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Bella Hadid, with a large Instagram following, has been promoting controversial figures like Louis Farrakhan and Tamika Mallory, known for anti-White and antisemitic views.

Hadid shared videos of Farrakhan making derogatory statements about White people and Jews.

“Now Whites fear violence from us… And what you fear is a deep guilt thing… You are afraid that if we ever come to power we will do to you what you and your people have done to us. And I think you are judging us by the state of your own [White] mind and that is not necessarily the mind of Black people,” Farrakhan said.

The Nation of Islam believes that “White people were not created by God but by the evil black scientist Yakub… Because of the process by which Yakub created the white race, white people are inherently deceitful and murderous. Given these views, it is not surprising that white people are banned from NOI,” the The Southern Poverty Law Center stated.

“White people deserve to die” and also suggested White people are a genetically inferior race. “White people are potential humans… they haven’t evolved yet,” Farrakhan said previously.

“Here the Jews don’t like Farrakhan, so they call me Hitler. Well, that is a good name. Hitler was a very great man,” she said. “White folks are going down. And Satan is going down. And Farrakhan, by God’s grace, has pulled the cover off of that Satanic Jew.”

Mallory justified violent rioting and expressed distrust towards White women.

Hadid also promoted videos of Jane Elliott insulting White people.
“This country… has not been free for Black people… Don’t talk to us about looting. Y’all are the looters. America has looted black people. America looted the Native Americans when they first came here. So looting is what you do. We learned it from you. We learn violence from you. We learn violence from you. The violence was what we learned from you,” Mallory said previously.

“They are not trustworthy,” Mallory said of white women.

“White people look vicious and ugly and noncaring and cruel and arrogant…,” diversity educator Jane Elliott told a White student.

“Are you trying really hard not to look at me?” Elliot said as the girl cried.

“Yes,” the girl said. “Because I don’t want to make myself more upset.”

Hadid has been accused of mainstreaming antisemitism by criticizing Israel and supporting pro-Palestinian sentiments.

“The way my heart feels … To be around this many beautiful, smart, respectful, loving, kind and generous Palestinians all in one place… it feels whole! We are a rare breed!!” Hadid wrote in one post.

She deleted posts after backlash, including one featuring a man charged with a hate crime.

Critics argue that Hadid’s platform has been used to spread misinformation and hatred, contributing to the popularization of evil in society.

“Bella Hadid… has a huge platform to influence conversation and affect what people think and do. And unfortunately, we have seen her use that platform… to spread misinformation and to foment Jew-hatred,” The Lawfare Project senior counsel Gerard Filitti said.

“It’s not just about Jewish identity, but it’s about the popularization of evil. And that is a broader question in American society that we’re seeing not just with Islamist forces, but with Marxist-Leninist ideology [on college campuses].”

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