Farrakhan Proposes SHOCKING Revelation About Black Men? (video)

What exactly is Louis Farrakhan trying to say? Is he “myth busting?”

Listen as Farrakhan discusses emasculation, and says people are putting chemicals in the water to shrink the penises of (black) men.

This enemy chemically is producing something against nature itself.

Listen just listen.

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They put some estrogen in the water.

Did you hear me?

The male penis shrinking down.

I mean you can laugh, but it ain’t funny.

It’s man looking at something that was, but ain’t.

If penises continue to shrink, perhaps this really is our future?

In Hillary Clinton’s first video since the inauguration of President Trump, here is what she had to say:

“Despite all the challenges we face, I remain convinced that, yes, the future is female…Just look at the amazing energy last month as women organized a march that galvanized millions of people all over our country and across the world,”

Rapper T.I. has his theory of the emasculation of men, particularly black men. Here’s what Clutch had to say:

Does T.I thinks media plays a role in the emasculation of black men? Well, according to a couple of his recent tweets, he does.

Over the weekend, T.I posted two questionable videos about emasculation of black men and homosexuality:

The African Globe wrote that every black man should read this, as they discussed the emasculation of black men.

Emasculation of the African American man today includes homosexuality, largely because our sons have no fathers in many of their homes and others are or have been molested. With no role models in the home, our young males are falling prey to the culture, perversions, peer pressure and experimentation. While they search for identity, they are attacked by images that have accepted and even promoted emasculation. So for a young boy searching for identity, he can be easily influenced and given a false one. He is a glass waiting to be filled and there are many who would fill him with the wrong things.

Don’t expect the Women’s Movement to discuss this.

Maybe Farrakhan isn’t too far off base?

 

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