Black People : A Scientific Process to make race complacent in the Ipad age!

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  1. Alarm Clock

    Alarm Clock Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Looking at Africa...Libya colonized. The acceptance by ECOWAS of the recolonization of fisrt Cote D I voire and now Mali. The lunching of Black folks in Egypt and Libya righ this minute and none of the 47 Black nations united to stop it. Union stirkes for more money from the White man for digging the gold that God left to their ancestors, for them.
    Government, and Real Estate Developer sponsored Gang violence taking over every Carribean nation English speaking and French speaking.
    The murder of a Black teen in a gated community full of video cameras, and not one video tape subpoenads to the trial, and no real boycott by the Black community.
    A March on Washington with no real demands made on the president, and Black folks now wondering if they should volunteer in the military to save the United States from Syria.
    No new leadership in 30 years, No new national Black organizations in 30 years and no New Black Movements in 30 years!

    What do you see and vibe you feel among the community where you live, are folks mad as hell, or have we been lulled to a somnambulsitic slumber of

    "Oh whats the use":bye:

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  2. Corvo

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    looks like you see it too.
    We don't have a voice that can be heard.
    and yurugu is not interested in what we have to talk about.
     
  3. Clyde C Coger Jr

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    Brother Corvo, what is yurugu?


     
  4. Alarm Clock

    Alarm Clock Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    i hear you brother Corvo , but we dont even seriously talk about this stuff to each other locally any more...so that we could at least collectively build! That is what is painfull and shocking to observe
     
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    According to the Dogon people of Mali, in West Africa, Amma, the Creator, ordained that all created beings should be living manifestations of the fundamental universal principle of complementarity or ‘twinness.’ This principle manifests itself as the wholeness which is created when female and male pairs join in all things. Such pairing establishes equilibrium, cooperation, balance, and harmony. Amma therefore equipped each being with twin souls — both female and male — at birth. But one of these primordial placentas the male soul did not wait for the full gestation period to be born. This male being was known as Yurugu (Ogo), who arrogantly wished to compete with Amma and to create a world better than that which Amma had created. With his fragmented placenta he created Earth; but it could only be imperfect, since he was incomplete, that is, born prematurely, without his female twin-soul. Realizing that he was flawed and therefore deficient, Yurugu returned to Amma seeking his complementary female self. But Amma had given his female soul away. Yurugu forever incomplete, was doomed to perpetually search for the completeness that could never be his. The Earth, he had defiled in the act of self-creation, was now inhabited by single-souled, impure and incomplete beings like himself. Yurugu’s descendants, all eternally deficient, originated in an incestuous act, since he had procreated with his own placenta, the representation of his mother.​

    -- Marimba Ani, in the Author's note of her book, "Yurugu: An African-Centered Critique of European Cultural Thought and Behavior"

    For more information: http://rwswj.wordpress.com/yurugu/

    Also:
     
  6. Clyde C Coger Jr

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    Thanks Asomfwaa, I'll digest this later tonight. I'm definitely familiar with the good Dr. Ani, just not this particular work. The first 3 minutes of the lecture, gives Yurugu a status very similar to the biblical Satan.






     
  7. Alarm Clock

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    Yeah....the "them I understand......My problem is what happened to us???? In order to cure an illness or a poison slipped on you it is good to know when it happened then one can figure out how!
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    Yurugu was always there 400 years, but we were not like this just 30 years ago! No where on the planet were we like this!
     
  8. Asomfwaa

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    Her use of Yurugu is to describe Europeans. So that would make a lot of sense! :lol:
     
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    What happened was an adoption of Yurugu's thoughts.

    You know, if a Lion behaved like a Crocodile that Lion would drown. It's bad enough to be Yurugu and live like Yurugu, but it's worse if you are an African living like Yurugu.

    Actually, 30 years ago we were like this. That's why Amos Wilson is relevant today after 20 years. That's why Malcolm X is relevant after 50 years. That's why Carter G. Woodson after 80 years.

    If you can read Carter G. Woodson's "Mis-Education of the Negro" and think he's talking about another Race then, with all do respect, you can't read well.
     
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    Nearly one in the same.



     
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