Re: A STONE AND A SLING
Posted By: karibkween In Response To: Re: A STONE AND A SLING (Eja)
Date: Thursday, 24 August 2006, at 2:49 p.m.
In Response To: Re: A STONE AND A SLING (Eja)
"freedom is not in what the vampires call education, religion or science. Nor will it ever be found in thier philosophy, psychiatry or sociology. No matter how much we seek to adapt these things to serve our purposes, we will always end back in the belly of the beast."
-: And so we have; As one former colony after another sought and failed to adapt to the usurper's interpretations of an ideal model for human existence, socially, politically and economically.
The nature of capital, regardless of all its forms, is finite. Thus a civilization based on a capitalist ideal is destined for extinction. A communist might seek to draw some affirmation from this statement, but a rebuke of capitalism does not automatically translate into an endorsement of communism; for both systems, from mere observational experience, and not considering the original intent, exhibit as a consequence the subjugation of natureís uniquely human and absolutely infinite commodity: Imagination. Since civilization, as we know it, is derived from the unconquerable human imagination, it follows that repression of the imagination will ultimately result in the collapse of human civilization.
As hereditary Africans we carry in us the genetic blueprint that spawned the first functional and cohesive society. Our ancestors envisioned a model that remains the highest and most enduring model for human existence. An ideal they won and lost many battles through millennia to preserve. Yet we, the primary inheritors, find ourselves subjected to the varied and inadequate interpretations, as understood by the usurpers, who were without access to the original intent.
There are few primary inheritors with access to Babylonís capital; most have not, rendering them, according to the usurperís interpretation of the ideal, liabilities on a balance sheet or expenses on a P&L. This shift in the Europeanís economic paradigm was a direct response to the abolition of the enslavement of Africans. How can ideals which exhibit little or no value for humans be instruments for humanityís salvation? Can anyone identify the "free-enterprise" or "free market" that theoretically, defines "Capitalism?"
This is just one installment on the examples of prisons we impose on ourselves, when we seek to emulate and uphold the principles and values of the usurper.
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