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. That is it!
Justice is possible only between equals.
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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.
Why did those protests fail?
Powerless people making moral noises and calling to ethical values had never stopped people in power to do what they have to do in their interests.
Power respects only power.
Get a life, and stop itching people ears with your powerless declaration. Pity seeking, victim porn, and fist in the air are for noise makers.
Seek power by all means possible then you’d be listened to, preferably feared in the first place.
We Africans are currently a protected class. We have been victim to so much and to everyone that we now have a worldwide monopoly on victimhood.
We are so weak and so easy to abuse, to the point that without that protected class status, we would be done with easily. We currently need that status.
If you touch an African, regardless of the reason why, our protected class status makes everyone see instantly the African as the victim.
That status allows us to behave in ways that would not normally be tolerated but we could get away with that, because every one knows that dealing directly with us might trigger condemnation and accusation for abusing poor Africans!… Read more
It’s not because you are unlucky, born orphan and handicapped that the laws of gravity stop applying to you, or you get a waver.
Indians in America have the country India as a backing nation.
The Chinese have China.
The Russians have Russia.
The Turks have Turkey.
Armenians have Armenia.
Mexicans have Mexico.
The Arabs have Umma.
The backing states actively intervene in the organization, leadership and the infrastructure of their minorities in the USA, regardless of the fact that they are American citizens.
Do African Americans have any backing country which would stand for them, flex diplomatic strength on their behalf, or take retaliatory actions when necessary?
Does any backing state intervene in the organization, leadership and infrastructure of African Americans?
When was the last time a nation state stood singlehandedly for the African Americans?
Any minority needs a patron with enough power to protect it from abuse in a foreign land.
The persistent vulnerability of African Americans in the United States has a lot to do with the simple fact that they could be abused without fear of retaliation or economical consequences!
The African Union is not a strong enough institution to play that role?
Which country in Africa could play that role?… Read more
Yes, Africa SHOULD be Recolonized, But this time by us, Africans.
To be African nowadays in Africa is to be an outcast.
If you worship our ancestors and practice Vodun, you demonized
If you keep your natural hair and dress african, you are ridiculed
If you speak and write in our mother languages, you look uneducated
If you cook and eat african meals, you are a poor man
If you defend Africanity, you are scaring foreign investors,
It’s now estimated that only 5% of Africans would proudly declare, they are lucky to be Africans and embrace with integrity the heritage left to us by our ancestors.
You see, when I’m saying Africa should be recolonized, I mean, the 95% of Africans who are now lost to alien cultures should be recolonized in order to come back to our culture. That is it.
How would this be achieved?
Before answering that question, let’s ask how did they got colonized in the first place to abandon their languages, their hair, their dress, their food, their manners?
By force, by deception, by propaganda, by corruption, and by seduction.
Those methods are proven to be effective, why then to reinvent the wheels my brother!?… Read more
Did you know many African countries continue to pay colonial tax to France since their independence till today!
When Sékou Touré of Guinea decided in 1958 to get out of french colonial empire, and opted for the country indepen- dence, the french colonial elite in Paris got so furious, and in a historic act of fury the french administration in Guinea destroyed everything in the country which represented what they called the beneﬁts from french colonization.
Three thousand French leh the country, taking all their property and destroying anything that which could not be moved: schools, nurseries, public administration buildings were crumbled; cars, books, medicine, research institute instruments, tractors were crushed and sabotaged; horses, cows in the farms were killed, and food in warehouses were burned or poisoned.
The purpose of this outrageous act was to send a clear message to all other colonies that the consequences for rejecting France would be very high.
Slowly fear spread trough the african elite, and none aher the Guinea events ever found the courage to follow the example of Sékou Touré, whose slogan was ”We prefer freedom in poverty to opulence in slavery.”
Sylvanus Olympio, the ﬁrst president of the Republic of Togo, a tiny country in west Africa, found a middle ground solution with the French.… Read more
Africa is not poor. Africa is a rich continent inhabited by poor people. Once we fix the people problem, everything else will fall into place.
In this post, I share what I consider to be the top 10 problems affecting the people ability to fix themselves and subsequently take control of their destiny.
1. The Poverty Porn
Humanitarian organization like UNICEF, Doctors without Borders, and alike have done more damage to Africa than the marginal positive impact they supposedly have had.
In order to raise money for their operations, they have engaged into a “poverty porn” depicting Africa with the most degrading, and humiliating images. African people dignity is not something they cared about. The huge billboard and magazines photos showing Africa at its worst now fill the mind of billions of people around the world, and unfortunately those people can’t help but think about Africa only trough those images. (In the same time, those medias won’t show the photo of a dead American or English soldier, because it’s shocking and doesn’t respect human dignity)
The worst consequence of this “free publicity” is the way it has deeply impacted Africans self-perception and self-image.
For example, It’s common in France for African immigrants who are having problems with their teenagers to threat them “If you’ll continue to behave that way, you’ll be sent back to Africa”, meaning “We will send you to the hell you have seen on TV or in the Newspaper”.… Read more