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Part I: By Looking At The Analyst Instead Of Obama We Learn More Information About "Change" - Farrakhan

About this time 4 years ago as the 2008 US Presidential Elections were at full blast I began to notice how BLACK PEOPLE were thinking acting in anticipation of "The First Black President". At this time I saw the importance of looking past Obama and instead focusing outward into the "congregation" - making note of how people were compromising their individual integrity and, by consequence, the Black Community's INSTITUTIONAL INTEGRITY would ultimately be compromised.
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