The number one rule in American Democracy is  Majority rules. For most legislation to pass in the halls of American government 2/3 must vote and the most “Yay or Nay” pass or defeat proposed legislation. It’s not enough for Black people to just unify for the sake of race alone because what good is race unity if it is not organized from a seat of Power and Authority.

Black unity needs organization mobilized and centralized. Example, the Mormons unified than mobilized their unity than centralize it to Utah. Black people need to do the same here in America. Yes we have a Black President today, cities with Black Mayors and City councils but the White Majority in America controls Federal and State affairs. So it’s not enough in these times, nor was it in the past for us to integrate with the Majority group that controls American society.

The task of Black people truly unifying seems impossible because our population is divided spiritually and physically in America. What we lack that the White Majority group has is a “Manifest Destiny or “Creed,” binding our group to us, regardless of our various adopted ideologies and social factors. Not a manifest destiny or creed based on trampling the human rights of those not in our group but one of respect and mutual concern for all of humanity.

What we need foremost is land our group dominates seven to one over any other group in America. We do not have that nor has it been encouraged. Think if our group during the great migration had centralized our movement to say three or four particular States in the Union. Gained and held control of the governing of those States. Made them attractive and sustainable under the Constitution of the United States. More than likely in this present time we would not be divided having divisive debates among us about our group political and physical survival today and into the future.

As a matter of fact, America perhaps would not be on the course of destruction it seemingly rides. If it had or fulfilled its responsibility of a complete and protected freedom in this American Society for its Emancipated Slaves and “Us” the Descendants of X Slaves.

About Mr. Tony Muhammad

My published opinions, commentaries, and reports are inspired by my life experiences, human events, and historical research data. Now available on the World Wide Web which allows a living Black man today no excuses for remaining in a cognitive state of ignorance​ in America. Reader's may take me to be a racist and divider of common causes and problems all people share in the broader society rather my intentions are not to incite divisions that already exist in our society and political spectrum but to press on the conscience of my group members the role of unity in providing social balance in a competitive society and culture as found here in America. A Black man life in America is unique and distinctive from other races in the society. Honest race dialogue is neglected but needed between the Black and White races here in America to solve the root adversary between the races. I only expose Black thoughtful perspectives about historical and present day events in our society that exacerbate Americas race problems. I am a SPIRITUAL WATCHER, of humanity unequal social balances between the races. When the scale of the dissatisfied weight heavier than the scale of falsehood, which is implanted in the minds of the people they will eventually rise up in opposition against whom or whatever they perceive to be the oppressor. On the other hand, wick powers and people are prepared to crush organized marches and protests demonstrated by the awakening masses they deem revolting against the established world order. If only the masses would turn towards "righteousness" the ills of this world would disappear. Thereby, taking power from those who rule by mass deceit and trickery. Righteous conduct practiced by men and women sacrificing, personal desires to possess inordinate quantities of material things for the betterment of one’s brother and stranger, is the power that will revolve the miserable condition of man, women, and child on this planet. Most all religions of the world are corrupted by the power of false doctrine that sways their followers. A six lane crooked road has been built down the straight path of man which is righteousness. Humanity is intoxicated by all manners of misconduct and non-productive behavior. I write to usher in a righteous world without excess but balance. I do realize first darkness must be dispelled by righteous men and women working together to build and grow a righteous humanity that dispels darkness from the minds of the people / masses by active examples. Only time knows the circumstances that will usher in the light of truth into the minds of humanity. I write and wait for that glorious day.
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  1. allseeingeye7000 says:

    Polarization has historically been the foundation to our great African communities and civilizations. Integration was marketed to our people for the purpose of economic gains relative to Europeans. We continue to miss the mark because of our attempt to conserve that which is synonymous with our demise, integration. Until we understand that the Republic that we reside in cannot be what it is and a democracy at the same time, we will continue to dwell in this economic and cultural purgatory until we do away with our self imposed ignorance. Finance pushes agendas in this country, not unified voting blocks. Voting is a right without substance, but collaborative fiscal power, is implicit, for what is said is not equally as significant as what is done.

    • Mr. T says:

      True African communities (Tribes) were united as was European, Chinese, and others tribes and clans. The major difference is Africa as a continent Nationalization was usurped by European invaders system of slavery followed by Colonization.

      Hopefully one day (soon) the African Union AU will transform Africa under one United Nation, but this will not occur unless serious determination is exercised towards that achievement. Black Americans and most of its celebrated leaders have not grasp the full capacity of cultural group economics in a culturally mixed society such as America.

      Throughout the African Diaspora where you find Black people they remain disunited, yet integrated into whichever society one may choose. Most importantly disorganized culturally and socially unless by means of non-African cultures and their systems of society and government.

      Even though African countries are quasi-independent, meaning pay taxes or reparations to their former colonizers, they are now experiencing internal conflicts between religious factions that continue worship of religions given to them by Colonizers.

      I agree integration for Black Americans in part derailed Black unity and appears to be a complexed systematic trick by liberal white Americans. Reparations, compensation and the return of the X slaves back to Africa would have solved the 400 year old race problem here in America. We have tried integration into a dominate society that does not want to live next door to us in its urban and rural communities.

      At this point in the Black American experience we / individual must take bold steps to declare our God given right for independence and release the shackles of dependence on a society bent on using our human talents, skills, and intellect, but respect and treatment as equals has proven a non-desire by the majority of White Americans in the general society.

      What’s wrong with Black Americans that we have not as a group grasp the power of controlling our group social-economics and group political power that comes on the heels of group unity?

      I think most Black Americans do not grasp the concept of cultural unity couple with politics in American two-party system of government and its scope in a democratic society. With true unity comes loyalty to culture and community. That’s what missing between us and our group, loyalty.

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