Matundu Replies To Melber

Matundu Replies To Melber

OH, yes! At last, Henning Melber has screamed (The Namibian 11 October 2005).Malcolm X, that indomitable black revolutionary Pan-Africanist from Harlem, once said that if you strike at whites and they scream than you know that you have pressed the right button.

If you fight them and they do not scream and give you Nobel Peace Prize instead, then you must rethink and revise your fighting methods. The Mau Mau School of Thought, of which I am the head, is uncompromising in telling black people of the need to roll on black revolution against whites.That black social revolution has as its primary goal the total repossession of any iota of our wealth from whites.Tracy Chapman, through her song ‘Talk about Revolution’ said that poor people (at some time) are going to rise up and take their share.The Mau Mau School of Thought believes that how and when black people should roll on a black revolution against whites is not up to the apologists (such as Henning Melber) of white supremacy to decide.Stokely Carmichael (Kwame Toure) in the book ‘Black Power’, which he co-authored with Charles Hamilton, rightly posits that the goals, aims and definition of black people’s revolution are none of white people’s business.The Mau Mau School of thought will now echo Marcus Garvey and say: “Blacks, up you mighty race; you can accomplish what you will”.Malcolm X Matundu WindhoekThe Mau Mau School of Thought, of which I am the head, is uncompromising in telling black people of the need to roll on black revolution against whites.That black social revolution has as its primary goal the total repossession of any iota of our wealth from whites.Tracy Chapman, through her song ‘Talk about Revolution’ said that poor people (at some time) are going to rise up and take their share.The Mau Mau School of Thought believes that how and when black people should roll on a black revolution against whites is not up to the apologists (such as Henning Melber) of white supremacy to decide.Stokely Carmichael (Kwame Toure) in the book ‘Black Power’, which he co-authored with Charles Hamilton, rightly posits that the goals, aims and definition of black people’s revolution are none of white people’s business.The Mau Mau School of thought will now echo Marcus Garvey and say: “Blacks, up you mighty race; you can accomplish what you will”.Malcolm X Matundu Windhoek

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