We have written previously about White Guilt and about propaganda techniques used to perpetuate the wrong doings of Europeans throughout history. We have talked continuously about the push for multiculturalism and how this benefits no one but a select elite few. There is an ongoing perception that Europeans or 'whites' are the axis of evil and behind the enslavement of people, the gassing of Jews and numerous other atrocities that we need to continue, generation after generation to atone for. This article is not going to argue that any further. Instead we wish to flip things around a little bit and look at it from a different perspective.
African Americans currently have laws and politics behind them to ensure that they are given preferential treatment to make up for the apparent 'white privilege' in the USA. Africans in South Africa have even greater political clout at present, with a grand total of 134 laws ensuring Africans get preferential treatment over Europeans in the region for all the wrong doings inflicted on them in history.
I would like to put the Europeans and whites in the position to pay for the actions of our ancestors generations ago. The protesters need to give consideration when protesting and making changes to stop the atrocities that their own people are causing in their homelands of Africa. If #blacklivesmatter more than white lives, so be it, but put your money and your voting rights where your mouth is and consider the human rights abuse that is presently being suffered at the hands of the Bantu elite, the very elite that sold you into slavery in the first place. Stop only being motivated by supposed abuses that you apparently suffered at the hands of 'white privilege', and think about the current abuses being suffered which completely contravene the current UN Human Rights Declarations and Indigenous Peoples Charters.
Step off your soap box and consider your future and the future 'black guilt' that your future generations will need to stand accountable for.
A History Lesson
The original indigenous people of South Africa are the Bushmen and are considered Africa's oldest cultural group. They are also the closest surviving people to the original Homo Sapiens 'core,' which the Negroes from Africa originally emerged. These people are predominantly hunter-gathers and one of the last known hunter-gatherer tribes in the world. The Bushmen have a small stature and light yellowish complexions and Anthropologists have stated that at the very least these people have inhabited Southern Africa for a minimum of 40,000 years.
These people have a strong connection with their land and knowledge of the natural world with their territory spanning over several African Nations. They have successfully managed an eco-balance since their beginnings and something the majority of earth's cultures cannot boast about. There is archaeological evidence that they lived in areas from South Africa to Northern Central Africa.
These people have been pushed out of their lands in many areas by Bantu-speaking black African pastoralists who began moving down and displacing indigenous tribes into the subcontinent from West and Central Africa around the first century AD. The result of their conquests, the age old pattern of cultural genocide – aggressive pastoralists encountered peaceful hunter–gatherers and cleared them just as they would large game animals.
They kill the men, rape the women and over time assimilate their indigenous culture into their own. We support the idea that the Bushmen should be given indigenous self-determination rights in Southern Africa whereby, they can govern themselves. There are about 100,000 Bushmen and they must unite to campaign for their rights and stop inter-racial marriage with the Negroes. If they do not do this, their race will be destroyed over time and will have less chance of self-determination. For the Bushmen, this is merely the latest chapter in a slow genocide which has been going on for centuries, though the latest chapters have brought them to near extinction.
Unlike what we hear about in the media, the Bantu are also settlers to South Africa. They arrived in the area from North Africa around the same time Europeans arrived at The Cape in South Africa. While the Europeans were explorers and settlers, the Bantu arrived in the area after a vast conquest in removing bushmen from their lands. It is important to realise the Negro populations of both America and the nation of South Africa are Bantu therefore, if you identify as a black person in these countries you need to be aware of your brutal history against other cultures and people.
The 4 black lies about land in South Africa. Bantu (black Africans) DO NOT have default right to land.
Pastor James David Manning on "Black Folk"
Pastor Manning discusses the problems of African blacks in the American community.
Black Pastor Shocks Black Congregation
Black Pastor Shocks his African black congregation.
Anti-Semitic Zionist Globalists in the US through their front groups such as feminism, communism, socialism and their media control in the US are active in promoting bad attitudes which lay the foundations for the destruction of European, African families. An increasing number of Africans are talking about the problems within their own communities and feel they need to open it up for discussion. People may eventually come up with the answers on how to solve these problems even if what they are saying may be painful is necessary. Similarly, the Europeans are having to face up to their own problems.
How Savage Are Blacks In America & Why Is Everyone Afraid To Discuss It?
Tommy Sotomayor on African Americans.
Rape Culture in Black South Africa
“Rape is an expression of male sexual entitlement,”
“South Africa is an immensely patriarchal society. The history of the country has shaped the dominant forms of South Africa’s racially defined masculinities.” – Rachel Jewkes
South Africa has a culture of rape. This is not racist talk, this is not twisting facts, this is simply a matter of fact and I challenge anybody to come up with research or testimony that says otherwise. Many blame this on the apartheid regime that ended 15 years ago, but my challenge to this argument is why the African National Congress (ANC) are enforcing stiffer penalties and cultural changes to make this situation better. South African children are being raped by relatives and in schools by other children and this is a common prevalent problem which is not something that happens rarely or once off events by twisted individuals.
Examples of Rape Cases
2002: High court Judge gave a guilty verdict to a Black man for raping an 8 year old child. This man was handed a suspended sentence on the grounds that the rapist was "gentle". Even though he accepted testimony that the rapist had locked his victim in a room, and had cried during the rape, he had also threatened to cut her throat. “There does not seem to have been any violence in the sense of threats of beating her or undue lack of gentleness.” There was no outrage or condemnation by the South African media, worldwide media or community.
2003: A suspended sentence was given to an 18 year old who raped a five year old child. The reason given, was the child apparently had already experienced sexual experiences.
2007: A child rapist was described by a Judge as being "tender" during their judgement. The exact quote being “One can safely assume that [the accused] must have been mindful of [the victim’s] tender age and was thus careful as not to injure her private parts, except accidentally, when he penetrated her.”
When a society believes 'tender' rape is ok and see it as a cause for celebration, and their overall rape statistics dropped to 53,000 per annum, you have to question the cultural practices.
As signatories of the Declaration for Human Rights, why is South Africa not gaining media attention for their soft judgements on rape? A judge from South Africa voiced her concerns privately about the fact that rape was part of black culture within South Africa, and instead of people being upset about the number of children being raped repeatedly, they called for the dismissal of the judge and cried racism.
Political correctness has gone too far.
Are Things Really Better?
One needs to question whether South Africa is really better off since ending apartheid and passing government to the majority black population. Corruption is rife and the quality of life appears to be decreasing at a phenomenal rate. Remember South Africa was once a first world country...
- Life expectancy has lowered by 8 years to 56.
- Highest rape numbers in the world.
- 10th most murderous country in the world.
- Youth unemployment is at 25%.
- 60% said life was better under apartheid.
South Africa is seen as the most dangerous place to visit that is not currently in the midst of war.
Outstanding Black African Role Models
On our website, we like to promote good role models for people to follow. This is also true with African Americans and Africans in Africa. Sometimes it is painful to look at the past, but if we are not honest, we cannot solve these problems, nor can we move forward to a better future for all people. People like James David Manning, Tommy Sotomayor, Sheriff David Clarke and Diamond and Silk are exposing these problems. They are all working for a better future for black Africans and others, including Europeans (whites). They are taking the lead in the public discussion on these matters. We hope that by promoting these people on our website, men and women in the African community will be motivated to fight for themselves as well as for everybody else, including Europeans. By doing this, we hope it will create pride and future generations will read about them in history texts.
Sheriff David Clarke
From Milwaukee (pictured right), is a member of the Constitutional Sheriffs and Police Association, and was recognized by the New York Oath Keepers as their Person of the Year. He is a man who speaks his mind, has been widely interviewed and is a true representative of all the different racial groups in the United States. He is a good example for African Americans to emulate.
Sheriff David Clarke: Barack Obama Started This War On Police • Judge Jeanine • 8/29/15
Diamond and Silk
North Carolina sisters, Lynnette Hardaway and Rochelle Richardson, better known by their stage names "Diamond and Silk" (pictured below right), are standing with the silent majority as devoted supporters of Donald Trump. Their website states,
"......As African American women they are voicing their opinions about media bias, political babble, and repetitive political tactics that they feel the average American is tired of being subjected to....."
They are active video bloggers and YouTube personalities through their YouTube channel, “The Viewers View”.