African-American or New Afrikan ( The Difference Between African American Democratic Movement & New Afrikan Independence Movement )

African-American or New Afrikan

In order to better understand the differences between the African-American democratic movement ,and the New Afrikan Independence Movement. We place them both in there historical context.

Briefly stated, The African-Amerikkkan democratic movement is the off spring of the Negro revolution. The civil rights movement for justice, equality, and first class citizenship through peaceful protest, marches, reform, integration, and the vote. This movement is lead by the traditional house Slaves (ministers, Rev. Sambo) Their goals and objectives today are the same as the day before. They support Capitalism, They support imperialism, They support the rights of white people to rule them. They look to the US constitution for instructions and a better way of life. This movement embraces the slave religion, slave food, slave names, and they hate The New Afrikan Liberation Revolution. They hate the red black and green, and live near their master. On the other hand we have the New Afrikan Independence Movement.

Stated briefly are the off spring of The Black Liberation Movement and the Black Power Movement. The Black Revolution which struggles for Land, self-determination, socialism and a Nation of our own. The Black Liberation Revolution can be traced back to the field slaves, Where the leadership came from among the field slaves. From those who gave clothes to the other slaves who needed them. From those who fed the hungry and housed the homeless. From those slaves who taught us to read and write despite the watchful eyes of the house slave and old master.

Our leadership came from those field slaves who escaped ,and came back again and again to free us. Our leadership came from those field slaves who fought the system of slavery and Jim crow , not to reform it ,but to destroy it. The Black Liberation Movement of yesterday is todays New Afrikan Independence Revolution. We follow in the foot steps of the conscious field slaves. Those who wanted freedom ,not integration. Wanted Land, wanted their very own cities, towns, Kingdoms,and Nations. Breifly stated…There is only one Nation for which we fight to free…The Provisional Government of the Republic of New Afrika. Therefore, Lets join forces brothers and sisters (New Afrikans) and fight for the liberation of the RNA.

Bro. Hamisha, Free The Land!!

Slave Breeding ( Virginia Sex Terrorism/ New Afrikan Nation ) RVA Slave Trail PT 2 – Haki Shakur ATC NAPLA NAIM MOI 12-14-52ADM SUSF


Haki Kweli Shakur ATC NAPLA NAIM MOI  – Black Bourgeois Pawns vs Gabriel Prosser & Ancestors Who Wanted a Nation



The New Afrikan Peoples Liberation Army ( BLA), PGRNA, NAIM, BPP, Belongs To The Youth Of Today – Bro Hamisha


The New Afrikan People Liberation Army (BLA), The Provisional Government of the Republic of New Afrika (RNA), NAIM ( New Afrikan Independence Movement) , The Black Panther Party ( with many of it’s current names), belongs too you ,the current generation, the youth of today. The generation (of the 50’s 60’s 70’s and up to this day is dying out. We made our contributions to you and future generations, as best as we could. Hundreds, even thousands of us, are dead, some have fallen by the way side, some driven insane and murdered in the penal colonies, some have just been released from the capitalist / imperialist kamps after receiving the much needed support from aware brothers and sisters and organizations. Many of us are too old and disease ridden. Never the less, we still continue to stand by you and with you (we got your back for ever more). Now we must pass the banner of Liberation to you the current generation. We will share our experiences , our mind powers ,our labor powers, our skills and talents, with you till the day we make the transition. Even then we will continue to guide you.

Fight hard and never give in. The generations to comes will need all of you.
Free The Land!! Peace comes after the WAR!! From Brother Hamisha

Haki Kweli Shakur ATC NAPLA MOI 12-14-52ADM



Maroons: Kuwasi Balagoon New Afrikan Prisoner of War Statement on Our Struggle

They said this while kidnapping African people in mass from another continent 3,000 miles away. Between 75,000,000 and 110,000,000 Africans were kidnapped, with less than 10,000,000 surviving the Middle Passage, to reach these shores. By the end of slavery there were only 4,000,000 of us. Having endured every conceivable atrocity, including the forced separation and sale of family members, rape, murder, the raping and selling of children who were themselves the offspring of rape. Olmsted reported, “In the states of Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee and Missouri as much attention was paid to the breeding and growth of negros, as to that of horses and mules.” J.E. Cairnes, the English economist, computed from reliable data that Virginia bred and exported no less than 100,000 slaves, which at $500 a piece (per head) yielded $50,000,000. George Washington sold a slave to the West Indies for a hogshead of “best rum” and molasses and sweetmeats, and said it was because “this fellow is both a rogue and a runaway.” Thomas Jefferson sold slaves on the open market. To refer to Washington, Jefferson and the rest of those hypocrites as “the father of our country” is outright provocation.

Suwanee New Afrikan Seminole Maroons Guerilla War vs U.S. For Autonomy 1818 – Haki Kweli Shakur


Slavery was defended thusly: it was said, except for slavery, “The poor would occupy the position of society that the slaves do as the poor in the North and in Europe do, for there must be a menial class in society and every civilized country on the globe, beside the confederate states, the poor are the inferiors and menials of the rich. Slavery was a greater blessing to the non-slave holding poor than to the owners of slaves because it gave the poor a start in society that would take them generations to work out, they should thank god for it and fight and die for it as they would their own liberty and dearest birthright of freedom.” This is the real justification for colonialism today. Chattel slavery was an institution built on racism, that built the U.S.A., which for all practical purposes meant that the owner of a slave had complete control over the slave and also that any white person could order about any Black person. The slave patrols and militias were the predecessors of the fugitive squad, red squad and joint Terrorist Task Forces of today. The economy not only of the agrarian autocracy but of the whole south, through marshals, militias, breeders, auctioneers, overseers, slave drivers and patrols looking for fugitives, was based on slavery and there was much slavery in the North also Maryland, Delaware, Washington, D.C., New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, etc. The Civil War that ended chattel slavery was carried out by the North not for that purpose, but to stop the separation of the U.S. and to ensure industrial domination over agriculture. “The Negro became in the first year contraband of war that is, property belonging to the enemy and valuable to the invader. And in addition to that, became as the South quickly saw, the key to the Southern resistance. Either these 4 million laborers remained quietly at work to raise food for the fighters, or the fighters starved. Simultaneously, when the dream of the North for manpower produced riots, the only additional troops that the North could depend on were 200,000 Negroes, for without them, as Lincoln said, the North could not have won the war.” (W.E.B. DuBois, Black Reconstruction.

Outlaw Maroon Bob Ferebee, Blue Ridge Maroons, Casual Killing Act Of VA 1669 – Haki Kweli Shakur


As the North began to secure victory over the rebellious states, the U.S. government with the Union Army and volunteer organizations established the Freedman’s Bureau, which in conjunction with the treasury and newly freed slaves, lands throughout the confederacy were confiscated, and put into the hands of New Afrikans who quickly proved they could support themselves even in the wake of war as well as assist many people who had no land or provisions. Schools and universities were established and many New Afrikans attempted to become citizens of the United States. On February 5, 1866, Senator Charles Sumner addressed the Senate, and among other things said, “Our Fathers futures and their sacred labor… and now the moment has come when the vows must be fulfilled to the letter. In securing the equal rights of the freedman and his participation in the government which he is taxed to support, we shall perform our early promise of the fathers, and at the same time the supplementary promises only recently made to freedmen as the condition of alliance and aid against the rebellion. A failure to perform these promises is political and moral bankruptcy.”The moment he spoke of has long passed, the promises have not been kept and the reason for this is inherent in the very nature of the U.S. empire. This was understood by 19 out of 20 Black leaders of a delegation that met with Gen. Sherman. When asked if they preferred to be part of the U.S. or live separately, 19 said, “live by ourselves.” In short order the U.S. government took back the bulk of the land confiscated from the Confederacy and handed it over to the New Afrikans who had been working on it. The Freedman’s Bureau was dissolved and President Grant urged removal of all political disabilities of former Confederates in December, 1871. A bill was passed in the House to serve that purpose and was tied by Sumner to a Civil Rights Bill in the Senate, when it finally passed Congress in 1872, however, the civil rights feather was omitted. Black federal troops were disbanded and removed from the South, at which point the militia searched Black dwellings for arms and took them away.

North Carolina Slave Conspiracies of 1802 (North Carolina Afrikans Wanted Nation Hood) – Haki Shakur



The U.S. government, now consolidated, went back to playing the same role in regards to New Afrikan people as before the war—that of users. Carl Schurz, who was an advisor to President Johnson, observed: “The emancipation of the slaves is submitted to only insofar as chattel slavery in the old form could not be kept up. But although the freedman is no longer considered property of the individual master, he is considered the slave of society, and all independent state legislation will share the tendency to make him such. The ordinances abolishing slavery passed by the conventions under pressure of circumstance will not be looked upon as barring the establishment of a new form of servitude.” New Afrikan people could see this and Henry Adams, testifying before the U.S. Senate Committee on Petitions on behalf of a petition by New Afrikans in Louisiana and Mississippi (2 of the highest states in concentrations of New Afrikans) in 1874 said, “Well, in that Petition, we appealed there if nothing could be done to stop the turmoil and strife, and give us our rights in the South, we appealed then at that time for a territory that could set a part for us to live in peace and quiet.” That’s not asking for very much; however, the U.S. government rejected that petition. As it does now. The 14th amendment reads, “All persons born and naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the state in which they reside. No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privilege or immunity of citizens of the United Sates nor shall any state deprive any person of life, liberty, or property without due process of law nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.” Certainly it can’t be argued that New Afrikan people have ever received equal protection under the law, and besides being another official pompous lie, the 14th amendment “wrongfully and illegally precluded New Afrikans from exercising their options fully. New Afrikans were forced to accept the label of U.S. citizenship and they had not been asked whether or not they wanted such citizenship or such a label.

New Afrikan Activity of Slave Resistance in Virginia Month of May 900 Armed Slaves – Haki Shakur



In 1856, 400,000 Afrikans had not been born in the U.S. These people could not be deemed to have been made citizens by an interpretation of the 14th amendment.” With a substantial portion of the New Afrikan people in the country legally unaffected by the 14th amendment and petitioners from 2 of the most populous states in regards to Black people noting that they were not receiving equal protection of the laws and asking for “territory set apart for us,” what could have possibly been the motives of the Government of the United States of America outside of deceit, war and colonization,Between 1868 and 1871 there were 371 cases of violence, including 35 murders of Blacks in Alabama. Six churches and many school houses were burned before the election of 1870. General Davis of the Freedman’s Bureau reported 260 attacks, whippings and murders of freedmen between January and November of 1868 in Georgia.

North Carolina Maroons Settlements , Black Self Government, Resistance – Haki Kweli Shakur


Kuwasi Balagoon New Afrikan Freedom Fighter, The Continuing Appeal of Anti-Imperialism , New Afrikan Anarchist


Great works measure up, inspire higher standards of intellectual and moral honesty, and, when appreciated for what they are, serve as a guide for those among us who intend a transformation of reality. “Settlers, the Mythology of the White Proletariat”, caused quite a stir in the anti-imperialist white left and among nationalists of the Third World nations within the confines of the U.S. empire as well as anarchists and Moslems of this hemisphere. In short, among all of us who are ready and willing to smash or dismantle the empire, for whatever reasons, and whatever reasoning. This is in spite of the fact that it is a Marxist work, because it isn’t out of the stale, sterile, static, mechanical mode of the vulgar sap-rap that has carried that label.

Its historical recounting of the sequence of horrors perpetrated against non-white people, from the beginning of Babylon to the recent past, has not been discounted publicly, to my knowledge, by anyone, including the cheap-shot artist who offered an underhanded review of it in the Fifth Estate called “The Continuing Appeal of Nationalism.” [Editor’s Note: This review was written by the late Freddy Perlman, and is also available as a pamphlet.] Mythology should serve as a reminder (to anyone who needs one), of the genocidal tendencies of the empire, the traitorous interplay between settler-capitalist, settler-nondescript, and colonial flunkies. The flaws and short-comings of the IWW, which marked the highest point of revolutionary conscientiousness among whites here, the fraud carried on by the Communist Party USA, and assorted other persistent offenders of common sense and common decency. To my amazement, a couple of white anti-imperialists I know had started the book without finishing, complaining that it was old hat, but I’ve heard nothing particularly new from them and I suggest that they take special note of detail, and I’ll remind them that this work is so accurate as to be able to serve as files on people who will say anything to support a position that doesn’t support real action.

Haki kweli Shakur ATC NAIM NAPLA MOI 12-13-52ADM Who Are New Afrikan Afrikan Political Prisoners?

Not being one to take figures verbatim without cross-checking, and believing that class struggle or war within the white oppressor nation would be a prerequisite for complete victory of the captive New Afrikan, Mexicano, Native and Puerto Rican nations, I decided to cross-check with the most authoritative work available to me and perhaps anyone, “The Rich and the Super Rich”, by Ferdinand Lundberg. This was necessary, I felt, in order to get a clear picture of the material conditions of white folks. This in order to investigate white Americans’ interest in revolution. Professor Lundberg used two graphs to illustrate his point: “Most Americans – citizens of the wealthiest, most powerful and most ideal-swathed country in the world – by a very wide margin own nothing more than their twin household goods, a few glittering gadgets such as automobiles and television sets (usually purchased on installment plans, many at second hand) and the clothes on their backs. A horde, if not a majority, of Americans live in shacks, cabins, hovels, shanties, hand-me-down Victorian eyesores, rickety tenements and flaky apartment buildings…”

The second and third tables help us to make things out a bit clearer; it shows that 25.8% of households had less than $1,000 to their collective names and the third showing us that 28% of all consumer units had a net under or less than $100. With 11% with a deficit and 5% holding at zero, a total of 16%. This goes on to show that 35% of all households had a net worth of less than $5,000. Is this affluence?

It certainly looks like a good case for classic class struggle, with the evidence that Lundberg gives us. Sakai warns us, however, “most typically, the revisionist lumps together the U.S. oppressor nation with the various Third World oppressed nations and national minorities as one society.”

In this light, the figures check out. New Afrikan income, which today averages 56% of white income and stood at about the same or less in 1953, makes up a disproportion of the deficit, zero, under-a-thousand and under-five-thousand dollar consumer units. Definitely more than 10% of them, which was our percentage of the population. If we could make a sensible judgment, we’d have to say that the combined captive nations: New Afrikan, Mexicano, Puerto Rican and Native, or about one sixth of the population as of 1981 all make up a disproportionate amount of the consumer units with deficits, and below $5,000. This forms a cushion for the white population.

Sakai points out that, “the medium Euro-American family income in 1981 was $23,517, and “that between 1960 and 1979 the percentage of settler families earning over $25,000 per year (in constant 1979 dollars) doubled, making up 40% of the settler population.” We may have had a general idea from neighborhood walks, but Sakai gives us an idea of the extent.

This extent, and the “conspicuous concentration of state services – parks, garbage collections, swimming pools, better schools, medical facilities and so on” and the fact that “to the settlers’ garrison goes the first pick of whatever is available – homes, jobs, schools, food, health care, governmental services and so on.” Not to mention racism within settlers, puts to rest an idea of a multi-racial class struggle that includes whites. “Nation is the dominant factor, modifying class relations.”

Lundberg who overlooked the national factor in the economic tables he based his argument on, notes that “in the rare cases where policy is uppermost in the mind of the electorate it is usually a destructive policy, as toward Negroes in the South and elsewhere. Policies promising to be injurious to minority groups such as Negroes, Catholics, foreigners, Jews, Mexicans, Chinese, intellectuals and in fact, all deviants from fixed philistinish norms, usually attract a larger-than-usual supporting vote,” or mandate if you will.

“Approximately 10% of the European-American population has been living in poverty by government statistics. This minority is not a cohesive, proletarian stratum, but a miscellaneous fringe of the unlucky and the outcast: older workers trapped by fading industries, retired poor, physically and emotionally disabled, and such families supported by single women.”

How many of this group of whites will side with the revolution, how many whites will come to view their interests with the long-term interest of those of us who prefer to live on a living planet, and how many will fail to equate their quality of life with 50,000,000,000 hamburgers is anyone’s guess.

However, it’s a small wonder why white anti-imperialists have been giving me blank stares whenever I’ve mentioned class struggle to them.

The left in this country is very small, by whatever way you might want to look at it. If you define left as those of us who stand for a decentralization of wealth and power – taking the question is completely out of the realm of bourgeois civil rights and rightfully includes the independence of captured nations, which is part and parcel of the decentralization of wealth and power – the left is microscopic.

We are left with ourselves. Left in homes that police drop bombs on from helicopters, and without any shared sense of outrage. We are left where murders by police and other racists are commonplace and for the most part celebrated. Left in the ghettos, barrios, and other reservations.

Let’s not forget that New Afrika has a class problem. That not only do police, but politicians, poverty hustlers and representatives from the established Black publishers and churches, move up in the world when they join the ranks of the oppressors. The oppressors never have a problem finding Black leaders to condemn their blatant disregard for life, like that which took place in Philly [when police bombed a home with eleven Black people, including four children]. We only have established leaders to draw us into the ranks of a Democratic Party without being able to introduce as much as one Black plank into a white platform. Leaders who beget other leaders like Mayor Goode [a Black mayor who was thought of as being a victory for Black people].

Where I differ with Sakai is the assertion that “building mass institutions and movements of a specific national character under the leadership of a communist party are absolute necessities for the oppressed.” What communist party is he talking about? I feel that we must build revolutionary institutions that buttress on survival through collectives, which in turn should form federations. Grassroots collective building can begin immediately.

In an epoch where New Afrikan nationalists and Marxists have voluntarily taken the defensive, without even a fraction of a blueprint of a party or consistent practices in the colony, it’s incredible that people outside the ranks and currents of those who believe in magic words aren’t encouraged to collectively take matters in their own hands, to build the collective institutions and superstructure of a superseding society. We must begin where we are, with each other and the time we don’t waste.

I think that the building of revolutionary collectives and forming of federations of collectives is the most practical and righteously rewarding process of preserving and enhancing life and developing the character of all nations. We can change ourselves and the world.

This review of J. Sakai’s Settlers, Mythology of the White Proletariat was published in the January/February 1995 issue of Prison News Service (#49). Kuwasi Balagoon was a New Afrikan anarchist member of the Black Liberation Army, captured by the State after the ill-fated 1981 Brink’s holdup carried out by the Revolutionary Armed Task Force. He died of AIDS while in prison.

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African Gods and Goddesses ( Deities ) Are The Original That Manifested Other’s To Copy Them

The Gods and Goddesses of Africa Most African cultures, if not all, believe in a Supreme Creator in one form or another. A God behind the Gods, a Supreme God who created everything. The Creator is thought to have once lived on Earth, but left it for His Kingdom in the Sky because of human infractions. Because he was no longer in direct contact with the people, Lesser Gods were created directly from His power to do certain jobs that were given to them. These Lesser Gods are the Gods of Earth, The Rains, Water, The Winds, Fire, etc. The Deities are capable of answering human prayers by use of their own power and can intercede on man’s behalf with the Creator Himself. Although The Supreme Creator is usually referred to by him etc. it is beyond sex, being both male and female. It has no form and is thought of in an abstract way. It is available to any human, regardless of their position. A breath of Its Divine Being is within all animate and inanimate things.
It is known as Mulungu (East Africa), Leza (Central Africa), Nyambe (West Tropics), Nyame (Ghana), the Molder, Giver of Breath and Souls, God of Destiny, One Who Exists of Himself, God of Pity and Comfort, the Inexplicable, Ancient of Days, the One Who Bends Even Kings, the One You Meet Everywhere, etc.

Among many tribes, the creation of the Earth took four days. The fifth day was reserved for worshipping the Orisha Nla (Chief of the Deities), who actually created the Earth with the instruction and aid of the Supreme Creator. The Orisha Nla was also given the task of creating bodies out of clay. When this was complete the Supreme Creator secretly placed the spark of life within the forms. These newly created humans were then placed on the Earth to li

Afrikan deities(Gods/Goddess) Are The origin of other races deities/prophets/ -Haki Kweli Shakur

The Gods and Goddesses
Other Names: “God in the sky”, God on Earth”, Creator God, River God.
Location: The Lugbara of Zaire and Uganda.
Description: He is pictured as tall and white with only half of his body visible.
Rules Over: Social order, law, death.

Location: The Turkana of Kenya.
Rules Over: Divination.

Other Names: Ale, Ane.
Location: The Ibo of Nigeria.
Description: Extremely popular Goddess and Earth Mother. She is a Creator Goddess and Queen of the Dead.
Rules Over: Community laws, morality, oaths, harvest.

Location: The Temne.
Description: River demon.
Rules Over: Wealth.

Other Names: Father God, “the strong lord.”
Location: Akamba of Kenya.
Rules Over: Mercy, help, surviving the impossible.

Other Names: Yaa, Aberewa, Efua, “Old Woman Earth.”
Location: The Ashanti of West Africa.
Description: Goddess of creation of humans and receiver of them at death.
Rules Over: Cultivation, harvest.

Location: West Africa.
Description: Fish God.

Location: South Central Africa among the Bushman.
Description: Creator God.
Rules Over: Sorcery and Shape-Shifting.

Other Names: Mulengi, Mwenco, Wamtatakuya Tumbuka.
Description: Creator God, Rain God. Is self-created and omniscient.
Rules Over: Rain, help, plant growth, food.

Other Names: Chineke.
Location: The Ibo of East Nigeria.
Description: “The first great cause”, “Creator”, Father of Ale, The Earth Goddess. Offerings and sacrifices were done for him in groves.
Rules Over: Help, goodness.

Location: Dahomey.
Description: Snake God. Rainbow Snake shown with tail in his mouth.
Rules Over: Wholeness, unity.

Other Names: Parsai, Emayian.
Location: Masai.
Description: Sky God. Grass is used in rituals for him.
Rules Over: Rain, vegetation, blessings.

Location: Dahomey.
Rules Over: Destiny.

Location: Guinea.
Rules Over: Protection, health, fertility.

Other Names: Gawa, Gawama.
Location: Among the Bushmen.
Description: Leads the spirits of the deceased.
Rules Over: Disruption, harassment, death.

Location: Dahomey.
Description: Moon God.

Location: The Fon of West Africa.
Rules Over: War, smiths.

Location: Gambia.
Description: Evil God. Meteors are his sign.
Rules Over: Power and death over enemies.

Location: The Hottentots.
Description: Sorcerer God.
Rules Over: Shape-shifting, magick.

Other Names: Hategekimana, Hashakimana, Habyarimana, Ndagijimana, Bigirimana, “Almighty God.”
Location: The Banyarwands.
Rules Over: Power, goodness, children, planning.

Other Names: Eka Obasi, Obasi Nsi, Ibibio, Ekoi.
Location: West Africa.
Description: Tortoise-shelled Goddess.
Rules Over: Fertility of the Earth.

Other Names: Jok Odudu, Alur.
Location: Uganda and Zaire.
Description: Black goats were to be sacrificed to him when rain was needed.
Rules Over: Rain.

Other Names: Shilluk, Supreme God.
Location: White Nile.
Description: Created all men on Earth.

Other Names: Nyami.
Location: The Volta areas.
Description: He brought souls to the Supreme God.

Other Names: Lissoddene, Kagingo, Ssewannaku, Lugaba, Ssebintu, Nnyiniggulu, Namuginga, Ssewaunaku, Gguluddene, Namugereka.
Location: The Ganda of East Africa.
Descriptiojn: Creator God.
Rules Over: Help, Judgment, aid when the odds are against you, control over spirits, divination, oracles.

Location: The Nuer of South Sudan.
Description: Great Spirit God.
Rules Over: Nature, help, compassion, judgement.

Location: Dahomey.
Description: Chameleon God/dess.
Rules Over: Protection, divination.

Mbaba Mwana Waresa
Location: The Zulu of Natal.
Description: Goddess of what she rules over.
Rules Over: Rainbows, rain, crops, cultivation, beer.

Location: Dahomey.
Description: Supreme Goddess, creator of all things. Mawu is worshipped by The Fon of Benin in West Africa as a Moon Goddess and creatrix of everything.

Location: Macouas of Zambesi, Banayis.
Description: Supreme God, creator of everything.
Rules Over: Agriculture, architecture, the harvest.

Location: Giryama of Kenya.
Description: Rain God.
Rules Over: Rain.

Other Names: The Rainbow Snake.
Location: Masai of Kenya.
Description: An Evil Storm God who was linked to the rainbow. Resided in the clouds and was a dreaded spirit.
Rules Over: Storms.

Location: Masai.
Description: Creator God.
Rules Over: Life and Death.

Description: Moon Goddess.

Location: Lele.
Description: Creator God.
Rules Over: Protection, justice, help, forests, fertility.

Location: Koko of Nigeria.
Description: God.
Rules Over: Restoring Life.

Other Names: Nyambe.
Location: The Barotse of Upper Zambesi.
Description: Gread God. Creator of everything.

Location: The Twi of West Africa.
Description: Great God who prepared the soul to be reborn on the physical plane and gave out its fate.
Rules Over: Fate.

Nyamia Ama
Location: Senegal.
Description: God of storms, rain and lightning. A sky god.
Rules Over: Storms, rain, lightning.

Location: The Bankongo of the Congo.
Description: Great Goddess who created everything. She played the role of Justice and rewarded and punished according to the deeds of man.
Rules Over: Justice.

Description: Santeria river goddess.

Location: Yoruba.
Description: Santeria Goddess of the rainbow.

Location: Yoruba.
Description: Primary Mother Goddess.

Other Names: Ogoun.
Location: The Nago and Yoruba of West Africa.
Description: God of iron and warfare.
Rules Over: Iron, warfare, removing difficulties, smoothing the path to a desired result, Justice, Smiths, Hunters, Barbers, Goldsmiths, Steel.

Other Names: Olofin-Orun, Olodumare.
Location: Yoruba.
Description: Sky God.
Rules Over: Truth, control of the Elements, Forsight, Victory when the odds are against you, Destiny.

Location: Agni.
Description: Son of the Earth.
Rules Over: Cultivation.

Location: The Serer of Gambia.
Description: Sky god, controlled the weather.
Rules Over: Rain, Thunder, Lightning.

Other Names: Ruhanga, Kazooba, Mukameiguru.
Location: Ankore of Uganda.
Description: Creator God, Sun God, Sky God.
Rules Over: Life, healing, death, sickness, judgement.

Location: Banyoro.
Description: Great God.
Rules Over: Fertility, abundance, children, animals, harvest, health, sickness, death, judgement, rebirth.

Location: Agni of Guinea.
Description: God who is strongest during the main phases of the Moon. Swift to punish wrongful deeds.
Rules Over: Medicine, justice, retribution.

Other Names: Schango.
Location: Yoruba of Nigeria.
Description: Carries a double-headed axe much like the nordic Thorr.
Rules Over: Thunder, Storm, War, Magick.

Location: Nupe of north Nigeria.
Description: Creator God.
Rules Over: Control of the Elements, Witchcraft, Communication with the Deceased.

Location: Mozambique.
Description: Sky God.
Rules Over: Sky, Thunder, Rain.

Other Names: Nkulnkulu.
Location: The Amazulu and Ndebele of Zimbabwe.
Description: Great God, Earth God.
Rules Over: Fertility, organization, order.

Location: The Hottentots.
Description: Sky God who speaks with a voice of thunder.
Rules Over: Rain, Storms, Thunder, Harvest, Rebirth.

Other Names: Khakaba, Isaywa.
Location: Abaluyia, Bantu.
Description: “The High One”. Sky God, Creator God.
Rules Over: Rain, storms, lightning, creation, prosperity, harvest, celestial phenomena.

Location: Luo of Kenya.
Description: Great God, Father God, Creator God.
Rules Over: Birth, Death, Nature, Judgement.

White Lady
Location: Tassali of the Sahara.
Description: Agricultural Goddess.
Rules Over: Agriculture, fertility.

Location: West Africa.
Description: He used a thunder axe.
Rules Over: Thunder, rain, fertility.

Location: Yoruba.
Description: River Goddess.
Rules Over: Women, children.

The Liberia Plantation, Manassas Virginia 1825 , 80-100 Enslaved Afrikans Worked This Land – Haki Kweli Shakur

In 1825 Harriett Bladen Mitchell Weir and her husband William James Weir built the house that would become known as Liberia. On the eve of the Civil War the plantation had grown into one of the largest and most successful in western Prince William County. With the labor of 90 slaves the plantation produced grains and vegetables and raised sheep, horses, cattle, and hogs.

In 1861 Liberia became the headquarters for Confederate General P. G. T. Beauregard, and it also played a role in wartime espionage. The house became the military headquarters of Union General Irvin McDowell in 1862. It was during this period that President Abraham Lincoln came to Liberia to confer with his general.









Manassas Virginia Liberia Plantation This emphasis on slave life is even reflected in discussions about such topics as the names of plantations. a new appreciation of the history of the African diaspora, plantations such as Liberia have begun to afford the accounts of slave life and culture a more central role that runs counter to the often romanticized depictions of plantation life. At the Liberia Plantation, for example, scholars and historians have engaged in an extended debate about whether the name is a reference to the nation of Liberia, where African Americans settled in 1820, , or a nod to the Libra sign of the zodiac. The plantation’s original owner, William James Weir, was a registered member of the American Colonization Society. The group thought slaves should be freed and sent to Liberia, which was largely founded by emancipated slaves. We suspect he named his house after his belief in this society , Little is known about the lives of slaves at Liberia Plantation. By 1860, Weir owned 90 -100 slaves on the nearly 2,000-acre plantation. The other theory is that the house was named after a zodiac sign, because Weir’s in-laws often nicknamed homes in that fashion. The plantation’s original owner, William James Weir, was a registered member of the American Colonization Society. The group thought slaves should be freed and sent to Liberia, which was largely founded by emancipated slaves.

Former Enslaved New Afrikan Samuel Naylor Owned and Purchased Acres of Land on the Liberia plantation for 500$

The name highlights Weir’s ambivalence about slavery—he supported general emancipation with resettlement of former slaves in Liberia, Africa.In 1860, eighty enslaved people lived at Liberia. Among them were Nellie Naylor and her seven children. Her husband Samuel had purchased his freedom and worked for the Weirs. Their son Cornelius “Neil” operated a gristmill nearby that Weir also owned

During the Civil War, William and Harriet Weir moved to Fluvanna County for safety. Twenty-two enslaved people accompanied them, including the Naylor’s daughter Sallie. Other slaves were sent farther South, some seized the opportunity for freedom behind Union lines, while some black workers—likely including Samuel, Nellie, and Neil Naylor—stayed on at Liberia and managed the property during the owners’ absence.In November 1865, after the Weirs returned, Samuel Naylor bought over fifty acres of land from them in exchange for $500 he managed to save. The Weirs gave Nellie another twelve acres in recognition of “the love and affection they have for their faithful servant.” The Naylor children eventually inherited the property, though most moved away. Sallie Naylor Randolph inherited the family house on Centreville Road and lived there in 1920.most intriguing is the name of the plantation. Liberia is, of course, a country in Africa. In the Antebellum period, many white opponents of slavery advocated colonizing freed slaves to Liberia.The Weirs, while they owned slaves, advocated this plan, too. They also demonstrated a lot of trust in their slaves: when they left in 1862, they put an elderly slave couple in charge, and one of their mills was run by a slave.

#SacredSpace The Life of a Slave on Historic Manassas Plantation Liberia

Living conditions varied from one plantation to another.  Slave Josiah Henson wrote of her experience: “Wooden floors were a luxury.  In a single room were huddled, like cattle, ten or a dozen persons, men, women and children.  We had neither bedsteads, nor furniture of any description.  Our beds were collections of straw and old rags, thrown down in the corners and bxoed in with boards; a single blanket the only covering.”

Imagine working from sun up to sun down six days a week,  Eighty to 90 slaves worked for the Weir family on Liberia Plantation in Manassas.  Both house and field slaves maintained the thriving farm during the mid-19th century.  House slaves, including cooks, laundresses and blacksmiths, typically received more comforts than field slaves who toiled on the plantation.

It was illegal for slaves to read and write.  Owners feared that literate slaves might read the Bible and “interpret the teachings of Jesus Christ as being in favour of equality.” This interpretation could lead to a slave uprising and the loss of cheap labor.  For this reason, southern slaves were also forbidden to attend church. If neighbors provided slaves with half a pound of ration each week, this became the precedent among neighborhood slave owners.  Few slaves were freed as a result of this unspoken rule, since one freed slave might lead to many freed slaves.

Israel’s Role In Africa Repression, Israel is a Settler State ( Colonialism )

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~ Israel armed Portugal against national liberation movements in Mozambique, Angola and Guinea-Bissau.36

~ Israel funded and trained the military repression of anti-colonial uprisings and/or dictatorship in the Ivory Coast, Central African Republic, Benin, Cameroon, Senegal, Togo, Uganda, Nigeria, and Somalia.37

~ In the neo-colonial civil wars, former colonial powers and current imperial powers fuel, arm, and even instigate these wars to divide and re-conquer Africa. Israel has armed many or all sides. A prime example is Israel’s arming of the three sides of Angola’s civil war at different times over four decades.38

~ During the brutal Mobutu regime in Zaire (now Democratic Republic of Congo), Israel sold Mobutu arms and trained paratroopers, the presidential security force and the military, thus building the power of this pro-Western dictator.39

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~ In Malawi, from the 1960s to 1980s, Israel provided training to tyrant Dr. Banda’s army of boys used for murdering political opponents, terrorizing workers by flogging, and torturing opposition.40

~ Starting in 1992, Israel sold arms and later provided training to Rwandan military and Hutu militia that in 1994 perpetrated genocide against the Tutsis. Israel continued to send millions of USD in arms even after the genocide was attracting international attention.41

~ Currently, Israel maintains strong ties with the Equatorial Guinean government ruled by President Obiang who seized power in 1979. Obiang is believed to have ordered the deaths of thousands of Guineans during his period in power, and to have headed one of the most tyrannical regimes on the continent.

Equatorial Guinea, with a population of 800,000 – and now flooded with petrol dollars – has purchased from Israeli companies tens of millions of dollars in naval and aircraft.42


~ Israel remained an ally of the white colonial apartheid state of Rhodesia until its defeat by the anti-colonial movement in 1979.

~ After UN-imposed sanctions against Rhodesia in 1967, and through the late 1970s, Israel continued to maintain trade with the apartheid regime and provide it with arms, including Uzis and helicopters, in addition to helping Rhodesia manufacture its own submachine gun models called “Ruzis.”
Israel helped Rhodesia fortify its borders by installing a land-mine belt that was 500 miles long

Israel: Settler Colonial Apartheid State (2:50) by Mumia Abu-Jamal


Meadow Farm Plantation ( Gabriel’s Rebellion ) Two Slaves Informed On Gabriel’s Rebellion , Mosby Sheppard Writes Letter to Governor James Monroe

Meadow Farm is a plantation associated with the slave insurrection planned for August 30, 1800 by an enslaved blacksmith named Gabriel. On that day, Tom and Pharaoh, two enslaved men on the Meadow Farm, entered the office of their master, Mosby Sheppard, and told him of Gabriel’s planned revolt. Gabriel believed he was ordained to lead his people out of bondage. His plan was to create a slave army to take Richmond, kill all whites, except the French, Quakers, and Methodists, and be crowned king of Virginia. Sheppard warned Governor James Monroe, who ordered guards around Richmond. Many of the blacks who knew of Gabriel’s plan and aided him were captured and executed less than two weeks later. Gabriel was captured in Norfolk and executed on October 7, 1800. Tom and Pharaoh were purchased by the state of Virginia and given their freedom.

After the failed plot, blacks, both free and enslaved, came under increased scrutiny and were subjected to even harsher laws designed to keep them under strict control. The brutal reaction to Gabriel’s revolt prompted northerners to sympathize with the plight of the enslaved, giving momentum to the Abolitionist

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Donated to Henrico County in 1975 by Elizabeth Adam Crump in memory of her husband, Meadow Farm had remained in the same family since 1713. Through the head right system, William Sheppard acquired the original tract, comprised of 400 acres. During the Civil War, Dr. John Sheppard lived at Meadow Farm with his wife, 10 children and 17 enslaved individuals, 13 of whom are identified in farm records.

Physical Description

Meadow Farm Museum is located on the grounds of General Sheppard Crump Memorial Park, a150-acre recreation area owned and operated by Henrico Recreation & Parks. The white frame farmhouse was constructed in sections. The Museum interprets the farm as of 1860; the interior furnishings reflect that period. The outbuildings include a barn, doctor’s office, and smokehouse, all of which date to the 1860’s.

Geographical and Contact Information

3400 Mountain Road
Richmond, Virginia
Phone: 804-501-5520
Fax: 804-501-5284



A Riot for Rights: Gabriel Prosser’s Slave Revolt

Kristina Delagarza
Hector Garcia Middle School
Junior Division
Individual Website

In August of 1800, Gabriel Prosser, an enslaved blacksmith from a Virginia tobacco plantation, organized a group of about 25 slaves to violently rise up against their masters–and then build an army. But, as was the case with so many slave rebellions, Prosser was betrayed and ultimately put to death for his actions. The rebellion failed, yet Prosser’s legacy lives on. Kristina Delagarza created a Texas History Day website that tells the harrowing story of Gabriel’s revolt and evaluates its place in U.S. history:

Portion of Mosby Sheppard’s Letter to Governor James Monroe About Gabriel’s Planned Rebellion

“ Gabriel’s strategy was well-organized. Scheduled for Saturday, August 30, 1800, the revolt would begin with Gabriel seeking revenge on Thomas Henry’s family by killing them. Next, Gabriel would meet the conspirators and head to Richmond for the massacre, making a point to spare groups who were friends of the cause such as African Americans, lower class whites, Quakers, and Methodists. Once in town, Gabriel planned to divide and conquer. One group would start a fire along the shore to create a diversion. Another group would overtake the treasury. The final group would capture the Richmond arsenal to collect more supplies. Once these tasks were completed, the insurgents would march around Richmond, forcing everyone either to agree to the slaves’ liberty or be jailed. Gabriel would carry a flag that read “Death or Liberty”, until the governor of Virginia agreed to their freedom.

The night the conspirators returned home due to the storm, a slave named Pharaoh feared being caught. He confided in another slave, Tom, who was not involved with Gabriel’s rebellion. Together, the two men divulged Gabriel’s plans to their master, Mosby Sheppard. Sheppard sent a letter to Governor Monroe informing the governor of Gabriel’s insurrection. When the governor received this letter, he ordered the militia to protect the capitol in Richmond.

When Gabriel discovered that the militia was pursuing him, he escaped toward Norfolk, Virginia. He claimed to be a freedman from Norfolk and was allowed on a schooner named “Mary.” A slave named Billy, who was also aboard the “Mary,” knew that there was a $300 reward for Gabriel’s capture. Hoping to buy his freedom, Billy told Sheriff John Moss about Gabriel’s whereabouts. However, since Billy was a slave, he was given less money than what was promised, so he did not have enough money to buy his liberty. On September 23, Gabriel was captured and sent to the Richmond penitentiary. In October, while on trial, Gabriel refused to testify. However, Gabriel was convicted due to what others said in their trials. He was hanged on October 10, 1800 with around twenty-six other insurrectionists.

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The L.A.P.D. Raid on The Black Panther Party

Lest We forget: The Los Angeles raid on the Black Panther Party, December 8, 1969…

In the early morning hours of December 8, 1969, three hundred officers of the newly created elite paramilitary tactical unit known as SWAT initiated a violent battle with a handful of Los Angeles-based members of the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense (BPP). Five hours and five thousand rounds of ammunition later, three SWAT team members and three Black Panthers lay wounded. During the battle, the Panthers withstood the police attacks, including a bomb dropped on the roof of the building. Frustrated, the police arrested Elmer Geronimo Pratt, the Panther’s Deputy Minister of Defense, on a fabricated robbery and murder charge that was later dismissed. In Chicago, they were able to shoot Hampton through a wall because they had a detailed map of the apartment provided by an FBI agent who had also made sure Hampton would be on the other side of that wall by drugging his food the night before.

Pratt, a decorated Vietnam vet, had used his military training to successfully fortify the building. The 11 Los Angeles Panthers inside the office kept up their resistance for five hours on that December night! On June 10, 1997, after 27 years in prison, many of them under severe hardship in solitary confinement, Elmer Geronimo Pratt’s conviction was overturned and he was released.



From a tactical standpoint, the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) considered the encounter a disaster. For the Panthers and the community that supported them, the shootout symbolized a victory. A key contributor to that victory was the nineteen-year-old rank-and-file member of the BPP Wayne Pharr. “Nine Lives of a Black Panther” tells Wayne’s riveting story of the Los Angeles branch of the BPP and gives a blow-by-blow account of how it prepared for and survived the massive military-style attack. Because of his dedication to the black liberation struggle, Wayne was hunted, beaten, and almost killed by the LAPD in four separate events.

The Los Angeles branch was the proving ground for some of the most prominent Panthers, including Bunchy Carter, Masai Hewitt and Geronimo “ji-Jaga” Pratt.

An account of the raid was published in the April, 2011 issue of the Los Angeles Times Magazine:

“It was early—way too early as far as he was concerned—on December 8, 1969, when Wayne Pharr was abruptly awakened in the gunroom of the Black Panthers’ Los Angeles headquarters at 41st and Central. The shotgun was still in his hand from when he had fallen asleep while cleaning it. He had spent most of the night exploring the sewers—mapping the nearby tunnels they would use as an escape route in case something went down.

“They’re out there,” fellow Panther Melvin “Cotton” Smith told him. “Get up.”

“Out where?” Pharr said in a daze. “It’s 5:30 in the f–king morning.” Smith was borderline frantic, too busy grabbing weapons and ammo to argue. Pharr was skeptical but snatched up his newly cleaned shotgun and headed toward the front door.

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Almost as soon as Pharr left the gunroom, the door of Panther headquarters flew open with no warning, and bodies clad in black began to stream into the building—automatic weapons readied. Only 19, Pharr was stunned, but he was young and quick, and before any shots were fired he dove into a sandbag bunker that flanked the door.

A split second later, Smith emerged with a Thompson submachine gun in hand—finger on the trigger. Bullets flew by the dozen, connecting with the chests of their targets—thud, thud, thud, thud. The force of the impact pinned the men in black in the doorway, creating a bottleneck—and giving Pharr time to recover.

Clad in military-style flak jackets, the men pushed forward into the teeth of Smith’s Thompson in their attempt to return fire. But this time Pharr was ready for them. Shotgun in hand, he opened up, blasting round after round from the side of the men, as Smith continued to hammer them from the front.

The intruders had no choice but to retreat, dragging their wounded with them across the street, out of the line of the Panthers’ fire. They would be back.

One of the biggest shootouts in American history had just begun, pitting the vanguard of domestic American radicalism against a newly constituted paramilitary police force: Special Weapons and Tactics, aka SWAT.

The year 1969 was a headline maker for the Southern California chapter of the Black Panthers, led by charismatic founder Bunchy Carter. The group emerged from the shadow of its more famous Oakland counterpart, into the forefront of the blackpower movement in Los Angeles—and arguably the nation. They organized community breakfast programs, trained locals in black history and self-defense and published the Black Panther Community News Service, which enjoyed a robust following.”

Source: Chicago Review Press and The Associated Press, LA Times Magazine

Omowale Malcolm X – The Zionist Logic (Neo Colonialism) September 17 1964

ZIONIST LOGIC By Malcolm X Shabazz (Edited and Reprinted From The Egyptian Gazette – Sept. 17, 1964)

The zionist armies that now occupy Palestine claim their ancient Jewish prophets predicted that in the “last days of this world” their own God would raise them up a “messiah” who would lead them to their promised land, and they would set up their own “divine” government in this newly-gained land, this “divine” government would enable them to “rule all other nations with a rod of iron”.

If the Israeli zionists believe their present occupation of Arab Palestine is the fulfillment of predictions made by their Jewish prophets, then they also religiously believe that Israel must fulfill its “divine” mission to rule all other nations with a rod of irons, which only means a different form of Iron-like rule, more firmly entrenched even, than that of the former European Colonial Powers.

These Israeli zionists religiously believe their Jewish god has chosen them to replace the outdated European colonialism with a new form of colonialism, so well disguised that it will enable them to deceive the African masses into submitting willingly to their “divine” authority and guidance, without the African masses being aware that they are still colonized.


The Israeli zionists are convinced they have successfully camouflaged their new kind of colonialism. Their colonialism appears to be more “benevolent”, more 11 philanthropic,” a system with which they rule simply by getting their potential victims to accept their friendly offers of economic “aid,” and other tempting gifts, that they dangle in front of the newly-independent African nations, whose economics are experiencing great difficulties.

During the 19th century when the masses here in Africa were largely illiterate it was easy for European imperialists to rule them with “force and fear” but in this present era of enlightenment the African masses are awakening, and it is impossible to hold them in check now with the antiquated methods of the 19th century.

The imperialists, therefore, have been compelled to devise new methods. Since they can no longer force or frighten the masses into submission, they must devise modern methods that will enable them to manoeuvre the African masses into willing submission.

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The modern 20th century weapon of neo-imperialism is Dollarism! The zionists have mastered the science of dollarism: the ability to come posing as a friend and benefactor, bearing gifts and all other forms of economic aid and offers of technical assistance. Thus, the power and influence of zionists Israel in many of the newly “Independent” African nations has fast-become even more unshakeable than that of the 10th century European colonialists… and this new kind of zionist colonialism differs only in form and method, but never in motive or objective.

At the close of the 19th century when European imperialists wisely foresaw that the awakening masses of Africa would not submit to their old method of ruling through force and fears these ever-scheming imperialists had to create a “new weapon,” and to find a “new base for that weapon.


The number one weapon of 20th century imperialism is zionist-Dollarism, and one of the main bases for this weapon is zionist Israel. The ever-scheming European imperialists wisely placed Israel where she could geographically divide the Arab world, infiltrate and sow the seed of disension among African leaders and also divide the Africans against the Asians.

Zionist Israel’s occupation of Arab Palestine has forced the Arab world to waste billions of precious dollars on armaments making it impossible for these newly independent Arab nations to concentrate on strengthening the economies of their countries and elevate the living standard of their people.

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And the continued low standard of living in the Arab world has been skillfully used by the zionist propagandists to make it appear to the Africans that the Arab leaders are not intellectually or technically qualified to lift the living standard of their people… thus, indirectly “enducing” Africans to turn away from the Arabs and towards the Israelis for teachers and technical assistance.

“They cripple the bird’s wing, and then condemn it for not flying as fast as they.”

The imperialists always make themselves look good, but it is only because they are competing against economic cripples newly independent countries whose economics are actually crippled by the zionist-capitalist conspiracy They can’t stand against fair competition, thus they dread Gamal Abdul Nasser’s call for African-Arab Unity under Socialism.


If the “religious” claim of the zionists is true that they were to be led to the promised land by their messiah, and Israel’s present occupation of Arab Palestine is the fulfillment of that prophesy: where is their messiah whom their prophets said would get the credit for leading them there? It was Ralph Bunche who “negotiated” the zionists into possession of Occupied Palestine! Is Ralph Bunche the messiah of zionism? If Ralph Bunche is not their messiah, and their messsiah has not yet come, then what are they doing in Palestine ahead of their messiah?

Did the Zionists have the legal or moral right to invade Arab Palestine, uproot its Arab citizens from their homes and seize all Arab property for themselves just based on the “religious” claim that their fore-fathers lived there thousands of years ago? Only a thousand years ago the Moors lived in Spain. Would this give the Moors of today the legal and moral right to invade the Iberian Peninsula, drive out its Spanish citizens, and then set up a new Moroccan nations… where Spain used to be. as the European zionists have done to our Arab brothers and sisters in Palestine?…

In short the zionist argument to justify Israel’s present occupation of Arab Palestine has no intelligent or legal basis in history … not even in their own religion. Where is their Messiah?

“zionism is an effectively organized world wide fascist system. Only through effective world wide organization will it be smashed. We have been separately fighting this beast. You get quality by critically organiz~ ing quantity, Thus the World-Wide African Anti-Zionist Front has already begun on a qualified footing, integrating our independent fighting forces into a unified command giving, us greater Strength ensuring devastating blows, making it easier to Smash zionism,”

Excerpt from Founding Conference of WWAAZF, June 1991


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