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      Default Re: How come Pan Africanism failed? You can't handle the truth.

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      "When I look back at the historical role and the historical manifestations on Pan-Afrikanism, I deal with the first organized society in the Nile Valley, when the people of the South and the North came together to form a country now known to the world as Egypt. The unification of the Upper and Lower Nile was an act of Pan-Afrikanism, putting a portion of Afrika together for the whole of Afrika to be together." [Mhenga John Henrik Clarke]
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      Default Re: How come Pan Africanism failed? You can't handle the truth.

      Quote Originally Posted by KingSango View Post
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      I didn't mean to come off intolerant in my last post on how come Pan Africanism has failed. But sometimes you have to shake things up to get people to listen to good advice. First I want to commend all Pan Africans for attempting to revive Africa's greatest by being inclusive of all its scattered parts. I don't want to alienate any of you who may be Christians, Muslims, Hebrews, etc. But I want you to understand that, although you might have a larger body, if you pander, to the differences in our people, however, you are too soft headed to succeed. Sango always travels in a straight line. All light travels straight, it isn't crooked. Sango gives you strategy back to the Ancient Order of Africa, while it may take longer, more sacrifice but it will be the perfect solution.


      We must build Nomes or Orisha towns. We must build these towns from the ground up. We must gather men with their wives and children, move to an open location, that we've previously selected, made sacrifice to Nana and began building. These towns must only have Orisha energy, no energy from other religions would be allowed. The towns each must have commodities that they specialize in. Some towns can grow cotton, others beans, others yams, others blacksmith towns, others warrior towns, etc. These towns will be put into trade with each other. Each town will have a council of elders, chief, various administration titles. Those who start these towns shall become the stakeholders, and we shall award hereditary titles, this way its a benefit for you to embark on this venture, as your family will be the first in power.


      We can start these Nomes with small groups then progress to build structures like water supply, irrigation, community greenhouses, schools and temples. We can use Oyotunji as an example. This strategy that I am using is similar to Terra Mystica, Go and Wei Chi, that is taking territory is how we will win this war of attrition. We must finalize this war and gain omniscience throughout the region. Study my strategy and let me know how I can make it fit your Pan African concepts. Ase.




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      Pan Afrikanism has not failed. Patience. Some successes and victory itself do not become visible until centuries have flowed into Milenium. Prepare ourselves to receive and live the outcome of our victory. We must believe it to receive it. We are living the victory of this war as our progeny. Abibifahodie!

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      Greetings,

      Make no mistake gentlemen, and ladies, if there are any ladies present, Sango travels always in a straight line. Sango doesn't tolerate nonsense when going after a desire result, especially pertaining to justice. African religions can't co-existence with Indo-European spiritual systems, Christianity, Islam and Judaism, without getting snuffed out. Which has by the way, been the result, African religions regulated to insignificance in the lives of the people. African religion is important to building African empires and maintaining undying faith and loyalty to that empire. Religion is not mere belief it is what glues the people to the King and the people to the Ancestors and the King's family. Christianity, Islam and Judaism are hypocritical monothesitic religions, meaning that the clergy of those religions, priests, bishops, cardinals, Imans, ministers, pastors, reverends, rabbis, etc, are most Freemasons. These dirty religious people are in secret worshiping polythestically, mainly our African Kemet religion, then attacking us publicly for such. Pan Africans, some who are traditionalist tolerate this nonsense in the ranks of Pan Africanism but Sango will not. Many pastors like T.B. Johnson regularly vilify African traditions from the podium in traditional lands without so much a word from anyone. Let's not forget the history of the Kongo, where King Alfonso I, became a Christian, who was so deeply involved in obedience to the King of Portugal and the Christian faith he couldn't defend his people from mistreatment and enslavement by the Portuguese. Instead it was Queen Njinga Mbande who stood up to fight the invaders for 30 years before being executed. Are we allowing only the women to defend us while the men duck and hide from the invading religions? Are we still behaving soft hearted and soft minded? This is curvature thinking, bending to allow tolerance of that which isn't unworkable, that which is not true in cosmic nature. The European concept of God isn't not the same as what Africa means by Neter Ru. I might suggest that one thinking so, needs to return to scholarship, particularly, reading the book, "Metu Neter, Vol. 1: The Great Oracle of Tehuti and the Egyptian System of Spiritual Cultivation" I have no time to go into extensively here for time sake. Stop saying Imhotep, Hotep, its nonsense, the greatest figure in all of African history is Tehuti known to the Yorubas as Orunmila, the Alaafin of the Cosmos, the spirit of Olodumare's wisdom. Pan Africans are too amalgamated, too focused upon waking up all the people, tolerating even unworkable solutions just to have unity. There's a quote that goes, "A small group of people can change the world, in fact, its the only thing that ever has". CLASS STRUGGLE IN AFRICA by Kwame Nkrumah, summarizes my points, that only the rural farm areas of African are loyal to the civilization. That is how Queen Quet has functioned by uniting the farmers and women in the rural area to form a network across borders and oceans.




      I have a blueprint, I have disseminated it worldwide to get the attention of that small rural group of traditionalists so that we can combine our small numbers to form an worldwide economic infrastructure. My plans is to build, "Nomes", Naga Omnisense, that is Orisha/Irunmole towns, towns where the Gods are worshiped and the royal family as the earthly extension of that cosmic rule. This is Ancient Egypt. Who will disagree with me? I don't write books. All that I do is hands on. I came here not to conform but for your support in this cosmic mission to restore the Kingdoms and Queendoms of Africa, i.e, Ancient Egypt, which you all declare to be Pan African. Who has a more defined way back to that Ancient Order than me? I have special gifts and abilities that is from my lineage, I am the grand Nephew of Dr. Booker T. Washington, who is hailed as the Builder of Civilization even by Europeans. I have Queen Quet behind me and the Gullah Nation. I have Oba Adefumi II and the Ogboni Council. I have groups of people in Nigeria, warlords, and many kings on my side. Who thinks himself better than Ejiogbe? You are wasting your time. Ejiogbe is the first, I have lived this experience in which I am guiding you towards. I came into being to return you to the source. To help you fix the kinks within Pan African thinking not to destroy any achievements you have begun but to enhance all of your visions. I have ancestral lineage in the Bantu tribe, I once lived in the Nile Valley in a previous life, I know who I am and what I am here to do. Do you have such certain exact knowledge of your destiny? I am Kayungirizi, which in Luganda means to disseminate information. I am called Kiganda in Uganda by Uganda people, I am called Kikongo in the Congo by Kikongo people. In Oyo I am called Kiande, which means chief, commander, one who sends another into the world. Do you know who you are by sacred divine cosmic energy?

      My goal here is to connect you with Queen Quet and invite you to a realizable solution to all Pan African visions. Queen Quet has meet with Farmers in Trinidad and Tabogo, Grenada was recently invited into the union, there is Haiti and Jamaica coming into the union. I am here to capture Ghana. I want to move Pan African out of scholarship into actual hands on. I am not looking to lead but boost up the Queen to extend the Queen Mother and women's network that would ignite an empire. Please help me spread the word. Love, Sango.

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      Last edited by KingSango; 02-07-2017 at 11:34 AM.

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      Because no one is Ejiogbe. We need to stop thinking Christianity, Islam and Judaism and study African tradition, especially Ifa. Ejiogbe is the messiah of Ifa, the crowned prince of wisdom. I have shown you how to dig yourselves out of the hole that you have allowed yourselves to sink into that hole. Pan Africans and Black Nationalists don't organize properly, this blueprint is perfect organization. It was generated based upon a thorough study of world economy, the blueprint allows for circulatory branches. That is when the land is divided into districts, divisions of towns, towns across the planetary map, they can be connected by a central organized system of economy. That means where towns rich in one commodity or multiple can trade with other towns and vice versa, thus forming a trade circle. In the end the system won't even need outside currency. Money will come into the trade bubble but it won't leave. This is because by making everything and performing every service the communities in the trade union never have to buy anything outside they don't want, mostly doesn't need, and thus save their money. The people get richer and richer and richer. Especially in communities with very rich natural resources and fertile land. I offer this system to you for free. Scrap Pan Africanism and Black Nationalism and just support your traditional government with this blueprint. Pan Africanism was missing a key unifying element but is also complicated by too many spiritually and mentally bond souls. Support traditional government and religion with this blueprint and the world is ours without a shot fired. Ase.

      We can win a race war and never have actually lost one except when we fight ourselves. One of the greatest war tactics used by Africans was the fake retreat, Mayweather uses it all the time, Muhammad Ali used to punch going backwards. You don't have to advance on an enemy to beat him. This is one of the greatest advantages of guerrilla warfare, where guerrillas when pursued melt into the environment, with enemy chasing them into a set up. Follow the blueprint and let your enemy come to you. Many will come humble because they would know you have won. Only the very stupid will think they can win against an organized group of powerful, rich and wise Black people on the richest land on Earth which is Mother Africa and the tropical Caribbean islands.

      What I am giving you is the way back to the Ancient African Order. Please be humble and accept it. None of you are better than Ejiogbe. None. I show all respect for their royal and political titles. I am the great nephew of Dr. Booker T. Washington, and I am completing his work that he started when he founded the Pan African Conference. My uncle was murdered before the conference begun in 1919 but he set it up. Also Dr. Ben was partially right, some of us did come to America as immigrants. My great great mother on my maternal side was a queen from the Eastern part of the Congo. I have blue and royal blood that's why I have Ejiogbe as my life Odu. You either accept it as a people or not. Too many Blackmales have overblown egos, too many are feminized, overly sensitive and insecure. Too many Blacks belong to cults and think you're special but you're in a cult. As an Ibeji, I was born with the gift of organization and Pan Africanism vitally needed to be organized into practical means. Too much book writing when the greatest of our scholars have already written all that we need to know. The great ones have passed on and the message was clear, build, build, build up the road. You will never get another opportunity like this one. The storm that produced me will never come again. There is a price for every blissful moment a storm must come. There will never be another me, another you, another Booker or Malcolm. All destiny assigned by Olodumare. Ase, ase, ase, ooo!

      Love, Baba Ejiogbe.
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    Abibitumi Kasa is a global website, app, forum and think tank created by and for Afrikan=Black people. Abibitumi Kasa is dedicated to the complete and total liberation of Kmt ‘Afrikan=Black people’ and modern Kmt ‘the land(s) of Afrikan=Black people’ throughout the Afrikan=Black world from under domination by Eurasians including, but not limited to: (white) Americans, Arabs, Israelis, British, French, Belgians, Afrikaaners/Dutch, Germans, Portuguese, Chinese, Koreans, Russians, Indo-Aryans, etc. Abibitumi Kasa also seeks Afrikan=Black liberation from the religions, philosophies, ideologies, languages, militaries, economic systems, worldviews, and other tools used opportunistically by Eurasians to implement domination of Afrikan=Black people with the assistance of anti-Afrikan/anti-Black collaborators who propagate these instruments of oppression, which were designed to serve and protect their Eurasian creators against the interests and survival of Afrikan=Black people. As such, Abibitumi Kasa seeks to reclaim and/or create systems and tools designed by Afrikan=Black people for the benefit of Afrikan=Black People in the interest of complete and total Afrikan=Black Liberation, Self-Preservation, Self-Determination and Survival in each and every area of human activity including, but not limited to, culture, economics, education, entertainment, health, labor, law, politics, psychology, religion, science/technology, sex, society, war, etc.
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