Cultural Consciousness: The “Missing Link” for Black Empowerment?

Not too long ago, I had the occasion to meditate on the following problem of Afrikan nationalist community organizing: How do we sustain a national identity and will-to-power that can last for generations without running the risk of dissipation due to exhaustion or the seductive, attractive pull of opposing political, economic, personal, etc., desires and interests? Interests which could undermine the group’s cohesion. How do we sustain—without a formal political structure separate and distinct from the American (or non-Afrikan) government—a nation-within-a-nation which doesn’t have the luxury of formal legal and overall governmental structures as do nation-states?

But soon after, I realized that I already knew the answer; or more precisely, I had come across it in Wilson’s work. The answer is simple: Black consciousness! That is, Afrikan-centered cultural consciousness!

In the fourth chapter of Blueprint for Black Power, Wilson dedicated four sections to the discussion of his theory of consciousness—based on his other theory/model of its functional elements–as a mechanism of social control and cultural power. In the third of four, he explained the concept of group consciousness in the following way:

If the sets of values, modes of thinking, beliefs, and much more which define and direct an individual’s consciousness are shared by or are compatible with other individuals who mutually consider themselves to be members of a distinct group; who socially and behaviorally interact in order to achieve mutually desired ends; who initiate and regulate their individual interest in accordance with the interests of the group of which they are members; who identify many of their personal interests with interests of the group of which they are members; and who see membership in their group as vitally important to achieving both personal and group aims, then it may be inferred that they have generated and share in group consciousness.

Blueprint for Black Power, p. 94.

So a group consciousness is present when a group shares a common set of relevant directional-organizational orientations, mental-behavioral instrumentalities, and factual-experiential contents (Wilson, 1998).

Cultural consciousness, he defined in this way:

To the degree that such groups have formed as the result of a shared common social history, a shared or common ancestry and ethnicity; have been socialized according to the same or similar social practices as prescribed by the same or similar institutions; have been trained and motivated to act and interact in ways which maintain and advance the interests of the larger society, it can be inferred that they participate in sharing a cultural consciousness.

The distinguishing factor(s) between group and cultural consciousness is not merely the scope or size of the group, but the presence of a “common social history, a shared or common ancestry and ethnicity”; and whether or not they “have been socialized according to the same or similar social practices as prescribed by the same or similar institutions”.

In a lecture most know as Blueprint for Black Power (and in the book, itself), Wilson argued that culture was a means of creating consciousness through enculturation or acculturation. (In the lecture he also refers to them as possessing “spirits”.) Cultures socialize the consciousness of their members through what’s called the “socialization process.”

If this is true—and it is—then this means that not only is consciousness a potential mechanism for black self-control and empowerment, but that we can deliberately create it within ourselves through appropriate Afrikan-centered socialization. This brings me to the main point of the article.

Cultural consciousness is the means we need to facilitate large-scale organization and mobilization. We can’t expect to rely on institutional control measures (as a primary mechanism) since it would place too high a demand on our already severely limited human and institutional resources. (Our institutions and resources would be better utilize toward more programmatic ends.) We can’t have our political institutions be the major means by which we sustain group cohesion and identity. Instead, these have to come or arise “naturally” as a consequence of a collective cultural consciousness. In an earlier part of Blueprint, Wilson talked about the concept of “diffuse power” which arises out of “commonly held attitudes, values, and modes of behavior” (i.e., group or cultural consciousness), and which lays the basis for and “facilitates the conspiring of one group against another, without their conspiracy being deliberately planned and executed by any one person, group, or groups within them” (Wilson, 1998). In other words, cultural consciousness, once generated and shared, naturally brings about social cohesion. Thus all that is needed is its proper socialization and reinforcement through the kinds of institutions which will be responsible for these things. This is the kind of consciousness we need. And this is the kind we should strive to create!

In a later article I hope to discuss, in further detail, some of the minimum institutional means by which we can create/shape an Afrikan-centered group and cultural consciousness. But until then, feel free to check out the lecture I referenced in the article! It’s a classic! Also, please leave your comments and thoughts. Let’s build and discover together.

Main source: Blueprint for Black Power: A Moral, Political and Economic Imperative for the Twent-First Century. You can purchase the book at or your local black bookstore.

The Counter Racist Cul-de-sac

The Lumumba Afrika Report

This video points out the ridiculousness of being a “counter-racist codist”. The problem is not so much that these “victims” have a “code”, it is that they have misidentified the problem. Sure, “the problem is white people“, but we must use specific tools and strategies to defeat that problem. And it is not limited to just being cute and clever with the use of words. One needs organized group power to handle these IMAs and that is being demonstrated by nations like North Korea, China, Iran, and others. The following comment written by a previous viewer of the video says is plainly.

“So Fucking What! The white lady was right. This IS why they elected Trump and the (Asian) woman is not an American. She admitted it herself! Am I supposed the feel sorry for yet another white identified Asian woman trying her best to be an honorary…

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The Four Sovereignties

The Lumumba Afrika Report

We will begin a total renegotiation with the European Union in order to get back our monetary, legislative, territorial, and economic sovereignty” ~M. Le Pen, 2017

Do any groups of Afrikan people presently have these four sovereignties? Definitely not the Afrikans in the USA and other diasporas! I can say that with absolute certainty. It is also highly questionable for Afrikan “nations” on the continent. Why is that? But a more important question, why is it that no significant political party, political faction, constituency, or political block are campaigning for these fundamental Four Sovereignties? Yet the Euro-racists that well-meaning, liberal-identified Afrikans say practice global white supremacy unceasingly, are using these four sovereignties as an active political plank. Do they know something about national organization that we don’t or have forgotten?

Why are European political parties, one after the other threatening and actually delivering on threats…

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The Decline of an Empire: America’s Monetary Policy, Wars and the Petrodollar System (video & article)


U.S. and Saudi Relations Are Cracking (So is the Petrodollar)

If it hasn’t been on your radar recently, it should be.

The relationship between the U.S. and Saudi Arabia is at a crossroads. The new Saudi regime has proven to be unpredictable, if not downright reckless.

Witness how they wasted two months of planning and any chance of success at last weekend’s meeting in Doha, Qatar. In Doha, 16 major oil producers met to discuss a potential oil production freeze that would drive up oil prices. The Saudis torpedoed any deal since it would benefit Iran. Of course, higher oil prices would also benefit U.S. oil producers, many of whom are struggling to survive at current oil prices.

More tellingly, the Saudis recently threatened to dump $750 billion of U.S. assets, mostly U.S. Treasuries, if Congress passes a bill authorizing the release of sensitive information implicating Saudi Arabia in the 9/11 attacks. Such a move would send U.S. Treasuries plummeting and wreak havoc on financial markets.

President Obama opposed the release of the information. He flew to Saudi Arabia this week in part to reassure the Saudis it wouldn’t be released.

That’s why I laughed out loud when The New York Times reported, “It is unclear whether the dispute over the Sept. 11 legislation will be on the agenda for the talks.”

Are they kidding? I’d be shocked if it wasn’t first on the agenda.

U.S.-Saudi interests are diverging in many ways. And Saudi Arabia’s 40-year pact with the United States is on the verge of ending. What happens next will have ramifications for the dollar for decades to come.

Today, I show you why all signs point to a rapid deterioration in U.S.-Saudi relations, and what it means for the dollar.

Coming out of the Bretton Woods Conference at the end of World War II, all currencies were to be pegged against the dollar.

This wasn’t all about faith in the dollar, though. All of the other countries weren’t willing to let the value of their currencies fluctuate with the U.S. dollar.

The Bretton Woods agreement included the U.S. dollar being pegged to gold at a fixed rate. This meant that any U.S. dollars the other countries held could be converted into gold at that fixed rate at any time.

It gave everyone comfort that being pegged to the U.S. dollar was not a cause for concern.

The system created stability for nearly 30 years.

By the early ’70s, though, the writing was on the wall for this international gold standard system. The United States was not the beacon of financial stability it had been immediately after the Second World War.

The American debt level had soared with the Vietnam War requiring billions of dollars every month. The ratio of debt that the U.S. had relative to its gold reserves had increased by dramatic levels.

Other countries with significant dollar holdings were questioning whether the U.S. could support those dollars with gold as promised.

Many of them began cashing in those dollars for gold… as was their right. And the pace of those gold-for-dollars requests was accelerating.

With gold flying out of America’s vaults, something had to be done.

The seemingly obvious choice was for America to stop outspending its means and ease the concerns that other countries had about holding the dollar.

America’s leaders had something else cooking, and President Richard Nixon dropped a policy bombshell.

On Aug. 15, 1971, Nixon announced the end of the international gold standard. A pre-emptive strike on a massive gold run that the U.S couldn’t possibly make good on.

While Nixon put an end to the gold run, he created another problem. The value of the U.S. dollar was no longer based on the fact that gold underpinned it. The value of United States currency was supported only by the level of faith the rest of the world had in U.S. fiscal responsibility.

A level of faith that was already near a historic low.

Now, say what you will about Nixon and his administration, but what they did next was pure genius.

They devised a scheme that allowed the U.S to have all the benefits of having a fiat currency (money printing) without the usual side effects (hyperinflation).

Secretary of State Kissinger struck a deal with Saudi Arabia’s King Faisal for something Faisal desperately needed.


Military protection. From whom? From whomever the Saudis were having trouble with.

When you physically have in your possession something that every other nation desperately needs but doesn’t have (oil, of course)… you had better either have the biggest military presence on the planet…

Or an agreement with the country that does.

America’s promise of military support to Saudi Arabia was worth an immeasurable amount of money.

What could the Saudis offer in return that was of similar value without actually giving America oil?

The Saudis gave the United States the golden ticket.

A competitive advantage that would ensure America would be the world’s economic power for decades to come.

In exchange for protection, Saudi Arabia agreed to price all of its future oil sales in U.S. dollars and no other currency. If any country wanted to buy oil from Saudi Arabia, they would first have to buy U.S. dollars in order to make the transaction.

When Nixon took the dollar off the gold standard, it meant that its value would now be determined by supply and demand.

By agreeing to price its oil only in dollars, the Saudis ensured that there would forever be an enormous amount of growing demand for U.S. dollars.

The petrodollar was born.

With the biggest exporter nation agreeing to price its oil in U.S. dollars, everyone else followed in line.

Iran, Iraq, Kuwait and Venezuela all came on board. Qatar, Indonesia, Libya and the rest of what is now OPEC did too.

Once the entirety of OPEC was transacting in U.S. dollars, it became how oil is priced everywhere. For the oil-importing nations of the world, it meant…

No U.S. dollars, no oil.

Economies run on oil. Going without is not an option. This created an incredible demand every day for U.S. dollars — demand that would grow just as demand for oil does. Each and every year.

Currently, roughly 94 million barrels per day of oil are consumed. Even at $50 per barrel, that creates $4.7 billion of dollar demand in a day. Over the course of an entire year, that is $1.7 trillion of dollar demand.

At $100 per barrel, it is double that… $3.4 trillion!

Nixon made it so the U.S. dollar was supported by the planet’s incredible thirst for oil. The deal with the Saudis firmly established the U.S. dollar as the reserve currency for the world.

And allowed the United States and its citizens to create a much higher standard of living than would otherwise have been possible.

Let’s consider how America has benefited from the petrodollar…

Oil being priced in dollars creates an artificial demand for dollars. Additionally, because global oil demand increases each and every year, so too does the demand for dollars.

If demand for dollars increases, so too does the need for a greater supply of dollars.

Which is the real key to why the petrodollar has been so huge for America.

It provided the American federal government the green light to expand the money supply.

And do so without repercussions.

Every country with its own currency has the ability to increase its money supply. For most countries, though, printing money brings with it the major side effect of inflation.

More money in the system chasing the same assets drives up the price of those assets.

The petrodollar system allows the American government to get around this, because as it increases the supply of money, that money goes overseas to the foreign countries that need U.S. dollars to purchase oil.

By being able to spend more without fear of consequence, the U.S. obtained a big advantage. The standard of living for every American is higher as a result of this. The government can spend more on everything.

The might of the American military owes a debt of gratitude to the Nixon administration. As does each and every government program.

Most Americans think they pay too much in income tax. But it would be much worse without the ability of the country to continually increase the supply of money.

The petrodollar has also done wonderful things for asset prices in the United States.

With an ever-increasing quantity of dollars in circulation outside the country, many of them end up returning, bidding up the value of real estate, American stocks and bonds.

Instead of creating inflation in consumer items that only the American citizen purchases every day…

Most every American is richer on paper because of those inflated asset prices.

The demand for U.S. debt instruments is particularly inflated because of the petrodollar system.

With a constantly robust demand for U.S. government debt, the country has been able to maintain unusually low interest rates.

And spend, spend, spend…

Three news items in the past week are pointing to a quickly deteriorating relationship between Saudi Arabia and the United States:

Sign #1 — The U.S. Senate is considering a weapons export ban or limitation on Saudi Arabia — with bipartisan backing — this is a break from decades of support in this area.

Remember, it is military support that was the carrot that the U.S. dangled in front of the Saudis, which enabled the petrodollar in the first place. Without U.S. military support, what is holding the Saudis back from accepting the Chinese yuan for oil?

Sign #2 — A bipartisan bill is being considered in U.S. Congress that could prove a connection between Saudi Arabia and the 9/11 attacks. The Saudis have hundreds of billions of dollars in U.S. assets that could be exposed to liability stemming from this… so this is a very aggressive move. The Saudis can’t allow their assets to be frozen by U.S. courts.

Sign #3 — A meeting between Obama and the Saudi king to talk about “the economy.”

The timing is certainly interesting, to say the least. Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir last month took a message personally to Washington. That message was simple: If you continue down the road with this 9/11 legislative bill, then Saudi Arabia is going to pull its $750 billion in assets and turn your financial world upside down.

I don’t know how feasible such a mass liquidation would be, but if attempted, it would certainly be disruptive to markets and currencies, to say the least.

With the rise of China and India continuing in the coming years, the Saudis do have more options for protection than they did back in the Nixon/Kissinger era. And back then, the U.S. was the only real market for Saudi oil. Now all future growth in oil demand will be coming from Asia making the U.S. even less important in Saudi eyes.

We could very well be nearing the end of the 40-plus year run of the petrodollar. If we are, I would not want to be holding U.S. Treasuries… although with current interest rates I don’t want to be holding them anyway.

Negative interest rates, a near-decade of easy money fiscal experimentation and now this. My desire to own hard assets is not diminishing…

Regards, Jody Chudley

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Practical Afrikan Philosophy 101: Love vs. Hate

By Sis. Yofiwaa Kyekye

A principle is an underlying law required in a system of thought; a rule or law concerning the functioning of natural phenomena or mechanical processes. It is not necessary for one to have knowledge of, believe, understand or accept the existence of a principle for it to function the way it is designed to function; nor does the principle have the capability of demonstrating any emotional reaction to a circumstance brought about as a result of the invocation of that principle – it just is. You do not have to believe that you will die if you jump off a 30 story building without appropriate gear – you just will – and the principle doesn’t take note that you have a family that depends on you before you are allowed to hit the ground. For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. What goes up must come down.

The principle of polarity is a system of complementary opposing characteristics residing on the same pole. It is a tool, if properly understood, that is designed to help you bring about whatever state of existence you want to achieve at any given time. To achieve maximum benefit from invoking a principle of polarity, one must understand the attributes of it’s extremes, how to measure how much of either end you need to invoke to reach your desired outcome and how quickly you want that to happen. If one is holding a 6 foot pole sideways in their hands and the desired state of existence is to have it perpendicular to their body, they need to understand the extremes of directional polarity (up and down) within that state of existence (6 foot pole), how they relate to each other in that state of existence and begin to raise and/or lower either end to the appropriate degree until the pole is perfectly vertical. Ultimately it is a manipulation of energy. Expansive/contractive, positive/negative, aggressive/passive, receptive/resistant, logical/intuitive, hate/love; these are all examples of principle pairs of complementary oppositional polarity, or poles. Understanding how to affectively use and manipulate the energy of these principles of polarity will transform your life to whatever state of existence you desire. Not understanding how to affectively use and manipulate the energy of these principles of polarity will do the opposite.

Each polarity pole extreme can be categorized as an expansive end and a contractive end, with varying degrees of a mixture of both covering all the space in between, up to the midpoint which has an equal portion of both. For example with ‘temperature’ having an expansive end of hot and a contractive end of cold, one can achieve the desired state of existence by simply manipulating the amount of heat and coldness allowed into that setting. This principle applies regardless of the venue in which it’s applied (i.e. water, air, food, etc) and irrespective of who invokes it.

Positive and negative are well known complementary opposites. We use them affectively in mathematics, electricity, accounting, etc. We’re taught how they function independent of each other, how they relate to each and the direction or measure of either that needs to be invoked to achieve the desired end result. If I want more I simply add to what I have (positive), and if I want less I subtract (negative). This concept is very easy to understand when applying it to the state of existence of ‘things’ but we tend to get a bit confused when trying to apply it in our lives to affect our own state of existence – individually and collectively. This is partly because this society mis-educates us to believe that in life positive is inherently good and something we should gravitate towards, while negative is inherently evil and something we should run away from despite the widely known understanding of the relationship between positive and negative in everything else. Positive and negative obviously not inherently good or inherently evil just as no other natural resource that is available to us; it is the use of the resource that will determine if the result will bring about a good or bad state of existence. So to bring about a desired state of existence it’s important to understand the current state of existence, the desired state of existence and how they relate to each other.

For example, one must add ([+], positive) heat to a state of existence to get to hot and subtract ([-], negative) heat from it to get to cold. If someone turns on a warm water faucet, adds ([+], positive) too much heat and stick their hand under it, they will be burned. Obviously this positive act is not inherently good nor does the degree of the burn demonstrate that heat is inherently evil. This less than desirable result is achieved because one didn’t understand the current state of the water and/or the relational action required to achieve the desired state of the water.

People also often and incorrectly classify ‘good and evil’ as the extremes of one polarity pole, which is absolutely untrue. If evil is defined as something that is inherently bad or wrong, then it’s polarity opposite (if it exists) would be something that is inherently good or right. If they are truly polarity opposites then the invocation of one within a state of existence will automatically cause the other to increase or decrease to some degree because they are in essence the same energy on the same pole of existence that consists of varying degrees of both extremes. But if something is inherently evil it doesn’t matter how much good you expose it to; it will never become inherently good.

Along this same line, we have been mislead into believing that love is innately right, good and of ‘god’ while hate is innately wrong, bad and of the ‘devil’; that it is consuming and requires great effort. In fact one of the foundational basis upon which pseudo-religion is manufactured is the battle between a personified good and a personified evil – neither of which exist. Even in the way that some indigenous religions are practiced today you’ll find measures of this belief. For example one will say that light will overcome the darkness but the truth is light has it’s time and purpose and so does darkness; they are not enemies of each other, they are complements. The invocation of love within a state of existence is just as capable of resulting in destruction as an invocation of hate. But love and hate are complementary opposing attributes and are neither innately good nor evil; they just are. Both are necessary, each having it’s own important ethical purpose, and neither principle standing alone is greater; as divinely demonstrated in the example of conception which requires at least one whole egg and at least one whole sperm. There is a time to love and a time to hate; a time to give and a time to take; a time to invoke peace and a time to invoke war; a time to heal and a time to kill.

Love and hate are considered opposing emotions, both of which are the catalyst that evokes an action/reaction. To love is to accept, embrace, nurture or grow; to hate is to refuse to accept, reject, break, or destroy. Hate is defined as “an emotion of intense revulsion, enmity, or antipathy for a person, thing, or phenomenon, generally attributed to a desire to avoid, restrict, remove, or destroy the hated object.…. hate is a rational reaction to people whose interests consistently conflict with one’s own. Hate is an emotion, hence it serves the protective mode of a person. People whose behavior threatens one’s own survival interests are to be hated, while people whose behavior enhances one’s survival prospects are to be liked or even loved*.” This is an objective look at hate, defined from the perspective of the ‘hater’, showing hate as an emotional reaction and an intelligent, rational response to abuse and/or abusers. Therefore exercising the appropriate measure of hate at the right time towards those people or things that threaten your survival is natural, healthy and intelligent; not consuming or self destructive as we are lead to believe. In fact, the reverse is destructive because it causes an internal battle within one’s self to suppress a natural reaction to a bad situation or state of existence.

The source of this destructive belief in love versus hate lays in the existence and practice of hedonism, whose root is in europe that proclaims pleasure and happiness as the most important personal pursuit in life and is the highest moral good. Understanding the relational component of polarity, those who manufactured hedonism aren’t concerned with nor accept responsibility for any less than desirable states of existence that is created in the lives of others as a result of this pursuit. In other words they are manipulating the principles of polarity inappropriately within this state of existence to achieve their hedonistic state of existence. And these are the authors of the pseudo-religions, their associated books and the characters in them.

Emotion is loosely defined as ‘an intense mental state that arises autonomically in the nervous system rather than through conscious effort, and evokes either a positive or negative psychological response.’ This simply means that there is an involuntary neurological response triggered by emotion that compels us to respond. The neurological reaction causes the release of hormones (i.e. epinephrine, pheromones, etc.) in response to an individual, a situation, circumstance, thought, belief, etc. Thus the function of emotion is to alert our faculties that something is occurring and we must prepare the appropriate principle response and implement it. In the case of danger, a cat demonstrates this entire explanation by an impulsive raise in their back and a hissing sound in preparation to strike. Emotion is also connected with our spirit (the essence of who we are) and can be intentionally or unintentionally invoked through internal stimuli (thoughts, impressions, views, etc.) or external stimuli (people interactions, experiences, observances, etc.). It manifests itself to the individual as a sense of urgency in their spirit that something must be done. An invocation of love can cause the release of pheromones which bring to us and radiate from us pleasant feelings, thoughts and/or behaviors upon which we feel compelled to act. More importantly it can cause us to lower our guard (relaxed mode). In contrast hate can cause the release of epinephrine (adrenaline) which bring to us and radiate from us less than pleasant feelings, thoughts and/or behaviors upon which we feel compelled to act, which causes us to raise our guard (protective mode). As you can see each of these examples are designed to work for the benefit of the individual (or whole) and both are absolutely, positively, without a doubt necessary and productive in the appropriate circumstance when applied correctly.

In our bodies, hate demonstrates itself constructively through the immune system. Our immune system has multiple levels of defenses that continuously work on our behalf to fight against bacteria and viruses we come in contact with. For example our lymphocytes (a type of white blood cell) are constantly patrolling the body on a ‘seek and destroy’ mission looking for cancerous cells. When one is discovered the lymphocyte immediately attacks it and sends a signal to the entire immune system to produce B and T cells to aid in the destruction/eradication of the invading cell. If love prevailed in this circumstance with the body embracing the cancerous cell, whether intentionally or unintentionally invoked, that would leave the body vulnerable to disease and ultimately death.

So clearly there is an appropriate need and use for love and hate and neither is innately better than the other. The best one to invoke at any given time is the one (in the right amount) that will yield the desired result – period. But out of our ignorance we elevate love and suppress hate. Unfortunately, suppressing it doesn’t exempt us from the autonomic nature of the emotion; hormones are still automatically released. If we do not appropriately act upon them, they simply build up over time and ultimately manifest themselves as an internal sickness within one’s personal body or an external sickness within the body of relationships we have in our lives. ‘The straw that broke the camel’s back’ is simply a build up of emotions that explode at an unexpected (and sometimes unwarranted) time and is usually directed towards those closest to us. This is the destructive, consuming aspect that we incorrectly apply to hate. But hate, in and of itself, isn’t consuming; ignoring or suppressing appropriately directed hate is. Proper exercising of hate frees us from this build up of emotions and it’s adverse consequences. Further, it forces us to confront the evils and injustices we face everyday. It is important to note that invoking the appropriate measure of either extreme of any polarity understanding each extreme, how they relate to each other and the desired state of existence one would like to achieve is key – being careful not to ‘over shoot’ or ‘over-correct’ one’s self in trying to achieve the desired state of existence.

But understand, it takes intelligence and courage to hate (reject) evil; especially in a society, community or family that don’t fully comprehend the importance of hate. Some people knowingly have pedophiles in their family and continue to exercise love towards this doer of evil by allowing them to continue to participate in family functions, even where children are included. The sad part about this kind of scenario is some family members will go so far as to defend the pedophile, condemning family members who speak out against them saying they shouldn’t judge. This is not only an inappropriate use of the love principle, but it’s clearly insane because it unnecessarily leaves the children open to potential abuse in the future. The appropriate reaction that will free a parent and the child from the long lasting internal battles that occur when someone sexually violates their child is to match the pedophilic crime (cancerous cell) with a comparable measure of hate (immune system). Such an event will act as a catalyst that will either force the pedophile to resolve their issues (at least around your children) or drive them away because they know there are consequences (reactions) for their inappropriate actions against children. In either case, the family remains functional and healthy (free of that disease), and the children are protected.

To achieve true freedom and balance within our life and in the life of our community we must begin to understand and be willing and able to intentionally invoke, correctly direct and appropriately exercise both love and hate, and all other principles of polarity, at the appropriate times. When we pick and choose to invoke one end of a polarity pole without fully understanding it’s characteristics, relationship with it’s polarity opposite and how it works we leave ourselves open to confusion and suffering without resolution. On the other hand when we work properly use them – on purpose – we can bring about whatever state of existence we desire.

There Is No White Privilege…….It’s Called Having POWER!!!!

Authentic African Vanguard

Power Can Only Persist Within A Specific Racial Group If All” Individuals Are Willing Participants. Power Has A Trickle-Down Effect, Some Have More Than Others, But All Hold A Unique Position Within it’s Structure.

The Fallacy Of The 1% Is To Cause Confusion. Yes, Their Are Very Wealthy IMA’s, But I Have Yet To See A Rich “Elite” Banker, A Vanderbilt Or A Rockefeller Type IMA Murder And Brutalize An African Woman,Man Or Child In The Street. In Fact All The IMA’s Attacking Africans Are Regular 9 To 5 Blue Collar Working IMA’s. Many Are Just Police Officers,School Teachers Etc.

The Bottom Rung IMA’s Are The Foot Soldiers That Carry Out Attacks On Africans The The Upper Echelon Of IMA’s The Upper class And Beyond Are The Lieutenants And Commanders Who Create And Make Laws So The Bottom Rung IMA’s Middle And Lower Class Can Murder Africans Inhumanely And…

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