The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan asked on Instagram: Do we need land? Did you know at the beginning of the 20th century, Blacks had over 16 million acres of land? Did you know that coming out of slavery, Black folk set up 60 all-Black towns in America? #Farrakhan
On April 11th, photos were posted to The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan’s Instagram page from a recent meeting from hip-hop star Kendrick Lamar.
The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan: “America: You are wicked as hell. I hate the wickedness that you have practiced, and still practice on my people.” What are your thoughts?
You must know the reality of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. He was more than a dreamer. Have you studied the speeches that he delivered during the last two years of life before he was assassinated on April 4, 1968? What are your thoughts? You must know the reality of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. He was more than a dreamer. Have you studied the speeches that he delivered during the last two years of life before he was assassinated on April 4, 1968? – The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan
What are your thoughts?
When Farrakhan is gone, what are you going to do? I’m just your brother, with a Message in my mouth and in my heart from the Honorable Elijah Muhammad for you. But if he calls me up to The Wheel, where he promised me he would allow me to see him face-to-face, then I expect you to be on your post. I expect you to keep the work going. I expect you to love one another even as I have loved you. I have proved it, now you show it to one another.
Black people: Let’s form our own political machine. Let’s call it the Justice Or Else Party. To hell with the Democrats, to hell with the Republicans! They haven’t given you anything but hell. Let’s get together and give ourselves a piece of the heaven that God intends for us.
The sermon was part of the annual Saviours’ Day celebration on Feb. 26, which honors the birth of the NOI’s founder, Master Wallace Fard Muhammad. Over the course of the four-hour ceremony, Farrakhan covers plenty of ground including critiques of the American government and crime in urban environments.
The NOI’s Facebook page posted a portion of the address where Farrakhan spoke on Chance The Rapper’s Grammy Awards wins and also gave a little light to Loaded Lux. Before speaking of Chance and Lux, Farrakhan asked rappers in attendance to make their presence known ahead of launching into his praise.
“Chance? He a bad lil’ fella,” said Farrakhan to the crowd about Chance’s Grammy wins last month. “He won because he had a rap more significant, more acceptable, more revered by those who judge. So when you see Mr. Chance come back home, you might be a little arrogant, you don’t wanna give him his props.”
Farrakhan continued with, “See when you a rapper and somebody can spit it, somebody can take you to the mat in what they call freestyle, like what’s my man’s name? Loaded Lux!”
Lux and Farrakhan crossed paths in 2015. Lux shared a picture of their meeting with the caption “What a moment!”
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