The Rot runs deep: Leader, misleaders and game players

There are more than a few kneegrow males among us Afurakan people, who elevate themselves, or who have been elevated by others, with limited standards, to the level of “leadership” in what is loosely called “The black community”.


A group of people living in the same place, or having a particular characteristic in common. A groupbodyset, or a number of people who work together or share certain beliefs.
A feeling of fellowship with others, as a result of sharing common attitudes, interests, and goals. “the sense of community that organized religion can provide”. 

The plantation based and laboratory manufactured creation called the Kneegrow, both in the diaspora and increasingly so, on the continent, have lost their traditional and cultural overstanding of what a community is.
What it stands for and how it works.  What the kneegrow has become is a bunch of separated groups living in a neighborhood or district. Who’s only similarity to each other is the hue of their skin or place of emigration. Singleness of purpose is vital to the growth of any community. That purpose has to have at its core a cultural imperative and a cultural paradigm, along with a strong desire to succeed as a collective.
Imperative: of vital importance; crucial; an essential or urgent thing
Paradigm: “a very clear or typical example used as a model”.
Afurakan ourstory is over flowing with examples to model, of what strong and positive culture is. How vital and crucial such an essential thing as culture is. How culture must be enmeshed into each person’s daily life, in order to anchor each and every one’s personal meaning for their very existence.  However, since culture, broken down to its common denominator, is really “anything you do at the moment”. Culture has become whatever is popular or whatever is the prevailing conscientious with in a larger group. Thus culture is less about virtue, truth, character or consistency and more about how one feels and what is “liked” in the public sphere.

Not every truth is comfortable. Not every behaviour builds virtuous character.

When I first started delving into traditional Afurakan spirituality, i recognized a not too unknown anomaly.  Afurakan people who embrace “spirituality” or its bastard addiction, reLIEgion, tend to give lip service to certain truth contained within.  For the reLIEgious cult members, it’s this insipid need to LOVE EVERYBODY that does not look like them. To the point where they diminish themselves and worship those others, symbolically and in actuality. These same schizophrenic types will then turn around and bad talk, mean mug and commit various physical and emotionally violent acts against people that look like them.  The same interesting phenomena seems to poison more than a few in the traditional Afurakan systems.  We overstand  that the religious cult members have an excuse, where the cult mantra bids them to love others. Considering that each of those cult mantras come from a non Afurakan traditional system, we who are logical, accept the slave mentality of the cult members as a given. And thus we smartly “render on to Caesar what is Caesars”.
We were once a unified people. A high culture. A larger community that valued the embodiment of virtue, summarized in teachings culled from the Book of Going Forth by Day, otherwise known as the Book of Emerging Forth into the Light., or the The Papyrus of Ani.
Contained in the Papyrus of Ani is this passage:
His sister [Auset] hath protected him, and hath repulsed the fiends, and turned aside calamities (of evil). She uttered the spell with the magical power of her mouth. Her tongue was perfect, and it never halted at a word. Beneficent in command and word was Auset, the woman of magical spells, the advocate of her brother. She sought him untiringly, she wandered round and round about this earth in sorrow, and she alighted not without finding him. She made light with her feathers, she created air with her wings, and she uttered the death wail for her brother. She raised up the inactive members of whose heart was still, she drew from him his essence, she made an heir, she reared the child in loneliness, and the place where he was not known, and he grew in strength and stature, and his hand was mighty in the House of Keb. The Company of the Gods rejoiced, rejoiced, at the coming of Heru, the son of Ausar, whose heart was firm, the triumphant, the son of Auset, the heir of Ausar.”
This passage directly explains how the original woman is symbolized and personalized in the story of Auset. Auset represents every Afurakan woman, who knows herself and is on her natural life path. Auset is the archetype (an original that has been imitated) of a “ride or die chick” to her natural complement, the Afurakan man. He is both her compliment and her offspring, whom she would go to the ends of the earth to nurture, love, protect and heal. It is this great love and “ride or die” mentality that created Asafos (warriors) and leaders. The Auset/Afurakan woman archetype is the first Jegna (teacher,influence, Heru, asafo, soldier, courage, strength and protection of our culture, land and people, and elder) in a child’s life. It was through this vessel the creator force, sent messages of truth as the first oracle:
In Ifa, the system which has its foundation in many West Afurakan society ( not just Nigeria), there are 16 rules every practitioner must overstand:
  1. There is a single creator.
  2. There is no devil.
  3. Except for the day you were born and the day you are supposed to die, there is no single event in your life that cannot be forecast and when necessary changed.
  4. It is your birth right to be happy, successful and fulfilled.
  5. You should grow and obtain wisdom during the process.
  6. You are reborn through your blood relatives.
  7. Heaven is your home and earth is the market place. We are in constant passage between the two.
  8. You are part of the universe, in literal and not figurative way.
  9. You must never initiate harm to another human being.
  10. You must never harm the universe of which you are apart.
  11. Your temporal and spiritual capacities must work together.
  12. You are born with a specific path. It is your goal to travel it. Divination provides your road map.
  13. Our ancestors exist and must be honored.
  14. Sacrifice guarantees success.
  15. The Orisas live within us.
  16. You need have no fear.
Contained in these 16 principles is the overstanding that we do not purposely harm each other and we must embrace each other as a family of people.  And as one larger community. We must not be warlike with each other, and we must also strive to live a balanced and purposeful existence. In order to accomplish this the practitioner must embrace certain truth as an every day mantra, to live by. These truth are simplified from the 16 rules mentioned above, and is found below:
The 42 Divine Principles of Ma’at
  1. I have not committed sin.
  2. I have not committed robbery with violence.
  3. I have not stolen.
  4. I have not slain men or women.
  5. I have not stolen food.
  6. I have not swindled offerings.
  7. I have not stolen from God/Goddess.
  8. I have not told lies.
  9. I have not carried away food.
  10. I have not cursed.
  11. I have not closed my ears to truth.
  12. I have not committed adultery.
  13. I have not made anyone cry.
  14. I have not felt sorrow without reason.
  15. I have not assaulted anyone.
  16. I am not deceitful.
  17. I have not stolen anyone’s land.
  18. I have not been an eavesdropper.
  19. I have not falsely accused anyone.
  20. I have not been angry without reason.
  21. I have not seduced anyone’s wife.
  22. I have not polluted myself.
  23. I have not terrorized anyone.
  24. I have not disobeyed the Law.
  25. I have not been exclusively angry.
  26. I have not cursed God/Goddess.
  27. I have not behaved with violence.
  28. I have not caused disruption of peace.
  29. I have not acted hastily or without thought.
  30. I have not overstepped my boundaries of concern.
  31. I have not exaggerated my words when speaking.
  32. I have not worked evil.
  33. I have not used evil thoughts, words or deeds.
  34. I have not polluted the water.
  35. I have not spoken angrily or arrogantly.
  36. I have not cursed anyone in thought, word or deeds.
  37. I have not placed myself on a pedestal.
  38. I have not stolen what belongs to God/Goddess.
  39. I have not stolen from or disrespected the deceased.
  40. I have not taken food from a child.
  41. I have not acted with insolence.
  42. I have not destroyed property belonging to God/Goddess
I have highlighted certain points in the 42 principles of Ma’at in order to emphasis what is immediately lacking among us as Afurakan people under a white pathological system. As stated above “Not every truth is comfortable. Not every behaviour builds virtuous character.”  Due to the very real fact that we live in a time of the cult of personality worship. A literal way of life that has become a top shelf religious practice. And also due to the fact that kneegrows are the most avid practitioners of the cult of personality and celebrity worship. The fall out from such behavior (celebrity worship) has dire consequences for the mental and emotional health and physical safety of each of us. The cult of personality worship, over the embracing of truth as espoused in the 42 principle of Ma’at and the 16 rules of to live by, as practiced by this manufactured entity,  has made the kneegrow rudderless, directionless and hopeless in the face of white pathology’s constant attacks on our sensibilities and existence.
-misleader – someone who leads astray (often deliberately)
-leader – a person who rules or guides or inspires others. A beguiler, cheater, deceiver, trickster, slicker, cheat
– someone who leads you to believe something that is not true.
One of the things the black man continually face with their elevation into leadership role, is power intoxication. The old adage,  power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely, applies very much to black men who are elevated into leadership roles. Another of the things these “leaders” continually face is the test of their discipline and the strength of their integrity. Overstand that this is not  comparison to Yurugu males or any other males. You reveal your deficit when you compare your standards to people without a culture of virtue that never rival our own.
Integritythe quality of being honest and having strong moral principles; moral uprightness……As “leaders”
U knw what, he puts in work. Idc who he sleeps with. Its a lot of mofos just TALKING! He puts in work….”


This is why we are where we are and will forever be until we set a high standard of accountability. The about quote was once said in defense of Gazi Kodzo, the infamous white sex practitioner, who seemed to be the current most defended piece of trash by black women. I got news for you…Time Wise puts in more “work” than Gazi Kodzo, by being articulate, precise and serious in talking about white racism. Yet many of you all don’t trust him. Because he is white.  At the same time, many will support faggy dogzo, because he is black. Ignoring the fact he is an ass fucker and does not practice any of the 42 principles ma’at 

I have not polluted myself.

Umar Johnson puts in more work than many of you supposedly conscious people, yet stripper gate and the issues with the school, supports your distrust of him, because he has the audacity to be arrogant.  His arrogance and personality detracts from his message, absolutely. But Umar Johnson is not an outlier, but he is abuse for his arrogance, more than anything he says about the system. But Faggy dogzo is loved by many. Especially black women.

No! Umar Johnson’s of the world are ostracized by certain segment of the “kneegrow conscious community”, because as a misleaders (his behaviours and words don’t match up) he either competes with other misleaders. Or his pimp game is more spectacular and thus has earned the wrath of other misleaders whose pimp game are not as good.  The ass fucker, called faggy dogzo, is arrogant enough to call out black men as being weak, and suggest we are under cover fags, when we shun his doo doo eating self. A lot of black females and more than a few males, support him. Why because he is out there waving a RBG flag and swishing in the street? You people are some sick, sick entities. I am talking to all you who claim he is putting in work. News flash…if you defend this caricature, you are not pan Afurakanist, RBG, conscious are for that matter welcomed in any serious discussion of Afurakan liberation. You are a faker and extremely loaded up to the gills with waste matter. Just saying!

Sadly though opening our arms and embracing ass fuckers as “conscious” or RBG is not nearly as bad as how for decades the kneegrow conscious males have been emotionally betraying and physically abusing the black woman, other black men, the future generation and the very organizations that elect them as representatives. Betraying the community’s trust. Betraying our faith in him. Abusing the black women emotionally by physically cheating on her with her best friend, sister, mother, non black women and even other men. The kneegrow conscious males are so drunk with power and fame, they forget that being an example of uprightness and discipline is foremost in leadership.

Quality leadership!

As a man I am ashamed how other men enable the dick swingers as our so called leaders.

I have not committed sin.

sin: an action that is or is felt to be highly reprehensible; an offense against religious or moral law. Many of these misleaders engage in extra marital sex with other women and even men, Many steal money from their organizations coffer and take advantage of gullible women, or women themselves jockeying for positions in the pecking order of celebrity groupies.

I have not told lies.
I am not deceitful.
I have not committed adultery
I have not seduced anyone’s wife

I put these together as a reference for above. It seems this is one of the more pervasive behaviour of these misleaders among us

A misleader indulging his or her self in any of the above ” sinful” activities, do so by being deceitful and lying over and over again. Thus exhausting every moral investment followers of this particular leader places on their names.

I have not closed my ears to truth.

Many of these misleaders are arrogant, ego driven and emotional. Thus they automatically close their ears to any truth that does not feed their ego and out sized sense of their own importance.

I have not falsely accused anyone.
I have not caused disruption of peace.
I have not spoken angrily or arrogantly
I have not cursed anyone in thought, word or deeds.
I have not used evil thoughts, words or deeds

Many of these dishonest misleaders engaging in false accusations against their competition. This is usually done, because their positions on behaviour fails the smell test and lacks consistency or strength. So they falsely accuse people who question their character, as  hater or spy. They are full of themselves. Either in words, deeds or both. Such behaviour and character deficiencies do and always disrupts the peace of any organization, when said organization should be focused on elevating itself and the individuals in it.

I have not polluted myself..

So many of our organizations are mislead by homosexuals, promosexuals, pedophiles, drug and alcohol addicts, paid informants and anti Afurakan haters, seeking to elevate themselves at our expense. These behaviours are often over looked or ignored because we have no standards in our personal lives, thus we are unclear on the standards we want from those claiming to represent us.

I have not cursed God/Goddess.
I have not stolen what belongs to God/Goddess.
I have not destroyed property belonging to God/Goddess

Many of these misleaders have literally and figuratively cursed their ancestors, the ancient traditions, morals and practices. They chose to follow these false gods of Europe, and Asia. I have heard many of these misleaders proclaim that we focus too much on Afuraka, while they genuflect at the feet of Arab, Asian and European cultural practices, ancestors and deities. How are we not cursed for such betrayal? We choose to be Indians or indigenous over being Afurakans. Not overstanding that Afurakans have populated the planet, yet remain Afurakans on the continent and outside it. Since we have no standards and no sense of community and culture, we remain as sheep to slaughter.

I have not taken food from a child.

Pedophilia, child abuse and child neglect are the poisons we inherited from the sex farms and “Willie lynch” insanity of the plantation. We are currently the only ethnic group who have little or no plans for our children. Just unfulfilled dreams and wishes without actions. We continue to steal the “food” of their future, then wonder why the youth are so out of control. We do not indoctrinate them into the traditions, but indoctrinate them into the madness of European culture, reLIEgion and socialization.

I have not placed myself on a pedestal.

According to William Shakespeare…Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them. Regardless of how one attains greatness ( which can be translated as leadership) one must have a profound respect for the position and extreme sense of responsibility.  Perhaps those who are best suited to leadership and the power it entails are those who have never sought it. Those who … have leadership thrust upon them, and take up the mantle because they must, may find to their own surprise that they wear it well. Outstanding leaders go out of their way to boost the self-esteem of their personnel. If people believe in themselves, it’s amazing what they can accomplish. To be a leader, you have to make people want to follow you, and nobody wants to follow someone who doesn’t know where he is going. Great leaders genuinely care for and love the people they lead more than they love leading itself. Leadership without love degenerates into self-serving manipulation. Leadership is not a starring role. True leadership describes unified action of leaders and followers working together to jointly achieve mutual goals. It is collaborative. Anyone can steer the ship, but it takes a leader to chart the course. Leadership is defined not just by the position you hold but by the people who follow you. The faith they have in you and the blue print you follow.

Yet “uneasy lies the head that wears the crown”.  Because even honest and righteous leaders can fall prey to the traps of hue-man frailties and failings. Thus we should never have one figure head. Something our ancestors overstood. This is why counsel of elders were more prevalent than any single figure head.

3 thoughts on “The Rot runs deep: Leader, misleaders and game players

  1. I never understood the fascination with Gazi. He’s not that deep or profound to me. But you know how simple negroes can be at times. They’re easily misled. I don’t trust pillow biters and butt pirates as so-called leaders. We got to do better. But I love this post. You nailed it on all points!

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