On 10. 10. 15, history was made. This moment began long before the date. This moment began in the minds of the attendees. A collective consciousness, housed on social media begin to focus on the injustice in African American communities. As hastags became headlines the general populus began to come into agreement that there needed to be a change in the treatment of melanoid people across the United States of America.
A controversial figure began spreading this message. This figure appeared on Sway in the Morning, the Breakfast Club and eventually on mainstream news networks. That man was Louis Farrakhan.
Farrakhan previously held the first million man march in 1995... 20 years ago. He decided to call this one justice or else with the belief that justice was not given to black people. The or else portion of the title intimidated many people who did not fully understand what the or else was.
Or else didn't necessarily mean violence. But using the dollar as a form of warfare. Farrakhan had a plan mapped out as far as what blacks could do in order to create their own parallel economy in order to support themselves and not depend on outside races to do everything. He also addressed issues such as the pope visiting other countries and the fact that he apologized for actions that were committed by the church in the past.
He also shared a theory that the CDC based in Atlanta has created a new vaccine that especially affects black people. The information was given to him by Bobby Kennedy who served as a whistle blower and provided the information. This vaccine has been said to dumb kids down and also give children autism.
Finally Farrakhan addressed the past and historical information that is usually not spoken about. During the day there was no reports of fights or deaths.