Chief Elder Osiris : To Survive ( perpetual struggle ) Or Be Free

Chief Elder Osiris

Well-Known Member
Jan 3, 2002
Hoteph My Dear Beloved Sisters And Brothers:

Beloved have we Afrikans became stuck in a syndrome of having only a want
for survival?

This question is to all Afrikans regardless of where we are confined to and
it is to the rank and file of Afrikan people, those of us who experience the
pain and hardship of subordinate living, always choosing to submit to those
who appear to be more powerful than the Afrikan who is without will or
motivation to live a life of freedom.

So I ask, is there virtue in wanting only to live a life of survival, rather
than freedom, because wanting most Time represent what we do not need rather
than what we need and now it seems as if the Afrikans, no matter what our
rank might be in the effort to be respected, is locked in only a survival
mode and such a mode can represent perpetual struggle just to survive.

Afrika! in her present condition will not be able to negotiate, compromise
or beg her way out of her present condition, the hold of oppression and
suppression is to tightly held together with strings of total disrespect and
a effort to continue to have Afrika in a struggling mode by those who desire
to never see Afrika and the Afrikans locked in a lover embrace again.

The Afrikan in america, desire not the sweet smell of freedom, all of our
belief and effort is toward survival in america, an act that assure us being
in perpetual struggle and the sad part about it is, we have grown to be all
right with and in such a position in america, even to the point we gleefully
refer to ourselves as Afrikan american, which is a contradiction in term.

The Afrikan american without thought, want to be an american and should omit
the Afrikan and refer to themselves as Black americans or shall I say, human
american with a willingness to be factored into the ethocentralism of
america, with a wanting to be an american, which require a want to only
survive in america, which demand perpetual struggle in the process of
protest of all sorts against the way that prejudice racism is causing the
Black life experience in america.

When the Afrikan develop the thought and knowledge, with understanding, that
freedom is the direction we need to embark upon and realize that mere
survival is not related to freedom, then and only then will the Afrikan
begin to see a change in attitude coming from those who now hold us captive
in the chambers of our own mind.

When I speak of the Afrikan I speak of a certain way of thinking as it
relate to the Afrikan proper, because a thinking Afrikan desire only freedom
and independence for our life and do know such is a life we have enjoyed at
the coming and beginning of our life on this planet call earth.

The Afrikan love to engage self in the many variables that serve as a
distraction to the central theme that should be the focus of the Afrikan
Soul, which is freedom, yet we choose survival over freedom which serve as
our motivation in doing what we now do, which is complain about the
injustice and misinformation about God, Universe and the Afrikan Being, as
we struggle for survival in a cesspool pool of lies about God, Universe and
the Afrikan Being, suffering along the way in a state of poverty, disease
with an appetite of only conformity, never freedom.

Freedom require bravery with a great admiration for the Soul and from such
action qualify only the pure in mind to be able to not just settle for
survival in captivity but to develop a endless thirst without limits and a
will to fight for freedom, because such a goal is attainable and not endless
perpetual struggle as the want for survival is.

The Afrikan must begin to think again, using our own original mind because
only that process will show clearly the pathway to freedom and anything
less, keep us in perpetual struggle for survival.

It Is Time to Condemn the Lie and elevate The Truth!!!

We Must Cause Trouble ( with the truth ) Until Our Liberation!!!

It Is The Black Fool Who Say I Have Lost Nothing In Afrika!!! ( Osiris )

I Come, I Share, You Either Accept Or Reject, I Move On.

Completely Loving The Black Afrikan Nation

Honor,Respect And Praise To The Honorable Marcus Garvey

Afrikan Spiritualist, Hierophant,Political Revolutionary
National Chairman
Sankofa Repatriation Movement

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