Black People : THE RAPE OF A CONTINENT

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Mandela told them they had to unify. Too many just want to get paid



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True and as I stated on another thread , Neocolonization , of our inclinations occurred Globally in 87, When Global White Supremacy, like "Mike Corleone, put a simultaneous , hit" on our aspirations towards Pan Africanism and Black Nationalism!
1987 a year of infamy, Africa ; the CIA, kills Sankara, bringing negropeanism into ascendency effecting millions of young minds to seek out that path !
That same year , the Carribbean; MI6 kills Peter Tosh , bringing slackness back and a decline in Pro Black and Pro Garvey ideologies , among the island nations , and here
in the United State in 87 COINTELPRO, gave Gangsta Thug Culture their award of approval,
when "Straight out of Compton " on the West coast and "Criminally Minded " on the East coast both got Grammy's ,
with the effect of influencing all Black youth globally with that virus ,
that since then has been a deterrent to Black unity

Mandela told them they had to unify. Too many just want to get paid



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South Africa , is a touchy issue ! As Africans stolen 400 years ago and dragged to America, it takes a great deal of sensitivity , and just acceptance of , the different views of various cultures in Africa no matter how strange they may seem to us ,
and yes Mandela stressed unity, but racial unity with the colonizer, and it was not just min mind you, it was Stepehen Biko and Sobukwe as well, who made great lengths to say they did not want majority rule, now to us , that may seem strange! They wanted one man one vote , rather then complete liberation as any other colonized nation would, but I have come to understand over the years, that similar to some Native American nations the Xhosa , and Ndebele , even some Zulu, do not have a racial , consciousness as we call it and in their cultures, see the concept of race , as something beneath them!
 

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I dont see anything funny in all due respect, regarding , my people being Psychologically Neocolonized in the 90s, to the point were we dont even know how to use computer technology to foster Pan African and Black Nationalist unity ! Had the internet been around in the 60s and 70s before , we got this Cultural Ebola, we would be talking about investing in African Silicon Valleys and Mountains , from the hundreds of "Wakandas" that would be there! now
I wholeheartedly agree with you Ndugu. No self respecting Black man, Black woman or even a self aware Black child would think such unconscionably depraved aggression from Whites who raped, robbed and burned our elders alive would find some sick demented morally bankrupt sort of humor in that. However we as a race must be strong enough to tolerate pretty much any and everything, even from the intolerable. In the end when vilification rears it's ugly head no matter the race we know GOD is watching.
 

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Because if we wiggle our noses and click our shoes---and vote Democrat---we can eventually get that gang who robbed us to give us all our stuff back.
I dont see anything funny in all due respect, regarding , my people being Psychologically Neocolonized in the 90s, to the point were we dont even know how to use computer technology to foster Pan African and Black Nationalist unity ! Had the internet been around in the 60s and 70s before , we got this Cultural Ebola, we would be talking about investing in African Silicon Valleys and Mountains , from the hundreds of "Wakandas" that would be there! now
I think in all respect she was making a joke
That individual that made light of our plight of being violently attacked by marauding gangs and being the victims of aggravated robbery is probably not some female like you thought but is listed here as some male.
 

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If there was real Black unity in the Motherland , like Garvey, Sobukwe, Malcolm Nkrumah , advocated,
would such a thing be possible???
Ditto. Now that's two No's.
So your point is we are incapable , of working towards real Black Nationalism in each nation and real Pan Africanism???
If not then please explain why you dont feel or analyze that Black unity in the Motherland is the solution
Here you go again. In your post #2 You asked a simple direct question that should only require four (4) simple direct answers

1. Yes

2. No

3. Maybe

4. I have no idea

You received two (2) direct "no" answers to your direct question. No explanation requested, no explanation offered. If you wanted us to expound on our simple direct answers to your direct question then it's your burden to make that clear.

Ndugu you're doing a fine job but please keep up. GOD Bless.
 
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So your point is we are incapable , of working towards real Black Nationalism in each nation and real Pan Africanism???
If not then please explain why you dont feel or analyze that Black unity in the Motherland is the solution

There is a reason, over the centuries, great leaders have sought to conquer and put all under one banner. Too many cooks spoil the broth. Too many tribes and opinions. China was made under one. Thus, allowing a people, a culture to move as one mind. Though in small doses, we are doing similar. We need to be one nation



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There is a reason, over the centuries, great leaders have sought to conquer and put all under one banner. Too many cooks spoil the broth. Too many tribes and opinions. China was made under one. Thus, allowing a people, a culture to move as one mind. Though in small doses, we are doing similar. We need to be one nation



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Ditto that one too.
 

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Here you go again. In your post #2 You asked a simple direct question that should only require four (4) simple direct answers

1. Yes

2. No

3. Maybe

4. I have no idea

You received two (2) direct "no" answers to your direct question. No explanation requested, no explanation offered. If you wanted us to expound on our simple direct answers to your direct question then it's your burden to make that clear.

Ndugu you're doing a fine job but please keep up. GOD Bless.
you said no, I asked why, whats the problem??
Do you think I would not ask that to you face to face, at a simple conversation of Black people in a living room, having an intellectual conversation??
 

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