Community Activist Malik Shabazz said that community members along with officials need to work harder to keep children safe.
“I’m going to try to find another way to help. I’m not leaving Detroit,” said Duggan.
One resident called the council members “Judas,” for considering the lease, adding, “It has one jewel in it and you’re going to take it. Are we ignorant?”
Michigan is the butt of the joke when a credulous correspondent from the show asked Shabazz, a soccer mom, Tea Party member, and Canadian officials to explain why anyone would oppose a free bridge from Canada.
Shabazz was on the panel with “Deadline Detroit” writer Jeff Wattrick to discuss Detroit’s finances and whether there’s any way out of the cycle of debt and dysfunction. Shabazz said Bing’s leadership is entirely to blame for all the city’s woes.
Governor Rick Snyder was met by protesters minutes after he arrived to speak before the Council of Baptist Pastors of Detroit and Vicinity Tuesday morning at Bethel Baptist Church East in Detroit.
Shabazz said Gov. Rick Snyder is pushing the agreement because he’s a white supremacist. He also called city leaders “Uncle Toms.” Then Kwame Kilpatrick’s brother-in-law weighed in.
Charlie Langton asked how he could justify going in front of a crowd and TV cameras to yell ‘white supremacy’ and threaten to burn down his own city to prevent outsiders from coming in.
As the fight to save the City of Detroit continues, during a charged Detroit financial review meeting Rev. Malik Shabazz’s said he would “burn down the city of Detroit before letting the state take over” and that it’s […]
Inflammatory remarks made by a Detroit minister has some Metro Detroiters worried about possible civil unrest in the city as it deals with a financial crisis which likely will require state intervention.