Saviours' Day 2012 Photos: Farrakhan delivers straight truth about America's divisions, racial hostility and her dreadful destiny

Farrakhan exposes devilish plots targeting Mr. Obama, America, the world and the Nation—and why evil doers cannot triumph 

by Ashahed M. Muhammad

CHICAGO - In what was one of the most anticipated Saviours’ Day lectures ever, the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan kept the capacity crowd spellbound for over four hours delivering analysis and insight into the pressing issues facing the world today. 

Entering the United Center arena, Minister Farrakhan was welcomed by a thunderous standing applause lasting for several minutes and loud chants of “Long live Muhammad! Long live Muhammad!”

“There’s a degree of danger attached to telling the truth to those who have been deceived by lies and falsehood. There’s a degree of danger that every prophet had to meet in a world ruled by Satan, but the prophets never shrank from their duties to deliver the message,” said Minister Farrakhan.

“For 44 years, the Honorable Elijah Muhammad never ever took a back step in delivering the message that he received from the great Mahdi Master Fard Muhammad, and being a follower of his, I can’t take a back step in delivering the message, and I seek Allah’s protection in delivering that message,” he added.

The Minister said he did not wish to be on the opposite side of President Barack Obama, however, he took issue with Mr. Obama’s words on Jan. 24 during his State of the Union address when he said: “America is back, and anyone who tells you that America is in decline or that our influence has wanted doesn’t know what they are talking about.”

“I want to say to my dear brother, that what you are saying is that you and your administration have the power to make God’s prophets liars. It is not that we alone are saying that America is in decline, the prophets of God have said it, prophesied of it, and the world is now seeing it,” he said. [Read The Full Article]

Here's a few more photos from Saviour's Day 2012. More to come!

1 comment:

  1. I wish that I could've been there to see this. Looks great.


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