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 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….”

Kushite Prince Born day-Birth of the Black God

Today is my so called birthday. In reality you only have one birthday,the rest are just anniversaries. My age is irrelevant since my soul is eternal. I want to give thanks to the Most High for letting me live to see another year. Of course tomorrow is not promised to anyone. I also want to thank all my followers and fellow bloggers for their love and support. Brothers and sisters such as TruthbeTold,Onitaset Kumat,Cree,TrojanPam,King Lo the Rastar,Edens Sahara,Jakke Brown,Honeytreebee,Mary Burrell,Ajua Luv,Moorbey,Sunny Delyte,Hung Like Jesus,HuedFlower,Infinite Alchemist,No BlackPete,Asad from UBA,Land of Kam,LBM,Kemetia and Nicoleizhername. These people have a relentless quest for truth,justice and equality. This is the reason I admire all of them and appreciate their dedication and hard work. I’ve learned a lot from all of these people. Please forgive me if I didn’t mention your name. Judge my brain not my heart. Lets all work together and do all we can to rid the planet of racism and injustice. With people like you out there,I feel a lot more confident in this battle. Your brother,KP.
Abibifahodie!(African Liberation)