WHAT "DEM" THINK *LINK*
Posted By: Jahreal In Response To: WHAT "DEM" THINK *LINK* (Jahreal)
Date: Thursday, 15 July 2004, at 11:19 p.m.
In Response To: WHAT "DEM" THINK *LINK* (Jahreal)
and circulate the dollars in the community as was done in the past.
the UNIA , was able to purchase ships! yes, they
may have been seafarring hoopties but ships nonetheless, and plans were in motion, before the snitches sunk the whole nine.
we must crew up strong, collective living, extremely difficult to do, as we witness houses and crews dismantling because of petty vanities, bruised egos and lax attitudes. in the coming difficulties ahead, living collectively is an economic must for i n i. there is a price on everything. nothing is free. crews must increase.
we must rethink female/male relations, another can of worms, extremely difficult to put a finger on without much turmoil and arguement.
we must build real businesses and enterprises which employ i n i. i have several ideas for the DC/Bmore area, but a large building or warehouse must be secured, more money.
we must become very frugal with our dollars and not spend recklessly. we must stack doney.
we must create an over the table infrastructure
of networking entities supplying mutual demands and services accordingly.
all of these things are do-able and indeed many are already up and running.
all of it hopefully, could allow repatriation
on a more secure footing as we cannot go home poor seeking handouts. we must be providers.
Qween Seshatasefekht,in closing this longwinded
post, i want to say sistren, i learn much from your postings and enjoy reading your wordsound. respects to the sistah.
the whole movement for African liberation is loaded with glaring paradoxes , perhaps unresolvable , some ludicrous others more dangerous to the purpose of unity, but to sit on our hands doing nothing is fatal. mek wi occupy until di fiyah come.
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