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Reader comment on item: How Elijah Muhammad Won

Submitted by C. Hunter (United States), Jan 25, 2008 at 03:00

Adore Shabazz had it right in "Believe This." As long as Black People are willing to listen and give to Cleflo Dollar or ones like him you don't have to worry about Islam gaining more of a foothold then it has now.

Also, as far as Farrakhan is concerned, he DID help kill Malcolm X. In the same way that Bush could get elected twice, this shows the warped mindset of people who can be so misled that they would follow a murderer. They say truth is stranger then fiction. What is stranger and more outrageous are people not being able or willing to distinguish either.

Farrakhan is a murderer and Malcolm X was duped.

Elijah Muhammad was nothing more then a common WhoreMonger with 13 children by 7 different women, and banging his own daughter. He should have been lynched and his so-called manhood cut off. His followers did not have enough gonads as Malcolm did to leave.

Money Power and Sex, that's all it was about. And the underlings, too dumb to understand that!


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