In the Service of our Ancestors and African Love,
Listen Seeker, I come in peace,
“Hence when all such inventions were already established, the sciences which do not aim at giving pleasure or at the necessities of life were discovered, and first in the places where men first began to have leisure. This is why the mathematical arts were founded in Egypt; for there the priestly caste was allowed to be at leisure.” — Aristotle
Aristotle, a European among Europeans, praises our Ancestral land for its inventiveness and what he describes as it’s all important creation of leisure. His descendants will go on to cast the entire world into perpetual servitude, where leisure, despite it’s supposed gift to the world, is withheld from the praiseworthy Race of Men, the Africans. As anciently instructed, “Popular beliefs on essential matters must be examined in order to discover the original thought.” Aristotle, as Europeans do, writes nonsense. Yet when we relate it to “The Parable of Sa-Asar” which describes the after-life we learn there’s a bit of merit to be salvaged.
The European admits leisure is not his forte, he admits invention is not his calling, he admits his social organization is inferior, he admits we are the fountain of genius. He is wrong that leisure is the difference between a genius and a fool; but returning to the Parable, one’s work must benefit oneself lest life and the after-life will be punishing. It’s not leisure which makes genius but working for one’s self or as the example of our ancestors testifies one’s Race.
The punishment of our modern enslavement, where we work for other Race’s, nearly manifested in the following example, though as I am fully opposed to slavery, wages notwithstanding, I saved an artifact for our Race’s further uplift. It was two years ago when Dr. Leonard Jeffries went on Community Cop to discuss Malcolm X with Michael Greys. The show had no archive and no one in the last two years, far as I know, has recorded the show and put it on public display for the good of the Race. No one but myself.
The European hits me with the same bills that he does you. In advocating for African Independence, the soldiers have not stepped to the plate completely enough yet. In our Ancestral tradition Priests and Sba (Wisdom Teachers) were provided for; archivists and griots were supported. I have faith in you, African people. I hope my request for donations and recruits is heard. A better tomorrow can be created if only we work in earnest for it.
Dr. Jeffries on Community Cop (5/17/11) — Subject: Malcolm
Posted to Youtube by Onitaset Kumat
With permission from Michael Greys
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