The Philosophical Basis of African Liberation and the Means to Achieve it.

Listen Siblings, I come in peace,

“Spiritual Capital is the means towards and ends of racial asili.”Philosopher-King Onitaset Kumat

We need a Philosophical Basis for African Liberation; lest our struggle will be fruitless.  Study the following–it’s complicated but correct–it will give you more wisdom than the world has heretofore offered you.  Embrace it.  With this, all opposition or reluctance on your liberation can and will be vanquished.  This is your very spirit.

In 2010, I published the book enumerating morality, immorality, amorality and irrationality as derived from “The Law of Morality:” Morality is the use of Military Capital against Immorality, the use of Military Capital in want of Civil Capital. Military Capital, generally defined as “the means towards and ends of thievery,” is limited to four types: Mobilization, Valuation, Ruination and Limitation. Civil Capitals are limited to seven: Intellectual Capital, Social Capital, Human Capital, Physical Capital, Sexual Capital, Cultural Capital, and Spiritual Capital. In 2010, “Spiritual Capital” was undefined. Only in 2012, after defining “race,” was “Spiritual Capital” defined; the Civil Capitals are the means towards and ends of self-determination, society, value, production, sex, identity, and racial asili, respectively. This begs to question, what is amorality and irrationality? Amorality is exchanges of Civil Capital for Civil Capital, as between those morally capable (simply, those capable of ‘theft.’) Irrationality is exchanges of Capital, as with one morally incapable. Spiritual Capital is the highest of the Civil Capitals and exchanges between it and another Civil Capital are the most complementary: This is Spiritual Amorality; the Ideal Amorality. Spiritual Capital is also the only Civil Capital that’s race-specific; otherwise morality, the aim, in challenging immorality, toward the balance of amorality, is universal.

In examining the Spiritual Capital of Africans, Restorism, the Philosophical Basis of African Liberation is established.  Subscribe, share, love.

The Philosophical Basis of African Liberation and the Means to Achieve it.
By Philosopher-King Onitaset Kumat

In the above exposition it is stated “Spiritual Capital is the highest of the Civil Capitals and exchanges between it and another Civil Capital are the most complementary.”

As Spiritual Capital is “the means towards and ends of racial asili (or ideology,)” it’s upon us to explore what the racial asili of African people is. A quick reference to the page on “Originals” shows how “Restorism” is the African racial asili. In the finest detail, Restorism derives from the African historical beginning of cohabitation with the Creator. For our purposes, Restorism is restoring Africa and African people to their former grandeur; for example, when they literally walked with the Creator. This is the pathway we all intrinsically follow, that the African Blood Siblings alone explicitly treads.

To establish the Philosophical Basis of African Liberation, we need to look upon desirable Spiritual Amorality (Civil Capital exchanged for Spiritual Capital) closely. Generally, Spiritual Amorality resembles exchanges toward the restoration of Africa and African people.

Repeated, the seven Civil Capitals are Intellectual Capital, Social Capital, Human Capital, Physical Capital, Sexual Capital, Cultural Capital, and Spiritual Capital.

For language purposes, the “ideal Civil Amorality” is the Civil Capital exchanged for Spiritual Capital.

Therefore, the ideal Intellectual Amorality is Intellectual Capital exchanged for Spiritual Capital: When the African in question’s self-determination (moral capacity) is directed toward the restoration of African people. For instance, maintaining a strictly African moral compass. Ergo, never aimlessly (without restoration in mind) warring for Europeans or Asians.

The ideal Social Amorality is when the African in question’s society is directed toward the restoration of African people. For instance, maintaining a strictly African company. Ergo, never aimlessly (without restoration in mind) befriending Europeans or Asians.

The ideal Human Amorality is when the African in question’s value is directed toward the restoration of African people. For instance, directing one’s resourcefulness strictly to Africans. Ergo, never aimlessly (without restoration in mind) working for Europeans or Asians.

The ideal Physical Amorality is when the African in question’s production is directed toward the restoration of African people. For instance, directing one’s resources strictly to Africans. Ergo, never aimlessly (without restoration in mind) doing away with our resources for Europeans or Asians.

The ideal Sexual Amorality is when the African in question’s sex is directed toward the restoration of African people. For instance, propagating strictly with Africans. Ergo, never aimlessly (without restoration in mind) reproducing with Europeans or Asians.

The ideal Cultural Amorality is when the African in question’s identity is directed toward the restoration of African people. For instance, propagating strictly positively for Africans. Ergo, never aimlessly (without restoration in mind) perpetuating self-hatred for Europeans or Asians.

Therefore Spiritual Immorality and Spiritual Morality have a plethora of meanings. Two representative meanings applied to African people are Spiritual Immorality as an imbalancing force, involving the valuation of Tribalism or Contractualism, European and Asian asili, respectively, above Restorism, African asili; and Spiritual Morality, as a balancing force, involving the valuation of Restorism above Tribalism and Contractualism for Africans.

In this the African Blood Siblings (ABS) is the only organization that provides the means toward African Liberation seeing how African Liberation entails African restoration through the Ethical Standard only the ABS in the person of Onitaset Kumat has defined. Not only is the ABS the only organization with the necessary consciousness, the ABS is the only organization promoting that consciousness. Meaning, the ABS is the only organization for you to actively apply to.

People like you have stood up to create African Blood Siblings Community Centers (ABSCC) where they are. These centers offer a range of consciousness development spanning the four sciences of liberation: Philosophy, Sociology, Ecology, and Psychology. Philosophy generally covers the Capitals as outlined here; particularly Morality and Ideal Amorality. Sociology goes into depth with the Intellectual and Social Capitals; Ecology, Human and Physical Capitals; Psychology, Sexual and Cultural Capitals. This consciousness development aims to make African people moral and complete; independent and interdepedent; resourceful and ‘resourced;’ salacious and sagacious. This restorative consciousness will solve the problems we have and create an international network of Prosperous, Independent African Communities (PIAC.)  It also aims to teach the immorality for Originals of other races: Their will to keep us dependent, impoverished and corrupted.

These African Blood Siblings Community Centers will solve the problems we have and create an international network of Prosperous, Independent African Communities.

This is known from conversations with the ancestors:

“The key to all problems is the problem of consciousness.”

When you apply to the African Blood Siblings (ABS) to establish an African Blood Siblings Community Center (ABSCC) where you are, you apply to restore the consciousness of our people and enable us to achieve the international network of Prosperous, Independent African Communities for which we advocate.

Disbelieve all you have heard otherwise. Your duty this day forth is to read the African Blood Siblings Newsletter, write to the leadership of the ABS, and rally twenty people in your age-grade to begin to establish an ABSCC in your neighborhood. The consciousness of your locality is a consequence of your activity.

Rise up you nobility! You have the Philosophical Basis of African Liberation! Assert the means to achieve it! Build! Build! Build an ABSCC where you are!

Let our ancestor Garvey finish it:

“Up you mighty race!
You can accomplish what you will!”

2 thoughts on “The Philosophical Basis of African Liberation and the Means to Achieve it.

    1. Onitaset Post author

      What’s strange is that this ‘idea’ was absent from African thought throughout the bulk of the modern age. We had no true Philosophical Basis. On the 9th of August I’m set to release quotations from “The Autobiography of Malcolm X.” One can learn from a cursory reading that rarely is Malcolm Pan-Africanist and more often than not he seeks ‘respect’ as a goal for African liberation. The goal for African liberation is Africa’s restoration, not whether Europeans hold you in high esteem! Garvey was guilty of aiming for “respect” too.

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