Success has many fathers, failure is an orphan is an old proverb the is very befitting when it comes to this book.
It is no secret that the Supreme Wisdom taught by Messenger Elijah Muhammad is extremely dynamic to say the least and as so many can attest to, very few Black people in American have not been affected in one way or another.
This book examines the fruit that fell from the tree. More
This book examines the claim of Elijah Muhammad's roots. Although during the great migration of blacks from the south to the north, many attempts were made to address their plight in the inner cities, the true solution went unaddressed until Master Fard Muhammad (God in person) came and raised up, then taught Elijah Muhammad how to raise the mentally dead so-called Negroes of America.
The book lays out interesting arguments which enables the reader to see the clear evidence. The Fruit never falls far from the tree from whence it came.
Some have internalized the teaching better than others and in many cases those who have fallen short have found it more acceptable to adopt lesser challenging positions than those expected when adhering to some of the restrictive laws in the Nation of Islam's circle.
It's similar to a crowd of fat cats standing in a dark room questioning who got there first, the delimna of the darkness and the way out; while a different man walks in, cuts the lights on and points the way out. Instead of going threw the door, they and their offspring puts their emphasis on who was in the room first... dah!