The War Report
The Black Nationals
The Black Nationals
We the black people of America are a nation. We are a nation of brothers and sisters, bound by the blood of our ancestors. Our ancestors who were the sons and daughters of Africa, who built this country during Americas shameful holocaust. We the black people of America are those just a few generations removed from them and we are a nation within a nation.
The dictionary defines a nation as a large body of people, associated with a particular territory; a group or ethnic family in agreement for a unified political goal. Is that not what we are? Aren’t we a group, an ethnic family, do we not inhabit a particular territory? Do we not have a unified political goal.
The goal of equality and justice, the goal of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness? These goals should be top priority to all members of this nation. It should be the mission of every national to strive to achieve these goals by any means necessary.
What is a national? A national is defined as a citizen devoted to their own nation, its interests and who is entitled to its protection. We are black nationals, we are devoted to our nation within a nation and we owe our allegiance to that nation.
That territory our nation inhabits is often referred to as the ghetto. What is the definition of a ghetto? It is a section of a city inhabited predominantly by members of an ethnic minority, often as a result of social or economic restrictions, pressures, or hardships.
As a result of restrictions. We are not living in a slum because we want to, but by it’s own definition, we are living here because we are restricted from better living conditions and confined to this area.
What are the social and economic restrictions, pressures and hardships? (in Part 2)
The situations described in the making of a ghetto sounds like the makings of a plot. A plot is a secret plan or scheme to accomplish some hostile, unlawful or evil purpose. The evil purpose, I believe, is a systematic return to slavery for a certain population of our race. The plot and subsequent actions are, to me, a declaration of war. (in Part 2)
America has a long history of war. Starting with the revolutionary war against the evil British empire. A war that began here in this city, with a declaration of independence. America was also involved in a Civil war, a war that split the nation over among all things, slavery. But in the mind of a radical like myself, I also believe there was a second civil war.
The first shots fired when a couragous black woman decided not to give up her seat on a bus. On that day a line was drawn in the sand between us and our enemies. Who were our enemies, it all depends on how you define the word enemy. An enemy is one who feels hatred toward, intends injury to, or opposes the interest of another. Our interests were justice and equality. Our interests were life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, all the same freedoms afforded every American by law.
Our enemies, felt hatred toward, and intended injury to, those who sought those freedoms on the grounds of racial hatred. Our enemies were those that made the laws to hold us back, our enemies were those who ruled over us. Since we made no laws in those days, and since we did not rule ourselves, our enemies were those of the white race, that intended harm to our race.
So there it was, black against white, our black nation versus racism and white supremacy in the second civil war of the united states.
Our generals, in that war, were the civil rights leaders like Malcolm, Martin and Newton. Our soldiers, were the average men and women of the black nation, the sons and daughters of Africa. Our greatest ally, was unity, morality, and respect for all members of our black nation.
That war was unfortunately fought to a stalemate, neither side could claim total victory, but for some, the ground we captured, was enough to build on. The second phase of our emancipation was stalled and now, we the black nation, are in the midst of a cold war with our enemies.
A cold war is defined as an intense economic, political, military and ideological rivalry between nations, short of military conflict. They put away the guns, the dogs and the fire-hoses, but the economic, political and ideological rivalry remains active with our enemies and their genocidal plot against us.
Genocide is the deliberate and systematic extermination of a national, racial, political, or cultural group. We are all of those, and they intend to destroy us with the restrictions placed against us. But we can fight back.
Stay tuned for part 2