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To Much Talking And Not Enough Action!!!

Chief Elder Osiris

If you want to keep Black Afrikan people submissive, obedient  and believing, then conditioned Black Afrikans to be more talkative than to be activist thinkers.

Black Afrikans love to talk about any damn thing that come to our synthetic mind, we will strike up a conversation about all kind of made up shit, but not about real stuff that will require action by Black people to make it be relevant to the need of Black Afrikan people.

If talking could mean victory for Black Afrikan people from under the yoke of oppression, we would have been free a long time ago.

Because, Black Afrikan people have done enough talking from long ago to now, and yet there is no  Afrika United States and no recovered Black Afrikan Unified Nation in the world today.

But you see, talking alone, and no action, is nothing but making noise without a purpose, so when Black Afrikans are talking, it is about everybody else  subject matter and issues that has nothing to do with Black Afrikans being in action, fighting for our Liberation, talking about our Liberation, our being free with justice and being independent yes, but being in action to make it so, no, we have nothing to talk about regarding Black people being in that kind of physical action, it always remain in a talking stage by Black Afrikan people.

Black Afrikan vision of the going on in the world is to shortsighted, to  depended, to self debasing as a Race that function on an individual scale, and we do nothing but talk and run from being active in protecting Afrikans interest.

Black Afrikans, we have not a Global perspective with Black Afrikans playing a pivotal role in decision making that will include Black Afrikan interest in advancing the good of the world and the greater good of the Black Afrikan Nation.

We Black Afrikans can not have A Afrika United States when all that we do is talk and depend on those who are with a history of oppressing Black Afrikans and raping Afrika right in front of our Black Afrikan tribal divided face, we being Black Afrikan people who get no respect from the world, because we talk to damn much, without participating in revolutionary action to obtain A Afrika United States and to have a Unified Black Afrikan Nation.

We Black Afrikans love to talk about all that the white world have in their possession, including Afrika, and about the power of the white world military industrial complex and religion, but when it come to Afrika and Black Afrikan people, all that we have for such subject, is run down talk, not realizing that all of the derogatory talk we do about Afrika and the Black Afrikan people, is talk about out Black Afrikan self, which provoke no action of Liberation to come from the talking Black Afrikans.

To talk about and brag about our past Black  revolutionary Ancestors past accomplishments, make it to be just that, the past is not transferable, it remain tight where it is, in the past, Afrika and the Black Afrikans condition is not going to change from what it is today by talking about what our Divine Black Ancestors did in the past.

Talking is an exercise in and of futility, if being without action that will dignify the talking, and Black folks talk is without action, and such will continue to be the down fall of Afrika and the disappearance of the Black Afrikan Nation.

The present is with its own challenges and responsibilities, and how ever the condition is for Afrika and Black Afrikan people in the present, and there is need for change from such condition, then no amount of talking about our prosperous past without action, is going to bring about change for the greater good, if the Black Afrikans do not act to make it so.

In view of the condition of the Black Afrikans today, the Black Afrikans are talking their way straight to remain in the hellish condition we now live in today.

Osiris

Chief Elder

Written@ 4 / 6 / 2017

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