Black People : African Political Ideologies

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  1. Knowledge Seed

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    I was sitting here thinking about how most of our people embrace the political ideas of others. Ideas like Capitalism, Communism, Socialism, etc. Where is the African view on politics? Since the invasion of Europeans and Arabs, does an African political system, with little to no outside influence, still exist? If so, what are some of these ideologies and political systems?
     
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    Whatever it is and wherever it is is has failed to produce a SYSTEM of justice. Since an African is a person who practices justice and justice doesn't exist anywhere in the known universe, people who are attempting to become African are attempting to build the only worldwide political SYSTEM that it makes sense to build in a worlwide political SYSTEM of injustice...and that is a worldwide political SYSTEM of justice.

    Any other so-called political system, if it does not guarantee that no person is mistreated and also guarantee that the person who needs help the most get the most help...just helps to serve the worldwide political SYSTEM that is in place right now, which is a worldwide political SYSTEM of injustice.
     
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    Can you give a description of this SYSTEM of justice and what elements go into creating it?
     
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    Yes. The logic that describes it and the logic to produce it is built into the definition of justice itself. The definition of justice is, and I quote; guaranteeing that no person is mistreated and also guaranteeing the person who needs help the most get the most help.

    When non-white people "get together" and begin to work against the white people who practice racism (white supremacy we loosely refer to that as a "movement". We use un-scientific terms to talk about a scientific process. This is how we are taught to use words. Everything is in motion. Everything that is in motion is moving. Everything that moves is part of a movement.

    When we use words that do not describe what we are looking at we do not understand what is happening, which is probably why we're always asking each other "what's happening" (or some derivative thereof). Also, when we use words that do not describe what we are looking at we also do not understand the process for what needs to happen.

    We aren't really talking about something moving we are talking about a code, which is an agreed upon set of actions...something that you say and something that you do. And you want whatever that is said to be said in such a way that no one can say it better. And you want whatever that is done to be done in such a way that no one can do it better. The whole point of science is for the purpose of the revelation of truth. What is called the "scientific method" is just a way to test variables so that you can ensure that what you think to be true is actually true so that you will understand what you're looking at.

    According to the definition of justice, until such time as every person in the known universe is able to guarantee that no person is mistreated and also able to guarantee that the person who needs help the most get the most help, it does not exist. In a SYSTEM of justice people only receive constructive help doing things in a constructive manner that have a constructive outcome. OK...so what do I mean about constructive? Solving problems without producing more problems. Now...how do you solve problems without producing more problems? In the process of solving any problem you ensure that no person is mistreated and you also ensure that the person who needs help the most get the most help.

    Will there be people building bridges in a SYSTEM of justice? Sure, if the bridge needs to be built. If building a bridge is constructive, meaning, it helps to solve a problem. Also, if building a bridge doesn't produce any problems, meaning, the building of the bridge has to be done in a constructive manner with a constructive outcome. Building a bridge so that you can cross a river to kill people is not constructive. Building a bridge to allow people a safe route of escape in the event of a hurricane is constructive as long as in the process for building the bridge no person is mistreated and the person who needs help the most get the most help...and also...as long as the result of building the bridge ensures that no person is mistreated and also ensures that the person who needs help the most get the most help.

    A lot of the things that are happening right now will continue to happen except the focus of people will be different in relation to each other and things, the speech of people will be different in relation to each other and things, and the actions of people will be different in relation to each other and things. No person will be mistreated and the person that needs help the most gets the most help. That is a basic description. You can call that a "movement" but people are moving right now. I have to move my hands to type this and you have to move your eyes to read it. When people begin to use speech and/or action in a manner that no person is mistreated and also the person who needs help the most gets the most help and this speech and/or action is used in the best way possible meaning when speech is used no one can use it better and when action is used no one can act it out better that is called, in scientific terms, a code.

    How do you produce justice? The process for producing justice is built into the definition. You can't guarantee that no person is mistreated until you can guarantee it. Now...what does it mean to guarantee that no person is mistreated? It means that no person in the known universe is mistreating anyone. What does it mean to guarantee that the person who needs help the most gets the most help? It means that every person, in the known universe, is going through the process on a daily basis of helping the person who needs help the most...and then helping the next person who needs help the most...then helping the person who needs help the most...and so on and so forth. You may only be able to help 5 people that day and one of the people who you help may be you. In fact, in most cases, you have to help yourself before you are able to help anyone else.

    You do your part in the process and allow other people to do their part in the process. Meaning, you don’t tell other people when they are not doing their part unless those others are your offspring because they have to learn the process as well and who better to learn from than you?

    That is basically the way to works. You’ll have the guarantee when you have the guarantee but until then you have to follow the process. If you don’t follow the process you’ll never have the guarantee. We like to wait on each other to do things before we do them. I have read where non-white people have been called “the great spectators”. Now is the time to change that. You may have to work your way up to helping 20 people a day. Start out by helping one person a day until you have the will plus the ability to help two people…then help two people a day. The next few days or so help two people a day until you have the will plus the ability to help three people a day…then help three people a day. And so on and so forth.

    It is extremely important to understand the process for help. If someone is not calling out for help chances are you doing something for someone and you thinking it help…well…the person you are doing it for may see it as harm. I watched a blind person one day walk into a bank and was feeling her way for the line in the bank to wait in to be helped. One guy walked up to her and grabbed her arm to kind of guide her to the line, I suspect, and she cursed him out…told him to “get your f****ng hands off me”. Now he thought he was helping her but he wasn’t because she didn't see it as help, she saw it as harm. When you see someone who you suspect needs help you have to ask the person if they need help and if you can help them if the person is able to answer you. I answer my phone in this manner…”Mr. Williams, how may I help you?”…that is just a quick way to get the ball rolling and eliminate a lot of that chatter that winds up being non-constructive. Now if you see someone in a car and the person appears to be knocked out and the car is smoking profusely under the hood and you conclude, based on logic, that the person cannot possibly ask for help because the person is knocked out…then you can proceed to help that person if you so choose to do so.

    It is really a simple process. And it doesn’t take that much time and energy to do. And it changes things immediately for the person who provides the help and for the person receiving the help. This is something that if the people on this discussion board starting doing today…start talking this way and started acting this way the membership would double in no time. Everyone needs help of some kind and people like to be around other people who are able to provide help to them and to other people. All of a sudden people get pulled into that orbit.

    Well let me know if you have any questions. We can address those questions one at a time.
     
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