Is there a calling in your chest that is thirstier than all of your indoctrination?
Do you understand that you can never be "Too Black" because you are an African and were never this "Black Brand" given to us to separate who we are from our source?
We are the subjects of the 500 years European "Black Experiment", in which we have made little contribution but been manipulated at every hurdle. For every innovation and attempt to exit the construct of their Matrix, they've underdeveloped us to keep us in the confines of their "Black Experiment".
Only by obeying the command of our spirits, which resonate the calling of our souls will we sustainably and intentionally remove ourselves from the Matrix they constructed to contain us. This said, it is time to be highly intentional about adopting and exercising ALL of our inalienable rights under the creator.
There are various interests covered in the Forde Report and for the purposes of British African Diaspora socio-economic progress we will be focussing on how African, African-Caribbean & Mixed African origin people were affected and marginalised.
We are capable of establishing the same community cohesion that all other communities have established. We merely need to break the programming of our indoctrination that convinces us that we're thinking and acting "Too Black", we aren't Black, we're African & African-Caribbean.
We are proud people who originate from land masses like everyone else and demand to be addressed as such. This crayon branding we've adopted is part of the 500 years European "Black experiment", in which we are subjects but not contributors.
Today we're breaking that spell by establishing the institutions we require and deserve as the 2,457,549 (by measure of the census of England & Wales) British African & African-Caribbean populations.
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Afriphobic structural racism implements applied behavioral psychology to keep us in a constant state of anxiety, by recognizing this tactic we understand that racism is a distraction to divert our attention from focussing on our Plan A
By 2,457,549 British African & African-Caribbean citizens focussing and investing in our priorities, Afriphobic structural racism will have much less of an impact on our lives
We make up a large part of the public sector and by coming together with our collective intention not only make them a protected group but also make us a protected group whilst using the institutions they work for
Plan A is the clarity of collective purpose and priority that has eluded our capacity to unify as Africans & African-Caribbeans
Together we'll establish an effective plan A' to protect ourselves from structural Afriphobic racism
Our 2,457,549 population deserves structural inclusion and together we'll deliver it for ourselves
Common values - Common principles - Common Outcome