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The Case for Repatriation

Destroy your enemy by making him your friend. -Abraham Lincoln


This is a call to arms. I recently discovered a document written by the infamous Willie Lynch entitled 'The Origin and Development of a Social Being called the Negro' , and it offended me. I found within its elements the dictates used to predetermine my life. I found the blueprints, as it were, for the making of a slave, and I was extremely offended in finding proof I was still a slave. That I had been reared in accordance with the two hundred year old horse breaking principles converted to be used on man.

Then I discovered, by no ironic twist of fate, the very man who emancipated the african slaves had not done so because it was in our best interest, or because it was 'right' to do so, but because it was in the best intest of his great Union. It was like finding out Santa Clause was a child molester and his one day off was Christmas. It was a rude awakening.

It cannot be denied that we africans were the enemy of the people who named themselves americans before they saw fit the bestow the name upon us, the renmant of their conqests. Then, in perfect keeping with his philosophy, Abraham Lincoln made the enemy of his country its friend. He 'emancipated' us by proclamation, declaring the southern states of his union in rebellion in the process, and using us as the exclaimation point.

In one swift move, the most fearful enemy of the fledgling Union was made instant and lasting friend by declaring them 'free' americans. We bought it hook line and sinker and just like that, all thoughts of repatriation were given over to gratitude. In one day, the african slave had been transformed from the resolute to the quiscent. The fight was over before we had a chance to fight. The battle was lost before we realized it had even begun.

We had, indeed, been utterly destroyed by the very person most often thought of as our closest friend. A betrayal of honor, if there ever was one, but now, the blinders are off. We have been used like beasts of burden, driven by force to one end of the field and lead by a carrot to the other. It is time to make a stand and reject the yoke of our oppressors. No longer will I stand by and be driven to labor against my will. No longer will I allow myself to be associated with the entity that stole my freedoms, replacing it with the guise of 'independance'. No longer will I stand and participate, by silence and inaction, in the crimes perpretrated by this country against the world, the indigenous people of this land, and my ancestors.

I declare my intent to file federal suit in a court of law for repatriation on the grounds of false inprisonment, misrepresentation of freedoms, and the bad faith enactment and false pretenses of the Emancipation Proclamation. I also plan to sue for the separation of my identity from that of this country. To, in fact become, a 'free will identity' separate and apart from the United States of America.

I can no longer stand by and allow my future and my identity to be marred by the actions of a country that does not, and has not ever at any point in its history, represented me as a free willed individual. I was not given the choice to accept my citizenship as a result of it being unlawfully imposed upon my ancestors by decree. I was not given the choice of liberating myself of the american 'independance' imposed upon me by the US Declaration. I wish to take the time to do so now. Officially.

Immediately and upon favorable resolution of this contention, I will divest myself of all attachments concerned with the american government including citizenship, rights and priviledges thereto, and all honors and priviledges due me thereby. I further intend to seek recompense by way of securing the means to establish myself and my family in an independent and sustainable life in the amount of two hundred and fifty thousand dollars in gold bullion and my personal absolution of the US government of liability concerning crimes commited against myself, my family, and my ancestors in the past.

I intend to file the case as a class action civil lawsuit in the expectation of others willing to join me in the crusade for our very lives, freedoms, and identity as a people apart from the image of the american government who have greviously oppressed us for centuries until this day. Now is the time to take a stand for the moral reorientation of the african american as a people free of the taint of our former slave bearers.

Before my God and Humanity, January 14, 2004, 10:21 pm

soul_doctor73,
formerly curtis j. gordon.

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Black Codes

'Black Codes' were laws passed by certain southern states after the Civil War with the intention of limiting the real freedoms of the freed African Americans. After the war, in which close to 200,000 black men (and uncounted women) fought, slavery was technically illegal. But most southern whites did not really accept emancipation and would not permit the former slaves to live on an equal basis with themselves. The South developed new laws to recreate the old "slave codes," laws that pretended to protect blacks but in fact restricted their activities. These new "black codes" were almost identical to the slave codes; in some cases the word "slave" was replaced with the word "black".

The slave codes had, among other restrictions, prohibited blacks from owning property and moving freely. The black codes were meant to serve a virtually identical purpose. In October 1865 Mississippi and South Carolina enacted the first and most severe black codes. Both states had black majority populations; in these states and elsewhere, the codes reflected white planters' anxiety over how their former workforce was to be controlled. So, the black code required all black people to have jobs; any black people who were unemployed could be arrested for vagrancy and sentenced to prison. . The state of Mississippi laws allowed sheriffs to arrest any black person who quit his or her job to be forcibly returned to that boss. In addition, some codes forbid freed persons from having any jobs except their slave jobs: farmworker or servant. The black codes limited the geographic locations open to sale or rental to blacks, imposed strict curfews, and banned possession of firearms by blacks.

An especially outrageous part of the codes permitted black children to be kept as unpaid "apprentice" labor. If black parents were decided to be unfit parents by the white authorities their children were bound over to white farmers--frequently their former owners--until the children reached the age of 21.

The black codes generated intense resistance among freed persons in the South and outrage in the northern states. In some cases the codes were declared illegal by temporary governors or military governors appointed by the Federal Government after Congress imposed military rule in the southern states. In order to comply with the letter of the Civil Rights Act (1866), later codes made no mention of race or color, although the intent of the legislation remained clear. By 1870, legislation controlling the behavior specifically of blacks had been formally repealed.

Adapted From Encyclopedia Americana Online ©2001. [http://ea.grolier.com]



If one considers the fact that at the release of the former southern slaves, none of them were given a viable means by which they could sustain themselves or 'money'. They were not given a way to financially etablish themselves independantly of their former slave owners and as a result were subjectively forced to return to 'work' for them. The black codes of the 1800s resulting from the civil war prevented any former slave from equal opportunity at life and liberty specifically for this purpose. This aspect of the Emancipation is relevant in comparison with the modern circumstance of most blacks.

From the beginning we were not given equal ground on which to build a meaningful life. Then, as now, we were not capable of existing independant of our former slave masters even though we had been 'freed'. We were dependant on them as slaves, and even moreso after the emancipation since we possessed no property or valuables. We needed food and shelter which required money to obtain, and in order to get money we had to work because none had come with our 'freedom'. We were, in essence, forced to continue in our venue as manual labor, even though we were 'freed' from compulsory labor by slavery.

The efforts taken to restrict the freedoms of former slaves were not completely removed. At no point in our history as 'former slaves' have we been able to exist independant of our former owners. At no time have we been able to exercise our will without regard for that of our former slave masters. Nor have we ever, at any point in our four hundred year association with European colonizers, been able to govern or rule ourselves as we had done prior to our initial subjugation.


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Emancipation

Emancipation means to free. The Emancipation Proclamation military command issued by Pres. Abraham Lincoln on Jan. 1, 1863, proclaimed the freeing of all slaves in the regions of the South still under Confederate control in the Civil War.

The Emancipation Proclamation was written in a rather dull way for a document of such importance. It was written as a military order, including the phrase: "the executive government of the United States, including the military and naval authority thereof, will recognize and maintain the freedom of such persons and will do no act or acts to repress such persons, or any of them, in any efforts they may make for their actual freedom."


The Emancipation Proclamation had a limited effect. Slaves in the border states (which had not seceded from the Union) were not included in the proclamation, in order not to anger them. Neither was Tennessee, and parts of Virginia and Louisiana were likewise excepted, because it would have been difficult to claim "military necessity" in areas already under federal control.

In response to charges that he hoped to incite uprisings in the Confederacy, Lincoln also enjoined slaves to "abstain from all violence, unless in necessary self-defense." At the same time, he announced that "such persons of suitable condition" would be received into the armed service of the United States.

In its immediate practical effect, cynics noted, the Proclamation freed no one at all, but this ceased to be true as Union forces conquered additional territory and as slaves in growing numbers fled to their protection. Army commanders were left to improvise care for these refugees. President Lincoln paid little attention to the problem, and Congress dallied until March 1865, when it created a Freedmen's Bureau. It was rather as a dramatic expression of national commitment that the Proclamation changed the nature of the war and virtually ensured the complete extinction of slavery later confirmed in the 13th Amendment.

adapted from Don E. Fehrenbacher's article "Emancipation Proclamation" in the Encyclopedia Americana Online.


When the Emancipation Proclamation was issued, only the southern states which had already seceded from the Union were affected. Issued as a military order, it was simply used as a tactic by Lincoln to destabalize the confederate states by turning their former slaves against them and using them as weapons. It was also used to increase the size of the nothern fighting forces in their civil war campain with Lincoln availing himself of those recently freed slaves who were now desperate for survival. Not only was the intention behind the emancipation falsly misrepresented as 'freedom' for the slaves, but it also falsely assumed all formerly held slaves would desire to remain in the land of their captors instead of petition for repatriation and associated costs.

It wasn't until two years later that slavery across the Nation was abolished and still another two years before former slaves were given 'citizenship' as immigrants or 'naturalized' citizens, during which time most, if not all, rights and priviledges of white americans, blacks were prevented from enjoying. None of the border states or northern states were included in the Proclamation, and of the southern states included it was only to induce the now 'free' slaves into indentured servitude on the side of their northern allies.

Since this decree was issued by 'military necessity' as is presented in the above quoted material, nothing of our former slave identity was actually 'emancipated', merely changed from one method of exploitation to another. We went from being forced to work for the masters who fed and housed us, to being 'forced by need' to work for pay in the employ of the same people. All money received for our labor was, by circumstance, returned to the pockets of our 'employers'. They were the same people who owned the houses we lived in, the land we needed to build on, and what food we could purchase to eat. The exact same way it is to this day.

The wealth and prosperity of america, in a far greater percentage, is in the hands of our former slave masters just as it was in the days of our slavery. Very little of our status as 'slave' decendants has changed. We are still subject to the rule of those who first enslaved us. We are still compelled to live in accordance with their culture and 'history'. We are still dependant on them for our day to day survival and existance. There has been no change in our 'freedom', only a deception used to give the impression of it.

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The Case for Repatriation: Revisited



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When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.--That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, --That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.

Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn, that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed.
But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.--

Such has been the patient sufferance of these Colonies; and such is now the necessity which constrains them to alter their former Systems of Government. The history of the present King of the Great Britian is a history of repeated injuries and usurpations, all having in direct object the establishment of an absolute Tyranny over these States. To prove this, let Facts be submitted to a candid world:


And so begins the Declaration of Independance. The 'cry' used by the founding fathers of these United States to give cause for separation from their former rulers. Now, it has become incumbent upon us to exercise this same right handed down to us citizens from those who first established this country on the principles of Truth and Justice for All. Principles that no longer apply evenly in this country as injustice, inequality, and the premeditated deception of the American people are a daily occurence. The founding fathers did not include us, their former slaves, in their conception of the Declaration of Independance. They could not have possibly foreseen that the very document used to establish this country would in turn be used against it. In the upholding of self-evident truths and the preservation of certain inalienable rights, the United States government is a failed experiment. What remains is a facade. A lie perpetrated by the wealthy rulers of this country upon all its citizens, and in turn, the world community.

With capitalism as an economic policy and 'democracy' as a foreign policy, America holds the world in its iron grip. But within that grip are the crushed and lifeless forms of countless millions of innocent men, women, and children alienated by these same American policies. In America alone, more than thirty million people are considered to be 'needy', or in poverty to such an extent that they must supliment their tables with food lines and soup kitchens. This from a nation with a yearly budget that could set every man, woman, and child of its citizenry at ease for the rest of their lives and its foreseeable future. But instead, the economic policy of this country bankrupts entire nations, puts millions of people into need, and leaves countless millions others to starve. As 'Leaders of the Free World', the American governement has failed the people it deigns to lead by allowing only for the successes of a chosen few, while ignoring and impoverishing the great majority. The world looks upong the American Government with eyes of both care and concern. Some care for the idea of freedom this country is supposed to represent. The concerned are those who fear for what this country has become, a totalitarian dictatorship, with the world under its thumb. But every four or eight years, the thumb changes, and these last four years have garnered the concern of many nations who now see America's foreign policy as a threat to world peace.

The founding fathers could not have ever imagined the monster their beloved country would become. A despotic force only concerned with its wealth and the self-interests of its wealthy. The fluff and granduer of this election process only draws attention away from what really lies beneath,.a powerless people. After all the voting is done, the governing officials will again revert to their previous states of incommunicado. The interior workings of Washington D.C. will again be closed off to the public while their elected officials go about their personal agendas and the pet projects of their 'constituents'. The political power structure of this country is conceived in such as way as to prevent the ascension of the ordinary citizen to any office of significance. Since it takes money, and lots of it, the true part the average citizen plays in the governing of their country, year by year, is little to none. Behind closed doors politicians strike deals, formulate and implement laws for us they exempt themselves from, and rule by deceit over those who voted them into office. The public has little to no understanding of what the running of their governent really entails, and as a matter of policy, it will stay that way. At least it would have.

Now, there is no question of the failure our leaders, and because of this, no debate over the action that must be taken as a matter of course. Since the abolishment of slavery, the America government has ruled over its African and Indiginous minority deceitfully, deliberately misappropriating the identity of their african slaves in order to use them as a military tactic against the rebelling southern states. They applied to them what previously did not apply, and as a result, have bestowed upon us their African-American decendants the right to assert the Power of the People. Previously I had denouced my citizenship in an attempt to make a statement concerning the disgust I felt at discovering my true circumstance as an African in American. I now willingly recant my previous statements and willfully chose to retain my citizenship in the United States as it is become my duty, is my obligation, as well as my right to call into question the government, its policies, and to gauge the consent of the people concerning it.

It has long been apparent to all Americans, white and minority alike, that the effect of the people on its governemental officials is little to nonexistant. We have their promises to resolve American problem, but what we receive from them are overseas occupations, wars of dubious aim, pledges of 'aid' to sufferers in other countries, and the blessings of our 'allies'. The people of America have no part or say in what our governement does internationally, and the only time we actually get to voice our opinions is when we vote. After which, those we vote into office turn their backs to us as soon as they become part of the machine they have vowed to fight against. We the people are left with no effective means by which to impugn the morality of those who intentionally mislead us. We are powerless in our efforts to effect change as the courts and judges belong to this political party or that, and motivated by personal desire instead of justice for the common man. We are completely unable to alter the course of our nation without great difficulty akin to turning a wheel against the flow of water that propells it forward. We, as individuals, would be swept away by these mighty forces like so much flotsom. But united in determination we could stem the flow and reverse the process that has brought our country to its current status as the most feared by foreign nations and its citizens as the most hated of world nationalities.

Let me qualify that statement, the world does not hate 'Americans'. The world hates American capitalism. The world does not hate America's citenzens, the world hates the American juggernaut that refuses to acknowledge independance of soverieg nations and their peoples in its campaign for 'democracy'. This country has become the monster in the closest, now hiding under the bed. The monster everyone knows is there, but is terrified to face. The destruction of the Twin Towers represented not an attack on the American people, but an attack on American economic policies. The current attacks on Americans in Iraq is not an attack on the American principles of 'Liberty and Justice for all', but an attack on American foreign policy. There is no objectivity in the way this country intervenes in the activities of other nations when the mass murder of innocents by their leaders is no reason for war, but 'weapons of mass destruction' are. There is no humanitarian compassion in this nation's offer of aid to countries in need of food when those who need it do not receive it because there is no true concern to actually see to their needs.

There is no Truth or Justice that can be attributed to any American policy of recent note that did not first serve American interests. The cavalier way in which our leaders go about implementing their policy has created a number of enemies for us. Our leaders have reaped the rewards of their policies while their citizens suffer the repercussions. Few Americans can travel safely about the world as a result of their government's international image. Americans who have had nothing to do with the creation of that image, and no part in the promoting of it. We the american people did not invade Iraq. Our government did. We the people did not supply Saddam Hussien in his bid for power or Bin Ladin in his fight to oust Russia. Our government did. We the American people did not stand by while Saddam Hussein turned his army against his own people. Our government did. We the American people did not stand by while the Taliban established itself in am oppressive rule over Afganistan. Our government did.

We the American People are not guilty of the policies of the American Government. But what we are guilty of is the complacent attitudes that has allowed injustice to develop and foster. We are guilty of standing by and doing nothing while our government has robbed us of international honor and dignity. We have become guilty of allowing our comfort and the maintenance of it to subvert the principles upon which this country was founded. We are guilty because as the people, we are the power, yet we have allowed ourselves to be stripped of even the semblance of it. We the American People fear for our 'national security', not because we the people have become a target of terrorists, but because our leadership has ignored humanitarian rights in the implementation of their policies. They have usurped the independence of sovereign nations in the proliferation of 'democracy'. They have brought about the current crisis of world hunger by their inaction when they have both the power and presence to prevent it. They have brought about the international instability of world affairs with their wanton disregard for their confining and restricting policies that serve only to create more wealth. Not for America and her citizens, but for those certain few installed to rule over us.

We have become a driverless cart as that which should propel us forward under the purposeful control of a responsible driver instead careens ahead under its own will without regard for its charge. As it now stand, the world gathers to act in an effort to stop this runaway cart by any means necessary before it crushes another nation and these efforts have begun to show themselves. If we do not act, we the People will be caught in the crossfire, and as wards of our government, simply be casualties in the process. They will not seek out those who bear the guilt of these actions in an effort to punish them. They will not stop to see if any innocents are present. So we must act ourselves beforehand. We must take back our government or establish a new one before it is too late to recover from the repercussions.

'If you do not prepare for the future, the future will prepare for you.' I quote from a source known and unknown. Knowledge awarded only to those who witnessed it.

The future is already prepared for America and it is no mystery to the world community what that future is. Now is the time for us, the American People, to prepare for the future.

sd
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Norland, do not insult my intelligence. Do you think I do not know what this country is and who it belongs to? Please, do not assume you alone feel as you do or possess an understanding concerning this country's history. I am well aware of it. As for what the native 'americans' called this place, if you are so concerned for accuracy, why not call them by the names they call themselves? You should be well aware that it was not 'native american'.

sd

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So many on this board decry what "The System" does to one's identity. Yet, we take the terminology of "The System", and apply it to others, e.g. "Native Americans". Why? Because we don't know their ancestral nationality. Why? Because "The System" doesn't care.

I really wish the people who are original in this land would identify themselves with their ancestral nationality, Cherokee-American, Apache-American, etc., and not play the game.

But that's off topic.

PEACE

Jim Chester

You are who you say you are. Your children are who you say you are.
I feel you Soul Doctor. I'm totally committed for repatriation. I believe it's a feasible option as an alternative to reparations (which I'm pro-reparations) for African-Americans to be culturally and economically connected with our ancestoral homeland. My only disagreement is to divest all citizenship with the US. I wouldn't want to give caucasoids the satisfaction. I believe dual citizenship with Afrikan countries that are willing to participate in such an historic program can be facilitated. The jews practice dual citizenship which works to their advantage. This is one reason why I believe the jewish lobby is this country is so powerful. And with the ever changing immigration laws the Mexicans are moving in the direction of dual citizenship. Nonetheless, African-Americans must take a good look at repatriation as a step to becoming self-sufficient.

Peace!
dual citizenship with Afrikan countries -- keynote

I have no arguement with one's choice. Viability seems important if the leverage of power is the goal, however. Which one of the 60-plus nations of Africa, would one become a citizen? If it is a matter of choice, where is the concentration of power?

It would seem the greatest value lies with focusing that leverage on African America. Without religion in the construction.

PEACE

Jim Chester

You are who you say you are. Your children are who you say you are.

[This message was edited by James Wesley Chester on February 06, 2004 at 05:13 AM.]
Apologies to soul_doctor73 and James Wesley Chester. Not trying to "insult the intelligence" of either one of you, just expressing my opinion. Case closed.

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Africans have made no advancement in America without shedding their blood. Yet, they are so confused that they are the first to shed blood for the system which made them shed their blood. African soldiers knew nothing of Iraq or Kuwait, nothing of Zionism. All they knew was Saddam was a monster. Nevertheless, the African in America represents the most instinctively revolutionary group in the country because of the position they are in. It is time for us to get conscious.--Kwame Ture
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Originally posted by James Wesley Chester:
Careful what you wish for.-- soul_doctor73

I made the wish in the interest of self-determination.

Native-Americans are doing just as we do.

We accept and use the Color Game to guide ourselves and to teach our children who they are.

Shame on us.

We remain our own worst enemy.

PEACE

Jim Chester

You are who you say you are. Your children are who you say you are.


No argument there. But the thing about wishes is they have a funny way of coming true, and not always in the way one would imagine. That is why I say careful. We americans have the habit of saying "God 'bless' america". I can imagine what sort of blessing God might impart, and like wishes, not always what one would imagine.

sd

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Originally posted by KEYNOTE:
I feel you Soul Doctor. I'm totally committed for repatriation. I believe it's a feasible option as an alternative to reparations (which I'm pro-reparations) for African-Americans to be culturally and economically connected with our ancestoral homeland. My only disagreement is to divest all citizenship with the US. I wouldn't want to give caucasoids the satisfaction. I believe dual citizenship with Afrikan countries that are willing to participate in such an historic program can be facilitated. The jews practice dual citizenship which works to their advantage. This is one reason why I believe the jewish lobby is this country is so powerful. And with the ever changing immigration laws the Mexicans are moving in the direction of dual citizenship. Nonetheless, African-Americans must take a good look at repatriation as a step to becoming self-sufficient.

Peace!


Someone else also mentioned dual citizenship. In my follow up to this, if you didn't happen to read it, I recanted. Though for a different reason than you propose.

Peace and Blessings
sd

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Originally posted by Norland:
Apologies to soul_doctor73 and James Wesley Chester. Not trying to "insult the intelligence" of either one of you, just expressing my opinion. Case closed.

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Africans have made no advancement in America without shedding their blood. Yet, they are so confused that they are the first to shed blood for the system which made them shed their blood. African soldiers knew nothing of Iraq or Kuwait, nothing of Zionism. All they knew was Saddam was a monster. Nevertheless, the African in America represents the most instinctively revolutionary group in the country because of the position they are in. It is time for us to get conscious.--Kwame Ture


Maybe I was harsh norland. My apolgies
sd

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Freedom Revolution to Establish the Egalitarian Deporment Of Mankind.
It's all good, soul_doctor73. I'm in full agreement with you and Keynote's diatribe about repatriation. African people, et al, deserve to live somewhere in peace and tranquility, with the ability to self-rule (sans the destruction of bombs and death, imposed by others) on this planet. Remember, that's just MY opinion!! Big Grin

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Africans have made no advancement in America without shedding their blood. Yet, they are so confused that they are the first to shed blood for the system which made them shed their blood. African soldiers knew nothing of Iraq or Kuwait, nothing of Zionism. All they knew was Saddam was a monster. Nevertheless, the African in America represents the most instinctively revolutionary group in the country because of the position they are in. It is time for us to get conscious.--Kwame Ture
African people, et al, deserve to live somewhere in peace and tranquility, with the ability to self-rule (sans the destruction of bombs and death, imposed by others) on this planet. -- Norland

There are "African" people "with the ability of self-rule" all over the continent. They occupy and rule in a variety of nations.

I think I know what you mean, but please tell me. If it is the creation of a new, and sovereign state, how and where?

PEACE

Jim Chester

You are who you say you are. Your children are who you say you are.

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