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Thursday, May 3, 2012

A Vision of Victory

Our victory must be rooted in a global perspective and the pursuit of Afrikan power.  Victory will require our various geopolitical structures to join forces in order to dictate our own interests and exert our influence on global events. In the study of victorious people, the first victory won is the victory over oneself...self-discipline and unwavering self-reflection.  Thus personal development along with a collectively synchronized ideology, identity, and process of execution, demands that we move beyond the mental and physical confines and false realities that are nurtured within the global "chicken coups" in which we reside. Our victory will allow for the establishment of a military and economic power out of which a loyal leadership and a significant body of Afrikans will develop and sustain our physical security, cultural autonomy, social cohesion, and economic power. Our victory will allow us to exercise influence over our enemies and any competing or aligned entities, while at the same time providing us the space to create and negotiate solutions to our internal and external challenges as sovereign people. This victory will cast a protective cloak over the 'Black world' enabling Afrikans to experience greater security while living in non-Afrikan lands. Our victory will be ensured when we collectively develop a unifying culture, one that is steeped in Sankofa, yet simultaneously reflective of our unique and diasporic trajectories. If it is for us to attain this victory in the world that we have been given, then our effort must exist without the threat of fragmentation from either internal or external forces. In our Vision of Victory, we are a whole people, functioning fundamentally as a unified body to achieve and maintain the collective goals of our world nation.

N. Kofi Ampon
N. Thema Sunkwa Ampon

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