Sunday, March 27, 2011

Farrakhan defends Kadahfy and blast on Pres. Obama on Libya



Controversial Nation of Islam minister Louis Farrakhan defended Libyan strongman Moammar Khadafy during a speech on Friday in which he also blasted U.S. involvement in Libya.

The 78-year-old leader of the Chicago-based group said his pal Khadafy played an important role in the country that emerged from a colonial past. He also said America lacks the moral authority to assist rebel forces against Khadafy.

Those reasons included the deaths of black people at the hands of law enforcement during the 1991 Rodney King protests and unhealthy food the federal government allows into the marketplace.

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Nation of Islam's Louis Farrakhan defends Moammar Khadafy, blasts President Obama on Libya





3 comments:

Anonymous said...

O think Obama should tell congress and the rest of the war mongers to drink turpentine and piss on a brush fire. All of the troops in iraq, Afghanistan and over in Libya should be brought home. The wars were nothing more than a lie to begin with. I hate to have to be the one to point this out but...PEOPLE HAVE DIED and are NEVER COMING BACK, ALL BECAUSE OF THINGS THAT WERE AND STILL ARE BASED ON LIES, GREED AND STUPIDITY!!! The United States is giving libya, Oil companies and a host of other things billions of dollars in subsidies and for what? And at the same time say let us cut all the government entitlement programs. Yes thats right they are financing wars we shouldn't be in, people have and continue to lose their love ones in the process, and the same time allow people to go hungry. The United States is simply full of wicked people plain and simple. Only a wicked person would do what they are doing. I say all of the soldiers should pack they stuff up and come home and tell congress if they want to fight a war that we shouldnt be in take they sorry @#$% over there and fight it they (*^$ self.

Anonymous said...

@ Brother George
The spelling was probably done by someone who actually wanted to 'poke' fun at the Libyian Dictator. I hope you're not losing any sleep over the spelling. I for one moment never thought that you couldn't spell~ Ha!

Jen Fad from BIA

Anonymous said...

Come on people.. don't be culturally ignorant Americans!

The man's name is ARABIC which means the letters are formed differently than European characters! This means that there is no "proper" English spelling.

SMH SMH SMH