African or Indigenous? It’s a debate that has dominated Black social media platforms in recent years with an ever increasing intensity in direct proportion to the rise of Afrikan consciousness and has me wondering if it is manufactured or authentic.

Why I question it is because there was a short time ago where this argument wasn’t as consistent across social media as it is now. So many very passionate people are hellbent in pushing a doctrine that has not been researched as it should as well as those same very individuals inflict their beliefs on you in a bully-like manner.

Why do these people have so much anger toward those of us who KNOW that we are originally from the Motherland? What I find amazing is that they expect you to erase the FACTS of your connections to Africa while embracing the smoke and mirrors of their unproven doctrine. My Wife and Brother-In-Law have their great great grandfather buried on family land in Jamaica who was brought over from Africa as an enslaved Black man whose name was Yahyah. Are they to deny the physical proof that they can reach out and touch?

Yet so many of these pissed off YouTube scholars persist in telling us what their legacy is only to make themselves look even more foolish in the eyes of those who know who they are. Yet the onslaught continues across the vast array of social media platforms of comments shared that are the equivalent size of books copied and pasted to blast your mind in a very intrusive fashion which shows you that are unable to engage in two way communication but will speak over anyone who dares to speak their mind.

I’m wondering more and more if these people are government subsidized because the amount of hours invested everyday in their copy and paste assaults on the balanced conversations of those who choose to repatriate to their original homeland. Or maybe it could be a way in their mind to not be Black, yet it must be painful to them as they move about this place called America that they are no more accepted than those who they demonize as being misled for their desire to go back home to Africa. Do they receive a break from the ever increasing police harassment when pulled over simply because they claim not to be Afrikan? Do they feel different when they punch the clock at the White Man’s job? LOL!

If they are indigenous to this land shouldn’t their “fight” focus more on the people who stole the land that they claim is their own and if so why are they spending long days on YouTube in an attempt to provoke these futile debates when Black people who know they are from Africa did not steal the land that they claim they are indigenous to?

I see absolutely no organized movement to step to the government yet they hide behind a keyboard to attack those who have a direct bloodline to Africa. After spending even this much energy to type these words I am ignoring these delusional individuals beyond this point because it appears to me that they are only there to cause division among us I believe that they are low paid agents of a United States government who believes more than ever before in the well written government communication that was leaked out many years ago entitled Memorandum 46.

Read it for yourself and you will come to the understanding of what is happening here in the present time. And for those who are happily moving toward their repatriation toward Mother Africa know that I support you over and above all measure and will be joining you one day in the not too distant future. My advice to you is to utilize the ability on social media to block and delete all annoyances and spend your precious time and energy in to building the life that you crave where we all can breathe a lot easier away from the daily psychic battles that we have to endure on these shores under the system of White Supremacy.

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