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Why Gandhi was Wrong; Non-Violence Doesn't Work

...Non-violence is either redundant or dangerously misguided. When confronting an opponent, that opponent's goals are either violent or peaceful. If his goals are peaceful then non-violence is redundant. If his goals are violent, then non-violence achieves nothing. The political victories of non-violence have come mainly from a nation that wanted a peaceful outcome seeing violent suppression of protesters through violent law enforcement tactics. While this produced political victories, it also demonstrated the inherent pointless of it, as it only worked with a nation that was already prepared to reach a peaceful agreement... . - Daniel Greenfield 
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Real Love Counts The Most in The Long Term

By Sicebise Msengana

Love is friendship that has caught fire. It is quiet understanding, mutual confidence, sharing and forgiving. It is loyalty through good and bad times. It settles for less than perfection and makes allowances for human weaknesses.
Ann Landers

During my time in high school, I had a massive amount of love for a beautiful girl.  Sometimes I would lay awake at night and think  about my crush, I would close my eyes and see myself asking her out.

We would laugh at each other’s jokes and cuddle like puppies...until I opened my eyes. This fantasy could keep me busy for hours on end. The daydreaming continued until I summoned my courage to ask for her number. Which she gave me. The first dates were great. It was the best period of my life...what a connection!

The Final Wake Up Call: Africans, you Are On Your Own Pt 1

By Sicebise Msengana

Let’s correct these racist assumptions made by white people, including Uncle Toms.  African(Blacks) people aren’t oppressed because they are ‘inferior’ or something.
They are oppressed because they have not yet decided to be free and extract themselves from the shackles, and a cruel, evil system ever imposed on a group of people for over 500

The African man is The Only Teacher of the African child

By Sicebise Msengana

African manhood: White men and other non-black men (e.g. Arabs, Indians, Chinese etc.), cannot truly empower the black woman and her offspring—in the ECONOMIC, POLITICAL, SOCIAL, AND PSYCHOLOGICAL survival.

It takes an African man to teach the black child about black consciousness and how to be a black man/woman in this society.

~The African Love Movement~

Revolutionary Babies: The Future

By Sicebise Msengana

 Every African child is born into a society where they still have that same fight. Because our grandparents and parents thought there was dignity in appealing to the compassion of racist/colonial terrorists who created racism/white supremacy for their own SURVIVAL.

What Anti-racist whites should do to help

By Sicebise Msengana

'White people, collectively, DO NOT CARE about the TRUTH of what is being said, written, or broadcast about black people as long as the FOCUS stays on “what is wrong with black people” and the PRESSURE keeps black people on the self-defeating treadmill of proving to (CONVINCING) whites that blacks are not inferior'.-TrojanPam

I think one of the BIGGEST problems with white ‘anti-racism’ activism is the fact that race for white people is not a struggle they have to endure on a day-to-day basis unlike Africans. So to them, the discussion of ‘RACE’, gets them on a defensive mode and most white people literally IMPLY to the VICTIMS of racism/white supremacy—‘You’re the ones keeping racism alive.’

African Manhood

By Sicebise Msengana

Everyone understands self-preservation and Group economics, except for African people. African people refuse to exercise collective economic, political, genetic and cultural action where we organise, arm( or fighting to destroy the enemy's military strength through military operations), finance a UNIFIED political agenda and establish revolutionary power.
When other ethnic groups such as Chinese,

Total Empowerment of the African People

By Sicebise Msengana

I’ve been following the developments in black America for some time. I can tell that our people in America are divided. The core tenets of white supremacy is dividing those who are conquered, in the hope of keeping the system alive. The gender wars between the black males and black females serve such a purpose.
 I was reading some comments on a so-called black feminist blog and I quote ‘I am so done with Black people-both males and females. Both of them are ardently anti Black woman and minds filled with internalized racism. I

Is Interracial Dating and Marriage the solution to the African woman's problems?

By Sicebise Msengana

I understand that most Diaspora Africans bask in the glory of being tricultural (Here I’m trying to find common ground with people who feel the need to  ‘honour’ their non-African ancestry) , after the rape of many Female slaves by white masters. And as a result, are ‘mixed.’ But as a 20-something full-bloodied African male, and a direct descendant of the Xhosa Kingdom, I have no empathy or pay homage to no foreign invader/ slavemaster ancestry—my ancestry doesn’t go beyond the shores of Africa. Instead,  I’m concerned with the pain and suffering of African people across the world.