“If you do not understand the system of racism and white supremacy, what it is and how it works, everything else that you think you understand will only confuse you” – Mr. Neely Fuller
The system of racism/white supremacy was created through greed, hyper-aggression, duplicity and deception. It was enforced by brutal, barbarous violence, torture, and brain washing via relentless mental warfare. Although all of these things remain factors in the system of white supremacy, as the greed, hyper–aggression, violence, kwk has not gone anywhere, the system as it currently stands is maintained through a profound confusion that afflicts many of those who are victimized by the system. This is accomplished through the monopolization and selective, self-serving dispensation of information through the mis/diseducational system, the inconsistent, mixed messages communicated through white western mainstream media, the subsequent indoctrination into the european way through this media inundation, re-orienting Afrikans to act against their natural instinct to be for their own interests, as well as the masterful use of intentionally confusing, convoluted, contradictory speech and actions, especially in regards to racial and political matters.
The system of racism/white supremacy is constantly refining itself, morphing itself into whatever it needs to become in order to sustain itself. In my view, one of the main weapons in the arsenal of those who practice white supremacy/terror/domination is the confusion of those subjugated and oppressed by the system. This confusion manifests itself in a myriad of ways. Confusion about your racial classification, ideology, gender or sexual identity, as well as confusion of who are your real enemies are the most widespread and dangerous forms of confusion within the Afrikan mind today. It is not uncommon for people of Afrikan descent, who know nothing but the european way, and live swimming in a cesspool of european insanity to be afflicted by not only one of these areas of confusion, but multiple and in some cases all of them. As Dr. Umar Johnson says, “racism/white supremacy is never left up to chance”, so in order for this system continue to work to perfection, it must be practiced and enforced even when there are no actual white people present. It must operate on as the great Dr. Khallid Muhammad says, “automatic, systematic remote control”
It is my assessment that if the victims of the system of racism/white supremacy were less confused and had greater clarity as to what is happening or has happened, and seriously acted on that information, then there is no way that this system could be anywhere near as effective as it has been. One of the main objectives of constantly spreading chaos and confusion is to disable and decapitate any form of rebellion before that act of rebellion even begins. Being clear about your mission as well as the object of your rebellion is the first step to a full-fledged social and political insurrection. When you keep those who you wish to dominate in a sustained state of confusion, it is hard for them to act, because they cannot decide what they must rebel against, who they must go against, and for what reason that they must go against them. Out of this confusion arises many flawed concepts and ideologies, which tend to be ineffective and ultimately impotent in challenging and defeating western white hegemony.
A perfect example of this is the recent, trendy concept of intersectionalty. This concept is popular among social media dwelling, so-called social justice warrior, feminist, LGBTQ (and whatever other initials that have been added) and Black Lives Matter types. It is defined by a feminist website as, “a concept often used in critical theories to describe the ways in which oppressive institutions (racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, ableism, xenophobia, classism, etc.) are interconnected and cannot be examined separately from one another”. Any Afrikan with a moral conscious would be against racism, sexism and classism, as these are legitimate issues that are of pressing concern to all Black/Afrikan people. However all three of these “oppressive institutions” are just manifestations of the system of racism/white supremacy, and can all simply be filed as such.
The problem is when these real problems are mixed in with made up, trendy issues that are not legitimate, such as “homophobia”, “transphobia” and “ableism” (whatever that is). These terms “homophobia” and “transphobia” are very confusing, as they misrepresent someone’s natural and understandable aversion to homosexuality, and the symptom of mental illness known as transgenderism as a “phobia”, which means “irrational fear of”. Being of the “rational” opinion that these things are unnatural, does not constitute a fear of said things. Most people have a natural aversion to things that they feel are unnatural. Also opinions are not something that can logically be fought against. You cannot stop someone from having an opinion and worldview, as that is a human right. There is also no “system of homophobia” that I’m aware of, just people who do not agree with the lifestyle, as is also their right.
Furthermore, being sympathetic to these anti-Afrikan ideas and being a Pan-Afrikanist or Afrikan Nationalist as some of these intersectionalists try to pass themselves off as, are mutually exclusive. One cannot hold views that are anti-Afrikan in nature, and have often been weaponized against Afrikan people, and still be an effective warrior on the front lines for Afrikan liberation. These ideas are the spawn of the european culture that Pan-Afrikanist/Afrikan Nationalists are presumably fighting against. Many of these misguided souls also direct their hostility toward those who they should be fighting side by side with (other Black/Afrikans), and fight side by side with those who they should be fighting against (whites), spreading even more confusion. Sometimes I wonder whether these “intersectionalists” are malicious agents of confusion, or they themselves are confused. At any rate, the very concept of intersectionality represents confusion.
Another very common form of confusion is confusion over racial classification especially among those who are a part of the Afrikan Diaspora. The bastardization and mulatto-ization of the race through miscegenation during colonialism, the Trans-Atlantic slave trade and integration have been very effective weapons used by our enemies. Often times “bi-racials” have been created by whites during their conquests, and used a buffer class against the “full blooded” Black/Afrikan. Their very presence represents confusion, because they are a mixture of two enemy races. The “bi-racial person” is often confused on how they should see themselves, and Afrikans are often confused on how to classify them racially. The people who are the least confused on how to see them are the ones who created them, and can potentially use them most effectively, white/europeans. One thing they know for certain is that they are not classified as white, so they will not get all of the benefits of the system of racism/white supremacy. But since they do have at least one full white parent, if by chance they more strongly identify with their “white side”, they can be used as effective weapons against Afrikan people, and throughout history, often times have been.
The mis/dis-education system as well as is the main vehicle through which confusion travels. The correct remedies to this sort of confusion lie within being exposed to actual facts and history relevant to the people doing the studying, as well as developing and sharpening the ability to think and analyze with a critical eye. In a perfect world the educational system would be the dispensers of correct information and the teachers of critical thinking. But since confusion is the most effective way of maintaining the system of racism/white supremacy, and education is one of the 10 areas of people activity in which white supremacy attacks, it is necessary for the education institution to be an instrument of confusion. Thankfully, education and developing analyzation and critical thinking are things that still can legally be done independently. Independent education and “de-activating your white chip”, so that you can accept non mainstream Afrikan-centered information remain the most effective ways in which you can gain clarity to see through the enemies convoluted spider-web of dis-information, lies and dirty mental tactics that only exist to confuse and further oppress.
Brother Osei, 21st Century Race Man.