Pan African Proclamation of 2016

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Hotep family! It’s your brother KP.  I hope everyone is doing well.  I enjoyed my little break from posting. I thought this would be a good post for my return. Here at Kushite Kingdom I have always promoted  the idea of being Pan African. As well as covering topics like Black consciousness,economics,African culture and Black liberation. In exposing the lies that we are told about our history, I’ve tried my best to wake up my people. Many of us get so much disinformation in the media we are very confused.  That’s why I do my best to get out important information to my people. Even if I offend other races in the process. Offending people is not my concern.   If I was scared to offend others I would’ve stop blogging a long time ago.The survival of my people is my main concern.  I have always believed  that black consciousness was a spiritual path based on health,wellness amd knowledge of self. Black consciousness is appreciation for our African heritage,our people and families. And real  power is about determination and self control.  You can call this a proclamation,manifesto,mission statement or public declaration.  But I just wanted to list some ideas and things we as black people should be doing if we want to survive as well as change our mindset.  We have a lot of work ahead of us.  But together we can do this.  I’m sure some of you will like some of it…and others will disagree.  But that’s okay. I’m open to any suggestions anyone may have.

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  1. Promote Black Love
  2. Reject ideologies that have European origins
  3. Do not celebrate European holidays(White Gods)
  4. Learn a trade or skill to empower your people
  5. Teach African culture and Black History to your children. And how it can be used as an instrument of Power
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6. Study biology and genetics. Learn about your African bloodline.
7.Accept the harsh reality that biracial people are not black
8.Realize that you must sacrifice so that others can be free
9. To live with honor and integrity
10. Must understand that healing means we no longer allow trauma to control our lives
11. Do not engage in sexual activity with non-blacks
12. Stand for justice and equality
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13. Learn about great African heroes such as Marcus Garvey,Nat Turner,Queen Nzinga,Shaka Zulu,Thomas Sankara,Steve Biko,Harriet Tubman,Dutty Boukman,Patrice Lumumba,Martin Delany,Edward Blyden,Alexander Crummel,Assata Shakur,Mansa Musa,Malcolm X and Jean Jacques Dessalines. Appreciate their greatness but also learn from their mistakes.
14. Read The Blueprint for Black Power by Amos Wilson(then get all his books)
15. Read The Destruction of Black Civilizations by Chancellor Williams(then get all his books)
16. Read books by black scholars such as John Henrik Clarke,Queen Afua, Kwame Ture,Marimba Ani,Jewel Pookrum,Dr Sebi,Umar Johnson,Llaila Afrika,Bobby E.Wright …among others.
17. Reject European standards of beauty and uplift African Beauty
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18.Trust your ancestors and your instincts
19. Support Black businesses
20.Learn how to fish and hunt
21.Grow your own food
22.Learn to speak and write an African language
23.Learn how to read a map and use a compass
24.  Don’t be violent towards black homosexuals,transgenders and lesbians. Live and let live.  But realize that it is not conducive behavior for African people.
25.Understand that homosexuality,bestiality,lesbianism and pedophilia is sexual perversion.
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26. Do not be slut or whore.  It is very self destructive  and shows your immaturity. This applies to women….and men.
27. Assume that all non-blacks do not have your best interest in mind.
28. Brothers: Do not display a misogynistic mindset. Hating and despising black women shows ignorance and no growth as a man.  You must learn to respect your woman. Let sistas express themselves although it is okay to disagree at times. But give sistas their space.
29. Sistas: Do not be a man hating feminist.  Do not put down or degrade your man. Use words of encouragement to uplift your man.  And realize that men want to be leaders. Every gender has their role and should compliment the other gender.  A relationship is a partnership that both can benefit from.
30.  You must realize that the masculine principle  and feminine principle compliment one another. And that black men and women must work together to strengthen the family unit.

Knowledge is Power (My Library part 2)

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I got a really great response when I did a post called My Library back in May.  I had a few people ask me what other books I had.  So I thought I’d list some of the books I have.  This is a list..but not all the books I own.  I’d also like my subscribers to list what books they have in their library. And also any books they would recommend for good reading.

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  1. The Destruction of Black Civilization-Chancellor Williams
  2. Black Athena- Martin Bernal
  3. Solutions for Black America-Jawanza Kunjufu
  4. Blueprint for Black Power- Amos Wilson
  5. Black on Black Violence- Amos Wilson
  6. Falsification of Afrikan Consciousness-Amos Wilson
  7. African Centered Consciousnes vs New World Order- Amos Wilson
  8. Awakening the Natural Genius of Black Children-Amos Wilson
  9. Rock My Soul-bell hooks
  10. Killing Rage- bell hooks
  11. When We Ruled-Robin Walker
  12. Color Blind-Ellis Cose
  13. Dirty Little Secrets-Claud Anderson
  14. The Isis Papers- Frances Cress Welsing
  15. Black Man of The Nile-Dr Yosef Ben-Jochannan
  16. From Babylon to Timbuktu- Rudolph R. Windsor
  17. Conspiracy to Destroy Black Women- Michael Porter
  18. Egypt:Child of Africa- Ivan Van Sertima
  19. Blacks in Science-Ivan Van Sertima
  20. Golden Age of The Moor-Ivan Van Sertima
  21. $40 Million Slaves-William C. Rhoden
  22. Race Code War- Khari Enahora
  23. We Who are Dark-Tommie Shelby
  24. White Man Can’t Hump(Vol 1. & 2)- Todd Wooten
  25. Ready for Revolution-Ekwuene Michael Thelwell
  26. Black Planet-David Shields
  27. Civilization or Barbarism-Cheikh Anta Diop
  28. African Origin of Civilization- Cheikh Anta Diop
  29. Precolonial Black Africa- Cheikh Anta Diop
  30. The Cultural Unity of Black Africa-Cheikh Anta Diop
  31. Assata(biography)- Assata Shakur
  32. Racism without Racists- Eduardo Bonilla-Silva
  33. White Logic,White Methods- Eduardo Bonilla-Silva
  34. Who is White?- George Yancey
  35. African People & European Holidays-Ishakamusa Barashango
  36. Afrikan Woman the Original Guardian Angel- Ishakamusa Barashango
  37. 100 Years of Lynchings- Ralph Ginzburg
  38. White Whores & Black Whoremongers- Marsha Stewart
  39. The Interracial Con Game-Umoja & Trojan Pam
  40. Death of a Dark Nation- Anon & Trojan Pam
  41. Black Love is a Revolutionary Act- Umoja
  42. The Beauty Con Game- Umoja
  43. Blacked Out Through Whitewash- Dr. Suzar
  44. The Great Black Mamma of Creation- Dr. Suzar
  45. Drugs Masquerading as Foods- Dr. Suzar
  46.  How to Hustle & Win- Supreme Understanding
  47. The Hood Health Handbook Vol.1 & 2- Supreme Understanding
  48. Black God-Supreme Understanding
  49. When the World was Black Vol.1 &2-Supreme Understanding
  50. Knowledge of Self- Supreme Understanding
  51. The Wounded Womb- Dr. Phil Valentine
  52. Dismantling The Matrix- Baz Moreno
  53.  Essential Warrior- Shana Mfundishi Maasi
  54. The Afrikan Warriors Bible- Balogun Ojetade
  55. Igbo Dictionary & Phrasebook- Onyekachi Wambu
  56. Hip Hop Matters-  S. Craig Watkins
  57. How White Folks Got So Rich
  58. Debating Race- Michael Eric Dyson
  59.  Working toward Whiteness- David R. Roediger
  60. Presumed Alliance- Nicolas C. Vaca
  61. Makes me wanna Holler- Nathan McCall
  62. n*gger- Randall Kennedy
  63. Fire and Blood(a History of Mexico)-T.R. Fehrenbach
  64. Who’s gonna take the weight- Kevin Powell
  65. Behold a Pale Horse- William Cooper
  66. The Color Complex- Kathy Russell
  67. Skin Deep- Cedric Herring
  68.  We Aint no N*ggas- N. Quamere Cincere
  69.  The Book they never Wanted You to Read- Che’ Nazzerith
  70. The Liberation of the African Mind- Adisa Franklin
  71. The Sankofa Movement- Kwame Agyei & Akua Nson Akoto
  72. Christopher Columbus and the Afrikan Holocaust- Dr. John Henrik Clarke
  73. Nutricide- Dr. Llaila Afrika
  74. Melanin:What makes Black people Black- Dr. Llaila Afrika
  75. African Holistic Health- Dr. Llaila Afrika
  76.  An Afrocentric Guide to a Spiritual Union- Ra Un Nefer Amen
  77. Metu Neter Vol.1- Ra Un Neter Amen
  78. Maat,The 11 Laws of God- Ra Un Neter Amen
  79. From N*ggas to Gods- Akil
  80. Radical Ways of Ancient Days- Okeba Ra Auset
  81. Nile Valley Contributions to Civilizations- Anthony Browder
  82. Survival Strategies for Africans in America- Anthony Browder
  83. What they Never Told You in History Class- Indus Khamit Kush
  84. Revolutionary Suicide- Huey P. Newton
  85. Marcus Garvey,Life and Lessons- Robert Hill
  86. Mentacide- Mwalimu Baruti
  87. Excuses,Excuses- Mwalimu Baruti
  88. Homosexuality and the Effeminization of Afrikan Males- Mwalimu Baruti
  89. The Sex Imperative- Mwalimu Baruti
  90. War on the Horizon:Black Resistance to the White Sex Assault- Irritated Genie
  91. Yurugu- Marimba Ani
  92. The Rebirth of African Civiization- Chancellor Williams
  93. Autobiography of Malcolm X
  94. Spiritual Warriors are Healers- Mfundishi Jhutyms Ka N Heru
  95. Niggers,Negroes,Black People & Africans- Paul Grant
  96. The Philosphy of Maat Kemetic Soulism- Maaxeru  Tep
  97. We are Heirs of the World’s Revolutions- Thomas Sankara
  98. Supreme Mathematic African Maat Magic- African Creation Energy
  99. Modern Guide to Non Hybrid & Wild Foods- Chef Ahki
  100. Psycho-Academic Holocaust- Umar Johnson

Knowledge is Power(My Library)

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No matter how much you read and study..the journey for knowledge of self never ends. It doesn’t matter how much information you acquire over the years, never think you know everything.  Keep searching for TRUTH and knowledge. I have over 200 books in my library.  This is just a small sample.

Bob Law & Claude Anderson- Group Economics


This is a great video featuring Bob Law and Claude Anderson. They speak about the need for black people to practice group economics. Every other racial group does this to empower their people. Why aren’t we doing this? We need to get our minds straight and realize this is really important. With no economic power you can not survive as a people. A battery without power is DEAD. We have helped to make Jews,Japanese,Arabs,Indians and Koreans very wealthy. While neglecting our own black businesses and staying in poverty. Something is very wrong with our thinking. This mindset has to change if we want to prevent becoming a permanent underclass.This position is shared by Chancellor Williams, who wrote in his must-read book, The Destruction of Black Civilization, Great Issues of a Race: 4500 B.CA.D.photo.-2000 A.D. that “The second great understanding should be that economic activities are so fundamental in any truly upward movement, so clearly indispensable at this stage in history that it should be unnecessary to state it even. The still existing slave mentality causes millions of Black people to shy away from these basics of life itself because it requires more initiative, training and work and less talk than politics….”

The Destruction of Black Civilization

The Destruction of Black Civilization took Chancellor Williams sixteen years of research and field study to compile. The book, which was to serve as a reinterpretation of the history of the African race, was intended to be “a general rebellion against the subtle message from even the most ‘liberal’ white authors (and their Negro disciples): ‘You belong to a race of nobodies. You have no worthwhile history to point to with pride.'” The book was written at a time when many black students, educators, and scholars were starting to piece together the connection between the way their history was taught and the way they were perceived by others and by themselves. They began to question assumptions made about their history and took it upon themselves to create a new body of historical research. The book is premised on the question: “If the Blacks were among the very first builders of civilization and their land the birthplace of civilization, what has happened to them that has left them since then, at the bottom of world society, precisely what happened? The Caucasian answer is simple and well-known: The Blacks have always been at the bottom.” Williams instead contends that many elements—nature, imperialism, and stolen legacies— have aided in the destruction of the black civilization. The Destruction of Black Civilization is revelatory and revolutionary because it offers a new approach to the research, teaching, and study of African history by shifting the main focus from the history of Arabs and Europeans in Africa to the Africans themselves, offering instead “a history of blacks that is a history of blacks. Because only from history can we learn what our strengths were and, especially, in what particular aspect we are weak and vulnerable. Our history can then become at once the foundation and guiding light for united efforts in serious[ly] planning what we should be about now.” It was part of the evolution of the black revolution that took place in the 1970s, as the focus shifted from politics to matters of the mind.