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Its best to avoid the ("conscious/lecturer/debater") industry.
Most ordinary "Black" people will acknowledge they are "African".
The ordinary Black person is open to if not looking for a specific nationality, set of customs to identify with along with their own government structure organize under.

The missing ingredient to really get LIN rolling is creating Nationalities.
How do we do that? The UNIA and NOI provide models of organizing African Diaspora.

We can achieve LIN by creating an umbrella nationality by writing constitutions with by-laws. An umbrella Nationality with different sub-nations all operating under interconnected sets of laws. 
If organizations such as BAIO can go about this business of "generating nationalities and sub-nationalities" they will naturally seek out land and infrastructure to build upon their new African centered nationality.

Here's my example.

1. BAIO reformats to the nationality "Bakala Nation" its own governing body, constitution and by-laws. They are now a Provisional Government 
2. BaKala Nation start handing out charters to groups, families, organizations to become sub-nations or "sub-divisions". 
3. Charter 1 - Becomes recognized as Kwezi Nation and people in the neighborhood can join, learn standards, mission, earn positions and titles and jobs, pool resources.
4. Charter 2 - Becomes recognized as Washil Nation....
5. Rinse and repeat.
6. At a certain timed date people begin moving and building land and infrastructure, at the same time Charters are still being handed out and the diaspora nationalities are growing.

This will be smoother if an official language was adopted, and charter "tribes" all matched one language. Also an intercontinental translation and language industry would be created.

This is the missing ingredient in a LIN movement. I propose, the N should be changed to "nationality" (a national identity) because that is really what's going to get African diaspora moving toward land (statehood) and infrastructure.

So lets discuss this theory.
Theory: Organizing Brand New (African Based) Nationalities will Motivate, organize and Drive people towards developing Land, Statehood and Infrastructure in Africa.

This is a theory, and up for debate. It would look like Marcus Garvey's UNIA but the UNIA would instead be a "Nation" or "Tribe" and its branches no matter how small or big would be "sub-tribes" and "sub-nations." The constitution and by laws would be oriented towards LIN.

If anyone has the ability, time and resources, lets test the theory and see where it takes us. I really want to see this discussed and ultimately, put to the test.

Otu Obi (one mind, peace)

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  • Brother we only want a territory in a host nation.We are not ready for sovereignty.We want autonomy in a host nation.We have three countries interested in the BAIO.Like  I told you years ago this is not your average Hotep Group.This group is making waves across the  globe.

    • I don't know what the difference is between "autonomy" and "sovereignty" but maybe that should be addressed in the about us page which states -
      "We want to establish an independent nation state of our own, on the continent of our ancestors, for the victims, descendants and P.O.W's of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade scattered throughout the diaspora, living as 2nd and 3rd class citizens in foreign lands." 

      "BAIO along with some of the most powerful bloggers in Black America and the diaspora will make the case that it is time for landless sons and daughters of Mother Afrika to have self determination. We believe self determination means self rule and government. The only place this can happen is in Africa. It is time for us to move forward to our ancient home land."
      Sovereignty is a common synonym of self-determination (even on a Google Search) and "autonomy" was never mentioned.

      I still think its a good theory. Marcus Garvey's organization offers a blueprint that maybe can be re-worked to organize and help mobilize people. It was based off the fraternity system.

      • The BAIO has its own blueprint.Sovereignty is not practical.Autonomy under an existing African state is more effective.Such as Dubai,Hong Kong,Also yes the ultimate goal is a sovereignty African American nation in Africa,for all slave descendants to settle from a position of strength in safety on their own terms.

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