Libya : The United States of Africa with Libya's Khadafy as president


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Sep 4, 2003

The Black slave after receiving this indoctrination shall carry on and will become self re-fueling and self generating for hundreds of years, maybe thousands. Don't forget you must pitch the old Black male vs. the young Black male, and the young Black male against the old Black male. You must use the dark skin slaves vs. the light skin slaves and the light skin slaves vs. the dark skin slaves. You must use the female vs. the male, and the male vs. the female. You must also have your white servants and overseers distrust all Blacks, but it is necessary that your slaves trust and depend on us. They must love, respect and trust only us.

- Willie Lynch

"It can give new hope and a sense of direction to the thousands behind prison walls and, in time, practically empty the prisons of those convicted for crimes for which the whites go free... Just to know that their parents are in, and actively a part of a great movement will give a new sense of worth and dignity. For the children of janitors, trash haulers, maids and parents in similar occupations will regard them with pride and in a new light. We are great if we are an active part of a great movement ."

- Dr Chancellor Williams


going above and beyond
Feb 9, 2001
Brother say all that to say what in reference to the topic of this thread?

How do we teach Black people about the ways and means of the Willie Lynch system and replace it with Dr. William's motivational sentiments? What is it that could give [us] new hope and a sense of direction?

Peace :spinstar:


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Aug 24, 2002
The Diaspora
The US of Africa revisited: Khadafy's Role

In an interesting side note to this discussion, Libya's Khadafy has recently been accused of financing West African wars. Here is a link to an article on this subject:

This further details the need for Africa to only turn to Diasporic Africans (blacks) for help in improving its political, military, economic, and social structures.


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Sep 4, 2003
NNQueen, I hope this reply to your question posted quite some time ago finds you in the very best of health and spirits.

I'm hardly able to find the time to sit down to pause for thought and a few fresh intakes of air these days so please excuse my lack of a prompt reply; it was not for a lack of interest in your question but rather, as I said, a lack of time at home on my computer; neither did I come across it on my last visit, apologies.

So to answer your question, I posted the aforementioned quote by Lynch in order to both illustrate and represent the current psychological condition and drift of Africans worldwide in general and also to accentuate the fact that this is due to a deliberate proactive stratagem on the part of Europeans, the most recent of those groups of peoples looking to subjugate Africa and the African in respect of their own selfish gain.

I quoted the good Dr. Chancellor James Williams from his cornerstone book, The Destruction Of The Black Civilization in order to pick up on and underline some points scattered within my previously posted comments on a plan for a revival of sustained and widespread African prosperity.

Perhaps I should have posted the following comment from the same book that better says in a few sentences what I spent several pages trying to say.

I'm not completely sure whether Dr. Williams meant what he said quite in the context that I use his words now but I'd like to think the option for mass education via television by black owned and financed networks in order to change, develop and protect black thinking and behaviour as it relates to acheiving unity and gaining back our place at the table [without charity from people who in turn use it to bolster and therefore popularize their racist presuppositions and all out lies] crossed his mind.

All eyes are on the U.S and so it makes prudent sense that African-Americans or rather, Africans in the U.S would be the most likely to influence and effect some long term changes into perpetuity.

I know in this quote, Dr. Williams speak in a continental context but of course, we can also extend this fundamental precondition for survial to the African worldwide with his reference to 'the various language groups' representing both the continent and the diaspora and 'the nation', the African people in their totality.

A crucial pre-condition: There must be developed a sense of national community among the various language groups that make up the country. This is so important that it cannot be left to wishful thinking or chance. It must be programmed in such a way that a sense of brother-sisterhood, which is the nation itself, will develop naturally.
Or as stated by myself previously, Africans would develop a taste for it.
Programming, in the case of the human mind is acheived via repetition and this, as pointed out by Dr. Williams must be achieved en masse.

I know no better way to continuously reach people than television.
I doubt anyone would argue that television does not influence people's thinking and therefore behaviour.


Oh by the way, let me also take this opportunity to say thank you to Destee for welcoming me back in another thread, although I do not know when I will next be able to post...till then, whenever that is, peace.

While residing within the square, to think outside the square is one thing but to physically reach the outside, it is fair to assume that one may have to journey the inside.


Nov 6, 2003

Ok, if there were any doubts in some peoples minds as to whether Libyan President, Col. Muammar Gaddafi was or was not an enemy of Black Africans, I hope this settles the matter. Whilst I believe that Africans should settle their own affairs and not involve outsiders in any way, shape, or form; I just can't believe what this S.O.B is allowing to pass through his mouth! He calls Mr. Laurent Gbagbo of Ivory Coast a "victim of 'adventure'" and insists that he (Gbagbo) "should be allowed to be allowed to get on with the job of resolving the crisis" that has gripped Ivory Coast for many years. this nut case serious?!! If you've been paying attention to the current conflict in Ivory Coast between Gbagbo's government troops and rebel forces you'll know that this is a typical African war, were countless atrocities are been perpetrated by both government and rebel forces on innocent civilians. Now guess who is a major backer of Mr. Gbagbo and provides him with funds for money and arms, so that Gbagbo can continue to kill his own people? guessed it, Mr. Gaddafi himself.

But the Ivory Coast comments aren’t what are pissing me off. It's what he says about the Sudan, which really makes my blood boil!!! He characterizes the atrocities--that is being currently carried out in Dafur by the Arab government, in northern Sudan on the Black Africans to the south--as a "tribal conflict". What is going on in the Sudan is genocide and slavery! How dare that b*stard degrade what is being perpetrated on Africans by Arabs--of which Gaddafi is one--as a "tribal" affair (with all the connotations that word conjures up in the minds of Westerners). However, he is right when he states that the "tribal conflict" has been going on for centuries, because the Arabs have been carrying out this kind of outrages for more than a millennia!

You know, I especially like it when he states that "A tribal conflict should not be taken to the UN Security Council," so that the millennia old hypocrisy and genocide which the Arabs have been playing on Africans will not be exposed. This guy is REALLY dangerous!!! As the article states, Gaddafi is currently trying to build an all African army called Censad (which will probably be made up of Blacks, but led by Arabs) so that he can "maintain peace on the continent." Yeah right...and rapper Ludacris is really the illegitimate son of Bill O'Reilly. Gaddafi chilling states that "If there is a tribal conflict Censad will resolve this problem." That to me is tantamount to his endorsing the extermination of Blacks on the African continent. Does anyone think that an Arab led organization will oppose an Arab country that is killing off Blacks on the African continent? Some how I just don't think so!!! Thanx.

P.S By the way both Ivory Coast and the Sudan are member countries of Censad. Oh, what a surprise!
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