Yes, the European race has done and continue to do many atrocities against the Afrakan race. However, it is important that you realize that you are not a victim. We have the power of the Supreme Being always within, ready to free us. If we are not free, it is because we have not utilized this power.
In order to stop you from looking for the power within, our exploiters have tried to get us to focus on powers outside of us. Thus, we blame the European race for everything. The fact is that the European race has never had the power and definitely never the wisdom (don’t confuse wisdom with cunning) to overcome the Afrakan race.
The relationship between the European and Afrakan is actually more like the vulture (European) and the dying lions (Afrakan). Lion prides often fight one another when a pride wants to take over another’s territory. The wounded lions left for dead will be devoured by vultures. There will come a point where the wounded lions will forget that it was the war between the lions that caused his death. The constant peeking of the vulture as he eats him will become the focus of the lion’s pain. The feasting of the vulture on the lion could last for many hours, or even days. The lion will come to imagine that the vulture is the one responsible for killing him. It would become nearly impossible to convince the lion that he did it to himself by fighting with another lion pride instead of uniting with them.
Your condition is due to the fact that your people have not resolved to unite and defeat their exploiter. You are not a victim. The vulture wants you to think that you are a victim of the vulture. He needs the lions to fight each other to death because there is no other way that the vulture could feast on a lion. Stop believing the European liberals’ myth that you are a victim. The lion was not intended to be a vulture’s feast. You are the lion. You are Apedemak.
James Baldwin wrote in his “Letter from a Region in My Mind” (largely about his personal conversations with Elijah Muhammad):
“… the liberals’ attitudes have with their perceptions or their lives, or even their knowledge—revealed, in fact, that they could deal with the Negro as a symbol or a victim but had no sense of him as a man.”

By wmb3331

Isaiah Israel is a graduate of the University of Hawaii Pacific with a bachelors in Psychology and a deep love for history in which he believes that when you know the past you can understand the present and predict the future course of man and mankind and is the author of the best selling ebook The White Man's Burden Of Lies and Deceit.

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