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Actor Kevin Navayne to Star in New Marcus Garvey Film‏

Started by KWASI Akyeampong Apr 4. 0 Replies

ACTOR KEVIN NAVAYNE TO STAR IN NEW MARCUS GARVEY FILM -- PRODUCTION TO BEGIN IN FALL 2014…Continue

A Case Against Slavery Reparation - It's a "Pollyanna Proposal".

Started by SendMeYourNews. Last reply by Zhana Apr 2. 2 Replies

EDITOR, The Tribune:I see CARICOM thinks that as a group they have a legal case against the British-French-Dutch and…Continue

Tags: slavery, caricom, Reparation

West Papua: Benny Wenda, why Papuans refuse to vote in the Indonesian called elctions

Started by SendMeYourNews Mar 17. 0 Replies

      WE WILL NOT VOTE!In 2014 the Republic of Indonesia will try to hold elections…Continue

Bob Mugabe at 90 and Nyerere’s Legacy

Started by TheBlackList-Publisher Feb 27. 0 Replies

Mugabe and First Family prepare to cut the birthday cake. P CourtesyZimbabwe’s long…Continue

Ausar Auset Society Washington, DC to Enstool New Queen Mother, “Celebrating the Tradition of African Queens”

Started by TheBlackList-Publisher Feb 13. 0 Replies

  Ausar Auset Society Washington, DC to Enstool New Queen Mother The “Celebrating the Tradition of African Queens” ceremony and celebration for the enstoolment of Hem Shekhem Sanekhem Nerta EnKamit…Continue

In Trinidad and Tobago he's “Too black to be Prime Minister”: the shackles of mental slavery

Started by TheBlackList-Publisher Feb 13. 0 Replies

Of all the offensive – and unintelligent – statements made in the politics of the post-independence Caribbean, an assertion, that Dr Keith Rowley, the leader of the Opposition in Trinidad and Tobago,…Continue

Alik Shahadah, "Africa: The Loss of Cultural Ownership"

Started by TheBlackList-Publisher. Last reply by C. Earl Campbell DA 3rd Feb 13. 2 Replies

[by Alik Shahadah] One measure of the level of destruction on Africans globally is the mass dis-ownership of culture. From domain names to…Continue

Dr. Molefi Kete Asante: The Lingering Effects of Dislocation and the Prospects for an Afrocentric Victory (part1)

Started by SendMeYourNews Feb 11. 0 Replies

I have often reflected on the condition of Africans in the Americas, especially in North America, and have concluded that the social, economic, and cultural condition of our population is one of…Continue

Join the Pan African Collective to Support President Mugabe: It is time to Realize Pan Africanism!

Started by TheBlackList-Publisher. Last reply by Rev.Dr.Niinana Kweku Feb 7. 1 Reply

February 28, 2014, in Atlanta and BeyondIt is Mugabe Time, Mugabe Time is Garvey Time, It is time to Realize Pan Africanism!Join the Pan African Collective to Support Baba President MugabeThose who…Continue

Pan-Africanist Wisdom, 1791-2013: selection from Pan-Africanist thinkers since Boukman I by Chinweizu

Started by SendMeYourNews Feb 6. 0 Replies

Epigraphs:  The Husia teaches that we must emulate the excellence of our ancestors, studytheir wise teachings, great works and good deeds in everyday life, and struggle toembody and add to the legacy…Continue

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Africa
Comment by sajichyang on February 12, 2014 at 7:03am

NYMetro
Comment by Nefertari Ahmose on August 7, 2013 at 2:30am

From incidents happening in government, corporate and religious circle and the media who reports  it is apparent to me that the powers that be do not take nicely to Nefertari and what she stands for and more particularly the masses do not show much interest in what I expound. Hence, I am taking the exist.


Africa
Comment by Wabomba Kisongochi Butemboh on March 15, 2013 at 9:06am

The way out of this trickery is to unite and stand up to correct our mother lands idea. As long as our mother land stinks and is in intensive care unity for a half a century now; as the same imperial master feast on his riches, the white man will never respect us. We have to disengage the Afrikan mind from interpreting Afrikan life from the imperial master's mirror! The Afrikan creative and re-creative intelligence were brain washed and boxed into the colonial masters concept. That is why they have confused the Afrikan consumer intelligence to always interpret Afrikan live as seen through the colonial masters mirror. They have made the Afrikan child to be haters of his own Afrikan principles and for their sins, Afrika is destroying herself from within. Afrikans have to stand up to save Afrika! The imperial slave master isn't interested in Afrikans but Afrika.

Is their a permanent Vaccine to the retarded Afrikan idea? Yes! Find out in the Book;

"The Great Conspiracy, The Black gods of Afrika"

http://www.amazon.com/dp/1468181297, http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1468181297, http://www.amazon.fr/dp/1468181297, http://www.amazon.es/dp/1468181297 or http://www.amazon.es/dp/1468181297

The Great Conspiracy is a short letter to the Afrikan child in a parabolic tone. It is a poetic riddle and in sum proverb. Is there remedy to the Afrikan problem? Can the Afrikan equation be solved? For a half a century since flag independence knocked on the Afrikan hut, the Afrikan political elite and comrade in cola have not been watching the Afrikan grass grow; instead as leaders upon whose shoulders, salvation of the Afrikan child from colonial pharaoh's slavery; read colonial culture, traditions, instrument of thought and in sum colonial gods duly lay as Moses and his blood brother Aaron were to Israelis while leading them from the yoke of bondage down Biblical Egypt to the promised land; have been to busy staying alive. How can we watch the Afrikan grass grow using a foreign eye? "Lest there be any fornicator or profane person amongst us Afrikan brothers who for one morsel of food sold his inheritance. For we all know Afrikan comrades that Esau did and afterwards, when he wanted to inherit the blessings later, he was rejected, for he found no place for repentance, though he sought it diligently with tears" It is a social remedy which should be sought and or is found nearer home; from Afrikan own environment, culture and traditions. It cannot be external to us and it cannot be derived from a foreign alien environment because its tone will forever distort the Afrikan deed if it were derived from a foreign alien environment. This is because its spices will be foreign and not tied or derived from an Afrikan environment, traditions, beliefs, history and culture. LANGUAGE IS AN INSTRUMENT OF THE HUMAN THOUGHT. IT IS THE SOLE KNOWN INSTRUMENT OF IDEA FORMATION. PROVERBIAL WISDOM IS WISDOM OF CAUTION.


Asia
Comment by Shyam on August 20, 2012 at 2:01am

In the world,you need do for yourself,people come  only for voice .

http://www.buddhanepaltrek.com/


Europe
Comment by The Truth Hurts on April 13, 2012 at 12:27pm

The mind is a very powerful tool,

And for it to be used as an tool against one's self is nothing short of tragic... If we were to count how many petrified individuals exist in this perception of a reality, I for one am sure that it would be a case of literal shock horror (meaning) Psychic vampires steal energy, not blood they feed on negative thoughts, mainly fear.

If we as an African Race of people, proud race of people became brave and fearless for the right reasons and decided that enough was enough, and then borrowed and invested our time in ourselves without lies in our hearts and... Remembered what our roles are and were, (as our ancestors had intended), there wouldn't be room to doubting ourselves, let alone others. Trust would be at the very core foundation of our souls, and the true meaning of the coined phrase "Brothers Keeper" would taken on a whole new meaning and with it's implementation, I feel and know that it would take us far beyond the boundaries which have been set in place to keep us ignorantly separated from each other...

And then, all we could really do is...

GROW

Inner Peace Love from the Heart of Truth


Chicago-Midwest
Comment by Bomani Sadiki (aka..Ras Jahbo) on April 13, 2012 at 9:31am

As a Afrikan man living in dis time , afrikan consciousness is rare or misleading . Wat I did wuz go to an african country and try to connect . Purchasing land , building a home and finding afrikans dat would accept mi as a afrikan brotha . Its wat I saw as a close society . Language plays an important role in keeping it dat way as well as kulture . Dat in itself wuz a real learning process as well as a de-learning and re-learning . Most I learned wuz not altogether true . Afrikan on de continent  more out of touch as InI all over de planet . One has to really open de mind objectively and see wat gwan on . Live de life , stop talking it . Now someone tell now I can ship things to Africa in a reasonable amount of time and not cost mi a arm and leg . peace


NYMetro
Comment by Nefertari Ahmose on April 13, 2012 at 3:07am

The sure way out of the trickery is being presented with the truth, but we are a very brainwash people and so it is hard to digest. Firstly, I have to give credit to those who seek righteousness through religion. Applauded they must, but because there are so many different churches and denominations it is very hard to ferret out the truth. Also with the accomplishment of science we must give appaulse, but I am afraid that the foundation of science is not based on the truth neither is our religious base. I will tell you why. If we go back to the era before Christ we will see that our ancestors revered the creation much more than the Creator. The ancestors did not only revere one God. They revered many Gods. The ancestors did not only revere a son, but sons and daughters. The ancestors did not only revere the male divinity, the ancestors also revered the female divinity. They spoke of Gods and Goddesses. Therefore Akhenaten with his conviction towards one God led to monotheism which the Christians, Moslems and Jews made their foundation. King Tut'ankhamun, a boy king overthrew Akhenaten one God philosophy and restored the many God philosophy. But what happened to King Tut'ankhamun? He died young and became the Hero who a certain Lord and his wife in England for a better place sold to certain American entity the whole story of Tut'akhamun. We are in America so I think it is only appropriate for those who are the keepers of the life of King Tut would come forward and so instead of me telling the story I would reserve that for them to tell. I need for this bit of knowledge to surface so I can continue with the falsehood of both science and religion, though with good intentions.


NYMetro
Comment by Nefertari Ahmose on August 26, 2010 at 4:27pm
Freedom comes from the innermost control of oneself. Therefore it is what one does or involves oneself with that determines his freedom. Why are we not free? We are not free because we do not make day to day decisions that concern us as a people. We talk of providers, is it us that provide food for our table? Is it us who provide the curriculum for our children's education? Is it us who fund our own operations? Is it us in charge of our mental condition. We can go on and on with these questions and if in deed you answer yes, then in my mind you are a free human being with potentials to be great.

South
Comment by ms. gg owens aka QUEEN AKEBA on August 12, 2010 at 9:50am
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NYMetro
Comment by KWASI Akyeampong on February 22, 2010 at 12:50pm
Brother Ali Aminitu, I get that "Tricks are still, being played", so then, where do you we as a people go from here? What is the way out of the TRICKERY?

kwasi
 
 
 

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Discussion Forum

Actor Kevin Navayne to Star in New Marcus Garvey Film‏

Started by KWASI Akyeampong Apr 4. 0 Replies

ACTOR KEVIN NAVAYNE TO STAR IN NEW MARCUS GARVEY FILM -- PRODUCTION TO BEGIN IN FALL 2014…Continue

A Case Against Slavery Reparation - It's a "Pollyanna Proposal".

Started by SendMeYourNews. Last reply by Zhana Apr 2. 2 Replies

EDITOR, The Tribune:I see CARICOM thinks that as a group they have a legal case against the British-French-Dutch and Spain for “retribution” as a result of their…Continue

Tags: slavery, caricom, Reparation

West Papua: Benny Wenda, why Papuans refuse to vote in the Indonesian called elctions

Started by SendMeYourNews Mar 17. 0 Replies

      WE WILL NOT VOTE!In 2014 the Republic of Indonesia will try to hold elections in West Papua. We the Papuan peoples refuse to vote…Continue

Bob Mugabe at 90 and Nyerere’s Legacy

Started by TheBlackList-Publisher Feb 27. 0 Replies

Mugabe and First Family prepare to cut the birthday cake. P CourtesyZimbabwe’s long serving and first president Robert Mugabe aka…Continue

Ausar Auset Society Washington, DC to Enstool New Queen Mother, “Celebrating the Tradition of African Queens”

Started by TheBlackList-Publisher Feb 13. 0 Replies

  Ausar Auset Society Washington, DC to Enstool New Queen Mother The “Celebrating the Tradition of African Queens” ceremony and celebration for the enstoolment of Hem Shekhem Sanekhem Nerta EnKamit as an Ur Aua-t (Queen Mother) in the Washington, DC…Continue

In Trinidad and Tobago he's “Too black to be Prime Minister”: the shackles of mental slavery

Started by TheBlackList-Publisher Feb 13. 0 Replies

Of all the offensive – and unintelligent – statements made in the politics of the post-independence Caribbean, an assertion, that Dr Keith Rowley, the leader of the Opposition in Trinidad and Tobago, is “too black” to be Prime Minister, has to rate…Continue

Alik Shahadah, "Africa: The Loss of Cultural Ownership"

Started by TheBlackList-Publisher. Last reply by C. Earl Campbell DA 3rd Feb 13. 2 Replies

[by Alik Shahadah] One measure of the level of destruction on Africans globally is the mass dis-ownership of culture. From domain names to grocery stores in the African world communities, it…Continue

Dr. Molefi Kete Asante: The Lingering Effects of Dislocation and the Prospects for an Afrocentric Victory (part1)

Started by SendMeYourNews Feb 11. 0 Replies

I have often reflected on the condition of Africans in the Americas, especially in North America, and have concluded that the social, economic, and cultural condition of our population is one of abject dislocation and dismal disorientation. We are…Continue

Join the Pan African Collective to Support President Mugabe: It is time to Realize Pan Africanism!

Started by TheBlackList-Publisher. Last reply by Rev.Dr.Niinana Kweku Feb 7. 1 Reply

February 28, 2014, in Atlanta and BeyondIt is Mugabe Time, Mugabe Time is Garvey Time, It is time to Realize Pan Africanism!Join the Pan African Collective to Support Baba President MugabeThose who are waiting for the Garvey whirlwind must have the…Continue

Pan-Africanist Wisdom, 1791-2013: selection from Pan-Africanist thinkers since Boukman I by Chinweizu

Started by SendMeYourNews Feb 6. 0 Replies

Epigraphs:  The Husia teaches that we must emulate the excellence of our ancestors, studytheir wise teachings, great works and good deeds in everyday life, and struggle toembody and add to the legacy they’ve left. It states that the wisdom of…Continue

 

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