“I want Africa to become great again, but let me keep my Christianity.”
Well… There is no great civilization without its own spiritual backbone. Man, you have to give up the evil Christian religion, and embrace your African unique spirituality: voodoo. We can’t progress with Christianity, which was used to enslave us, colonize us, and steal us. Say good bye to Christianity, if you are serious about Africa Renaissance. Period. No one could serve two masters!!!
“I want Africa to recover its identity, but let me keep my slave name, let me give foreign names to my kids, and let me speak foreign languages at home and at office”.
Well… A European once asked me if African have their own language or it’s colonization which brings language to Africa. A group of British expats were laughing at Jamaicans after they present themselves as “Smith Cooper” “Jeremy Andersen” etc. They wondered if those Africans got names before meeting the white man.
We are the ridicule of the world, when we abandon our identity and culture. No, we can’t progress without pride in ourselves. Speak your African language to your children, and lobby your state to abandon foreign languages in favor of national languages.
“I want a strong Africa, but let me work for the French colonial agency, or that African population reduction NGO, because you know I need money to live.”
Well… There is a saying “Africans work harder only when they are under the white man gaze.” But working good only for foreigners means we build their strength which they use to enslave us further. Indeed, 99% of the smartest black men work for the white man capital and countries. Now, they wonder why Africa is intellectually, technologically backward. We can not progress that way. You too you have to change. Get a plan, to become autonomous and employ our sisters and brothers.
‘I want strong African states and economy, but let me keep my Freemasonry membership, and be an intelligence asset for foreign agencies.’
You see, we are not going anywhere if you refuse to step out of your comfort zone, abandon some practices or cut some links, and got the courage to stand for a strong Africa.
The past is the past. The courage to cut the slavery bondage is a necessity for our liberation from humiliation.
I want change, but I can’t change myself, is the biggest challenge to Africa Renaissance.
We all want Africa Renaissance, but we want only other people to change, in order to achieve that goal.