Posts Tagged ‘Minister Louis Farrakhan’
You should know that Minister Farrakhan does not do ‘short and sweet’ talks. Watch the Breakfast Club give the Minister all the time he needs (well over 90 minutes strong) to get this Knowledge to the people.
The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan discusses the Presidential election, improving urban communities, creating a new economic structure, educating our men and much more. The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan discusses why women should dress conservatively to not attract evil men, black men being feminized, thoughts on George Zimmerman plus much more.
I don’t do [many interviews]… When I did interviews… they sent their best at me… When they could not defeat our arguments, they decided to ban me from television; and they banned me from going to Black colleges, and even White colleges, to deliver a message. So… many people thought I had died.
– Minister Louis Farrakhan
Respect, respect, RESPECT! Power 105’s Breakfast Club with the ultimate ‘get’ – an exclusive sit-down with the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan. Sure, there are a few chuckles, but this interview reveals insights (so many insights) from the Minister – his views on this generation, how he came to the Nation of Islam, outside influences on internal struggles in the Black community, what it takes to make a better tomorrow… SO MUCH MORE!
Get your breakfast. Click play. Be enriched.
I’ve gotten into recent debates with people about Kanye West’s statements on entertainers having control of their work & more specifically the Arsenio Hall show analogy he used when he appeared on The Breakfast Club on Power 105.1 in New York. People were quick to applaud Arsenio Hall’s response to Kanye West about what the real reason Arsenio’s late night talk show went off the air years ago, but most many have forget that it was Minister Louis Farrakhan who stated multiple times the reason why Arsenio show was threatened. In fact, when Minister Louis Farrakhan appeared on one of the very last episode’s of the Arsenio Hall Show he even said it to Arsenio’s face. Minister Louis Farrakhan also recently expressed his support for Kanye West after he’s been taking heat from various groups in speaking out on a number of issues affecting the black community. Arsenio made a comment that Kanye West should never used the term ‘Slave’ as an artist, but he never addressed that back in the 90’s when Prince changed his name to ‘The Artist Formerly Known As Prince’ & performed with “Slave” written on his face years ago protesting the same economic issues facing creative artists. Arsenio is largely to blame for Kanye or anyone of us confusing the “facts” because Arsenio never addressed Louis Farrakhan or his fans when he had the opportunity & platform to do so years ago.