What is History?

Listen Siblings, I come in peace, “Knowledge is consciousness of reality. Reality is the sum of the laws that govern nature and of the causes from which they flow.” — KMT Proverb The following article is a real treat.  It’s the complete answer to “What is History?” with “The Allegory of the African Grain.”  ShareContinue reading “What is History?”

The Philosophical Basis of Racial Separation 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 Racial Separation; 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. Continue reading “The Philosophical Basis of Racial Separation and the Means to Achieve it”

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. Continue reading “The Philosophical Basis of African Liberation and the Means to Achieve it.”

The Science of Struggle

Listen Siblings, I come in peace, “If our people listened there would be no struggle.” — Onitaset Kumat I have personally collected over 200 email addresses to subscribe readers to this site.  Most heard me insist on their subscription, but few listened, and even fewer listened to when I insisted that the articles be shared. Continue reading “The Science of Struggle”

The Introduction to African Blood Siblings

Listen Siblings, I come in peace, “What is Morality?” The above question is unanswered by any race of people until now.  Before March of 2011, ancestral aid guided me to correctly answer this ancient enigma.  In March of 2011, I wrote this speech–I was twenty-two.  We as a people need to expand our horizon.  StudyContinue reading “The Introduction to African Blood Siblings”