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1/25/2018 7:38:29 AM
Posted: 10/17/2001 11:35:43 AM EST
Before Farrakhan became Farrakhan, there was a JAZZ "artist" by the name of Calypso Louie. And may my tongue turn green if this ain't the honest TRUTH!!! http://www.naawp.com/news/who_are_the_black_leaders.htm http://www.freerepublic.com/forum/a397a910b7ce0.htm Louis Eugene Walcott AKA Louis Farrakhan, Calypso Louie, Louis Haleem Abdul Farrakhan The tuxedo dressed Louis Farrakhan was born as Louis Eugene Walcott on May 11, 1933. Screwy Louie was raised without a father figure present. The young Louie was musically inclined. At the age of six, he was given his first violin and by the age of 13, he had played with the Boston College Orchestra and the Boston Civic Symphony. A year later, Louie won the Ted Mack Amateur Hour. He was also one of the first blacks to appear on the popular show. Popularly known as "Calypso Louie," he achieved fame in Boston as a vocalist, calypso singer, dancer, and violinist. However, February 1955 marked a turning point in the life of Louis Walcott. While headlining a show in Chicago entitled "Calypso Follies" the young hatemonger received rave reviews. During his musical career, Malcom X recruited Louie into the Nation of Islam. Then Louie changed his name from Louis Eugene Walcott to Louis X. He adopted his current name of Louis Haleem Abdul Farrakhan in 1965. King Louie then abandoned his musical career for a career in hate and race hustling. When Malcolm X was sent to hell, people suspected Farrakhan as being part of the murder plot but this was never proved (although today, he admits to having "some part" in the killing). Elijah Muhammad became to new leader of the Nation Cult of Islam. In 1975, the leader of the Nation of Islam, Elijah Muhammad, died. The Black Muslims then chose one of his sons, Warith (formerly Wallace) Deen Muhammad, as their new leader. Farrakhan disagreed with the new leader's teachings, which involved the abandonment of radical Black Nationalism and the adoption of orthodox Sunni Islam. In 1977, Farrakhan broke away from Warith Deen Muhammad's group and formed his own Nation of Islam. Today, only Farrakhan's group uses the name Nation of Islam. In 1979, King Louie founded the Black Nationalist Final Call, a magazine that is sold on street corners and black businesses. If you go into an inner city and see blacks dressed in Tuxedos selling papers, it's the Final Call. The Nation of Islam's beliefs include, "separation from whites and destruction of Jews and fags."
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