The Black Intelligence Agency
Black Intelligence Agency
A great way for youth to develop critical thinking, build powerful relationships and empower Afrikan people!
The Black Intelligence Agency (BIA) was established in 2020 by Ahsir Asar when he was 10 years old. He is now 12 and has committed to learning, as well as leading and training a team of serious-minded Afrikan children to function as operational scholars, researchers, innovators, builders, engineers, technology specialists, security officials, and strategists for Afrikan people throughout the diaspora.
This is achieved through active forms of making change such as a blend of Afrikan studies, physical conditioning, metaphysics, and espionage. The BIA provides solutions to obtaining and building and maintaining Afrikan liberation and sovereignty over ourselves and all circumstances and situations that face our people.
Ahsir Asar is 12 years old and enjoys homeschooling, spending time with family and friends, studying Afrikan history, building with Legos, analyzing military strategies, and learning about different forms of martial arts. He is a pilot in training, a visual artist and musician that plays the trumpet and the djembe, an avid reader, photographer, and land developer that likes to research and implement economic ways to build profitable businesses that raise capital and consciousness.
In 2020, he founded the Black Intelligence Agency (BIA), which is a membership youth organization that functions as a power team of serious-minded Afrikan children to function as the youth international security of Afrikan people throughout the diaspora. They achieve this active form of making change through a blend of Afrikan studies, physical conditioning, metaphysics, inner operations, and community outreach.
How Do You Become A Member?
Simply fill out this interest form. We will contact you to complete your registration.
You may also submit this form for interviews, speaking engagements, or collaborations.
Incorporating the 4 Sustainable Pillars of The Black Intelligence Agency
As Presented at The 2020 Black Sustainability Summit by Ahsir Asar
Pillar #1 Espionage
Definition: The act or practice of spying to discover the military and political secrets of other nations to protect our Afrikan nation.
Why Is Espionage Important?
- To get important information for our community
- To preserve our community
- To protect our Afrikan nation.
Until the Story of the hunt is told by the Lion, the tale of the hunt will always glorify the hunter. – African Proverb
Pillar #2 Afrikan Studies
Definition: Learning about Afrikan culture, everything from our history, spirituality, education, healing and traditions.
Why is Afrikan studies Important?
- To remind ourselves who we are
- To honor ourselves
- To learn about our culture
Pillar #3 Physical Conditioning
Definition: The process of training to be fit by a process of exercise, diet, meditation, yoga, and rest.
Why is Physical Conditioning Important?
- To use self defense
- Stay in good shape
- To live longer and a better quality life
Pillar #4 Metaphysics
Definition: The branch of philosophy that deals with the first principles of things, including abstract concepts such as being, knowing, substance, couse, identity, time, and space.
Why is Metaphysics important?
- The process of creating our own reality & getting in tune with our inner frequency
- Opening up your third eye & trusting your intuition
- Tapping into your power of telepathy, Afrikan frequency, and genius which is simply being able to make uncommon connections.
Goals and Future Plans
- Want to get more members
- Want to have more member training in the four pillars
- Want to have more espionage equipment
- Begin community training in the four pillars
How to Support As A Non-member:
- Get more info about your child being a member.
- Donate your time as an instructor or volunteer.
- Donate supplies.
- Make a financial contribution to $Liberation and please put your name & email in the notes.