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Thread started 05/18/07 2:18pm

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Are we sure Prince isn't in the Nation Of Islam?

Farrakhan recently used the phrase System of things in his recent speech. I am starting to think Prince is interested in the Nations teachings. He does like to talk about race a lot lately. Ya never know about our Prince. He changes religions like his heels.
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Reply #1 posted 05/18/07 2:19pm

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Farrakhan hates Prince.
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Reply #2 posted 05/18/07 2:21pm

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That iz a joke right? lol
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Reply #3 posted 05/18/07 2:22pm

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Ya know the P & R forum is just around the corner if ya wants to talk religion smile
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Reply #4 posted 05/18/07 7:23pm

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ufoclub said:

Farrakhan hates Prince.


Actually P gets alot of luv from the Minister these days. Hes donated to, and endorsed the millions marches and Farrakhan has thanked him in speeches and the Final Call newspaper.
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Reply #5 posted 05/18/07 8:13pm

lele18

Farrakhan doesn't hate prince he hate michael jackson he called him a faggot
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Reply #6 posted 05/18/07 8:24pm

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Back in November 2000 when Prince went on his second Hit n Run tour, I saw him in Cleveland.

There was an afterparty at Wish, 1266 W Sixth / 621 Johnson Court (it's in an alley) in the Warehouse District. The afterparty was the standard $20 and Prince did make an appearance, but albiet a brief one.

When arriving and walking through the club there must have been a lot of Nation of Islam bodyguards. I was told on occassion the Nation of Islam does help out Prince with security.
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Reply #7 posted 05/18/07 9:19pm

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lele18 said:

Farrakhan doesn't hate prince he hate michael jackson he called him a faggot


Oh lawd, Farrakhan has given MJ lots of luv for years now. Hes come to his defense in speech after speech. The Minister luvs his people.
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Reply #8 posted 05/18/07 9:22pm

ufoclub

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okay, he used to hate him... remember the video of his rant?
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Reply #9 posted 05/18/07 9:46pm

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I remember the speech. Hate is a strong word.
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Reply #10 posted 05/19/07 7:43am

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ufoclub said:

okay, he used to hate him... remember the video of his rant?



I don't recall that. What did he say?
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Reply #11 posted 05/19/07 8:32am

lwr001

He doesn't hate him.. Prince even wrote " We march" and offered it for the million man march. Also, The Final Call covered in the 2001 Celebration and gave a review of each nights show plus activities at PP
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Reply #12 posted 05/19/07 9:15am

misslilly

i would be honord if prince read the KORAN
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Reply #13 posted 05/19/07 10:05am

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it was here... scroll down you can see... it has been removed from youtube... it was crazy, he was imitating Prince, making fun of him being feminine with processed hair... he was critical of the ladies going for that...

http://www.housequake.com...t=farrakan
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Reply #14 posted 05/19/07 12:50pm

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ufoclub said:

Farrakhan hates Prince.



and I hate Farrakhan
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Reply #15 posted 05/19/07 1:37pm

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I've never seen Prince wear a bow tie.
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Reply #16 posted 05/19/07 1:40pm

Illustrator

I heard that, currently, he's in the nation of England.
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Reply #17 posted 05/20/07 9:52am

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JonnyApplesauce said:

lele18 said:

Farrakhan doesn't hate prince he hate michael jackson he called him a faggot


Oh lawd, Farrakhan has given MJ lots of luv for years now. Hes come to his defense in speech after speech. The Minister luvs his people.


Minister Farrakhan was very vocal in his defense of Michael during the fake allegations. He has been supported of Michael for years. He seems to know that these allegations had shit to do with "molestation" and everything to do with acquiring the Beatles catalogue and getting even with MJ for calling Mottola "devilish" and "racist". I haven't agreed with everything that Farrakhan has said in the past; however, I do agree with his message of "empowerment of your own race". There is nothing wrong with wanting black people to take care of themselves and not have to depend on others. The "Million Man March" was a positive step in that direction. I also love the self-disciple of his followers. Having said all of this, I would never be a follower of the NOI. I respect people who are followers; however, I don't need to part of something in order to know who I am. I empower myself without having to follow any person or religion. Some people need to be a part of a group in order to feel good about themselves and I applaud that.
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Reply #18 posted 05/20/07 10:06am

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Prince is fruit of Islam now doing security.
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Reply #19 posted 05/20/07 10:30am

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misslilly said:

i would be honord if prince read the KORAN

me too ; dogmatic hate and terror preaching book
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Reply #20 posted 05/20/07 10:57am

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Dewrede said:

misslilly said:

i would be honord if prince read the KORAN

me too ; dogmatic hate and terror preaching book


Kindly keep your ill-informed and ignorant views to yourself.
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Reply #21 posted 05/20/07 11:12am

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No ,on a forum you can express your feelings freely (to a certain extend)

Look around you ;
Suicide bombers blowing themselves and thousands of innocent people up every day in the name of islam
Women being oppressed
Sure,really a peaceful religion rolleyes


You seem caught up in your politically correct world
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Reply #22 posted 05/20/07 11:37am

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Dewrede said:

No ,on a forum you can express your feelings freely (to a certain extend)

Look around you ;
Suicide bombers blowing themselves and thousands of innocent people up every day in the name of islam
Women being oppressed
Sure,really a peaceful religion rolleyes


You seem caught up in your politically correct world
[Edited 5/20/07 11:15am]


luv4u told your ass already, the P&R forum is right around the corner if you want to talk crap about religion. this is the prince forum
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Reply #23 posted 05/20/07 12:14pm

misslilly

I am sorry but i believe that it is important book for people to read and understand if you don't agree with what it says you now know your enemy better or find similar wink ities that will bring people together next time i will recommend you read a magazine like-JUGS- wink
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Reply #24 posted 05/20/07 12:48pm

NouveauDance

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Don't you guys think the JW's are bad enough?

Let's not give him any more screw-ball ideas. wacky
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Reply #25 posted 05/20/07 12:57pm

Goldstar

Can anyone tell me what religion has ever brought peace to this world, no I thought not!
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Reply #26 posted 05/20/07 1:34pm

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misslilly said:

i would be honord if prince read the KORAN




That would be the death of Prince as we know him. It will be another Cat Stevens all over again (and if you don't know Cat Stevens ask your parents)
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Reply #27 posted 05/20/07 4:50pm

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skyecute said:

JonnyApplesauce said:



Oh lawd, Farrakhan has given MJ lots of luv for years now. Hes come to his defense in speech after speech. The Minister luvs his people.


Minister Farrakhan was very vocal in his defense of Michael during the fake allegations. He has been supported of Michael for years. He seems to know that these allegations had shit to do with "molestation" and everything to do with acquiring the Beatles catalogue and getting even with MJ for calling Mottola "devilish" and "racist". I haven't agreed with everything that Farrakhan has said in the past; however, I do agree with his message of "empowerment of your own race". There is nothing wrong with wanting black people to take care of themselves and not have to depend on others. The "Million Man March" was a positive step in that direction. I also love the self-disciple of his followers. Having said all of this, I would never be a follower of the NOI. I respect people who are followers; however, I don't need to part of something in order to know who I am. I empower myself without having to follow any person or religion. Some people need to be a part of a group in order to feel good about themselves and I applaud that.






First of all we don't know if those allegations or true or not about sex charges against Michael Jackson. I was not there, you were not there, nor was Farrakhan was there. The only people that know for sure is Michael Jackson and those kids. Most people who defend Jackson are his fans and friends. If he was some regular guy most of us would think he was guilty. Farrakhan has his own agenda and uses this issue for his own purposes. If Michael Jackson was white (ok yeah I know it's still debatable on that) or Jewish do you think Farrakhan would come to his defense???? Hell no. So of course he is bias there. Throwing out the Beatles catalogue is just a smoke screen.
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Reply #28 posted 05/20/07 6:36pm

wlcm2thdwn

Farrakan does hate Prince, he says he's gay and women want to have sex with him because they really want another woman eek
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Reply #29 posted 05/20/07 7:31pm

parishilton

that reminds me of the song i'm in love IM IN LOVE with the other woman...
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