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"Buy up as much land as we can": Social Media Q/A with Minister Louis Farrakhan on Muhammad's Economic Blueprint


(Source: Hurt2HealingMag
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Regarding the
Muhammad’s Economic Blueprint

These Questions and Responses Come Directly from the Official Facebook Account of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan.
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November 1, 2013
#FarrakhanFridays (Question via Facebook Inbox)
Question:“According to scripture, in what way do you think Jesus taught economic empowerment? Or was he against that?”
The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan:“If we really understand the message of Jesus, and follow his teachings, you become morally better: So you don’t waste your money in sinful pursuit—which means you’ll have money to save, money to invest! 
And if you deepen your study of Jesus, you will find that his true teaching will guide you to economic independence!”

November 8, 2013
#FarrakhanFridays (Question via Facebook Inbox)
Question: “So what is the best way right now that we can wage war against Monsanto and DuPont, beyond just protesting outside of their companies?”
The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan: “Oh, join with us! Pooling our nickels and dimes and dollars to buy up as much land as we can, to purify that land of the effect of the chemicals of Monsanto, DuPont, Dow, BASF and Syngenta! That’s the way you fight them! http://economicblueprint.org/But picketing them, demonstrating against them in front of their headquarters, is right as well.”

November 15, 2013
#FarrakhanFridays (Question via Facebook Inbox)
Question:  ”Is the investment of gold and silver part of the long-term plan of your Economic Blueprint, although I know land is the first priority?”
The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan: “Land is the first priority—and the greatest of all priorities! 
So personally, one might want to have gold and silver; as the Honorable Elijah Muhammad, in the 1970s, placed a gold coin on the table, and he said: “In the future, this will be the medium of exchange.”