Scientology opened its new downtown Detroit headquarters; Nation of Islam’s Farrakhan links climate change with reparations; and eight candidates are running for Detroit’s public school board.
Over the summer, Louis Farrakhan also suggested Kilpatrick’s imprisonment is part of a national plot to kick African Americans out of office.
Farrakhan reiterated his belief that Jews operate the entertainment industry and churn out negative portrayals of black people in an evil plot to control the world.
Minister Farrakhan continued his tirade against “Satanic Jews,” saying they’ve plotted to control the world through trickery and evil.
Farrakhan sought to downplay Kilpatrick’s crimes, saying he was the victim of a racially motivated law enforcement.
Despite his divisive position, Minister Louis Farrakhan messages often are as powerful, eloquent and compassionate as anyone’s today.
Read the entire 30-minute speech of Louis Farrakhan speaking at a Detroit City Council meeting.
“Suppose that the 500,000 blacks in Detroit decided this this is our city, this is our home, and we are not going to let buzzards take it from us,” Farrakhan said to thundering applause.
Farrakhan is in town looking for potential buildings and properties to purchase as a way to help reignite the local economy.
Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan may play a key role in Detroit’s turnaround as he plans to visit the city next week and search for properties to potentially buy.