بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
As-Salaamu ‘Alaikum Beloved And Beautiful Revolutionary Asiatic Black Sisters!!!
If you are familiar with the “Revolutionary” community in Los Angeles, then you surely know of Brother Dedan Kimathi of the All-African Peoples Revolutionary Party (AAPRP). I met the brother years ago when I was President of the Student Chapter at Cal State Long Beach.
Of course, when I became a Muslim, I realized that neither the AAPRP nor any other non-Muslim organization would be successful in securing Freedom, Justice and Equality for the so-called American Negroes.
However, when I discovered that there was a prominent historical figure by the same name, I was inclined to learn more about the former.
I learned he was a leader of the MAU MAUs (whom I had heard of by way of the movie “Bamboozled” which is my favorite fictional movie). The MAU MAUs were a revolutionary organization that fought against the British colonization of Kenya in the early 1950s.
We have all heard the saying, “I would rather die on my feet than live on my knees….”
Well, you’ve probably never heard the complete saying.
“I Would Rather Die On My Feet Than Live On My Knees
FOR FEAR OF COLONIAL RULE.”
Because of his determination in defending his nation against Devil Caucasian Imperialism, he is definitely someone we, as the slaves of the Christian American Devil Caucasians, should know about and also teach our children about.