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Why and how Black Manhood is under attack
BY BRYAN CRAWFORD -CONTRIBUTING WRITER
CHICAGO (Source: FinalCall.com)—Nation of Islam Minister Louis Farrakhan recently delivered an address to the Afrikan Black Coalition in Long Beach, Calif. During a portion of the lecture, the Minister recounted his battle and victory against cancer. He told the audience he was prescribed a drug that alters body chemistry to the degree that when men take it, they get the same symptoms women experience when going through menopause. And when taken for an extended period of time, this drug can also cause men to develop breasts.
His point was that changes in sexuality could be manipulated by drugs designed to promote such change. “I’m dealing with the chemistry [experiment] of a scientist, now,” said Min. Farrakhan. “He can make you think you’re a homosexual [and] he’s feminizing the Black man.”
That statement caused some members of the LGBTQ community in attendance to get up and walk out. Min. Farrakhan appealed to those who were leaving to listen to his words and know that his heart was full of love for them.
“I don’t want anybody who is LGBTQ to think I’m talking down to you. We’re not going nowhere without you. You are some of the most brilliant of our people, but the enemy is a scientist of evil,” he said. “Have you seen this commercial: ‘Have you taken this pill and you find out you’re developing breasts, stop taking it immediately.’ Just a pill, dang that’s chemistry for you. These are masters of chemistry. Now, wait, then they say, ‘If you take this pill and you find yourself having suicidal thoughts, stop taking that pill immediately.’ You mean a pill can influence the way you think? Another pill with chemistry can create breasts among men,” said the Minister.