Arab Racism against Black Africans By NAIWU OSAHON

 
 
Arab Racism against Black Africans By NAIWU OSAHON

 Egypt is still so intimidated by its glorious Black African past that its Arab government would not allow thorough research into Egypt’s past. President Gamal Abdel Nasser falsified Egypti...an history when he declared Egypt an Arab Republic. Egyptian authorities refused to allow American film makers to make a film on the life of Anwar Sadat in Egyp...t on the ground that the actor chosen for Sadat’s role was black. When Morocco left the OAU in 1984, it aspired to become a member of the European Union.
In Egypt, Tunisia, Morocco, Algeria, Libya, Sudan, Somalia, Eritrea, Mauritania and the rest of the Arab world, Africans are treated as the scums of the earth. They are second-class citizens at the very best in their own countries. Blacks in these countries cannot aspire to positions of respect or authority. There are hardly Africans in high government positions in Arab governed African countries. Like Brazil, which is just as racially cruel against their black natives, there is no legislation favouring slavery (except in Mauritania). It is simply a way of life that’s all. Blacks do not really exist or at best are not humans.
Mauritania left the Economic Community of West African States to join the union formed by the Arab North African States. A few years ago, Mauritania sacked all black natives from their civil service positions. Black Mauritanians protest their plight to the African Union (AU) without receiving attention, because AU black leaders fear offending their Arab colleagues in the AU. In Mauritania, they have had to declare an end to slavery six times in this century alone, and still nothing has changed for the captive majority African natives. African slavery is still in their statute books. African slavery in Mauritania is what the on going quarrel between Mauritania and Senegal is about. The quarrel forced black African refugees to pour across the border from Mauritania into Senegal.
In Algeria, Arabs throw stones at black people, including diplomats, in markets and other public places. To quote Prof. Clarke, “Arabs always act as though they are not in Africa. Once when I was visiting Egypt, I told my Egyptian Arab host to get a cab ready for the next morning that I was going to Kenya. ‘So you are going to Africa to visit your people? We got no diseases here, why are you leaving us?” the host asked. Even across the Red Sea, in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, blacks are treated worse than animals, after using their life’s savings to go there on pilgrimage.
Hundreds of blacks who have lived all their lives in Saudi Arabia are being repatriated daily right now, after loosing an arm or leg for some minor or trumped up offense and without regard for their comfort, welfare or rights. Racism towards black Moslems in Saudi Arabia is so strong it makes one wonder if making pilgrimage to Mecca should be one of the five pillars of the Muslim faith, and why blacks bother to be Muslim.
Col. Gadhafi saw vicious white racism in the tragic death in August 1997, of Princess Diana of Wales, the mother of a future king of England, and her Arab lover. What no one remembered to ask Gadhafi was whether he himself was disposed to allowing any daughter of his to marry even the richest black man in the world let alone a black Libyan. If one were to ask Gadhafi why Africans are not high up in his government, he might balk that all Libyans are Africans. In that case, one should go and find out the truth for oneself in the poor sections of town. One would be shocked by the plight of our African kith and kin that constitute the bulk of the population in oil rich Libya and other Northern African countries similarly afflicted with Arab racism. While pretending to champion pan-African interest, he is busy getting rid of black immigrants from Libya.
On 9 May, 1997, in flagrant defiance of a UN embargo on flights in and out of Libya, Col. Gadhafi invaded Nigeria with his planes carrying 1,000 members of his rag-tag army, plus 500 journalists. They strategically occupied the Kano airport and his other reception facilities, with the connivance of the Nigerian Muslim dictator host. The purpose was to launch a jihad in supposedly religiously secular Nigeria, or at least precipitate a serious schism between the predominantly Moslem north of the country and the Christian and animist south. Right now the Moslem world is trying to use ‘Sharia’ to dismember Nigeria. Pakistan, Libya and Saudi Arabia, to name a few, have pumped substantial funds into Zamfara, the first of Nigeria’s Sharia states, to start the process of Islamizing, (or at least trigger mayhem and civil war), in Nigeria as in Sudan.
No nation in Africa has suffered more in the hands of the Arabs than Ethiopia. It has been going on since Arabs first invaded Africa in the 7th century CE. Recently, with Libya supporting the people of Eritrea, they destroyed the basic structure of Ethiopia, to cut her from the sea and weaken this section of Africa, and eventually all of Africa, for further Arabization. They did this mercilessly with religion.
In the last 38 years, Gadhafi at one time or the other, tried to force Libya’s unification with Egypt, Algeria etc, and has continued the effort since with Sudan. He forcibly annexed the Auzon Strip from Chad, and sponsored destabilization in Liberia, Sierra Leone, Uganda, Mali, Cote d’ Ivoire, Niger, etc in pursuance of his Arabization of Africa policy, laced with inordinate imperial personal ambition. In 1998, his strategy got a fillip with the founding of his community of Sahel-Savannah States (CEN – SAD), which he was hoping to use to control the envisaged African Union (AU). The CEN – SAD, at the moment, ropes in 25 African states from West, East, and Central Africa, and includes Senegal, Cote d “Ivoire, Chad, Sudan, Somalia, Comoro Islands etc. Most of these unsuspecting African countries were stable until they joined CEN – SAD.
Col. Muammar Gadhafi pushed desperately for a United States of Africa government to be approved, set up, and launched right there and then, at the 9th ordinary Session of the Assembly of the heads of states of the African Union (AU), held in July 2007, in Accra, Ghana.
He has heightened his Arabization policy pursuit at the AU level since 2001, pretending to be promoting the Pan-African agenda of Kwame Nkrumah. Chinweizu, the renowned scholar, described Gadhafi’s Arab-Black Africa government plan at the time, “as unification of ****** monkey with python.” Arabs themselves divide Africa into North Africa and sub-Saharan Africa to instigate a division and as long as the invaders continue to occupy our land and treat us as slaves in North Africa, the two segments of the continent cannot cohabit.
In a paper presented at the meeting of the Arab league in Amman, Jordan, in 2001, Muammar Gadhafi spelt out the Arabization agenda against Africa in language reminiscent of Adolph Hitler’s Lebensraum, (Hitler’s sick obsession to secure a living space for political and economic expansion in Europe) for the Germans, (the superior race). Gadhafi in his address during the Amman’s Arab conference invited his Arab brothers outside of Africa to come to Africa in the following words. “The third of the Arab community living outside Africa should move in with the two-thirds (about 250 million) on the continent, and join the African Union, which is the only space we have.”
Gadhafi’s unbridled urge in modern times to enlarge Arabia inside Africa, is a continuation of the Arab war against Africans and the Arabization of African lands that started in the 7th century CE. Arabs have since settled on one-third of Africa, pushing continuously southwards towards the Atlantic Ocean. Arabs’ racial war against black Africa started with their occupation and colonization of Egypt between 637 and 642 CE, decimating the Coptic or black population.
Between 642 and 670 CE, more Arab invaders poured into Africa and occupied areas known today as Tunisa, Libya, Algeria and Morocco, where they physically eliminated most of the native (Berber) inhabitants. The Berbers that escaped death ran westwards and southwards towards the Sahara. In the 11th century CE, fresh Arab migrants of nomadic origin, migrated into North Africa to displace and drive the remaining pastoral Berbers deeper into the Sahara desert. With Arab consolidation and backing in Northern Africa, new waves of Arab invaders and migrants pushed deeper into the Nile banks, inhabited then by the Nilotic Shiluk, and continued all the way down to where Dueim stands today, belonging then to the Dinka and Furnawi autochthons. The entire territory was known at the time as Bilad as-Sudan (the Arabic for land of the Blacks), and currently includes the Republic of Sudan. Continuing with their Arabization of African land policy through elimination, displacement, separation, marginalization and suppression, the Arab invaders of Bilad as-Sudan, over the passage of time, decimated the population of (the Nilotic Shiluk, Dinka and Furnawi autochthons) , owners of the land, and pushed to restrict the rest waiting for elimination to Darfur area and the South of the country, which the Arab invaders are now intent on taking from the native Black Africans. This is the genesis of the war in Sudan. It is a racial war. The Arabs want the Republic of Sudan, which by land mass is the largest country in Africa, to be an entirely Arab state, by exterminating the Black native population gradually to the last person.
The war in Sudan is our modern day Haiti war in terms of black liberation, and our recent fight against apartheid. Arabs are carrying out ethnic cleansing right now in Southern Sudan, with the financial support of the Arab world, particularly Libya and Saudi Arabia. China is backing them against Africa. The Janjaweed, with Sudanese and Arab governments’ backing, are trying to wipe out the black population so as to expropriate their lands, but Africans, including Nigerians, do not know where their interests should reside. The Arabs succeeded in doing the same thing in Northern Africa where the original Nubian African owners of the land have almost all been wiped out and the rest marginalized (enslaved) by their Arab invaders/settlers since 642 CE.
Islamization is not the problem in Sudan because the majority Furnawi people of Darfur are Moslems. Arabs do not consider Black Moslems authentic or of consequence. At best, they concede to blacks, the role of ordained slaves or animals, to be used as beasts of burden by the “superior Arab race.” The rule applies to all blacks, whether Moslems or non-Moslems and whether of Nigerian (Hausa/Fulani or Yoruba extractions) , Tanzanians, Ugandans, Malians or African-Americans.
A traveller in Sudan observed in 1930 that “In the eyes of the Arab rulers of Sudan, the black slaves were simply animals given by Allah to make life of Arabs comfortable.” Osama Bin Laden, in a discussion with the Sudanese-American novelist, Kola Boof, in Morocco in 1996 said, “when next you meet an Arab, you should ask what is the Arabic word for slave, you’ll discover that the words are the same “abeed.” Which is why, when an Arab looks at a black African, what he sees is a slave.”
In 1962, the Arab Sudanese General, Hassan Beshir Nasr, while flagging off his troops to the war front against black Africans in South Sudan, declared: “We don’t want these black slaves…….what we want is their land.” Arabs’ attitude to blacks derives from Genesis’ racist fiction of the three sons of Noah – Ham, Japheth and Shem. Arabs claim that “the accursed Ham was the progenitor of the black race; that Japheth begat the full-faced, small eyes Europeans, and that Shem fathered the handsome of face with beautiful hair Arabs,” of course.
A coalition of 50 charities in Darfur, Sudan, published a study in mid December, 2008, confirming what the world already knew that the Janjaweed and the Sudanese army, with the backing of their government, during joint or individual attacks, raped, tortured and killed Sudanese Africans and razed their villages to repopulate them with Arab nomads. They rounded up and abducted escapees from hide-outs in the bush, and at other times raided refugee camps to kidnap Africans as sex and labour slaves, working them to the bones as domestic and farm labour. The army flew their captives in planes to Khartoum at night and shared them among soldiers, like you allocate bags of commodities, and used them as sex and domestic servants. Kidnapped victims interviewed, said their captors told them that ‘they were not human beings and that they were there to serve them.’
In the five years between 2003 and 2008, over 300,000 Sudanese Africans were killed, 100,000 abducted and 2.7 million rendered homeless refugees, with their land appropriated by Arabs. The Khatoum government admitted 14,000 kidnaps. You can imagine what happened when the world turned a blind eye on Sudan, in the twenty years between 1983 when the conflict began, and 2003. You have to ask yourself what African leaders are doing in AU with Arabs. Arabs are Africans’ mortal foes.
Al Qaeda’s bombing of the American Embassies in Kenya and Tanzania, left 260 black civilians that included 12 Americans, dead. Over 4,000 Kenyans and Tanzanians were wounded. A remorseless top Arab journalist justified the attack by quoting Stalin: “You can’t make an omelet without breaking eggs.”
Ibn Sina (Avicenna 980–1037), Arab’s most famous and influential philosopher/ scientist in Islam, described blacks as “people who are by their very nature slaves.” He wrote: “All African women are prostitutes, and the whole race of African men are abeed (slave) stock.” He equated black people with “rats plaguing the earth.”
Ibn Khaldum, an Arab historian stated that “Blacks are characterized by levity and excitability and great emotionalism,” adding that “they are every where described as stupid.”
al-Dimashqi, an Arab pseudo scientist wrote, “the Equator is inhabited by communities of blacks who may be numbered among the savage beasts. Their complexion and hair are burnt and they are physically and morally abnormal. Their brains almost boil from the sun’s heat…..”
Ibn al-Faqih al-Hamadhani painted this no less horrid picture of black people, “…..the zanj (the blacks) are overdone until they are burned, so that the child comes out between black, murky, malodorous, stinking, and crinkly-haired, with uneven limbs, deficient minds, and depraved passions…..”
NAIWU OSAHON Hon. Khu Mkuu (Leader, Pan-African Movement world-wide); Ameer Spiritual (Spiritual Prince) of the African race; MSc. (Salford); Dip.M.S; G.I.P.M; Dip. I.A (Liv.); D. Inst. M; G. Inst. M; G.I.W.M; A.M.N.I.M.
Awarded: Key to the City of Memphis, Tennessee, USA; Honourary Councilmanship, Memphis City Council; Honourary Citizenship, County of Shelby; Honourary Commissionership, County of Shelby, Tennessee and a silver trophy from Morehouse College, Atlanta, USA for his contributions to the unity and uplift of his race.
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Photo: Arab Racism against Black Africans By NAIWU OSAHON Egypt is still so intimidated by its glorious Black African past that its Arab government would not allow thorough research into Egypt’s past. President Gamal Abdel Nasser falsified Egyptian history when he declared Egypt an Arab Republic. Egyptian authorities refused to allow American film makers to make a film on the life of Anwar Sadat in Egyp...t on the ground that the actor chosen for Sadat’s role was black. When Morocco left the OAU in 1984, it aspired to become a member of the European Union. In Egypt, Tunisia, Morocco, Algeria, Libya, Sudan, Somalia, Eritrea, Mauritania and the rest of the Arab world, Africans are treated as the scums of the earth. They are second-class citizens at the very best in their own countries. Blacks in these countries cannot aspire to positions of respect or authority. There are hardly Africans in high government positions in Arab governed African countries. Like Brazil, which is just as racially cruel against their black natives, there is no legislation favouring slavery [except in Mauritania). It is simply a way of life that’s all. Blacks do not really exist or at best are not humans. Mauritania left the Economic Community of West African States to join the union formed by the Arab North African States. A few years ago, Mauritania sacked all black natives from their civil service positions. Black Mauritanians protest their plight to the African Union (AU) without receiving attention, because AU black leaders fear offending their Arab colleagues in the AU. In Mauritania, they have had to declare an end to slavery six times in this century alone, and still nothing has changed for the captive majority African natives. African slavery is still in their statute books. African slavery in Mauritania is what the on going quarrel between Mauritania and Senegal is about. The quarrel forced black African refugees to pour across the border from Mauritania into Senegal. In Algeria, Arabs throw stones at black people, including diplomats, in markets and other public places. To quote Prof. Clarke, “Arabs always act as though they are not in Africa. Once when I was visiting Egypt, I told my Egyptian Arab host to get a cab ready for the next morning that I was going to Kenya. ‘So you are going to Africa to visit your people? We got no diseases here, why are you leaving us?” the host asked. Even across the Red Sea, in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, blacks are treated worse than animals, after using their life’s savings to go there on pilgrimage. Hundreds of blacks who have lived all their lives in Saudi Arabia are being repatriated daily right now, after loosing an arm or leg for some minor or trumped up offense and without regard for their comfort, welfare or rights. Racism towards black Moslems in Saudi Arabia is so strong it makes one wonder if making pilgrimage to Mecca should be one of the five pillars of the Muslim faith, and why blacks bother to be Muslim. Col. Gadhafi saw vicious white racism in the tragic death in August 1997, of Princess Diana of Wales, the mother of a future king of England, and her Arab lover. What no one remembered to ask Gadhafi was whether he himself was disposed to allowing any daughter of his to marry even the richest black man in the world let alone a black Libyan. If one were to ask Gadhafi why Africans are not high up in his government, he might balk that all Libyans are Africans. In that case, one should go and find out the truth for oneself in the poor sections of town. One would be shocked by the plight of our African kith and kin that constitute the bulk of the population in oil rich Libya and other Northern African countries similarly afflicted with Arab racism. While pretending to champion pan-African interest, he is busy getting rid of black immigrants from Libya. On 9 May, 1997, in flagrant defiance of a UN embargo on flights in and out of Libya, Col. Gadhafi invaded Nigeria with his planes carrying 1,000 members of his rag-tag army, plus 500 journalists. They strategically occupied the Kano airport and his other reception facilities, with the connivance of the Nigerian Muslim dictator host. The purpose was to launch a jihad in supposedly religiously secular Nigeria, or at least precipitate a serious schism between the predominantly Moslem north of the country and the Christian and animist south. Right now the Moslem world is trying to use ‘Sharia’ to dismember Nigeria. Pakistan, Libya and Saudi Arabia, to name a few, have pumped substantial funds into Zamfara, the first of Nigeria’s Sharia states, to start the process of Islamizing, (or at least trigger mayhem and civil war), in Nigeria as in Sudan. No nation in Africa has suffered more in the hands of the Arabs than Ethiopia. It has been going on since Arabs first invaded Africa in the 7th century CE. Recently, with Libya supporting the people of Eritrea, they destroyed the basic structure of Ethiopia, to cut her from the sea and weaken this section of Africa, and eventually all of Africa, for further Arabization. They did this mercilessly with religion. In the last 38 years, Gadhafi at one time or the other, tried to force Libya’s unification with Egypt, Algeria etc, and has continued the effort since with Sudan. He forcibly annexed the Auzon Strip from Chad, and sponsored destabilization in Liberia, Sierra Leone, Uganda, Mali, Cote d’ Ivoire, Niger, etc in pursuance of his Arabization of Africa policy, laced with inordinate imperial personal ambition. In 1998, his strategy got a fillip with the founding of his community of Sahel-Savannah States (CEN – SAD), which he was hoping to use to control the envisaged African Union (AU). The CEN – SAD, at the moment, ropes in 25 African states from West, East, and Central Africa, and includes Senegal, Cote d “Ivoire, Chad, Sudan, Somalia, Comoro Islands etc. Most of these unsuspecting African countries were stable until they joined CEN – SAD. Col. Muammar Gadhafi pushed desperately for a United States of Africa government to be approved, set up, and launched right there and then, at the 9th ordinary Session of the Assembly of the heads of states of the African Union (AU), held in July 2007, in Accra, Ghana. He has heightened his Arabization policy pursuit at the AU level since 2001, pretending to be promoting the Pan-African agenda of Kwame Nkrumah. Chinweizu, the renowned scholar, described Gadhafi’s Arab-Black Africa government plan at the time, “as unification of ****** monkey with python.” Arabs themselves divide Africa into North Africa and sub-Saharan Africa to instigate a division and as long as the invaders continue to occupy our land and treat us as slaves in North Africa, the two segments of the continent cannot cohabit. In a paper presented at the meeting of the Arab league in Amman, Jordan, in 2001, Muammar Gadhafi spelt out the Arabization agenda against Africa in language reminiscent of Adolph Hitler’s Lebensraum, (Hitler’s sick obsession to secure a living space for political and economic expansion in Europe) for the Germans, (the superior race). Gadhafi in his address during the Amman’s Arab conference invited his Arab brothers outside of Africa to come to Africa in the following words. “The third of the Arab community living outside Africa should move in with the two-thirds (about 250 million) on the continent, and join the African Union, which is the only space we have.” Gadhafi’s unbridled urge in modern times to enlarge Arabia inside Africa, is a continuation of the Arab war against Africans and the Arabization of African lands that started in the 7th century CE. Arabs have since settled on one-third of Africa, pushing continuously southwards towards the Atlantic Ocean. Arabs’ racial war against black Africa started with their occupation and colonization of Egypt between 637 and 642 CE, decimating the Coptic or black population. Between 642 and 670 CE, more Arab invaders poured into Africa and occupied areas known today as Tunisa, Libya, Algeria and Morocco, where they physically eliminated most of the native (Berber) inhabitants. The Berbers that escaped death ran westwards and southwards towards the Sahara. In the 11th century CE, fresh Arab migrants of nomadic origin, migrated into North Africa to displace and drive the remaining pastoral Berbers deeper into the Sahara desert. With Arab consolidation and backing in Northern Africa, new waves of Arab invaders and migrants pushed deeper into the Nile banks, inhabited then by the Nilotic Shiluk, and continued all the way down to where Dueim stands today, belonging then to the Dinka and Furnawi autochthons. The entire territory was known at the time as Bilad as-Sudan (the Arabic for land of the Blacks), and currently includes the Republic of Sudan. Continuing with their Arabization of African land policy through elimination, displacement, separation, marginalization and suppression, the Arab invaders of Bilad as-Sudan, over the passage of time, decimated the population of (the Nilotic Shiluk, Dinka and Furnawi autochthons) , owners of the land, and pushed to restrict the rest waiting for elimination to Darfur area and the South of the country, which the Arab invaders are now intent on taking from the native Black Africans. This is the genesis of the war in Sudan. It is a racial war. The Arabs want the Republic of Sudan, which by land mass is the largest country in Africa, to be an entirely Arab state, by exterminating the Black native population gradually to the last person. The war in Sudan is our modern day Haiti war in terms of black liberation, and our recent fight against apartheid. Arabs are carrying out ethnic cleansing right now in Southern Sudan, with the financial support of the Arab world, particularly Libya and Saudi Arabia. China is backing them against Africa. The Janjaweed, with Sudanese and Arab governments’ backing, are trying to wipe out the black population so as to expropriate their lands, but Africans, including Nigerians, do not know where their interests should reside. The Arabs succeeded in doing the same thing in Northern Africa where the original Nubian African owners of the land have almost all been wiped out and the rest marginalized (enslaved) by their Arab invaders/settlers since 642 CE. Islamization is not the problem in Sudan because the majority Furnawi people of Darfur are Moslems. Arabs do not consider Black Moslems authentic or of consequence. At best, they concede to blacks, the role of ordained slaves or animals, to be used as beasts of burden by the “superior Arab race.” The rule applies to all blacks, whether Moslems or non-Moslems and whether of Nigerian (Hausa/Fulani or Yoruba extractions) , Tanzanians, Ugandans, Malians or African-Americans. A traveller in Sudan observed in 1930 that “In the eyes of the Arab rulers of Sudan, the black slaves were simply animals given by Allah to make life of Arabs comfortable.” Osama Bin Laden, in a discussion with the Sudanese-American novelist, Kola Boof, in Morocco in 1996 said, “when next you meet an Arab, you should ask what is the Arabic word for slave, you’ll discover that the words are the same “abeed.” Which is why, when an Arab looks at a black African, what he sees is a slave.” In 1962, the Arab Sudanese General, Hassan Beshir Nasr, while flagging off his troops to the war front against black Africans in South Sudan, declared: “We don’t want these black slaves…….what we want is their land.” Arabs’ attitude to blacks derives from Genesis’ racist fiction of the three sons of Noah – Ham, Japheth and Shem. Arabs claim that “the accursed Ham was the progenitor of the black race; that Japheth begat the full-faced, small eyes Europeans, and that Shem fathered the handsome of face with beautiful hair Arabs,” of course. A coalition of 50 charities in Darfur, Sudan, published a study in mid December, 2008, confirming what the world already knew that the Janjaweed and the Sudanese army, with the backing of their government, during joint or individual attacks, raped, tortured and killed Sudanese Africans and razed their villages to repopulate them with Arab nomads. They rounded up and abducted escapees from hide-outs in the bush, and at other times raided refugee camps to kidnap Africans as sex and labour slaves, working them to the bones as domestic and farm labour. The army flew their captives in planes to Khartoum at night and shared them among soldiers, like you allocate bags of commodities, and used them as sex and domestic servants. Kidnapped victims interviewed, said their captors told them that ‘they were not human beings and that they were there to serve them.’ In the five years between 2003 and 2008, over 300,000 Sudanese Africans were killed, 100,000 abducted and 2.7 million rendered homeless refugees, with their land appropriated by Arabs. The Khatoum government admitted 14,000 kidnaps. You can imagine what happened when the world turned a blind eye on Sudan, in the twenty years between 1983 when the conflict began, and 2003. You have to ask yourself what African leaders are doing in AU with Arabs. Arabs are Africans’ mortal foes. Al Qaeda’s bombing of the American Embassies in Kenya and Tanzania, left 260 black civilians that included 12 Americans, dead. Over 4,000 Kenyans and Tanzanians were wounded. A remorseless top Arab journalist justified the attack by quoting Stalin: “You can’t make an omelet without breaking eggs.” Ibn Sina (Avicenna 980–1037), Arab’s most famous and influential philosopher/ scientist in Islam, described blacks as “people who are by their very nature slaves.” He wrote: “All African women are prostitutes, and the whole race of African men are abeed (slave) stock.” He equated black people with “rats plaguing the earth.” Ibn Khaldum, an Arab historian stated that “Blacks are characterized by levity and excitability and great emotionalism,” adding that “they are every where described as stupid.” al-Dimashqi, an Arab pseudo scientist wrote, “the Equator is inhabited by communities of blacks who may be numbered among the savage beasts. Their complexion and hair are burnt and they are physically and morally abnormal. Their brains almost boil from the sun’s heat…..” Ibn al-Faqih al-Hamadhani painted this no less horrid picture of black people, “…..the zanj (the blacks) are overdone until they are burned, so that the child comes out between black, murky, malodorous, stinking, and crinkly-haired, with uneven limbs, deficient minds, and depraved passions…..” NAIWU OSAHON Hon. Khu Mkuu (Leader, Pan-African Movement world-wide); Ameer Spiritual (Spiritual Prince) of the African race; MSc. (Salford); Dip.M.S; G.I.P.M; Dip. I.A (Liv.); D. Inst. M; G. Inst. M; G.I.W.M; A.M.N.I.M. Awarded: Key to the City of Memphis, Tennessee, USA; Honourary Councilmanship, Memphis City Council; Honourary Citizenship, County of Shelby; Honourary Commissionership, County of Shelby, Tennessee and a silver trophy from Morehouse College, Atlanta, USA for his contributions to the unity and uplift of his race. http://www.owogiene/ do.com/Edo_ Empire_and_ Civilization
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AFRICAN AMERICA IS AT WAR

THERE IS A RACE WAR ON AFRICAN AMERICA

THERE IS A RACE WAR ON AFRICAN AMERICANS

THERE IS A RACE WAR ON BLACK PEOPLE IN AMERICA

AMERICA'S RACISTS HAVE INFILTRATED AMERICAN POLICE FORCES TO WAGE A RACE WAR AGAINST BLACK PEOPLE IN AMERICA

THE BLACK RACE IS AT WAR

FIRST WORLD WAR:  THE APPROXIMATELY 6,000 YEAR WORLD WAR ON AFRICA AND THE BLACK RACE

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Saudi Arabia are being repatriated daily right now, after loosing an arm or leg for some minor or trumped up offense and without regard for their comfort, welfare or rights. Racism towards black Moslems in Saudi Arabia is so strong it makes one wonder if making pilgrimage to Mecca should be one of the five pillars of the Muslim faith, and why blacks bother to be Muslim.

 

  Now when I said this VERY thing above....somehow I'm wrong.  But to hear it coming from someone else?  I guess that different.    I'm just GLAD that this is ALLLLLLLLL coming out.  And that black muslim/moslems UNDERSTAND that arabs ARE NOT your friends/brothers.  It's an illusion.  Another brainwashing tool to get blacks to praise their God and like with massa model after them for examples of worthiness.  Why even bother?  But unfortunately for many blacks, this is ALLLLLLLLL they know.  And like these twisted ancient think tanks....they DON'T wanna do different.  Something is REALLLLLLLL sick about that.

 


Col. Gadhafi saw vicious white racism in the tragic death in August 1997, of Princess Diana of Wales, the mother of a future king of England, and her Arab lover. What no one remembered to ask Gadhafi was whether he himself was disposed to allowing any daughter of his to marry even the richest black man in the world let alone a black Libyan. If one were to ask Gadhafi why Africans are not high up in his government, he might balk that all Libyans are Africans. In that case, one should go and find out the truth for oneself in the poor sections of town. One would be shocked by the plight of our African kith and kin that constitute the bulk of the population in oil rich Libya and other Northern African countries similarly afflicted with Arab racism. While pretending to champion pan-African interest, he is busy getting rid of black immigrants from Libya.

 

When I was talking about this too.  I got a lotta opposition.  Didn't care.  But I'm just saying.  We as black people HAVE to REMEMBER our history with these folks!  And we got to LOOK at past and current behavior.  Cuz past behavior predicts future behavior.  I've said this until my head explodes....but!  Since it's me.  I get all this blah blah blah.  However, what you can't fool?  Is the truth.  And the truth is Europeans were our slavers.  Another truth?  Arabs started it first.  Now folks can walk around this like the pink elephant and pretend this truth doesn't exist....but!  It WILL not change how massa treats us.  And it definitely will NOT change how arabs treat our people in North Africa.  Just won't.  Sooooooooo all this I wanna be like Jesus or Muhummand[sp] is nothing more than a smoke screen.  And guess who it benefits?  Not us.  But!

 

 

Why black Africa should resist Arab domination of AU By Chinweizu

Part I: The Arab Quest for Lebensraum in Africa“
The third of the Arab community living outside Africa should move in with the two-thirds on the continent and join the African Union “which is the only space we have’ — Col. Mouammar Gadhafi of Libya, at the Arab League, 2001
Many AfriKans take great exception to the sentiments and views expressed by Col. Gadhafi at the March 2001, Amman, Jordan meeting of the Arab League. –Prof. Kwesi Kwa Prah, 2004, in a paper to the AU [both quotes in Bankie and Mchombu eds, 2006:217, 235] Besides joining Prof. Prah and the other Afrikans who take exception to Gadhafi’s statement, I should like to point out that Gadhafi’s invitation to his fellow Arabs is nothing but a declaration of race war on Africa. It is an invitation to more Arabs to invade and colonize Africa. Indeed, it is a call for the final phase of the 15 centuries old Arab lebensraum war on Afrikans - a war to Islamise and conquer all of Africa, from Cairo to the Cape and from Senegal to Somalia, and to then enslave or Arabise all the conquered Afrikans. In order to make that clear, it is necessary to first put his invitation in the context of the traditions of Arab melanophobia and negrophobia, and of Arab expansionist ambitions and conquests that go back to the time of their Arab prophet, Mohammed.
Melanophobia and Negrophobia in Arab culture:
The following excerpt from The Crisis of Identity in Northern Sudan: A Dilemma of a Black people with a White Culture, by Al-Baqir al-Afif Mukhtar, gives an insight into the melanophobia and negrophobia that Arab culture has reeked of since before the time of Mohammed: “The contempt towards . . . the dark skinned is expressed in a thousand ways in the documents, literature and art that have come down to us from the Islamic Middle Ages.
. . . This literature, and especially popular literature, depicts (the black man) in the form of hostile stereotypes - as a demon in fairy tales, as a savage in the stories of travel and adventure, or commonly as a lazy, stupid, evil-smelling and lecherous slave. . . . Ibn Khaldun sees the blacks as “characterized by levity and excitability and great emotionalism” and [says] that “they are everywhere described as stupid” . . . al-Dimashqi had the following to say: “The Equator is inhabited by communities of blacks who may be numbered among the savage beasts. Their complexion and hair are burnt and they are physically and morally abnormal. Their brains almost boil from the sun’s heat.”
Ibn al-Faqih al-Hamadhani follows the same line of reasoning. To him . . . the zanj . . .are “overdone until they are burned so that the child comes out between black, murky, malodorous, stinking, and crinkly- haired, with uneven limbs, deficient minds, and depraved passions. . .”
Arab-Muslim doctrines on Black enslavement:
The following excerpt [from Blasphemy Before God: The Darkness of Racism In Muslim Culture by Adam Misbah aI-Haqq, shows how and why Arabs incurably believe in enslaving blacks: “Classic Muslim thought maintained that blacks became legitimate slaves by virtue of the colour of their skin.
The justification of the early Muslim equation of blackness with servitude was found in the Genesis story so popularly called “the curse of Ham,” in reference to one of Noah’s sons . . . .In the Arab- Muslim version, blacks are cursed to be slaves and menials, Arabs are blessed to be prophets and nobles, while Turks and Slavs are destined to be kings and tyrants. . . . The famous Al-Tabari, for example, cites no less than six Prophetic traditions which seek to support this story. One tradition reads: Ham begat all those who are black and curly- haired, while Japheth begat those who are full faced with small eyes, and Shem begat everyone who is handsome of face (Arabs of course) with beautiful hair. Noah prayed that the hair of Ham’s descendants would not grow past their ears, and wherever his descendants met the children of Shem, the latter would enslave them.
Ahmad Ibn Hanbal reported a saying attributed to the Prophet which in effect states that God created the white race (dhurriyyah bayd) from the right shoulder of Adam and created the black race (dhurriyyah sawd) from Adam’s left shoulder. Those of Adam’s right shoulder would enter Paradise and those of the left, Perdition. Other equally racist sayings have been attributed to the Prophet in the traditions.
Contradicting this spirit, there are the sayings of the Prophet which equate the value of a person to his God-consciousness (taqwa), and to their piety without any regard to the tribal or ethnocentric concerns of a racist purport. Such [egalitarian] reports [were overshadowed by] the more deeply rooted tradition of racial bigotry . . . [emphasized by] Muslim geographers and travellers who ventured into Africa. . . . Al-Maqdisi wrote, “ . . . As for the Zanji, they are people of black colour, flat noses, kinky hair, and little understanding or intelligence.” . . . Ibn Khaldun (d. 1406CE) added that blacks are “only humans who are closer to dumb animals than to rational beings.” . . . Even such luminaries as Ibn Sina considered blacks to be “people who are by their very nature slaves.” .
. . The creation or resurgence of the mythology of Ham also made darkskinned people synonymous with servitude in light-skinned Muslim thinking.
This went so far that eventually, the term abd (slave), went through a semantic development and came to specifically refer to “black slave” while lightskinned slaves were referred to as mamluks. And further on in later usage, the Arabic word came to mean “black man” of whatever status. . . .”
We can now see why, when an Arab sees anyone with black skin, all he notices is a dumb animal that he is licensed and even obliged by his religion to capture and enslave. With that background on the Arab tradition of enslaving and holding blacks in profound contempt, let us now examine the meaning of Gadhafi’s call for lebensraum.
In 2001, the Libyan leader, Gadhafi, under the cover of advancing the Nkrumahist Pan- African project of African Unity, was concluding his sub-imperial assignment to round up the African states into his Arab-dominated AU for easier muzzling and control by global imperialism. At an Arab League meeting in Amman, Jordan, Gadhafi exposed another hidden agenda of his AU project when he observed that 2/3 of the world’s [approximately 250million] Arabs now live in Africa, and he invited the rest to move into Africa and join them.
Though the Pan-African News Agency (PANA) reported it and posted it on its website, I wonder how many African leaders took note of Gadhafi’s invitation and saw the danger it poses for Africa. What Afrikans (i.e. the indigenous peoples of Africa) should particularly note is his reason for the invitation, namely, that Africa is the only space Arabs have. This is so reminiscent of the Nazi project of seizing living space, lebensraum, for the Germans from their neighbours in Eastern Europe that any sensible Afrikan must understand it as a threat to all Afrikans.
More importantly, it spells out, for all but the willfully and suicidally deaf to hear, the grand geopolitical purpose behind Arab policy and action in Africa in the last 50 years. But first, we need to put Gadhafi’s invitation in the context that allows us to appreciate the full danger to Afrikans from this enduring Arab ambition for lebensraum. Since the death of their prophet, Mohammed, Arabs have been relentlessly seizing lebensraum – living space—in Africa. Since their conquest of Egypt in 642, they have taken over all of North Africa, and most of the Nile valley and some of their tribes have even infiltrated as far west from the Nile as Lake Chad. Arabs have, by now, occupied supra-Sahara Africa and the Nile Valley, i.e. more than one-third of the African landmass, and they are still grabbing more and moving tenaciously to conquer the rest.
Arab expansionism in Africa, 640-1900
I wonder how many Afrikans today wonder how it came about that Arabs, whose homeland is the Arabian Peninsula, came to occupy all of supra-Sahara Africa, from the Sinai peninsula across to Morocco’s Atlantic coast. And what they did to the Black Egyptians, Black Berbers and other blacks who were the aborigines of all that expanse of land? Similarly, Afrikans need to inquire into why and how an Arab minority has ruled Sudan since 1956? And how did it come about that we hear of Arab tribes in Darfur, Chad and even in Nigeria’s Bornu State? Until 640 AD, there were no Arab settlers of any kind in all those places. But in that year, hungry Arab hordes desperate for plunder and greener pastures charged out of Arabia, flying the flag of their new religion, Islam, and conquered Egypt by 642. Egypt thereafter became their base for invading and seizing lebensraum all the way west to Morocco and Mauritania, and southward up the Nile.
In the first phase of conquest, an Arab raiding army reached Tangier on the Atlantic in 682. Then in the 11th Century, the Fatimids who were then ruling in Egypt, unleashed Bedouin Arab tribes, such as the Beni Hilal and Beni Sulaim, into the Maghreb. These Bedouin tribes overran as far west as Morocco in the 12th and 13th centuries, and brought about the Arabisation of the indigenous Berber population of the Maghreb whom they swamped.
They reached northern Mauritania by the 14th Century. Also in the 14th Century, Guhayna Arab tribes, edged out of Egypt, infiltrated up the Nile into Sudan. In 1820, Mohammed Ali Pasha sent an expedition from Egypt that conquered Northern Sudan by 1841. In 1869, Ismail Pasha attempted to annex the region from Juba/Gondokoro to Lake Victoria, a region that would become Uganda and Sudan’s Equatoria Province. He failed, but the British who ruled from 1899 to 1956 later incorporated Equatoria into the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan. In 1874, the Jellaba-Arab slave raider, Zubair Pasha conquered Dar Fur for the Egyptians. Also in the 19th Century, Awlad Sulaiman Arabs migrated, in the 1840s, from the Fezzan in Libya into the Lake Chad area, and Shuwa Arabs in search of pasturelands moved, in the 1810s, from Chad into the Bornu area of what became Nigeria.
From the late 19th Century until the 1950s, Arab expansionism in Africa was stopped in its tracks by the European powers who conquered and partitioned Africa among themselves. Only with the retreat of European political rule did opportunity arise for Arab expansionism to resume its march. And it promptly did.
Arab expansionism in Africa since 1956, i.e. in the era of continentalist Pan-Africanism. Continentalist Pan-Africanism was launched in 1958 at the Accra Conference of Independent African States (CIAS). It has been the dominant tendency within Pan-Africanism ever since, and it has given birth to the Arab-dominated OAU/AU. As some observers have pointed out, the Arab League, established in 1945, is the institutional organ for realizing the Arab aspirations for unity and imperial resurgence through “an Arab-Islamic empire across Africa into the Middle East.” Under its aegis, Arab nationalism resumed its expansion in Africa when, on attaining independence in 1956, the Jellaba-Arab minority government of Sudan defined Sudan as an Arab country and set out to enforce that definition on Sudan’s African majority.
Islamisation and Arabisation of Black Africa: the pilot project in Sudan:
It has been noted by Opoku Agyeman that Pan-Arabism, in its so-called ‘civilizing mission’ perceives Africa as a ‘cultural vacuum’ waiting to be filled by Arab culture “by all conceivable means” [Agyeman, 1994:30] including Islamisation, and the settlement of Arab populations on lands forcibly seized from Africans. The assumptions, objectives and methods of this project may be illustrated from the statements of its principal implementers in Sudan: “You are aware that the end of all our efforts and this expense is to procure Negroes. Please show zeal in carrying out our wishes in this capital matter.” –Muhammad Ali Pasha, Ruler of Egypt, 1825, in a letter to one of his generals in Sudan, quoted in [Nyaba, 2002:36]
In his 1955 book on the orbital scheme [the three circles at whose center he envisioned Egypt to be], President Nasser characterized Africa as “the remotest depths of the jungle,” and as merely a candidate for Egypt’s “spread of enlightenment and civilization” via Islamisation-Arabisation.
-Gamal Abdel Nasser, President of Egypt, 1955, quoted in [Agyeman,1994:34].
“Sudan is geographically in Africa but is Arab in its aspirations and destiny. We consider ourselves the Arab spearhead in Africa, linking the Arab world to the African continent.” -Sudanese Prime Minister, Mahgoub, 1968, quoted in [Agyeman, 1994:38]. Sudan “is the basis of the Arab thrust into the heart of Black Africa, the Arab civilizing mission.” - President Nimeiry of Sudan, 1969, quoted in [Agyeman, 1994:39] “We want to Islamise America and Arabise Africa” – Dr. Hassan El-Turabi, chief ideologue of Jellaba-Arab minority rule in Sudan, 1999, quoted in [Nyaba, 2002:27]. “The south [Sudan] will remain an inseparable part of the land of Islam, God willing, even if the war continued for decades.” -Osama bin Laden, April 2006, [from an edited translation of an audiotape attributed to al-Qaeda leader, Osama bin Laden, parts of which were aired by Aljazeera on April 23, 2006]
This thrusting of Arab spears into the body and soul of Black Africa through deAfrikanisation campaigns of Islamisation-Arabisation was, of course, not confined to Sudan, but has been done wherever Arabs spotted an opportunity to exploit Afrikan weakness, such as Mauritania, Chad, Somalia, Eritrea, Uganda. In the past 40 years, Libya’s Gadhafi has been particularly active in sponsoring chaos, anarchy and civil wars in Chad, Liberia, Cote d’Ivoire etc., and in trying to Islamise Uganda, Rwanda, the CAR etc. For example, in a live broadcast on Rwanda Radio on 17 May, 1985, Gadhafi said: “First, you must stick to your Islamic religion and insist that your children are taught the Islamic religion and you teach the Arabic language because without the Arabic language, we could not understand Islam. . . You must teach that Islam is the religion of Africa. . . You must raise your voice high and declare that Allah is great because Africa must be the refugee camps in neighbouring Chad. . . . Muslim. . . We must wage a holy war so that Islam may spread in Africa. –quoted in [Bankie and Mchombu, 2006:239-240]. Why do Gadhafi and other Arabisers sponsor Islamisation? Steve Biko pointed out the fundamental reason why imperialists make a point of converting their victims to their Christian religion when he said: It has always been the pattern throughout history that whosoever brings the new order knows it best and is therefore the perpetual teacher of those to whom the new order is being brought. If the white missionaries were “right” about their God in the eyes of the people, then the African people could only accept whatever these new know-all tutors had to say about life.
The acceptance of the colonialist-tainted version of Christianity marked the turning point in the resistance of African people. [Biko, 1987:56]. Steve Biko’s observation helps explain why Arab hegemonists like Gadhafi insist on Islamising their intended victims. Since the death of their prophet, Mohammed, Islam has been the religious cloak and entry-dagger of Arab imperialism. Islamisation is used as a prelude to the project of Arabisation.
Among the targeted victims, Islam privileges the Arabic language and culture. Arab names and customs are made obligatory, and the anathema on Jahiliya discourages remembrance of the pre-Islamic, non-Arab culture of an Islamised people. It should be noted that the core Islamic countries that stretch contiguously from the Maghreb to Pakistan are fragments of the empire that Arabs conquered and ruled from 632-1517 when the Turks, under Selim the Grim, conquered Egypt and Syria and extinguished the Arab Abbasid Caliphate. Thus, the core lands of Dar-al-Islam today are a continuation of the Arab Empire. Just as the Commonwealth is the euphemistic PR name for the enduring British Empire, so too Dar-al-Islam is the euphemistic PR name for the enduring Arab Empire. In fact, Dar-al-Islam is simply the Arab empire in religious camouflage, and the Umma are the Arab citizens/masters and the non-Arab subjects of the enduring Arab Empire.
Gadhafi and the Arab lebensraum project in the 21st Century in furtherance of his lebensraum project, in May 2003, proposed a tripartite union of Libya, Sudan and Egypt, a move reminiscent of Hitler’s Anschluss project that annexed, in 1938, Austria as well as Czechoslovakia’s Sudetenland. To appreciate the menace in Gadhafi’s invitation, Afrikans would do well to consider Hitler’s drive for lebensraum and how it was stopped.
Just as Gadhafi wants to enlarge Arabia inside Africa, Hitler wanted to enlarge Germany within Europe by the acquisition of a territory for settlement, which will enhance the area of the mother country, and hence not only keep the new settlers in the most intimate community with the land of their origin, but secure for the total area those advantages which lie in its unified magnitude. [Hitler, 1971: 653] Hitler looked east for Germany’s expansion in Europe. In Nazi ideology, Lebensraum meant the expansion of Germany eastward to conquer lands for Germans to settle and peoples for Germans to enslave. According to Hitler, the ideal war was one of conquest, extermination, and subjugation; the ideal area in which to conduct such a war was in the east, where the German people would win for itself the lebensraum.
The Nazi theory of Lebensraum became Germany’s foreign policy during the Third Reich. A key element in Hitler’s plan for lebensraum was the idea of military expansion and the forced expulsion of the nations of Poland, Ukraine, Russia etc. and their replacement with German settlers. The Lebensraum ideology was a major factor in Hitler’s launching of Operation Barbarossa in June 1941. As the German armies moved eastward, the Nazis began to turn large areas of Soviet territory into German settlement areas. The biggest obstacle to implementing the Lebensraum further was the fact that by the end of 1942, the Sixth Army was defeated in Stalingrad. After the second big defeat in the tank battle at Kursk during July 1943 and the Allied landings in Sicily, all further Lebensraum plans came to a halt.
USA, Australia, Russia — case studies of lebensraum.
Faced, from the 16th Century, with European invaders seeking lebensraum, the Native Americans in what became the USA, failed to muster the necessary will and forces to defeat and drive the invaders away; as a result, these indigenous peoples were exterminated and lost their continent by the late 19th Century. Bands of their remnants were herded into reservations and left to slowly die out. Similarly in the 19th Century, the Australian aborigines failed to muster the necessary will and forces to defeat and drive away the invaders from Europe. They too were exterminated. In contrast, the Russians in the 20th Century, under Stalin, mustered the necessary will and forces, defeated Hitler’s armies and chased them back all the way to Berlin and obliged Hitler to commit suicide.
As these contrasting examples make clear, seekers of lebensraum can only be stopped by decisively defeating and driving them away. How did the Russians manage to do that? First of all, their leaders took quite seriously the Nazi talk of seeking lebensraum in Eastern Europe, and prepared for war. In February 1931, Stalin predicted and warned his people: ‘We are 50 or 100 years behind the advanced countries. We must make good this lag in 10 years. Either we do it or they crush us.’ And he drove his people with the proverbial whip and scorpion, and forced them to industrialize at a desperate pace. And Russia industrialized in 10 years flat! Which was just in time to be ready when Hitler unleashed his armies on Russia in June 1941. And by 1943, Hitler’s lebensraum project lay in ruins as his mighty armies had been defeated by Stalin’s armies. It took another two years of hard fighting for the Russians to drive Hitler’s armies all the way back to Berlin. Had they not done so, there would be no Russia or Poland or Ukraine etc today. All the land from Berlin to the Urals would have been taken over and settled by Germans. And any Russians not exterminated would have been enslaved as Hitler intended.
If Afrikans want to escape at Arab hands the type of fate that Hitler planned for the Russians, we need to learn from Stalin’s example. We need to build a megastate and industrialize it at breakneck speed into a modern power. And we need to defeat the Arabs and drive them back across the Sahara.
The first step is to expel all Arab League countries from the AU, or better yet, to destroy this enemy-controlled AU and organize a Black World League of States to serve as the collective security outfit exclusively for the Blacks of the World. The second step is to militarily discourage any further Arab expansion into sub-Sahara Africa. We must firmly bear in mind that lebensraum ambitions are effected by military action, as in Sudan’s war on the SPLM, and its use of Janjawid militias in Darfur and Chad. And we must also firmly bear in mind that such ambitions are destroyed only by military action. To think of any other way is suicidal foolishness. So Gadhafi’s ambition must be finally defeated militarily by Afrikan power, and the sooner the better for Afrikans.

Part II: The Challenge to Pan-Afrikanism
First, they came for the Communists, and I didn’t speak up because I wasn’t a Communist. Then they came for the Jews, and I didn’t speak up because I wasn’t a Jew. Then they came for the trade unionists, and I didn’t speak up because I wasn’t a trade unionist.
Then they came for the Catholics, and I didn’t speak up because I was a Protestant. Then they came for me, and by that time, no one was left to speak up for me. -Pastor Martin Niemöller (1892-1984)
In the last 15 centuries, Arab invaders have grabbed 1/3 of the African continent, and systematically enslaved, exterminated or Arabised the blacks they met there. How? I have already quoted examples from the mission statements of the anti-Afrikan leaders of the Arab expansionists since 1820 in Sudan. Let us now see examples of how they’ve gone about implementing their policy on the ground since 1956 while the OAU/AU Pan-Africanists determinedly looked the other way or buried their ostrich heads in the sand. The following are instructive excerpts, about the events in al-Di’ein and Dar Fur, from Islamisation and Arabisation of Africans as a means to Political Power in the Sudan by Sudanese scholar, M. Jalaal Haashim: al-Di’ein 1987
As its civil war with the SPLM/SPLA intensified, the Jellaba-Arabist Sudan government of al-Sadiq al-Mahdi (1986-1989) used the Baggara Arabs to punish those Dinka who lived on the border of Kordufan and Dar Fur, such as the Ngog, on the assumption that all the Dinka were SPLM/SPLA.
“The Baggara tribes in Kordufan and Dar Fur are nomadic Arabs who have been greatly influenced by the Nilotic tribes, especially the Dinka, from whom they have taken the cows for livestock and the colour of blackness . . . . Until then, the hostility between the two sides was relatively kept at bay due to their historical inter-relationship. Thousands of Dinka who fled the war zone came and lived with the Baggara. This is how in a certain village called al-Di’ein in Southern Dar Fur, more than 6,000 Dinka people peacefully took refuge and lived with the Baggara.
In 1987, the government of Sadiq al-Mahdi established the infamous Popular Defence Forces (PDF) as a pretext for officially arming the Baggara Arabs to fight the Southerners. Armed in this way, the marauding Baggara squads of PDF began making incursions into the South, raiding the Dinka villages. [These] naturally sought help from the SPLM/SPLA [who] came to the rescue . . . . In all aspects, the Baggara Arabs were unequal to the SPLA. Suffering defeat after defeat, . . . the Baggara began nursing deep hatred towards the Dinka in general, [and finally directed their revenge on] the peaceful Dinka who were living with them at al- Di’ein . . .In one day in mid 1987, at least 1,000 Dinka were massacred, 4,000 were burned alive, and the survivors - around 1,000 - were enslaved. The massacre began early in the day. At first, the bewildered Dinka did not believe what was going on. When reality dawned on them, they fled into the houses of their hosts who were also their attackers. They were dragged by their feet like animals to be butchered outside the houses of their hosts. The Dinka took refuge in the Church; there they were killed along with the priest. Then they ran and took refuge inside the Police station, which was part of the railway station, but, alas, the Police turned out to be accomplices.
They were killed there also. Whether in good or bad faith . . . they were ill-advised to take refuge in the empty carriages of a standing freight train so they could be taken away from al-Di’ein. With the trustfulness usually shown by totally vulnerable and helpless people in their eagerness to cling to a straw, they hurriedly obeyed. Once crammed inside, they were locked in from outside. Caged in like animals, they saw with their own eyes barrels full of diesel being rolled toward them. They were burnt alive, all of them. Only then, with the barbecue smell of that holocaust, did the Baggara come to their senses. The survivors were fortunate that they were only enslaved. Slavery was the common sense of that doomed day . . . . In the period 1989-1999, only God knows how many massacres like that of al-Di’ein took place.”
The Janjawid campaign of genocide:
“A decade after the Dinka massacre in al-Di’ein, the scenario of ethnic manipulation by the state expanded to cover the whole of Dar Fur and most of Kordufan, . . . [and] the era of terror of the infamous Janjawid had been launched. . . .
Dar Fur has been the victim of the involvement of the neighbouring Arab states in the civil war in Chad that flared up in the 1970s. Libya, an extreme advocate of Pan-Arabism with highly volatile policies, intervened in Chad with the sole aim of helping the Arab nomad tribes with money, logistics and arms. . . . The government of Khartoum has not only backed the nomadic Arab tribes, but has also armed them and fought by land and air along with them.
All through the decade of 1982-1992, skirmishes and limited killings were commonplace in Dar Fur. The Khartoum government dubbed them ‘armed robbery’. In 1995, the massacres were launched first against the Masalit tribe of the state of West Dar Fur. The governor himself was a Masalit Muslim brother who was given orders from Khartoum to let his sedentary people host a heavily armed clan of pastoralist Baggara who were driven out of Chad to be welcomed by the Khartoum government simply out of bias for the Arabs. . . . The Masalit welcomed the Baggara. Under the official eyes of the State government which was headed by their own son, thousands of the Masalit were butchered in mid 1995. . . . ”
Through these “gruesome atrocities . . ., which are being overtly committed by State- backed Arab tribes”, the nomadic Arab tribes of Dar Fur have been committing genocide and ethnic cleansing against the African sedentary tribes. As both the culprit and the victim are Muslims, the Afro-Arab race war nature of the genocide becomes very clear. As Jalaal Haashim points out, the conflicts in Sudan are “a racist war camouflaged with religion.”
But how exactly do these Arab marauders carry out ethnic cleansing? The next excerpt, from Singing while their men rape, THE GUARDIAN, NAIROBI Wednesday, July 21, 2004, Page 6, tells of an ongoing example of organized raping and killing and enslavement carried out by the Janjawid in Dar Fur: According to an Amnesty International report published in 2004, “While African women in Darfur were being raped by the Janjaweed militiamen, Arab women stood nearby and sang for joy . . .The songs of the Hakama, or the “Janjaweed women” as the refugees call them, encouraged the atrocities which the militiamen committed. . . . During an attack on the village of Disa in June last year, Arab women accompanied the attackers and sang in praise of the government and scorning black villagers.
According to an African chief quoted in the report, the singers said: “The blood of the blacks runs like water, we take their goods and we chase them from our area and our cattle will be in their land.” “The power of (Sudanese president Omer Hassan) al-Bashir belongs to the Arabs and we will kill you until the end, you blacks, we have killed your God.” The chief said that the Arab women also racially insulted women from the village, saying: “You are gorillas, you are black and you are badly dressed.”
The Janjaweed have abducted women for use as sex slaves, in some cases breaking their limbs to prevent them escaping, as well as carrying out rapes in their home villages, the report said. The militiamen “are happy when they rape. They sing when they rape and they tell that we are just slaves and that they can do with us how they wish,” a 37-year-old victim, identified as A, was quoted as saying in the report, which was based on over

To be continued


*Paper presented at the Global Pan-African Reparations and Repatriation Conference (GPARRC) on 25 July, 2006, at the University of Ghana, Legon, Accra.

  And so my question emerges again.  Why WOULD any FREE black person wanna follow the philosophy of the Arab religion?  For?  What?  Cuz there is no respect for black skin, women, children....since the 6th century.  I'm still puzzled.   Where is the spiritual benefit.? Especially when you are forcibly expelled, kidnapped into slaves, and separated from your OWN country and called savages by nomadic tribes who geographically HAVE no homeland with barbaric and violent behavior.  So again...the attributes to following this group are what?  Teach me.  I'm listening.  But!

First They Came For The Africans

 

 

 

First they came for the Ethiopians,
and I didn’t speak up,
because I wasn’t a Ethiopian.
Then they came for the Sudanese,
and I didn’t speak up,
because I wasn’t Sudanese.
Then they came for the Congolese,
and I didn’t speak up,
because I was a Congolese.
Then they came for me,
and by that time there was no one
left to speak up for me.

 

Adaptation of;

© Martin Niemoller. All rights reserved

Originally Posted by Yemaya:

Another topic that Africa-Americans tend to ignore based on religious beliefs. It seems like only continental born Africans even pay attention to this issue oh and whites who are using it as a political issue to manipulate.

Not sure exactly what you mean by this.  I do know (as seen on AA.org in the past) there is a popular frame that exist where issues involving Africans (dark skinned Africans) where the only acceptable discussion is within that frame.   This can been seen in both article content and thread titles (including this one).  

 

Now of course next will be the obligatory (rolling  eyes....yeah MC you're a Mooozlum so of course you'd say that) dismissal. 

 

The classification of Arab as something "foreign" to all things African cannot be historically substantiated as it originated in Africa.  That, in addition to the history of colonization and de-coloialzation,   makes this a subject far beyond what most American Born Pan-Africanist are interested in dealing with.

 

Interestingly you can (and do find) Africans born on the continent who deal with those issues (and others) at length.   They usually ignored by American Pan Africanist, no matter their persuasion.

First They Came For The Africans

 

 

 

First they came for the Ethiopians,
and I didn’t speak up,
because I wasn’t a Ethiopian.
Then they came for the Sudanese,
and I didn’t speak up,
because I wasn’t Sudanese.
Then they came for the Congolese,and I didn’t speak up,
because I was a Congolese.
Then they came for me,
and by that time there was no one
left to speak up for me.

 

Originally Posted by Muhammad Cipher:
Originally Posted by Yemaya:

Another topic that Africa-Americans tend to ignore based on religious beliefs. It seems like only continental born Africans even pay attention to this issue oh and whites who are using it as a political issue to manipulate.

Not sure exactly what you mean by this.  I do know (as seen on AA.org in the past) there is a popular frame that exist where issues involving Africans (dark skinned Africans) where the only acceptable discussion is within that frame.   This can been seen in both article content and thread titles (including this one).  

 

Now of course next will be the obligatory (rolling  eyes....yeah MC you're a Mooozlum so of course you'd say that) dismissal. 

 

The classification of Arab as something "foreign" to all things African cannot be historically substantiated as it originated in Africa.  That, in addition to the history of colonization and de-coloialzation,   makes this a subject far beyond what most American Born Pan-Africanist are interested in dealing with.

 

Interestingly you can (and do find) Africans born on the continent who deal with those issues (and others) at length.   They usually ignored by American Pan Africanist, no matter their persuasion.

If we are soul-interested in and devoted to uniting with the peoples of Africa, then we must model that unity. That means unifying with the Hutus and the Tutsis, the Berbers and the Jews, the Arabs and the Zulus, the Bantu with the Pygmies and not excluding the sons of Euro invaders now living there. Reconciliation and proper distribution of resources and riches to citizens.

 

But! No matter where, nowhere is unity. Hearts yearn for that but nowhere do you see it manifest. There is no unity and there has never been any but conditional unity among the mad animals called Men or Mind. The spirit yearns for it but does not meet it out here except perhaps in real friendly groups, more than in businesses or organizations.

 

I take leave and thank you.

Originally Posted by Jalil:
Originally Posted by Muhammad Cipher:
Originally Posted by Yemaya:

Another topic that Africa-Americans tend to ignore based on religious beliefs. It seems like only continental born Africans even pay attention to this issue oh and whites who are using it as a political issue to manipulate.

Not sure exactly what you mean by this.  I do know (as seen on AA.org in the past) there is a popular frame that exist where issues involving Africans (dark skinned Africans) where the only acceptable discussion is within that frame.   This can been seen in both article content and thread titles (including this one).  

 

Now of course next will be the obligatory (rolling  eyes....yeah MC you're a Mooozlum so of course you'd say that) dismissal. 

 

The classification of Arab as something "foreign" to all things African cannot be historically substantiated as it originated in Africa.  That, in addition to the history of colonization and de-coloialzation,   makes this a subject far beyond what most American Born Pan-Africanist are interested in dealing with.

 

Interestingly you can (and do find) Africans born on the continent who deal with those issues (and others) at length.   They usually ignored by American Pan Africanist, no matter their persuasion.

If we are soul-interested in and devoted to uniting with the peoples of Africa, then we must model that unity. That means unifying with the Hutus and the Tutsis, the Berbers and the Jews, the Arabs and the Zulus, the Bantu with the Pygmies and not excluding the sons of Euro invaders now living there. Reconciliation and proper distribution of resources and riches to citizens.

 

But! No matter where, nowhere is unity. Hearts yearn for that but nowhere do you see it manifest. There is no unity and there has never been any but conditional unity among the mad animals called Men or Mind. The spirit yearns for it but does not meet it out here except perhaps in real friendly groups, more than in businesses or organizations.

 

I take leave and thank you.

If we are truly interested in and devoted to uniting with the peoples of Africa, then we must model that unity. That means unifying with the Hutus and the Tutsis, the Berbers and the Jews, the Arabs and the Zulus, the Bantu with the Pygmies and not excluding the sons of Euro invaders now living there. Reconciliation and proper distribution of resources and riches to citizens.

 

No matter where, nowhere is unity. Hearts yearn for that but nowhere do you see it manifest. There is no unity and there has never been any but conditional unity among the mad animals called Men or Mind. The spirit yearns for it but does not meet it out here except perhaps in real friendly groups, more than businesses or organizations.

 

I take leave and thank you.

  I agree. And that's why we must EDUCATE our youth throughout the world so they can KNOW truth and understand what must be done to developed long term UNITY among all peoples.  But we have to stand in truth no matter how ugly.  It's like labor pains....we must get through the contractions in order to see the birth of a new beginning.  And can't do that with lies.  And the main THREE must stand  up and admit their lies and social manipulation throughout history!  Once that is done....the children will take the lead.  If not, we will continue to be spiraling into the obyss[sp] of social madness.  But! 

The most Glaring factor is the fact that the Black Race is at War and has been at War since the 7th Century with people that are bent on committing genocide against the entire Black race on this planet or enslaving or re-enslaving the entire Black Race, and it is specifically the Black Race, Black people, Africans, and Black people throughout the Entire Black Diaspora that do not seem to realize this Truth or are determined to not acknowledge it.  

Originally Posted by Kocolicious:

  Exactly!  As why they are deemed LOST people who have no vision or history of who they really are and who they can potentially become.  In many upon many ways it is homicide and genocide wrapped up in one.  Tragic.  But!.  

 

 

 

Black folks have been a commodity, first as slaves, now as prison issue whose value is in shoveling cash into the ugly belly of the prison industrial beast. We know, 4 of 5 in prison are in for non-violent crime, using drugs.   If 4 in 5 were set free, $ billions would be lost. Is it  about black folks, per se, or is it  always about power, money, resources and theft with incidental genocide thrown in for evil measure on a criminally insane planet?  I see the selection of victims as incidental. If you can be used, worked, bled, slaved, and milked for your energy and money, then power/money  wants you. There is no power move without a money move. Money is not life’s center but it is survival armor in a soul-less culture. 

 

I have no hopes  for  any kind of unity. I remember, for one example,  when the Black Panthers were showing the film,  Battle of Algiers, like it meant something.   When I was in Algeria, I spoke with a working man who had fought on the Arab side against the French. He said the French had severely tortured him, pulled out his fingernails, ouch. His side won and so what. He kind of shrugged his shoulders and said he was a poor man before the revolution and was the same now. His conditions hadn’t changed.

 

The just person rages in the wilderness. To internally walk with the Supreme, to any degree, that’s as good as it gets. Looking at the evidence of thousands of years, don’t wait around. There’s no expectation, IMHO, of any depraved moderate or radical human institutions   admitting their religious and political lies out here in 3-D. That goes triple for so-called civilized groups who commit mass genocide in the name of the idols  they worship.  

 

Islam, Judaism, and Christianity are all hateful hypocrites, all  war-god worshipping cults. Listened more to Farrakhan’s talks to see if I missed something.  He’s a separate but equal  analogue of white hate preachers with  skill in riling people up,  the type of guy who angrily blames the Jews if he has a difficult BM.  Not enough. Jews seemed to go spiritually downhill  after WWII. Their  hard-liners think only about survival,  babbling about ethics  while mistreating  Palestinians.  As for Christian missionsaries, right, we know! It’s all a social madness cluster-f.  

 

Politics, if worth anything, should improve people’s circumstances. Religion, if worth anything, is about unconditional  love. Ideas can inspire.  Changing people’s circumstances for the better makes more sense than religious ignorance and political arrogance. More between self and God and doing something positive  to help others. What else?

 Is it  about black folks, per se, or is it  always about power, money, resources and theft with incidental genocide thrown in for evil measure on a criminally insane planet?  I see the selection of victims as incidental.

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I see this type of thinking as being paramount to the Black Race being in the position it is in on this planet.  That it is within the scope and mechanism of Tactics being used to put and/or keep Black people, Black countries and Africa oppressed, exploited and vilified, that we believe that what is happening to Black people in America, in Africa and throughout the entire Black Diaspora, as "incidental" and not necessarily racial.  Once we realize and accept the fact that it is Racial, we will have no other choice but to Unite and mobilize against it.  

 

There is no other race of people on this planet that face the racism that Black people face EVERY Where they go and live outside of Africa.  

 

There is no other race of people on this planet that face and have to maneuver the maze of racism, stereotypes, hatred, exploitation, and vilification that Black people and the Black race has to.

 

Africa is still the richest nation in the world as far as resources and land mass goes, yet, Africans and Black people throughout the Black Diaspora are still some of the poorest people.

 

The resources of Africa has made non-Black nations and individuals rich and powerful for centuries, yet, the entire Black Race still languishes at the mercy and whims of non-Black people and nations throughout the world as well as in Africa.  

 

So, it is crucial for those that seek to exploit Africa's resources to be able to instill in the world a negative and racist view and a sense of superiority of the Black Race and Africa and Africans so that no one cares what happens to Black people, no one cares what happens to or in Africa and certainly so that no other oppressed [or non-oppressed] group will ever create any solidarity with the Black Race or Africa.  

Originally Posted by Muhammad Cipher:
Originally Posted by Yemaya:

Another topic that Africa-Americans tend to ignore based on religious beliefs. It seems like only continental born Africans even pay attention to this issue oh and whites who are using it as a political issue to manipulate.

Not sure exactly what you mean by this.  I do know (as seen on AA.org in the past) there is a popular frame that exist where issues involving Africans (dark skinned Africans) where the only acceptable discussion is within that frame.   This can been seen in both article content and thread titles (including this one).  

 

Now of course next will be the obligatory (rolling  eyes....yeah MC you're a Mooozlum so of course you'd say that) dismissal. 

 

The classification of Arab as something "foreign" to all things African cannot be historically substantiated as it originated in Africa.  That, in addition to the history of colonization and de-coloialzation,   makes this a subject far beyond what most American Born Pan-Africanist are interested in dealing with.

 

Interestingly you can (and do find) Africans born on the continent who deal with those issues (and others) at length.   They usually ignored by American Pan Africanist, no matter their persuasion.

 

Thought it fitting to cite myself seeing now there is still no thread, post or argument countering the above.  Ironically offline there is heavy reconsideration and rejection of the "Arab invaders of Africa" meme, as it cannot be reconciled with history.  That's not an argument that those who self identify as Arab are/where perfect.  Not at all, but we have to be real with what the history is and what it isn't.

 

This same issue applies to how people define the phrase "Black people in the diaspora".  Who is Black under such definition and how does that affect how we understand new relationships that are people formed inside and outside of Africa.

 

IMHO the hard truth is that many of us (Black people) who sincerely want to see our people advance and not simply be on the defensive end of oppression have done a poor job of becoming culturally informed on the perspectives of Black (Original) people of the earth. 

The Black(Original) man and woman of China,Japan, Brazil, Venezuela, Australia, India etc etc all have perspectives that are common to those we're familiar with (our own history of slavery) but also have VERY IMPORTANT distinctions that cannot be waved away or replaced with assumptions about their history.

 

Listened more to Farrakhan’s talks to see if I missed something.  He’s a separate but equal  analogue of white hate preachers with  skill in riling people up,  the type of guy who angrily blames the Jews if he has a difficult BM.

If you believe that, you are either extremely un/illinformed or are outright lying about listening to or reading anything from Minister Farrakhan.  The idea that he (and by extension the NOI) are the mirror image of "white hate" is a myth that goes back to the 1950's that plays on Black FEAR of dealing with race for what it is (white supremacy),

 

Or perhaps you didn't see the article posted about white students feeling 'oppressed' because they have to sit, listen and discuss the reality of white oppressors.

 

 

 Brotha Jalil wrote:  


Black folks have been a commodity, first as slaves, now as prison issue whose value is in shoveling cash into the ugly belly of the prison industrial beast. We know, 4 of 5 in prison are in for non-violent crime, using drugs. If 4 in 5 were set free, $ billions would be lost. Is it about black folks, per se, or is it always about power, money, resources and theft with incidental genocide thrown in for evil measure on a criminally insane planet? I see the selection of victims as incidental. If you can be used, worked, bled, slaved, and milked for your energy and money, then power/money wants you. There is no power move without a money move. Money is not life’s center but it is survival armor in a soul-less culture.

 

Exactly my brotha!

I have no hopes for any kind of unity. I remember, for one example, when the Black Panthers were showing the film, Battle of Algiers, like it meant something. When I was in Algeria, I spoke with a working man who had fought on the Arab side against the French. He said the French had severely tortured him, pulled out his fingernails, ouch. His side won and so what. He kind of shrugged his shoulders and said he was a poor man before the revolution and was the same now. His conditions hadn’t changed.

The just person rages in the wilderness. To internally walk with the Supreme, to any degree, that’s as good as it gets. Looking at the evidence of thousands of years, don’t wait around. There’s no expectation, IMHO, of any depraved moderate or radical human institutions admitting their religious and political lies out here in 3-D. That goes triple for so-called civilized groups who commit mass genocide in the name of the idols they worship.

 

I totally agree.

Islam, Judaism, and Christianity are all hateful hypocrites, all war-god worshipping cults.

 

Yep that's right!

 

Listened more to Farrakhan’s talks to see if I missed something. He’s a separate but equal analogue of white hate preachers with skill in riling people up, the type of guy who angrily blames the Jews if he has a difficult BM. Not enough. Jews seemed to go spiritually downhill after WWII. Their hard-liners think only about survival, babbling about ethics while mistreating Palestinians. As for Christian missionsaries, right, we know! It’s all a social madness cluster-f.

 

Wow!  You're on a roll. As far as the Jews?  For me they are the BIGGEST thieves cuz they stole something from us more valuable than all the diamonds and gold.  Our identity.  They stole it.  Jews are semites[sp]. Which is a hybrid of two or more races.  Just like Arabs and most Asians.  So how can they be both chosen and nomadic people at the same time?  That's not being children of God.  Not from where I stand.  I see them as the greatest imposters of all time.  By the way...what is a cluster-f? This a new term for me never heard it before.  Is it what I think it is?

Politics, if worth anything, should improve people’s circumstances. Religion, if worth anything, is about unconditional love. Ideas can inspire. Changing people’s circumstances for the better makes more sense than religious ignorance and political arrogance. More between self and God and doing something positive to help others. What else?

 

You said a mouth full right there my brotha. You are definitely on the money. Cuz every thang you've said is soooo true. As is why I've had difficulty my whole life being in the middle between my moslem father and christian mother and seeing them both lovingly and unconditionally defending the slavers of black people. And both tried to justify slavery and minimize human cruelty from these monsters in their own religious way.  Because of this,  I have always been one to ask questions when I see some form of inequity or injustice even as a child. And so as a result of this conflict of religious interest, I shyed away from being involved with either [what I deemed cult] religions once I was old enough to have a say.  As a matter I'm against ALL religions that subjugate women and [secretly] abuse children.  Cuz that's what most of them do in the dark.  Especially those family cults seen in the mid-west, Cuz really who mostly benefit from these type of religions?  MEN.  MEAN men who socially, emotionally and spiritually abuse both women and their children all in the name of [their] God for their OWN selfish, greedy and perverted reasons.  So no thank you.  I'm gonna pass.

 

And I'm with you I see no way for REAL unity in the future for OUR people although I still have a little hope for the children, IF and only IF they are thoroughly educated regarding GLOBAL history, their rightful place in it and ALL the positive benefits our race contributed [and still contribute] to the betterment of the modern world. It's important to give them the big picture so they can make a BALANCE decision on what and who to believe in terms of freedom and free will.  

 

Also I think the "triple three Rs" think we as black people are NOT supposed to SEE the deceit of their made up theology or the fact that they used [their sick an twisted interpretation of] God's name to be manipulative and self-righteous as they took OUR people, OUR resources, and OUR land...and say in straight face this was done in God's name..hal. lay. lu. yer..... amen.  What the ?  Then when we fight back to regain OUR human right to OUR own selves, we are labeled militants, terrorists, savages.  Well hell...what do they CALL what they did to us? Rescue?  How sad.  As why I think they are not humans at all but descendants of unevolved neanderthals.    But!

 

Originally Posted by sunnubian:

 Is it  about black folks, per se, or is it  always about power, money, resources and theft with incidental genocide thrown in for evil measure on a criminally insane planet?  I see the selection of victims as incidental.

***************************************************************************

 

I see this type of thinking as being paramount to the Black Race being in the position it is in on this planet.  That it is within the scope and mechanism of Tactics being used to put and/or keep Black people, Black countries and Africa oppressed, exploited and vilified, that we believe that what is happening to Black people in America, in Africa and throughout the entire Black Diaspora, as "incidental" and not necessarily racial.  Once we realize and accept the fact that it is Racial, we will have no other choice but to Unite and mobilize against it.  

 

There is no other race of people on this planet that face the racism that Black people face EVERY Where they go and live outside of Africa.  

 

There is no other race of people on this planet that face and have to maneuver the maze of racism, stereotypes, hatred, exploitation, and vilification that Black people and the Black race has to.

 

Africa is still the richest nation in the world as far as resources and land mass goes, yet, Africans and Black people throughout the Black Diaspora are still some of the poorest people.

 

The resources of Africa has made non-Black nations and individuals rich and powerful for centuries, yet, the entire Black Race still languishes at the mercy and whims of non-Black people and nations throughout the world as well as in Africa.  

 

So, it is crucial for those that seek to exploit Africa's resources to be able to instill in the world a negative and racist view and a sense of superiority of the Black Race and Africa and Africans so that no one cares what happens to Black people, no one cares what happens to or in Africa and certainly so that no other oppressed [or non-oppressed] group will ever create any solidarity with the Black Race or Africa.  

 

I'm taking your words in. Thank you.

Originally Posted by Kocolicious:

 Brotha Jalil wrote:  


Black folks have been a commodity, first as slaves, now as prison issue whose value is in shoveling cash into the ugly belly of the prison industrial beast. We know, 4 of 5 in prison are in for non-violent crime, using drugs. If 4 in 5 were set free, $ billions would be lost. Is it about black folks, per se, or is it always about power, money, resources and theft with incidental genocide thrown in for evil measure on a criminally insane planet? I see the selection of victims as incidental. If you can be used, worked, bled, slaved, and milked for your energy and money, then power/money wants you. There is no power move without a money move. Money is not life’s center but it is survival armor in a soul-less culture.

 

Exactly my brotha!

I have no hopes for any kind of unity. I remember, for one example, when the Black Panthers were showing the film, Battle of Algiers, like it meant something. When I was in Algeria, I spoke with a working man who had fought on the Arab side against the French. He said the French had severely tortured him, pulled out his fingernails, ouch. His side won and so what. He kind of shrugged his shoulders and said he was a poor man before the revolution and was the same now. His conditions hadn’t changed.

The just person rages in the wilderness. To internally walk with the Supreme, to any degree, that’s as good as it gets. Looking at the evidence of thousands of years, don’t wait around. There’s no expectation, IMHO, of any depraved moderate or radical human institutions admitting their religious and political lies out here in 3-D. That goes triple for so-called civilized groups who commit mass genocide in the name of the idols they worship.

 

I totally agree.

Islam, Judaism, and Christianity are all hateful hypocrites, all war-god worshipping cults.

 

Yep that's right!

 

Listened more to Farrakhan’s talks to see if I missed something. He’s a separate but equal analogue of white hate preachers with skill in riling people up, the type of guy who angrily blames the Jews if he has a difficult BM. Not enough. Jews seemed to go spiritually downhill after WWII. Their hard-liners think only about survival, babbling about ethics while mistreating Palestinians. As for Christian missionsaries, right, we know! It’s all a social madness cluster-f.

 

Wow!  You're on a roll. As far as the Jews?  For me they are the BIGGEST thieves cuz they stole something from us more valuable than all the diamonds and gold.  Our identity.  They stole it.  Jews are semites[sp]. Which is a hybrid of two or more races.  Just like Arabs and most Asians.  So how can they be both chosen and nomadic people at the same time?  That's not being children of God.  Not from where I stand.  I see them as the greatest imposters of all time.  By the way...what is a cluster-f? This a new term for me never heard it before.  Is it what I think it is?

Politics, if worth anything, should improve people’s circumstances. Religion, if worth anything, is about unconditional love. Ideas can inspire. Changing people’s circumstances for the better makes more sense than religious ignorance and political arrogance. More between self and God and doing something positive to help others. What else?

 

You said a mouth full right there my brotha. You are definitely on the money. Cuz every thang you've said is soooo true. As is why I've had difficulty my whole life being in the middle between my moslem father and christian mother and seeing them both lovingly and unconditionally defending the slavers of black people. And both tried to justify slavery and minimize human cruelty from these monsters in their own religious way.  Because of this,  I have always been one to ask questions when I see some form of inequity or injustice even as a child. And so as a result of this conflict of religious interest, I shyed away from being involved with either [what I deemed cult] religions once I was old enough to have a say.  As a matter I'm against ALL religions that subjugate women and [secretly] abuse children.  Cuz that's what most of them do in the dark.  Especially those family cults seen in the mid-west, Cuz really who mostly benefit from these type of religions?  MEN.  MEAN men who socially, emotionally and spiritually abuse both women and their children all in the name of [their] God for their OWN selfish, greedy and perverted reasons.  So no thank you.  I'm gonna pass.

 

And I'm with you I see no way for REAL unity in the future for OUR people although I still have a little hope for the children, IF and only IF they are thoroughly educated regarding GLOBAL history, their rightful place in it and ALL the positive benefits our race contributed [and still contribute] to the betterment of the modern world. It's important to give them the big picture so they can make a BALANCE decision on what and who to believe in terms of freedom and free will.  

 

Also I think the "triple three Rs" think we as black people are NOT supposed to SEE the deceit of their made up theology or the fact that they used [their sick an twisted interpretation of] God's name to be manipulative and self-righteous as they took OUR people, OUR resources, and OUR land...and say in straight face this was done in God's name..hal. lay. lu. yer..... amen.  What the ?  Then when we fight back to regain OUR human right to OUR own selves, we are labeled militants, terrorists, savages.  Well hell...what do they CALL what they did to us? Rescue?  How sad.  As why I think they are not humans at all but descendants of unevolved neanderthals.    But!

 

I get the feeling, Sista Kocolicious, that you fully embrace and go beyond your identity. Maybe that’s because your parents were from different religions.  I’m like everyone but so outside, I somehow hit a little into the universal. Without that, too much grief and trouble. 

Louis Farrakhan says that oppressors are liars. No one who cares about the truth will defend and pretend that the Arabs did not play a major role in the trans-Atlantic slave trade. That also goes for Arab exploitation and Arab racism. To pretend otherwise would be a big fat lie. 

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