At least a month before the march, I was one of the first people to say, that the march was a ceremonial waste of time and a Farrakhan con game. I said it because I know Farrakhan, and I know other con games that he’s played.
I remember a few months ago, hundreds of people in RBG + ankhs, dashikis and fist hair picks, were banging, bashing, and blaming those who engage in indirect forms and reactive forms of retaliation to white supremacy. These forms such as marching, petitioning, voting for the lesser of two evils, was considered “weak” and “stupid” in the words of some users on Instagram and Twitter.
How is it, 20 years later, from the first march which we called an attornment (of which we have not received any reparations thus far), that we stand together, this time with White Arabs, Yellow Asians, Brown Eurasians, in the name of equality for “people of color”. How is it, that the march, which is just another work-out plan in the guise of black power, which was organized by the NOI, originally funded by white billionaire Haroldson Hunt, and the Black Lives Matter movement, funded by white politician George Soros, do we ask for justice for people other than us?
I ask again, not to be repetitively aggressive and in distaste for one man, but to critically think over the actions that have occurred on October 10th, 2015. In one video, the NOI leader hinted aggressively at the lives of those who will not grant his demands. However, as it was shown and seen, that the meet up was great, for networking and unification of all people, however was bombarded with prayers, speeches on white faux-deities such as Jesus and Allah, both who allowed the enslavement of Afrikans under Maafa and the Arab slave trade. Millions of dollars were spent on transportation, gifts (of which the rally did not have any change for $100 but gathered over 2 million dollars), foods by vendors, memorabilia and hotel rooms. However, those millions of dollars was sent right back to the NOI and the U.S. government, being that it was hosted right in the capital of the devil’s home. How can it be, that the white man is the devil, as Farrakhan has proudly stated in the past, be upgraded to “some good white people”?
Now those who ask “well what did you do?” – I ask you the same. What did you do? Other than stand and watch a man take millions of dollars that we do not have the luxury of giving back to the government. That although it was a not so beautiful sight to see black people together, as well as peckerwoods, Arabs and other descendants of Asians, come together as one, to listen to the new Al Sharpton of radical “civil rights”, it is nothing but a repeat of matches done in the past 50 years. What was said that day, that has not been said by John Henrik Clarke, Amos N. Wilson, Frances Cress Welsing and Claud Anderson? What was said that has not been said by misguided and misnamed Martin Luther King Jr and the infamous Dr. Umar Johnson? Many people were ready for an or else to be a threatening or else – but under what army were we ready to threaten the same people whom we aggressively beg/demand land to eat sugary whole wheat bread and pus filled whole milk. Knowing and seeing for the 100th time that our people can come together, which there was no question about, because we have marched with ML King, we have marched with Khalid Muhammad, we have marched with Farrakhan 20 years earlier, we have marched with BLM, we have marched with our peers and our enemies, what do YOU do now? I don’t what do WE do, because that should be clear. But what do YOU do now? What does “or else” mean to you? And how are YOU preparing for or else?
Scrolling down my social media, I see a new acceptance of Asians (Arabs, Europeans) and Spanish (white Spanish-speaking people) and we have forgotten the reason some of us was there to begin with. Over 64,000 black women missing since 2010, 1.5 million black men missing, and over 2,700 reported Black Men, Women and Children killed by overseers/officers in the past three years. And yet, we stand by our brown, yellow and white brother, and hug the same people who are killing us.
The Sureno attempting to do an ethnic cleanse of Afrikans, the Arabs killing the Afrikans of North and Central Afrika, enslaving the children for the militia needs and raping the women for their sexual exploitation. The Yellow man, who has entered our neighborhoods and taken our businesses, yet mumbling racist terms under their breath as they do your hands and feet, serving you the same slave food you beg for, the so called chicken fried, a domesticated farm animal. Now I have rambled and written more than anybody would read, but I ask of you, what is next – as the Brown Berets disappeared when the Black Panther Party was no longer there to protect them, as Palestinians, who kill Afrikans on a daily basis, will no longer stand by you when they have no use if you, the people whom you marched with are not your people. And will never be your people. There is an attack on Afrikans and it is not just by the pale man. To go forth with such “unification of all colored people” is a disgrace to the Pan Afrikan colors of which we proudly rock, but know so little about.