African Centered Biological Nationalism: African Production, Manufacturing and Innovation must be what we are know for!


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“Every student of Political Science, every student of Economics knows, that the race can only be saved through a solid industrial foundation. That the race can only be saved through political independence. Take away industry from a race: take away political freedom from a race, and you have a group of slaves.” (Marcus Garvey)


I call myself a African Centered Nationalist in theory. I do not even own this blog I am writing on, how pathetic is that! Youtube, Facebook, Twitter and Google, we as ACBN, communicate through these mediums shows our own lack of manhood. We can only intellectually bloviate  for so long until our readers and our race begin to say brother, I am hungry, do you have any food? ACBN, is in its beginning ideological development stages. I understand very well that before we come together people must be vetted, have their backgrounds checked and their personalities analyzed but we must become the primary producers for the Continental Africans, African Caribbeans and African American communities.

We have to be very savvy in how we produce our products, and produce them with the finest of qualities in an ambiguous manner. We even may have to use some deception as to why we run our industries in the way we do. We are going to be faced with a world, that in the 21st century, the cost to be the boss, will have gone up extremely high. We are living in a transitional period were power, poles and alliances are being reshaped. We as African people are not prepared at all for the current global changes that are about to happen.

Please, leave some opinions about the current state of Black Nationalist Economic’s which outside of DVDS and Lectures dont produce CACA! Do you make an effort to purchase African centered books and lectures from people who are at least half way trying? How much money do you spend with other local blacks? What are you working on to produce? Do you need help? Are their African people willing to help and fund your ideals? These are the questions that we need to be asking and this is the information we need to make out ideology become more relevant.