Monday, May 24, 2010
Parable of the Negro
Parable of the Negro
M There are insulting rumors buzzing around that PN is a real N ! AB
M replies to AB: I rather be a real N than a fake N!
Marvin X loves being a Negro or so called Negro, since Elijah taught us there is no such thing as a Negro, he is a fictional being in the mythology of white supremacy. The Negro is in reality a Divine being, a being of supreme spiritual consciousness, the Master Builder, who laid the corner stone, the stone the builders rejected, the black stone.
He was like Hiram Biff, knocked in the head and left in a shallow grave of ignorance, deaf, dumb and blind, without knowledge of self and kind.
But his uncle came to him in the wilderness of North America and wakened him to knowledge of self and kind, otherwise known as Supreme Wisdom. We give praise to Marcus Garvey, Noble Drew Ali, Master Fard Muhammad, Elijah Muhammad, Malcolm X, Martin Luther King, Jr., for the spiritual awakening of the so called Negro, aka Aboriginal Asiatic Black Man, the Maker, Owner, Father and God of the planet earth.
This is essential wisdom, black studies 101. If you don't know this, you know nothing of black history and mythology, which are one, history and mythology are essentially one story. The myth cannot exist without the history and the history cannot exist without the myth.
If you cannot accept the mythology of Elijah Muhammad and the mythology of Sun Ra, which are very similar, and both emanated from Chicago and Detroit, then you obviously accept Western mythology and/or African mythology, though neither are your primal mythology.
At this point you will have problems purchasing Marvin X's one hundred dollar book The Wisdom of Plato Negro, Parables/fables. You will dismiss him as a Negro, although he is far from being a Negro, in fact, he has been called the most free black man in non-free America!
So no matter how much you want to make him a Negro, and no matter how much he desires to be categorized as a Negro, since he cherishes the classical Negro culture of the 20s through the 60s, when black people had class, dignity and respect among themselves (no matter what the white man thought of them)yes, in the depths of segregation, yet there was Harlem, Fillmore,
Seventh Street, black restaurants, hotels, movie houses, clubs. Today you are Black, African American, Pan African, but you have nothing, Harlem is gone, Fillmore, Seventh Street, and elsewhere. Yet you so black , so African. In Oakland every black club has been closed down by the shake down police gang. Gentrification has eaten your asses alive, with blacks collaborating of course, yes, just as they did during slavery. So call me the so-called Negro.
Marvin X is the highest representation of Aboriginal black culture in the world. Why else would Dr. Nathan Hare call him still the undisputed king of Black Consciousness? Reader, do you sense a little of Muhammad Ali's bravado in Marvin X?
--Marvin X, aka Plato Negro