The tale of two Farrakhans. Who to believe, who to believe.

The Chicago Tribune presented the hate speech of Louis Farrakhan in an assembly of thousands of dissident blacks   

Farrakhan, the man who loves Obama

From the Tribune:

In a fiery lecture to thousands of followers of the Nation of Islam on Sunday in Chicago, Minister Louis Farrakhan warned that racial hatred could lead to attempts to assassinate President Barack Obama.
Farrakhan spent much of his oration decrying what he cast as Satan's influence over racist forces in politics and society before asking a pointed rhetorical question: "Do you think they're wicked enough to be plotting our brother's assassination as we speak?"
Farrakhan delivered his speech to an enthusiastic crowd of adherents packed loosely into the United Center for the Nation of Islam's annual observance of Saviours' Day, which celebrates the birth of the faith's founder, W. Fard Muhammad. This year's events marked the 82nd year of the religion's existence in North America. . . . . . 

Editor's notes:  here is my concern.  Since no one I know in the conservative camp is talking about violence against Obama,  what if Farrakhan and other black leaders,  men who have spoken out in their deeply felt disappointment of Obama,   are stoking the fires of violence in the hopes of winning the day for the Violent Black Agenda,  one which is detailed and supported by Farrakhan.  Listen to this March 19, 2011 tirade as Farrakhan accuses Obama of treason in the killing of Momar Kadafi.  

Farrahkan, the man who hates Obama

You heard the man.  Anyone think he is a supporter of Obama?  Anyone think that this man,  Farrahkan, is a man of peace?   Anyone think I have lost my mind or that there is not something else going on here?  Can anyone tell which Farrakhan we are need to pay attention to?