“Another view of this black liberation is the need for many a blackman to look towards a good leader in order to fight the constant pressure of the system; a system that has technically entrenched willie lynch to ensure a well broken and lost blackman.”
If Blacks form movements and institutions to address the critical issues then good leadership is very important and those Black aspiring leaders should know themselves through the greatness of Africa glorious History and its contribution to world development. Such Blacks should examine their selves which becomes easier the deeper their direct experiences. (You should know this)
Such Blacks would be able to empathize and not sympathize with the sufferings on the worst levels because they would have had direct experiences of it. Such Blacks would always be receptive to the voices of those who experience the worst and it would not be easy for them to push aside the view of the ordinary people after having arisen from the depth of the issues.
That is how I would select a leader to address the issues that affect most Blacks. That person should be wise and must also have the most direct experiences of the problems that afflict Blacks.
Of course, people can look to Haile Selassie, Marcus Garvey, Ben Jochannan, and many of our esteemed elders for inspiration and knowledge, but most of all they should look for the power and truth within themselves through which the best of our ancestors communicate to us. If they look hard enough through personal growth then they will find that one Universal essence that binds all things together.
This is my knowledge of a supreme divinity, one divine essence as I have experienced.
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