Quoted from Minister Farrakhan’s video: “You don’t wanna dialogue with me. You wanna dialogue with somebody that you know you can put down because of the power you have over them by giving them a contract and money that you can take from them, if they say or do anything that you don’t like. This is the day of judgment and justice. These men don’t wanna be against you. These men are grateful. You brought’em out of college, and high school, and gave them a contract. You gave them a contract, because you saw their talent. Haven’t they made money for you all. So now you sign them up. And then Adidas comes by and Nike comes by, and, gives them lot of money that they don’t see. You have them on a leash! And whenever— somebody like Kyrie or Ye rise up and you don’t like it you pull the chain. So, we run out and dog our own brother because he did something for a principle. You will too. Life is bigger than paper with a white man’s image on it. Life is bigger than a nice house, and a nice car, and a lot of bling-bling. Life is bigger than an Oscar. Life is bigger than a belt. Life is bigger than something that says I am the best at what I do. I’m the most valuable player. Or, my team won— but as a people— we are losing! We cannot afford to lose any of you. You are our kith and our kin, our flesh and our blood. And so, I wanted to say something to help us, to come together rather than break apart. Because it’s Ye and Kyrie today, but what they are doing to them— is to make you— who are in the good graces of them, so you think— you see what we just did. Ye lost two billion dollars in a few days. You might wonder, did he really have it? He lost that much, that soon?”
“Beloved uh— brothers and sisters, look. Your day is soon coming. I’m asking you stop beating each other up in the public. Stop doing that. But of course, that’s what the master wants us to do. There’s a slave here that’s getting out of place, and, teach him a lesson. Beat him up. I’m saying to you don’t do that.”
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