Solutions and problems


When these two video was posted on YouTube, awhile back, i didn’t pay it any mind, because of the subject matter. I mean in 2015-2016 kneegrows are still upset that the Cave monkey is telling his own fairy tale stories, that have nothing to do with Afrikan people. Regardless if some of you want to make a case that the Santa Clause myth was based off of Black Pete, or that Jesus was born in the so called Middle East.  The real deal is that the image of Santa Clause and Jesus, whether Afrikan or Caucasian is a bullshit image and and narrative, that enforces and reinforces in the minds and heart of innocent Afrikan children, a fantasy that fills them with a distorted view of materialism and an emphasis on materialism over more intrinsic sharing or giving.
Intrinsic: belonging naturally; essential. “access to the arts is intrinsic to a high quality of life”

The fact that this Kente wearing dude, is arguing for the relevancy of a “black” Jesus, when any Afrikan, Africentric, Pan-Afrikan scholar and intelligent people will tell you that there is no such man called Jesus, Yahshuha or a pimp named “Silky slim”, is indicative of the childish and often retardedness of kneegrows forever trying to fit into white culture. Taking white people’s fantasy and adding a black face to it, is even more ridiculous and insulting to them and makes us look so much the ass. But then again, kneegrows are all hell bent on sharing our valuable culture, with a savage set, whose true claim to world and historical fame and domination lies in their kill count. So i can overstand the same kneegrows wanting to be accepted as “white” by those they worship.

I posted these videos and am making this post not because of the content of the two, but to show how we wake up in the morning eyes wide shut and brains turned off, regarding the solution to the survival ability and the quality of life or lack of, we currently find ourselves enfolded in, under white pathology.

On Facebook I have seen a disturbing trend where, certain people are upset when others point out all the problems facing us. From po-LICE assassination, the homosexual agenda, white privilege, the continual rape of Afrika, the disunity, violence and break down of relationship we experience among each other.

It is disturbing because many have stated they will leave Facebook, separate themselves from people who complain…etc, until black people…specifically the so called conscious community, provide a solution to what ails us. I am not sure if such a statement is being made out of frustration with their particular status in life. Or whether they feel powerless with our disunity. Or even if they really believe that nobody has provided a solution to what ails us in amurdikkka and other parts of the world.

Solutions: A means of solving a problem or dealing with a difficult situation. “there are no easy solutions to financial and marital problems”.  Problem: A matter or situation regarded as unwelcome or harmful and needing to be dealt with and overcome. “mental health problems”. An inquiry starting from given conditions to investigate or demonstrate a fact, result, or law.

I say this because there has been solutions provided to us every step of they way for the past 200 years at least. Provided to us by a vast number of asafos, ancestors who overstood what the problem was and decided to share remedies for them. Many them who have died all too soon, to provide us with these solutions.

Here is a partial list of past giants that have provided us with solutions to what ails us:

  1. Martin Delaney
  2. Nat Turner
  3. Harriet Tubman
  4. Gabriel Prosser
  5. Fredrick Douglass
  6. Booker T. Washington
  7. Marcus Garvey
  8. Ida B. Wells
  9. Madam C.J. Walker
  10. Black Wall Street
  11. Elijah Muhammad
  12. El Hajj Malik Al Shabazz
  13. The Black Panthers
  14. SNCC
  15. Kwame Ture
  16. H. Rap Brown
  17. Dr. Ben
  18. Dr. Henrick Clarke
  19. Chancellor Williams
  20. Thomas Sankara

These are just a few great ancestors who spoke to us, wrote to us, provided examples of what we need to do to move ourselves from under the jack boots of white pathology. Yet we embrace cave savage culture. Cave savage worldview. And Cave savage tastes.

No family we have reams of evidence of solutions that can be made to correct the deficiencies that make us ill. But we are AFRAID! COWARDLY! UNAUTHENTIC! DISUNIFIED and SELFISH! Kneegrows don’t love black people and black people don’t love Afrikans and some Afrikans don’t love other Afrikans. Because of this lack of self love, we end up giving that love to others who care less about us than they do dogs starving in the street.

So stop demanding or begging people to provide a solution. Get up off your ass and find one, two, three or four people who can come together with you and search out those already providing solutions and put them in to practice. You all don’t need an army, you need a small guerrilla force.

In case you missed the message, click on any or all of the videos below and reacquaint yourself with some solutions to many of the problems that ails us.

And when we hear the truth coming from black men and women, we worry more about how they look or what fraternal or economic or political organization they are in. Instead of listening to the wisdom in what they say.

Economics is not the only area where we are/were given solutions to our issues. But instead of heeding the solutions, we ignore them and act like we never heard a thing.

So the next time you hear some one complain about black people complaining about some mess that affects us or make us look bad. Complain that we haven’t supplied  a solution to black unity. Ask them if they ever heard of Amos Wilson’s book. The philosophy and opinions of Marcus Garvey. The writings of Ida B Wells. The 10 point program of the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense. Or the works of the early Nation of Islam under Elijah Muhammad and El Hajj Malik Al Shabazz.

Or if you are one of those kneegrows who have little faith on a Black solution….study how the East Asians, South Asians, the Arabs and the Latinos, who came here, many dirty poor and illegal. Who have risen economically, politically and educationally. What more, solutions do you think we should provide?

5 thoughts on “Solutions and problems

  1. Last year, after much searching, I found a woman who claimed to be “for the Ether” and who said all the right stuff. So I suggested buying land with a FEW other blacks who are also tired of the system. We’d start off small, with just a tiny commercial piece of cheap land and acquire a license to run an outdoor mini-market. We sell fresh herbs from my yard, vegetables, homemade snacks, homemade food and any other homegrown delicious but nutritious staple we can find. NO WHITES will be allowed as vendors but they can come as BUYERS.

    I suggested looking up a commercial realtor and dividing up the money to attain a lawyer so the deal is lock tight and no one will feel as if they’re being “taken”. I also suggested opening a joint bank account with ALL of our names on it and only permitting withdrawals with ALL of our permissions and providing bank receipts to avoid “confusion”.

    She ran.

    Never heard from her again.

    Black people, most of us, DO NOT want out of this beast. They wanna bitch and complain about “the man” without realizing that the real “the man” is the reflection in the mirror. I gave up once and I’m close to giving up again cause it’s the same old feeling again.

    I don’t know.

    But, I’ll tell you one thing, If I do stop blogging again, it will be permanently.

    For now, friend, put out your gems and those that WANT to benefit from it WILL.

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    1. Among the number of things a love about you sis…is you don’t wait for the foot draggers to catch up. You do what you need to do, to get what you have to get. You are so right about people only trying to improve their position under this hateful system. I honestly think you and I can sit down and talk about all the near misses we have had, where a simple solution was presented, but people run away. Thank you for staying true to who you are beloved.

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