Fullspeed, I'll pose this question again. If you admit you would not push Black nationalism (for obvious reasons to many of us), why keep being worried about what folks are going to do about it? What's the fixation if you understand you would not be part of it? I can't be the only one curious about that. What's the deal? Please don't come back with "I'm black so ..blah blah blah". A straight answer is needed.
Yes, in order for a people to work as a collective group, there must be a collective vision. Why do you think we are spinning our wheels today???? Why do you think some of us are talking about Black Nationalism without any clear vision for what Black Nationalism consist of? What are our goals for the next 5 years, 10 years, 25 years, 50 years, 100 years??? Are we all planning to go back to Africa? Are we going to build our own cities and towns again? Are we going to integrate and compete? What is the goal, direction, vision for the Black man? Tie that into what X and Martin left us to work with.