how do black americans and africans v...

Level 8

Since: Aug 09

Saint Louis, MO

#53 Apr 29, 2013
One thing is to get much deeper into Islamic research. I want to know the details of Somali history.

Level 8

Since: Aug 09

Saint Louis, MO

#54 Apr 29, 2013
Here it is Africans. This is Unification process already under way. This is what Nkrumah proposed. It will work. All we have to do is keep doing this. Unification can happen within a matter of months. Or at least the next major step can be taken. Once we get a critical mass of parties, all that would be left to do is Proclaim African Unification.

Long Live the African Nation!!!
muminfreedomfigh ta

United States

#55 Apr 29, 2013
Abdurratln wrote:
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I wish I had known those brothers. Jeffries is still alive and so am I. GOD-Willing I will sit down with him and break bread some day.
I talk to dr.j a lot he is getting up there but he is great. He teaches you something new all the time. His spirit of pan africanism is strong. I have been places with him where he would take us to lunch and teach for hours right there. He is brilliant.

Level 8

Since: Aug 09

Saint Louis, MO

#56 Apr 29, 2013
And it is being done by Muslim Sudan. This does not surprise me much. It is very interesting that South Sudan did not do it.

Level 8

Since: Aug 09

Saint Louis, MO

#57 Apr 29, 2013
muminfreedomfighta wrote:
<quoted text>I talk to dr.j a lot he is getting up there but he is great. He teaches you something new all the time. His spirit of pan africanism is strong. I have been places with him where he would take us to lunch and teach for hours right there. He is brilliant.
Sounds good.

Hey, did you see that the political parties in Africa are meeting in Sudan? This is huge. This is history in the making right before our own eyes. We need to mark this moment. We will rmemeber where we were and what we were doing when we first heard this.

What do you think?
muminfreedomfigh ta

United States

#58 Apr 29, 2013
Abdurratln wrote:
One thing is to get much deeper into Islamic research. I want to know the details of Somali history.
Sheikh Abdullah Hakim Quick does a great rundown of islamic history on the continent and in the americas. In fact he got his doctorate on Uthman dan fodio. He as shows how some of his students ended up in slavery in the americas and were integral parts of slave revolts. You can youtube him he is intetesting. In fact this weekend he is coming to queens inshallah so inshallah i will shoot over there from brooklyn to hear him speak on this topic
muminfreedomfigh ta

United States

#59 Apr 29, 2013
Abdurratln wrote:
Here it is Africans. This is Unification process already under way. This is what Nkrumah proposed. It will work. All we have to do is keep doing this. Unification can happen within a matter of months. Or at least the next major step can be taken. Once we get a critical mass of parties, all that would be left to do is Proclaim African Unification.
Long Live the African Nation!!!
Our connecting with each other is all it takes. As far as muslim brothers and sisters we pray together all the time. I dont know why this process is so difficult. Long Live the African Nation!!!
muminfreedomfigh ta

United States

#60 Apr 29, 2013
Abdurratln wrote:
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Sounds good.
Hey, did you see that the political parties in Africa are meeting in Sudan? This is huge. This is history in the making right before our own eyes. We need to mark this moment. We will rmemeber where we were and what we were doing when we first heard this.
What do you think?
I think this is critical because the west is poised for recolonization and we need a unified voice or else the work of nkrumah, lumumba and others will be completely erased. So im all for anything that leads to progress.

Level 8

Since: Aug 09

Saint Louis, MO

#61 Apr 30, 2013
muminfreedomfighta wrote:
<quoted text>I think this is critical because the west is poised for recolonization and we need a unified voice or else the work of nkrumah, lumumba and others will be completely erased. So im all for anything that leads to progress.
On page 56 of the Hnadbook of Revulutionary Warfare, Osagyefo called for thwe All-African Committee for the Political Coordination.( http://www.scribd.com/doc/59657584/Kwame-Nkru... ) They are calling themsleves the Council of African Political Parties. But that is okay. Like you said as long as it leads to progress. In fact, the idea of "concil" seems stronger than the idea of "cvommittee". "Council" implies sovereignty. That means they are already climing sovereinty over the A frican continent. The next step wou be simply to put governmental strctures in place. This is a time for Prayer. I think we are headed there. And we need GOD's Help to get there sucessfully. A nything worthwhile requires al-Basmallah Prayer, at least.
Lovely

Garden Grove, CA

#62 Apr 30, 2013
Bronze5 wrote:
Just because they're the same color doesn't mean we're the same people. Africans and Arabs sold blacks into slavery
huh?

Level 8

Since: Aug 09

Saint Louis, MO

#63 Apr 30, 2013
Lovely wrote:
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huh?
She is just another idiot. I try to ignore her type. I advise you to also ignore her.
muminfreedomfigh ta

Brooklyn, NY

#65 May 1, 2013
fanti1977 wrote:
<quoted text>yes there are trends that are troubling. Sometimes I wonder is it because we have made enormous gains since the civil era ended and we feel that any connection with the motherland is not necessary. There is growing lack of interest in black studies among some blacks that is worrisome. If you were a leader of a black issue group how would you handle this problem?
Social media and community involvement. If the people see you they dont think that what you're talking about belongs in yesteryear.

“Leading the Revolution”

Level 6

Since: Oct 09

Washington, DC

#66 May 2, 2013
What we need is organization, without structure we are going to continue this current path

Level 8

Since: Aug 09

Saint Louis, MO

#67 May 2, 2013
fanti1977 wrote:
<quoted text>yes there are trends that are troubling. Sometimes I wonder is it because we have made enormous gains since the civil era ended and we feel that any connection with the motherland is not necessary. There is growing lack of interest in black studies among some blacks that is worrisome. If you were a leader of a black issue group how would you handle this problem?
I guess about 60% of my university is white or near white. 35% is Asian. 2-3% is African. But we are world leaders in Middle Eastern and African Studies. For example, last night there werre a bunch of white kids in the library researching Sudan and Horn of Africa. If blacks are too dumb to nkow that Africa is very, very important in the world, whites are not nearly that dumb. Every white I know in this school wants to study Africa. In other words, if he is into social and political scineces, he wants to know about Africa. When I was in Junior college, my white political science instructor was the first to tell me about Pan-Africanism. We were discussing political philosophy. So i asked him whar was political philsophy in Africa. He told me to research Kwame Nkrumah. Nkrumahism is Pan-Africanism. I was still a youngster. And I have been studying Nkrumahism ever since. I am one of the world's leaders in Pan-Africanist political theory and practice. And it started with my white professor. The black teachers have no idea what it is about. But all the whites know.
muminfreedomfigh ta

United States

#68 May 2, 2013
Thats true starting a homework/afterschool snack program with youth sounds simple but it will go a long way towards building community first.

Level 8

Since: Aug 09

Saint Louis, MO

#69 May 2, 2013
muminfreedomfighta wrote:
Thats true starting a homework/afterschool snack program with youth sounds simple but it will go a long way towards building community first.
Well, that is a fiast step in te right direction. We need to revitalize the idea that we have to do things for our own community, no matter how small. Doing for our own people is what we are about in the Convention People's Party ( http://conventionpeoplesparty.org/ ) The Coalition of African American Pastors is also on the right track ( http://conventionpeoplesparty.org/ ) I have allied the CPP with the CAAP. I am hoping that we can find many ways to work together. This is where my money goes. I pay dues to the CPP and I make donations to the CAAP. In addition to do that, I help to finance projects in Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe is a great investment opportunity. But, I am not doing this to get rich. I think what I will do is increase my donations to the CPP and ask our Secretary-General to re-invest the money in Zimbabwe. Thart way the CPP will own the equity in Zimbabwe. And if I ever need something to fall back on, the CPP will take care of me, GOD-Willing. This is how things ought to be. During our money maaking years, we invest in things and insttituions that will look after us after we retire and can make money no longer. But even after I am dead, the CPP will benefit from its assets in Zimbabwe. I will be dead and will not need them.

Consider this as my senioer comrade told me a couple days ago. Back in the day, the CPP had one million members. We will have that many again soon. If every member donates $1 per month, imagine how much money that is. And imagine how much power that represents. And imagine how much we can do with that. It works like that. And more and more of our people must think like that. I have another comrade on facebook. He and I developed a project called African Economic Development Plan. Look it up on Facebook. It is still in its early stages of development right now. But it has great potential. Essentially, the original idea was to plan what we want to do. And then do it. For example, there is huge water resources under tjhe desert in Africa.( http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment... ) My own plan is to get that water and use it to irrigate desert land. Imagine how much farming and food production and biofuel production we can do by digging water holes in the African deserts and growing crops there. We would not ever need to impoprt food again. Plus we would create a large number of jobs for our youth. Our youth wing of the CPP is headed in that direction. I am workig to help them.
muminfreedomfigh ta

United States

#70 May 2, 2013
Abdurratln wrote:
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Well, that is a fiast step in te right direction. We need to revitalize the idea that we have to do things for our own community, no matter how small. Doing for our own people is what we are about in the Convention People's Party ( http://conventionpeoplesparty.org/ ) The Coalition of African American Pastors is also on the right track ( http://conventionpeoplesparty.org/ ) I have allied the CPP with the CAAP. I am hoping that we can find many ways to work together. This is where my money goes. I pay dues to the CPP and I make donations to the CAAP. In addition to do that, I help to finance projects in Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe is a great investment opportunity. But, I am not doing this to get rich. I think what I will do is increase my donations to the CPP and ask our Secretary-General to re-invest the money in Zimbabwe. Thart way the CPP will own the equity in Zimbabwe. And if I ever need something to fall back on, the CPP will take care of me, GOD-Willing. This is how things ought to be. During our money maaking years, we invest in things and insttituions that will look after us after we retire and can make money no longer. But even after I am dead, the CPP will benefit from its assets in Zimbabwe. I will be dead and will not need them.
Consider this as my senioer comrade told me a couple days ago. Back in the day, the CPP had one million members. We will have that many again soon. If every member donates $1 per month, imagine how much money that is. And imagine how much power that represents. And imagine how much we can do with that. It works like that. And more and more of our people must think like that. I have another comrade on facebook. He and I developed a project called African Economic Development Plan. Look it up on Facebook. It is still in its early stages of development right now. But it has great potential. Essentially, the original idea was to plan what we want to do. And then do it. For example, there is huge water resources under tjhe desert in Africa.( http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment... ) My own plan is to get that water and use it to irrigate desert land. Imagine how much farming and food production and biofuel production we can do by digging water holes in the African deserts and growing crops there. We would not ever need to impoprt food again. Plus we would create a large number of jobs for our youth. Our youth wing of the CPP is headed in that direction. I am workig to help them.
That is fantastic brother you are right. I work with a group in the states called the black farmers. They also are trying to make it where we can get good food in the u.s. and help out the brothers in agriculture.

“Leading the Revolution”

Level 6

Since: Oct 09

Washington, DC

#71 May 2, 2013
Now you two brothers need to link up and see where you can assist the other
muminfreedomfigh ta

Brooklyn, NY

#73 May 2, 2013
dkanela wrote:
Now you two brothers need to link up and see where you can assist the other
I agree. Im heading to a meeting tonite to get an update on the progress being made on a truckload of vegetables.

Level 8

Since: Aug 09

Saint Louis, MO

#74 May 4, 2013
muminfreedomfighta wrote:
<quoted text>That is fantastic brother you are right. I work with a group in the states called the black farmers. They also are trying to make it where we can get good food in the u.s. and help out the brothers in agriculture.
All such groups shold link up on the basis of what we have in common. If they are into agricultural development, they need to link up with Balck Power Farms in Gweru, Zimbabwe ( http://grou.ps/islamiccenter/wiki/268558 ) I am a memebr of this Project. Come and help us. Here is another link to us: http://www.abibitumikasa.com/forums/akob-n-ca... . Right now, we are in urgent need for irrigation holes to deliver water to the farms.

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