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who feel that they have nothing to lose. in addressing the problem of race in Britain. leisure time. People who have a stake in their society. To be forced to construct such an amount of cumulative historical wealth for others. but not limited to. the United States Corporation. I seek to convince you of the need of a particular approach to the problem of racism. and those corporations divested of European crown colonial control. but directly attributable to planned. between governments and through corporations and other NGO’s. such as.Dear Mr Muigai I write in regard of your address to the UN on 10th January 2011 in Ankara Turkey [Cooperation and common approaches in the combat of racism and racial discrimination and suggestions for possible improvements] I have found fault with your view that all forms of racism are best countered by equal emphasis and determination. protect that society. Or as the Rev. ideas and labour on the development on modern / “Western” technology. the process) is at the very least bad accounting practice. they unconsciously want to destroy it. reminds us "There is nothing more dangerous than to build a society with a large segment of people in that society who feel that they have no stake in it. and thus legitimising. Jr. despite governments. working practises. The subsequent influence of misappropriated dreams. material goods. In short. in particular the European colonies in the American continent. but when they don't have it. Dr."
. The conditions in which Africans CURRENTLY face them selves go above and beyond current understanding of what is acceptable competitive social transformation. strategised institutionalised racism in governments. and yet have so little dominion over that same said wealth (unless joining in. and so regarding all forms of racism and discrimination as requiring the same emphasis and the same determination is to prey into the hands of the racist structures that already exist. calculated and interconnected. intellectual property and popular culture is not only irrefutable. based on the understanding that the historical approach of racists and racism in the “developed nations” has been systematic. freedom. Africanism and the restoration of it is paramount. and particularly in the International Year of People of African descent. The denial of the African’s inalienable natural behaviour of cultural memory has been the cornerstone of the development of the wealth of western civilisation over the last half millennium. Martin Luther King.
possessions. saving our person and the persons of our queen and our children.
. prospect. lands. these organisations have demonstrated time and again that they can and will pull together and pool resources to ensure the right to self-determination of peoples (Art. ideologies. in their opinion. does not make any provision or remedy for the 30 consecutive generations of compounded wealth accumulation to which they have been denied access and in which they continue to be denied participation. and in such other ways as they can. In this. historical benefactors or cumulative mechanisms of racism to combat racism consistent with the “victim led” approach you subscribe to in your address. as the need arises. that “if we do not correct the transgression. Treating all people the same. within forty days. which they are not. reckoning from the time it was brought to our notice or to that of our justiciar if we were out of the kingdom. the aforesaid four barons shall refer that case to the rest of the twenty-five barons and those twenty-five barons together with the community of the whole land shall distrain and distress us in every way they can. and when amends have been made. they shall obey us as they did before” ] So you see. albeit archaically. social network status and other personal data held in computers and archives. not dealing with the corruption of Africanism at the root of racism in modern (post 1500) civilisation legitimises and obscures the impunity with which Western civilisation has operated against the interests of the African race in Diaspora. or if we are out of the kingdom. until. namely. the year of the African. nationality or geography.This position. is in concordance with both Article 7 of the European Convention on Human Rights [This reads ‘No Punishment without Law’ and assures no punishment outside Law for those wittingly or unwittingly pushed outside the protection of the law of the land] AND Britain’s own Magna Carta Article 61. 1 : . To treat all forms of discrimination as equal is tantamount to treating all people the same. though extreme. ) of the African in Diaspora remains a distant. Inclusion of Africans in the highest level of Western civilisation today or tomorrow. if our justiciar does not correct it. 1215 [ Which states. The power structures and processes which discriminate against Africans based on appearance may be different to the power structures and processes which discriminate against Africans based on ideology. Yet. often intangible. even treating all people equally. These again may be different to the power structures which discriminate against Africans based on income. by seizing castles. (also the 30th Anniversary of the National Black People’s day of Action in the UK – See House of Commons Early Day Motion 1289 for more information) and in the designated month of African American history it behoves you to look at the problem of racism from an African perspective. You CANNOT successfully use the institutions.03/13/1984. amends have been made. is a form of discrimination. Our histories (once connected to us) are what make us unique. proportional to their contribution to the common wealth.
past or present. and the profit derived thereof. language and ideals of African civilisation. Consider that in at least one African language. actually helps corporations. Where the Rule of Law is upheld and the state does not abuse it’s monopoly on legitimised violence such extreme ideas rarely go as far as manifesting themselves in physical action. and perhaps more dangerously. a passive surrender to the unknown. we are talking about the following activities which. capitalism.For example. which. many respected Western newspapers routinely publish content under the guise of free and fair debate which. while falling well short of the threshold of hatred. there is no word for “Should”. does enough stoke the embers of prejudice amongst its readership. political parties and civil servants in the Centre to maintain a status quo. were crimes. have very little to do with the true nature. existing in Europe.do not significantly influence the rate or nature of transition away from their current situation. but is instead outer directed. although not in itself racist. the absence of a political party working in the specific interests of the AfroPean caucus – at either local or national or supranational level – is the biggest obstacle to combating AfroPean race politics and race economics in the British political system.
1) Kidnap 2) Rape and forced / coerced miscegenation 3) Physical torture and mental persecution 4) Forced and coerced labour 5) False imprisonment (mental and physical) 6) Misappropriation of human capital and intellectual property. disgust humanity. for example. and incitement to racial and religious hatred. With regard to your observations on hate crimes. contributes to the lack of preparedness of the general population in coming to terms and dealing with the net effect(s) of cumulative historical racism. and the principle of freedom of speech in promoting a cultural ambivalence under the guise of consumerism. Despite the institution of numerous think tanks. We must never forget that in talking of Africans in Diaspora. or its constructs . Western ideologies such as socialism. but crimes against the African. promotion of extremist ideas. a stereotype of the surrender to forces greater than the individual. This constructs an atmosphere which. attitudes and politics in Britain.
Another particularly odious example is the combination of freedom of capital accumulated from the transatlantic trade. and indeed African civilisation and language and religion predates all of these concepts and constructs. then and now. A status quo which means that AfroPeans – persons descendant of African Origin. Not crimes against humanity. then and now. Perhaps they have always understood that “Should” does not empower an individual to take responsibility for his own desired transformation. 7) Religious Persecution
. conservatism liberalism Marxism. However.
To this day some 1. Therefore. the natural law still holds that Africans were not sold or regarded as chattel or Negroes or sub human or genetically inferior at the point of transaction. and considering this to be the case. and the reactions to it. In the event that bills of sale are produced. The British Government’s subsequent reparations to slave holding companies shows a clear understanding on the part of the government that it was aware of the trade. by reason of successive generations of wealth denial. I would draw your attention to the manifest truth that. and have not. and account for their “transactions”. which is to directly connect to ancestry and historical culture. non-psychotic way without a system of slavery and certainly without the system of slavery as we know and relate it to Africans. having always been human. persecution is regarded a greater crime than murder. the level. it also failed to regulate it’s own commercial interests 2) RAPE AND FORCED / COERCED MISCEGENATION Here the psychosis of the supremacist is ultimately revealed. Class and social aspirations may have changed. do not. But the children produced by many kidnapped African women were brought into existence largely to this end. it was and is by no measure comparable to. 6) MISAPPROPRIATION OF HUMAN CAPITAL AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY. does not change a person's nationality. 7) RELIGIOUS PERSECUTION None of the Africans chose to learn/ adopt the language or religion. the attempt of African tribes. If they were citizens at the point of transaction then compensation for their work as equals is past due. there is no evidence that the African tribes were initially aware of or condoned the depravity suffered in the trafficking of humans to the Americas. failing to regulate industry while receiving profit in the form of taxation is money laundering. Judging from the compatibility of the two strands of humanity on a physical level the latter appears to be the case. the US government in Tuskegee. This religious persecution has seen the AfroPean in Diaspora all too often put class. without a bill of sale.
. Britain's reparations to the slave holding companies are tantamount to aiding and abetting known felons. Hitler in Namibia. concerning itself only with the basic instinct to avoid death. and repatriation is past due.In regard of the seven deadly sins outlined above I draw your attention to the following:
1) KIDNAP Kidnap. since 1970 alone. what the supremacist does to "us" he does to himself. are. to his / her own detriment. and as such. and their subsequent exposure to bondage and seasoning. Al-Jazeera researchers estimate that. This is in direct contrast to the African tradition. he is either aiding and abetting bestiality. more than £800 Billion*has left African Governance through anonymous trusts. trade mispricing and foreign banks and multinationals working in Africa whilst avoiding paying tax. or his classification of the African as non or sub human is incorrect at the outset. The financial rewards of this £800 can.then it is kidnap. plus restitution for kidnap . AND THE PROFIT DERIVED THEREOF. Tony Blair in Iraq etc) 4) FORCED AND COERCED LABOUR The argument that Slavery is required in order to protect and expand society is not only false. be traced back to those countries proudly bailing out Africa with "aid" . fake foundations . and in regard of the level and nature of physical and mental bondage unique to the transatlantic slave trade. imprisoned. Once this became known. Insufficient attention was paid to the personal and spiritual development experienced by others at the time. then it cannot be an excuse for the law. in the west “Freedom” as espoused by popular culture is actually freedom to be ignorant of one's history. 3) PHYSICAL TORTURE AND MENTAL PERSECUTION While the level and nature of persecution of Europeans in Diaspora in the Americas is accepted and understood. type and nature of persecution that they inflicted on Africans.
5) FALSE IMPRISONMENT (MENTAL AND PHYSICAL) Whether or not there was pre-existing Slavery in Africa is irrelevant. Africans have higher aspirations than this. as far as I am aware. villages and nations to resist further trespass and kidnap is well documented. money laundering. tax havens. There are many documented examples of societies who functioned in a balanced. and as an attempt to obtain a degree of civil liberty. but has never been proven by Western civilisation in Western civilisation. Any such endeavour can be viewed in the context of a survival mechanism to avoid further persecution. Production of human resources for physical labour is not the sole aim of a union between a man and a woman. In Islamic law. by his own definition. scope and scale of copyright and patent infringements is beyond the scope of this particular communication. and the extremes of human behaviour are made manifest. in regard of the sovereignty principle pre-existing in Africa. The number. but race. In terms of the kidnapped Africans participation in Western Democratic institutions.the companies had a duty of care to understand where their human resources were coming from. Persecution instils a spirit of psychosis into both parties. as we have evidenced from European state’s numerous human rights transgression by proxy (King Leopold in Zaire. In the absence of written records of the agreements between parties to treat human beings in the way that they were treated. This is miscegenation. more recently social mobility) The way African religions were proscribed and the way European religions were prescribed are functions of the AB (lower) man in African Theology. and social aspiration before issues of race. (or. At worst. resulting in an equivalent $10 loss per $1 of aid. still Africans of the various tribes outlined.3 million African Americans find them selves. and suffering forced and coerced labour. Amritsar Massacre. for the most part. if ignorance of the law is not an excuse. If the Africans were not US citizens at the point of transaction . and is also prejudiced. the descendants of slaves.
and for the reconciliation and reparation of AfroPeans in an Afro – centric manner.
SELF AWARENESS Realisation of worthy ideals. and the threat and fear of regression can no longer be used in advocacy of the status quo. and the continued perpetuated ignorance of them. economics. The core components of racism – Prejudice. Dr Marimba Ali correctly observes that “Culture is the immune system of a people” From this you will understand the significance of AfroPeans in Diaspora forming communities (not neighbourhoods) Where AfroPeans can control the politics. programs. and promote self determination. with all the associated consequences for the right of peoples to self determination. Power and Process are here located next to the strategies required to counter them.The net result of the crimes outlined above. religion and education of AfroPeans in a manner concentric to African cultures(s). and reflection of the incompleteness and inadequacies of previous modes of self expression
SELF EXPRESSION Formulation of institutions and media that re-present the modalities of self discipline
SELF – DISCIPLINE Patterns. I would urge you to look at the institutional practises which reward contribution to culturally ambivalent western society at the expense of the AfroPean choosing to (re) connect with and (re)invest in his own African centred culture. systems and modalities in support of the goal of self awareness
. is that the abilities of AfroPeans – descendants of African extraction existing in Europe or its constructs –to establish families. To be clear I do not wish to give the impression that progress is not being made.
PROPOSED APPROACHES TO SOLUTION:
Below is an outline of the key stages which must be built upon IN SUCCESSION in order to minimise the effects of racism. homes and communities in relation to the AfroPean population and contribution to civil society has been severely undermined. What I do want to make clear is that the situation is still and currently unacceptable.
within our own community forgiving ourselves. No just the root of the cause. Addressing this stage before dealing with the others is mere affirmation.in groups and in communities. not ourselves. 7) REMEMBRANCE . But the rest of the world knows how seriously to take the West’s self. at the basic. by varying degrees. and others.changes of the law.I have observed seven righteous remedies for the seven sins.this is a natural stage. and until such time is to be regarded with cynicism.
. individually and in groups. for the imbalances that we have caused to each other as a consequence of our experiences.THIS MUST NEVER HAPPEN AGAIN . Two different types of group are needed here. 2) RECONCILIATION . and one type of group to deal with remedies 5-7 5) RECIPROCITY . As a bare minimum. 3) REPARATIONS . Just as. again beyond the scope of this communication. changes in politic structure. How the British Empire treats its own citizens is a different matter. at the weight value of the sterling silver or other base metal it was backed against at the time. and a point of departure. and financial recompense. armed with the knowledge and experience of the first three stages.physically remove the lower body from harm / persecution. Understanding and accepting that the psychosis of others has been responsible for this situation. Remember that the relationship between Africans and Europeans does not encompass the whole world view paradigm of either Africans or Europeans. 6) RESTITUTION . soul (memory of the heart) Spirit. one type of group to deal with and administer remedies 1-3.forming new. document. Recognising and reducing individual behaviour which is inappropriate to group development 4) REORGANISATION . connect and relate to what has actually happened. and it his own responsibility to remedy it. for the wrongful kidnap of its citizens. And then. the (then) £2bn that was paid in compensation to British companies to mitigate their loss against the abolition of free and forced labour of kidnapped and raped Africans can be reclaimed. But you must first get yourself out. Forgiving (NOT forgetting) those suffering from the same psychosis. tribes. effective groups. refocusing of religious beliefs.understand. But basically is stems from "Einstein’s law" that for every reaction. These can be described in stages. lower level every man is responsible for organising and controlling his own primordial functions. Further. thus: 1) RETREAT / REGROUP. and we do not need to concern ourselves with it. but all of the various protracted scenarios that make up our history.this is where organisations ( governments. the ethereal body / mind. there is an equal and opposite reaction.we must use media to remind ourselves of the reasons we had to go through this process in the first place. White supremacist action has created an imbalance / psychosis within the white supremacist himself. form patterns of like minded people doing the same. balanced and fair settlement of affairs . civil action groups ) get together to negotiate true. the reparation has to be made to African nation states in the first instance. and then.assertion of itself as a bastion of freedom and democracy based on the way it has treated Africans.
BUILDING BLOCKS OF RACIAL INTEGRITY AND TOLERANCE IN AFROPEAN DIASPORA With font size as an indicator of priority (Larger is more immediate Smaller is more imperative)
CROSS -CULTURAL SYNERGY AND PARTICIPATION RESPECTFUL INTERDEPENDENCE
INTEGRATION OF NETWORKED COMMUNITY GROUPS WITH NON . PHYSICAL HARM
. AND PREVENTION OF.COMMUNITY GROUPS
NETWORKING OF COMMUNITY GROUPS AND POOLING OF RESOURCES
ACTIVELY SUPPORTING AND PROMOTING THE HISTORICAL CUMULATIVE CULTURAL EXPRESSION OF THE INDIVIDUAL(S) AS MEMBERS OF COMMUNITY GROUPS OF THE INDIVIDUAL
CREATIVELY SUPPORTING THE HISTORICAL CUMULATIVE CULTURAL EXPRESSION OF THE INDIVIDUAL AS INDIVIDUAL
ENSURING AND MAINTAINING FREEDOM FROM EMOTIONAL PERSECUTION
INDIVIDUAL PROTECTION FROM.
Politics. and that the situation is undesirable. in terms of racial status. We have seen time and again that Western Education systems are effective at highlighting that something is not right. power over communications. after 600+ years of injustice. legislative. Religion. politics. socially and economically to the retreat. Or even the Afropean root race and its history. Civil and human rights are applicable to any person at any time.and interaction with . and is the obvious and logical step after protecting AfroPeans from physical and emotional persecution. judicial authority. This can be seen as part of the simple but effective tactic of putting considerations of Sovereignty. most typically ensuring the power of veto on progress i. military power.. Community. Gender. But will NOT use the African root race. we understand from this that encouraging AfroPeans in Diaspora to know and communicate their own true history is both simple and effective in combating racism. and gender to address individual or minority group concerns and situations regarding race. and decisions and actions are irreversible. or African root race history. Knowing is NOT proving. intellectual authority. commerce. religion. Process Overt and covert Systems which can be used to affect the leverage on power and prejudice in a repeatable way with predictable consequences. history and future have already been decided. community. the developed world accepts that.Again. reparation and restitution of AfroPeans in Diaspora. you pre judge it to be worthy of your attention. energy policy and media. the “developed world” is complicit in promulgating the unspoken consensus that the questions of race have been answered. racism can most simply be understood in terms of three component attributes
I) II) III)
PREJUDICE POWER PROCESS
Prejudice This is an inalienable natural behaviour. As a case in point. In as much as no acceptable restitution has been made to date. As most knowledge of . Class. Power Control of resources in a mental or physical state or paradigm – e. economic power. the status quo. executive.g. and allowing opportunity to reconcile and physical / emotional persecution. if you are reading this sentence. and not a problem in and of itself.and the corporations that often control them – will use instruments and arguments of class. It is also important to be aware of State and corporate / NGO attempts to reframe the historical and cumulative abuses of inalienable African natural behaviour as a current contemporary “civil rights” or even “human rights” By definition. but they fall well short of providing a vehicle for producing Africans that contribute politically. consumerism and sexuality all before the issue of race. and while uncomfortable with that history.e.
.African society in the West is gained through popular consumer culture. But in and of themselves civil rights movements today do little to combat the injustices of yesterday. As such we see that sovereign nation states .
undermining the reasons to trust. as well as many other documents.
. share the data amongst other local community grassroots organisations. need not be the largest component)
Reason to Trust Motivation to communicate
UNDERSTANDING AND RELEVANCE OF MEDIUM OPPORTUNITY TO COMMUNICATE
= Mode(s) of Articulation = Mode(s) of expression
The solution to the problem of gathering ethnically desegregated data is. accountable to and within the communities in which they serve. I trust that you will understand that in this instance inclusion of a diagram is to avoid obfuscation and irrelevant terminology to address turnkey solution strategies for what is essentially a simple problem. the capacity to understand. have given legitimate caused for concern in the AfroPean community. which in and of itself attests to the importance of the relevance of the medium. accountable to and within the communities in which they serve. to interpret the data themselves. I trust that you will understand that. and even the motivation to communicate.Finally.as confirmed by the UK’s ministry of Justice and the ineffectiveness and implementation of the McPherson report findings 1994-2001. I believe to empower local community grassroots organisations to collect their own census data – both quantitative analysis and qualitative expressions. and for these same local community grassroots organisations. and the mode of articulation (which. and the organisations that serve them. though essential to the process. in regard of the ethnically desegregated data you desire. This collated data can then be presented and made publicly available with the consent and at the discretion of the communities. the racial profiling of AfroPeans 2005 – 2010 .
ctjnet.youtube.youtube.youtube.uk/getting%20into%20court.equalityhumanrights. MADE IN AMERICA http://www.com/watch?v=S-0FZmXgCwE&feature=related http://www. more importantly.com/watch?v=IgM5NAq6cGI HOUSTON POLICE EXPOSED: http://www.archive.com/watch?v=1hwSQ138vxI&feature=related MICHELLE ALEXANDER – US PRISONS.guardian.generation3-0.youtube.0 – PERSPECTIVES ON RACISM FROM AN ENGLISH NEIGHBOURHOOD http://www.youtube. as it engages and encourages us to share both perspective and.htm CAUL GRANT – CAMPAIGN FOR TRUTH AND JUSTICE – THE UK JIM CROW http://www.com/watch?v=ktOwGpn3J0Q&NR=1
DAMBISA MOYO – DEAD AID http://www.uk/ http://www.com/2011/02/02/ohio-mom-serves-10-days-in-jail-loses-job-gets-felonyfor-trying-to-get-off-democrat-plantation/
9 STORIES IN BRIXTON – COMMUNITY GENTRIFICATION http://www.ctjnet.com/watch?v=C65GHh2Kmlw GENERATION 3.youtube.com/watch?v=ItHbLahuPBw&feature=related APOCALYPSE AFRICA.youtube.com/watch?v=resPZD_j6_0&feature=player_embedded KELLEY WILLIAMS-BOLAR IMPRISONMENT http://exposethemedia. Video and text evidence in support of the conclusions drawn in this document can be found as follows: DR MARIMBA ANI – WHAT IS CULTURE? http://www.uk/environment/video/2011/feb/07/food-spain-migrants EQUALITIES AND HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION REVIEW OF STOP AND SEARCH POWERS http://www.co.co.com/watch?v=O19p7oc7Y6U ANTHRAX WAR – STERILISATION OF BLACKS IN SOUTH AFRICA
http://www.uk/document/cm42/4262/4262.youtube.official-documents. A video archive can be useful in the respect.co. context.htm http://www.co.org/
.com/watch?v=8dQRxKyE6tU THE GUARDIAN – SALAD SLAVES http://www.This MUST include qualitative survey as well as statistics.youtube.com/key-projects/race-in-britain/stop-and-think/ MACPHERSON REPORT – RACISM WITHIN THE BRITISH POLICE SYSTEM http://www. THE NEW JIM CROW http://www.