At the annual Nation of Islam event on Sunday in Detroit, leader Louis Farrakhan was called “the last man standing” of great black people in history.
— Brother Jesse (@BrotherJesse) February 20, 2017
From Biz Pac Review:
Louis Farrakhan, the racist founder of the Nation of Islam, was welcomed like a rock star Sunday at the organization’s annual convention, “Saviours’ Day 2017,” in Detroit.
The purveyor of hate took the stage to chants of “Long live Muhammad” and “Allahu Akbar,” according to Detroit Free Press reporter Niraj Warikoo.
And his followers could not have been more excited to see him:
Farrakhan then went on to bashed America and President Donald Trump.
He reveled in the belief that the United States is in decline.
“America will never be made great again,” he said. “Her days of greatness are over. The God of justice has come.”
And he took the prerequisite swipe at President Donald Trump, suggesting he doesn’t like black people, Mexicans and Muslims.”
“Maybe so. Who cares? We don’t give a damn what he likes or what he doesn’t like,” he said.
Farrakhan also slammed at Jews again during the event. He also said it was the end of the rule of white people, that the world would soon be ruled by Allah
“For 6,000 years, the people of the earth have suffered under a mischief-making rule. Bloodshed and war, hatred and strife, all because a man with a new color — or the lack thereof — thought that he was better than all of those who inhabited the earth before he was even a thought,” Farrakhan said in his speech on Sunday. “But I am here to announce today the end of his world and the beginning of a brand new reality that all human beings will enjoy peace, freedom justice and equality under the rule of Allah.”
Farrakhan said, “Have no fear … the future is ours. Time for the liberation of our people.”
State Sen. Bert Johnson and Detroit City Council President Brenda Jones were on the stage with Farrakhan when he bashed America. Jones was a delegate for Hillary Clinton at the Democratic National Convention.
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