Jay Z at Nets game, 4-1-2014Jay Z with wife Beyoncé at Nets game, April 1, 2014

See that huge medallion around the neck of rap mogul and Obama supporter Jay-Z?

The medallion has an 8-pointed star with the number 7 inside it.

The 8-pointed star is the symbol of a black racist sexist supremacist group called Five Percent Nation. The group’s beliefs are similar to Louis Farrakhan’s (black) Nation of Islam, but go even further.

Five Percent Nation maintains black men are gods, racially superior to all others, and that the Christian God is a lie concocted by evil devilish whites.

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The number 7 is “god,” which means not only is Jay-Z a racist supremacist, he thinks he is god.

Gary Buiso reports for The New York Post, April 6, 2014, that “Last week, all eyes at the Barclays Center weren’t on Jay Z’s better half, Beyoncé — but on the coaster-size golden pendant swinging from the rapper’s neck as the couple sat courtside.”

The gaudy medallion worn by Jay-Z (and also New York Knicks basketball player Carmelo Anthony) is that of the Five Percent Nation (FPN). FPN believes that black people are the fathers and mothers of civilization, white men are the devil, the Christian god is nothing more than a ghost and only a small percentage of people (5%) really understand the world.

When asked if the group’s symbol — an eight-point star with the number 7 in the middle — held any meaning to him, Jay-Z shrugged, “A little bit.”

Michael Muhammad Knight, 36, a white author of two books on FPN who converted to Islam as a teenager, says Five Percenters believe that “the black man is God and created the universe” and is superior in every way — “physically stronger and intellectually stronger and more [morally] righteous naturally.”

In contrast, white people are “weak and wicked and inferior — basically just an errant child who needs to be corrected.” Knight wrote, “The first lesson I learned from the Five Percent was simple: F–k white people. Seriously. White people are devils.” (Which means Knight, who is white, believes he himself is a devil who should be “f-cked.” But I’m sure that logic escapes Knight.)

Knight says FPN’s beliefs about the races is more a statement about power rather than biology, “For me, it is about who is marked as privileged in the power relations of this society.” Knight calls FPN’s ideas “empowering.” He says, “Anytime someone is saying you have to accept your conditions of oppression and slavery and pray to an unseen god — that kind of god is just being used to keep people down and to keep people from looking to themselves as a solution to their problems. If there is a problem, no one will fix it for you, except yourself.”

FPN was founded in 1964 in Harlem by Clarence Smith, a former student of black Muslim Malcolm X who disagreed with the Nation of Islam over the nature of God. That’s because Clarence Smith thought he was god. Smith later changed his name to Allah, the Arabic word for god or supreme being. Not just Allah, Smith was known as Allah the Father.

Smith rejected the notion of a supernatural deity and instead believed that all black men had God in them and that black women were “earths” who took on a complementary yet subordinate role to their gods. (That would explain why Jay Z’s wife, Beyoncé, submissively called herself “Mrs. Carter” in her recent concert tour. Jay-Z‘s real name is Shawn Corey Carter.)

FPN calls the Christian God a “mystery God” concocted by 10% of the world’s population (whites) to control the other 85%.

10%+85%=95%. What about the remaining 5%?

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Although Five Percenters don’t consider themselves Muslim, their name however comes from the Nation of Islam’s belief that 5 percent of humanity are “poor righteous teachers” who exist to enlighten the masses about the truth of existence. Members sometimes refer to themselves as “scientists” to drive home the search for truth. Members must learn the “Supreme Mathematics and Supreme Alphabet” — allegedly powerful tools to decipher the meaning of the universe but which are really superstitious numerology. In both, each letter and number represents a concept, for example, 1 is knowledge, 2 is wisdom, while A is Allah and B is be, or born. The number 7 on Jay Z’s pendant stands for God.

Some FPN followers take exception to those who transform their flag into a fashion accessory. Saladin Allah (another god!), a representative of the group’s upstate region told The Post, “Jay Z is not an active member — no one has vouched for him. It was always understood that you don’t wear the ­regalia if you don’t totally subscribe to the life.”

beyoncejayzobamanothereforthemJay-Z (l) makes the neo-Nazi “Quenelle” hand gesture with his bud Obama.

But then I can’t imagine why Jay Z needs anyone to “vouch” for him or why Five Percent Nation even should have rules. Since all black MEN (not women) are gods, they don’t need anyone’s stamp of approval (“vouching”) or rules. Afterall, rules are only for lesser people.

Hmm. Where have I seen that before?

I know, I know!

The Narcissistic Personality Disorder!

Last but not least, Jay-Z’s god is actually Satan. He has a song to “Lucifer” in his 2003 The Black Album. (See my post “Pop Culture Satanists“.) Of course, we’ll try to overlook Jay-Z’s (and all satanists’) illogic in believing in Lucifer, but not the God who created the fallen angel. And to think Mr. Carter thinks he’s among the godlike five percent of humanity who alone are “enlightened” and really understand the truth! LOL

Read more about Five Percent Nation on Wikipedia.

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~Eowyn

Dr. Eowyn is the Editor of Fellowship of the Minds.