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The time for meaningless marches, spontaneous rioting, and indiscriminate property destruction has passed because it serves no purpose. Time and time again, AFreeKan men have risked their lives and died for the dream and promise of America. Only for America to not only dishonored them, but with every means at its disposal; the media, movies, television, prisons, you name it; denigrate, brutalize, dehumanize, and vilify AFreeKan men and the image of the AFreeKan man. So the day has come for hard truths and uncompromising positions designed to emancipate "African-Americans" from metal slavery because Freedom, Equality, and Justice Is never given. It must be taken and only a united people can accomplish that.  The BBV is for everyone’s consumption, but if you aren’t an AFreeKan male, be prepared to be offended, insulted, and warned. And if you are an African –American male and take offense or feel insulted, you’re use to it.

Emancipate Yourself From Metal Slavery
Because Freedom, Equality, and Justice Is Never Given
It Must Be Taken
And
Only A Unite People Can Accomplish That
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Black Bison Vanguard
                        Lex Talionis

Features & Details​

Size 5×8 in, 13×20 cm
169 Pages

Price

  • Softcover: $29.99 (Blurb)

  • Hardcover: Coming Soon

Publish Date  2021

Language English

THIS IS THE WAY

Lift ev’ry voice and sing,

‘Til Peace and Justice ring,

Ring with the harmonies of Dignity;

Let our voice rise

High as the list’ning skies,

Let it resound loud as the rolling sea.

Sing a song full of oneness that unity in thought and action has taught us,

Sing a song full of the Might that the struggle has brought us;

Standing before the world in a new way, with Strength, Pride, Spirituality 

We march on ’til victory is won.

 

Stony the road we trod,

Bitter the chastening rod,

Felt in the days when hope unborn had died;

Yet with a steady beat,

Have not our weary feet

Come to the place for which our fathers sighed?

We have come over a way that with tears has been watered,

We have come, treading our path through the blood of the slaughtered,

Out from the gloomy past,

‘Til now we stand at last

Where a bright star is cast on a new people.

 

Brothers and Sisters of a common ancestry and glorious past 

Fused into a Nation with No geographical boundaries

Welded into a Political, Social, Economic force

Constantly engaged in a race between education and catastrophe

Committed to the struggle between awareness and annihilation

On a continuing endeavor for Truth, Justice, and Equality.

True to our native land