Black America: Canary in the Coal Mine

Demond Handy Uncle Hotep

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To the American Muslim community, and Muslims in the West in general…

You have a responsibility to stand up for justice.

And that doesn’t necessarily entail you blindly following every movement claims to fight for social justice.

It’s been going on a year now, the American Muslim community has been backing Black Lives Matter uncritically, with no care whatsoever for the hidden agenda of the people behind the movement and the people funding it.

When I speak to Muslims online, most of you haven’t even visited the Black Lives Matter website.

You haven’t seen “Herstory” in place of history.

You haven’t seen their stated objectives to promote and normalize LGBTQ in the black community.

You haven’t seen their stated objective of dismantling the nuclear family.

You haven’t seen that the black father is not mentioned on their website even once.

There are so many black voices that oppose BLM categorically.

They ask why BLM is silent about black-on-black crime.

They ask why BLM is silent on developing black businesses and black entrepreneurship.

They don’t want black neighborhoods burnt down by rioters.

They don’t want roads and highways blocked by protesters when they are trying to drive to work so they can earn a living to put food on the table.

Muslims have a duty to think more critically about issues like this and do what’s best for humanity as a whole, as opposed to just serving our own self-interests.

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My guest today is Demond Handy AKA Uncle Hotep.

Demond is a podcaster and Youtuber who offers commentary on current affairs relevant to the African American community.

He is one of the most prominent figures in a growing community known as Hotep, which ideologically opposes BLM in its attempt to solve the problems faced by the black community.

A naturally funny guy, his unique mix of comedy and insightful cultural critique makes for very entertaining listening.

He will be appearing in Silenced: Our War on Free Speech, a feature documentary produced by Danger and Play Media, which will be released later this year.

You can follow Demond on Twitter, and subscribe to his podcast and youtube channel.

Time-stamped Show Notes

03:35 – What is Hotep? A continuation of the “conscious” community within Black America.

04:50 – Hotep means “peace” but it was used as a derogatory term by BLM activists towards black people who pushed back against BLM’s victimhood narrative.

06:20 – How does Hotep relate to the socially conscious movements of the past like Afrocentrism, the Nation of Islam, the Five Percenters?

07:55 – Hotep is for self-accountability and self-reliance. I quote the Quran in response.

Allah does not change the condition of a people until they change that which is within themselves

09:10 – Demond believes a lot of the problems in the black community, like black-on-black crime, can be alleviated by improving it from within. He quotes a Denzel Washington character from one of my favorite movies, Training Day.

It takes a wolf to catch a wolf – Alonzo

11:50 – I ask Demond to explain what the deal is with BLM. We have a movement that, on the face of it, seems to be a popular protest against police brutality and extrajudicial killings, but a visit to their website throws up MANY red flags.

17:50 – Why does Deray Mckesson (a BLM leader) live in a mansion?

19:30 – What’s the connection between Feminism and BLM? Why do they vilify the straight, black male while claiming to advocate on his behalf?

22:50 – Why aren’t Muslims thinking critically about BLM when many Black voices speak out against it?

Like Dr. Boyce Watkins:

Why doesn’t Black Lives Matter mention black fathers on their website?

And Killer Mike:

You ain’t ready to oppose nothing. You are as much a part of this system as any white person gentrifying in this city.

25:30 – You can check out the Hotep Nation website and see for yourself what Hotep stands for. Compare it to what BLM stands for.

26:15 – I ask Demond to explain the extremes of angry black Feminists on the one hand and twerking, slutwalk-types on the other. Where are the modest black women?

29:15 – Demond can’t understand why Muslims would ever associate with BLM, given the movement’s association with Feminism and LGBTQ. He talks about his time in the U.S. Air Force when he was stationed in Riyadh, K.S.A.

I was amazed…when I was in Saudi Arabia, the thing I’ll always remember…when prayer time hit, they closed everything. I was amazing to me…in America, on Sundays, they won’t even go to Church…[you] actually practice what you believe in.

31:00 – When did the Black community, who are generally socially conservative, switch to voting Democrat, and why?

34:42 – The American Muslim community’s similar trajectory post-9/11.

36:30 – Demond talks about the effect that the mainstream media has on fanning the flames of civil discord.

38:30 – The American Muslim community is acting in the interest of self-preservation rather than for the collective benefit of the global Muslim community.

39:20 – Trump vs. Hillary. Where does Hotep stand?

42:00 – Ed Latimore is down with Hotep.

43:00 – The effect of illegal immigration on employment in the Black community.

44:30 – Why are there no Hotep voices in black mainstream media? Why do they need people like me or Mike Cernovich to give them airtime?

47:30 – Is this Hotep or BLM?

48:00 – Who can lay claim to the legacy of Malcolm X and Muhammad Ali? If they were alive today, would they be down with Hotep or BLM?

51:02 – Who are some of the non-Hotep Hoteps aka Hotep adjacent, i.e. Hotep in their thinking but don’t necessarily identify as Hotep?

51:20 – Shoutout to Erykah Badu, Lauryn Hill, Dr. Umar Johnson, RZA, Dr. Boyce Watkins, ZaZa Ali, and Sonnie Johnson.

53:55 – I ask Demond to explain the motivation behind his podcast and Youtube channel.

1:00:00 – What’s Demond’s take on the election as it stands right now?

1:02:50 – We have a laugh about Bill Clinton being the first black president.

1:03:45 – What’s the deal with Shaun King? Why is he still around after being exposed as a fraud?

1:06:05 – What role to black public figures like Jesse Lee Peterson and Sherrif James Clarke play in the discussions taking place in the black community?

1:07:45 – Uncle Toms, House Negros, and House Muslims – do they exist? Who are they?

1:11:40 – Demond’s plea to the American Muslim community

Muslim community, please stay away from the liberals. I’m just giving y’all a warning. It’s trickery, don’t fall for it.

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4 comments… add one
  • Thomas Barnes Oct 30, 2016 @ 20:19

    One thing for sure is BLM can’t do anything about black on black crime. This is a corrupt empire and needs to be overthrown. is the second…

    • Nabeel Azeez Oct 31, 2016 @ 5:09

      Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment. I appreciate it.

  • hereatlast Nov 7, 2016 @ 23:18

    Enjoyed the podcast brother. Would’ve appreciated more of an expansion on this ideology of victimization and how it’s seeping into the Muslim community via the constant shouts of “Islamophobia!” Maybe next time.

    Also, you need to improve the audio quality. Obviously this project is still in it’s infancy, but this is the time to iron out technical issues like audio.

    • Nabeel Azeez Dec 24, 2016 @ 16:43

      Hi there. I forgot to reply to your comment. Thanks for dropping by and taking the time to leave feedback. I appreciate it. Inshallah the audio quality will get better as the podcast and website grow.

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