THE AFRICAN NATION
Political Education Study
led by Chairman Omali Yeshitela
Chairman Omali Yeshitela’s theory
of African Internationalism
Part I:
Defining the African nation
Who is an African?
The African Nation is:
•a community of people with
core identity based on
historical ties to the equatorial
continent of b...
Who is a part of the African nation?
•All Africans on
the continent of
Africa.
Part of the African Nation:
All African people
everywhere who
have been forcibly
dispersed through
slavery and
colonialism.
Part of the African Nation:
All with a sense of
sameness with Africa,
who because of skin
color face poverty and
oppressio...
Part of the African Nation:
•Europeans •Arabs
•Indians and others
Living in Africa who
commit national suicide,
unite with...
We say we are
Africans and we
feel like we are
Africans.
We are Africans because we SAY we are!
Africa: our national homeland
Africa is the national
homeland of all
black people
worldwide.
The identity of the
African n...
Part II: Key Points on the
African Nation
European nation built on slavery
The European or white
nation built on the
assault on Africa, the
kidnapping,
enslavement ...
White Nation consolidated through
parasitism
The consolidation of
the white nation is
tied to the birth of
parasitic capit...
White Nation: Bourgeois Nation
The white nation
was born as a
bourgeois and
imperialist nation.
White nation sits on pedestal of colonialism
The whole white nation,
including workers, the
middle class and the
ruling cl...
White workers’ unity with white ruling class
White workers have
general unity with their
ruling class on the
imperialist d...
False colonial borders imposed on Africa
European imperialism
imposed colonial borders
to divide Africa and
facilitate the...
Africans are colonized wherever we are
African people
throughout the world
exist under some form of
colonial domination or...
We produce, reproduce life for White Nation
African people have
produced and
reproduced life for white
people and others f...
Marcus Garvey, African National Liberation
The Garvey Movement with 11
million members around the
world, and program of “A...
Imperialism, African petty bourgeoisie attacked
Garvey
The Garvey
Movement was
attacked by the U.S.
government, the
Africa...
“Black Belt South” invented to undermine Garvey
In the wake of the popularity of
Garvey Movement, the white-
led Communist...
National consolidation is historical necessity
In order for African
people everywhere to
survive and prosper it is
histori...
Rise of African nation, fall of white nation
The African Nation will be
consolidated through the
defeat of the white
bourg...
Build the ASI to unite and free the African
nation!
It is the responsibility of every
African throughout the world to
join...
Withering away of the
bourgeois state
The liberation of the African
nation will make possible the
withering away of the bo...
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“We are not a race, but a nation of people forcibly dispersed across the globe!”
- Chairman Omali Yeshitela

As the imperialist crisis grows in the face of worldwide resistance, African people want to know, “Who are we? What is our identity? What is the African nation and what is our role in it?”

Chairman Omali states, “I am an African! Period!” He shows us that we are not African-Americans or any other hyphenated hybrid imposed on us by our colonial slave masters.

Find out why the Chairman calls the struggle against racism a “self-defeating waste of time.”

It is our responsibility and destiny to consolidate the African nation by uniting and liberating Africa and African people everywhere.

Learn how African people can overturn the brutal colonial conditions we face around the world and why we must take on this historic struggle for One Africa! One Nation!

African People's Socialist Party
apspuhuru.org
uhurunews.com

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The African Nation

  1. 1. THE AFRICAN NATION Political Education Study led by Chairman Omali Yeshitela
  2. 2. Chairman Omali Yeshitela’s theory of African Internationalism
  3. 3. Part I: Defining the African nation Who is an African?
  4. 4. The African Nation is: •a community of people with core identity based on historical ties to the equatorial continent of black Africa Creating •a common culture • history •physiognomy (physical features of an ethnic group).
  5. 5. Who is a part of the African nation? •All Africans on the continent of Africa.
  6. 6. Part of the African Nation: All African people everywhere who have been forcibly dispersed through slavery and colonialism.
  7. 7. Part of the African Nation: All with a sense of sameness with Africa, who because of skin color face poverty and oppression: •Dalit in India, •Indigenous of Australia •Asia-Pacific Islanders Indigenous people of Australia
  8. 8. Part of the African Nation: •Europeans •Arabs •Indians and others Living in Africa who commit national suicide, unite with the African working class and abandon allegiance to predatory, colonial relationship to African people.
  9. 9. We say we are Africans and we feel like we are Africans. We are Africans because we SAY we are!
  10. 10. Africa: our national homeland Africa is the national homeland of all black people worldwide. The identity of the African nation is firmly, irreversibly affixed to Africa!
  11. 11. Part II: Key Points on the African Nation
  12. 12. European nation built on slavery The European or white nation built on the assault on Africa, the kidnapping, enslavement of African people and the colonial attack on the majority of the world.
  13. 13. White Nation consolidated through parasitism The consolidation of the white nation is tied to the birth of parasitic capitalism born at the expense of the brutal suffering of African people.
  14. 14. White Nation: Bourgeois Nation The white nation was born as a bourgeois and imperialist nation.
  15. 15. White nation sits on pedestal of colonialism The whole white nation, including workers, the middle class and the ruling class sit on the pedestal of the oppression of African and other colonized peoples.
  16. 16. White workers’ unity with white ruling class White workers have general unity with their ruling class on the imperialist domination and occupation of African people inside the U.S., in Africa, around the world.
  17. 17. False colonial borders imposed on Africa European imperialism imposed colonial borders to divide Africa and facilitate the theft of our resources to enrich Europe and North America and to repress African people.
  18. 18. Africans are colonized wherever we are African people throughout the world exist under some form of colonial domination or indirect neocolonial rule by the European-U.S. imperialist state.
  19. 19. We produce, reproduce life for White Nation African people have produced and reproduced life for white people and others for centuries, creating immeasurable wealth for the white nation and others while we live in poverty.
  20. 20. Marcus Garvey, African National Liberation The Garvey Movement with 11 million members around the world, and program of “Africa for the Africans, those at home and those abroad,” is the best organizational evidence of the sense of sameness shared by Africans worldwide.
  21. 21. Imperialism, African petty bourgeoisie attacked Garvey The Garvey Movement was attacked by the U.S. government, the African Petty bourgeoisie and the white left.
  22. 22. “Black Belt South” invented to undermine Garvey In the wake of the popularity of Garvey Movement, the white- led Communist Party created a resolution wrongly stating that black people in the U.S. constitute a nation only in the “Black Belt South.”
  23. 23. National consolidation is historical necessity In order for African people everywhere to survive and prosper it is historical necessity to consolidate the African nation and destroy all of the imperialist-imposed borders.
  24. 24. Rise of African nation, fall of white nation The African Nation will be consolidated through the defeat of the white bourgeois, imperialist nation.
  25. 25. Build the ASI to unite and free the African nation! It is the responsibility of every African throughout the world to join the African People’s Socialist Party, build the African Socialist International to liberate and unify Africa and African people everywhere.
  26. 26. Withering away of the bourgeois state The liberation of the African nation will make possible the withering away of the bourgeois state and usher in socialism led by formerly oppressed and colonized workers and poor peasants. The system of parasitic capitalism will be destroyed.

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