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Thread: A History of Clarence 13X (Allah) and the Five Percenters

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    Yes, I think it has an uplifting message that boosts confidence in the people the message is aimed at.

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    ^Agree. Seems less hostile than many other black movements. More about enlightenment and improving self.


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    Quote Originally Posted by b-dolo View Post
    Honestly I think it is a way for black men to feel uplifted about themselves. I remember seeing a interview with some Wu memebers saying how it made them feel more positive about being black men. Will have to search for it and share. Honestly though, setting everthing aside,I have found that so many people, even those who I looked up to and respected, are very ignorant to ideals that are easily deciphered to be false or misleading.
    I agree. I guess it's something people can talk about as an accomplishment in life. I don't see how. I've never been big on this stuff.
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    The Wu Tang manual also delves into some of its teachings and how it can be a positive ideal for black males.


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