Black People Politics : Minister Louis Farrakhan and Barack Obama

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  1. MysteryDoors

    MysteryDoors Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    The Gods At War - 2008 Saviours’ Day address:

    In the 2008 Saviours’ Day address Minister Farrakhan stated that Barack Obama is world’s hope that America can change. Minster Farrakhan also included that Barack Obama could turn out to be one who can lift America from her fall.

    I feel that Farrakhan's message about Obama is profound and uplifting.

    For the complete story go to the website:
    http://www.finalcall.com/artman/publish/article_4427.shtml

    What do you think about Minister Farrakhan supporting words for Barack Obama?
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  2. Edward Williams

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    It is what all non-white people who are interested in replacing the SYSTEM of racism (white supremacy) with a SYSTEM of justice should be doing...

    Minimize conflict by maximizing constructive interaction.

    Maximize Constructive Interaction meaning, using all of your time and energy, the maximum amount, toward helping someone and/or allowing someone to help you, solve problems without producing more problems.

    The white people who practice racism (white supremacy) will come after you to make sure you remain in conflict with other non-white people. That is their job.

    If you want to work against them you should be helping the people who need help the most get the most help...the maximum help...without mistreating anyone. The non-white people of the known universe need more help than the white people of the known universe because the white people who practice racism (white supremacy) has seen to it that the people THEY SAY are not white (non-white people) are in a worse condition world wide.

    When you are maximizing your constructive interaction with other non-white people you are working against the white people who practice racism (white supremacy) on that alone.
     
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    i agree.....
     
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    As usual Brother Williams, I appreciate the compensatory analysis, as you have applied it here! As with Brother Jamesfrmphilly, I too agree!
    The Struggle Continues! Peace!
     
  5. MysteryDoors

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    A Black President?

    A Black President? Sure. But If We Don't Do Nothin' He Won't Do Nothin'

    "Even if there's gonna be a black president," said Baraka in Newark early this month, "if we don't do nothin' he won't do nothin'... the less we do, the less we can expect Obama to respond to us..."

    Baraka took to task those who criticize Obama without actually organizing anything on the ground in their communities.
    http://www.blackagendareport.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=538&Itemid=34
     
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