"When we get into social amnesia - into forgetting our history - we also forget or misinterpret the history and motives of others as well as our motives. The way to learn of our own creation, how we came to be what we are, is getting to know ourselves. It is through getting to know the self intimately that we get to know the forces that shaped us as a self. Therefore knowing the self becomes a knowledge of the world. A deep study of Black History is the most profound way to learn about the psychology of Europeans and to understand the psychology that flows from their history. If we don’t know ourselves, not only are we a puzzle to ourselves; other people are also a puzzle to us as well. We assume the wrong identity and identify ourselves with our enemies. If we don’t know who we are then we are whomever somebody tells us we are." —The immortal OG Dr. Amos N. Wilson (The Falsification of Afrikan Consciousness," Afrikan World InfoSystems, New York (1993) p. 38)

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Thursday, October 11, 2007

Megan Williams Interview

Read the Megan Williams NOI interview wherein she provides her own description of the terrorist acts carried out against her. Her ordeal is cause for a common sense, practical, call of action for the black community to learn self defense, at a minimum. Europeans are alarmed by the large volume of people that rallied to the support of the JENA 6 in Louisiana. It's only a matter of time before their fears materialize into more serious acts of assault and mayhem against us.

Let’s organize gun rallies and hold gun ownership drives to force the issue of self-protection and self-defense.
Educate and enroll all your loved ones (including yourself) in a martial arts class to learn how to defend yourself with and (most importantly) without weapons. As historical victims of white hate tirades it behooves me that black education has never emphasized or placed any focus on self-defense. Self Defense should be a strict imperative and top priority of Black Education.

This is not extremism. Extremism is when you walk around defenseless and vulnerable to the senseless attacks of those who continually demonstrate their contempt for your being. The great Robert Williams was largely ostracized from the black community by and large and certainly amongst the black elite for promoting the ideology of black self-justice. However, when many of those same blacks became victims of the KKK’s attacks they knew that Robert Williams was the safest person to turn to for safe refuge. We should also be mindful that Robert Williams is largely responsible for stopping the KKK night raids, not the police or the justice system. Read his critical works.

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