• 02:03

    WORLD WIDE AFRICA THE VOICE OF THE PANAFRICAN MOVEMENT

    in Politics

    This weeks show will be about the formation of new groups that wish to be a part of building a nation for African Americans.   The PAN AFRICAN MOVEMENT  has gained momentum over the last 30 years.  From the time Malcolm, El Haji Malik Shabazz started the mirror image of the Organization of African Unity, the Organization of Afro-American Unity, the support is overwhelming that is given by the Africans who live in America. After leaving the Nation of Islam El Haji put all of his influence over the Nationalist and the Muslims who followed him to form the Organization of Afro-American Unity. His words and Ideas still ring true, and no matter what has been said or done to our Beloved Leader we continue the struggle. These were his words to us on June 8, 1964 three moths after leaving. "So it was our intention to try and find out what it was our African brothers were doing to get results, so that you and I could study what they had done and perhaps gain from that study or benefit from their experiences. And my traveling over there was designed to help to find out how. " If we do not go to Africa and study how they have achieved their results, the only way we can build a nation is to study Nation building. It is illogical to declare you a Nationalist if you are ignoring these facts. Should we continue the Movement by reviving the OAAU  "Barely a month after his selection, Mr. Carmichael, then just 25, raised the call for black power, thereby signaling a crossroads in the civil rights struggle. Increasingly uncomfortable with Dr. King's resolute nonviolence, he sensed a shift among some younger blacks in the direction of black separatism. Many were listening sympathetically to the urgings of Malcolm X, who had been assassinated a year and a half earlier, that the struggle should be carried out by any means necessary." 


     


     


     

  • 02:05

    World Wide Africa The Voice of the Pan African Movement

    in Politics

    "Since we have to fight for land, it makes sense to fight for the richest land, which you'll be able to develop much quicker, thus, build your strength much faster. In order to take land, you must follow a revolutionary formula. You must seize the land, hold the land, develop the land and then expand. You have to seize, hold, develop, and expand. You seize, you hold it, you develop, and you expand. I don't think we could seize much land in America but, even if we could, I know we couldn't hold it. And even if we could hold it, it's certainly true that we could not develop land in America as rapidly as we could in Africa, which is the richest continent in the world." This is what Kwame Toure said about our duty as africans, and it holds true for today. It does not stop untill  we have our land back. He also nails the problem in these next lines why we should stop thinking the fight is only to be fought by Continental Africans only. "Many people when they try to analyze the problems of the African in America calls it a problem peculiar to America. They take the history back to the Africans when they came to America. That's absurd. The problem didn't start in America. The problem started in Africa when the first white man came to rape us of our continent and of our people. That's where the problem started. That's the roots of the problem. The first white boy that came there and tried to get us had to fight. That's where the problem started. America is only an extension of the war. A tangent, if you will. But the problem didn't start in America. It started in Africa. We fought in Africa, we fought in the slave ships, we fought in America, we fought during slavery, we fought after slavery, we've been fighting, we continue to fight because it's only an extended war. That is all. We are fighting today." The Race War has always been in affect wake up

  • 02:03

    WORLD WIDE AFRICA THE VOICE OF THE PAN AFRICAN MOVEMENT

    in Politics

    This weeks show is about Black Love, now I understand that we all are in this movement to Liberation of the People, but to liberate ones people we must begin to love the people, and teach the people how to love one another. Once we teach our People that love is the key to our liberation we can have a new type of liberation struggle, The Black Love Movement. Last week I asked the listening audience about the Organization's the OAU and the OAAU that were Nation building organizations of the past. After interviewing some of the Youth of today as to what was lacking in the major structure they said LOVE.  So in order for us to move forward to this point we must go back to a time that the creation of the symbol of love and devotion began to the time of the Ancients when the  love of man was shown by Ra saved the world of man because of his love for them. At this time men had lost faith in their elder leaders and began to tare apart the work they had done by disrespecting them, so Ra declared that Hathor should kill them all. But after seeing that Hathor or the eye of Ra was wading knee deep in the blood of men he had empathy for them and had here fed beer and the blood of those she had slain.  Causing here to become drunk and fall in love with the god Horus who was also killing men for disrespecting Ra but was sadden by all the killing. Ra took him from the battle field into the mountains to meet his daughter Hathor.  Horus was watching Hathor as she danced in the nude to please him and stopped killing men. Out of this came the Mer-Ka-ba three interlocked Pyramids the symbol of the eternal  love of The Divine Spirits of creation for the Black Man. Now the Black Man must learn to love himself enough to stop killing one another. So that the divine light can shine through us the focus each day on the Gaza Pyramids in the Nile Delta where it all began the life of the Black Man LOVE

  • 02:18

    World Wide Africa The Voice of The Pan African Movement

    in Politics

    The voice of our fallen brothers and sisters cry out to me, this week I have to share with you, The experience of Soweto Uprising, its effects on us today. I would like you to call in and share your memories of this man and his words, Steve Bantu Beko "Briefly defined therefore, Black Consciousness is in essence the realization by the black man of the need to rally together with his brothers around the cause of their oppression - the blackness of their skin - and to operate as a group in order to rid themselves of the shackles that bind them to perpetual servitude. It seeks to demonstrate the lie that black is an aberration from the "normal" which is white. It is a manifestation of a new realization that by seeking to run away from themselves and to emulate the white man, black(s) are insulting the intelligence of whoever created them black. Black Consciousness, therefore takes cognizance of the deliberateness of the God's plan in creating black people black.  It seeks to infuse the black community with a new-found pride in themselves, their efforts, their value systems, their culture, their religion and their outlook to (of) life. The interrelationship between the consciousness of the self and the emancipatory program is of a paramount importance.Blacks no longer seek to reform the system because so doing implies acceptance of the major points around which the system revolves. Blacks are out to completely transform the system and to make of it what they wish." 

  • 00:30

    Tuesday Talk with Key West Lou

    in Current Events

    Always an interesting perspective on everyday issues.

  • 00:37

    Welcome to Africa for the Africans: Tours and Investments

    in Culture

    Welcome to Africa for the Africans: Tours and Investments. Join us on the ultimate journey to the motherland to experience a vibrant Africa with a mix of roots, culture, paradise, night life, shopping, networking, business and investment opportunities.

  • 00:47

    Previewing the Mountain West in the NCAA tournament

    in Sports

    Jeremy and Chris are back to preview the Mountain West teams in the tournament with our latest show. We will for sure talk about Wyoming taking on a possible under seeded Northern Iowa team and a St. John's team which San Diego State will face.


    We also will discuss Boise State's game that may or may not be in progress at the time of this show for their game against Dayton in the First Four, and if they win a look ahead to their game against Providence.


    Wyoming and San Diego State play on Friday with the Cowboys tipping at the very early hour of 10:40 a.m. local time in Seattle. The Aztecs get a reasonable tip at 9:40 p.m. local time.


    Also, to make everything 100 percent clear, we are biased against your team. Well not this time as we want the Mountain West to do as good as possible.

  • 01:00

    Mountain West football: Recruiting, spring recap

    in Sports

    We bring back our football podcast and barring a vacation or scheduling issue we will have a show weekly from now until August and then going twice a week through bowl season.


    The first show back has us interviewing three-star linebacker commit Alec Simpson who has verbally pledged to play at Nevada. Simpson was receiving interest from BYU, Oregon and Wisconsin. The Wolf Pack were his only offer but he likely will be pursued in the fall during his senior year.


    The rest of the show will focus on Utah State's spring game with our Aggies contributor Parker Roberston who was at the spring game. We will go over the highlights and what should be expected from the quarterback position and the team overall.


    Of course expect some wackiness in our first show back.


    Also, to make everything 100 percent clear, we are biased against your team.

  • 00:14
  • 00:30

    Tuesday Talk with Key West Lou

    in Current Events

    Tonight: Outstanding final in basketball and a few thoughts on the boys who played, the Supreme Court and Citizens United, and examples of money corrupting. Also,the California water shortage and Nestle Bottling Company; a shining example of corporate welfare, and my take on the situation in California , Iceland, and the Federal Reserve. Always an interesting perspective on everyday issues. 

  • 00:37

    NHL - HOCKEY WEST RADIO

    in Hockey

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