So, smiling photo of Obama with Farrakhan taken in 2005 two years before he ran for President and supposedly met with the man during his campaign year. Southern Poverty and Law Center classifies NOI of which he was head as a hate group and legislators contacted the photographer and suppressed the photo.
Some quotes and background on Farrakhan:
"(Jews) can’t say ‘Never Again’ to God, because when he puts you in the ovens, you’re there forever.”
“Hitler was a very great man. He wasn’t great for me as a Black man but he was a great German and he rose Germany up from the ashes of her defeat by the united force of all of Europe and America after the First World War. Yet Hitler took Germany from the ashes and rose her up and made her the greatest fighting machine of the twentieth century, brothers and sisters, and even though Europe and America had deciphered the code that Hitler was using to speak to his chiefs of staff, they still had trouble defeating Hitler even after knowing his plans in advance. Now I’m not proud of Hitler’s evil toward Jewish people, but that’s a matter of record. He rose Germany up from nothing.”
“The Jews have been so bad at politics they lost half their population in the Holocaust. They thought they could trust in Hitler, and they helped him get the Third Reich on the road,” “You’re God’s chosen people? And you promote something that God rejects? You’ve lost your covenant status! You are not the chosen of God, you are the chosen of Satan!… You’re promoting homosexuality. God doesn’t. You promote filth. God condemns it!” “because, you see, white people deserve to die. And they know so and they think it’s us coming to do it. No, no, no.”
From New York Times: ““Mr. Farrakhan urged the women to embrace his formula for a successful family. He encouraged them to put husbands and children ahead of their careers, shun tight, short skirts, stay off welfare and reject abortion. He also stressed the importance of cooking and cleaning and urged women not to abandon homemaking for careers. ‘You’re just not going to be happy unless there is happiness in the home,’ Mr. Farrakhan said at the Mason Cathedral Church of God in Christ in the Dorchester section, not far from the Roxbury neighborhood where he was raised by a single mother. ‘Your professional lives can’t satisfy your soul like a good, loving man.’””