Don’t sleep on this generation…As we were out going door-to-door in the Southeast Houston community, these young gods asked us for a copy of The Final Call Newspaper and then started sharing their thoughts on Presidents Obama and Trump. One of them even ran over to the others nearby playing catch with a baseball and said, “Man, look who is on the cover of their paper.” And another one had a few “choice words” for Trump.😂😂😂 … maaaaan we love this generation! They fuel us to keep pushing in the streets spreading life, light and power. • #TheFinalCall #Farrakhan #NationOfIslam #blackgods
The Final Call newspaper
CHICAGO—Every day Black communities are inundated with violence. Whether it’s heinous acts committed against one another, encounters with police, or simply watching television or listening to music.
Violence has almost become a subculture that Black people not only embrace, but in many ways, openly promote.
Of course, it helps to understand the root of the problem, which in an overwhelming number of Black communities—particularly in large cities—is almost always tied to abject poverty, substandard living conditions, poor or failing schools, general lack, and feelings of hopelessness and despair.
When those conditions exist, it creates a perfect storm for crime, and ultimately violence, to manifest themselves.
In recent weeks, several incidents have played out in the media where Black people seem to just snap and commit heinous acts of violence.
Are these incidents, and many others, proof that Blacks are prone to violence as the popular narrative goes? Or is there something deeper going on? >>FULL STORY
From the blocks to knocking on doors, I thoroughly enjoyed today’s Truth Trafficking in the Southeast Houston community with my Fruit of Islam brothers. Praise be to Allah! 💯💪🏾
Back from Saviours’ Day and Back to Work. After an unforgettable time in Detroit, we were definitely excited to be back out in the Southeast Houston streets #TruthTrafficking door to door with the latest edition of The Final Call Newspaper. No better feeling than for the people to say they missed seeing us and their paper while we’re away. Praise be to Allah! Let’s get this work in!
The temperature dropped, but it was hard for me and Brother Linton Muhammad to just sit up at home in the warmth and not get out in the Southeast Houston streets today to do some truth trafficking door to door. Boy, what a blessing it was! There’s strength in being consistent. Praise be to Allah.
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.
Human trafficking means suffering, slavery, prostitution and death and the problem is closer to you than you might think
WASHINGTON (Source: FinalCall.com)—Although human trafficking generally operates out of the eyesight or awareness of ordinary Americans, its tentacles reach into every community and neighborhood snatching away men, women and children who become slaves to the people who control them.
January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month and survivors, supporters and advocates made their voice heard on Jan 11, designated as National Human Trafficking Awareness Day 2016.
According to officials of Zoe, human trafficking is a $32 billion a year industry with 20 million people enslaved around the world which is double the population of New York. Twenty-six percent are children, a quarter of whom are younger than 18. Zoe is an organization working to stamp out human trafficking and through its intervention program. It works with law enforcement and government agencies in raids, prosecutions, and the rescue of trafficking victims.
United Nations officials say every country in the world is affected by human trafficking, whether as a country of origin, transit or destination for victims. The link between the refugee and migration crisis and trafficking in persons was highlighted at the 2016 observance of the World Day against Trafficking of Persons by the UN Office for Drugs and Crime.
Former Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon denounced the practice in remarks during the observance.
“Human traffickers prey on the most desperate and vulnerable,” he said. “To end this inhumane practice, we must do more to shield migrants and refugees—and particularly young people, women and children—from those who exploit their yearnings for a better, safer and more dignified future.”
Meanwhile, every year, human rights activists and advocates explain, thousands of men, women and children fall into the hands of criminals associated with human trafficking and are coerced, beaten and brutalized for forced labor or sexual exploitation. And every year, these human and victims’ rights advocates say, the problem is getting worse.
Thousands of individuals and organizations are involved in combatting and working for the elimination of human trafficking. One activist is Chioma Adaku, founder and executive director of Traffik Stops, a faith-based, global coalition that raises awareness about human trafficking through advocacy, education, and empowerment.
While truth trafficking in the Southeast community with Brother Linton Muhammad, knocked on this brother’s door and his name is Jesse as well. He shared with us how he admires what the Nation of Islam is doing for Black people and said, “No offense to y’all but I’m Baptist.” I said, “Really? We are too…we’ve been baptized in The Word which has inspired us to be in the highways and byways like Jesus.”
He smiled, got a copy of The Final Call Newspaper and said he’d like to get a picture with us. All love. No division.
“Close the door on excuses”~The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan
Another spirited time of truth trafficking today with my Brother Linton Muhammad in the Southeast community. As always, if we see anyone within earshot we run over to shake their hands and engage them in a purposeful dialogue about life, current events and more. The people in the streets are HUNGRY for truth. The harvest is ripe… let’s get this work in.
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