Black People : Is Religiosity An Impediment to a Pan African Mindset?

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  1. Ankhur

    Ankhur Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Let's be honest about our Africaness.

    We have some greatness and we have some weakness and our oldest weakness is creating xenophobia against our own brother, neighbor, race,
    long before any white or asian person came out of a cave.

    We battle over tribe, "my tribe is better then yours"
    We battle over rellgion, Muslims killing Christians, and Christians killing Muslims,
    and both commiting the greates atrocity; denegrating and mocking thier ancestral African Traditional relgions.
    I hear some of them say that crap right here in Brooklyn and it makes me sick.

    As a child I remember the unity between my rev Galamason, the Ashanti from Ghana, and Yoruba priests, he and the Nation of Islam under the guidance of the honorable Elijah Muhammed,
    actually sponsored to come here and give cultural classes to children and the community

    SO WHY IS IT, THAT NOW, WHEN THE IMPERATIVE FOR PAN AFRICANISM
    http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=27628

    IS MORE CLEAR THEN EVER,
    SOME FOLKS FROM THE MOTHERLAND STILL DESIRE TO BATTLE OVER WHO IS BETTER THEN THE OTHER OR MORE AUTHENTIC THEN THE OTHER?