The time requires that a demand be made on the U.S. government and we must deliver a fearless cry of "Justice Or Else!" We have tried praying in, singing in,... »
Who brings the guns into our community? It’s not you. Who brings the drugs into our community? It’s not you. It’s brought in. And oft-times it’s brought in by very rogue policemen themselves. Somebody is profiting from our ignorance. Somebody is profiting from our filth. Somebody is profiting from The Condition of The Black Community. »
A scared-to-death preacher can’t boast in Christ; a preacher that fears the powers that are contemporary, and dismisses The Power of Him Who is Eternally in Power, is not fit to stand before The People of God. This is a Day when all false men and women will be sat down. »
The enemy knows who you are—that's why he's working night and day to destroy the Black male; because he is afraid that The Black Male, awakened, will challenge White Supremacy. »
Everybody is looking for somebody to straighten out a mess that was made, unfortunately, by those in authority. We cannot stem the violence that is here at the bottom, which is an effect, unless we look at the violence that begins at the top, which is the cause. We are the effect of a cause that we did not stem the tide of, and now it’s manifesting in the children. »
I respect the flag of this nation, and I respect the many lives that have been lost defending that flag for governments that have lied to get the American people into war for conquest. But the innocent that died did not know that their government had lied. »
If we are truly his followers, how could we go along with our government if our government is imposing tyranny on any segment of the population here, or any segment of the population on our planet? »
Brothers and sisters, we're in a great time, now, that our unity will propel us to victory. Dr. King said you don't need to talk bad, you don't need to shout, you don’t need to shoot, you don't need to throw a Molotov cocktail—all we need to do is to come together in unity, and use the power of our purchasing to deliver pain, and they will properly respond. »
Thomas Jefferson said, "I tremble for my country when I reflect that God is just, and His justice cannot sleep forever." So what is it (justice)? It's "what you sow, you have to reap it"--that law is at work every single day of our lives! »
Satan is a Master of Tricks, and the biggest trick of all, The Book says, is "he deceived the whole world." Are you in the world? Do you think you might have been tricked? You should look at yourself in the mirror and say: "Damn! I sure have been tricked!" »
Being in America, you know what the Native people have suffered, and you know what the Native people continue to suffer. If everything were all right we could go on and build a new world-but we have to correct problems that have been imposed on us through tyranny and oppression. »
My enemies have been stalking me and my work in the various cities that I have spoken in to advise us about the 20th Anniversary of The Million Man March titled "Justice...Or Else!" And in many of my lectures, as I meet with the rappers, the pastors, the activists, the organizational leaders and the common people, I have been watched by members of the Anti-Defamation League. »
Surely, if we can master hunger, and thirst, and the drive for sexual co-habitation throughout the hot days of summer, then it will be easier for us to leave off lying and stealing, gambling, the use of drugs, or anything that is unnatural that takes us away from the pure service and worship of Allah.
Yes, "All Lives Matter." But the only reason you are here is because it's Black lives that are being slaughtered. And Black Life is the mother and the father of your life; so when you come to honor Black Lives that matter, then you are saying "All Lives Matter" because all came from The Black Man and Woman.
"Race" is a big factor in this present world as it stands. It's still present in the school system; it's still present in the system of jurisprudence (law). Ferguson was just a "dot," or a microcosm of a macrocosm of injustice to Black people in the cities and towns of America. »