i didn't say whites should battle but ok. I think in this case, white people cannot lead but follow all black people in this fight against white-privilege by any means necessary. As Dr. Cornelius West says, you cannot get out of the system 100%, but you can get out of the most evil parts and strive to limit Babylons influence. Some ideas come to mind such as pulling money out of banks (or white owned banks), demanding equal and transparent job application reviews, educational application reviews, equal pay, full accountability and punishment for abuse of power ( police or anyone else) and so on. This is just off the top of my head.
Equal to who?
Equal to ANYONE in the sense of completely erasing the power white people(supremacists in power) or anyone else has over blacks or anyone else in the sense of rising to equal amounts of power, protection,education,independence and so on. Until the issue of color truly and honestly is no longer present, the battle continues.
Again, as a white man i have no intention of telling any African how and what they should do and how this should be achieved. All i can say is lead the way and you can count on me for full support as long as this struggle does not maintain and emphasize the assumption that white people as a whole carry the sin and responsibility of slave masters, dictators, racist, white supremacists. Do i INDIRECTLY have advantages because of I skin color in a system that was created by evil people with the same skin color? Yes. Is it my fault or my sin or my mistake? Hell no.
This is the only thing I refuse to accept. The rest-for ini we are one and so it shall be, there to fight right on the line next to you.
These are I thoughts in general, i know some of you may not accept it or have a different view, which i fully overs and accept.
Izez to the Most High, Haile Selassie I, Jah RasTafari!