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The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan addresses the World.

The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan's Saviours Day address always hits us with the proper antidote at the right time. The 90 year young Honorable Minister addressed a pack-filled arena in Detroit, the Birthplace of The Nation Of Islam, of today's current events.

The Nation of Islam, Saviour's Day, is an annual commemoration of Master Wallace Fard Muhammad, the founder of the Nation of Islam. The day is marked with special events, lectures, and gatherings within the Nation of Islam community to reflect on their beliefs and teachings. The theme of the 2024 Saviours Day address was titled "What Does Allah The Great Mahdi and The Great Messiah Have To Say About The War In The Middle East? You can watch the full lecture by visiting.  

The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan spoke eloquently about the mission that he received and accepted from The Honorable Elijah Muhammad.

“I never dreamed when I became a follower of the Honorable Elijah Muhammed, that I would end up being his chief helper. And he looked me in my face and told me, I did not make you brother. And I felt bad, he paid me no attention. He just said, brother, I did not make you, Allah made you for me."

“He asked me if I would accept the mission that God gave to him and commit myself to this work of the Resurrection of our people. He said, don't worry about your family. If you accept to help me in this mission Allah will take care of your family.”

The concept of Resurrection in the Nation of Islam often refers to a spiritual awakening and transformation of Black people. It represents a revival of pride, self-respect, and self-determination among individuals who have been historically marginalized and dehumanized by racism.

The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan discussed the war in the Middle East and how black people, in particular the United States, should have an interest in the war. There are many reasons to be concerned about the Middle East, ranging from historical, political, and social factors. The Minister gave credit to the South African government for having the courage to speak against the War in The Middle East towards the Palestinians.

“Now, some of you, my black brothers, and sisters, you're not concerned about the Middle East. You're concerned about the refugees that are coming into the major cities that you feel may take your place but to charge Israel with genocide and have proof of their charge South Africa stood up and took to the International Court of Justice. “

Like many other countries, South Africa has expressed concerns over conflicts and humanitarian crises in the Middle East through diplomatic channels, international organizations, and multilateral forums. The veto power in the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) has been a subject of debate regarding its impact on the ability of the UN to bring justice to countries in need.

The UNSC is tasked with maintaining international peace and security, and its decisions carry significant weight in addressing conflicts, humanitarian crises, and other global challenges. However, the veto power held by the five permanent members (China, France, Russia, the United Kingdom, and the United States) can hinder the UN's effectiveness in certain situations. The failed state of the UN was a highlight in The 2024 Saviours Day Address.


The Honorable Minister Farrakhan recommends we read the book "We Charge Genocide" to stimulate critical thinking and promote dialogue and reflection on issues of race and racism in the United States.

“This may not mean anything to you. Here's a book that brother Malcolm gave me to read when I first came into the nation the title of it is “We Charge Genocide.”  The brothers and sisters that put these charges together, they took it before the United Nations. You don't know nothing about it. They charged America with genocide of black and red people in this country, and they accepted it, didn’t do anything about it. But you didn't hear nothing. You younger people, you didn't know that went on. And to this very day, you don't know that.”

“Your brothers and sisters, back in the early 50s, put this book out and charged the government of the United States of America with just genocide against us. What has that got to do with me? Your extermination is being planned as well."

"We Charge Genocide" directly accuses the U.S. government of perpetrating genocide against African Americans, invoking the legal and moral implications of such a serious charge. The book documented numerous instances of racial violence, lynching's, police brutality, and other injustices perpetrated against African Americans, arguing that these actions constituted genocide under international law.


The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan explained to the listening audience in a previous Saviours Day Address that he warned everyone about taking the COVID-19 vaccine.

“They are trying to kill us softly with a vaccine. Four years ago, we were right here in Detroit, and many of us got sick. And the same thing is happening now in Chicago and Detroit, a blending of the virus, a blending of the flu vaccine a blending of other things to make it more deadly, many of our people died.


The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan's lectures should inform and inspire action. The Minister's lecturers empower the listening audience with the knowledge and tools to evaluate information critically, engage in informed decision-making, and contribute positively to their communities and society. In times of misinformation, well-informed lectures given by the Honorable Minister Farrakhan can serve as a vital tool for educating and empowering individuals to discern truth from falsehood.

The Honorable Minister Farrakhan leads the community by example, offering spiritual leadership, teaching, and inspiration to help individuals deepen their relationship with God and live according to their faith. Speaking truth to power requires courage, conviction, and a willingness to confront authority or influential figures honestly, even when it may mean our lives.

Men and women of God are often chosen for righteous movements because of their spiritual calling, moral authority, empathy, courage, leadership, and ability to inspire others. They serve as beacons of light in times of darkness, leading by example and guiding their communities toward a brighter and more just future. We thank God for those who sacrificed for the world's greater good.

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