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Nations Are Destroyed Because Men Forget By Nasir Makr Hakim Nations Are Destroyed Because Men Forget lays out for the reader how the manipulation and deception practiced on universally by the world came to bear in all its intensity on the believers within the Nation of Islam.

In 1975 the Nation changed direction is an overt, in your face, way. Not like the attempt in 1964 with Malcolm X's short-lived attempt, but it was brought full circle with Wallace Muhammad's ascension to leadership. Yet, he went at change as one using a hatchet; consequently, he could not affect the roots as would one who would want to kill a thing. Yet, an attempt at killing the roots of the Nation, which is the basis of its distinction, is underway with the present leadership of Louis Farrakhan.

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Nasir Makr Hakim

(Founder Messenger Elijah Muhammad Propagation Society - MEMPS)

Published by

Secretarius MEMPS Publications at Smashwords

Copyright © 2012

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Seeing Is Not Believing

Up The Creek Without A Chair

To Avoid A Trap Is Knowing of Its Existence

The Nation In The Mirror

King Alfred

They Thought They Were Following Elijah Muhammad, But Then It Was Too Late

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Throughout the hundreds of thousands of generations of human experience, whatever we saw with our eyes was concrete and reliable. Experience was directly between us and the natural order or the natural environment, which is non-mediated, non-processed and not altered by other humans. If we saw a flock of birds flying southward, then these birds were definitely doing that. We could believe in it. We might interpret this concrete information in various ways, perhaps misinterpret it, but there could never have been a question as to whether it was happening. The information itself, the birds and their flight, could not be doubted.

This is the case with all sensory information. Whatever information the senses produce, the brain trusts as inherently believable. In other words, the eye ball itself don't think, it only transfers and processes the light which is sent through the optic nerve and the brain ascertains,