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chuck

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A few words of advice:

When ones does gain social awareness, it all seems and sounds easy and simple...

After awhile, when one's idealized viewpoints get challenged by any number of unexpected reality checks/wake up calls, i. e., as in however much one is inspired by the glorious history of our african ancestors, some of their present day descendants antics ad naseum are confusing and dumbfounding, etc., then you will have to contrast what you chose to believe with what you have found out to be true...

The last movements struggles were to reclaim our right to determine our own fates...

Since that is the given when it comes to any and all ethnic/racial groups:

Now what?

You tell me!
 

Khasm13

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i guess my words are invisible...
like 2 is only divisible by...1-2....1-2

like the beastie boyz said....u gotta fight for ur right to party...

of course the congo situation is different....i try not to state obvious ish....don't have time for it these days....

my distant relatives are going to have to fight for there own freedom....because when someone helps u...u r indebted to them....hence creating a secondary set of chains

look at the middle east...
i've said my peace in this thread and have nary another point to offer....

one love
khasm
 

Ankhur

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A few words of advice:

When ones does gain social awareness, it all seems and sounds easy and simple...

After awhile, when one's idealized viewpoints get challenged by any number of unexpected reality checks/wake up calls, i. e., as in however much one is inspired by the glorious history of our african ancestors, some of their present day descendants antics ad naseum are confusing and dumbfounding, etc., then you will have to contrast what you chose to believe with what you have found out to be true...

The last movements struggles were to reclaim our right to determine our own fates...

Since that is the given when it comes to any and all ethnic/racial groups:

Now what?

You tell me!
new strategies new ideologies,

and looking at the situation in logical and dispassionately pragmatic terms
what other path is there for the race but Black nationism and Pan Africanism?
 

chuck

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Khasm
i guess my words are invisible...

like 2 is only divisible by...1-2....1-2

like the beastie boyz said....u gotta fight for ur right to party...

of course the congo situation is different....i try not to state obvious ish....don't have time for it these days....

my distant relatives are going to have to fight for there own freedom....because when someone helps u...u r indebted to them....hence creating a secondary set of chains

look at the middle east...
i've said my peace in this thread and have nary another point to offer....

one love

Chuck:

Some will respond....

Others will just react...

Some will continue to believe what they want to believe...

Others appreciate the truth your words etc. reflect and will do what they gotta do to move us and our people forward again...

You can only do so much...

And others consider that a given too...

So keep on keeping on!

:toast:
 

jamesfrmphilly

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tru, tru, tru.......

When ones does gain social awareness, it all seems easy and simple...​

and this trips up many a well meaning brother including myself.
its hard to realize that others may not see what you can see. it makes you get frustrated.
you can start hating. that is a test. can you deal with those who are still caught up in the matrix?
 

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