Discussion in 'Black People Open Forum' started by Amnat77, Mar 5, 2011.
Farakahan is a nice old man, a good teacher, a timely commentator on the issues of the day, and probalby a good Imam
but if he is serious about helping, or inspiring the Black community he would do what the Honorable Elijah Muhammed did and
open up some businesses and services in and for the Black community
What about yourself? how come you can't open businesses in your community?
Farrakhan - " Some Muslim said to me "Were so glad you accepted our religion" I said what the hell are you talking about. When did it become your religion?"
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I do have a business why the assumptions?
I remember Elijah Muhammed and the way his businesses inspired Black children in the 60s all over NYC
some speech inspires few, ad realy what more can he say then the Messenger, or Malcolm?
In the 60s we never heard the "Messenger" speak but we loved him as an elder
and "Saviors Day" was pretty much a celebration like a holiday festival back then,
providing the community in Harlem, with African bazzars, with African food and garments for sale and craftworks,
and African musicians like Mariam Makeba an Olotunji
imma let you know when that breast milk ice cream comes back on the market K?
i'm not really down with Arabs.
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