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Brother Polight, SaRa Sutin Seti, and Young Pharaoh’s Dilemma

Brother Polight, SaRa Sutin Seti, and Young Pharaoh’s Dilemma.

There are a number of individuals within the Black community who have gained popularity primarily for their efforts to wake the community up from under the spell of religion and the degenerating effects of popular culture. Some people refer to them as Ghetto Scholars while others view them as self-promoting opportunists.

Whatever the real story is we must understand that these individuals are serving a purpose. The main purpose that Ghetto Scholars serve is to provide an alternative view of Black history, culture, and Spirituality so that Black people may become inspired to embark on their own journey of personal discovery.

Some Black people who are looking for Revolutionaries to follow blindly or are too lazy to engage in self-improvement, will not see the benefit of Ghetto Scholars but they will also benefit from the process as they attempt to rebuff them and seek alternatives.

A Ghetto Scholar is an individual who is highly motivated to obtain knowledge about Black history and culture that has been purposely omitted from public record. They then use that knowledge to rebuff the false narrative and stereotypes that stigmatize and cripple the development of Conscious Black Minds.

Knowledge that most Ghetto Scholars possess is not recognized through the certificate programs of established Universities therefore, their knowledge can only be weighed by the effect it produces within the community.    

Important to understand is that although the term Ghetto Scholar is being applied to defenders of various religions like Islam, Christianity, and Judaism, that is not true Ghetto Scholarship as religion is recognized by the Black Conscious community as a tool of indoctrination, not mental freedom.

True Ghetto Scholarship is afforded to people who seek to raise the level of Black Consciousness in a non-religious, non-colonial way. Individuals who have also become indoctrinated by political ideologies such as conservatism and socialism are also considered unconscious as they will tend to defend the wrongs of their peers by suppressing their own conscience.  

Through the years, Ghetto Scholars have attempted to reach the masses in numerous ways. However, thanks to Social media in the new millennium their message is finally reaching a wider audience. Among the Ghetto Scholars who have excelled in the Social Media age are Polight, SaRa Suten Seti, Young Pharaoh, Akh and the Dagger Squad, Shakka Ahmose, Mfundishi, Red and Blue Pill, and many others.

Most Ghetto Scholars were also assisted by popular videographer and entrepreneur SaNeter of SaNeter TV. He has been instrumental in this new era of the Black Conscious movement by acting as a mediator between the various factions as well as documenting the New York Black Consciousness scene from the streets to the events and debates.  

Ghetto Scholars are not born with knowledge; they acquire their knowledge through a process of using common sense and intelligence to build a framework of information that is beneficial to Black Consciousness. The process is often a difficult one as non-institutional knowledge is often acquired through (life experience) or living and learning.

It is a process of creating (social bonds) that are not easily broken. For instance; Polight started out as a homeless youth on the New York streets before becoming a feared Crip gang member. His consciousness was steered through associating with Islamic organizations before embarking on his own business and educational endeavors.

SaRa Sutin Seti comes from a family with deep Islamic ties within his Detroit community. His consciousness was steered in a Kemitic direction through a desire to learn all he can about Afrakan history through several Kemitic master teachers, particularly Dr Ben-Jochannan.

Young Pharaoh is a self-professed former gang member from the streets of Buffalo NY. He has little formal education but a keen learning ability to enables him to comprehend information that most find complex. It was while serving time in jail awaiting trial on several Drug and Gun charges that he begun to take his unique learning ability seriously.

In each case, the process of psychological development involved (bonding) with individuals and ideologies that are very difficult to abandon due to the personal oaths of loyalty people often make in order to (fit in) with others. If you are born into a family that is deeply religious then you will become indoctrinated by that religion.

If you get initiated into a gang there is an expectation of deep loyalty that can only be broken by death depending on the reputation of that gang. There is no two ways about it. Human nature is all about the (bonds) we create for comfort and acceptance. Each person’s ability to transcend those bonds also speaks of their mental strength or Consciousness.

In recent month, the Black Conscious movement has been experiencing a lot of turmoil. Prominent figures such as Polight, Sara Sutin Seti, and Young Pharaoh have distanced themselves from being labelled members of any so-called unified Black Consciousness community.

Polight has embarked on a worldwide endeavor to find “Spiritual Truth”, as he says but we know that he won’t find it because no one knows the Spirit like Professor MOmOh of the Dohgon. He knows that the Key to Spiritual understanding lies within the human Brain and Mind. All religions and spiritual practices attempt to take people’s focus away from their personal wants and needs and direct them toward a divine or outer force.

SaRa Sutin Seti and Young Pharaoh have taken on the Nation of Islam in a war of words that has escalated into threats and accusations of harassment. Many people are saying the dispute may not end well for the two prominent Ghetto Scholars as the NOI is a very powerful organization.

The power of the NOI lies in their organizing ability that was developed through the self-discipline of Islam. If people only knew the Brain and Mind like the Dohgon they would know that Religion is all about self-discipline and there is no religion more self-disciplined than Islam. The result is that when they put their efforts into a task, they have the willpower to see it through.

Be wise and don’t let your egos get you in trouble brothers because the Spiritual Essence of the Universe is actively working on the Conscience of the religious; slowly chipping away at their corrupt ideologies 24/7.  

Self discipline is active process of controlling and suppressing one’s (Desire) but replacing one desire with another is useless. Know that until we learn to control our egotistical desires for Sex, Money, Power, and Influence, we will remain broken individuals, never able to address our real Desires for Racial and Cultural liberty.

Furthermore, Black Consciousness, whether unified or not, will always exist as long as there are examples to follow or not to follow and as long as Black people continue to become indoctrinated into religious and ideological mind traps that serve to maintain our subservient social condition.  

Why Ghetto Scholars Are Important in the Black Community

There is a wave of consciousness sweeping over Black America. This wave is nowhere near cresting; it’s just beginning to generate momentum. Black people gaining knowledge about their true identity and abilities created this wave. Emerging out of this wave to claim leadership are individuals known as Ghetto scholars.

A Ghetto scholar is someone who gains respect and notoriety in the community for his or her ability to dispense knowledge that uplifts the Black community. Many people are dismissing these Ghetto Scholars however, as no more than self-centered individuals trying to gain attention. The internal conflicts that they generate within the community are leading many people to ask; are Ghetto scholars important in the Black community.

Never mind the conflicts that they generate, Ghetto scholars are indeed important in the Black community for one particular reason. Ghetto scholars create a wide range of discourse at a level where education and acquiring knowledge is often seen as irrelevant and “not cool”. Organized debates between Ghetto scholars about religion, history, science, and even politics spread information and knowledge to people who never considered the importance of such information before.

Like sports athletes and Rap stars, Ghetto scholars become idols that people follow and defend among each other and in the wider community. On Youtube for instance, regular people are posting their own videos defending their particular idol whether it be Young Pharaoh, Polight, SaRa Sutin Seti, the Ankh squad, and others. In order to defend or rebuff a Ghetto scholar’s message one has to do his or her own research or risk looking like a fool.

When street gangs decided to Break-dance battle instead of fighting crime rates dropped. When Rappers decided not to respond to dissing with violence but battle rapped instead their talents developed and Hip Hop grew to be the biggest music genre in the world. It is the same competitive process that will propel individuals to increase their knowledge in order to make a name for themselves in the community. That indirect influence on raising the strength and breath of the wave of consciousness is why Ghetto scholars are important in the Black community.