FROLINAN’s Ten Point Platform: WHAT WE WANT
-Last Updated 09-02-13
United States in actions to attain demands of community control as articulated in our tenpoint platform. However, we must see clearly how to link struggles for the pressingimmediate needs of the masses of our people with the revolutionary goal of nationalindependence. We must work as a collective (Nation-within-a-Nation) to alleviate andsolve the most pressing problems of our people such as housing, education,employment, and poverty that are cause by racist U.S. national oppression, economicexploitation and terroristic colonial domination. We realize that a fundamental
transformation (destruction) of the whole “U.S. capitalist
-imperialist multi-nationalcorporation, economic, social and political system is required for this. What we nowknow beyond any doubt is that these ruthless parasites have no intention of removingthe causes of discrimination, poverty and misery among the masses, as these plaguesare the driving force of their capitalist imperialist system. Historically, in our search for an answer to this difficult problem we have swung from one extreme to the other withoutfinding a logical and practical connection between the two ends. Thus, in the past wetalked about armed struggle by small, highly disciplined, and trained groups of militantsas the only really revolutionary method of action. When we run up against the unrealismof guerrilla-type actions in the United States, where the scale of revolutionary strugglesdemands huge and much more complex commitments of forces, we roll back tospasmodic and uncoordinated activities such as the largely spontaneous uprisings andrebellions that flare up in our various communities over issues that often do not serve tobe far-reaching or sustaining. It is true of course, as the current U.S. anti-Afrikanpolitical and economic climate indicates that the New Afrikan conscious community ismore ready to fight for their freedom from national oppression and colonial dominationthan any other sector of society. But it requires the active backing and participation of the majority of our population along with our activist, intelligentsia and leadership toachieve lasting political and economic power. This level of organization certainly has notyet been reached. Moreover, the political understanding of our numbers is far lessadvanced than their combative frame of mind.
Thus, the Front for the Liberation of the New Afrikan Nation (Frolinan) is a “from the
garssroots up New Afrikan Peoples self-determination and Nation-
that proposes a two prong approach. Presently, our primary objective is to evolve a