In light of the recent fallout between Young Pharaoh & the Nation of Islam, I must say that I do not share the sentiments of most concerning certain aspects of his approach. Of course, I don't agree with Young Pharaohs Kemetic ideologies - Some diligent research will teach you that Egypt's spiritual system started in Sumer of the Mesopotamia. And, if we use Biblical correspondences, we will learn that Cain, Abel's older brother from the book of Genesis, highly influenced Sumerian culture under the guise of Sargon of Akkad - hence to why many religions have a virgin birth, and redeemed humanity story. Cain knew those prophecies before anyone. But that's neither here nor there. As a man, I can use my objective perspective and conclude that this particular situation may be distasteful, but it's still oh so necessary.
The Negro community have been bastardized since slavery. And when I say bastardized, I mean left with no identity. But ever since then, Christianity has become our adopted mother, and the Nation of Islam has become our adopted father, so we're going to have to endure a lot of hurt feelings and emotions to find out who we really belong to.
See, our mothers are the first to lie to us. They're the first to tell us that Jesus is white,and Santa Clause & the the tooth-fairy are real. Mothers are the people dressing their children up in costumes in celebration of all of these nonsensical holidays, for the sake of perpetuating a false sense of comfort & security. Christianity does the same thing with white Jesus, holidays, and perpetuating a false sense of comfort & security with Sunday sermons of love and joy, even though death and turmoil is all around us.
In essence, mothers still have a thing called female nature, which is governed by emotions. Being hot one minute, and then cold the next minute represents inconsistency, just like the multitudes of denominations found in Christianity. They claim to follow one Bible, but the baptists do it one way, while the protestants do it another way. It's all hot and cold like a woman's emotions.
The Nation of Islam
In a functional household, the father tends to be the disciplinarian. The medicine that's good for you but hard to swallow. Fathers are consistent, which is why the Nation of Islam isn't ridden with multitudes of denominations. There's a presence of masculine energy with the N.O.I and those that practice it. This is why people are warning Young Pharaoh of the harm that could come against him for speaking out against the Nation. As if to say, "Mommy will let you get away with it, but daddy don't like backtalk." And that's pretty much what Young Pharaoh was doing. He was back talking, because none of his talking points was new information, but it's talking points that our elders have swept under the rug out of fear of getting their butt whooped by "daddy."
Me, and everybody in the so called conscious community bangs on Christianity for breakfast lunch and dinner; we just know that those that represent the Nation of Islam are daddy's boys and they're likely to retaliate. But does that mean we remain silent in the face of blatant wrongs? No. I always preach that a man should be his OWN establishment, and his spirit should act as the fuel that propels him against the opposing establishments of religion, and anything else that degrades and exploits men. So in that regard, I must say that I do not fault Young Pharaoh for removing the rug that the N.O.I's dirt have been swept under.