Science and Technology : Information Technology is the Nu Black Culture

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  1. BLAQ LOVE POURAHTREE

    BLAQ LOVE POURAHTREE Nefertum Husia Shayheh MEMBER

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    This will be the nu Black culture versus African Tribal nature if mindsets are not high enough or willing to elevate and see the nonsense, not including analysis of sexuality too and since Asians has effectively established their culture to a mastery, Europeans borrows others to make their own, Latinos sustain theirs through religion, then everybody else like myself will be the revised versions of the ancients not so great but then again in our way probably getting separated and sniped off but who cares right? At least i done my job to the fullest Absalutree.

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    The problem may be best expressed in a speech by our GrandMaster teacher Dr. John H. Clarke who stated that we were "heading towards a second enslavement and that this enslavement would be technological and that his greatest fear is that we as a people would not be able to come up out of it." Anyone listening to that lecture will fully understand why he said what he said...and sadly, I agree with him.
     
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    So all on this forum whether they heard of each other or not is on point. I see the same thing too. They dirty now.
     
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    sekou kasimu PanAfrikanist Revolutionary MEMBER

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    So what are we going to do about it? There are a number of things we must do simultaneously, all of which begin with a PanAfrikanist Worldview. Teach our children the following, A is for Afrika, B is for Black, C is for our Culture and that's where it's at, D is for Defend, E is for Equality, F is Freedom, G is for Greatness, H is for History, Afrikan people that's the key, I is for Independence, J is for Justice, K is for King, L is for Land, M is for Math, N is for Nation, O is for Oppression, P is for Power, Q is for Queen, R is for Race, S is for Science, T is for Technology, U is for Unity, V is for Victory, W is for Wisdom, X is for the Negroe who is blind, deaf, and dumb, Y is for Youth, Z is for Zeal. Each letter should generate a whole lot of discussion around our struggle! Use your imagination!!!
     
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    The internet does not know your race, creed, color, national origin or anything else but your ideas. Culture can be establish by one free thinker with the will.





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    sekou kasimu PanAfrikanist Revolutionary MEMBER

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    Assuming for the sake of argument that what you said is true, what makes you think you are a great thinker? I guess you think Dick Gregory is one to uh man? lol rofl
     
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    sekou kasimu PanAfrikanist Revolutionary MEMBER

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    You don't know what it's about!!!
     
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    Information Technology is not a culture but its ability to facilitate the storage and exchange of information means it is going to change all of the world's cultures.

    But decisions must be made about what to exchange. We are bombarded with BS. But European culture depends on most palefaces being bombarded BS. The information technology will affect all cultures.
     
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