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great job brother keep it up, your presentation renew my hope on black people world wide.
Blaknificent !!!! The famlee coming together & networking as it should be…….. B1st B-Only ✊✊✊
Everybody get your messenger communications platforms together ASAP. The Nation always had our backs for more than six decades Time to give back.
Shame on this demon he is from the pits of hell and doing the work of satan and taking yall to hell right with him.
God sees right through you.
You are promoting nothing but hate and division which is of the devil.
There is no black or white in Christ (Acts 17:26). People who see and dwell on skin color have a heart issue and are not children of the Lord God Almighty Jesus Christ.
Beautiful…Brother IG, YOU INSPIRE me to continue to REACH for my AFRIKAN GREATNESS! Peace Brother IG!
Striaght Black Pride!!
We need to stand up for the black women indeed.
Big props to all of you conscious folk in the diaspora that come to the continent spreading your particular brand of wisdom. Each one teach one, we can learn a lot from each other. This is very encouraging :] #RBG4Eva #umoja
IG another great presentation thank you FYI Thomas Mensha a Ghanaian helped invent Fiber Opitics/
Thomas O. Mensah is a Ghanaian-American chemical engineer and inventor. His works are in fields relating to the development of fiber optics and nanotechnology. He has 14 patents, 7 of which awarded within a period of six years, and was inducted into the US National Academy of Inventors in 2015. Wikipedia
Dr. Amos Wilson: Why We Do The Things We Do
(In 1998, Our Time Press ran a three-part series on Post-Traumatic Slavery Syndrome, taking the title from the lecture of Professor Joy Leary at St. Paul Community Baptist Church MAAFA lectures.
Part three of the series came from a lecture at Brooklyn’s Slave Theater in 1995 given by the late Dr. Amos N. Wilson, assistant professor of Psychology at the City University of New York.)
By Dr. Amos N. Wilson
Education for What Purpose
Many of us go to these schools to become “qualified” to work for whom? To work for them. Why do we assume that they’re going to have jobs for us? These people are having difficulty making jobs for themselves. The greatest challenge that the European economies are facing today is that they are not generating enough jobs for their own people.
And even though America is bragging about the millions of jobs it’s creating, those jobs are part-time jobs, low-wage jobs and jobs that have little or no future. So when people talk about creating jobs, you have to ask what kinds of jobs are being created. That’s why the system is not investing in black education. It no longer needs black people to maintain its employment structure.
You see it bringing in people from outside the nation to be employed. You see it even is hiring in other nations and other places. Already, it has reached the point where its need for black males is pretty much saturated, and it literally is warehousing us in jails and prisons, and provoking us to kill each other and to destroy each other out here in these streets.
We Create Jobs
And yet, we are still organizing the education of our children as though the white man has jobs waiting for them in multitudes. How different our education would be if we sent our children to school to create jobs for themselves. To create their own economic and political systems. To see themselves as the major sources of their employment. I heard something about some people … protesting for jobs and pushing these other people for jobs, and I asked the question. Do we know how many jobs we create for other people? We are a job-creating people. We don’t realize it because we don’t think in terms of nation. If we saw ourselves as a nation, we could see that we create jobs like any other nation.
How many jobs are created by black music? Look at the whole structure of the music industry. From promoters to the manufacturers of the records and the tapes, to the whole entertainment field, to the sellers of music in the stores, the Tower Records and the other great sellers of records and music and the advertising that uses our music, etc. How many thousands of jobs are we creating as a people? We’re creating them, but they have them. We sing the music, they sell it. We sing the music, they market it. We sing the music, they promote it.
We sing the music; they produce great conglomerates like Sony, CBS Music, creating all kinds of jobs. We create tremendous jobs for a lot of people. How many jobs do we create just buying from Koreans? Buying from other ethnic groups. How many people are we creating employment for in terms of our spending habits as a people and our consumption habits as a people? How many jobs are we creating going to jail? We’re creating all kinds of jobs and wealth, and we must come to understand this.
We are creating these jobs, and yet we are begging for jobs. This means that somewhere our consciousness has been impaired. We’re begging for what we are making already. And we cannot use our own creations as a source of our own wealth.
Wealth is in the Mind
The Creator could not have intended for us as African people to be a poor people if the Creator implanted in our soils all the wealth that was planted there. We talk about the minerals and the oil, and the gold and more that have been planted in African soils, so the Creator has blessed us from the very beginning with wealth and possibility. Therefore, for us to be going hungry over this wealth and to be starving in the midst of it, and to be perceived as a dependent, indebted people, while our wealth is being shipped out to other people, we’re actually selling a lot of it for pennies, nickels and dimes and less–means that there is something wrong with our consciousness. Because ultimately, we’ve said the wealth of a people is not in their land, it’s in the mind. The wealth of man is in his mind. In his consciousness. We look at the example of Japan. No mineral wealth to speak of whatsoever. Nothing at all. A nation that is totally dependent. Of course, we get things backward don’t we? We see ourselves as depending on Europeans when the reality is the other way around. They depend on us. We have to be backwards in order for this situation to be the way it is. Our reality has to be turned backwards and we have to live in an almost permanent state of deception in order to be used in the way we are used. The Japanese must depend on others for their vital resources, their oil, their timber. All of these things that they use to create their technology and so forth is taken from the soils of other people and then sold back to them.
And yet they are seen as rich and powerful, and the people’s whose wealth they take or buy are seen as poor and poverty-stricken.
Our Mentality Must be Impoverished
Ultimately, you cannot rob or take from a poor people. You cannot get wealth from a poverty-stricken people. So if you’re getting all your diamonds, gold, magnesium and all the rest from African people, then African people must be wealthy and rich. Therefore, if African people are poverty-stricken with this material wealth, then it must be because our consciousness as a people is impoverished and we are suffering an impoverishment of our mentality. If you have a good mind, you can con another joker out of his land. You can con him out of his diamonds and his gold, and this is what the other people have done. They have used their mind and their cleverness and taken from us what they did not have originally. Therefore, consciousness is not an abstract concept. It is not a theoretical concept; it is a concept that is directly related to the reality one lives in. It is directly related to the type of life that one will live. So I’m going to look at this for a minute. Particularly, the consciousness of Africans in America.
Dr. Wilson authored: The Developmental Psychology of the Black Child, Black-on-Black Violence: the Psychodynamics of Black Self-Annihilation in Service of White Domination, Awakening the Natural Genius of Black Children, Blueprint for Black Power and more. Following is text from Wilson’s lecture. The foregoing are excerpts from an historic lecture delivered by Dr. Amos N. Wilson at the Slave Theater in Brooklyn, NY. The lecture in its entirety appears in, “Afrikan-Centered Consciousness Versus The New World Order: Garveyism in the Age of Globalism.” For more information, call Afrikan World Infosystems 718 462-1830.)
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