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« on: October 12, 2003, 08:08:22 PM »

Edward Wilmot Blyden from 1832 to 1912
A black figure who gave inspiration as to finding back your true black selves.
Helping his people to reclaim their historical & cultural legacy.
With in effect, laying a foudation of respect and dignity.
Blyden wrote from age 18 but that ain't the big seen!
Being that it was the socalled end of slavery.
His realization:There isn't an eand to this travesty.
Black people were still going through difficulties.
Dedicating his life with unselfish devotion.
Givingg great combat to the propagandist notion.
His blood lines danced to the drums of the
BLack African's motion.
Therefore blyden saw the problems in its global dementions.
Then came the struggle for black liberation
Yeah! So to mention
The countless acts of discrimination.
Just as liberia took great interest when brought to his attention.
Becoming established from 1827.
Opening the water ways to the black man's heven.
That is: Ma Ma Africa
Black slave children being able to repartriate.
Doing away with the United States.
Yeah but that ain't it!
The European (devils) began to culminate...
They knew Liberia could've become powerful at an incredible rate.
So they gon try en compensate.
but that ain't straight!!!!!!>Sad
Why you tryna player hate?
Blyden fought back with racial Pan-Africanism
Burning down their late 19th Century "Social Darwinism"
Wuz up with that terminology?
It suggest black inferiority.
Justified by their socalled atrocities.
We have to unite as a heirarchy.
Nah more like "The Black Personality".
Blyden was an absolutely dedicated Pan-Africanist
Not merly a propergandist
but a cultural nationalist
He was self educated after being discriminated & degraded,
Which even made him more dedicated
Mastering spanish. french, German, hebrew, greek, and several African languages.
All without the help of Oxford or even Cambridge's.
Straight up he bin flipping his own pages.
Casting down the degrees of babylon colleges.
Yet such a great historical figure from an Island so tiny!
That right little ol' "Rock City" (US Virgin Islands St. Thomas)
He done it all tremendusly.
His acheivements was absolutely a necessity.
A mans legacy of total integrity.
Giving reign to black unity.
The battle for respect & equality.
blyden left us with the legacy of his creativity.
Leading the path way for others such as
The Honorable Marcus Mosiah Garvey.
So dont give up your African ancestry.  
Regain your individuality, and trample the American Identity.
The socalled land of opportunity
More like the the land of slavery & the unfree.
Repartriation is the purpose of this urgency.
So prepare your selves fully.
Cuz this war is being fought mentally, physically and spiritually.
"A people without a history, without a past, then your future will be weak".
So don't give up till your enemies defeat!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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