European powers that had colonized Africa had done more than just beat our people into submission with artillery and rifles
|Posted by The Reunion Black Family on January 8, 2014 at 3:55 AM|
"Years of careful investigation had taught me the European powers that had colonized Africa had done more than just beat our people into submission with artillery and rifles. They had done more than simply sow confusion amongst our people by introducing many conflicting versions of the religion amongst the people.
They had deliberately so brain washed our people, that Africans had lost all self-knowledge, self-love, self-respect, self-pride and
self-dependency. If you rob a people of all these things you turn them into a race of robots, forever dependent upon you. And even if you stood up and walked away from these people, and said tot them that you were giving them back their freedom, they would stand up and follow you wherever you are going for their minds were still your slaves even though their bodies were now free of your chains.
I believed then as I believe now, that the African has never really
gained freedom and independence. Which is why our people have not been able to achieve what nations such as India and the tiger Nations of South East Asia, which were once also colonized by the white people as we were, have today achieved.
For example today India is a nuclear power feared and respected by all nations on earth. India is admired for its great culture and its
ancient religious philosophies as well as its other philosophies.
While Africa is a downtrodden casualty of history forever dependent like a whipped slave upon her former oppressors.
This breaks my heart as a black man, I who, over many years of
travelling through my motherland, have discovered that there was a time when we, the black people now held in contempt by many races were once masters of the world. When we, now derided as a nation of savages incapable of ruling itself were once the tutors of the early world, feel great bitterness, when I see how far we have been made to fall. We whose sons and daughters once walked tall in the Americas, not as slaves but rather as civilizes and rulers.
I wept when I found out that we were once the founders of some of the worlds oldest civilizations.
We were there in Sumeria, we were there in India, we founded great kingdoms in Cambodia, and the first man to be saluted as emperor of China was one of us, a son of Africa, a black man. Buddha was a black man from Africa, his earliest statues confirm this. Krishna was a black warrior. The goddess Kali, is depicted as an African woman. Even the bible states that Nimrod was a great man in the eyes of the Lord and he was the father of Cush, who founded the great cushite nation.
I weep even now when I see Africans slaughter each other in the
streets , now supposedly a free nation. I weep even
now when my people hunger and suffer in the veld in Africa. I
weep even now when Euro centric education is being fed to our
children. Fed in order to make them Afrofobes, creatures that hate
and despise their motherland, which look down in contempt upon their
own people, because this is what all European educated black people
They despise Africa and all she stands for. And they are in contempt of the culture of her people. They are still even now doing the colonialists dirty work for them, because if you want to destroy the culture of a nation, you must brainwash the youth of that nation and make them do your dirty work for you.
French in Sangaris operation ask people to back off after a demonstrator was shot dead near the international airport in Bangui on December 23, 2013.
East Africa British and Germany Terrorist 1916.
French imperialist destruction of the Central African Republic.Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire
Press TV has conducted an interview with Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan African Newswire from Detroit, to discuss the crisis in the Central African Republic.
What follows is an approximate transcription of the interview.
Press TV: Mr. Azikiwe just how serious is the crisis in the Central African Republic, despite claims of France coming there to restore stability?
Azikiwe: The presence of the French troops inside of the Central African Republic, as well as their allies, has worsened the political and security situation inside the country and this, of course, is extremely unfortunate because France did not have a larger geopolitical strategy in regard to dealing with the situation inside the Central African Republic.
So therefore as a result of this confusion that is going on inside the country now, France in fact has called upon additional forces within the United Nations Security Council, to dispatch additional United Nations troops into the country. But this is not going to solve the problem because right now it is reported that over two million have been displaced as a result of the violence.
So there needs to be a political solution to the crisis.
Press TV: And of course speaking of those two million people who are in need of aid and of course being displaced. I mean what will happen to these refugees and of course what would the impact be on the neighboring countries?
Azikiwe: Well, this is a role that the United Nations could play if they have a political settlement inside of the country. This has to rely, of course, on the various groups inside of the Central African Republic itself, the government of President Michael Djotodia as well as the ousted President Francois Bozize, who was overthrown back in March as well as the anti-Balaka forces, in addition to Seleka Coalition.
All these forces have to be brought together, presumably through the African Union to reach some type of a political settlement. There is no real military solution to this crisis.