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Black Nationalism is the only real solution for Black People who presently live in the United States of America.

Whispers: Mba Mbulu

From time to time I might make a brief statement that might be of interest to you.

May 30, 2020

When you don't do what you should do you suffer. We haven't done what We should have done long ago. Time to stop being hyphenated Americans. Time to star being New Afrikans.

April 5, 2020

An independent Black economy symbolized by Our own unique currency, the Black Dollar ($BD), is what Black People need to put some serious thought into. To get a whiff of something special Click Here.

April 1, 2020

Good intentions can lead to bad results.
There are a number of Black athletes who want to give back to the Black community, but their lack of analysis guarantees they will repeat past errors that further handicap the Black community. Many of them establish foundations, community centers and schools that aim to address some of the needs of underserved and at-risk individuals. Unfortunately, because they are under-informed they end up partnering with companies and management persons that believe in and are devoted to white America’s unbalanced system. Their involvement alone guarantees that no ideas will be emphasized nor activities encouraged that threaten the established system or be of genuine benefit to the Black community.
Those who want to help the Black community must understand that it takes a new system to overcome an established system. You can’t change an established system by working within that system’s constraints. When you try to do that, the established system changes little and you change a lot. Even worse, your good intentions and objectives and the underserved individuals you sponsor get compromised and converted into sympathizers and tools of the system that has abused the Black community for centuries.
To help the Black community, you have to work on building and introducing those who are systematically victimized to a different system. Teaching at-risk young people how to improve their chances of benefitting within a racist system will make them supporters of that system if they find a bit of personal relief or success. Those who are concerned about the Black community must teach young people that the world can be better for everybody if they help build a different system, promote different values and establish priorities that revolve around equality and sharing instead of one-upmanship and ideological bling-bling.

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