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This is a Brilliant Take Down of Africans Who Ignore Disastrous Impact of Colonialism

 

 

On the Aug. 14 edition of NTV Kenya’s “The Trend with Larry Madowo,” South African jazz trumpeter Hugh Masekela talks about European colonialism and history in Africa.


On the Aug. 14 edition of NTV ,” South African jazz trumpeter Hugh Masekela talks about European colonialism and history in Africa.

In the short clip, Masekela tells the host that Africa has the largest variety of cultures on the planet but Africans don’t embrace it.

In addition, the jazz legend says Black people are still influenced by European culture well after independence.


“We’re bad imitations of those who oppressed us!” says Masekela.“These [African] borders were created in 1886. We fight over these borders that were not created by Africans … I think what we have lost is our heritage. When people come to Africa, they come to see the animals and the geographical [landscapes]. We are invisible.”


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"I'm just trying to make a way out of no way, for my people" -Modejeska Monteith Simpkins

 

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  This influence is called BRAINWASHING.  Just go ahead and say it.  That's why it's hard for them to embrace their African roots cuz they still have CHAINS on their brains...in how they see themselves and their behavior toward each other and the outside world.  There is no reason other than the constant propaganda surrounding the environment i.e. white is right, color stroke [called the caste system in India] and of course the inferiority complex many blacks carry with them DESPITE knowing that their ancestors build this country and are deemed nation builders.  All they see is white superiority which is guise by the invisible but prevalent white supremacy-which is the evolution of colonialization[sp].  Half the world is struggling with it as seen in South America ie. Brazil, Mexico, Columbia etc.  These folks won't even identify with being black/African as why they hide them in their culture and won't recognize them nationally.  So many revolutionist will say...oh that is not true.  But the proof?  Is in the pudding.  In other words. oh yes it is true.  Absolutely.  As why world education is very important to black people and Africans who live in these South American countries.  As why the phase plastered on the Egyptian pyramid "Know thy self" is a huge message given before it's collapse.  So until Blacks/African take their heads outta the sand of denial....the struggle to release ourselves from massa racist stronghold called "colonialism" will....continue. Just like the stronghold....in India.  But! 

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The more you get to know about Africa and Africans, the more it seems that it is AFRICANS, out of all the Black people in the world, who need to learn their own history most of all.

You know for a fact that Africans are oblivious to their own history, their TRUE history, because that is the ONLY way a Black person could EVER idolize White supremacy mythology, and continue to see life and the world through the eyes of a colonized slave.

 

If white's all ya know, have never seen an African, how ya gonna idolize whatcha don't know? I don't know if I've ever seen an African or not; probably not. I saw my first and ONLY Japanese in the 70's when I was in Seattle, Washington. My first Mexican in Kansas City Mo., my first Native American from the west at the Native American Casino. I'm in a white state. Blacks predominantly 50 miles north; 50 miles south raise the most Hell. The small numbers here and 14 miles down the road act the damn fool, sometimes;  a killing here, a killing there, but it's not enough to make a dent elsewhere than in the State, that I'm aware of. It's not going to make the New York Times, the New York Daily News nor the New York Post.

I don't worship white people, don't think nothing's superior about them, I think they're bat shit crazy, dangerous, don't hate them; stay out of their way, unless I see the chick next door, we'll wave. She brings the Blaricans toys and coloring books sometimes. Has a cat named Feather that's crates havoc with the birds 'round here and the squirrels. Feather's a mess!!!!!!

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