As the United States of America and the world continues to cope with the Covid-19 pandemic, vaccines are being administered to attempt to battle against the virus.

On July 4, 2020, during his historic lecture titled “The Criterion,” the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan advised Black people in America and on the continent of Africa to don’t take America’s Covid-19 vaccines. 

“I say to my brothers and sisters in Africa if they come up with a vaccine be careful. Don’t let them vaccinate you with their history of treachery through vaccines, through medication. Are you listening? I say to the African presidents do not take their medications,” he said. “I say to those of us in America we need to call a meeting of our skilled virologists, epidemiologists, students of biology and chemistry and we need to look at not only what they give us we need to give ourselves something better.”

Minister Farrakhan’s words to not take the Covid-19 vaccines were not said in vain, as the United States government along with America’s medical and pharmaceutical industries have a history of anti-Black and anti-Indigenous practices and policies.

“Remember the Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment?” the Minister questioned in his lecture. “Remember what they did to the Native Americans with smallpox in blankets. Remember the vaccine that they gave us for polio? That was cancer itself, contaminated with SV-40? How could you trust them with a vaccine after you know what they have done and that they are capable of doing it again, on a bigger and broader level?”

In two articles of the same name, The Covid-19 Vaccine and the U.S. Policy of Depopulation, published in the Final Call Newspaper, Dr. Ava Muhammad, the national spokesperson for the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam, goes in-depth on the reasons why Black people should not take the Covid-19 vaccines.

One of those reasons is America’s history of treachery.

“African slaves were forced to clear the swamps of the Carolinas because Whites could not be exposed to the risk of the deadly disease malaria.  Surgery was performed on Black women with no anesthesia by J. Marion Sims who is called the ‘Father of Gynecology.’ The desire to escape slavery was designated a mental disorder,” she writes.

The Honorable Elijah Muhammad warned when the polio vaccines were being distributed, “Do not take the polio vaccine.” It later came out that one of the polio vaccines being administered was contaminated with SV40, a cancer-causing agent. 

“The polio vaccine was administered to hundreds of millions of people around the globe between 1955-1963. In 1959, Bernice Eddy, a researcher at the National Institute of Health, confirmed a direct link between SV40 and cancerous tumors,” Dr. Ava writes.

She continues: “The United States government continued to administer this poison, vaccinating 100 million American children through early 1963.  The public was not informed.  People were overjoyed, celebrating the eradication of the dreaded disease.  The truth was not made known until 1992, when a pediatric oncologist found DNA sequences of SV40 in lab slides of tumors from children killed by a rare brain cancer. His findings were published in the New England Journal of Medicine.”

Polio vaccines are not the only example of America’s history of treachery. Research and articles have been done about how the smallpox vaccine triggered the AIDS virus. And of course, we do not need to mention the Tuskegee syphilis experiment, where Black men who had syphilis were enlisted into a study and were purposely left untreated in the name of “science.”

Over the past few weeks, we’ve watched high-profile figures, including Vice President Mike Pence, President-Elect Joe Biden and Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris take the Covid-19 vaccine. They, along with other public figures, say they have done this in an effort to prove the vaccine’s safety to the public. But public scrutiny remains, especially since the vaccine was developed in less than a year’s time. 

Army Spc. Angel Laureano holds a vial of the COVID-19 vaccine, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Bethesda, Md., Dec. 14, 2020. (DoD photo by Lisa Ferdinando)

In the same aforementioned article, Dr. Ava writes that it normally takes five to 15 years to develop a vaccine because “years are needed to realize the long-term effects. The Covid-19 vaccine is completely experimental.” Even more staggering is that this vaccine “comes after 20 years of 100 percent failure in the effort to create a coronavirus vaccine.”

According to Medical News Today, the fastest vaccine ever developed was the mumps vaccine in four years. 

Black people are widely apprehensive when it comes to taking the Covid-19 vaccine. We do not trust the government to keep us safe, given the horrors of the past. Although scientists have encouraged Black people to take the vaccine, including Dr. Anthony Fauci, and the U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams, who is Black, their efforts have not worked.

It is no mistake that the first person in the United States to get the vaccine was a Black woman. It is no mistake that on the CDC’s Covid-19 vaccine website, the banner image is of a Black doctor giving a Black woman a shot. Why is there such an effort to prove to Black people that they should take the vaccine?

In the 2013 The Time and What Must Be Done lecture series, the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan lays out proof of the U.S. government’s policy to depopulate the earth of indigenous people.

Dr. Ava writes, “The overarching goal is to cull the population of our planet by two to three billion.  This includes reducing the United States population by 150 million. Why? White people see their numbers going down and the numbers of the indigenous people, Black, Red and Brown, going up.  In this climate, under this policy,  what can we expect from a vaccine that is unalike anything previously made?”

We may find it difficult to believe that the government would have such a plan in place. But it’s not that far off.

“If you have difficulty believing that killing Original people is actually policy, not just random violence, then ask yourself how we can trust the makers and administrators of the Covid-19 vaccine when U.S. laws protect them from liability for injury or death caused by the vaccine?” Dr. Ava continues.

One of the very ingredients in the vaccine is made to seem as if it is groundbreaking, when in reality, it’s deadly.

The Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine is the first vaccine to contain mRNA that has been used on humans outside of clinical trials. The Moderna vaccine soon followed suit.

Medical News Today reports that Dr. Thomas Kenyon, former director of the CDC Center for Global Health, said mRNA technology is something the National Institutes of Health have been working on for a while.

According to Medical News Today, Dr. Kenyon explained that “mRNA vaccines deliver the coronavirus S protein’s genetic material. Our own cells then use the information stored in the mRNA to make the S proteins. The immune system is then ‘trained’ to recognize these spikes, preparing it for a future attack.”

Dr. Ava writes that “this is deliberate manipulation of the very core of our biological makeup.  This vaccine has a very real potential to alter who and what we are.”

In her article, Dr. Ava cites an interview from The Final Call Newspaper done by Sister Charlene Muhammad, the paper’s national correspondent. Sister Charlene interviewed Dr. Judy Mikovits, who Dr. Ava notes has been “maligned and vilified for exposing the medical industry.”

Dr. Mikovits explained to Sister Charlene some of the effects the mRNA vaccine will have on a group of people who have already been injured from previous vaccines and who have weakened immune systems.

“The expression of this mRNA is literally the spike protein from two deadly retroviruses that are in our own viral gnomes,” Dr. Mikovits told the Final Call Newspaper.  “We have been using aborted fetal tissue and other vaccines.  When you add this mRNA vaccine, you are literally putting the blueprint into every cell of the body and you are making this highly pathogenic (disease-causing) protein.  You will kill people who are already compromised and you will sterilize young women who get this vaccine.”

All in all, the Covid-19 vaccine is not something Black and indigenous people should take. Given the history of medical malpractice against these groups of people, it’s not difficult to believe that it would be done again. With America’s policy of depopulation, the racist treatment of indigenous people, the speed the vaccine was developed, the dangers of mRNA technology, and the mystery of the vaccine’s long term effects, it is not worth shooting the vaccine into your body, all on the wobbly promise that you might not get Covid-19.

The Covid-19 vaccine is not the end all be all. There are several alternatives to take to help ward off the virus. The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan mentioned 14 therapies that can be used against it. He also talked about vitamin D being a good way to fight the virus. One last alternative he mentioned is looking into what Cuba is developing and into Alpha Interferon 2B.

For more information on the fight against Covid-19 vaccines, visit Also read Dr. Ava’s full article here

We urge you to research and look into the vaccines, America’s history of treachery and possible alternatives. That way, you will be in the best position to make an informed choice regarding the Covid-19 vaccine.


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