Analyse de Sâa François Sanduno (alias Farafin) sur la nature et libérale et mondialiste du BLM (french/english).
In the last period, we have witnessed a movement in the West that challenges racism, negrophobia and police brutality. They are undeniable realities that are present in whites societies and which must be opposed. Negrophobia is an existing reality, but we often tend to criticize the consequences of an evil, without analyzing its cause.
To understand negrophobia, it is necessary to be able to analyze and deconstruct a putrefied modern ideology, which has proliferated in space and time, and has always sought to obtain consensus among what it defines as `` minorities '', to plan and implement its deleterious policies. We are talking about liberalism. In every era, particularly in the United States, the White liberal-progressive has attempted to manipulate the Black Man and deflect his initial battle for emancipation. The various black nationalist leaders of the 1900s (stigmatized and ostracized by the Western right-thinking current), including Marcus Mosiah Garvey, Malcolm X or Khalid Abdul Muhammad had understood it well and, in fact, underlined the fact of how important and vital it was for the Black Man , to distance himself from the '' liberal fox '' who wanted / wants to present himself as an alternative to the '' conservative wolf ''. It is not a question here, when this is invoked, of taking the conservative Caucasoid as a barometer or ally in the battles for black emancipation. The Black Man must be in a position to impose a third option, which is based on community self-determination and the rejection of assimilationism (inclusion in the bourgeois system). Stockely Carmichael, Muhammad Alì or Khalid Muhammad, were the best examples of this third option which they called '' Black Power ''. This concept is not to be seen as a reverse black supremacy. The concept of black power went back to the 1960s, to the consolidation of communities and the pride of black Pan-African identity.
Today, this has been replaced by the `` Black Lives Matter '', which when paraphrased would mean `` hey, Whites! Black lives matters! We are humans '' .We have gone from self-determination, the consolidation of identity and community, rejecting bourgeois liberal assimilationism to black victimization and forced integrationism. When we talk about the Black Lives Matter movement, it is however necessary to underline and specify that, at the base, it was an internal concept of the black community consisting of mutually supporting each other. In this case, it made sense. But for a long time now, Black Lives Matter (BLM) has become a hashtag recovered by the globalist, soros-ian, and liberal-progressive forces who do not care about the fate of the Blacks. The only direction they intend to take is that of making use of some electoral reservoir categories. Neoliberalism in the social field has therefore manipulated real suffering in US society (social injustices, inequalities, systemic negrophobia, police brutality ...), to disorient a revolt towards an agenda that should have overthrown the inconvenient Trump regime, then, for the globalist forces. Here too, it should be noted that Trump as a political figure is in no way the friend of Africans. But since geopolitics is also a matter of geostrategy, Trump represented the necessary evil (as far as Africans and Afro-descendants are concerned). For stateless neoliberal international finance, it was necessary to destabilize Trump with piloted uprisings as was the case in the Arab Spring, which consequently should have brought down the votes towards Biden.
Analyzing this situation, we can affirm that modern anti-racism is a weapon created by our enemies (the stateless financial oligarchy), by the same ones who are at the basis of existing racism and of humanity as a whole. Their goal has always been to deflect the anger of the Peoples, using the most fragile Blacks (afro-globalists, liberal black progressives, afro-politans) and the most extremist Whites (the reactionary and limited alt-right), to to prevent the poorest part, both black and white, from rising up against the agents of Capital, and to place the social and geopolitical problems, which are the basis and essence of racism, at the center of the debate. One cannot call oneself anti-racist, without being anti-capitalist or anti-liberal, because as Stockely Carmichael said: `` Racism is not a question of attitude, but of power. ''
On the subject of the anti-racist struggle, Kemi Seba (president-founder of the NGO Urgences Panafricanistes that I coordinate in Italy), one of the leading figures of the anti-colonialist resistance in Africa in the 21st century, states in an interview: '' We havent we ever opposed the struggle of our people in the United States, we are alongside our people who fight against racial discrimination, against police violence, we will be in solidarity to the death with this fight. What we oppose is the to exploit the globalist forces of the suffering of our people for the purposes of an intregrationist, progressive white project and this is of no interest to us. We do not want to progress on the path of the West, we want our self-determination and we want every people to be able to take their destiny into their own hands. '' (Source: https://www.laluce.news/2020/06/25/intervista-a-kemi-seba-black-lives-matter-moda-delle-elite-globaliste/)
For the Afro-Diasporic community, there are two vital alternatives as salvation:
1. The back to Africa on the Garveyist model, to fight for African sovereignty and complete decolonization in the face of exogenous forces (imperialism) and endogenous forces (the misrule of the African ruling class);
2. The construction of a strong, cohesive and united African diasporic community in the West, on the Chinese, Pakistan, Indian model etc. Salvation cannot be found by thinking of assimilating into a rotten system, which Africa is trying to eradicate definitively (but also in all the territories of the world that resist neo-liberal Westernism for a multipolar world).
Racism is a question of the balance of power. Getting rooted in one's own civilization paradigm, contesting and fighting at the same time those who feed this racism, is the only way to counter it.