September 21, 2021

37 thoughts on “Bla Xit interviews Afrakan Pickiney

  1. We need to develop a trade network for travelers; so that people moving forward to Africa bring goods that they can sell to pay for their overhead. If and when they return to the West, they would bring goods from Africa to sell. This could lead to a network of cooperatives throughout the Continent. Nuff Raspect!

  2. Uhuru! Freedom! Great information. I am vybing with the luv for the continent. I had to learn the hard way not to tell anyone of your repatriation plans only likeminded people – our Alkebulan ("African") people have been so brainwashed that they will give you every negative energy than can muster to keep you in the US in enslavement and not home and free. I wanted to get Mansa's channel information and also the name of the song at the end this video – it's smooth and sweet. Keep the good work.

  3. This is amazing, I love y’all natural hair, keep doing what y’all are doing! I’m right with y’all ❤️🙏🏽🙏🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽✊🏽✊🏽that’s what I want to do rent and buy, it’s better that way

  4. Keep up the good work Bla Xit. I hope you are a centripetal force and never get caught up in some of the nonsense I see going on. We are different because we are individuals. These differences should be used to elevate the cause, not divide it. Stay woke. This is not a competition amongst ourselves. Please make your appeal to all in the Black Diaspora, not to a certain set. All our ancestors came across the Middle Passage; some dropped off in Barbados first, then up the rest of the Atlantic coast. Stay woke and don't get drawn into this subtle competition that is being 'guised under compliment to others. Stay WOKE!

    I wish these two young persons all the best. With patience, I know your dreams will be fulfilled. And Juliet and Mansa, keep looking out for these young people, as I see you doing. Juliet, I like the extent of your reach; I like it also that you have reached Black intellectuals on the continent. Every category is needed on board.

    Adrian, I know you are a behind the scenes person but just letting you know that you have not gone unnoticed. Behind every successful Black woman, is a strong Black man. Keep holding up Juliet's hand.

    I don't have a problem with God, so I end by saying "God bless you all"; those in front of the camera and those who work behind the scenes.

  5. Juliet Ryan you are such a blessing to our people!! I pray that my hubby and family will be blessed to repatriate from Babylon. This was an excellent video. Peace and many blessings to you and Adrian. Love you lots my sistah!! Big hugs and ups to The Bla xit family. 😊💓

  6. This is what I am talking 👄, if we can do this for one person why can't you juilet look at what is needed in Gambia and let's make it work we can do this, who else agrees.

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