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  • View Poll Results: Have you considered rescinding/renouncing citizenship of a repressive criminal organization/gov't?

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      This is a powerful thread reading the cost vs benefits of rescinding citizenship. My partner recently moved from Canada here to Ghana and from the eyes of us continentals through, this was a brave/crazy move. But i feel its such a powerful statement when diasporans do such acts. And most continentals are likely to listen to you speak to horrid race based acts in such repressive as opposed to sounding hypocritical by speaking to the act and in our minds having the opportunity to go back to it whenever.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Mansa Kankan Musa View Post
      This is a powerful thread reading the cost vs benefits of rescinding citizenship. My partner recently moved from Canada here to Ghana and from the eyes of us continentals through, this was a brave/crazy move. But i feel its such a powerful statement when diasporans do such acts. And most continentals are likely to listen to you speak to horrid race based acts in such repressive as opposed to sounding hypocritical by speaking to the act and in our minds having the opportunity to go back to it whenever.
      This is the general sense I get from most folks here. Thanks for sharing.
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      Default Have you considered rescinding/renouncing (second class) citizenship of a repressive criminal organization?

      Most Afrikans have accepted their caste in America and remain happy to be house negroes. We refuse to take our responsibility as prisoners of war to escape. We willfully remain jacked into the matrix. While our bodies are used as fuel powering the empire that has so far been winning the global race war they started. We have been vanquished from ourselves and somehow refuse to entertain the possibility we are still slaves. The chains now on our minds are the (key)chains for our BMWs and our mortgaged $$$ cribs in their neighborhoods.

      It's time for those of us that are becoming conscious to put up or shut up. If we think we are at war we should act like it. If we have in reality become Stockholm traitors, shut up and go back to our drugs alcohol and white "friends", quit waisting the energy of our ancestors and admit we are race traitors and no longer have the willpower our desire to escape, evade, and sabotage as is our duty as prisoners of war.

      Warriors fight until they are dead. They like all of us want comfort but since they have given their lives to the people they do what they must do no matter what discomfort they may have to endure.

      Even though it has taken most of us hundreds of years through multiple generations to begin to wake up, and for some of us, decades of confusion and mentacide, once we get who we are, and what time it is, then we will begin to get clear on who we must be and what we must do.

      Paying USA taxes, working for their government, spending our money in their stores, paying their utility bills, car notes and mortgages, working for their corporations, giving our most precious resource to them to make theirs (the minds of our children by sending them to their brainwashing institutions called schools) and running around with their documents in our pockets claiming to be one of them, for the sake of convenience is going to do what for us in the long term?

      While we run around in dashikis using our African aliases on weekends while we eat massa's crow and do his bidding all week.

      Either you are a man/woman/warrior or you are a girl/boy/traitor/pow/slave. Men/ women do what they must do because it is what must be done. Children do whatever they think they can get away with to have the most pleasure.

      Grow up Afrikans. Become the warrior scholars your ancestors are counting on you to be.

      Do what you have to do once you get clear on what time it is. Escape, repatriate and fight to save others who want to be saved. Give your life force for your people and righteousness and justice. To hell with comfort and expediency.

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      Default Re: Have you considered rescinding/renouncing (second class) citizenship of a repressive criminal organization?

      @NKO, you said it all

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