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MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. AND MALCOM X - CELEBRATING BLACK HISTORY MONTH

Who is Martin Luther King Jr.?

Martin Luther King, Jr. (January 15, 1929 – April 4, 1968) was an American clergyman, activist, and prominent leader in the African-American civil rights movement. His main legacy was to secure progress on civil rights in the United States. King became a civil rights activist early in his career. He led the 1955 Montgomery Bus Boycott and helped found the Southern Christian Leadership Conference in 1957, serving as its first president. King's efforts led to the 1963 March on Washington where King delivered his "I Have A Dream " speech. There, he raised public consciousness of the civil rights movement and established himself as one of the greatest orators in U.S. history. In 1964, King became the youngest person to receive the Nobel Peace Prize for his work to end racial segregation and racial discrimination through civil disobedience and other non-violent means, Learn More about MLK.

 

Who is Malcom X?

Malcolm X (May 19, 1925 – February 21, 1965), also known as El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz was an African American Muslim minister, public speaker, and human rights activist. To his admirers, he was a courageous advocate for the rights of African American. His detractors accused him of preaching racism, black supremacy, antisemitism, and violence. Malcom has been described as one of the greatest and most influential African Americans in history, Learn More about Malcom.

 

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Comment by Universal Divine Being AUSET on February 9, 2012 at 5:17pm

We fear the truth this can only be changed by YOU!

, From: "Iegood@aol.com" <Iegood@aol.com>

Hotep,

 

When the white people of the world speak of their civilization they will invariably say it was rooted in Rome or Greece even though they may have lived in caves and hovels.

 

 

These choices provides them with their cultural foundations and reasons for their very existence.

 

You do not hear them saying:  "How can you  claim Rome or Greece as your ancestral beginnings  when your family lived in the North?"

 

They all claim Rome and Greece because of these nations rich cultures (some of it stolen from Africa)

 

African people have been psyched out by whites to never claim Egypt as the "fountain of their culture"! The whites have taken many illegal actions to geographically remove Egypt from the African Continent,  They know that the original Egyptians were Black Africans but they have been so successful in their mind control and conditioning that many of our own people are "parroting" such nonsense as the original inhabitants of Egypt were aliens, in other words anything by Black Africans.

 

Each African history month they  have us watching a small time period of African history. The slave era!  Whites don't focus upon the Dark Ages or the Barbarians for their annual history, but we are presented with  entire menus of African people struggling to over come injustices and the cranial enslavement by the white race.

 

 This month is no different a more programs produced and funded by mostly white money  was specifically created to reinforce our peoples' minds to accept their version of African history and white power.

 

Africans need to claim Egypt as their seat of their culture -  as a commons place for the root of our ancestral civilization.  No more - No less!  Until we see ourselves as positive, independent, productive, and germinating from an important seed of civilization and technology such as Egypt, we will remain a time warp of failure controlled by the white race.

 

One of the DVD's you won't see on TV is entitled: Hidden Colors the story of our people  It can be purchased at Amazon or Azizzi's an African owned Book Store on line  or in person at Matteson's Lincoln Mall

 

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Comment by Universal Divine Being AUSET on February 9, 2012 at 4:19pm

WHAT WILL WE TELL OUR CHILDREN ABOUT THE DIVINE HER/HISTORY, AND ALSO OUR PROFANE HER/HISTORY, OUR DIVINE HER/HIS/OUR STORY BEFORE KEMET/EGYPT, OUR DIVINE STORY BURIED DEED, DEE, DEEP INTO OUR PSYCHE DNA SOUL MIND?

TO EXCLUDE OUR PEOPLE ORIGINAL DIVINE HER/HISTORY/OUR STORY, IN ALL WE DO, WE ARE MISSING A VITAL AND ESSENTIAL PART OF THE PIECE OF THE BLACK AFRIKAN PUZZLE.

LET ME REMIND US ALL THAT EVERY BLACK AFRIKAN CELEBRATIONS WE HAVE ON THE PLANTATION, THE EVIL OPPRESSORS SEES US AS ANIMAL WITH VOICES, SUB HUMANS...AND THE LIKES OF, ALWAYS HAVING A SHUCKIN AND JIVING GOOD TIME ON THE PLANTATION, WHEN IN THESE DISPENSATION OF KNOWING TIMES, WE BLACK AFRIKAN PEOPLE SHOULD HAVE LEFT THE EVIL PLANTATION LONG AGO AND BACK IN BELOVED AFRIKA IN CONTROL OF BELOVED AFRIKA ABSENT OF ANYTHING EUROPEAN/AMERICANIZED.

WHEN WILL OUR PEOPLE HAVE THE DESIRE AND WILL TO ONCE AGAIN BE IN OUR ORIGINAL DIVINE PROMISE LAND, WHERE WE ALL CAN HONEYMOON TOGETHER?

SOME PROPHECIES ARE EASY TO PREDICT BECAUSE JUST KNOWING THE QUALITY OF PEOPLE MIND THOUGHTS, WHICH IS REVEALED IN THEIR CONDUCT, BEHAVIOR AND ACTIONS, IT IS EASY TO PREDICT ESPECIALLY OUR PEOPLE WHAT WILL HAPPEN NEXT, AND THE REST OF THE YEAR (2012), AND THEREAFTER, OUR PEOPLE WILL DO THE SAME OLD THING OVER AND OVER AGAIN EXCEPT COMING TOGETHER COLLECTIVELY AND GETTING BACK OUR BELOVED CONTINENT AFRIKA BACK.

DAD: DIVINE AFRIKAN DAY. THAT DIVINE DAY WHEN WE ARE BACK IN OUR ORIGINAL DIVINE RIGHT MIND-SET, THAT DIVINE MIND-SET THAT LEADS AND GUIDES US ALL TO DO THE DIVINE RIGHT EVERYTHING AND SAY THE DIVINE RIGHT WORDS.

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Beloved One:

I was watching and listening to an audio back in 1986, Honorable John Henri Clark speaking about Honorable Marcus Garvey…and then some.

A sister stood up in the audience.

Sister: Honorable Clark, where can we find the Marcus Garvey Spirit…and in Who today? Is there such a person today with the Marcus Garvey Spirit, she asked?

Honorable Clarke: Marcus Garvey is a conversation. In actuality I do not see Garvey Spirit in any place, in Afrika, in the Caribbean or America . I do not see any other salvation. Either it is going to be a Garveyitte, Pan Afrikan Nationalist solution or we are going to prepare to go out of business as a people. We are to be Free or subservient people, because white people have no plans for us but for us to be subservient.
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Honorable Clarke: In all the arguments about Black woman and Black man, the main point that is forgotten is, the white man have no intention to making any of you permanently comfortable within his structure as anything but subservient, any one of you. If there is going to be any peace on earth, you like it or not, you better make peace with each other.

Comment by Universal Divine Being AUSET on February 9, 2012 at 4:04pm

What about all those in this below link from A—Z, the majority of our people have no memory/remembrance of . Ho come those in the below link aren’t recognized as part of our Her/His Story?

http://www.africanlegends.info/

Dohemian Female Army (1841)

Dohomey was a wealthy West African empire. The elements of Dohomey's success were its trade and its powerful army, whose soldiers were considered invincible.

The fierce and mighty Behanzin Bowelle was the king of this great empire. His army contained 25,000 warriors, 5,000 of which were women. These women were thoroughly trained and kept trim by a system of gymnastics developed by the Dohomians themselves. Recruited from among the healthiest and strongest virgins in Dohomey, these females were sworn to chastity.

The king sometimes picked his wives from among them or gave them to his bravest warriors. The training of these women was very rigorous. One of their drills was charging three times barefoot into a construction of thorns, nude to their waist.

The Amazon army corps, made up of female warriors, is said to have been established by King Agadja (1708-1740). His father, King Houégbadja, had already created a detachment of "elephant huntresses" who were also bodyguards. But Agadja made them into real warriors.

E. Chaudoin in "Three months in captivity in Dahomey" describes them as follows in 1891:
Former amazons - Click to enlarge "There they are, 4,000 warriors, the 4,000 virgins of Dahomey, the monarch's bodyguard, motionless in their war garments, with gun and knife in hand, ready to leap forward at the master's signal.

Old or young, ugly or beautiful, they are wonderful to look at. They are as well built as the male warriors and their attitude is just as disciplined and correct, lined up as though against a rope".

According to A. Djivo, in "Guézo, the renovation of Dahomey", some of the women enrolled voluntarily whilst others who had difficult marriages and whose husbands had complained to the king were enrolled forcibly. Military service disciplined them and the strength of character they had shown in marriage could be expressed through military action.

They protected the king on the battlefield and took an active part in the fighting, giving up their life if necessary. Guézo said to them: "When you go to war and if you are taken prisoner you will be sacrificed and your bodies will become food for vultures and hyenas".

They, could neither marry nor have children as long as they were in the army. They were trained for war and, in principle, were dedicated to it for life.

"We are men not women. Those coming back from war without having conquered must die. If we beat a retreat our life is at the king's mercy. Whatever town is to be attacked we must overcome it or we bury ourselves in its ruins. Guézo is the king of kings. As long as he lives we have nothing to fear".

"Guézo has given birth to us again. We are his wives, his daughters, his soldiers. War is our pastime, it clothes and feeds us".

In 1894, at the beginning of the war between the troops of General Dodds and the kingdom of Abomey, the army contained about 4,000 amazons divided into three brigades."They are armed with double-bladed knives and Winchester rifles. These amazons perform wonders of bravery; they come to within 50 feet of our positions to be killed..."(Captain Jouvelet, 1894).

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Comment by Universal Divine Being AUSET on February 9, 2012 at 3:53pm

Dr. Ben.
How come the majority of our people during this black her/history do not deal with what our people lives was like before Kemet/Egypt, that Divine life in our people Divine beginning. Many of us loves to start out with the first day of our people enslavement and do not address our people Divine beginning which reveals how mentally enslaved we still are.

Comment by Universal Divine Being AUSET on February 9, 2012 at 3:49pm

Why most black Afrikans are fearful of uplifting and mentioning true real and raw Black Afrikans both genders when it comes to celebrating our ancestors.

http://www.africanlegends.info/

Comment by WACP202 Communicators/Logistics on February 9, 2012 at 11:25am

HOW MUCH BLACK HER/HISTORY IS TOO MUCH, TOO BLACK OR TOO STRONG?
THIS YEAR WE HAVE AN EXTRA DAY THEY SAY BUT WE SAY
"BLACK HER/HISTORY IS 24/7/365

Comment by JO TONGO on February 9, 2012 at 11:00am

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Greetings Shay, it is so very awesome to see this demonstration of video reflections side by side in the new Multi- Media format. You have put thought and creativity into this presentation and it is truly appreciated here at WACPtv Video Vault Archive. Keep up the good works.

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