge to help uplift communities,” it says. 

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