Listen Siblings, I come in peace,
“When the governing class isn’t chosen for quality it is chosen for material wealth: this always means decadence, the lowest stage a society can reach.” — African Proverb
African Nationalism (AKA Black Nationalism) must precede Pan-Africanism and it remains the only means to African Power (AKA Black Power.) However African Nationalism is near Universally misunderstood. A Nation is an Organization. As an Organization it has Complementary Advantageous Roles. In a Nation these are called Classes. The rest of the discussion comes from Ancient Wisdom and calls for your Assistance in African Nationalism. “There grows no wheat where there is no grain.” No one will give you Power. You must create it. The African Blood Siblings is the Organization for African Power. Subscribe, share, love.
Of Understanding and Benefiting From African Nationalism
By Onitaset Kumat
Wheresoever Greed rules, it compels men and women into Slavery. For Greed’s perception of Peace involves the endless Seeking of Possessions and when Greed Governs it immoderately takes from the Governed. This causes Poverty and “Poverty is Slavery.”
As a Chicken on a farm perceives itself as receiving the best medical care, the best food, the cleanest water and the easiest life; so too does the African in America as compared against other Africans. Yet though at a Farmer’s whim a Chicken can become dinner, the Chicken is more Powerful on a Farm than an African is in America. The African in America perceives herself Blessed to be Exploited, constantly convinced that things are getting better and this nation is the greatest in the world. Christopher Jordan Dorner himself, rejected by Europeans then burned to death in his Cabin, wrote in his Manifesto, “This is America. We are not a perfect sovereign country as we have our own flaws but we are the closest that will ever exist.”
Malcolm X left a legacy of Wisdom behind. Here he speaks directly to this theme,
“You tell me what kind of country this is. Why should we do the dirtiest jobs for the lowest pay? Why should we do the hardest work for the lowest pay? Why should we pay the most money for the worst kind of food and the most money for the worst kind of place to live in? I’m telling you we do it because we live in one of the rottenest countries that has ever existed on this earth. It’s the system that is rotten… It’s a system of exploitation, a political and economic system of exploitation, of outright humiliation, degradation, discrimination-all of the negative things that you can run into … under this system that disguises itself as a democracy …And you run around here getting ready to get drafted and go someplace and defend it. Someone needs to crack you up ‘side your head.”
The Trinity of Liberation is Politics, Economics and Culture. These Correspond to the Three Complementary National Classes: The Peace Seeking Class, the Possession Seeking Class and the Consciousness Seeking Class, respectively. The Cooperation of these Classes form Nations, where Nations are the sole expressions of Power. As such African Power comes from African Nationalism which comes from the Cooperation of African Peace, Possession and Consciousness Seekers. Today Africans, especially in America, Cooperate with European Peace, Possession and Consciousness Seekers. This is European Nationalism. Not only the wrong Nationalism, but the Empowerment of those Chancellor Williams describes as “the implacable foe, the traditional and everlasting enemy of the Blacks.”
Unbeknownst to most, there are Two Nations in America. An African Nation and a European Nation, of which the latter is Powerful and the former, Powerless. Their Power directly relates to whom participates in their National Classes. Today, most Africans participate in and identify with European Peace, Possession and Consciousness Seekers. For instance, European Law Enforcement, European Businesses and European Government, respectively. Hence most Africans are unwitting European Nationalists. However in that participation in and identifying with African Peace, Possession and Consciousness Seekers is the requirement to African Nationalism, African Power is achievable within a Generation. This is the mission of the African Blood Siblings.
Marcus Garvey articulated on the benefits of Power: “The only protection against INJUSTICE in man is POWER—Physical, financial and scientific.” Power also decides who will get the Food, Water, Medicine and Energy when any become scarce. Frederick Douglass commented on the theme admirably, “The limits of tyrants are prescribed by the endurance of those whom they oppress.” That People can Enslave People is itself a testament to Power. That People can remove their shackles is another testament. Power is National–Nations are Classes. African Nationalism as articulated by the African Blood Siblings can Liberate African people. Africans need only Apply. The Ancients had said, “Peace is the fruit of activity, not of sleep,” and “There grows no wheat where there is no grain.” John Edward Bruce put it, “A strong nation has never in all its history voluntarily weakened itself by making weak races their successful rivals in the game for power.” Marva Collins get’s the last word, “Determination and perseverance move the world; thinking that others will do it for you is a sure way to fail.”