New Afrikan Liberation Collective is a revolutionary political organization aimed at winning the consciousness of the people. Our objective is to agitate, educate and organize our people around the necessity to fight and overthrow the oppressive forces and establishment that continue to work against us and hold us down – the oppressive forces being white supremacy and the establishment being the power structure, based on the economic infrastructure, propped up and reinforced by the media and all the secondary educational-cultural institutions that aid and assist the amerikkkan empire.

‘The Republic of New Afrika’ graphic

We must snap out of this obedient cultural trance that our people have been under for hundreds of years, undo the brainwashing that keeps us mentally enslaved. This can only be achieved by gaining knowledge of self, reading and studying our history that they have worked so hard to hide from us. This allows us to grasp the severity of our oppression and the long lasting effects it has had on us spiritually, socially, not to mention the mental illnesses that stem from being a depressed colony of people.

We must first acknowledge and embrace the fact that we are not amerikkkans! Being born here DOES NOT make us amerikkkans. We have been stripped of our identity and nationality. That is why, as citizens of the Republic of New Afrika, we have disenfranchised ourselves from the amerikkkan empire, and we are fighting for independence to become a sovereign nation unto ourselves.

On behalf of the NALC, I am calling on our people from all across the kkkountry to rally at the Booker T. Washington Community Center in Terre Haute, Indiana, in August 2016 on a date to be determined. For the first time in decades, our people are becoming more socially active on a mass level. We see the younger generation taking to the streets in rebellions – NOT riots as white supremacy news would have you believe.

So it’s critical that we seize the moment, that we take this time to wake those that are still asleep, to raise awareness to not only the police brutalities but oppression on an educational, economic, political and social level. We need to shed light on the need to reform the kkkriminal justice system and how we are being treated in these slave kamps (prisons), as well as how important it is that we rebuild this prison movement and work in conjunction with the grassroots organizations on the street.

On behalf of the NALC, I am calling on our people from all across the kkkountry to rally at the Booker T. Washington Community Center in Terre Haute, Indiana, in August 2016 on a date to be determined.

Everyone is screaming, “Black lives matter,” but again we must ask the question: Do Black lives matter behind prison walls?

In building a revolutionary ideology, we learn that we cannot wage a war against the forces working against us and expose our political party without first militarizing our comrades and building a people’s army. We must have that vanguard element to protect the people by any means necessary.

A prime example is the five Black Lives Matter activists that were shot by white supremacists at a protest this past November. How could we allow this to happen? There is no training. They say we have the right to bear arms, correct? Then that’s EXACTLY what we’re going to do!

Everyone is screaming, “Black lives matter,” but again we must ask the question: Do Black lives matter behind prison walls?

They say we have the right to stand our ground, correct? Then that’s EXACTLY what we’re going to do! If all across the kkkountry our people become familiar with and know the law, and we train and arm ourselves to protect our community, I believe we can change the tone of these pigs who think they can kill us on the daily and get away with it.

We cannot be fighting for revolution without fighting the real enemy in amerikkka, which is capitalism. I broke all this down in a previous essay titled, “Now you see.” Capitalism is an economic system characterized by private or corporate ownership of capital goods and by prices, production and distribution of goods that are determined mainly in a free market.

Capitalism is the backbone that supports the amerikkkan empire. Corporate amerikkka is where the upper class thrives off of the lower working class people. Because we have always been a secondary subculture here, we remain in economic slavery.

This is why we are asking our people to “Buy Black,” to spend our money with Black owned businesses so that we can keep our dollars circulating within our own community. We must focus on this area so we can work on rebuilding Black Wall Street. We need our own corporations, our own hospitals and clinics, our own schools and libraries, and definitely more of our own news media.

No longer should we depend on our oppressors in our time of need. No longer should we continue to ask from the amerikkkan government what we can do for ourselves. We need to work on policing and governing ourselves.

Capitalism is the backbone that supports the amerikkkan empire. Corporate amerikkka is where the upper class thrives off of the lower working class people. Because we have always been a secondary subculture here, we remain in economic slavery.

There should be no need for our people to dial 911 and allow the enemy to come into our community because we see what happens all too often when they step in. People need to realize that the police departments and the kourt systems were not designed to help us or work in our favor.

People are acting like the police killing unarmed New Afrikans on a regular basis and not being charged – or being charged and then acquitted – is something new or that there is now an increase in these atrocities. Or it’s a shock that the mayor and chief of police would cover up a murder to protect one of its own. Now camera phones and social media are exposing them and putting a spotlight on them and our people are finally fighting back.

No longer should we depend on our oppressors in our time of need. No longer should we continue to ask from the amerikkkan government what we can do for ourselves. We need to work on policing and governing ourselves.

We are calling on our people to come together as a collective whole and help break the chains of our oppression. Co-founder and political strategist Comrade Shaka Shakur and myself continue to push NALC to its fullest potential behind these prison walls. We need the outside support of the movement and our communities to help this vision grow.

This is also our calling for fearless Brothers and Sisters who would like to join this organization in our fight for revolution and independence. If you are interested, please comment if you’re reading this on social media, or email us at Mixstindiana@gmail.com. Be sure to watch my Rally Call interview on 3rd Eye Live TV at Diamond Cut Ent/Youtube.com.

On behalf of the NALC, one love, one struggle,

Chairman Kwame Shakur

Send our brother some love and light: Michael Joyner, 149677, FCF, 4490 W. Reformatory Rd., Pendleton IN 46064.

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