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Minister Farrakhan continues Caribbean tour with a special visit, special message
Three generations of her family were present when Maria Meraj came to hear the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan speak at the beautiful glass and steel National Auditorium for the Performing Arts. In his words, she heard the voice of a father providing guidance to his loved ones and a special injunction for the Caribbean.
The 59-year-old was accompanied by her mother and her daughter. The Minister's words were "vibrating, scintillating, enthusiastic and everything else God bless him."
The beautiful, wood paneled Lord Kitchener Auditorium, named in honor of a famed Calypso performer, was packed on all four levels, nearly bursting at the seams with another 500-600 people in front listening to loudspeakers set up for the overflow crowd on the warm Sunday afternoon and evening.
"We need the wisdom of God to open the eyes of the blind, the ears of the deaf and unloosen the knot in the tongues of the dumb and to raise a people who once were a great people but have been murdered not necessarily with the rope or the cat o' nine tails or the gun but murdered mentally so that we exist on a dead level, a horizontal level," said Min. Farrakhan, who was welcomed by a rousing round of applause and cheering when he took the stage.