Now this is a Justice League film I would gladly support! I would happily pay my money to see this.
Now this is a Justice League film I would gladly support! I would happily pay my money to see this.
Over the years I’ve seen black people who were full of self hatred make a big change. Some gain black consciousness through books or films. But one thing I’ve noticed is that black people who really change their consciousness is that their lifestyle changes as well. As well as their opinions and world view. Here’s a short list of some of the things I went through during the elevation of my own consciousness. And things I’ve seen in others. Feel free to list any things that come to your mind in the comment section.
1.Many begin to have a stronger cultural pride. They may even change the way they dress or learn an African dialect. They start to talk about black power and black unity a lot more.
2. Many times their eating habits will change. As they gather more information on a holistic health they will stop eating at fast food restaurants and eat more fruits and vegetables. They eat organic food over GMO poison.
3.They will start to develop a thirst for knowledge. They will want to learn as much as possible about black history,black heroes and all the great African civilizations. Knowledge of self becomes very important.
4. After learning their true history they may become upset from the lies they were told by the “public fool system”. They realize(real eyes) they have been manipulated. After doing extensive research they have become “awaken” and can see through the lies and propaganda from the racist media and Hollywood.
5. After much studying they learn to appreciate the beauty and power of their melanin. They realized they are blessed to have sun-kissed skin and black genetics run through their veins.
6.They no longer hate their natural African textured hair. They now know their hair acts as an antenna. They know they have 9 Ether cosmic hair while other races have fur.
7. Interracial marriage(swirling) begins to look strange to their eyes. After realizing black power and unity are crucial….interracial couples look foreign to them. They see that many of their people suffer from mentacide and don’t realize they are destroying themselves by mating with other races.
8. As their consciousness grows so does their maturity level. They stop acting like little boys and girls and act like responsible men and women. They desire to have meaningful loving connections with black people. No more one night stands and casual flings. Whores(male or female) are not truly conscious beings.
9. They begin to study herbal medicine. They realize that hospitals aren’t in the business of curing people. They now know that herbal immunity is better than deadly vaccines. And that hospitals are disease management.
10. They know that Black Love,black unity and self respect is of utmost importance. They also realize that black people are the true standard of beauty and we are the original people of the planet. And the black man and woman need each other in this physical,spiritual and psychological war!
Donald Trump crying over some cop who has killed a long time ago and trying to get Cuba who has given her refuge to hand them over so she can be prosecuted is pathetic and cowardly. Especially, since Cops who murder African people in the United States of America are routinely found not guilty and left alone to resume their lives.
What kind of man seeks out to bring arrest a 70-year-old woman but allows a War criminal like George W. Bush to roam around freely when he has led to the death of thousands of people. The life of Assata Shakur is worth far more than any police officer.
Whatever happened to Trump’s promise to arrest Hillary Clinton for her crimes against the United States of America. Or how about arresting war criminal George W. Bush. The fact that George W. Bush one of the greatest war criminals in the history of the world is roaming free in the United States proves the ICC and other White institutions are comical.
Donald Trump call to Cuba to illegal detain free Cuban citizen Assata Shakur show lack of respect for the sovereignty of Cuba and undermines global peace. If anything Assata Shakur should be given a Presidential Medal of Freedom for standing up against one of the most racist institutions in the World the USA legal system.
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The Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro passed away on Friday 25th November. I am not going to provide an account of the Cuban Revolution, rather I just wanted to pay a brief, but heartfelt tribute to Castro, without deifying him or pretending that he was perfect, which is a common tendency when people write about people they admire. Why do I admire Castro? Is it because I am a Communist or Marxist revolutionary? No, certainly not. I admire him because he was one of the few true friends, in terms of significant political leaders, that Afrika has had during the 20th century. Whilst some of the Afrikan leaders of the ‘frontline states’, during the apartheid era in South Africa, either sat passively by or in some cases, actively co-operated with the apartheid regime, such as the arrogant neo-colonial lackey Dr Hastings Banda who “… was careful never to appear radical in front of the former colonial masters and pleased the British government by maintaining trade and contact with South Africa, condemning his fellow African leaders more than he did apartheid.” http://www.independent.co.uk/news/obituaries/obituary-dr-hastings-banda-1296534.html Fidel Castro put Cuban forces into battle against colonial regimes in South Africa, Namibia, Mozambique and Angola. Much Cuban blood was shed on the battlefields of Southern Africa in aid of Afrikan liberation.
A great example is the Battle of Cuito Cuanavale. “The battle of Cuito Cuanavale and the Cuban intervention in Angola is one of the turning points in Southern African History. It led to the movement of powerful Cuban armed force, into the west, towards the Namibian border. The fighting in the south western part of Angola led to the withdrawal of the South African, ANC and Cuban presence in Angola, and to the Independence of Namibia.” http://www.sahistory.org.za/topic/battle-cuito-cuanavale-1988 This battle was hugely significant in that it not only led to the withdrawal of South African troops from Angola and independence of Namibia, but it also destoyed the aura of invincibility surrounding the South African Defence Force (SADF), and was a significant contributory factor in the release of Nelson Mandela and end of apartheid in South Africa.
You have to put this all into context by remembering that the white world vacillated between overt and covert support for the apartheid regime, as perhaps best exemplified by UK Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher referring to the Afrikaners as “our kith and kin” during a state visit to the UK by the then South African leader, the despicable war criminal, PW Botha. In global terms Cuba is a small island nation with a small population and which has been under economic and political attack by the United State ever since the revolution in 1959. Over the years there were more than a dozen documented assassination attempts against Castro by various US governments and yet despite living in the shadow of a hugely powerful; hostile neighbour, Castro had the vision and commitment to reach out to African people in Afrika, the Caribbean and other parts of the world and lend direct practical military, economic and medical aid. Just take the example of the massive earthquakes in Haiti where Cuba sent teams of doctors and the US sent in hordes of soldiers. That is a direct legacy of Fidel Castro and also illuminates the Euro-American mindset of always coming to conquer. Cuba even offered to send in medical teams in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina whilst the US government once again sent in teams of soldiers to face down a non-existent threat from the stranded, mostly Afrikan residents of New Orleans. Over the years Cuba has run a program giving free medical training to African-Americans.
Castro should also be remembered for his strenuous attempts to wipe out racism in Cuba. I should be clear that he did not succeed in this, but it was not for the want of trying. Racism is still alive and kicking in Cuba as you can see by the behavior and attitudes of many of the European Cubans who migrate to the US from the island. Since, as I have mentioned many times before, racism is a normative part of European culture, all Castro could do was to suppress overt manifestations of racism in Cuba, but he could never kill its cultural root. I recall an Afrikan woman telling me of her holiday to Cuba, which took place in the last 10 years, and how she was constantly asked for her ID on the private beach associated with the hotel she was staying in and how it was regularly insinuated that she was a prostitute. You also have all of the skin color and shade issues in Cuba as is found in places such as Jamaica, UK, US etc. as well as the same European beauty ideal.
Human Rights – We have to speak about human rights because this will be the biggest criticism made of Castro. Did the Castro government suppress people’s human rights? To my mind the answer is obviously yes, however I think again we have to look at this in context. What do you think is going to happen when you lead a tiny nation with the most powerful nation on Earth as a very hostile near neighbor which is making every attempt to not only overthrow your government but also to directly kill you? It would be naive to think that you can have an open society under such abnormal conditions. Just take the failed ‘Bay of Pigs’ invasion in 1961 as an example of US hostility http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-latin-america-13066561 No one knows for sure how Cuba would have developed if it was not faced with the ongoing US economic embargo designed to impoverish the Cuban people and destabilise the Cuban government.
The Future – With the transition of leadership to Fidel Castro’s brother Raul in 2008, the lifting of the US economic embargo and the flow of US money into Cuba which will become a tidal wave, the future for Cuba is likely to be Back to the Future. Prior to the revolution Cuba was a playground for the rich and famous from the US, a place where the Mafia could launder money and centre for gambling, drugs and prostitution. I predict that in 5-10 years Cuba will be transformed. There will be huge infrastructure investment in the key tourist areas with hotels, casinos, theme parks etc popping up and a massive spike in property prices in these areas. Cuba will become one of the top holiday destinations for US citizens and will become a hotspot for sex tourism. Some Cubans are going to make significant amounts of money, whilst the US transnational corporations are going to make a killing. Cuba will become yet another neo-colonial island in the sun.
Article written by Ifayomi Grant