Dr. Amos Wilson’s Last Interview (1995)

It’s all a setup…

African Blood Siblings

Listen Siblings, I come in peace,

“All of us may not live to see the higher accomplishments of an African empire, so strong and powerful as to compel the respect of mankind, but we in our lifetime can so work and act as to make the dream a possibility within another generation.” — Marcus Garvey

Dr. Amos Wilson died in 1995 under mysterious circumstances.  Few understand how he died; yet the method appears similar to Dr. Khalid Muhammad’s death.  Both were warriors for the African race.  Dr. Amos Wilson asked:

“Why does the Black man say, “freedom is doing what I  want to do!” and why is it that every thing he “wants to do” enriches the European?”

In light of Marcus Garvey’s quotation (1920s), in light of Carter G. Woodson’s statements (1930s), but also in light of Ibn Battuta statement on our excellence (1300s) our work will reward…

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