Kernel Commission

Summary of 2011 report examining the challenges facing “oppressed” people in 2012

We have found that racist behaviour/thought is not merely institutional; it relates to the authority/autonomy balance (AAB), that is; the desire for conflict that arises between the individuals attempt to be self-sustaining against the reality of living with/amongst others, in the context of a collective. The AAB refers to the tension between passion (autonomy) and duty (authority.)

we are trying to create a society free from the need of external surveillance; we are serving the needs of the community by reviewing the tenets it rests upon whilst asking: “how is this relevant”, “where is it going” and “what use does it have.” We have concluded that the commentators are not giving us what we should be getting. We have also arrived at the following conclusion:

People have been systematically miseducated; and this has led to dysfunctions which manifest in communication difficulties and psychological maladjustment; people are mysteries to themselves, programmed to perform according to false selves and to develop their identities out of illusions; building on these false foundations, they fail to be effective. Therefore, self-determination remains a remote possibility; it is denied by their limited conception; the people must understand who they have been trained by and how they’ve been trained;

In “trying” to do this, I am going to form a picture of the past; we are operating off of useless and untrue ideas that leave us in an unreality; to correct/amend this, we have to have “truth”; the “leaders” are “mislead”; their thinking is so superficial that they render useful information ineffective; currently, they’re mere cannon-fodder;

1. you must refresh people about who you are (someone providing an alternative insight and a refreshing perspective)
2. build upon last time (remind them of what you discussed, highlighting the need for continuity and legacy, critiquing then improving)

It is imperative they realise that they are operating in the context of “total war.” They are captive; a defeated and subjugated people that are in a dangerously dependent position; they are vulnerable, pitiful and effectively helpless; they are not “black”; they are “OPPRESSED.” Even if “Africa” (Alkebulan etc) is their home, “prison” is their reality. They must realise they are at the mercy of domination.

The context is white supremacy; the challenges are “the technological society” (i.e. economic dependency) and its many mechanisms which are barriers to self-determination; we are defeated/conquered and subjugated; we must fight a liberation struggle which will begin with a revolution of the mind; mechanistic-materialism (positive philosophy) has limited the mind; autonomous technology guides our thoughts and therefore, behaviour; it has structured and programmed thinking through exposure and codes;

Lies/deceptions have trained the people to ineffectively operate;
Oppressed people are in no situation to strategise
Oppressed people will continue the oppression until they see themselves outside of it
Oppressed people are disconnected; out of touch, alienated from SELF; lost connect;
Hilliard has outlined these dysfunctions/difficulties; these are the ends needing means,
These have not been acted upon these tenets because they have not been set apart or distinguished
This impedes self-determination; operate on the programmes of others that have been planted and programmed; false self as the real self;
Aiming to impart knowledge and encourage rationality; promoting effective functioning; proper perspective and transparent communication;
The context/perspective; you cannot judge something and understand it at the same time; the people have been denied access to useful ideas,
We know more than we need to know; we are in the “too much” information age
There has to be constructive purpose; notwithstanding non-specific, object-seeking,
Competent commentary maintains perspective; adept dimensions is a consultancy capacity
Goal: identity, trust and collaborative economics/self-determination;

Top lies
Willie Lynch; Positive Thinking; Self-Help; negative images; role-models; more jobs; better education; idol/hero worship; (spiel, red herrings)

Self-reliance; internet junkies; poverty pimps;

Effective functioning
Begin to record what people say, building on the shoulders of giants;
Review the information you are presented and determine whether or not it is useful (relevant) and constructively contributes;

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3 Responses to Kernel Commission

  1. Onitaset says:

    Is the “Kernel Commission” something big in Europe?

    • omalone1 says:

      oh no, this is neither green or white paper. It is simply a parody of the more infamous Kerner Commission Report of 1968. Curiously enough, I believe that alongside the 1965 Report you posted/mentioned on your page, the Kerner Commission was “momentous” document in modern America “history.”. It can be read in it’s entirety here:
      Again, however, the report revealed nothing new about the “causes” of disturbances, just as, I imagine, the 1965 report, revealed little about the causes of pathology. I will note, however, the interpretations of Allan Silver, who in 1968, summed up the nature and essence of non-responsiveness to grievances, stating:

      “the classical mob did not merely riot as a protest but because it expected to achieve something by its riot. It assumed that the authorities would be sensitive to its movement and probably also that they would make some immediate concessions… expression that integration in the tradition of riot itself… it was a feature of thee riots that they provided common people with a language by which in the absence of representative institutions or the ability to take part in them, they might articulately express the propertied classes through disorder and riot but America, however richly endowed with representative and responsive institutions, has not provided such a language for those in their cities who have long been outside their compass.”

      “… An obvious place to being to look at this response are the reports of commission occasioned by one or another riot… these reports date back to 1921 when the Chicago commission on race relations made its report on the 1919 riot in that city. In 1935 a riot in Harlem to a commission [being] appointed… apart from the scope and the more urgent tone [of] the Kerner report there is hardly an interpretative diagnosis of collective violence that is not fully anticipated by the earlier statements… [all] made their appearance in the reports as causal factors decades ago.”

      As Remi Kapo expressed in 1982, even here in Britain, we have the Team use the same distraction, settping up “Equality Commissions”, writings “Reports”, and having “investigations”, which never seem to be particularly conclusive.

  2. omalone1 says:

    One of the first witnesses to be invited to appear before this Commission was Dr. Kenneth B. Clark, a distinguished and perceptive scholar. Referring to the reports of earlier riot commissions, he said:

    “I read that report. . . of the 1919 riot in Chicago, and it is as if I were reading the report of the investigating committee on the Harlem riot of ’35, the report of the investigating committee on the Harlem riot of ’43, the report of the McCone Commission on the Watts riot. I must again in candor say to you members of this Commission—it is a kind of Alice in Wonderland—with the same moving picture re-shown over and over again, the same analysis, the same recommendations, and the same inaction.”

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