Starting a Black Nation in the USA

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#21 Nov 27, 2013
PATRIOT DVC wrote:
<quoted text>Hell man they cant maintain a fkn family no need to talk about a destroyed city hahaha!
I hear these super-brothers talk this BS all the time! And talk is all it is! Black leadership is too damn corrupt. Everybody wants to lead,no one wants to follow. I guess leaders get paid more! I'll never trust black leadership!

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#22 Nov 27, 2013
Afro Americans are free to take a ticket to Africa and settle there, there is internet, there is water, there is electricity, and this in all main cities. Use your last money in Africa

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#23 Nov 27, 2013
McAlister73 wrote:
<quoted text>You ever hear of Liberia? Managed by African Americans
No, managed by the USA. The dictator Charles Taylor said he was trained with his fellow thigs from CIA, not Gaddafi, like the US medias said 10 years ago. It was a way to blame an hero for western neocolonialism. How can Libyans pay a thug like him? How can they free him from a US PRISON! CIA did the job.

Libyans are waiving the African Union flag here, with Gaddafi

look at 1:30, the African Union flag. Gaddafi was an African leader


And you still find 1000 lies to keep down the entire world, filthy American

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#24 Nov 27, 2013
*thugs

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#25 Nov 27, 2013
America is a white man country, but Afro Americans have 50 countries they can travel in, learn about history never heard before and enjoy with real open people.

African culture

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#26 Nov 27, 2013
Your posts are a breath of fresh air, "I'm African".
On the other hand (sadly) most Americans are attracted to money, materialism and beauty. If they choose to go there it would more for the economy and less for the culture.

I did some research on Cape Town, SA, that place has everything I need.

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#27 Nov 27, 2013
http://www.bad-perm.com/2011/12/nas-pharrell-...

It's funny now when white people say, "go back to Africa", I like, if I had the money, trust me I would.

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#28 Nov 27, 2013
ImAfrican wrote:
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No, managed by the USA. The dictator Charles Taylor said he was trained with his fellow thigs from CIA, not Gaddafi, like the US medias said 10 years ago.
And you still find 1000 lies to keep down the entire world, filthy American
My knowledge is vast. You are a joke.

"The Americo-Liberians believed that they had nothing in common with the indigenous people, even though their roots were traced back to Africa. They defined themselves as the elite or superior among the indigenous people. In their eyes, the indigenous people were alien, inhuman, and their “savagery” would be a
justifiable reason to take their land, resources, and label them as “second class citizens.”.. Americo-Liberian rule mirrored European rule over Africans during slavery. This would
become the first documentation of Black colonialism in which an elite Black group, Americo-Liberians, would have
dominion over a Black lower class, the indigenous. The ethnic conflict for more a century has been the cause of the current desolate state of the country. It has led to two civil wars and a destroyed infrastructure that is slowly starting to rebuild.

The following is a review of a sample of existing
works on the arrival of the former slaves on Liberian soil and how their arrival caused the ethnic conflict that lasted
for over 133 years.
Between 1822 and 1867, the American Colonization Society with support from the United States government
would transport 18, 858 former slaves to Liberia. According to Yekutiel Gershoni (1985), the purpose for the
resettlement of Blacks was to create an “asylum” where they could reach their full potential. The Blacks upon their
arrival would encounter four ethnic groups: Kru, Mande, Kissi, and Gola, who would challenge their presence on
their land. The former freed slaves would distinguish themselves from the indigenous by calling themselves
“Americo-Liberians” and would deem the indigenous inferior.
In D. Elwood Dunn’s article, Review: Liberia Reconsidered found in the Journal of Modern African Studies, he
states that the rule of the Americo-Liberians over the indigenous people would be defined as “Black Colonialism.” It
was synonymous to European rule over the Africans; in this case the Americo-Liberians oppressed the natives.
Claude A. Clegg’s article,“A Splendid Type of Colored American: Charles Young and the Reorganization of the
Liberian Frontier Force”(1996), documents rebellions, revolts, and protests by ethnic groups like the Kru and Grebo
which illustrate a struggle for the indigenous people to preserve their culture and gain rights that were forcefully
taken away. The Americo-Liberians, who Gabriel I. H. Williams (2002) states, made up 5% of the population,
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would become the elite, began their rule, and claim a status of “superiority” by first implementing principles and
ideals from the United States. Elements of American culture were infused in the system of government in which the
Americo-Liberians gained control. In his book, Liberian Politics: the portrait by African American diplomat J.
Milton Turner (2002), James Bernard Rosser posits that the practice of democracy as a political form of government
was contradictory because the indigenous people were not allowed to participate in it."

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#29 Nov 27, 2013
McAlister73 wrote:
<quoted text>You ever hear of Liberia? Managed by African Americans
Go fix the Euro.
lomaxx

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#30 Nov 27, 2013
_icey_ wrote:
http://www.bad-perm.com/2011/1 2/nas-pharrell-speak-out-about -the-stereotypes-of-africa/
It's funny now when white people say, "go back to Africa", I like, if I had the money, trust me I would.
Then stop blowing your money on Popeyes and hookers you nimrod

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#31 Nov 27, 2013
McAlister73, I'm talking about the modern Liberians. Liberia was created only to rob another African place. USA would never left normal Afro Americans come back and rebuild their life in a normal way.

It's all about colonialism and neo-colonialism. Now it's over and Liberia is between the fastest growing nations, I hope they'll follow the Angolan example, restoring after the war in a fantastic way.

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#32 Nov 27, 2013
So Anyway :)

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#34 Nov 27, 2013
"little" "pygmy" weapons (Northern Congo)

http://i.imgur.com/1JJmwuw.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/idbrgRP.jpg

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#35 Nov 27, 2013
I posted in the wrong thread
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#37 Nov 27, 2013
Soul Hunter wrote:
I would really like too agree with you but I can't for reasons that are obvious. So tell me what gave you the impression that we can govern better and how would you go about carving up part of the U.S without the central gov resorting too violence? Lastly what are all these pros you speak of and what form of government would we have?
there is no way to maintain our own nation without violence, it's basically impossible without violence unless enough of us get together and move to a island and build from there. the reason I say that is because too blacks in America are selfish and lazy. they're not gonna wanna take responsibility and make things better for each other. if enough blacks don't work together to make it happen then it's not gonna happen unless we run whites out of the nation. we have to fight and overtake the government's power. if we gonna do that then we need a powerful military military tools to work with.
Bantu Limited

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#38 Nov 27, 2013
Zimbabwe has give non Zims businesses men a deadline to leave the country. This includes chinese, asians, euros, nigeria and other africans. zimbabwe is in the process of indegenousization of zimbabwes economy. ^_^
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#39 Nov 27, 2013
Or another good thing we can do is invest in Haiti or Jamaica and help the government there govern the nation more better and when it becomes good enough then we all move there and work from there.

Kip

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#41 Nov 27, 2013
Look, I'm all for equality and the reality that black is beautiful, but a B-Black Nation? How are we going to do that? Hell, many of us can't even survive our own communities, now somebody's talking a NATION? A nation of what, really?
For whom? I'm going to opt out of this one. No thanks. A nation needs strong leadership, people willing to BUILD, a strong tax base, a class of highly skilled workers and more educated people. I'm sure it all sounds nice to talk about at the Black Power meetings, but it's not a reality.
ohReally

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#43 Nov 27, 2013
black wrote:
govern the nation more better
I'd start with teaching English, if YOU'RE any example.

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#44 Nov 27, 2013
black wrote:
Or another good thing we can do is invest in Haiti or Jamaica and help the government there govern the nation more better and when it becomes good enough then we all move there and work from there.
If Jamaica and Haiti are in that state it's all thanks to US, if you go there they'll explain you all the political madness and atrocities made by US to taking down the major Carribean countries.

It's like South America for US, people to exploit and take down. Instead US trade like Canada with no problems, no golpe there... guess why... It's all about the "white" ethnicity.

Do you know that Canada had special schools for Natives in the '50? Where they were raped and beated, to mke them "real British".

See the transformation, from Native to "British"
http://www.bridgepugliausa.it/images/art_gall...

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