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    Pan Afrikan National Boycott

    Taking BACK our Communities bv using our TRILLION DOLLAR spending power!


    July 1, 2013 - July 31, 2013

    P.A.N.B. 7113


    Companies Boycotted:

    All Charitable Organizations BP Gas Stations and subsidiaries Burger King Wendys

    American Airlines Shell Gas Stations Starbucks GAP Stores Phillip Morris H&M

    Kentucky Fried Church Body Shop Walmart Nationwide Insurance

    State Farm Insurance

    Eckerds Drug Stores Hertz Rent-a-Car All Record Companies

    Asian Beauty Supply Kmart Sears

    JC Pennys ALL convenience stores All Chinese restaurants

    ***Do not open any Lines of Credit/Bank Accounts at White-owned Banks***

    Movies Theaters Liquor Stores Lottery Tickets Shopping Malls

    Shopping Plazas

    Automated Car Washes White-owned Bookstores Dennys Restaurants

    LaQuinta Hotels

    Hooters Bar Days Inn Hotels Super 8 Motels

    All Jewelry Stores *(no gold or diamond purchases)

    *Non-Black owned Dry Cleaners Non-Black owned Barbers/Hair Salons

    Non-Black Nail Salon (manicure&pedicure)


    All advertisers to Fox News Local newspapers Magazine subscriptions

    Calling Cards ALL Cellphone companies


    ***Do not purchase Appliances, Homes, or Automobiles****


    We must flex our spending MUSCLES by any means necessary!!!

  • #2
    Attn: Ladies between the ages of 13 - 44 years old.

    Ladies, start loving yourselves. Pull off the wigs, rip out the weave tracks and ask the God/Goddesses of your Ancestors to forgive you for not honoring the DIVINE'S creation, your natural hair.

    Many of you have been distance from the National Boycott due to disagreeing on boycotting the Asians weave and other beauty products in their stores. Did you know that YOU are sending their children to private schools, BUYING them additional homes and businesses while supporting your own oppression? The Asians have the Weave and Beauty industries on LOCKDOWN. A consortium of Health & Beauty professionals can not penetrate the tight international markets for the Weave. Mind you, the Hair Weave market is supported by 97% of Black women GLOBALLY.

    WE ask for your solidarity in send those bloodsucker in our communities a message during the Pan Afrikan National Boycott on July 1 - July 31, 2013 that we are taking our communities and TRILLION Dollar spending Power back!

    I have had numerous emails about Sistahs fearful because their husbands have NEVER seen their natural hair even though they have been married 10 - 14 years. This boycott is much bigger than your insecurities. Support the Pan AFrikan National Boycott (PANB7113) on Jully 1 - July 31, 2013

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    • #3
      Greetings Everyone
      I am submitting a starter list of financial resources to help you develop a financial plan for your family. Feel free to add other resources that are useful in securing our economic future.
      https://www.carverbank.com/home/home
      http://moneywithamission.com/
      http://www.blackonomics.com/
      http://blackanomics.com/index2.php
      http://www.amazon.com/Blackonomics-J.../dp/1881524922
      http://www.youtube.com/user/blackonomics
      http://ussif.org/
      http://www.socialfunds.com/
      http://www.fool.com/
      http://money.cnn.com/
      http://individualinvestor.com/
      http://www.firstaffirmative.com/
      http://ujamaajr.com/Ujamaa_Jr._Website/Home.html
      http://finance.dir.groups.yahoo.com/group/ujamaaclub/?

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      • #4
        Black-owned Investment Firms.

        http://www.littleafrica.com/resource...tmentbanks.pdf

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        • #5
          Taking back our community I agree with you but we have to learn to organize and unite ourself.

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          • #6
            Brother Tariq, the Boycott alone will build unity thereby forcing many to talk to each other about our economic power. There will be naysayers in any movement; however, we must forge ahead, support the Boycott, and LEAD by example. IT CAN BE DONE, and IT WILL BE DONE. The success of this movement will send a vital ECONOMIC message to Wallstreet, white-owned corporations, and the bloodsuckers (Asians, Chaldeans, Mexicans, and Indian shopkeepers) in our local communities. WE MUST DO SOMETHING!...Our Ancestors supports this noble effort. No more marching, singing, and protesting in the streets. Whites MONEY more than anything on earth, and we need to deny them the capital to fuel Global white supremacy and its marginalization of our people. This movement can move so much on so many level. Imagine forcing the Ho-bama administration into ordering a Justice Department investigations on police lynchings, injustice in the courts, and Privatized Prisons and the Prison Industrial Complex. Secondly, imagine demanding our needs being met on an INTERNATIONAL LEVEL such as changing foreign policy and it affect on Africa (AFRICOM). We must develop leaders within our communities who will not betray us. Let's face it, there is no Black leadership....ABSOLUTELY NONE! 93& of Afrikan-Amerikkkans re-elected Ho-Bama and he has done NOTHING but advance Homosexuality and Gay marriage, immigrants, white women, Banks, and white-owned corporations. Exactly where do the grassroot Afrikan-Amerikkkan fit into this agenda? The fraudulent Black Leadership who is in Congress (Congressional Black Caucus) are sellouts who have no agenda on the table for us. What are we waiting for?...Are we waiting to be RE-ENSLAVED????!!! That can happen as well, my Brother.

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            • #7
              Is there another currency you prefer besides "federal reserve notes"?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Ebe Baraka Okebulani View Post
                Pan Afrikan National Boycott

                Taking BACK our Communities bv using our TRILLION DOLLAR spending power!


                July 1, 2013 - July 31, 2013

                P.A.N.B. 7113


                Companies Boycotted:

                All Charitable Organizations BP Gas Stations and subsidiaries Burger King Wendys

                American Airlines Shell Gas Stations Starbucks GAP Stores Phillip Morris H&M

                Kentucky Fried Church Body Shop Walmart Nationwide Insurance

                State Farm Insurance

                Eckerds Drug Stores Hertz Rent-a-Car All Record Companies

                Asian Beauty Supply Kmart Sears

                JC Pennys ALL convenience stores All Chinese restaurants

                ***Do not open any Lines of Credit/Bank Accounts at White-owned Banks***

                Movies Theaters Liquor Stores Lottery Tickets Shopping Malls

                Shopping Plazas

                Automated Car Washes White-owned Bookstores Dennys Restaurants

                LaQuinta Hotels

                Hooters Bar Days Inn Hotels Super 8 Motels

                All Jewelry Stores *(no gold or diamond purchases)

                *Non-Black owned Dry Cleaners Non-Black owned Barbers/Hair Salons

                Non-Black Nail Salon (manicure&pedicure)


                All advertisers to Fox News Local newspapers Magazine subscriptions

                Calling Cards ALL Cellphone companies


                ***Do not purchase Appliances, Homes, or Automobiles****


                We must flex our spending MUSCLES by any means necessary!!!
                This is great. Is there a website for this?

                Pan Afrikan National Boycott
                ???? Isn't this a global boycott because all these companies and situations are global?

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                • #9
                  Many of these companies are global; however, we must lead COLLECTIVELY by example before approaching our Carribean, Central and South Amerikkkan, and Afrikan Families. The website will be released in stage 3 (May 2013). We must be willing to bleed the pockets of those who systemically support our oppression and marginalization. IT CAN BE DONE.....IT WILL BE DONE!!!

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Ebe Baraka Okebulani View Post
                    Attn: Ladies between the ages of 13 - 44 years old.

                    Ladies, start loving yourselves. Pull off the wigs, rip out the weave tracks and ask the God/Goddesses of your Ancestors to forgive you for not honoring the DIVINE'S creation, your natural hair.

                    Many of you have been distance from the National Boycott due to disagreeing on boycotting the Asians weave and other beauty products in their stores. Did you know that YOU are sending their children to private schools, BUYING them additional homes and businesses while supporting your own oppression? The Asians have the Weave and Beauty industries on LOCKDOWN. A consortium of Health & Beauty professionals can not penetrate the tight international markets for the Weave. Mind you, the Hair Weave market is supported by 97% of Black women GLOBALLY.

                    WE ask for your solidarity in send those bloodsucker in our communities a message during the Pan Afrikan National Boycott on July 1 - July 31, 2013 that we are taking our communities and TRILLION Dollar spending Power back!

                    I have had numerous emails about Sistahs fearful because their husbands have NEVER seen their natural hair even though they have been married 10 - 14 years. This boycott is much bigger than your insecurities. Support the Pan AFrikan National Boycott (PANB7113) on Jully 1 - July 31, 2013

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                    I think you have to go younger than 13. I've seen extensions in 5 yrs old hair too (mother's fault). I wish our women would get more on board with this. Those weaves DON'T look natural. You're a woman standing around people with str8 hair (white, spanish, asian) and yours looks fake. They're making money off of you, while laughing behind our backs.

                    Black/Afrikan woman you are naturally beautiful. Stop using those fake "beauty" enhancements that suppress your naturally beauty IMO.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Ebe Baraka Okebulani View Post
                      Many of these companies are global; however, we must lead COLLECTIVELY by example before approaching our Carribean, Central and South Amerikkkan, and Afrikan Families. The website will be released in stage 3 (May 2013). We must be willing to bleed the pockets of those who systemically support our oppression and marginalization. IT CAN BE DONE.....IT WILL BE DONE!!!
                      Are they going to add more companies by May 3?

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                      • #12
                        Any updates yet?

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                        • #13
                          Is there an update on this yet?

                          TX

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                          • #14
                            How can we somehow insure that blacks aren't stepped on, famished, left in poverty, terrorized, and held back on purpose. Many horrible things and terrorizing things are being done to us. Right now they are doing it in privately and secretly without other blacks knowing of the harrassment many of us face. It would be nice if we could ensure education and vocational training for us.

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                            • #15
                              We have to support each other before we start making demands. We need underground railroads (places to live, people willing to let others stay with them, places to educate ). It may be time to have a peaceful marches at state capitals. The only way all blacks will know of the abuse is to confront the government. I don't know why other blacks are so unaware, it's obvious that we are dying and our men are malnourished, too short, have lost their brilliance and muscle tone, and aren't as strong, sophisticated, and manly as they should be. Many people don't care we are being harassed and terrorized. Many of us are attacked and have no support at all. it's getting worse.

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