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KHALIFAH END OF YEAR MESSAGE 2 ON LIB RADIO:
Technology Part of Great Opportunity for Black People
From the Nat Turner Library
DECEMBER 24, 2010
SOUTHAMPTON COUNTY, VA – Part Two of “The End of the Year Message” by Khalifah was delivered as one of the 50 statements, during a month long conferences by LIB Radio: A part of The Living in Black social network group that helped to change the way Africa America receives its most relevant, viable news and information.
Like Part Two, Khalifah’s message was focused on immediate things that Black people can do to avail themselves of the “great opportunities possible to be doing right now.” He said.
“Don’t be distracted by the noise of the enemy to our rise,” he continue, “THE ACTIVITY OF MEN AND WOMEN, BOTH BLACK AND WHITE, WHO HAVE TAKEN OWNERSHIP OF A FAILED EXPERIMENT IN SOCIALIZING PEOPLE:
“THE ONES WHO RECENTLY TOOK OWNERSHIP OF THE FAILED EXPERIMENT ARE DESPERATELY TRYING TO BEAT BACK THE JUDGEMENT OF TIME AND HISTORY.”
DR. IMARI I. OBADELE
MADE ‘THE EXPERIMENTAL’ CALL
Calling the American governmental systems a failed experiment “…never in the history of the world have a people tried to socialize humans based on the color or their skin. Or caused the death of an estimated 100 million captives – transporting the survivals 10,000 miles from home to bind them as chattel property.”
Speaking directly to Black people, Khalifah added: “first insure that you are not on the wrong side of history; then take advantage of great, prevailing opportunities while the “enemy” also try make sense of the times we live in.
“…their purpose is to try some how to prolong ‘the experiment’ in White Supremacy! Our purpose is not the same as theirs: “we want the experiment to fail: it has not worked!”
INTERNET BASED RADIO
DOING ESSENTIAL WORK
Singling out Internet Based Radio and other “near cutting edge technologies,” Khalifah praised Black Men like Keidi Awadu, Delani and Kwasi Akyeambong for making it possible to hear the messages of our “most important leaders; the grassroots leaders who carry the message of black ancestors who were Black nationalist Freedom Fighters,” for the most part.
Khalifah closed out his statement by offering contact information for those of a mind to be a part of the fulfillment in the year 2011 for the following: they are either ongoing projects ofr“seeds” that were planted during the year 2011.
a) Grow food on the acreage set aside for Black America to practice the 3rd Principle of Kwanzaa: UJIMA a) Support the Nat Turner Reference Library on the Land of his birth by patronizing the products from the evolving independent Black Institution (Nat Turner Trail Tours, Books about Nat Turner, Manufacture of custom made buttons, & etc.) c)
NAT TURNER CONVENTION 2011, August 21, 2011 when the first Nat Turner Convention will be convened to formally began a campaign for Black people to take total control over “correcting, preserving and propagating Black History.” 2011 is also the 180th year since the Revolt by Nat Turner & the BLA of 1831.
Part 3 of the “Year End Statements” will be delivered on December 25 at 3:00 – 3:30 PM. Call 434-379-2140. You may also go to www.natturnertrail.com