You Can't Keep what You canNOT Defend

It’s not because your hungry that you sell your teeth!

Some people on this continent think that the only thing we should care about is to keep building Africa, with more entrepreneurs, better managers, and more committed and responsive leaders.

That’s true, but we have to learn from the past.

It’s not the first time Africa is growing fast, with high hopes. But in the past Arabs, and Europeans came and destroyed it, again and again, because they have guns, killed our leaders, colonized us or put our people into slavery, and destroyed our social fabrics.

Check again how the IMF and World bank literary crushed the soul out Africa in the years 80’s with the Structural Adjustment Programs!

You Can’t Keep what You can not Defend!

Without hardening our societies to be less permeable to foreign subversion, and also socializing our youth to the african cause, we will still be subject to the same fate.

Not all people smiling to you are your friends!

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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, Founder of, 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

4 Responses to “You Can't Keep what You canNOT Defend”

  1. Hank Wilson

    You're so right. And Africa has all these so called billionair, yet not one of them has the ability to protect their own wealth, or the country where they live and the place where their mother brought them into this world. Historically referencing powerful people initial goals were two fold…make as much money and herd all the power within reach then prepare to defend it with bigger gun than those who will come and try to take it from you.

  2. Hank Wilson

    It is some thing odd about the African Black man, he seem to only need a pats on the back for being in leadership positions or being the Chief of the tribe and having other black folks look up to him as the "Head Nigero-In-Charge." I can only conclude that the Africa black man is naturally-sub-human from his own nature. What else could it be. When you have your own country and you know that the Arabs, Asian and the Europeans are constantly moderizing their military forces, while the rich Black African nigeros are running to the west to bank their loot that was taken out of and from their own country. That is why I could never be the leader of an African country. My first step would be to "seperate the wheat from the chaff," in otherwords my first task would be cleaning house of all the spineless selfish-cowards.


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