Re: African People Must Nourish Pan Africanuizatio
Posted By: Ras Marcus In Response To: Re: African People Must Nourish Pan Africanizatio (Fyahman)
Date: Tuesday, 14 December 2004, at 8:48 p.m.
In Response To: Re: African People Must Nourish Pan Africanizatio (Fyahman)
Ras Tafari Makenon and the other African patriots and African liberators in their age and time, clearly understood, the importants of African people, everywhere upon the face of this earth, working and uniting together, and building liberation bridges of trust, unity and sober communications, in order to create a United State of African affairs, in order to liberate the Continent of Mama Africa and her people, everywhere upon the face of this earth.
In the mean time we must realize that our enemies were spreading the tactics of divide and rule, across Mama Africa as well as in the African Diaspora among our people, and since they were the ones who were in control of food clothing and shelter, and they practiced extreme brutality, in order to spread their tactics of divide and rule.
Their is no doubt that there were many African patriots at home and abroad, who resisted them and paid for their resistance with imprisonment and death, by being killed by the enemy, but that did not prevent others from making the sacrifices of resisting the enemies, and as a result, I do think that we are in a better position today, to push forward with Pan Africanization, but our aims must first be to put ourselves in a position, to be able to feed, clothe, and shelter our people, as African liberators, as well as creating our own educational institutions, so that we will be able to educate our own children and people in general, as to the liberation tactics and direction we are taking.
Again I send many oceans of blessings and self determination to African people everywhere.
ONE BLACK LOVE ONE BLACK HEART
Baba Ras Marcus.
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