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Africanize It! Stop Fighting Over Relgion and Unify!

Posted By: Kamal Imani on June 17, 2020

Peace Brothers and Sisters,


Dr. Leonard Jeffries (Nana Kwaka Dua Agyemon) who is one of my mentors, has stated in many speeches “Regardless to if your relgion is Judaism, Christianity or Islam, AFRICANIZE IT!”.

Stokley Carmichael (Kwame Toure) says that “religion can be used as a powerful revolutionary force” and the Honorable Marcus Mosiah Garvey gave us the slogan “One God, One Aim, One Destiny”.


I say this to say that it is time to close ranks as an African melanated people and it will be easier to unite by understanding the comonalities in religion I.E Amen and the 42 negative confessions being derived from the Khemetian/Egyptian Book of Coming Forth by Day or simply by our people agreeing that all of the above religions came from Africa/Khemit/Kush.




The alternative, if some of us are so narrow minded and religiously blinded by religious dogma and the slavemasters interpretation of the scriptures that they refuse to put BLACK/AFRICAN first, then they will naturally fall out as they wait for the Messiah or Mahdi or the Motherplane or Nibiriu to come out of the clouds.


My point is that hopefully we can recognize our oneness and the oneness of “God” for the sake of unity and not fight each other while we should be fighting the oppressor. If so the division and conquering will be executed by us by default.


Peace, hotel, salaam, shalom, Black Power, Uluru, 1


Kamal Imani aka Kamal Supreme


“Put away our differences” Malcolm X

“We must practice operational unity” Sheik Lateef Ali (Admiral Family)



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