5 Images For the Naive African!

AfricaFistZmAfricans live in a continent owned by Europeans. 60 years after the fictitious independence declarations, Africa is still controlled by European expatriates, oil companies, military forces, Banks, etc.

Some Africans think that is good for Africa. They are the rich subalterns. Some others think Africans must free themselves from that European colonialism, and they use art to get their message out.

Here are 5 of their most powerful illustrations.

1. They will pretend they want to help you. Believe them at your own risk!


2. They prefer Africa laying down. It’s easier for them to suck it.

The same nations you are calling for help are in no way interested in Africa recovery or renaissance. The longer Africa is laying down, they better they can suck the blood out the continent and its people



3. Keeping you in Slavery: Wars, and crisis is more profitable for the colonialists

Without aggression and stealing capitalism is not possible. European burglary in Africa made the western prosperity possible. Slavery of millions of black people, colonialism, and free exploitation of other countries people and resources provided Europe with the “capital” needed to kick start what came to be known as modern capitalism.

The image below explains how the Black Slave has been the main sponsor of the global wealth creation system.


4. You have no friend. Naivete is your curse. Only the Paranoid survive!

Beware, not all people who want to help you are your friends.


5. Wake up: Don’t paint the chains into Gold. Remove them instead.

Because it’s difficult to take off the chains, you might prefer to paint them in gold. The pain will not go away with the new color.



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About Mawuna KOUTONIN

Mawuna Koutonin is a world peace activist who relentlessly works to empower people to express their full potential and pursue their dreams, regardless of their background. He is the Editior of SiliconAfrica.com, Founder of Goodbuzz.net, and Social activist for Africa Renaissance. Koutonin’s ultimate dream is to open a world-class human potential development school in Africa in 2017. If you are interested in learning more about this venture or Koutonin’s other projects, you can reach him directly by emailing at mk@linkcrafter.com.

5 Responses to “5 Images For the Naive African!”

  1. mm Mawuna Remarque KOUTONIN

    this article is receiving lot of feedback. it touches some sensitive nerves.

    I agree the article is indeed uncomfortable for all parties involved.

    The first image said it all. After 5 centuries, if Europe really wanted to help Africa, Africa should be in better shape.

    As a general statement, Europe is only interested in the exploitation of Africa. (again this is a general statement, because there are lot of people who are Europeans but really interested to build sane relationship with Africans. THE PROBLEM is that THOSE PEOPLE don’t matter, which means they neither have the power or access to resource to make any change. therefore that intention should be minimized).

    What would French think if all decision levels in France will be hold by Chinese, and all major assets of the country be in the hand of Russians. That’s now the case in all African country (expect Ethiopia). That’s why I wrote Africans live on a continent owned by Europeans.

    In south Africa for example the White people own 85% of lands and the economy, but they are only about 5% of the population.

    Even nowadays, European continue to use brutal military force to maintain corrupted leaders who would help them exploit the continent.

    In conclusion, Africans like any other people need friends, but trust will be hard to earn back after 5 centuries of European machiavelism.

  2. Ivory Robinson

    I'm American and I don't like this. I'm not ashamed of the motherland because it is rich with history that has been oppressed and white-washed. The ignorant images displayed about Africa to Africans in America are a joke. A little research goes a long way. Ancient Egypt, the real Hebrews, etc.


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