Black people: We must unite. We must take ownership of and police our communities. What are we waiting for?
by Willie Muhammad
Webster’s dictionary defines study as an application of the mind to books, etc.; to gain knowledge; v.t. to set the mind to; to examine carefully; to scrutinize; to ponder over; v.t. to read books in order to gain knowledge. The word study derives from the Latin word “stadium” which means “zeal.”
Have you ever thought about where we would be today if the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad had not recognized Master Fard Muhammad as the fulfillment of the biblical prophecies concerning the coming of God? Scary thought isn’t it? We are thankful to Allah that the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad did recognize Him! What was it that made it possible for the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad to recognize Master Fard Muhammad? The answer is the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad’s previous study of the scripture.
In “This Is the One” on page 150, Brother Jabril Muhammad writes concerning the Messenger’s first meeting with Master Fard Muhammad: “The Messenger would later say to his followers, and to the world, that the first thing that struck him about Mr. Fard was that His words and actions tallies with the Bible’s prophecy about what the coming One would say and do on His arrival. The Messenger could not but compare what he was listening to with prophecy of the coming of God in the book of Habakkuk and elsewhere in the Bible.”
Due to the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad’s previous examination of the scripture and a sincere/pure heart He, out of the many who saw Master Fard Muhammad, knew who He was!
During a believers meeting in New Orleans on January 14, 2006, the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan had the following to say about the importance of studying: “Go home and study. See many of you don’t study your religion and you think you are going to attain something without studying. But if you believe in something you need to study it so you can become proficient in what you do.”
How would you grade your level of proficiency in the Teachings of the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad? The Bible & Qur’an? The Supreme Wisdom? The scriptural identifies of the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad and the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan? Would you be able to explain, defend or teach what you say you believe?
THE IMPORTANCE OF STUDY!!!!!!
(Willie Muhammad serves as the Student Minister at Muhammad Mosque No. 46 in New Orleans. Follow him on Twitter @BroWM46 and Instagram. Visit the official New Orleans mosque website @ noineworleans.org)
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.
Minister Louis Farrakhan of the Nation of Islam may have done more for the 9/11 truth movement than any other person. His recent symposium on the events of Sept. 11 drew more than 4,000 attendees, quite a feat considering that the most popular 9/11 truth meetings typically only draw a few hundred people.
By Dr. Kevin Barrett
The best-known African-American of our time is undoubtedly Barack Obama. But the man who generates the most excitement, speaks the most truth as black people see it, and can get the most African-Americans to rally in Washington, D.C. is the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan, leader of the Nation of Islam.
A mesmerizing public speaker, Farrakhan’s messages resonate through the black community and beyond. His organization, the Nation of Islam, is a major player on the American political scene.
So by choosing to go all out for 9/11 truth, the Nation of Islam has significantly increased the chances of a breakthrough that could help America stop its headlong plunge into war, tyranny, and economic and moral bankruptcy, and instead turn toward peace, prosperity, liberty, and sustainability.
On Feb. 18, the Nation of Islam put on what may be the biggest and most explosive event in the whole history of the 9/11 truth movement. “The War on Islam: 9/11 Revisited, Uncovered, and Exposed” brought more than 4,000 people to the Cobo Center in Detroit.
You can watch the video archived at https://www.noi.org/911revisited/
“The War on Islam” situated 9/11 in the history of false-flag operations, zoomed in on some of the slam-dunk proof that 9/11 was an inside job, and finally pointed the finger at the main suspects: neoconservative Zionists bent on dragging the U.S. into an endless war on Israel’s enemies.
Full disclosure: I opened the event with a brief overview of false flag operations. Richard Gage AIA followed with evidence that the Twin Towers and WTC-7 were brought down in controlled demolitions. Then Christopher Bollyn finished by addressing the crucial question of who did it, by asserting that agents and supporters of Israel were the key players.
But is 9/11 still relevant? The fact that this, the biggest and boldest 9/11 truth event ever, took place now, in 2017, more than a decade and a half after the September 2001 tragedy, suggests that the issue is not going away—and for very good reason. All of the worst aspects of our present reality are pure products of 9/11: endless debilitating wars in the Muslim world, pervasive NSA surveillance of our lives and communications, with raw NSA data sent to Israel, a hobbled economy sapped by military spending, rampant Islamophobia and xenophobia, and a public beaten down by fear into a state of hopelessness, ignorance, and apathy. None of these problems can even be meaningfully addressed, much less solved, until we as a nation finally face a full reckoning with the truth of 9/11.
Thanks to its clout in the black community, the Nation of Islam is in a position to pose a significant challenge to the 9/11 gatekeepers. Will they ignore Saturday’s event? Attack it? Smear it with their favorite thought-stopping ad hominem slurs, “anti-Semitic” and “conspiracy theorist”? None of these approaches will work on the black community, which is largely immune to such appeals due to its historically hard-earned skepticism.
And the rest of America is waking up—and catching on to the pervasive propaganda lies of the power elite. The mostly white Americans who elected Donald Trump no longer believe in official reality any more than black Americans do.
As the Detroit 9/11 event was kicking off, the media was tearing its collective hair out over Trump’s latest tweet: “The FAKE NEWS media (failing @nytimes, @NBCnews, @ABC, @CBS, @CNN) is not my enemy, it is the enemy of the American people.”
Trump’s ability to get elected despite—or perhaps because of—his hostile relationship with the media is another pure product of 9/11 and the cognitive dissonance it created. While only about one third of Americans openly declare their 9/11 skepticism in most polls, depending on the wording that figure can rise to as high as 84%. Clearly a large majority of Americans knows or senses, consciously or unconsciously, that there is something very wrong with the official narrative. No wonder Trump can get away with blasting the “fake news” media and even declare them the enemies of Americans.
But will Trump ever be able to follow in the footsteps of Farrakhan and tell the full truth about why the media is our enemy? Will he find the courage to explain that the media is completely controlled by corporate money in general and Zionist money in particular? Will he explain that Zionists, plutocrats, and corrupt members of our own military-industrial complex, with the full complicity of senior members of the Bush administration, staged 9/11 as a “new Pearl Harbor”?
Trump is too tight with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and too comfortable with plutocracy.
He won’t do it unless we force him to. So please help us apply the necessary pressure. Do what the Nation of Islam just did: Find a way to spread the truth in your community.
Kevin Barrett, Ph.D., is an Arabist-Islamologist scholar and one of America’s best-known critics of the War on Terror. From 1991 through 2006, Dr. Barrett taught at colleges and universities in San Francisco, Paris, and Wisconsin. In 2006, however, he was attacked by Republican state legislators who called for him to be fired from his job at the University of Wisconsin-Madison due to his political opinions. Since 2007, Dr. Barrett has been informally blacklisted from teaching in American colleges and universities. He currently works as a nonprofit organizer, public speaker, author, and talk radio host. He lives in rural western Wisconsin.
Original article posted at https://americanfreepress.net/farrakhan-draws-4000-for-911-truth/
By Nzinga Muhammad
I have heard enough criticism about the Nation of Islam in regards to Scientology. Many lies have been spread by those who have not witnessed what actually took place in the Nation when Dianetics in particular was first being introduced to us.
Although I was young, I can remember when the Nation of Islam first delved into the study of Dianetics. Believers from across the country, my parents included, were learning this technique that could help people relieve some of their mental “demons”.
They were not trying to change their religion. They were not trying to become certified scientologists either. They wanted to acquire a skill to help our people who have been suffering from trauma for generations.
When someone wants to gain knowledge from a certain source, that doesn’t necessarily mean they are going to that source to become what or who they are. They just want to learn something in particular that will help them advance in life. People who are not Muslim, for instance, read the Holy Quran. It doesn’t make them followers of the Abrahamic religion Islam necessarily, they just find The Book interesting, and find that it holds wisdom. No Muslim in the Nation of Islam went to transition to some “cult”. Those that parrot this fallacy have no comprehension of what their purpose was and is.
I remember these massive books about Dianetics by L. Ron Hubbard in my house, used by my parents who were studying to be auditors. Auditors were people who helped those getting audited, by talking them through their experience they were recalling.
I remember watching videos in our Study Group about how the auditing process worked. There was nothing “spooky” about it, it was actually very scientific. It explained how the subconscious mind worked, and how our body reacts to certain triggers from experiences we have had in the past. I remember one explanation in the video that was something I could personally relate to. It showed a boy who had gotten sick off of eating an egg once, and now years later, he can’t stand the smell or look of a hard boiled egg. Literally me to this day.
I remember going to the Church of Scientology in Buffalo, New York, and seeing so many Muslims in headpieces and bowties there. The staff was friendly and treated us with respect. This was not some devil worshiping practice that all of these Muslims were partaking in. The Nation of Islam was trying to gain knowledge of a specific teaching that would help people. How is that such a bad thing?
The controversy following the Nation I was unaware of until much later as I grew up. Minister Farrakhan did not “sell out” his followers to commit to Scientology. As he explained before, there was something he found in dianetics for our people to use as an agent and tool to rid us of our afflictions, mentally. It wasn’t to change us into members of any particular religion other than Islam. I have friends and family who went through the auditing process, and I’m waiting for my turn.
Black people: You’ve been 9-to-5 for the enemy. You’ve got to be 24/7 for yourself and making a nation for yourself.~The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan
Hillary Clinton, The Wicked Witch of The West.
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.
“I really don’t give a damn if they come after me. I’m waiting for them. In fact, they’re a little late.”
~The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan