- Nov 16, 2011
Apology accepted. I apologize too. I could not tell your age. I had been counseling a young man who advocated Pan-Africanism yet had no starting point. I exposed him to Chancellor William's plan, referred to him Dr. Amos Wilson's and showed him some of Carter G. Woodson's observations. Since then I had pushed him to another plan. My assertion to you was based on my experiences with him and I never meant to insult you. When you called me a fool, I thought you overreacted, especially as no one can judge their neighbors intelligence as their experiences always differ. Of course, you are a Wise Brother, so I'm grateful for your apology.I apologize to brother ABSiblings, but I merely stated the same thing and that I would give my life to save his wife and child even though I have never seen him , just based on the fact that he is a good Black African brother! Plain and simple, so I really do not see what the issue is!
Moving forward, I understand unity, I only meant how do you advise we employ it. I.e. do you expect it to just come naturally without inducement, do you expect it to come through Black Television programs, do you expect it to come through an internet site, do you expect it to come through the barrel of a gun, rallies, dances, songs, so on and so forth. There needs to be a plan in my view. I asked what was yours.