What Panafricanism has in common with Christianity or Jesuanism

Panafricanism looks like Christianity to me.

Jesus said he came for the bad people, the criminals, the thieves, the liars, the corrupted, the evils, those who had been lost to the devil.

So if you want to know who are the bad people, the thieves and criminals in your city go to the nearby church. The top criminals usually sit on the first three rows.

What I’ve seen with lot of panafricanist organizations is that they attracts mainly the most westernized Africans seeking a cover-up for feeling ashamed to have fallen so much in love with the enemy, like the most devoted Christians are often the most evil people using the religion to cover-up the torment of their attraction to evilness.

A huge majority of the people in the so called panafricanist movements are the most drunken to Western values, but ashamed of being so dependent on, and addicted to a culture the have all reason to hate and despise.

True enough, once you scratch a little bit the panafricanist postures and discourses, you discover people so much in love, in admiration with the enemy, very addicted to the very culture they spend so much time vehemently criticising.

Evil people use religion to cover-up their lust for evilness and ill intentions. Alienated Africans paint themselves with panafricanist gloss to hide their love, admiration and addiction to Western values.

If you want to know who are the most alienated africans to western values, with a nagging feeling of guilt about their alienation, visit a panafricanist organization.

Like there are only very few true Christians, there are also very few true panafricanists.

Most of the good people are outside of any religion. Most of the true Africans are outside of any panafricanist movement.

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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.

One Response to “What Panafricanism has in common with Christianity or Jesuanism”

  1. David Barber

    Mawuna – when you say ‘there are also very few true panafricanists’, you have gone right to the source of the problem. This fits in very well with the article I submitted to you.

    Most people give either powerful Western and Chinese interests or African governments (or both) as the reason why the vast majority of African citizens pan Africa are still in poverty, and also do not have similar living standards to Westerners. It is true they are the cause, but the reason why they are still a problem is because no powerful pan African organisation has been formed to force African governments to do what needs to be done, and to overcome the powerful hold the West China have over Africa.

    The pan African organisations that do exist are either supporting the Establishment in keeping Africans in poverty, or are not going about the problem in an effective way.

    We need to learn from history. The citizens of almost all the developed nations were not taken from poverty to affluence by their governments. It was people-power that did that, often in the teeth of brutal opposition from their governments at the time. Yet this way of defeating poverty in Africa and taking its citizens to equality of living standards with Westerners has been ignored.

    Africa desperately needs a pan African organisation of citizens that is powerful enough to force their governments to do what needs to be done, and to overthrow the power of Western and Chinese interests in Africa. Such a move, if properly managed and led, would transform the situation of African citizens with amazing speed.


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