Black People : Why Have No Confidence in a Plan for Our Liberation?

Natinr

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Garvey was not ONLY talking about returning to Afirca, but also collective economics weresoever we are;
without te ability to broadcast on a a television or a radio
Malcom gave us a blueprint;
without using a computer
and Chancelor Wiliams gave us "The Plan"
when we had 300 billion less then we have today;
and without the aid of a cell phone,
so since we have not used these healing mechanisms, do we say they are of no effect,
or do we REREAD these HOLY BOOKS and start to mark out our emancipation!
 
Natinr said:
Garvey was not ONLY talking about returning to Afirca, but also collective economics weresoever we are;
without te ability to broadcast on a a television or a radio
Malcom gave us a blueprint;
without using a computer
and Chancelor Wiliams gave us "The Plan"
when we had 300 billion less then we have today;
and without the aid of a cell phone,
so since we have not used these healing mechanisms, do we say they are of no effect,
or do we REREAD these HOLY BOOKS and start to mark out our emancipation!

Right on! my brother, Marcus Garvey was the first powerful brother who's plan was implemented on a monumental level. The brother had fleets of ocean liners transporting us back home his ideas and prophecy were felt from here to Africa. This is the plan to follow in my opinion because he didn't just unite us collectively, his plans were actually carried out right up to his death.
His plans were about action in full throttle.

The others took off from what he left behind which is what a true working plan should do spill over unto generations until it is accomplished But, what happened is Garvey's no non sense, by any means necessary plan kinda kindled down each time the ball was passed until you have what we have now, nothing.

We don't even have leaders emulating these great masters and aspiring to be as great as they were by implementing and putting into action what they left behind for us.

I have their books which touches my afican soul but where are the movements. I remember the 60s and 70s and we were a force to be reckoned with I mean we shook the ground with our vibrational energy all aimed in one direction collectively. We had our own black world that we would stay in and deal with each other on a black family level. We were out in the community all the parks stayed filled with us getting our soulful groove on and giving great respect to oneanother. There wasn't any guns or drug addicts or alcoholics in our venues. We're pittiful now. Weren't no brothers all passive in religion back then, brothers and sisters left the churches to be in the movements and the struggle for black power and it is with killing our leaders and emerging the church in the place of our fight for liberation is what put out the flame we once carried with black pride.

Respectfully

Transform
 
Thank you brother!!!!!!

transform said:
Right on! my brother, Marcus Garvey was the first powerful brother who's plan was implemented on a monumental level. The brother had fleets of ocean liners transporting us back home his ideas and prophecy were felt from here to Africa. This is the plan to follow in my opinion because he didn't just unite us collectively, his plans were actually carried out right up to his death.
His plans were about action in full throttle.

The others took off from what he left behind which is what a true working plan should do spill over unto generations until it is accomplished But, what happened is Garvey's no non sense, by any means necessary plan kinda kindled down each time the ball was passed until you have what we have now, nothing.

We don't even have leaders emulating these great masters and aspiring to be as great as they were by implementing and putting into action what they left behind for us.

I have their books which touches my afican soul but where are the movements. I remember the 60s and 70s and we were a force to be reckoned with I mean we shook the ground with our vibrational energy all aimed in one direction collectively. We had our own black world that we would stay in and deal with each other on a black family level. We were out in the community all the parks stayed filled with us getting our soulful groove on and giving great respect to oneanother. There wasn't any guns or drug addicts or alcoholics in our venues. We're pittiful now. Weren't no brothers all passive in religion back then, brothers and sisters left the churches to be in the movements and the struggle for black power and it is with killing our leaders and emerging the church in the place of our fight for liberation is what put out the flame we once carried with black pride.

Respectfully

Transform
Your name says it all!!!!!!!!!!
That should be onthe sweatshirts of our youth instead of symbols of death!!!!

The problem as Francis Cress Welsing put it ,
We discuss a problem and just when we come toa solution by consensus, we blocthe progress and do a cycleback and discuss the problem again.
(or now it is called, old news)
 

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