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Segregation Equals Liberation.

May 30, 2014 by  
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(ThyBlackMan.com) In this article I want to address the logic in segregation as it applies to man and nature as well as the universe itself. As we know America is the melting pot of all cultures and concepts, which has its advantages, but the disadvantages obviously out way the advantages. And this is where logic should be inserted over the rebellious idea of integration as it applies to society as a whole.

If you look at nature and the universe as a reference , which is the natural teacher of mankind. You will plainly see that everything in existence is balanced by the natural law of segregation. – The sky and earth are segregated, the sun and the moon are segregated, the spiritual realm andSegregationSIGN the physical realm are segregated, and every animal and insect species are segregated (why?) because that is the natural law. But man is a rebellious law-breaker who thinks himself “above the law” but that is only to his-own detriment.

So as it applies to mankind, forced integration produces an unrest in the mind and spirit which leads to chaos and disorder – which is everlasting until the law of segregation is followed. Now this has nothing to do with “color “ per say, it has more to do with beliefs and personal preferences. But we are taught that our personal preferences are wrong and everyone should think alike and live alike but that my friend is what’s wrong – because we do not and will not.

So the simple solution to this problem is “segregation “ on the basis of irreconcilable differences. We should as in a marriage divide our assets and go our separate ways, which means divide these states into states that accommodate the preferences of its inhabitants. For instance those that are homosexual – give them a sovereign state to themselves so that they can live in peace and not be persecuted by people with opposing preferences. Those that believe in mixed marriages, give them a place to themselves, those that believe in race purity, Christians and Muslims and Atheists ect. – give them each a place. And each place cannot reach outside the bounds of their states to impose their beliefs or lifestyles on anyone – that would be considered breaking the law.

There is no reason we all cannot live in our own designated places in this country, and if someone’s beliefs change then they should be able to integrate with those people of whom beliefs they have accepted. We can all live in the United States as patriot citizens with respect for each other this way , but as it stands these conflicting views and the idea of imposing concepts on people is (ill ) logical. But by following the way of nature my friend is the only solution to all of mankind’s problems. Just look- the sun and the moon cannot integrate because they are in submission to the law of separation.

And they have existed for eons in total harmony because of it. Only man and his free will to justify being an “ outlaw of nature “ have caused this disruption in nature ( Human Nature ). But if mankind truly wants to bring balance and peace back to society we must live in accord with the example of nature. And each of us must go to our designated places where we can be at peace with those of a like mind – that is the only rational and “sane “thing to do. 

Staff Writer; King Muhammad


9 Responses to “Segregation Equals Liberation.”
  1. Northern_Magnolia says:

    Here is the problem, in terms of history: people in power tend to de-segregate every area they can in terms of forcing as many others as possible to do their will (think of the millions of people who have moved into and out of Africa in the last 2,500 years), but never de-segregate in terms of resources. The difference in modern history is Alexander the Great came along in time to reap the technological advances that Europeans would, over the next 2,500 years, use to conquer the entire world, AND, he de-segregated in one other way: he made European culture a forcedly integrated experience. Greek language and Greek culture was forced on all that he had conquered; the legacy of that is with us to this day.

    Similarly, even if now we lived in different physical space in the United States, human nature will not change: the more powerful groups will continue to “break the bounds” and impose on others. In addition, since all of us presently living have been thoroughly exposed to and influenced by Greco-Roman/white ideals of what is desirable in life, and since that includes an emphasis on what is good solely in individualistic terms, re-segregation by itself will not restore the unity our foreparents, who were closer in thought to Africa, enjoyed. Put another way: many of our inner cities ARE re-segregated, but most of us would not tout that model as successful.

  2. King Nazir Muhamamd says:

    My Idea of Segregation is to dis-associated myself and divorce ” Blacks “. Because that title is too limited and carries to many powerful stigmas.
    Here is my divorce papers http://pharaohletmego.weebly.com

  3. gc1479 says:

    It is fine to identify as an American, African American, Mexican American or so on. Though as an African American, sometimes I think about which country (region) did we actually come from. What was it like for us before being taken into slavery? There is a saying “you can’t know where you’re going until you know where you’ve been”. If we want to admit it or not, that is a big obstacle for us as a people. If we really knew, perhaps we can move forward more. Besides, from the Bible, the Lord did give Abraham and his ancestors a specific land to inherit.

  4. James Davis says:

    While My Ancestry Is African – I am an American

    I am an American. That is my identity. While I understand my ancestors were brought here as slaves, this is my country. The world and indeed this country do not belong to anyone, and I refuse to relinquish my right to it. Believe it or not this is in keeping with scripture from the Bible.

    Ecclesiastes 5:9 Moreover the profit of the earth is for all: the king himself is served by the field.

    It didn’t say for Europeans or Africans, or Chinese, it says for all and the last time I looked I to was among “all.” I claim this scripture and to none do I apologize for doing so. http://www.Jobcreationnow.com

  5. gc1479 says:

    James Davis – I agree!

    There is a question I have though; other groups of people have countries that they originated from such as China, India, Mexico, and so on. They have their own cultural differences that kind of separates them from the majority in some ways, and some may one day want to return to their country. African Americans seem to lack that identity. What do you think we can do?

  6. James Davis says:

    This Author Is Just A “Tad” Naive

    What this author advocates is just naïve, which means an excessively simple view point of the world. The world, if you believe in God is not at all segregated but highly integrated, which means parts that work well together. I point to the sun which stands out in space and constantly provides light while the earth rotates around it. The earth by rotating gives us day and night. An example of parts working well together. What causes parts not to work well together when it comes to humans is power. Power as practiced by humans is unique because we have been given a mind by God to think.

    History shows power can be physical, monetary, and intellectual or a combination of all three. Power has not just been exercised over blacks but whites as well. Adolf Hitler is a good example. We find power has been and is used to restrict human freedom. In the United States where we have a written constitution (blacks were instrumental in its writing it or should I say its re-writing) defining the rights of each individual, blacks find themselves dominated by the physical power of numbers (outnumbered in terms of population) and money (black wealth is infinitesimally small compared to white wealth). However, there is nothing preventing blacks from intellectually segregating themselves from the rest of America. A great case to support my point are the Amish people. You don’t need the permission of the majority population to do this. You simply have to have the same intellectual bent. Blacks therefore by their own “actions” have decided as a group or race within the United States not to live in a separate society as the Amish people do and this writer advocates. They have decided to be competitive with other groups within this country. It is going to be a fight to achieve and make our mark as a people among the various groups dominating American life today, but it is what we have chosen to do by our demonstrated actions. There is nothing wrong with that. We have made considerable progress from enslavement to where we are now. Who ever said it was going easy?! Our determination is impressive. And so we continue to rise. Don’t write us off…God has not. He is not done with us yet! http://www.Jobcreationnow.com

  7. Yocheved says:

    I agree. Israel for the Jews, and y’all can sort out the rest!

  8. Kevin says:

    “out way”, I don’t understand that.

  9. ewill says:

    I would rather shot myself in the head than agree with King Muhammad but,
    I’m going to have to pull the trigger on this one. I agree.

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