What is education?
Posted By: Harry Watley on August 11, 2009 |
Let me explain what education is, but first let me give you this over view. In terms of education, we must compare and contrast race to race and not individual to individual.
We know that the Asian students have surpassed the White students and the Black students are so far behind that they are not even in the competition.
Now, let me tell you what education is. The personality of oneís race is akin to education since education is a desire to know boosted by curiosity. What I have just said God has given it to all human beings.
Now here is how education starts out, and I am about to draw you a picture. For starters, take a Black American person who has an unprecedented curiosity to know how the human body works. So, he goes to the morgue or the graveyard and gets a corpse. He takes the corpse to his laboratory and meticulously dissects the corpse. As he is doing this, he is recording and drawing diagrams of everything that he is doing. After quite a few years of dissecting corpses, he has accumulated volumes of records.
Now, along comes a bookbinder that puts this material in textbook form. A school chancellor comes along who desperately wants these textbooks.
The school chancellor gets the textbooks and summons his teaching staff to add a new curriculum to the universityís subjects as a medical study of the human being.
Out of the town comes scores of freshmen students, wanting to be doctors when they hear of this new curriculum.
You all should get the picture by now of where I am coming from, about education.
Now, I said earlier that God has instilled in all races the will to learn. Some races have taken advantage of the will to learn, while others have not. For instance, the Africans in Niger have tons of uranium as a natural resource of the country that the British and White America consistently mines for nuclear purposes. However, to the Niger African the uranium is useless, since he has not the education to know how to use his natural resources.
Black Americans beat down the doors of White America, begging and sometimes demanding that our White relatives educate us.
First, we should know that education or knowledge is a form of national security to every individual race. That is why each race has spies, to spy on other race to steal their knowledge. Therefore, why would you expect White America to educate us?
Okay, to make a long story short, you must first embrace the desire to be sovereign or have complete independence from White America on a portion of this continent that we could call our very own country with borders. This must come first so that all we quire on our own we can secure it as a sovereign people. All races are in competition with each other to be the number One.
What I am saying in other words, is that education is no big deal. We could get education for ourselves, but we need to be a sovereign people first and far most.
Now, who dare to tell me what I have just said is wrong?
What say you?
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Tuesday, August 11th 2009 at 10:01PM
Janice KelleyHarry we already try this separation when freed slaves moved back to Africa.
Other College... class of 1973
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Today, Liberia is recovering from the lingering effects of this decades-long civil war. Its economy is based heavily on subsistence agriculture, manufacturing, and its many ports. Liberia is one of the poorest countries in Africa; nevertheless, the country has achieved economic growth, largely thanks to foreign investment.
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Tuesday, August 11th 2009 at 11:09PM
Janice KelleyWhat I say is this will never happen in my life time. And if it was possible I would not go. Why because whites in the next 15 years will not be the majority here. So why leave.
Other College... class of 1973
Thursday, August 13th 2009 at 12:28AM
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