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Monday, August 18, 2014

Struggling To Understand, Understanding To Struggle

“In order to be able to liberate or fight or struggle you have to be able to conceptualize a self,” - - Sister Asiba Tupahache
Sister Asiba also said, “When I came to him for help, I said, Dr. Ben, my relatives were Indians. He said five words that I will never forget to the day I die, “That's their word for you.”

I said “oh, “their” and “you.” There's a separation. There's a difference. And then came the beginning of understanding self.”

Sister Asiba said at one point her group of people were called extinct. Dr. Yosef ben-Jochannan said:

“I don't feel that one square inch of Africa belongs to any European or Arab. When the last African dies, only then shall we give up the right to get back that last square inch of African land and the last indigenous person has not yet died on this continent, in Canada or in South America and they cannot rest until the last piece of the last square inch of land or the last body and last breath of their people has been blown.”

Sister Asiba went on to say, “It takes a mental turnaround [from being told you're extinct] to realizing that you're not. That began her search inward.
“When you seek the source of truth, it hits you and nobody can ever change it.”

Note: All of the above either quoted or paraphrased from, Dr Yosef Ben Jochannan - The Real History of Kemet/Egypt, begins 1:10:30

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