There are small groups of black people that are part of what is referred to as the “black conscious”, “RBG”, “Pan-African” movement or community. This community of black people include groups or factions such as the radical black muslims, the black “hebrew israelites”, the nuwaupians, the “moors” and the black panthers. All of these small groups of black americans can be properly identified as black nationalists.

The commonly held beliefs and theories for black nationalists include:

  • Belief that they have ancient egyptian heritage (unsubstantiated beliefs)
  • Belief that black people are superior to all other races (which is racist)
  • Belief that all black people are the same
  • Belief that “true black people” have the darkest skin
  • Belief that black people should only date or marry black people
  • Belief that self-imposed segregation at every level of society would be progressive
  • Belief that black people are inherently kings/queens or gods/goddesses (total bullshit)
  • Belief that the black woman is god
  • Belief that white people are devils or that they are inherently evil
  • Belief that black people are better at doing everything
  • Belief that there should be a political party specifically for black people
  • Belief that bringing the past forward into the present or future is progressive

The beliefs held by black nationalists reflect those of white nationalists in almost every way. The black nationalist can rightly be called a “negro-nazi”.  A “Negro-Nazi” is a black person that subscribes to nazi (nationalist) ideology, politics, and philosophy that has been modified to fit the pursuits of the far-right black nationalist community. The Negro-Nazi cleverly disguises racism as doctrine, belief as progress and proselytism/syncretism as culture. The “Negro-Nazi” or Black Nationalist community is the far-right black community. Many Negro-Nazis believe that they have ancient Egyptian heritage yet have absolutely no evidence of that claim. There is a small number of Negro-Nazis/Black Nationalists that also believe that the black people of North America are indigenous to North America. The Negro-Nazi also believes that Africa holds the answers and solutions that they seek yet many Negro-Nazis have never been to Africa.

Negro-Nazi/Black Nationalist leaders and activists include people such Umar Johnson, Sara Suten Seti, Young Pharaoh Allah, Dr. York (dying in prison right now), Louis Farrakhan, Polight and Boyce Watkins amongst several others. The common modus operandi of negro-nazi leaders and activists include heavy use of YouTube, racist public debates, racist rants, no true business, grandstanding, and paralogy amongst other things. The Negro-Nazi does not understand that screaming “black power” is just as racist as screaming “white power”. They don’t see that black racism is just as bad as white racism. Many negro-nazis are inclined to perpetuating the false notion that black people cannot be racist. There is a problem with that notion…being that racism is defined as the belief that a race is superior to others. Being racist is hinged on the belief of racial superiority. Neo-Nazis believe that white people are superior to all other people. Negro-Nazis believe that black people are superior to all other races. Both the white nationalist and the black nationalist are racist because of their belief in racial superiority. Anybody can be a racist or have racist beliefs. Therefore, black people can indeed be racist. The primary difference between white racism and black racism is that black racism is not being institutionally enforced throughout western society due to the dominance of European culture in the western world.

Any person, group or faction within the far-right black community is not associated with the Noonebu community and we do not tolerate, support, promote or condone negro-nazism/black nationalism. We condemn the black nationalist/negro-nazi community and everybody/anybody associated with it or in it. The Negro-Nazi/Black Nationalist is delusional, racist, ignorant and are a major enemy of social, cultural, and economic progress for all people.

Note: The Noonebu community does not agree with what we call the “negro-nazi”. No negro-nazi can ever be an adherent of Noonebu culture, philosophy, and science.