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
formerly curtis j. gordon.
Freedom Revolution to Establish the Egalitarian Deporment Of Mankind.