I am Tsphanyah Ben Yahweh. This particular piece has been written for those within Georgia who’s soul burns within the flames of Revolutionary passions.
Recently, Time Magazine released a special issue dedicated to expounding on the 400 year mark of slavery in this great, powerful nation. A country built on the backs of men in servitude. When we hear this we become engulfed by rage and bitterness, emotions that fuel our actions yet cloud our judgements and focus. We need clarity. We need a plan. We need “Insight”!
Every empire of renown was built on the backs of slaves. Babylon, Egypt, Roman, Russia, and you could go on; but what are these empires now if not a shadow?
At the heart of these empires were their people. An oppressed people. Downtrodden and neglected, they desired better. They wanted more. They eventually fought for more. But the first thing they did was come together. Within this united force they found clarity, formed a plan, and acted because they’d attained “Insight”.
The good must come together and fight or be picked off one by one by the fores of evil. “Insight” has provided a direct avenue; not for those crying out into the wilderness, but for the locksmiths, chainbreakers, and warhammer wielding Agents of Change to plan, mount up and execute.
We must first establish or acknowledge a headquarters. This will be our point for establishing communication. Next we must connect with one another for a multitude of reasons. Such as: identifying skill sets useful to the movement and forming a structure for the movement. Every army has a general and ours is out there somewhere. Recruiting is also a very important skill set we can only identify in a person by speaking with him. Communication is key. We must be linked together.
Once we’re linked we must pick one objective and work towards the completion of it. This will take organization. Knowing our roles in this mission if we have one, and diligence in the execution of our plan. Accomplishments are keys which open the doors to more success.
We’ve talked for so long in Georgia and not achieved a goal that our youth have lost interest in change and instead become more focused on surviving oppression through means of satisfying desires rather than fighting.
So yes, we need our grievance writers, chaingang paralegals, lawsuit experts, financiers, and guys with dependable people on the outside. Organizers, men with good leadership qualities, those who write well, and men with a good eye for these talents are also needed.
Once these great minds link up and begin this brotherhood, it is my hope that they would do what hasn’t been done. Corporate this movement under a righteous, legal banner. An non profit formed by us and for us. With members on both sides of the wall working towards the same goal. Our Exodus. Shalom.