Now the question of Europeans being organized isn't just some small issue of insignificance. The capitalist system and it's systematic exploitation and oppression of Africa, African people, and humanity, is rooted in the foundation of insuring that Europeans maintain loyalty to it's principles. Since capitalism is based on the lie that the people (primarily Europeans) who thrive within it are the people who are smartest, possess the highest moral fiber, and who work the hardest, fundamental to the continued success of capitalism is keeping Europeans tightly within it's ideological sphere of support. After that, its important to get as many Africans and others to drink the capitalist kool-aid. If that analysis of this decadent system is properly understood, then it becomes necessary to stop talking about European existence for justice as being defined as simply supporting African self-determination, Indigenous self-determination, etc. Instead, we must speak about Europeans actively organizing to fight against capitalism. And, this fight must include a component where Europeans begin to challenge the concrete effort by capitalism to bind European identity to capitalist values. This is of course the battle for all people, but since Europeans are the face of capitalism, they are the people who are most closely connected to it's values and therefore the people who will pose the most difficult challenge in transforming into anti-capitalist - pro-socialist - people for humanity. In other words, the task of Europeans is to disconnect the umbilical cord to capitalism and struggle for a socialist reality where European children have a world based on justice like all other children.
Of course, it is not the responsibility of African people to carry out this work with Europeans. We have our hands full trying to organize the African masses for Pan-Africanism e.g. one unified, socialist, Africa. It is the responsibility of Europeans to do this work among their people, but they will need our help developing a proper understanding of exactly what capitalism is and how it is exploitative as a rule, not an exception. They will also need inspiration from our struggle for liberation. We have always provided that inspiration to the world. In fact, Kwame Ture was correct when he said "Africans inside of America have civilized America with our humanistic struggle for justice!" So, anyone who thinks that in this colonial and neo-colonial world, we can expect to exist while ignoring what's happening with Europeans, I would ask you to get the opinions of those Africans who are routinely brutalized by police departments from Los Angeles to Melbourne, Australia, to Paris, France. Get the opinions of those nine Africans who were gunned down in the South Carolina AME Church. Get the point of view of the millions of Africans living in Africa who's very existence is tied to the whims and aims of Europe and America.
It's clear that any African who is consciously involved in our struggle for liberation must see European conscious raising as a part of the struggle for justice and forward human progress. It doesn't mean you have to do anything to directly engage in that work, but you do need to stop acting like the work doesn't matter. Portland has a new European group named the Marilyn Buck Abolitionist Collective (MBAC). This group is still working to develop it's ideology and objectives, but it has made a decision to support the work of the All African People's Revolutionary Party and the Black Lives Matter movement. They have done that by providing material assistance to the All African People's Revolutionary Party's free breakfast program in N. Portland. They don't feed the children, we do that, but they help us maintain supplies to do so since we fund this program out of our pockets my friends. Its my hope that MBAC can evolve to develop an anti-capitalist/pro-socialist framework that seeks to live up to the principles of the person the group is named after. Having had the privilege of meeting, visiting, and building a strong personal relationship with Marilyn Buck when she was alive and being held at the Women's Federal Prison in Dublin, California, I can say that I've loved and respected Marilyn since I was a very young man. Her principled commitment to revolutionary ideals, her refusal to snitch on revolutionary comrades, African revolutionary comrades, and her willingness to sacrifice her entire life for the goals of the African liberation movement and one of it's most respected personalities - Assata Shakur - says all that needs to be said about Marilyn Buck (if you don't know about her, you should).
Like Malcolm X said in 1964; "we don't mind working with white people...We just want some John Brown white people!" Well, we still want those John Brown people along with the Marilyn Buck people. We want them working in European communities as we work with the African masses. We want Indigenous and Asian communities to develop the capacity to do the same. Since America needs Africa to be exploited to maintain American capitalism, Africa's liberation changes the game in America which helps Africans, Indigenous people, and every working class person. Irish liberation weakens British imperialism which helps Africans and does the same. Palestinian justice weakens zionism which helps Africans and does the same. Asian liberation contributes accordingly and it goes without question that the liberation of the Indigenous people's of the Western hemisphere obviously changes everything here and around the entire globe.
If you don't understand all of this you really can't be concerned about true liberation for anybody. Quite possibly, your real intention is to just blow off steam and/or feel better about being oppressed. If so, do the responsible thing and at least stop talking and spreading confusion. Our movement is weak today, but one day we will have capacity to hold those who sabotage this glorious work accountable.