Neo-Black Afrika

mosaic-africa1I’m pragmatic when it comes to nationalism and nationhood. When it comes to Black Afrikan nationhood I’m not thinking about creating a private social club or a clique. I’m thinking of creating a country that can compete on the world stage. For example, lets look at what is working and successful in this world currently:

The 15 Countries With The Highest Quality Of Life

Top 10 World’s Best Countries To Live In 2014

Top 10 Richest Countries in the World 2013

The World’s Most Reputable Countries

Now compare that to these lists:

Top 10 Poorest Countries In The World 2013

The 10 Worst Countries For Human Rights

Corruption: The World’s Top 10 Best And Worst Countries

I feel it is logical, rational, and reasonable, to use models of success rather than failed models or theoretical ones. I’m all for creating a new Black Afrikan paradigm, but…if that is the case that new paradigm should be created on a small level to serve as a prototype of a model that can be expanded on once it has been proven successful.

So, please, don’t come at me with a bunch of rhetoric, hyperbole and doublespeak about metaphysics, celestial waters, the sun, the moon and the stars, resulting in nothingness. Unless you can provide a working model in these days and in these times that can compete and thrive on the world stage then you are just verbally and mentally masturbating.

Just had to get that off my chest. Thank you for indulging me.



I Won’t Forget – By Chris Miller

hoodie-300x300“While I am not happy about what happened to Trayvon Martin and his family, it has exposed the lie of this “post racial society” that we claim to live in. I just want you to know, I saw it all. I saw the Facebook posts, tweets, and YouTube videos where you took joy in Trayvon being dead, and gave Zimmerman your moral and financial support.

I saw the games you created on I Tunes and Google play to make Trayvon look like a murdering monster.

I saw all that nonsense over the year and rest assured I took into account who was doing it.


So now when you come begging me for my vote,

when you ask me to help you with your immigration reform,

when you ask me to help me push your book or merchandise,

when you ask me to stand with you so that you can get a law passed to get married,

just remember…

I saw what you did to Trayvon.

I am not the only one who saw it and…

I won’t forget.

Chris Miller

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