Does Louis Farrakan Want Segregated Courts?

This assertion by Farrakhan is crazy – so instead of fixing the problem, let’s create 100 new problems. Sounds like the Obama administration approach to issues — like Obamacare, which was supposed to help the millions without insurance and instead, it has ruined and/or cancelled the insurance for many other millions of people.

This is almost as crazy as the US AG telling state Attorney Generals they can choose which laws to enforce. Umm – NO they cannot. Give them time and the administration will try to change the “oath” politicians take when they are sworn into office. The current oath doesn’t really serve their purposes — but that’s a topic for another post….

But back to Farrakhan’s latest suggestion — I’m curious what he thinks should be done when you have people of different races? Just the first of dozens of questions. Why can’t the people who are “in power” work on ways to bring us together instead of tearing us apart even more?? However, bringing people together would make them stronger and the government and a representative for the Nation of Islam do not want “the people” to be stronger.

The one upside I see to this idea is that any religious based punishment I am familiar with is much more stringent than the laws we currently have in this country….

Nation of Islam’s Farrakhan demands separate courts for African-Americans

Minister Louis Farrakhan on Sunday urged the black community to unite along religious lines in order to liberate themselves, declaring the need for its own courts in light of the failure of the US judicial system.

Speaking in Detroit to approximately 18,000 people, the Nation of Islam leader used his group’s annual convention to deliver a blistering speech criticizing “stand your ground” gun laws, as well as the American legal system’s alleged bias against African Americans.

“How long must we let people stand their ground, shooting us and getting away with it while we don’t get justice?” Farrakhan said, according to the Detroit News. “We want justice. Equal justice under the law. We want the federal government to intercede to see that black people get justice in accordance with the law.”

Farrakhan was likely referencing recent trials in Florida, in which Michael Dunn andGeorge Zimmerman shot and killed black teenagers Jordan Davis and Trayvon Martin. Neither man was found guilty of murder.

If the government can’t deliver justice, Farrakhan said, then the only choice left would be for the black community to establish its own system – a court based on the Bible and the Quran.

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