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RBG Blueprint for Ujamaa Dynasty

RBG Blueprint for Ujamaa Dynasty

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RBG Blueprint for Ujamaa Dynasty
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Published by: Rbg Street Scholar on Jul 17, 2012
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Being UFD is a profession, which is “a principal calling, voca-
tion, or employment.” Principal meaning “most important.” Call-
ing meaning “a strong inner impulse toward a particular course of
action.” Vocation meaning “the special function of an individual or
group.” The profession of UFD is defned in Our Body & Soul in gen-
eral, but in Our laws specifcally. Being professional means “char-
acterized by or conforming to the technical or ethical standards of a
profession” and “following a line of conduct as though it were a pro-
fession.” And professionalism is “the conduct, aims, or qualities that
characterize or mark a profession...” The key phrases here are “char-
acterized by or conforming to... technical or ethical standards...”

Professional people and organizations have principles and stan-
dards that guide their actions. Such principles and standards give
them a means to measure their success. Those who have no prin-
ciples and standards are like lost ships at sea with no means to steer
themselves to safe harbors. And those who base their principles and
standards upon feelings and not reason become like raging bulls who
chase after all manners of perceived violations.

Professionalism is the key to the success of UFD. We must

strive to follow a line of conduct based upon defned principles and

standards. There is a reason part of the breakdown of Our point on
Strength states, “... recognizing that Our struggle is more mental
than physical , so Our strength lies in Our ability to think on levels
higher than feelings and opinions...” Feelings are “often unreasoned
opinion[s] and belief[s],” while opinions are “belief[s]... less strong
than positive knowledge.” What separates UFD from being a gang or
some pathetic fringe group is Our professionalism. It will be the rea-
son We become prominent and respected on levels that matter. And

those levels that matter are defnitely not in the streets or in prison.

This lesson is particularly directed at Our ex-lumpens who often

times defne their principles and standards upon street or prison

code. We don’t have no need for that code. That is the code of those
who don’t go very far in life. We of UFD embrace dynastic profes-


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