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It’s nice to know that the Sinister Minister has a healthy self-image. Describing himself, he modestly opines:
The word ‘prophet’ is too cheap a word. I am a light in the midst of darkness.
All this while managing to keep a straight face.
I’m not sure what it is–Farrakhan’s megawatt smile, his past life as the calypso-singing Charmer, or simply that the man cuts a dashing figure in a suit–but for whatever reason, the incendiary head of the Nation of Islam (a race cult which should not be confused with the legitimate religion Islam) gets a break from the press. If other public figures were make statements as vile and inflammatory as those the Honorable Louis makes regularly, they would be rightly excoriated.