Monthly Racial Progress Report — January 2013

Listen Siblings, I come in peace,

“Hide nothing from the masses of our people. Tell no lies. Expose lies whenever they are told. Mask no difficulties, mistakes, failures. Claim no easy victories.” — Amilcar Cabral

John Edward Bruce (1865-1924)

This January was a Homage to John Edward Bruce.  I copied several quotations from The Selected Writings of John Edward Bruce: Militant Black Journalist during a visit to the Brooklyn Public Library (the book has since been missing).  Philosopher Dallas Newton and I wrote ten thematic articles reintroducing our noble Ancestor to his noble Descendants.  His message resounds: Organize.

As per Cabral I’ll be honest.  The African Blood Siblings needs more Philosophers and Scientists from more Countries and Communities.  As stated elsewhere, “Warfare starts with a recruitment of people and ends with an exposure to the enemy. Somehow we don’t recruit, arm, organize, train, lodge, etc; but we’re shocked that our exposure is to our demise.”

Monthly Racial Progress Reports shows the difficulties of Liberation; but this should be the last Report.  Donate more, Write more, Share more and Apply.  That’s the Bottom Line.  Subscribe, share, love.

Monthly Racial Progress Report — January 2013
By Onitaset Kumat

Political Progress Report

  1. Racial Progress in Self-Determination
    • No New Units of Organization this month. A Unit composes Thirteen Africans whom balance one another in Political, Economical and Cultural Knowledge assuring Collective Action that progresses Racial Independence in Food, Clothing, Shelter and Consciousness.
    • No New African Blood Siblings Community Centers (ABSCC) this month. An ABSCC is a Community Center to reconnect African people into an African environment which serves as the foundation for a Prosperous, Independent African Community.
  2. Racial Progress in Society
    • Estimated: Between 900 – 1,800 Readers from over 80 countries.
    • 15 New Subscribers this month. 166 in total with 20 from Tumblr.
    • 5 New Commenters this month: Gat Turner, akinnioyo, rachel, g7vgg, The Sanity Inspector.
    • Other commenters this month were veronica (US), sittinducks (US), omalone1 (UK), Kushite Prince (US), diaryofanegress (US), Qhamani (SA). All are great friends to the Newsletter. I am thankful to all for their continued support.
    • Contributors this month were Dallas Newton (“Struggle for ‘Equality’?” by Dallas Newton)

Economical Progress Report

    1. Racial Progress in Production
      • “Maroon and Build For Self” didn’t have any online customers this month. “Maroon and Build For Self” is the pamphlet which challenges European Mis-Education while helping to sustain the African Blood Siblings Newsletter.
      • The sale of African Blood Siblings literature had to be done on the streets.
    2. Racial Progress in Value
      • The African Blood Siblings had one online donor this month. I extend my appreciation to this Sister. Thanks so much! You give me strength!
      • Other donations for the ABS were collected on the streets.

Cultural Progress Report

  1. Racial Progress in Identity
    • No new quiz results this month. The Quiz is an open-ended assessment of how one thinks and how one could play a role in a Unit of Organization.
    • Ancestral Recognitions were numerous.  Most significantly deference was given John Edward Bruce.
  2. Racial Progress in Sex
    • No new applicants this month. An Applicant is someone who expresses interest in joining the African Blood Siblings to create Racial Independence in Food, Clothing, Shelter and Consciousness.
    • No new membership this month. Membership pertains to those who are qualified for a Unit of Organization as discerned by the Quiz, an Interview and Readership.

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