Farrakhan Home in Obama's Old Neighborhood Got $100K in Farm Subsidies

The address matches Louis Farrakhan’s home and mosque address.



The wealth redistribution express just keeps chugging along. So what does Farrakhan grow in Hyde Park... besides hate?

 Open the Books just completed and released a new report called, “The Federal Transfer Report- Farm Subsidies & The Big Dogs” Within the report, the group discovered this…

Case Study Example: Three Year Economic Savings Program, Inc., Hyde Park, 60615. A non-profit organization called Three Year Economic Savings Program, Inc received 19 payments totaling $103,529 (2008-11). The address matches Louis Farrakhan’s home and mosque address.

The U.S. Dept. of Agriculture (USDA) shows the organization as located at the residence of The Nation of Islam leader, Minister Louis Farrakhan. As the top recipient of farm subsidies in the Hyde Park neighborhood, it ranked twelfth amongst all Chicago recipients. The Illinois Secretary of State website has the entity’s status as “Not Good Standing,” clink here. Through the website muhammadfarms.com, the organization is still accepting donations.

Muhammad Farms has instructive information about the government's plot to destroy black farmers, the secret waters of the great pyramid and why the government hates Cuba.

It doesn't have nearly as much there about actual farming. There is some mention of spinach and wheat growing on their tract in Georgia... which is not in Hyde Park.

But the Nation of Islam doesn't seem to be doing too well in Georgia either.

For each crop there is an optimal mix of land, labor and technology required to produce wholesome commodities. We therefore offer opportunities for volunteerism and internships to offset the need for cheaper but "non-organic" chemicals.

To cut down labor costs and ensure labor requirements, at least 10 families need to live on farm. However, there is not enough employment on the farm at this time to support 10 or even 2 families year round unless we can establish stable markets in the cities.

Ask for money. Obviously. Muhammad Farms can't afford irrigation or labor. But it can get government subsidies.