kemetkind said:I think we don't know who are enemy within is - who is allowing the enemy externally to have so great an impact on our progress. When we do know him - we aren't willing to exact justice for him. We're spending TOO much effort on analyzing the HISTORY of the problem, which we've done a good job of - but not enough on proposing and executing realistic solutions.
If you made the above points earlier, then I wouldnt have jumped on your reply. I agree only with the points you just made above. The reality of our enemies from within is painfull too. They are usually the tools used to assasinate leaders and to create destructive economic policies in African nations. Unfortunately, such people who tend to betray their own are usually in powerful positions within the black communities and include military leaders, political leaders and even economic gurus. How would you propose we solve this problem of betrayers?