Louis Farrakhan, longtime leader of the Nation of Islam, has a point about racial slights against blacks in America.
In his Tuesday interview with the New York City hip-hop radio program, the Breakfast Club, Farrakhan was asked about
's com ments expr ess the fatigue many black people are experiencing daily when it comes to racism.
People are insulting us every day. Man, I just say we're going to wake up. ... The people want justice! ... If you don't want anarchy, if you don't want revolt, if you don't want revolution, then give the hum
an being justice — that is the joy of freedom.
Farrakhan likens Zimmerman's gun auction to a hypothetical sale of Jesus Christ's cross.
Why would I want a piece of the cross that you nailed my savior to? Why would I want a gun that you used to kill my brother? But that shows you the hate that is in the world, where you can offer a gun that killed a black man ... for $250,000.