Let Us Pray

Let Us Pray

Our Mother and Fathers in The World of Spirits

hallowed be your names

let your memory come to us and our offspring

let your good will be done here on earth as it is done in the world of spirits

give us this day our daily resolve and fortitude

to live and never forsake our life's commitment

to the liberation of our race, the Black race

forgive us our trespasses and help us forgive one another our wrongs

done to us by us to dishonour your name and those in our loins

but never to forget nor forgive those who have trampled upon our race

lead us not into neglect of self as a race

but bring us into light and to truly know thy self (ourselves)

deliver us from the snares laid down for our demise as a race

for yours is ours

and ours is yours

forever and ever


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Xola Skosana

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A Black Prayer From A Non-Christian

A Black Prayer From A Non-Christian

Let the unearned advantage of land language and wealth enjoyed by white people in Azania become an unavoidable agenda in every cabinet meeting, every legotla and every caucus.

New Tools of Analysis Required

New Tools of Analysis Required

I watched a white farmer celebrated on national television last week by the minister of Rural Develoment and Land Reform Mr Gugile Nkwinti. Why? Well, he gave 50% shareholding to the farm workers. In his interview, feeling elated, the white farmer said, "The Answer Is 50/50”.

We’re Done Talking to Whites

We’re Done Talking to Whites

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