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America: Unraveling and at War with Herself

The Bible asks if Satan casts out Satan how can his kingdom stand? It can’t. And America seems headed down that fateful and prophetic course without an ability to stop herself, or to save herself. The enemy she has to face is inside her own house.  As the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan and his spiritual father and divine teacher, the Hon....

Why Black People Cannot Trust The Pfizer Vaccine

The Pfizer pharmaceutical company beat everyone to the punch by being the first Covid-19 vaccine to be granted Emergency Use Authorization by the FDA. There is an aggressive media and government campaign to “ blacks, Hispanics and Native Americans to the front of the line, ahead of whites.” The Department of Veterans Affairs has apparently determined that these groups...

White Paranoia of the Big Payback: Race War vs Reality in 2020

“Don’t try to hide. You might as well embrace it/you’ve done it all/turn around and face it.” Run and Hide—Jay Electronica Bob Whitman was incensed. While pouring his morning coffee he happened to take a quick glance at his son Billy’s homework assignment where his teacher had quoted, “because of the deep rooted prejudices of Whites and the 10...

Wealth gap costs over last two decades: $2.7 trillion in Black income, $16 trillion to U.S. economy

by Charlene Crowell —Guest Columnist— America’s persistent racial income and wealth gaps are the result of four intertwined factors: housing, education, business ownership and access to credit. Closing these gaps would facilitate inter-generational wealth creation for Black America and also expand the nation’s economy by $5 trillion over the next five years. These findings come from an extensive report newly-released...

Remembering the Million Man March: Reflections on Memory and Mission

This is in remembrance, reflection and uncompromising reaffirmation of our people and their radically transformative struggle. There is so much damage done to memory and mission in our lives and to our sense of self by large and small concessions to the constant call to let go and move on regardless of what is lost or left behind. We sacrifice...

Words from Mr. Biden?

After being viciously verbally pummeled by Donald Trump, the Democratic Party’s champion, Joe Biden, responded to the president’s declaration that the former vice president was soft on crime and the country, especially safe, White suburbs would be overrun by out of control Black hordes of looters and criminals, if Mr. Biden was elected. Speaking Aug. 31 from Pittsburgh, Mr. Biden...

Hidden History: 200 Black Leaders Unite Against Jewish Pressure, Threats

This hidden history is important to frame and view the current controversy involving the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan and the Jewish backlash against his worldwide July 4, 2020 message entitled “The Criterion.” Minister Farrakhan is frequently blamed for being the “stumbling block” that causes Black-Jewish relations in America to remain troublesome. However, this hidden history helps us to see...

Broken Promises in a Troubled Land

President Barack Obama’s new book, “A Promised Land,” is a best seller and has drawn a variety of responses as the former leader of the free world shared his thoughts about time in office and America’s future. Fareed Zakaria, political commentator and host of a CNN Sunday morning talk show, made some interesting observations about the Obama book during a...

The Month of Ramadan: A Time of Reflection and Self-Correction

by Sultan Rahman Muhammad | @ImamSultanM | Guest Columnist According to calculations, the lunar Month of Ramadan will begin on the night of April 12 and the first day of the fast begins April 13 before dawn (Fajr Prayer) until sundown. Observers of the fast abstain from food, drink and relations with their husbands or wives during daylight hours for...

The Controversy with the Jews: What is the Truth?

Attack on Farrakhan: The Beginning The most recent Jewish attacks on Black people and their leaders started in 1983 during the presidential campaign of the Rev. Jesse L. Jackson. The following is a chronology of those events: In 1983, some Jews organized a group calling themselves “Jews Against Jackson” (JAJ) to oppose the presidential candidacy of the Rev. Jesse L. Jackson,...