Wednesday, August 19, 2009

The Ansars Response to Marvin X on Mixon

A Response to Marvin X from The Ansars About Askari X & Lovelle Mixon
Posted on April 13, 2009 by Davey D

TO MARVIN X #1 4-10-09

The Difference with AEM is the Muslim name: Ansar

Anyone can call themselves by a Muslim name such as Ansar. However, the Muslim Name; Ansar is not a mere Nick name. In fact the Holy Quran states; evil is a bad nick name after faith. Muslims must take a Shahada to truly receive an Attribute [Name] of ALLAH.

The name Ansar comes from the history of Islam and Life of Prophet Muhammad. The Ansar were/are the Helpers of Muhammad. The Ansar [of Arabia] had a reputation of being warriors. Today many groups loosely apply the name to their movement or organization.

Thee True Ansar of This day sign a covenant kept in a Temple Registry in order to officially wear the name Ansar. They also change all of their ID’s legally. It is most notable to acknowledge that all throughout the world there are groups using the name Ansar. There is even a city in Palestine bearing the name Ansar.

Important to note also is, that there are some differences of beliefs of those Orthodox Muslims in the Middle East, and the Black (s/c African American Muslims) in the Nation of Islam. One most significant difference is the belief in a spook or invisible god, and a heaven in the sky.

This fact is; a most important point for reflection as we investigate the motive for Marvin X’s false presumptuous, slanderous, defaming, reckless, careless and potentially deadly writings [where he attempts slandering the Ansar by Associating them with the Deadly shooting of Police Officers in Oakland]. To do this Marvin X purposely misapplies and confuses several tenets of the teachings and ignores vast differences between the ideology or interpretation of eastern Muslims and those of the Nation of Islam. As well Marvin X totally fabricated portions of his writing to suite his bogus claim.

Not only are there differences in the Islamic teachings of the Middle East and those of The Nation of Islam here in the West. There is also a difference in the manner in which the majority of members inherit the faith. Most in the Middle East are born into Islam and facing a slightly different form of oppression than we “currently” face. While the young original Black American s/c Negroes inherit the faith by discovery, often this discovery happens in stages.

Anyone vaguely familiar with the plight of the American s/c Negros knows that 85% are steeped in the western stereo-typical image and hip hop/thug culture, which in many cases, is deemed as glorifying guns, drugs, sex and violence.

Regardless to an individual’s affinity, curiosity or fascination with any organized religious group, we should not assume they are properly espousing that group’s doctrine without research and proof, nor should we assume that they are registered members of that group without research and proof. In addition, there is also the fact of a persons membership standing. Aside from fairy tales etc, reality proves that some make resolutions, commitments, and join churches, synagogues, mosques etc, and later fall back to their old, weak, or evil ways. Should the Movement they at one time sought to become a part of, be guilty for their actions after their fall from grace? Think on it [we’ll come back to that].

There is much obvious evidence that Mr. Mixon was not an Ansar El Muhammad, nor even influenced by Islam whatsoever. Marvin X Himself whereas the X popularized by the Nation of Islam, yet certainly does not hold any official membership in the Nation of Islam, nor is the Nation of Islam responsible for his slanderous writings, simply because he somewhat falsely where’s an X. Most Muslims do not hide there faith as TV shows have popularized the term [Taqiyah] as Americas atmosphere against Muslims has not risen to that level of severity, however statements, false slanderous reckless penmanship as done by Marvin X could start or speed America up on this downward trend.

Even the DC Sniper gave his name as Muhammad, though he had no current, valid, or true affiliation with the Nation of Islam. Clearly Mixon utilized the name Mixon.

Askari X, as a young black man growing up in Oakland faced the same societal influences that most s/c African American males face, with a fascination into the Thug Life, He, Askari X was later introduced to The Socialist Ideology of The UHURU movement, and later to Islam as taught by Ansar El Muhammad. The neighborhood 72nd and Lacey Street was popularized in Askari X songs only after he was influenced by His fellow group Members RBG. That neighborhood is where some of them grew up. As young Black males, they began searching for knowledge at a young age, which is how they came to espouse some of the ideology of the UHURU Movement. They later and began unofficially studying some Ansar El Muhammad literature in 1988-89. At this time the only bona-fide Ansar El Muhammad study groups were in the prison, besides [of course] those students who were released from prison and reported to Richmond to meet and follow the Baldhead Man.

Askari experienced many of the growing pains as any other young Blackman searching to find himself, and upon finding Islam as taught by Ansar El Muhammad, He sought to be restored and reestablished on his righteous square. RBG released a five song maxi single in 1989, which influenced Askari to Later write the Album, Ward of The State, which boost him into neighborhood stardom. The neighborhood [72nd and Lacey] was somewhat effected, yet nothing near the ridiculous relation given by Marvin X. Many young African American males fascinated with the hip hop phenomenon, will conform to whatever will give them access to stardom. In addition many young black people naturally gravitate to Islam as it frees them from the deceptive false religions that evolved out of the Nicean Council.

Askari X espouses a mixture of ideologies, one being that of a revolutionary, who uses carnal weapons and guns to obtain freedom, along the lines of the Black Panthers and the Afrikan Peoples Socialist Party. The other being that of s/c Black Islam [Teachings of thee Nation of Islam] as taught by Ansar El Muhammad, Thee Select One, thee ALLAH Master J, which is foundated on the teachings of Thee Messenger, Thee Glorious Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad, which strictly forbids the use of or even possession of guns or carnal weapons of any sort. Askari Also mixes in various levels glorifying the Thug culture, slang, even drug use at times, all with an intent of capturing the imagination of African American youth with audio imagery similar to the conditions they grow up in. As any movie script writer, director, or producer, He [AskariX] without double standard could be innocent of any negative influence his songs may have on those who listen to his songs.

In addition, those who hear his songs may adopt some of his slogans, and even begin loosely referring to themselves by the name he promotes in the songs [Ansar or RBG]. Does this mean they are Official Members?

Of course this question relies heavily on the fact, of whether or not there is any such thing as an “Official Membership Organization.” Once an Official membership Organization is Established, a clear distinction can be easily made. Marvin X mentions the Founder of Ansar El Muhammad, yet mentions nothing of the fact that many students learned direct from the founder at a home in Richmond [which is considered the Holy City by Thee True Ansar. The neighborhoods around, 72nd and Lacey are not by any stretch of the imagination an Ansar Stronghold. Very few if any in or around that neighborhood know anything about Ansar El Muhammad, other than the name itself and the greeting “Sajada Lahu.”

A true Scholar, or good journalist, especially one who cares for black people would never, write such slanderous things about a group trying to help our struggling communities, and would never make such potentially deadly false associations in the weeks and aftermath of so many police killings.

A True scholar researches before rushing to try to catch the next trend of Popularity.

As with any Religious Ideology, there are those falsely claiming the faith, there are others who are purposely placed saboteurs, while others are innocently confused, then there are those sincere yet snared by societal addictions, yet with any good calling there are those who have achieved degrees of success in being restored to righteousness. You go tell that fox I do miracles today and tomorrow I am perfected, as Jesus stated, A friend of Politicians and sinners, yet wisdom is justified by the children.

Thee True Ansar El Muhammad students of Ansar El Muhammad Thee Select One Thee Allah Master J, were blessed to Established J’s Temple of Islam as a bona fied religious non profit organization in 2005, after serving our people since 1966 following the instruction of Thee Holy Spirit of Truth Ansar El Muhammad Thee Select One Thee Allah Master J.

To make a clear distinction between anyone who claim the name and are yet involved in the societal influence of crime etc. For anyone who seek clarification of our teachings, or would like to receive more information about our history please contact J’s Temple of Islam at 510-238-2883. You can also write us for an invitation to J’s Temple of Islam at P.O. Box 3406, Oakland, CA 94609

Yours Truly Ansar El Muhammad [True Founder of RBG]

Return to Davey D’s Hip Hop CornerAnsar El Muhammad, on April 26th, 2009 at 12:37 pm Said:
Yes thats right. Teach on that. We the Ansar El Muhammad are taught to be as humble as a bee. Especially with law enforcement.

Craig 17x, on May 30th, 2009 at 12:31 pm Said:
When I saw this article I had hope that it might shed light on what’s bugging the ’so-called’ Ansars and why they were so heated with Marvin X. I quickly realized that this article would do nothing of the sort. What I read (or tried to read) was some of the most sophmoric writing I have been forced to read in a while, attempting to explain something more sophisticated than the writer seems to even understand himself. What came through is that the person has an axe to grind for no reason I could get from the article except that Marvin X is a courageous writer who sometimes writes about things others disagree with. I disagree with what the writer of this hit piece says also, but for very different reasons than this writer disagrees with Marvin. First I disagree because the writing is garbage, uninteeligent and apparently spoon fed to the writer. In essence I disagree with the writing itself not the writer because, obviously this person is NOT a writer. Nor does the person seem to have an original thought to convey. All of the things that were written were simply regurgitations of a small group of people who tend to dislike Marvin, but who, at the end of the day, really don’t have the ability to explain why. I think they don’t like Marvin because he IS A WRITER and they obviously ARE NOT. Besides the fact that Marvin is usually spot on with his analysis of the way some of the charlatan/gangster/muslims and THEIR supporters get down in the community. I think that the words from my 1995 song “Liberty Ragtime” goes directly to the heart of the matter when I ask: ”

“What is fear? The only thing I fear is Allah from the earth as a clot push forward with love. Resssurect from the dead oh sleepy head. Wipe your eyes you’ve been hypnotized with lies. Like your enemies size – he’s not bigger, he’s up against an agrier nigger with a bigger trigger. Pay attention while the real enemy stands up, in ivory towers drinking out of our gold cup…”

I think that these people are simply crying spilled milk when it comes to their disdain for Marvin X. If they knew the truth they would be trying to get writing lessons from Marvin so that maybe they could annunciate the real problem more clearly.

Ansar El Muhammad s/c Haya, on July 31st, 2009 at 8:01 pm Said: Rabbanaa Faghrirlanaa Zhunubanaa: Our Lord forgive us for our sins. First and foremost if one have not took the time out to seek the truth, then the truth they will not find. Surely one does not have to be in prison to be an Ansar El Muhammad. Never been to prison but I am an Ansar El Muhammad!!!

Marvin X, on August 19th, 2009 at 8:44 am Said:
As Dr. Fritz Pointer said, there is an obscene pride in the masses in Oakland as the result of Louvelle Mixon’s actions, whether he was Ansar Muhammad or not. If you claim the neighborhood is not Ansar El Muhammad, maybe it is not. But it just happened to be where I dropped off Askari X on a number of occasions and he informed me of the demographics, otherwise how would I know anything about it?

I have no reason to slander the Ansar El Muhammad as I myself am the victom of viscious lies, slanders, misinformation from agent provocateurs–going on for forty years, ever since I joined the movement.

I have no desire to bring harm to the Ansar El Muhammad community so obviously my remarks are taken out of context and seem to be distorted by those who are haters of Marvin X so they have an axe to grind with anything I write.

The point is that Mixon, whether Ansar or not, is a hero and I will praise him as such until eternity. If he is to be disassociated from any group, he can stand on his own two feet for his valiant actions and all black men, no matter they are Muslim, Christian, Socialiist, Communist, should leave this earth like Mixon–pressed to the wall, dying, but fighting back.
–Marvin X

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