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Wednesday, January 25, 2017

African Black Women Liberation Clarification
Unity Consciousness #935

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”Preparedness Is More Important Than Protest, Unity Consciousness #929”

African Black women, you do not need to be marching with white women or any other kind of woman. The fact that they identity as white at all other times, means they do not identify with black. You might be willing to set aside your African blackness for your femaleness, but they most certainly are not willing to set aside their whiteness for femaleness. They are protesting as white women but got you “believing” it's just about women.

White women got you protesting with them against Trump and this and that but white women in mass numbers do not make it priority to punish the killers of your children, brothers, husbands, sisters.
Your concerns are not their concerns, yet you make their concerns your concerns.

African Black women, you need to be working with African Black men the way it was in the beginning when we created long-standing civilizations or the way it was during the physical enslavement or the way it was for a period after the physical enslavement or the way it still is here and there.

Why do African Black women protest for a white woman's cause?
Because some African Black women identity more with being female than with being African Black and more with being American than African and more with being South African than being African.

Under what circumstances would it be okay for African Black males to march with White males?
Why is it okay for women to protest on the basis of gender, but when African Black people unite as a collective and protest with one strong determined voice on the basis of African Blackness, we're being racist, divisive, etc?

African Black women, white women don't need any liberation or any more rights.
All these white women have to do to get their rights is to stop having sex with white males and they will get their rights overnight.
African Black women, you are falling for the sweet-sounding gender-based okie doke that works against black folks.
You think what is in your heart is in their heart.
You think their words match their heart.
You do not take five minutes to test that theory of belief but asking who is participating in the racism collective worldwide. Is it just white males?

African Black women, by putting your gender first, you are subconsciously seeking to escape from African Blackness. You just wanna be somebody else. “I can't get equality based on African Blackness, let me try getting it as a woman and my chances are improved if I join with white women because they are connected to the power (white males).” This is deep in your messed up logic.

Your alliance with white women won't get you any more rights. It will get you less.
By moving away from African Blackness as your main basis, the only place you can escape to is a human-made Hell.

Good grief! This is 2017 and we act like we don't have any experience upon which to improve our hindsight. We act like everything is long ago and in the past and has no relevance to right now and everything happening right now has something to do with something else.
Our behavior is the same as making the same mistake thousands of times.
Based on our “keep-on-believing-the-obvious-lie” behavior, our favorite song must be, “You just keep on fooling me, until you use me up.”

"What we must do and what we must know." World history and African spiritual traditions are the instruments of your liberation.

”Steve Harvey's Good-Bad-Ugly-Stupid Chess Playing, Unity Consciousness #927”

No we are not all human beings because some of us have decided against human beingness.

African Black women, you mistakenly think you have a women problem, when instead you have a spiritual problem which is inseparable from African Blackness, the birthplace of human spirit.

African Black(ness) is more than one geographic location, one color or shade. African Black(ness) is many understandings that converge as we emerge and merge.

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