Denounce Farrakhan? A demand to reciprocate denouncement!

By Rahman A. Muhammad -Guest Columnist- | Last updated: Jan 29, 2019 - 10:27:58 AM

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Black America is a demographic of people in America with the desire for freedom, justice, and equality among injustice, inequality, and the denial of freedom.

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Black America has thrived for its existence among White supremacy for decades. They have been controlled on how to conduct themselves, think, act, behave, live, and the list goes on. ...

Why can’t Black America see things from their own point of view? Why are they denied the freedom to express themselves? Why are they forced to accept a false reality of an integrated paradise even among all that has transpired up through this day and time?

Do they still stand as slaves in mental and spiritual bondage among a mental and spiritual oppressor? If not, then why are Blacks denied the liberty of free human beings to love a man like Louis Farrakhan?

The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan, a man who needs no introduction to the world, has been used against Black enthusiasts by media persons to make or break their chances to be accepted into the world. Many refer to this as the Farrakhan Litmus Test. Many Black prolific ones in society have been pressured to take this test on public display. As history has shown us, those persons that side with the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan and his immeasurable work are taken under scrutiny and are attacked throughout the world. Media tends to defame those Black persons and leave them in the public eye with an ugly image. Why? Isn’t it their free will to accept or reject the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan’s views and not be attacked by the world?

Here is a man that has fought for the freedom and dignity of the Black man among adversities of the world. He speaks to the needs of us as a people without rest and we feel that it deserves gratitude and respect. It is as if the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan has been made our Black Hero to the rise and struggle of us as a people.

He has shown us for 60 plus years undeserving love for his people that he’ll sacrifice his own life to see us free from sin and evil. He has aroused hatred by the powers of America, the United Kingdom, and many others and he hasn’t fired a single shot. Yet, it’s his exercise of Free Speech that bothers so many people? Why can’t we love a hero like the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan?

Well, it is time now for us to ask for America and the World to reciprocate the same for their heroes. The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan and his work around the world doesn’t equate to what those ones asking for denouncement have placed upon the Black man and woman. America and the world have committed a great atrocity to the Black man and the darker people of the Earth. If you want us as a people to denounce Farrakhan, then you have some denouncing to do as well.

Denounce the prolific perpetrators in Europe that funded and participated in the enslavement of the Black man out of Africa. Denounce those that took the land of America from the Indigenous people, robbed, raped, poisoned, and killed them.

Denounce Christopher Columbus. Denounce the Founding Fathers that built America off the backs of slaves. Denounce George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and all of those U.S. Presidents who owned slaves on their presidential plantations. Denounce the enslavement of the Black man in America.

Denounce White America that continued the mistreatment of the darker people of America after chattel slavery and even those ones that turned their backs on us while their White brothers beat and killed us in the streets across America. Denounce the F.B.I. for spying on Black leaders, hunting them down and even taking it further to kill some of them as they grew in notoriety. Denounce J. Edgar Hoover for his confessing manhunt for the Black Messiah. Denounce the Government of America for its involvement with bringing crack and cocaine into Black neighborhoods and using it to trap the Black man to satisfy the prison industry.

Denounce America for her involvement in facilitating the spreading of disease among the masses of the people and poisoning the food to cull the population. Denounce the media controllers and/or beneficiaries for their prorogation of Black destruction through media airways to enhance Black struggle. Denounce EVERYTHING that made the Black struggle what it has become today.

America and the world are demanding we denounce what they feel is wrong, so we have to demand they denounce everything that we feel is incorrect. They have to acknowledge, apologize, and denounce what they have done to us as a people, otherwise, their plea for denouncement of others should not be acknowledged.

In the so-called “Land of the Free,” we have our right to exercise our freedom of thought and expression without repercussions or else, it validates that the destruction of the Black man is by design by those who push for the denouncement of our Hero, the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan.

Rahman A. Muhammad is 20 years old. He is a citizen of the Nation of Islam at Muhammad Mosque No. 55 in Memphis, Tenn. He is a young Master Licensed Barber in the city of Memphis, with a passion for producing and engineering music.