How the People of Rwanda became almost 100% Christians

On April 1st, 1910, King Rukara rwa Bishingwe killed the religious colonizer father Loupias at Gahinga. He and his people were tired of the colonizers who were harassing their people to convert to Christianity.

Following the killing, the German colonizer Gudovius organized a punitive expedition on the local population killing people randomly on the streets, burned their houses and destroyed their crops in the farms.Read more

Individual evolution and collective evolution

  1. The study of evolution as science is often focused on one side of evolution, the individual evolution which means how individual animals, including humans, under the contingency and randomness of their environment adapt or fail to survive.

The side of evolution that is often overlooked is the collective evolution, which means how species as a group cooperate to face collectively contingencies and randomness in their environment.Read more

Kids success at school

It’s often that people think kids success at school depends on the quality of the schools infrastructures and the qualification of the teachers.

Unfortunately, that’s a very limited view of what makes children to succeed at school.

A school with basic infrastructures and moderately qualified teachers but in a suburbs with strong families, would turn out outstandingly successful kids, while a school with high end infrastructures and top qualified teachers but in a suburb with broken families would fail your children.… Read more

Schumpeterian Barbarism

‘I must study politics and war, that my sons may have liberty to study mathematics and philosophy.’ John Adams

Descendants of Barbarians are always much better off than the descendants of civilized people.

If you don’t believe me, ask the Germans and the vikings descendants.… Read more

Poverty is Political

Poverty is political. It’s not a technical problem, nor a mental disease to be cured.

The poor don’t lack electricity because electricity technology does not exist, and the know-how to bring it to them unavailable.

The poor don’t lack clean water because clean water technologies do not exist, and ways to bring water to them are unsolvable challenges.… Read more

Racism: What is the Problem?

We are not victim of white supremacy, we are victim of black weakness.
The right diagnosis leads to better treatment.
Black weakness is our problem and it’s our responsibility.
We are disrespected, mistreated, colonized, because we are weak, not because we are black.

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Power Respects Only Power

During slavery, there were lot of people protesting. Regardless of their protests, slavery of Africans lasted over 300 years.

During colonisation, there were lot of people protesting it. Regardless of their protests, African direct colonisation lasted 200 years, and still is going.… Read more