NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: A Conversation With Minister Louis Farrakhan


Justice Or Else: Min. Louis Farrakhan Calls For Economic Boycott Of Black Friday Shopping To “Redistribute The Pain”


Minister Louis Farrakhan sat down with TV One’s Roland Martin for an exclusive hour-long interview on NewsOne Now to discuss the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March and the upcomingJustice Or Else rally slated to take place on October 10th, 2015.

During the one-hour exclusive, Min. Farrakhan discussed the meaning of the Justice Or Else title to commemorate the historic march. Farrakhan referenced Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. speaking out about the 1968 sanitation worker strike in Memphis, Tenn.

“We have to find a way to redistribute the pain,” Farrakhan said, citing King.

“He talked about going to businesses that benefited from Black dollars and he said, ‘We have to now withdraw our economic support, so that those who give us pain can receive some pain in return,’” he continued.

The African-American community wields between $1.1 and $1.5 trillion in consumer power, which makes ‘Black people a carcass where all the vultures gather to suck the life out of us,’ Farrakhan added.

“You’re either going to treat us right, or we’re going to withdraw from you our economic support,” he said.

“We intend to boycott Christmas, but not Jesus,” said Farrakhan. “So on Black Friday, we won’t be there.”

Martin highlighted the holiday boycott of 2014, during which many African-Americans decided to protest with their wallets and not spend dollars on the Friday after Thanksgiving.

Farrakhan continued, “We choose not to spend dollars on Black Friday, Black Saturday, Black Sunday, Black Monday. We are not going to spend our money for the rest of that year with those that we have traditionally spent our money on.”

Min. Louis Farrakhan Addresses Claims He Called For The Killing Of Whites And Details How To End The Killing In The Black Community

Minister Farrakhan directly addressed claims his called for the killing of White people.  Farrakhan explained his comments and exactly what he meant when he referenced raising up 10,000 Black men who would be trained by the Nation of Islam to protect the Black community from those inside and from outside who have ill intent for our community.


Min. Farrakhan Talks #BlackLivesMatter & Young Activists

Minister Louis Farrakhan sat down with Roland Martin on TV One’s NewsOne Now for a live exclusive interview discussing the October 10th Justice Or Else rally in Washington, D.C. – twenty years after the Million Man March.

During this portion of their hour-long conversation, Min. Farrakhan shared his views on the Black Lives Matter Movement and young activists.

Of those who say “all lives matter,” Farrakhan said, “Black lives do matter, all life does matter, but if Black don’t matter, then why should your life matter, since all your lives came from the Black man and woman?”

“So I say to the sisters and brothers in Black Lives Matter, keep on pushing and we are with you, and don’t let anybody cause you to change your narrative,” he continued.

“Black lives matter, justice or else.”

All that and more in this edition of the NewsOne Now Audio Podcast

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  • Janathan Wooley

    I turned on the tv for Roland Martin’s program and it’s been replaced with a black comedy show? What’s up? Where’s Roland?

  • Janathan Wooley

    I turned on the tv for Roland Martin’s program and it’s been replaced with a black comedy show? What’s up? Where’s Roland?

    • Roland Martin Reports

      NewsOne Now with Roland Martin has moved to 7AM ET / 6AM ET on TV One.

  • Tony D. Muhammad

    Just a brilliance coming from the mind of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan…..I hope that all whom have listen or will listen to this shows rebroadcast…make sure that you will be on the Mall for 10.10.15….its JUSTICE OR ELSE……

  • Freethinkers Club UK

    10.10.15 London will be there! We have similar issues in our communities, knowledge is power and our unity is key!

  • Sieben713

    Why is it that we have such trouble understanding Black Economic Power