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Don't Take Things Personally

By Sicebise Msengana







"Don't take every rejection or break up personally. Get over it and don't let it define who you are." - Sicebise Msengana



Africa Manhood Part 4

By Sicebise Msengana










I make no apologies! The African man is the only "crush" that a Black woman should aspire to have in her life. The African man is the only bull in the kraal.

African Manhood Part III: Xhosa Men

By Sicebise Msengana










Sacrifice is part of Afrikan manhood. We sacrifice ourselves for those we love.  Afrikan men practice love to Afrikan women by supporting Black families and providing leadership.

Angel of Death

By Sicebise Msengana






It was 9 p.m on a Saturday night and I was visiting a friend in hospital. As I was waiting for my turn; a girl about the age of 16 years was put on life support.

Success is Courage!

By Sicebise Msengana










I love this because life is not for failures and quitters. One of the dumbest things a person can do, is to give up. So cheer up and press foward.

The Black Man's Greatest Wealth: The Afrikan Woman

By Sicebise Msengana










The Black man's greatest wealth: In Xhosa, we have a proverb that says "Ubuhle bendoda zinkomo zayo", which means a man's attraction is judged by his cattle. Cattle in Xhosa symbolises wealth and material success.

White Scams Part IV: White Women are Culture Vampires

By Sicebise Msengana










Before we discuss this further, I noticed something very interesting. White females no matter how much they claim to "love" Afrikan male, they will never support his agenda whereas the Afrikan woman is very loyal to her man.

Become Happy Like Gods

By Sicebise Msengana










"Being godless is simply a great thing. We do not have to enslave ourselves with the nonsense beliefs and magical rituals of religions.  We know everything is over with this life. 

Weekend Inspiration: Baby Making Music by Luther Vandross

By Sicebise Msengana








Have you ever been in love? How does it feel to  constantly think about someone special?

Love can make us do CRAZY things at times. Scientific research has proven that love can make us act in ways that we would not normally do because of the feelings of love.

I'm 100% Xhosa and San-and Proud of it

By Sicebise Msengana










I'm 100% Afrikan. So no cave DNA for me and my people --Xhosa and San. Scientists believe that Bantu peoples migrated from West Africa 5000 years ago and arrived in Southern Africa more than 2000 years ago.

6 Ways Fear Prevents Us From Enjoying a Healthy Relationship

By Sicebise Msengana











One of the reasons why relationships are falling apart has to do with insecurities. Reason being that, some of us are very shallow men, and look for nothing more than a beautiful face and a big booty.

Weekend Inspiration

By Sicebise Msengana










1. Life is like a camera. Just focus on what’s important, capture the good times, develop from the negatives, and if things don’t turn out – take another shot. — Unknown

Signs That She is Cheating on You

By Sicebise Msengana












DISCLAIMER: I’m not an expert in relationship (or marriage) stuff. But I have dated women longer enough to figure out what the heck is on women’s minds. The best thing to do would probably be seeing a marriage/relationship counsellor.

African Manhood pt2

By Sicebise Msengana











African manhood: The family unit is ESSENTIAL to the black man’s DIGNITY. African men rarely talk about 'women’s weaves' and this and that, what dresses 'SHOULD Black women wear' and this and that etc.

Instead, we look at it as a way for black women to SURVIVE in a white supremacist society that is hostile to all black people—including those black folks who wear locks or wear their hair in its natural form.

Summer Reading List 2016

By Sicebise Msengana


















It’s that time of the year when I get to read books until 3 a.m. The objective of preserving oneself and disintegrating enemy troops is the basis of military, economic, social, cultural and political principles.

Revolution in Africa

By Sicebise Msengana








If you believe in Gandhian nonviolent fantasies or Dr. King’s warm message of ‘loving your enemies’, please ignore this. Nobody should teach Africans to suffer peaceful or make themselves martyrs in the name of nonviolence.  When it is far better to make martyrs of police states, police barbarians, colonial terrorists, mass murderers, enslavers, and war criminals.

The African man is The Only Teacher of the African child

By Sicebise Msengana











African manhood: White men and other non-black men (e.g. Arabs, Indians, Chinese etc.), cannot truly empower the black woman and her offspring—in the ECONOMIC, POLITICAL, SOCIAL, AND PSYCHOLOGICAL survival.

It takes an African man to teach the black child about black consciousness and how to be a black man/woman in this society.

~The African Love Movement~

African Manhood

By Sicebise Msengana











Everyone understands self-preservation and Group economics, except for African people. African people refuse to exercise collective economic, political, genetic and cultural action where we organise, arm( or fighting to destroy the enemy's military strength through military operations), finance a UNIFIED political agenda and establish revolutionary power.
When other ethnic groups such as Chinese,

Total Empowerment of the African People

By Sicebise Msengana











I’ve been following the developments in black America for some time. I can tell that our people in America are divided. The core tenets of white supremacy is dividing those who are conquered, in the hope of keeping the system alive. The gender wars between the black males and black females serve such a purpose.
 I was reading some comments on a so-called black feminist blog and I quote ‘I am so done with Black people-both males and females. Both of them are ardently anti Black woman and minds filled with internalized racism. I

Love

By Sicebise Msengana












Love
Love anti-white rants
Love abusing and mistreating women
Love being a hate teacher and an advocate of violence and murderous acts
Love harassing little girls and boys
Love denying education, health care, housing and public funds on the basis of skin colour, religion, gender and origin
Love being a self-righteous hypocrite
Love cancer
Love oppression
Love unprotected sex
Love hate