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AAPF Case Study: Daewoo Shipbuilding

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Over the past four decades, DSME has transformed into the world’s greatest shipbuilding and marine engineering company and turned Okpo, a once small fishing village, into an industrial hub generating ₩12 billion a year in export revenues. These miracles were made possible by our ability to think creatively and against the accepted norms, our youthful spirit and courage to seek out and take on new challenges, and our culture of trust and passion. Today, DSME stands as the builder of the greatest ships and offshore plants in the world. – Sung Leep JUNG

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African people have the same potential to create ships and do Arctic drilling and free ourselves from European domination. This is the future the AAPF must create for select African people. Look at the boldness of the Korean man to state they will emerge as an invincible armada that will survive. We must develop businesses like this because recently a White South African company just got hundreds of millions of dollars from the Ivory Coast to develop catamarans for Ivory Coast, this contract should have gone to a 100% Black owned company.

The African-American is such a dangerous creature because many of them see themselves as American and want to create integrated companies and will use their gifts and genius to buy a White female and help Whites maintain their domination so they can start wars with Korea, Iraq, and other non-Whites while our people live in poverty and massive unemployment. The Mulatto class is also a group of doubting Thomases who are dangerous to African interest. The reason so many Black men are lazy is because the brains of our race have not created for them the type of Social-Economic environment to develop the weapons and other tools and instruments that will be used to topple the White man and bring him to his knees.

Make no mistake, my aim and objective are to destroy the Western European male, and if I do not do it in this lifetime, I will be reborn and do it the next. I want to make this devil howl. This is my objective and I am looking for like minded Africans who believe in our race and believe we can topple the European devil and humble his satanic evil ass. My Creator and mother nature has placed this dream in my mind and heart.

I am inspired by the works of Dr. Amos N. Wilson and my own experiences with this Anglo-Judeo devil. I will slaughter any African who stands in my way. We must develop ships, drones, satellites, and instruments that will inflict heavy causalities on the White race and their non-White allies.

Allegedly the North Koreas have been getting assistance from South Koreas. Remember, I went to college with some brilliant Koreans and we spoke about North Korea. The world is not what it seems.

 

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The moment you show weakness, the moment a weak leader comes up and they do come up in weakened civilizations, the moment an enemies comes and attacks you from the outside, that is the moment we are getting out, that is the moment we are going to betray you, that is the moment we are going to ally ourselves with somebody else we think are going to overthrow you and make a deal with them that is the nature of human reality. – Dr. Amos N. Wilson

My critics will not address this quote.

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3 thoughts on “AAPF Case Study: Daewoo Shipbuilding

  1. “The reason so many Black men are lazy is because the brains of our race have not created for them the type of Social-Economic environment to develop the weapons and other tools and instruments that will be used to topple the White man and bring him to his knees.”

    Great post but this statement here is so true. Our people have become dumb down with less talent see we integrated . Before we integrated Black Africans were producing great Black African inventors, businessmen, musicians, poets and etc. because we were striving to reach our best potential in our craft. We were even dirt poor but still had the confidence to achieve. Since integration we have fell into the illusion of the American Dream which didn’t benefit us as a people..

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  2. What I mean by “we were striving to reach our best potential in our craft.” We were busy studying & researching our craft to out beat the next person.

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