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  • Hello everyone. There is a tremendous opportunity to purchase farm land in South Africa. Its basically $2000 for 100 acres. This is for serious individuals only. We are going in as a group to purchase 5000 acres. If you are interested please email me at demetrius.goodwin35@gmail.com. Again this is a great opportunity!!
  • What’s good Holip we should purchase land the size of these military bases in the u.s. on the continent. What’s your perspective on this?
  • classic broadcast.. You can listen to this a million times in a year, lol. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CW-_S_ToHnM
  • Minister Dawu have an email. I am currently an electrical helper, but I don't know how to brand myself as an Afrikstanian in the workforce. Email is garrett18cole@gmail.com. Peace!! Hotep!
    • Keep up the good work young brother!I will tell the minister to get in touch with you
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  • Greetings brother,
    I listened to your Youtube cast with brother Genesis on Dynast Show. I am a recent member, I like the fact that there are brothers who are about actions. Can we contribute money as shareholders and found a business in Angola, may be an Agro processing business. There is an African Lady in Ghana Dr. Harnet or I believe in Rwanda who is a Business consultant of sort, who can help us establish a business. She also has a YouTube channel, she wrote a book "How to make money in Africa". Our members can put up money just like any other shareholder in a corporation. Since Genesis is already on the ground in Angola, he can help us coordinate that. It will be an enterprise we can start and grow with, then leverage to found an African centered trade school in Angola or any part of Africa. Thanks Fam!
    • We believe in people taking initiative themselves.That sounds like a great idea to bring to Angola.I am not on the ground in Angola yet my partner Mr Rosenthall of the TRG group in BAIO is.What you are suggesting is a great idea.Let us know more about it and get it together.
  • First we do not ask for reparations we demand reparations. First, filing briefs, complaints, and cases in a domestic venue has not worked because the U.S. government has built in bias in favor of apartheid and colonialism. Secondly, we are victims of international crimes against humanity, apartheid and colonialism. The proper place to file for relief is in an international venue. Equally, we are under the condition of occupation and we have several protections and rights to restoration accorded to us under the laws of war, Fourth Geneva Conventions, Humanitarian, Refugee, International and Human Rights Laws. Last, Reparations will not only come in the form of compensation there are other dynamics as well.
    Please have a look and consider joining usI do not want you to take this as a solicitation for students but rather a solicitation for a positive remedy to the African descendant American condition.

    It is the duty of Lawyers and Political Scientist of African descendant to not only articulate our political, economic and legal problems but to collectively come up with a remedy.

    The duty of African-descendant Lawyers is to zealously represent African-descendant people on collective human rights violations. Likewise, the duty of the African-descendant political scientist is to use qualitative sources, such as historical documents, to develop theories and use quantitative methods, such as statistical analysis, to test these theories in a way that is remedial.

    We must at this late date understand that we "cannot change the system from within". That is the biggest lie of the 20th century regurgitated by the unthinking drones of civil rights nostalgia. The Lawyers and Political Scientist must work for systematic change. Both the African descendant Lawyer and Political Scientist should monitor current events, policy decisions, and other issues relevant to a systematic change.

    We have to resolve the fact that the vast majority of our Lawyers and Political scientists are inadequately trained to fulfill their duties. because of this erroneous myth that change comes from within when true change is Freedom of determination rather than trying to change the embedded racism that is the core linchpin of American politics. This problem stems from the fact that they have not studied self-determination nor trained to understands the difference between a 'Simple Minority' and 'National Minority when status determines the distribution of land, authority, and the economic privileges of 'Peoples' in America. Change is not a seat on the bus or a seat in an educational institute. Dr. King only started the movement towards change and we must finish it.

    So it is apparent to everyone who thinks logically that we must hurdle our psychological sensitivities to Self-Determination Studies when it can be used to move our stifled democratic development into land and indigenous rights in the allocation of state and federal funds. Our failure to understand and utilize international law deprives us of the power to adequately challenge the allocations of rights, power, and privileges. Whether we realize it our not African-descendants are a "Native People". We have been deprived of the ability to understand who we are. We must 'learn the National Minority status and racial identity 'one drop' game'. This inadequacy has enabled the maintenance of systematic racial governance that has inculcated race into political behavior and public policies that incarcerate, gentrifies, kills, and deprives our people of their human rights.

    The discussions of the Civil Rights Lawyers, Political Scientist professors are remarkably limited to complaining about criminal Justice, education, and economic issues argued in front of racist Anglo-Judges under the Anglo interpretation of the Anglo-American law. When will we learn? The Lawyers and Political Scientist have been dulled into compliance by the mindless redundancy of inequities when we should be putting forth a collective remedy case. These inequities are all due to the fact our lawyers and the political scientist have been unable until now to utilize collective remedies that are available to African descendant, indigenous people under the International law.

    This is not hyperbole. We are not making this up. We teach International law UN Human Rights Defender and UN Monitoring Courses candidates directly from the United Nations texts and manuals. Our professors explain the UN Conventions, General Assembly Resolutions, Treaties, Doctrines, and Principles concerning National Minority Status and privileges, Reparations, Indigenous rights, Self-determination, Colonialism and the Right to non-discrimination in Education, Policing, housing, and employment.

    Our professors show our candidates how to challenge the racial recalcitrance of the empty, unenforceable rhetoric of diversity and color blindness that many of our Lawyers and political Scientist have been confounded by. We show you how to challenge this type of racial sophistry under International law. There are many solutions under international law, and the UN Human Rights Commission, The Working Group on People of African Descent, and UN General Assemblies are waiting for our educated professionals to frame our issues adequately.

    On this day in history, American governance must be examined and 'Special Measures' put forth detailing specific policies regarding our American identity, citizenship status, education and tax allocations, authority, policing, justice, material wealth, peace and public health.

    Happy Birthday Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. from the American Institute of Human Rights your generation started it, and we are going to finish it.

    Please visit our sites and become a UN Human Rights Defender or UN Monitor. For information on how we are approaching these conditions through human rights education go to www.adconfederation.com, www.aihrights.com, www.humanrightsclasses.tv

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  • I wanted to get everyone opinion on reparations. I personally don't believe in begging your oppressor for monetary payback.....especially if you don't have LIN in Africa. I attended a lecture on Saturday where our people are locked in on the reparations agenda.
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