Black People : Protocols of the Elders of the Black Community

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  1. afrknroots

    afrknroots Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Black people are forming independent, self-reliant communities all over the world. Some are fairly large, such as the one that moved to Israel under the leadership of Ben Ammi. Others are very small, consisting of only a handful of people. The small ones will eventually merge with others and form larger communities with their own land, farms, businesses and all essential services.

    Many Black people realize that the economy of the white man’s world has reached a point of no return in its demise. It is so riddled with corruption and greed that it cannot be re-stimulated. It will self destruct and a new economy will replace it.
    Black people, especially African Americans, will be the key to this coming new economy.

    The Elders of the new community of Black people that is soon to come have given the protocols to be used by the new communities. Yes, there are elders involved in this transition, and their wisdom is unsurpassed. They have advised that the new communities that are being formed must have protocols that will guide them. These are the protocols I will outline here. They are not a complete legal system to guide every detail of the communal life. Instead, they provide the backbone that is necessary for each community to succeed. Once the foundation is in place and is adhered to, the other details can then be governed by laws formulated locally according to the needs of each one.

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    The Protocols of the Elders of the Black Community

    THIS IS A COMMUNITY OF PEACE.
    The members live at peace with one another. Anyone who brings discord to another brings discord to the whole community.
    If found guilty of bringing discord, he will be banished from the community for one year. If found guilty of a second offense, whether similar or not, he will be banished for three years.
    If found guilty of a third offense, he will be banished permanently.

    THIS IS A COMMUNITY OF PROSPERITY.
    All the members are expected to contribute as much of their productive energy as possible to the community.
    They are encouraged to invest as much as possible in community projects designed to provide necessary products and services to their members.
    They are expected to spend as much of their money as possible in the community’s businesses and services.
    All members must donate 10 cents out of every dollar of their income to the community.

    THIS IS A COMMUNITY OF RESPONSIBILTY.
    All members are expected to work for the maintenance and improvement of the community. Anyone who refuses to work for the community or contribute to it in another way will be banished for one year, three years, and permanently on successive offenses.

    THIS IS A COMMUNITY OF FAMILIES.
    All children who reach 18 years of age within the community are expected to marry within five years, by their 23rd birthday.
    All single adults 18 years or older who join the community are expected to marry within five years of joining.
    All childless couples are expected to bear and/or adopt Black children within three years of joining the community. All who marry after joining the community are expected to bear and/or adopt Black children within three years of getting married.
    Any married couples who refuse to bear and/or adopt and raise Black children will be permanently banished from the community.
    Only members deemed to be too old by the Family Committee are exempt from the marriage and family laws.

    THIS IS A COMMUNITY OF BLACK PEOPLE.
    All adult members are expected to marry Black people. Anyone who marries a non-black will be banished from the community for as long as he stays married. If he divorces he may come back to the community and bring his children if he has custody. But his mixed-race children will not be allowed to marry other mixed-race children. They may marry Black people who are not mixed-race, or remain single. If they remain single, they are the only people so allowed. If they remain single, they are not allowed to bear or adopt and raise children.
    If they marry Black people who are not mixed-race, they will be expected to bear and/or adopt and raise children according to the time schedule already discussed.
    Black people who are already married to non-blacks when applying for membership, will be refused membership unless they divorce.
    Anyone who contravenes these rules of marriage and family will be banished from the community.

    THIS IS A COMMUNITY OF UNITY.
    All the smaller communities are encouraged to join together into a larger community, obtain land and live together in complete self-reliance.

    Enforcement of the Protocols

    THIS IS A COMMUNITY OF LAW AND ORDER.
    The community will choose 12 members, 6 men and 6 women, who are deemed the wisest and most experienced, to be the Judgment Committee.
    They will hear evidence for charges brought against any member and make a judgment. When 8 or more vote for guilty, he will be found guilty. When less than 8 vote for guilty, he will be found not guilty.
    Each Committee member will make an independent decision. When all the evidence has been heard and the time has come to make a judgment, each Judge will take one object from a bowl of red identical objects and a second object from a similar bowl of blue objects, then he will enter a secret chamber alone, and place one of the two objects in the voting container; a red object for guilty or a blue object for not guilty. He will then place the remaining object in the storage container next to it.
    The two containers will be made so that he can insert his vote without seeing or touching the other objects already placed therein.
    After all the Judges have cast their vote, the Committee leader and two other Judges will bring the voting container into the main chamber and open it in front of all present, and count the objects. If the red objects are 8 or more, the defendant will be found guilty. If they are 7 or less, he will be found not guilty.

    The Judges are forbidden from ever discussing their vote with each other or with anyone else. They will not discuss their decision before or after the casting.
    The Judges’ verdict is final. There will be no appeal.

    Anyone found guilty of interfering with the secret nature of casting the Judges’ votes - who tries to compromise the anonymity – will be permanently banished from the community. If such a person is one of the Judges, a temporary Judge will be chosen by the others to replace him. If the defendant is then found guilty, the temporary Judge will permanently replace him. If found not guilty, he will be re-seated to his position, and the temporary Judge will vacate his seat.

    All the other Committees such as the Family Committee, Wealth Committee, Work Committee, Health Committee etc do not have the power of judgment. They will take their accusations, evaluations and evidence to the Judgment Committee. Only the Judgment Committee will make judgment on the banishment or non-banishment of members.

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    These Protocols apply more especially to large communities of dozens of people, but may be modified for small communities of only a handful. We Black people are a common-sense people. We will find and apply the spirit of the law when it is not possible to apply the letter of the law.

    Each community will ultimately have a Judgment Committee and other necessary Committees. The smallest community can be as small as two people dedicated to helping one another and their people, and to finding other like minded Black people, or it may be as large as 14,000 people which is the maximum number of people in each community who can form a real town and live together in complete self-reliance.

    So Black people who have formed independent communities, as well as those who intend to do so, whether those communities are large with hundreds of people or small with only a handful, are all advised to use these protocols. They will help to stabilize the new community until it becomes mature and self-reliant.
    E-mail the protocols to all your friends and contacts. They are part of an ancient system of rules for forming a new society, modified especially for African Americans and others of the diaspora. If there are parts of it that are not clear or are controversial, please feel free to ask. Brother Afrknroots has promised that he will clarify whenever possible.

    Thank you.
    Publisher of Blackroots Science
     
  2. Knowledge Seed

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    Sounds like a plan. Is anyone making an attempt to involve the Gullah/Geechee people and/or Oyotunji Afrikan Village?
     
  3. truetothecause

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    I agree Knowledge Seed....It DOES Sound like a PLAN.....A BlAckNiFiCentlY, BLacKaLiScioUS, BlaCksoLuteLy, BlaCKTaStiC Plan at that.:jump::jump::jump:

    If I were you, I would FORWARD this for their consideration in Adopting....IF they are not already following this or one closely resembling it.

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  4. Destee

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    Brother AfrknRoots ... thank you so much for sharing this with us and the world!

    I must say, i immediately thought of this community ... for we strive to exemplify much of the same!

    Simply Beautiful! Thank You! :bowdown:

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  5. Son of RA

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    This is excellent! Returning to the roots and reversing the effects from the can of worms called "integration". But, why allow the mulattoes :?: Just wondering!!!! :qqb011:
     
  6. afrknroots

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    Sister Destee
    First and foremost thank you for providing this forum. It is most essential and will become even more so in the near future.
    I also could not help but think of the Destee community as a model of a true Black community when I was preparing the protocols for posting here. The next step is for members to extend it beyond the internet onto a plot of land where they can farm, open businesses and raise their families together.
    All it takes is for one or two to start and many will join. Land and property are becoming cheaper and will continue as the economy in your country and the rest of the world continues to fall apart. This provides an excellent opportunity for those with money to invest in land and recruit other Black people so they can live in peace outside the white man's world.

    Brother Son of Ra
    Thank you for the kind response. The question of mulattos is a very sensitive one for some Black people. While we must do everything to prevent the dilution of our nation, we are at the same time compelled by our innate compassion to accept them because after all they are our brothers and sisters. Mulatto children are not to blame for being born as such. The fault lies with the Black parent who married outside his people. For this reason our elders feel that to totally exclude them would be meting out an unwarranted punishment. The solution is to make sure they do not breed more of their kind in our new communities, while providing them with the chance that all people crave to bear and raise children. If they are allowed to marry only Black people, then the harm done by their parent can be reversed without punishing them.
    A second reason is that there are many mulattos who love Black people to death. Remember when Brother Malcolm X said at one time that he wished he could remove every drop of white blood in him he got from his mulatto mother? There are many who feel the same way and are dedicated to helping Black people. If we exclude them all, we would exclude these also, and thereby lose all the good things they could do for us and the rest of their people.

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    Thanks to everyone else, Knowledge Seed, truetothecause, for your kind responses.
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    Download and read the entire book, Blackroots Science. It's completely free.
     
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    Interesting...Such community is impossible nowadays but with the fall of yt world it will be possible,only wise ones can lead the people.btw,you said that we can start with very small communities and if i understand small communities are already formed,so i wonder if you are a member of one of this community?Are these communities totally separate from this wicked society?
     
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  9. Ankhur

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    Sounds great and it is commendable but can the poor, the jobless and the sisters and brothers in the PJs afford this?

    When the rubber meets the road, I don't want to be on an island with the chosen few or the 144 thousand, let my lot be with the masses of our people, and my efforts to get the least of us out of harms way
     
  10. blkbutterfly41

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    Hmmmmmmm, Interesting. The marriage thing which seems forced is what I would question. Not to mention if young women outnumber young men. And they are forced to marry or are outcast. Is polygamy part of this community norm ??

    And then lets talk about the legal ramifications with this program. If you don't mind.

    Peace and Thanks



     
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