First, and foremost, the solution to racism is not a bridge, racism has already closed that gap. That is why melanin can’t obtain true wealth and pass it down to their descendants because of white controlled obstacles.

In my opinion, we tend to treat diseases like it’s a baby when in all actuality it’s a huge bully exerting their distain for their host…the pat the mean racist on the hand and say at at era is dead, over here anyway!

Trying to make someone care who doesn’t is wasting valuable time when we could be spending our time focusing on our needs and teaching ourselves defensive and survival technics.

In other words, turning our backs and not acknowledging mistreatment while having the skills and resources to protect ourselves from their attacks.

No more, feeling sorry for the racist and showing them the love they lack, fuck that bullshit! Stop wasting time on worthless issues and start exerting your efforts on strengthening the ppl who could easily be potential victims of these hateful deeds!

We need sooo many solutions but a strong start concerning our journey to moor prosperity is turning our backs, walking away from their hatred and leaving it alone to starve to death! We must lead our materialism else where, sad but true!!!!!

We’ve allowed hatred to tell us what is and isn’t valuable, it’s time we stop depending on and believing white lies while exercising taught self hatred!!! I’m not saying it’s going to be easy but nothing worth having is!

Sometimes the solution is in another direction…

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It was around 1970 in Deerfield, Ill., and Ms. Sandberg told her youngest child a closely guarded secret about a choice the family had made, one fueled by the racial tensions of the era, that sent a black girl and the white girl that took her place on diverging paths.

Decades later, the journeys of the two women tell a nuanced story of white hatred in Amerikkka, one that complicates facts about white privilege and black hardship…
— Read on www.google.com/amp/s/www.nytimes.com/2017/12/07/us/the-adopted-black-baby-and-the-white-one-who-replaced-her.amp.html

The root cause of trauma and sickness comes from ones commitment to defending a culture that is not their OWN. Living a foreign and alien culture while you despise and condemn your own is simply MENTACIDE (mental insanity). We have been running away from the truth for so long that many of us now think the lies we have been telling ourselves are actually true. But any philosophy that teaches a nation of people to reject their own ancestors and heritage in favor of those who oppress them is a mindset that will surely destroy them and their future generations. We can look at our global Afurakan nations today, all over the world, from the Continent to the Caribbean as well as South and Central America, and we will see that we share a similar lifestyle, culture and value system. We are also facing the same challenges, conflicts and issues regardless of where we may be in the world, or what language we speak in the country of our residence. This tells us that melanated people are truly one divine family and it is our ignorance of that fact that leaves us as easy targets for others to be able to manipulate and control, both us and our resources.


The greatest wealth we have is our indigenous land and it is interesting as well that the term agriculture, which speaks directly to the cultivation and care for ones’ land, has the term culture within it. Agriculture is properly defined as:

Many of these codes of morality and social values of communal responsibility are considered law and order within the traditions of our ancestors. But many of us look down upon our indigenous traditions with disgust and shame, as if those ways of life are useless and un-necessary to us now because we feel we have ‘arrived’ and we have ‘moved up’ the ladder of success in the mainstream european world. 

Many of us accept this and end up unknowingly studying information that has been written by Europeans on our traditions, not even realizing that the information is not authentic. In fact, it is these same people who run to the four corners of the Earth to learn at the feet of our elders while we reject learning from one another because we have ego issues.

Then these same yurugu come back to the west and write books on our culture and traditions with the help and assistance of the elders they learned from and we buy those books not knowing that we are financing our own oppression.

As much as we condemn Europeans for their systematic cultural appropriation, we have to look at our own reflection in the mirror and come to terms with the ways in which we assist and encourage our own oppression, by standing idly as others steal our culture and laugh in our face as they are doing it. All the while we are downgrading ourselves calling our heritage and tradition “archaic”, “primitive”, “evil”, “wicked”, “outdated” and “backwards”. 

Meanwhile they are running all over the Continent, especially Nigeria and Benin as well as the Caribbean and South America learning and studying everything that we were taught to reject and they are paying millions of dollars for it too…

Read the article in it’s entirety here👉🏾 http://consciouspen.blogspot.com/2017/09/culture-and-tradition-are-key-to.html?m=1

Top 5 Misleading Claims Zoos Make…

We have come so accustomed to greed taking things for this countries instant gratification that we wouldn’t know how to live without them providing for us or our entertainment.

It’s not worth his freedom

Everything we indulge in has a demeaning background…greed literally, rapes the sea, land and air to give it’s captors a false sense of entitlement and prestige…we are addicts who was forced to live excepting lies!

Free the animals, send them back home to where they were stolen from!!!!!! Stop enslavement for profit and miscellaneous activity!

The truth is that zoos exist for profit.

Read More:

http://www.onegreenplanet.org/animalsandnature/top-misleading-claims-zoos-make/

https://www.marketwatch.com/story/10-things-zoos-wont-tell-you-1306528026434

https://www.animalsaustralia.org/features/things-we-need-to-stop-telling-ourselves-about-zoos.php

Yes, Asia is obsessed with white skin | Inquirer Business…On Matador Network, beauty critic Matthew Kepnes noted that over the last few decades, Western nations have tried to become a “post racial society.”

“From our birth we are taught that everyone is equal but when I traveled to Asia and lived in Thailand, I was shocked to see so much “racism.” They loved whiteness. The whiter your skin, the better you were,” he said.

In most of Asia, particularly Korea, Japan and Thailand, dark-skinned people are looked down upon, McDougall says. “Everyone strives to be white. Every skin product has whitening in it and everyone stays out of the sun. It was the complete opposite for us in the West, where coming back from a vacation with a tan was always expected,” he said

— Read on www.google.com/amp/s/business.inquirer.net/215898/yes-asia-is-obsessed-with-white-skin/amp

Khady Thiam Gueye certainly punches above her own weight beyond being known as “Akon’s sister”.
Fourteen years since Akon released his debut single, Locked Up, the Senegalese-American musician and entrepreneur has created a multi-million dollar brand and according to Black Enterprise.com, Akon owes a lot of his success to his sister, Khady Thiam Gueye.

The brand is said to be worth $80 million
— Read on www.w24.co.za/

Is [Mental] Slavery The Reason Moors Only Have An Extremely Strong Materialistic Presence?

I ask questions in hopes that it will cause more questions, which in turn would cause real solutions in the moor community. There’s a lot we need physically, mentally and financially! So much that even the truly knowledgable would have to question their learnings. There’s so much division in the moor community, so many trigger points that collapse unification and prevent progress…we’re so quick to agree with anything that means destroying loving each other.

Now, I’m speaking about our -1% that is rich (not wealthy) and have past down traditions but also the 98% that has no deep concept or interest about their stories, both fabulous, horrific, past and present! Our mentality can be dismissive at best because it isn’t about the moors we know or care about. Even though we have a variety of subjugated personalities surrounding us at any given time. Moors continue to practice the white tradition of keeping ourselves from true unification.

We won’t hold our own accountable or remove that toxic member from our lives but we won’t solely support that moor business owner or turn our back on our colonized traditions! It’s as if mentally we’ve excepted what has been given and won’t dare go against the facts that it’s fucked up that we’ve excepted the scraps, no matter how nice they are. It’s like we’ve signed off on the terms (jim crow laws contrary to separate but equal) even though there unequal and divisive towards ourselves and our descendants lives.

I’m asking moors (black people, for those who may be thinking religiously🐍) to reflect on the facts that it isn’t about what we do daily but more about what we refuse to acknowledge and take the steps to do, presently! Ultimately, taking a 360 degree look at the parts that you don’t care too and evaluating it’s place in rebuilding our communities, wholly.

As Moors we’re poisoned in these fields:

Physically we’re judgmental, which is the action of our bodies

Mentally we’re materialistic, which is the thought concerning our bodies

Financially we’re dependent, which is the belief throughout our bodies

Until collectively as individuals we attend to fixing the action, thoughts and beliefs concerning the moor body, we will remain susceptible to the ideas and plans of anyone who has decided “what we need to do” with our lives!

Subsequentially, we will always utilize what are ancestors were forced to except…we will always build off of a unstable foundation that was used for our degradation, not our prosperity!