The Sbyt (Sebayit) of Onitaset Kumat

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A Collection of Proverbs for African-Nationalist Conflict-Resolution

In the Service of our Ancestors and African Love,
Listen Seeker, I come in peace,

“The seed includes all the possibilities of the tree.
The seed will develop these possibilities, however, only if it receives corresponding energies from the sky.” — African Proverb

Conflict between true African-Nationalists is a rarity; yet it is possible. Therefore African-Nationalists, particularly…

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#African-Nationalist Organizing  #Conflict-Resolution 
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Publications of the Garveys

Publications of the Garveys

In the Service of our Ancestors and African Love,
Listen Seeker, I come in peace,

“For the last ten years I have given my time to the study of the condition of the Negro, here, there, and everywhere, and I have come to realize that he is still the object of degradation and pity the world over, in the sense that he has no status socially, nationally, or commercially (with a modicum of exception in…

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#African Communities League  #Amy Ashwood Garvey  #Amy Jacques Garvey  #Marcus Garvey  #Tony Martin  #Unia  #UNIA-ACL  #Universal Negro Improvement Association 

Everybody’s Not Gonna Make It - KA’BA feat. Precise Science

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Precise Science (Ruff Mic) — Kemetaphysics

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"The Negro has lived with the slave
mentality too long. It was always ‘Jesus will
lead me and the white man will feed me.’
Black power is the only basis for unity now
among Negroes."
Black youth, Newark 1967 (via thesunatmidnight2)
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Black Victimhood: 6,000 Notes!

African-Nationalism: 2 Notes

Spread the word, we Victims!

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#Black people 
"Not only are whites kicking us; they are telling us how to react to being kicked."
Steve Biko (via thesunatmidnight2)
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Yosef Ben-Jochannan x Runoko Rashidi


Yosef Ben-Jochannan x Runoko Rashidi

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If the outright murder of Black men and women don’t Galvanize Black folks and make us come together and stop all the fuckery


then I dunno what to tell you.

This Bloody Summer should be enough for us to realize that we need to nationalize,become a collective.  The universe can’t offer no bigger sign. Black folks in West Africa droppin like flies from a disease that the United Snakes has a patent on.  Police and “vigilant” white men murdering Black people like it’s nothing. 

Joe what bigger sign are we needing in order for us as Black peopel to cease with the fuck shit?

Misconception, neither murder nor disease ‘galvanize’ a people.  Leaders ‘galvanize’ the people.  In every example of ‘murder’ or ‘disease’ White and Black leaders stepped into the forefront to ease or dissuade the masses.  In the case of murders, Police and Activists swore “we’ll get to the bottom of this.”  In the case of diseases, so-called Doctors and Politicians swore “we’re researching a cure.”  Black people were told “sit back, we got this” and we, the so-called African-Nationalists played along.  We can’t expect the masses to get up without leadership.  We can’t expect the farmer to set out to cure Ebola or even to dissect the lies or truths on Ebola.  It’s upon the African-Nationalists to step their game up and be more than folk waiting for ‘murder’ or ‘disease’ to Galvanize and to get out and “Galvanize” murders and diseases notwithstanding.  It’s waiting for the masses to get an idea in the heads of so-called African-Nationalists that’s killing our people. 

Like I told a follower, I could have easily complained about Black folk not having weekly meetings on ancestral wisdom.  But I went out and created those meetings.  That’s all the difference in the world.

Waiting for murder or disease to galvanize Africans is a pipe dream.  Either one organizes Africans or someone else will.

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Tahir RBG - Life’s Gone Down Low

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African-Nationalist Organizing

In the Service of our Ancestors and African Love,
Listen Seeker, I come in peace,

“African-Nationalism is not a School of Thought but an Organization of Action” — Onitaset Kumat

As long as we fail to recognize that African-Nationalism is more than a point-of-view and actually requires the claimant to involve him- or herself in organization, members of our Race are doomed to a lack of Nationhood…

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#African Nationalism  #African Nationhood  #African-Nationalist Organizing 
"Head wraps, new religions, Ancient Egypt photos everywhere and a stink attitude is not an evolution into consciousness; it is painting over cracks in the wall with a water based paint."
Source African Holocaust (via thesunatmidnight2)
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Lesson 1: Intelligence, Education, Universal Knowledge, and How to Get It (pp 1 - 18)

… part #4 of X cont’d …

How to Read

Use every spare minute you have in reading. If you are going on a journey that would take you an hour, carry something with you to read for that hour, until you have reached the place. If you are sitting down waiting for somebody, have something in your pocket to read until the person comes. Don’t waste time. Any time you think you have to waste put it in reading something. …

Read through at least one book every week, separate and distinct from your newspapers and journals. It will mean that at the end of one year you will have read fifty-two different subjects. After five years you will have read over two hundred and fifty books. You may be considered then a well read man or a well read woman and there will be a great difference between you and the person who has not read one book. You will be considered intelligent and the other person will be considered ignorant. …

Never forget that intelligence rules the world and ignorance carries the burden. Therefore, remove yourself as far away from ignorance as possible and seek as much as possible to be intelligent.

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