If I told you I had oral history from my parents about something that went on during slavery, which one of us would be the bigger idiot .. me for saying it, or you for believing it??
Consequently, if you told me there was information available about something you were saying, but I called you and it a liar, simply because I was too lazy to look it up for myself, I would be doing you an injustice. Whether or not I choose to see if you are speaking about true things that happened shouldn't make you a liar or what you say BS! However, I'm not really in the mood to prove anything to you, Henry, considering your attitude, so I will keep my BS to myself, and you will remain ignorant of African American history. For now, anyway.
What I am inferring about some of the things you say is primarily anything/everything you say. Whether it is about Africa, history, child-raising, religion, the government, your country, my country ... you name it. I have experience with my fair share of African people, considering I'm not really as prejudiced as you seem to be. Anybody/everybody I've ever talked to, regardless of ethnic origin knows and agrees that there are differences in thinking and concept between Continental Africans and African Americans (except probably you - whose thinking is just different, period). I'm finding out how the British are like, from interacting with you and others. I don't profess to be an expert, no. But, it doesn't take a brain surgeon to realize you are one of a kind.
And you can read that anyway you like, sweetie.