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[Appendix to Chapter 2]

HNMMT/Henemmet [Kush/Kemet: Children of the Sun]
&
Maafa Mkubwa c. 4881-6256 KC [c. 640-2015 CE]
“The historical conscience, through the feeling of cohesion that it creates, constitutes the safest and the most solid
shield of cultural security for a people. This is why every people seek only to know and to live their true history
well, to transmit its memory to their descendants. The essential thing, for people, is to rediscover the thread that
connects them to their most remote ancestral past. In the face of cultural aggression of all sorts, in the face of all
disintegrating factors of the outside world, the most efficient cultural weapon with which a people can arm itself
is this feeling of historical continuity." [Mhenga Cheikh Anta Diop]
“But history is not a mere remembrance of experience. Everything we’ve learned we’ve learned in the past. You’ve
learned to talk, you’ve learned to walk, you’ve learned it when? Not today. You’ve learned it years ago. So if you in
a purely theoretical sense forgot all of your history, all of your experience, you would return then to fetal state of
existence; to a state of immaturity; you would be reduced in your capacity to deal with current and present
realities. Many of the coping techniques and things that you have learned in your past would not be useful to you
because you would not have them at hand. The same thing is true then in the life of a people; we learned a lot of
things as African people; we learned to cope with a lot of things; we learned a lot of methods and techniques for
solving problems. The forgetting of African history, the not knowing of African history then, breeds in us a
certain levels of immaturity and incapacities to deal with problems which confront us today.” [Mhenga Amos N.
Wilson]
“Who will ever forget the massacres where so many of our brothers perished.” [Mhenga Patrice Lumumba]

Demographic analysis of the Afrikan continent today by the Economists
of the World Bank shows that the population of Afrikans c. 6252 KC [c. 2011
CE] in the “semi-liberated” areas of Afrika ya Magharibi [West Afrika],
Afrika ya Kusini [Southern Afrika], Afrika ya Mashariki [East Afrika] and
Afrika ya Kati [Central Afrika] is estimated to be approximately
900,000,000 souls. Add to this the CIA World Factbook1 calculations on the

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Central Intelligence Agency, The World Factbook 2013-14 ( Washington, DC: Central Intelligence Agency, 2013)

number of Afrikans c. 6252 KC [c. 2011 CE] in the Caribbean, Marekani ya
Kaskazini [North America], Marekani ya Kusini [South America],
Marekani ya Kati [Central America], and Ulaya [Europe]: 186,422,178;
and the Afrikan populations of the Dalit and Dravidian populations of India,
Nepal and Pakistan: 392,500,000; plus the Afrikan peoples of Australia:
520,000; the Pacific: 8,000,000; and the Afrikans of occupied Afrika ya
Kaskazini [North Afrika- Morocco, Algeria, Libya, Tunisia and Egypt]:
195,637,341 and the total Global Afrikan Population is an estimated
1,683,079,519 people out of a total world population of 6,000,000,000.
Given the harsh nature of Global Afrikan life in its current occupied and
dominated, neo-colonial context which are rife with high infant and mother
mortality rates, malnutrition and other types of hunger, biological warfare
such as UKIMWI: Ukosefu wa Kinga Mwilini [Kiswahili: AIDS] and
vaccinations, economic warfare and Utamaduni warfare these numbers may
seem a testament to the Global Afrikan

, 3XW/Akhu

[Kush/Kemet: Spirit] of survival, but a conclusion of that sort could only be
arrived at by a socially dislocated, Utamaduni mis-oriented and a-historical
mentality. Generally, the population increase across Global Afrika in the last
fifty to eighty years, is credited to improvements in food and health systems
as a direct result of Eurasian Colonization; a supposed positive outcome of
the Ulaya [Kiswahili: Europe] ‘Civilizing Mission’ to the ‘Dark Continent’. A

conclusion of this nature also is devoid of Afrikan-centered historical
grounding, resulting instead, from the Ulaya Colonization of all socialization
agencies including schooling and information about the world.
Louis-Marie Maes-Diop,2 a demographic historian and the wife of
Mhenga Cheikh Anta Diop, after a careful analysis of Afrikan continental
demographic data has determined that c. 6091 KC [c. 1850 CE] the
population of the continent of Afrika stood at 200,000,000 people.
According to the c. 6189-6190 KC [c. 1948-1949 CE] Afrikan Census, the
population of continental Afrika was counted at being approximately
125,000,000 people. From further study of population density recorded in
European and Aryan-Arab sources, Dr. Louis-Marie Maes-Diop determined
that c. 5741 KC [c. 1500 CE] the population density of continental Afrika was
40 persons per square kilometer, which puts total population at
approximately 800,000,000 people. Therefore between c. 5741-6091 KC [c.
1500-1850 CE] the population of continental Afrika had decreased
dramatically from 800,000,000 to 200,000,000 people. This precipitous drop
in population was followed by another dramatic decrease in between the

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Louise-Marie Maes-Diop, “Demography and History in Sub-Saharan Africa” ANKH, Journal of Egyptology and
African Civilizations ANKH n°2, (April 1993), pp. 164 – 199 [http://www.ankhonline.com/revue/diop_lm_history
_evolution_africa_population.htm]; Louise-Marie Maes-Diop, “The question of the Iron Age in Africa” ANKH,
Journal of Egyptology and African Civilizations ANKH No. 4-5, (1995/1996), pp. 278-303 [http://www.ankhonline.
com/revue/diop_lm_metallurgie_fer_afrique.htm]; Louise-Marie Maes-Diop, “Contribution of physicochemical
dating to the knowledge of the past of Africa” ANKH, Journal of Egyptology and African Civilizations ANKH n° 8-9,
(1999-2000), pp. 144 - 169 [http://www.ankhonline.com/revue/diop_lm_apport_datations_histoire_afrique.htm];
Louise-Marie Maes-Diop, Afrique noire, démographie, sol et histoire (Présence Africaine/ Khepera, Dakar-Paris,
1996) [Black Africa , Demographics , Land and History , Presence Africaine / Khepera , Dakar, Paris , 1996]; LouiseMarie Maes-Diop, “What slavery did to Africa” Toronto Star (Feb 3, 2008) [http://www.thestar.com/opinion/
2008/02/03/what_slavery_did_to_africa.html]

years c. 6091-6190 KC [c. 1850-1949 CE] when the population dropped
from 200,000,000 to 125,000,000 continental Afrikans.
In c. 5741 KC [c. 1500 CE] continental Afrika was a densely populated
continent with self-reliant, Afrikan Nyeusi controlled, egalitarian, ethnically
plural, regional empires and kingdoms. The large cities of continental Afrika
had populations ranging from 60,000 to 140,000 people, while towns had
populations of between 1,000 and 10,000 people. Other areas which were
not organized under a centralized regional government were densely
populated with large dispersed settlements organized around local forms of
self-reliant political economic governance. Also, c. 5741 KC [c. 1500 CE] is
also the advent of European expansion into continental Afrika as well as the
continued movement of Aryan-Arabs south coming from the northern part of
the Afrikan continent. The violent penetrations of Europeans and AryanArabs led to political, economic and social dislocation of Waafrika Weusi. The
Aryan-Arab penetration was negligible until c. 5741 KC [c. 1500 CE] when
mechanized weaponry provided Europeans and Aryan-Arabs with a distinct
advantage over Afrikan Nyeusi offensive and defensive armed forces.
Advanced military weaponry allowed the Moroccans to invade and splinter
the Songhai Empire in a decade c. 5742-5752 KC [c. 1591-1601 CE].
Aryan-Arab and European conquest in search of natural resources and
populations for enslavement led to the disintegration of continental Afrikan
Nyeusi Kingdoms which implemented the policy of military raiding of

neighbor Waafrika Weusi kingdoms to procure the forced labour required by
the Aryan-Arabs and Europeans which would be exchanged in some cases
for outmoded mechanized weaponry. The Utamboni [Kiswahili: State of
War] that ensued lead to grassroots migrations, massive population shifts,
which further disrupted food systems, health systems and the overall social
systems of settled and nomadic continental Afrikan Nyeusi nations and
communities. The breakdown of governments and social structures created
a Hobbesian state of anarchy where small groups and individuals were
forced to defend themselves against organized, foreign subsidized
mercenary hordes. The state of social disintegration created a vacuum
which was filled by European and Aryan-Arab political and economic
interests and in the new Utamaduni distortion gave birth to the social
parasite which continues to plague Afrika Nyeusi: the Aryan-Arab or
European culturally-oriented Black Colonialist Collaborator class, who in
order to escape the misery which abounded and to procure the pseudoluxuries of the perceived new European and Aryan-Arab powers, in selfish
interest would serve Europeans and Aryan-Arabs, as a political class of
Mercenaries, ‘forced labour’ Brokers, Wards of captive Afrikans in miniconcentration camps or temporary ‘slave’ pens, organizers and protectors of
Caravans, interpreters for Europeans and Aryan-Arabs and suppliers of
provisions for the European and Aryan-Arab interlopers. The continental
Afrikan Nyeusi population decrease in the period of c. 5741-6190 KC [c.

1500-1949 CE] from approximately 800,000,000 to 125,000,000 resulted
from the murder of millions of the Wahenga na Wahenguzi at the hands of
Afrikan Comprador Collaborators3 in service to European and Aryan-Arab
political economic interests. But the question now arises: Who were these
675,000,000 continental Afrikans whose lives were stolen during the Maafa
Mkubwa [Kiswahili: Great Suffering]?

Waafrika Weusi: the young and elders, men, women, girls, boys, babies born
and babies in the womb, were murdered in the hundreds of thousands in the
military invasions and raids conducted to procure forced labour.
Waafrika Weusi: the young and elders, men, women, girls, boys, babies born
and babies in the womb, were murdered in the hundreds of thousands
during the hellish, torturous forced march of several hundred kilometers over
desert and savannah, disease infested swamps and tropical jungle from the
interiors of the Western Afrikan Sudan and the East Central Afrikan Interior to
the West and East Afrikan coasts.
Waafrika Weusi: the young and elders, men, women, girls, boys, babies born
and babies in the womb, were murdered in the hundreds of thousands
attempting to escape from forced labour coffles, from mini-concentration
camps, from boats which transferred them from the shore to the ships at sea
and from the ships themselves.
Waafrika Weusi: the young and elders, men, women, girls, boys, babies born
and babies in the womb, were murdered in the hundreds of thousands as the
social disintegration led to increases in military raids for forced labour and
caused refugee population migrations.
Waafrika Weusi: the young and elders, men, women, girls, boys, babies born
and babies in the womb, were murdered in the hundreds of thousands
during the wars which resulted between Kingdoms and by mercenary Afrikan
societies such as the Waimbangala of Ngola, which participated on the side of,
or in the employ of the interlopers from Europe and Arabia.
Waafrika Weusi: the young and elders, men, women, girls, boys, babies born
and babies in the womb, were murdered in the hundreds of thousands as the
food system was destroyed and followed by food shortages, famine,

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Afrikan Collaborators generally came from the ruling Aristocracy including Spiritual Priests and Priestesses, while
also including members of the grassroots.

malnutrition, chronic under-nutrition, mal-absorptive hunger and disease and
plagues mushroomed.
Waafrika Weusi: the young and elders, men, women, girls, boys, babies born
and babies in the womb, were murdered in the hundreds of thousands as the
public health system collapsed and was eroded with the loss of public health
managers and the drop in hygienic standards.
Waafrika Weusi: the young and elders, men, women, girls, boys, babies born
and babies in the womb, were murdered in the hundreds of thousands as the
social collapse led to a loss of Wahenga na Wahenguzi Knowledge and
Wisdom and the destruction of institutions which perpetuated Utamaduni
Mkubwa ya Afrika and their replacement with the corrupt Utamaduni of
Europe and Arabia and the belief systems of Islam and Christianity [See:
Insert 1.16] and the creation of a new cultural creature steeped in selfinterest and individualism- the Black Colonialist Comprador Collaborator.
Waafrika Weusi: the young and elders, men, women, girls, boys, babies born
and babies in the womb, were murdered in the hundreds of thousands as the
mechanized weaponry which had been acquired in trades with the Europeans
and Aryan-Arabs exploded in the hands of the users in the Afrikan armed
forces which made heroic efforts to stem the tide of death and destruction.
Waafrika Weusi: the young and elders, men, women, girls, boys, babies born
and babies in the womb, were murdered in the hundreds of thousands as
colonial armies invaded and slaughtered the defending Afrikan military forces
and defenseless Afrikan communities.
Waafrika Weusi: the young and elders, men, women, girls, boys, babies born
and babies in the womb, were murdered in the hundreds of thousands as 9
out of 10 Afrikan male captives between the ages of 8 and 10 taken into the
East by the Aryan-Arabs were slaughtered in grotesque, inhuman
emasculation operations to make one Afrikan eunuch and as Afrikan female
captives succumbed to disease and death associated with genital
circumcision, rape and far too early pregnancies as concubines to Arab
Pedophiles.
Waafrika Weusi: the young and elders, men, women, girls, boys, babies born
and babies in the womb, were murdered in the hundreds of thousands as
millions were slaughtered in the Sudan a renewed effort beginning in c. 6061
KC [c. 1820 CE] with the invasion by Aryan-Arab occupied Egypt under the
leadership of Muhammad Pasha Ali and continuing to the present day as
Aryan-Arabs continue to massacre and enslave Afrikans from the Sudan to
Mauretania and justify their actions with the Quran.
Waafrika Weusi: the young and elders, men, women, girls, boys, babies born
and babies in the womb, were murdered in the hundreds of thousands by
the Boer invaders in Southern Afrika who waged wars of extermination and
later confined Afrikans to ‘Bantustans’, i.e., concentration camps or in
American parlance, reservations.

Waafrika Weusi: the young and elders, men, women, girls, boys, babies born
and babies in the womb, were murdered in the hundreds of thousands as
approximately 100,000,000+ Afrikans were slaughtered in order to take
45,000,000 Afrikans captive into the Americas to be used as chattel slaves.
Waafrika Weusi: the young and elders, men, women, girls, boys, babies born
and babies in the womb, were murdered in the hundreds of thousands:
675,000,000 to satisfy the Mercantilist and Capitalist desires of Black
Collaborators, Europeans and Arabs. The Afrikan continent which suffered at
least 90% of the damage to Global Afrikan peoples was devastated, the
captives taken into foreign lands in the East and West were socially
dislocated, dehumanized and transformed into grotesque caricatures of
Europeans and Arabs; all were traumatized, culturally corrupted and left in a
state of social, spiritual, political and economic dislocation, uncertainty and
insecurity.
Waafrika Weusi: the young and elders, men, women, girls, boys, babies born
and babies in the womb, prisoners of war, refugees turned captives,
collaborators become detainees, were confined then imprisoned in the forced
labour camps of the Americas and Asia. Forced to slave through mental and
physical torture, dehumanized, and commoditized: this is the Maafa
Mkubwa,4 the Great Suffering of the Afrikan peoples.

The Maafa Mkubwa was, as has been shown, supported, justified,
financed and profited from by professed European, Jewish and Aryan-Arab
followers of each of the so-called World Religions of Judaism, Islam and
Christianity. Each religion was and is utilized politically by Judaic
practitioners, Aryan-Arabs and Christian professing bourgeois elites in
Europe and Arabia with the support of their Black Colonialist Collaborators in
continental Afrika and the Afrikan Diaspora to further the political economic
aims of the ruling class of Eurasia of Utamaduni annihilation, economic
exploitation, political subjugation and genocide of Global Afrikan peoples. It

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Maafa is the Kiswahili word for suffering first used by Marimba Ani to describe the genocidal events of the past
five hundred years of Afrikan history. See: Marimba Ani, Yurugu: An Afrikan Centered Critique of European Cultural
Thought and Behavior (Trenton New Jersey: Africa World Press, 1994). Maafa Mkubwa is Kiswahili meaning ‘Great
Suffering.’

must not be forgotten that even the books, the Tanakh, the Bible and the
Quran, upon which each of the World Religions is based as well as religious
policy supported such acts. The official policies of the Church were clearly
not at odds with war, enslavement or genocide. The Bible clearly casts a
blind eye to Enslavement and Genocide [Insert 1.17 - 1.18D]. Even more
so Judaism and its adherents played a continuous key role in the ongoing
onslaught. Practicing Judaism, did not prohibit Judaic Practitioners. After
their expulsion from Iberia, Judaic Practitioners were heavily involved as
financiers, merchants, plantation owners, auctioneers, HMT R/Hemet Re
[Kush/Kemet: Etc.] in the Portuguese Enslavement of Afrikans beginning in
approximately c. 5685 KC [c. 1444 CE], in the Portuguese ‘possessions’ of
off West Afrika and later in South America in Brazil, and in the Caribbean
namely on the islands of Jamaica, Suriname, Barbados, Curacao, Martinique,
Nevis, Saint Dominique, Saint Eustatius, Saint Thomas as well as in the
Dutch colonies of New Amsterdam in North America in the colonies of New
York, Rhode Island, and in the American south in places like Virginia and
South Carolina. [Insert 1.19]
The Maafa Mkubwa in all of its hellish horror was merely a continuation
of European socio-economic political and cultural policy which had been
developed by them upon their own peoples.5 The war and devastation which

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“More institutional continuity between ancient and modern slavery existed than generally has been suggested.
While some scholars recognize that American slavery had much in common with that of the Greek and Roman
classical form, many scholars prefer to accept the rumor of chattel slavery's disappearance during Europe's Middle
Ages. This acceptance tends to preclude any theory of direct influence and linkages. However, the evidence of

the Europeans and Aryan-Arabs brought to continental Afrika had only
recently been visited by the elites upon their own people in their own lands
and would continue into the present era. One need only consider the
treatment meted out to the Kagots who lived in the northern part of the
Iberian Peninsula and into the Western regions of contemporary France. A
people alternately known as indigenous to the region or as descendants of
the West Afrikan Moors and the local peoples, the Kagots were completely
segregated from the society, forced to live in separate residential areas,
prevented by legal statue and social prejudice from migration and even
required to participate in all religious functions in much the same way that
Afrikans would be treated in the Americas: entrance through special doors,
participation in communion from separate communal cups and so on. The
Kagots however, were not of a different race or ethnicity and had always
been in the area where they were severely persecuted facing burnings,
maiming and execution. The main distinguishing mark of being Kagot was
the work occupations, which they were limited to by law: construction,
slaters or tilers. Kagots could not sell anything edible, be found inside a city
before sunrise or after sundown, nor could Kagot women purchase things in
the market on any day except Monday. If a Kago woman broke this

continuity remains. This paper offers a brief overview of the connections between the slave system and slave trade
of the Old World and that of the so-called New World by highlighting the role of Jews in this oppressive
commercial enterprise and social system.” Charshee McIntyre, “The Continuity of the International Slave Trade
and Slave System” (1990)

prohibition she would be flogged. Furthermore, any physical contact with
the Kagot, including the brushing of clothing was considered a harbinger of
disease as they were seen as lepers and was prevented by social edicts, thus
intermarriage was prohibited. The persecution of the Kagots continued from
approximately c. 5041-6161 KC [c. 800-1920 CE].6
Another example is the depopulation mechanisms in European
peninsular history known as: 1) the “Hundred Years War” c. 5578-5694 KC
[c. 1337-1453 CE] fought between Britain and France and also including
conflicts involving Italy, Portugal and Granada which due to its deleterious
impact on the food and health system led to the Bubonic Plague and the
Black Death ravaging the populations; 2) the Peasants Revolt in England in

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“At the beginning of the sixteenth century, the Cagots of Navarre complained to the Pope, that they were
excluded from the fellowship of men, and accursed by the Church, because their ancestors had given help to a
certain Count Raymond of Toulouse in his revolt against the Holy See. They entreated his holiness not to visit upon
them the sins of their fathers. The Pope issued a bull on the thirteenth of May, fifteen hundred and fifteen —
ordering them to be well-treated and to be admitted to the same privileges as other men. He charged Don Juan de
Santa Maria of Pampeluna to see to the execution of this bull. But Don Juan was slow to help, and the poor Spanish
Cagots grew impatient, and resolved to try the secular power. They accordingly applied to the Cortes of Navarre,
and were opposed on a variety of grounds. First, it was stated that their ancestors had had “nothing to do with
Raymond Count of Toulouse, or with any such knightly personage; that they were in fact descendants of Gehazi,
servant of Elisha (second book of Kings, fifth chapter, twenty-seventh verse), who had been accursed by his master
for his fraud upon Naaman, and doomed, he and his descendants, to be lepers for evermore. Name, Cagots or
Gahets; Gahets, Gehazites. What can be more clear? And if that is not enough, and you tell us that the Cagots are
not lepers now; we reply that there are two kinds of leprosy, one perceptible and the other imperceptible, even to
the person suffering from it. Besides, it is the country talk, that where the Cagot treads, the grass withers, proving
the unnatural heat of his body. Many credible and trustworthy witnesses will also tell you that, if a Cagot holds a
freshly-gathered apple in his hand, it will shrivel and wither up in an hour’s time as much as if it had been kept for
a whole winter in a dry room. They are born with tails; although the parents are cunning enough to pinch them off
immediately. Do you doubt this? If it is not true, why do the children of the pure race delight in sewing on sheep’s
tails to the dress of any Cagot who is so absorbed in his work as not to perceive them? And their bodily smell is so
horrible and detestable that it shows that they must be heretics of some vile and pernicious description, for do we
not read of the incense of good workers, and the fragrance of holiness?” See: Elizabeth Gaskell, “An Accursed
Race,” in Lizzie Leigh and Other Tales (London: Smith, Elder and Co., 1896)

c. 5622 KC [c. 1381 CE] in which the peasants were defeated by the nobility
in the revolt against social and economic exploitation; 3) the German
Bundschuh Peasants Revolt c. 5734-5758 KC [c. 1493-1517 CE] and the
German Peasants War c. 5765-5766 KC [c. 1524-1525 CE] in which the
German grassroots rose up against economic and religious exploitation of
the ruling elites and over 100,000 were slaughtered as the old order was
maintained; 4) the Eighty Years War between Spain and the Dutch Republic
c. 5809-5889 KC [c. 1568-1648 CE] in which the Dutch won their
independence; 5) the Thirty Years War c. 5859-5889 KC [c. 1618-1648 CE]
in which Protestant States and Catholic States slaughtered one another over
political and economic power under the guise of religious difference, the
result leading to further war between France and Spain c. 5889-5900 KC [c.
1648-1659 CE]; 6) the Swiss Peasants War c. 5894 KC [c. 1653 CE] in which
Swiss Peasants revolted over economic exploitation and were defeated.7
On the eve of European so-called global ‘Voyages of Discovery’, these
and many other conflicts had led to Europe being poverty ridden, diseased
and depopulated labour becoming a scarce resource thus playing a role in
the collapse of the Feudal order which rested on the exploited labor of the

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Janos Bok, The German Peasant War of 1525 (The Library of Peasant Studies : No. 3, 1976); Friedrich
Engels[1850], "The Peasant War in Germany" Marx & Engels Collected Works Vol X (New York: International
Publishers, 1978); Gerhard Benecke, Germany in the Thirty Years War (London: St. Martin's Press, 1978); Paul
Kennedy, The Rise and Fall of the Great Powers: Economic Change and Military Conflict from 1500 to 2000 (New
York: Harper Collins, 1988); Herbert Langer, The Thirty Years' War (Poole, England: Blandford Press, 1980);
Jonathan Israel, Empires and Entrepôts: The Dutch, the Spanish Monarchy, and the Jews, 1585–1713 (Continuum
International Publishing Group, 1990); Caroline M. Barron, Revolt in London: 11 to 15 June 1381 (London, UK:
Museum of London, 1981); Anne Curry, The Hundred Years War 1337–1453 (Oxford: Osprey Publishing, 2002)

peasants. The Utamaduni and institutional degradation, economic
devastation and reorganization and political subjugation that the European
aristocracy and economic elite would later inflict upon continental Afrika,
Asia and the Americas, it had assiduously practiced and perfected upon its
own populations over centuries c. 4941-6141 KC [c. 700-1900 CE] on the
British Isles and the European Peninsula.
In fact Europe was [is] a land ridden by ethnic and economic warfare
c. 4941- 6261 KC [c. 700-2020 CE]. The societies were [are] highly
stratified with severe subordination and degradation of women. Aristocratic
elites exercised absolute power over the grassroots assigning them the
social, political, economic and cultural role of serfs or virtual slaves, later to
transition to wage slaves. All political and economic institutions were [are]
controlled by the Aristocracy, leading to sustained efforts at total control of
the consciousness of the grassroots. Germany alone, in its history
experienced over fifty peasant revolts from c. 5577- 5766 KC [c. 1336-1525
CE] prior to the establishment of the second German Reich. The revolts
resulted from unequal distribution of income which continued to increase to
the point that the interval between the wealthy aristocracy and the
impoverished peasant grew exponentially. The aristocracy continued to
increase the tax burden of the peasant. The perpetual state of war between
the German Aristocracy and other countries led to a state of inflation as the
price of basic goods rose beyond the ability of the peasants to purchase and

lack of basic goods reduced health and increased famine and plagues. The
reasons given for the continuous peasant revolts are quite familiar today as
they are the outgrowth of the inhuman social systems of Europe, of which
Germany is an excellent example. Germany fought in the Thirty Years War c.
5859- 5889 KC [c. 1618-1648 CE] and further impoverished its peasants.
The Protestant Reformation c. 5758-5889 KC [c. 1517-1648 CE] which led in
part to the Thirty Years War and the Counter Reformation c. 5786-5889 KC
[c. 1545-1648 CE] engendered further violent political, economic and
religious strife disrupting the lives of the peasants and causing untold death
and destruction, while depopulating Germany to the point that the
population was reduced from 16,000,000 to 10,000,000 Germans. Germany
was then invaded and therefore at war with France and the Ottoman Empire
c. 5919- 5938 KC [c. 1678-1697 CE] and then with Austria c. 5981- 6004 KC
[c. 1740-1763 CE]. Germany in turn invaded and dismantled the Polish state
c. 6013-6036 KC [c. 1772–1795 CE] and was at war with France again c.
6033- 6056 KC [c. 1792-1815 CE] following the French Revolution of c. 6030
KC [c. 1789 CE].
This period encompasses the Napoleonic Wars c. 6032-6056 KC [c.
1791-1815 CE] which were a Global European war and included the leading
countries of Europe: Britain, Spain, Germany, Hungary, Russia, Portugal,
Sweden, the Netherlands and Switzerland , France, Poland, Holland,
Denmark, Ottoman Empire, and Norway, in a variety of alliances and

groupings, while France waged war against Ayiti [Haiti] c. 6032- 6044 KC [c.
1791-1803 CE] attempting to defeat the Ayitian Wanamapinduzi
[Kiswahili: Revolutionaries] in their liberation struggle. Following the French,
English, Spanish and American defeats in Ayiti, the Napoleonic Wars would
be centered in North Afrika and Europe c. 6044-6056 KC [c. 1803-1815 CE]
with the eventual defeat of Napoleon and the continued decimation of
Europe. Following the French defeat in the Napoleonic Wars Germany would
be racked by war from c. 6056- 6107 KC [c. 1815-1866 CE] experiencing the
multiple revolutions within the Confederated German states in c. 6089 KC
[1848 CE], which were part of a larger Mapinduzi [Kiswahili: Revolutionary]
movement which swept across France, Poland, Italy, and the Austrian
Empire as well. The Mapinduzi movement was seeking to end among other
things the economic imbalance in society, but instead, resulted in the death
of thousands from the European grassroots and the retention of the old
economic order. Germany and Austria would again go to war in c. 6107 KC
[c. 1866 CE] and Germany would organize itself into the Second German
Reich or Imperial Germany from c. 6111- 6159 KC [c. 1870-1918 CE].
This perpetual state of war for political economic dominance of which
Germany is only one example of the routine in Europe would extend itself
into a global struggle amongst the Mabila [Kiswahili: Ethnic Groups] of
Europe to gain supremacy over the resource rich areas of the world. In c.
6125 KC [c. 1884 CE] following centuries of warfare over control of the

European mainland and over the imperial domains of Britain, France, the
Dutch, Portugal and Spain the Germans organized the Berlin Conference on
the Partition of Afrika to facilitate European Conquest, political subjugation,
economic reorientation and "Humanitarian Development" of continental
Afrika. Germany too wanted to extend itself into the sphere of conquest and
colonization in continental Afrika. One of the intentions of the Conference the
ending of the constant state of war among the European nations failed as
from c. 6155-6159 KC [c. 1914-1918 CE] the nations of Europe were locked
in internecine warfare for World White Imperialist Supremacy, the so-called
“First World War,” which would lead to the birth of the Union of Soviet
Socialist Republics a nation with a European socialist political economic
orientation which was and is anathema to the Western Powers. AfrikansFrench Senegalese Native Troops, British Native Regiments of Nigerians,
Rhodesians, HMT R/Hemet Re [Kush/Kemet: Etc.], and the Afrikan
Diaspora-French Guyanese and Martinique Regiments, American-Afrikan
Units in the United States Infantry, HMT R/Hemet Re [Kush/Kemet: Etc.],
with the urging of collaborative oriented, western schooled, trained and
selected ‘Black Collaborationist Leaders’ [Insert 1.20], were used as fodder
in the militaries of the Western nations fighting for control of the immense
material wealth of the conquered and colonized lands of Afrika.8

8

“To-day Africa is being enslaved by the theft of her land and natural resources. A century ago black men owned
all but a morsel of South Africa. The Dutch and English came, and to-day 1,250,000 whites own 264,000,000 acres,
leaving only 21,000,000 acres for 4,500,000 natives. Finally, to make assurance doubly sure, the Union of South
Africa has refused natives even the right to buy land. This is a deliberate attempt to force the Negroes to work on

This particular global struggle by European powers9 led to a Capitalist
economic boom and then a depression and an upward re-distribution of
wealth in the Western countries and erosion of the ‘Middle Class’ buffer
between the Upper Class and the grassroots of the poor, known as the
“Great Depression” c. 6161-6179 KC [c. 1920-1938 CE]. Heavily
impoverished Afrikan grassroots in the Diaspora and on the Continent
generally were unaffected by the Capitalist economic boom and depression.
In the Diaspora, Afrikans were already extremely steeped in poverty
resulting from White Supremacist institutions such as poor if any vocational
training and Sharecropping in the United States. Economic reorientation
through the conversion from self-reliant domestic food provision to cash
crops for international export and the implementation of forced labour on
colonial plantations and the money economy on the Afrikan continent also
bred impoverishment; and the peasants of the Afrikan continent were still an
‘un-captured’ group in the World Capitalist Economic System, meaning their

farms and in mines and kitchens for low wages. All over Africa has gone this shameless monopolizing of land and
natural resources to force poverty on the masses and reduce them to the 'dumb-driven-cattle' stage of labor
activity. . . But the brute fact remains: the white man is ruling black Africa for the white man's gain, and just as far
as possible he is doing the same to colored races elsewhere. Can such a situation bring peace? . . . Political power
to-day is but the weapon to force economic power.” W. E. B. DuBois, “The African Roots of War” The Atlantic
Monthly vol. 115, no. 5 (May, 1915)
9

The Seven Years War 5995-6004 KC [1754-1763 CE] was a global war fought between Britain, Germany, Russia,
Spain, Portugal, Austria, France and Sweden over control of continental Ulaya and the Ulaya Trading Empires
centered on the colonial possessions of Afrika and Asia, which was waged in Europe, North and South America,
West Africa, India, and the Islands of the Philippines. See: Daniel Baugh, The Global Seven Years War, 1754-1763
(New Jersey: Pearson Press, 2011) Other Global Wars were the Roman–Persian War 4149- 4870 KC [92 BCE – 629
CE]; Wars of Alexander of Macedon 3906- 3918 KC [335 BCE – 323 BCE]; Arab Islamic–Byzantine Empire War 48705296 KC[629 –1055 CE]; Byzantine Empire–Ottoman Empire War 5506- 5720 KC [1265 –1479 CE]

general economic existence was still outside of market forces. To an extent
it still is in the present.
This state of affairs which touched off hyper-inflation across Europe,
especially in Germany gave way to a resumption of war among the Mabila of
Europe. For the years c. 6180-6186 KC [c. 1939-1945 CE] saw the Mabila of
Europe engaged in yet another internecine war for World White Supremacy,
i.e., the so-called “Second World War.” Afrikans once again served as human
fodder in the Western militaries struggle for dominance over Afrikan
continental resources. The end of this particular European conflagration was
also the beginning of the latest stage in the expansion of Afrikan political
independence movements led in the main by western trained, European
oriented, Black Colonial Elites.
In yet another effort to eliminate war among the Mabila of Europe,
from c. 6187-6198 KC [c. 1946-1957 CE] the victorious countries of Europe
set up the United Nations, the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade
[GATT], which became the World Trade Organization [WTO] in c. 6236 KC
[c. 1995 CE], the International Monetary Fund [IMF], the International Bank
for Reconstruction and Development and enacted the Bretton Woods
System, which required member countries to implement a monetary policy
which would regulate exchange rates by tying all currencies to the U.S.
Dollar. Each country’s currency would be valued in terms of U.S. Dollars,
which was convertible into Gold until c. 6212 KC [c. 1971 CE] when the

United States ended the convertibility of Dollars into Gold. The Dollar now
being Fiat Currency or money that has value as a result of the power and
enacted laws of a government. Even more importantly, the value of a
currency would be determined by the relationship of its supply and the
demand for the currency. By linking all currencies to the U.S. Dollar, the
demand for the Dollar and its limited supply increased its value. All of this
was developed and implemented in preparation for the Post-War World,
which was forecasted to be filled with nominally politically independent
Afrikans managing the former colonial institutions set up by European
colonists. The goal was the re-establishment or adjustment of the
mechanisms of institutional control for the continuation of Western Economic
Imperialism.
The period of c. 6198-6235 KC [c. 1957-1994 CE] would be marked by
Wars of Liberation which pitted National Liberation movements against
western-backed, reactionary, counter-revolutionary forces in the political
independence movements of Afrika, Asia and the Americas and by the socalled East/West “Cold War.” In the Western countries of Western Europe
and America, no actual fighting occurred, but a “Hot War” was rampant on
the fringes of the Union of Soviet Socialists Republics and throughout
continental Afrika, Asia and South America subsidized financially and
militarily by the Western and the Soviet Bloc Countries. Overall this time
frame would be defined by continued economic impoverishment and political

and economic destabilization of continental Afrika and the Afrikan Diaspora
by Western powers aided significantly by Afrikan Compradors who provided
unlimited access to their European and Aryan-Arab masters. In this regard
it should be noted that North Vietnam emerging victorious from its neocolonial war with the United States c. 6195-6216 KC [c. 1954-1975 CE]
showed that where there is no internal enemy, the external enemy has no
power.
The years between c. 6235-6261 KC [c. 1994-2020 CE] has been
delineated by continued Western financed Warfare renamed Regime Change,
Political Destabilization and Political Re-Colonization of Neo-colonized Afrika
and the Afrikan Diaspora through the support of Black Colonialist
Collaborator Reactionaries such as Mobutu Sese Seko and Papa Doc
Duvalier, all of this currently being accomplished under the guise of a
Western "War on Terrorism," the so-called implementation of Western
defined Democracy; and the provision of "Humanitarian Aid" to combat
hunger and UKIMWI: Ukosefu wa Kinga Mwilini [AIDS]. These actions
being thoroughly in sync with the Western use of organizations such as the
United Nations and private Non-governmental agencies both financed and
controlled by the Western powers and used as a means of entering into a
politically, militarily or economically destabilized country or rather a country

that they have politically, militarily or economically destabilized,10 under the
auspice of the banner of ‘Humanitarianism’. All now currently under the
leadership of the latest European power to assume the chairmanship of the
European quest11 for continued global dominance: the United States of
America [Insert 1.21].
The United States of America maintains are precarious hegemony
based on warfare or the ‘politics of barbarism’ over a western defined
International Political System where all politically ‘engaged’ nations interact
in a political economy defined by a contest of military strength, in the
manner of the Portuguese and Spanish Conquistadors, and embark on a
Grand Strategy of con-quest for power over the other and for peace as the
pacification of dissent and the violent end of all resistance. Given the
interdependence between military capabilities, research and development
and macroeconomics, military expansion of empire faces increasing
economic problems that result from over-extension which weaken the
internal structure of the imperial heartland due to the stress placed on the
domestic economic system, which in reality carries the burden of the

10

John Perkins, Confessions of an Economic Hitman (Berkeley, Calif.: Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc., 2004); Steven
Hiatt, Editor, A Game as Old as Empire: The Secret World of Economic Hit Men and the Web of Global Corruption
(Berkeley, Calif.: Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc., 2007)
11

"I might point out here that colonialism or imperialism, as the slave system of the West is called, is not
something that is just confined to England or France or the United States. The interests in this country are in
cahoots with the interests in France and the interests in Britain. It's one huge complex or combine, and it creates
what's known not as the American power structure or the French power structure, but an international power
structure. This international power structure is used to suppress the masses of dark-skinned people all over the
world and exploit them of their natural resources." [Mhenga Malcolm X]

economic costs. So the United States and its Western Allies preside over a
system whereby warfare is properly defined as violent political economy
negotiations waged by coerced impoverished peasants of one nation against
the impoverished peasants of another nation on the behalf of the controlling
elite.
The hegemony is precarious as the preponderance of military
technological superiority of the European Alliance is at best of extremely,
limited conditional utility, where circumstances seldom provide the ideal
conventional warfare situations for massed non-linear, military engagements
and economic blockades in which the relative might of the European Alliance
in maneuverability, technology and speed, could be brought to bear. A
situation of this nature does not exist anywhere in the world as traditional or
Wahenga na Wahenguzi based non-western, anti-comprador state actors
that are in many cases also anti-European, anti-neocolonial movements
enjoying grassroots support and thus causing the European Alliance to
function in a hostile environment where grassroots civilians and liberation
soldiers are indistinguishable. As all social institutions have melded into a
total institution of resistance where the population having clearly perceived
the interdependence of European political economy interests and the
recurring European initiated warfare, utilize asymmetric rural guerilla and
urban guerilla warfare techniques, political-psychological warfare and terror
tactics aimed at economic resource infrastructure. In this atmosphere

warfare ‘degenerates’ into preventative warfare especially on the part of the
European Alliance and attrition warfare where the grassroots noncombatants are displaced from their ancestral lands by the European
initiated war, and interned in refugee camps established by European
developed and controlled ‘humanitarian’ agencies, the national
infrastructure is weakened to the point of debilitation and also where
European military personnel and their comprador proxy martial forces are
psychologically enfeebled and physically weakened through repeated nonconventional assaults, which gradually deteriorate the socio-psychological
will to continue and induce an increase in trauma defined, ‘self-justified’,
‘savage’ sado-masochistic, reprisals against non-combatants.
All European Alliance military engagements since the end of the
European war for control of the International Political Economy of
Exploitation c. 6155-6159 and c. 6180-6186 KC [c. 1914-1918 and c. 19391945 CE] demonstrate the contemporary precarious nature of United States
hegemony. The European War on the Korean Peasants, the War on
Vietnamese Peasants, the multiple invasions and massacres of the Ayitian
Peasants, the War on the Iraq Peasants, the War on the Palestinian
Peasants, the War on Libyan Afrikan Peasants, the War on the Afghan
Peasants, the War on the Syrian Peasants all provide succinct evidence of
the changed nature of European Hegemony and of the European
manipulation of revolution through sponsoring counter-revolutionary

organizations all in an effort to maintain hegemony. The term peasant is
here used as it denotes etymologically12 the rural people who today are
called peasants and in ancient times were called by the Latin word pagans
another word which denotes rural. All additional baggage which has been
attached to the word such as socially and technologically backwards, poor,
unlettered, illiterate or uneducated are all European discourse concepts
designed to dehumanize the worlds majority. The reduction of rural people
through discourse manipulation serves to provide the cover for European
and Afrikan Comprador expropriation and exploitation of Afrikan grassroots

12

Robert K. Barnhart, ed., Barnhart Dictionary of Etymology (New York: H.W. Wilson Co., 1988); Carl Darling Buck,
A Dictionary of Selected Synonyms in the Principal Indo-European Languages (Chicago: University of Chicago,
1949); Frederic Cassidy and Joah Houston Hall, eds., Dictionary of American Regional English, (Cambridge: Harvard
University Press, 1985); Michiel de Vaan, Etymological Dictionary of Latin and the other Italic Languages, vol. 7, of
Leiden Indo-European Etymological Dictionary Series, Alexander Lubotsky ed., (Leiden: Brill, 2008); John S. Farmer,
Slang and Its Analogues Past and Present (London, 1890); H.W. Fowler, A Dictionary of Modern English Usag,
(Oxford Univ. Press, 1926); J.R. Clark Hall, A Concise Anglo-Saxon Dictionary (Cambridge University Press, 1894);
Alan Hindley, Frederick W. Langley, Brian J. Levy, Old French-English Dictionary (Cambridge University Press, 2000);
Ernest Klein, A Comprehensive Etymological Dictionary of the English Language (Amsterdam: Elsevier Scientific
Publishing Co., 1971); Charlton T. Lewis, Elementary Latin Dictionary (Oxford, 1890); Anatoly Liberman, Analytic
Dictionary of English Etymology (University of Minnesota Press, 2008); Henry George Liddell and Robert Scott, eds.,
Intermediate Greek-English Lexicon (Oxford Univ. Press, 1883); Calvert Watkins, ed., The American Heritage
Dictionary of Indo-European Roots (Houghton Mifflin Co., 2000); Ernest Weekley, An Etymological Dictionary of
Modern English (John Murray, 1921); William Dwight Whitney, ed., The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia (New
York: The Century Co., 1902); Geir T. Zoëga, A Concise Dictionary of Old Icelandic (University of Toronto Press,
2004); John Ayto, Dictionary of Word Origins (Arcade Publishing, 1990); A. Brachet, An Etymological Dictionary of
the French Language Translator, G.W. Kitchin, (Oxford, 1882); T.C. Donkin, An Etymological Dictionary of the
Romance Languages (Edinburgh, 1864); E.V. Gordon, An Introduction to Old Norse (Oxford University Press, 1956);
John D.D. Jamieson, A Dictionary of the Scottish Language (Edinburgh, 1846); Francis Johnson, A Dictionary of
Persian, Arabic, and English (London, 1852); Frances Karttunen, An Analytical Dictionary of Nahuatl (Austin:
University of Texas, 1983); Roland G. Kent, Old Persian, (New Haven, Conn.: American Oriental Society, 1953);
Anatole V. Lyovin, An Introduction to the Languages of the World (Oxford University Press, 1997); Sir Monier
Monier-Williams, A Sanskrit-English Dictionary, Etymologically and Philologically Arranged (Oxford University
Press, 1899); William Smith, ed., A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities (London: John Murray, 1878);
Francis H. Stratmann, and Henry Bradley, A Middle-English Dictionary (Oxford, 1891); T.G. Tucker, Etymological
Dictionary of Latin (Ares Publishers, 1976); Douglas Harper, Online Etymology Dictionary (2013)[
http://www.etymonline.com]

natural and rural human resources under the guise of Economic
Development.
European Capitalism, European Socialism, European Communism,
enslavement, Afrikan Political & Economic Co-optation, Genocide, Murder,
Narcotic Drugs & Addiction, Afrikan youth Pregnancy and Uanaharamu
[Kiswahili: Bastardization], Rape and Violence against the Afrikan Woman,
girl and infant, Afrikan on Afrikan Violence, Afrikan Civil War,
Homosexualization HMT R/Hemet Re [Kush/Kemet: Etc.], all of these
despiritualized relationships are symptoms of the central Afrikan problem of
the 61rst and 62nd Centuries KC [20th & 21rst Centuries CE]: the lack of
substantive counter-vailing Uweza wa Afrika [Kiswahili: Afrikan Power]!
Following the ‘completion’ of the military conquest of continental Afrika by
the Europeans in the early c. 6140s KC [c. 1900s CE], the Utamaduni
foundation and physical material of Afrikan Military and Politico-Economic
power was shattered. More succinctly:
"Colonization did not construct a new society, it did not civilize
Afrika, did not modernize it as it would have become modernized
without foreign influence. Naked commercialism wiped out the
old values and traditions without putting anything in their place.
A multitude of half baked structures and systems was erected,
only to be rejected today by the Europeans who invented them."13

Meaning the ability to amass standing armies for offensive and defensive
purposes and the ability to provide Utamaduni definition, and politicoeconomic guidance and support on a national scale had been severely

13

Arslan Humbaraci and Nicole Muchnik, Portugal’s African Wars: Angola, Guinea-Bissao, Mozambique (Dar es
Salaam: Tanzania Publishing House, 1974)

eroded. Since that time with the exception of cursory guerilla defensive
activities, Afrikans have been at the mercy of the European Alliance with no
coordinated, substantive means of political-economic and cultural strategy of
defense and, or offense. Since the Conquest as a result of mis-education
through European and Aryan-Arab schooling, i.e., training institutions
Afrikans have been seeking assimilation into alien Utamaduni Structures for
the most part; and have been acculturated with alien Utamaduni ideologies
which are then used by Afrikans against themselves.
By calling a country European or Aryan-Arab, focus should not be
exclusively placed on the racial or ethnic character as defined by
pigmentation, the specific emphasis here is on the mental state, the
predominant cognitive-affective Utamaduni residing in the heads of the
people of the country. For example, the Sudan is a country of Waafrika
Weusi; however, the cognitive-affective Utamaduni of the Political Elites in
the country is Aryan-Arab to the point that they consider themselves Arabs
and not Waafrika Weusi. Another, example is the European cognitiveaffective Utamaduni in the heads of the Political Elites in several Afrikan
countries, the Black Bourgeoisie of E. Franklin Frazier or the Black
Colonialists of Chinweizu. Examples in this case are the Political Elites of socalled Afrikan America, Nigeria, Tanzania, Kenya and South Afrika.
Since c. 6190s KC [c. 1950s CE] Afrikans have participated
in "National Independence Movements" both emancipatory and violent,

under the guidance of visionary leaders such as Mhenga Marcus Mosiah
Garvey, Mhenga Malcolm X, Mhenga Patrice Lumumba, Mhenga Mwalimu
Julius Nyerere, Mhenga Osagyefo Kwame Nkrumah, Mhenga Sekou
Toure, Mhenga Amilcar Cabral, Mhenga Oginga Odinga, Mzee Robert
Mugabe, HMT R/Hemet Re [Kush/Kemet: Etc.]. Each recognized that what
had actually occurred was not liberation. For instance Mhenga Oginga
Odinga noted that that what had been attained in Kenya was not Uhuru, and
that more had to be done consciously and economically.14 And just as in the
Kushite Hebrew Viasili of the Temple of Yahweh teaches that it was not for
David King of Israel to build the new Temple to the Kushite Hebrew Deity
Yahweh, for his role was that of the establisher of the Kushite Hebrew
Kingdom and his descendant King Solomon had the duty of building the
symbolic heart of the nation; so it is with Global Waafrika Weusi today
metaphorically speaking. It was not for the independence generation to
complete the task of Global Waafrika Weusi Re-Construction, they through
their words and actions have set contemporary Global Waafrika Weusi on the
path of the Waafrika Weusi Way. It is for the current generation of Global
Waafrika Weusi to learn from the successes and mistakes and continue the
task. Global Waafrika Weusi cannot leave the political apparatus that now
holds sway in Waafrika Weusi countries in the hands of Afrikan Comprador
Neo-Colonialists political class who are little more than apologists and

14

See: Jaramogi Ajuma Oginga Odinga, Not Yet Uhuru (South Africa: Heinemann, 1968)

sycophants acting on behalf of European Imperialism. And who exactly are
the Afrikan Comprador Neo-Colonialists? The Afrikan Comprador Neocolonialists’ European Masters as their creators are best able to describe
them. Though the descriptions below were of the Nigerian Comprador Class
it is applicable to the whole of Global Afrikan peoples of contemporary times:
“…The interests of a large native population (should) not be subject
to the will…of a small minority of educated and Europeanized natives
who have nothing in common with them, an whose interests are often
opposed to theirs…” [Frederick Lugard, 1920]
“It can only be described as farcical to suppose that…continental Nigeria
can be represented by a handful of gentlemen drawn from a half-dozen
coastal towns-men born and bred in British-administered towns situated
on the seashore who, in the safety of British protection, have peacefully
pursued their studies under British protection, have peacefully pursued
their studies under British teachers, in British schools, in order to enable
them to become ministers of the Christian religion or learned in the laws
of England, whose eyes are fixed, not upon African native history or
tradition or policy, nor upon their own tribal obligations and duties to their
Natural Rulers which immemorial custom should impose on them, but upon
political circumstances, arising out of a wholly different environment, for
the government of peoples who have arrived at a wholly different stage
of civilization…” [Hugh Clifford, Governor British Nigeria, 1920]
“…The worst effect of education in Nigeria has been the manufacture
of bad imitations of Europeans instead of good Africans.” [Alan Burns,
Chief Secretary of Nigeria, 1924]15

Under such circumstance Global Afrikans cannot turn their backs on
government and political participation and say that the institutions are
corrupt, that the institutions are the creation of Europe, HMT R/Hemet Re
[Kush/Kemet: Etc.]. For in so doing the following type of character will step
into the vacuum:
"The politicians and administrators of black Afrikan states have
degenerated into highly privileged and highly disillusioned cliques
with no care beyond the material concerns of their own closed shop
15

Michael Crowder, The Story of Nigeria (London: Faber and Faber, 1962); Michael Crowder, A Short History of
Nigeria (London: F.A. Praeger, 1966)

...Foreign aid resulted mainly in the creation of a parasitic caste of
government employees whose overriding ambition is to appropriate
for themselves an ever increasing proportion of public revenue....
Urban privileged minorities who have replace the white coloniserof their abusive profits, their total disregard of the public interest,
and of their alliance with neo-colonialism. The same emergent Afrikan
bourgeois classes are to be found in power over practically all Afrika..."16

Neither can Global Afrikans seek solace in the imported colonial versions of
the religions of Christianity and Islam or in Judaism, nor in an abstract
detached Afrikan

, 3XW/Akhu [Kush/Kemet: Spirituality]. To begin

with, neither migrating Judean refugees following the first Judean-Roman
war of c. 4307-4314 KC [c. 66-73CE], and the second and third JudeanRoman Wars of c. 4356-4358 KC [c. 115-117 CE] and c. 4373-4377 KC [c.
132-136 CE], who practiced Judaism, nor the missionary proselytizers of
Christianity c. 4275- 6261 KC [c. 34-2020 CE], or even the evangelistic
propagandists Aryan-Arab merchants of Islam c. 4881-6261 KC [c. 6402020 CE] who came after the Christians, taught anything new to any Afrikan
Mabila in any of the territorial states in continental Afrika into which they
journeyed. Beginning with the violent shift of the Christian Movement from
its Northeastern Afrika-contemporary North Afrika, the Eastern ‘Horn’ of
Afrika and Southwestern Asia, i.e., the Arabian Peninsula, incubator to
Europe proper, i.e., Roman Europe, the old Roman elites, who became
Bishops and Cardinals of the new faith following their two century

16

Arslan Humbaraci and Nicole Muchnik, Portugal’s African Wars: Angola, Guinea-Bissao, Mozambique (Dar es
Salaam: Tanzania Publishing House, 1974)

persecution of the original North Afrikan Nyeusi Christians, co-opted those
aspects of the systems of

beliefs,

, 3XW/Akhu [Kush/Kemet: Spirituality],

, 3XWY/Akhuy [Kush/Kemet: Spiritual] rites

and ceremonial rituals of the Temples of the Afrikan Mabila of the Utamaduni
Mkubwa ya Kush and KMT/Kemet.
Rites and Rituals that are associated with the Temple

, TP

HSB/Tep Heseb [Kush/Kemet: Methodology] of Worship of the

, NTR

‘З /Netcher-aa [Kush/Kemet: Yah, Allah, and God] in the NTR ‘З /Netcheraa’s expression as the Wahenga na Wahenguzi Amen-Ra,

ЗST/Auset,

,

, WSIR/Ausar,

, HRW SЗ ЗST SЗ WSIR/Heru Sa Auset Sa Ausar [Kush/Kemet:

Heru son of Auset, son of Ausar],

, PTH/Ptah,

,

XPR‘/Khepera,

, DHWTY/Djehuty, , MЗ‘T/Maat,

,

HWT HRW/Het-Heru, HMT R/Hemet Re [Kush/Kemet: Etc.], and to
which either they believed they were able to understand, or which they
interpreted as being in some way in agreement with their own patriarchal,
misogynistic, sadist Roman Culture were incorporated. All other aspects of
the spiritual systems of the Afrikan Mabila of the Utamaduni Mkubwa ya
Kush and KMT/Kemet were burned or otherwise destroyed and declared as
heretic or against

, NTR ‘З /Netcher-aa [Kush/Kemet: Yah, Allah, and

God] with the Temples themselves being:
1) Defaced and converted into Christian houses of worship,
2) Vandalized and left to decay, or
3) Defaced and used as building material in Christian Churches, and public buildings
and later under Muslim rule as material in Islamic Mosques, public buildings and
palaces.

The very peoples of the Utamaduni Mkubwa ya Kush and KMT/Kemet
from whom so much of Christian Mythology, rites and rituals was taken are
the same Afrikan Mabila whom the Roman Catholic Christians and their
descendants in the Protestant Christian Churches, would later label as
heathen, barbaric, savage and uncivilized, and then by imperial decree
would close down the Afrikan centers of Higher Learning which were under
their political control. Today what passes for Christianity is a conceptually

watered-down, fanatically-emotionalized, unreasoned anti-thought,
Europeanized fundamentalism, which is spread by the uncivilized and insane
of Europe and their neo-colonized, schizophrenic offspring. Much the same
can also be said of Judaism and Islam.
Furthermore,

sake of

, 3XW/Akhu [Kush/Kemet: Spirituality] for the

, 3XW/Akhu [Kush/Kemet: Spirituality] or as an escape

from the very real problems of the Global Afrikan people does not alleviate
the symptoms of European and Aryan-Arab conquest. Global Afrikan

3XW/Akhu [Kush/Kemet: Spirituality] is a dynamic, national liberating
movement that moves the Global Afrikan to psychological, sociological,
political, economic educational, theological, religious, ideological,
entertainment and health liberation. An example of progressive Afrikan
, 3XW/Akhu [Kush/Kemet: Spirituality] is Mhenga Francios

Mackandal an Ayitian Afrikan Vodun Priest and Afrikan Utamaduni
traditionalist who used Afrikan Utamaduni traditions to unite geographically
dislocated Afrikan Maroons in political economic struggle against the French
on the island of Ayiti from c. 5992-5999 KC [c. 1751-1758 CE], in Mhenga

,

Dutty Zamba Boukman, a Ayitian Afrikan Vodun Priest and Cecile Fatiman,
an Ayitian Afrikan Mambo, i.e., Vodun Priestess, who conducted a religious
ceremony in Ayiti in which a National Liberation Covenant was affirmed
between the Wahenga na Wahenguzi, the NTR ‘З /Netcher-aa, the Beautyful
Ones Not Yet Born and the oppressed, enslaved Ayitians. The Ayitians under
the inspiration of the Wahenga na Wahenguzi acting through Zamba
Boukman and Mambo Fatiman were encouraged to:
Koute lalibete nan tout kè nou! [Listen to the voice of liberty which
speaks in the hearts of all of us!]

Additionally, in Prayer Zamba Boukman invoked NTR ‘З /Netcher-aa in the
following

, SNSW/Senesu [Kush/Kemet: Prayer,

Supplication]:
"Bon Dje ki fè la tè. Ki fè soley ki klere nou enro. Bon Dje
ki soulve lanmè. Ki fè gronde loray. Bon Dje nou ki gen zorey
pou tande. Ou ki kache nan niaj. Kap gade nou kote ou ye la.
Ou we tout sa blan fè nou sibi. Dje blan yo mande krim. Bon
Dje ki nan nou an vle byen fè. Bon Dje nou an ki si bon, ki si
jis, li ordone vanjans. Se li kap kondui branou pou nou ranpote
la viktwa. Se li kap ba nou asistans. Nou tout fet pou nou jete
potre dje Blan yo ki swaf dlo lan zye. Koute vwa la libète kap
chante lan kè nou." [Ayitian Kreyol]
“God who created the earth; who created the sun that gives us
light. God who holds up the ocean; who makes the thunder roar.
Our God who has ears to hear. You who are hidden in the clouds;
who watch us from where you are. You see all that the White has
made us suffer. The White man's God asks him to commit crimes.
But the God Within Us wants to do good. Our God, who is so good,
so just, He orders us to revenge our wrongs. It's He who will direct
our arms and bring us the victory. It's He who will assist us.”

This Vodun Ceremony is considered a primary catalyst to the mobilization,
organization and coordination of the grassroots uprising and insurgency that

signaled the genesis of the Ayitian Mapinduzi Movement in c. 6032 KC [c.
1791 CE].
Though the Mapinduzi leader Dutty Zamba Boukman would eventually
be murdered by the French Colonial forces and the guidance of the Ayitian
Revolution would fall into the hands of men such as Jean-Francois Papillon,
Georges Biassou, who were participants with Dutty Zamba Boukman at the
Bois-Caiman Vodun Ceremony and later to Toussaint L'Ouverture, Henri
Christophe and Jean Jacques Dessalines, whose allegiance to the Wahenga
na Wahenguzi, Vodun

, 3XW/Akhu [Kush/Kemet: Spirituality] and

the Afrikan Way was negligible to non-existent, with perhaps the exception
of Jean Jacques Dessalines, who is the only one of the first three leaders of
the Ayitian nation, the other two being Toussaint L'Ouverture and Henri
Christophe, to be declared a Saint of the Vodun Faith. The Vodun ceremony
and the success of the military phase of the Ayitian Revolution demonstrates
operative Afrikan

, 3XWY/Akhuy [Kush/Kemet:

Spiritual] liberatory agency. However, even here one can see the
bedevilment of the

, 3XW/Akhu [Kush/Kemet: Spirit] of the

Comprador, for example, in Toussaint L'Ouverture, who came to eventually

rule Ayiti with his strong affinities for France and French Utamaduni probably
due to his enslavement socialization, French Catholic religion and
enslavement ‘status’ as a coachman. He would promulgate the suppression
of the Vodun faith during his rule and his policy was continued to a lesser
extent under Henri Christophe and virtually ended under Jean Jacques
Dessalines. [Insert 1.22]
Global Afrikans have to engage in grassroots community organization,
mobilization, political economic engagement & Afrocentric economic
reconstruction rather than European Economic Development and begin the
Second Chimurenga of Global Afrikan Liberation. Global Afrikans must take
what they have and make what they want! In this case power must be
seized by progressive grassroots Global Afrikan forces through the the
political economic process, which is in place throughout much of Global
Afrika. No, it is not an easy task. Yes, it will involve Struggle, and even
more so, it must be done. It should ever be remembered, just how
important the current arrangement is to the current European powers.
Mhenga John Henrik Clarke informs us that:
“We need to examine the events in Africa and in Europe from 1400
through 1600 A.D. This is a pivotal turning point in world history.
This was a period when Europe was awakening from the lethargy of
its Middle Ages, learning again the maritime concepts of longitude
and latitude and using her new skills in the handling of ships to enslave
and colonize most of the world. Europe recovered at the expense
of African people. African people were soon scattered throughout the
Caribbean, in several areas of South America and in the United States.” 17

17

John Henrik Clarke, “The African in the New World: Their Contribution to Science, Invention and Technology” (A
lecture delivered for the Minority Ethnic Unit of the Greater London Council, London, England, March 6–8, 1986

And let us also consider the following quote from former British Prime
Minister Winston Churchill:
“Our possession of the West Indies gave us the strength, the support,
but especially the capital wealth, at a time when no other European
nation possessed such reserve, which enabled us to come through
the great struggles of the Napoleonic Wars...but also to lay the
foundations of the commercial and financial leadership which
when the world was young... enabled us to make our great
position in the world.”18

As Mhenga John Henrik Clarke and the European Imperialist Winston
Churchill here acknowledges British Imperial power rested on an economic
foundation of the exploitation of Global Afrikan enslavement and the wealth
generated allowed the British Imperialists to subsidize and successfully wage
war against their Imperial rival Napoleon of France on a global scale and
then to eventually colonize large swaths of the Afrikan continent; and, as the
research of Eric Williams and Walter Rodney19 affirm the current
arrangement of International Political Economy which ensures a position of
power and dominance to the countries of the European Alliance, led and
protected by American military hegemony rests upon Global Afrikan
subjugation, the history which has been here recounted. Such a position of
power will not be easily or willingly given up nor will any meaningful or
substantive effort at power-sharing occur. Power sharing in a system of
corruption does not alter the general state of imbalance. Given the nature

18

Motsoko Pheko, “US Africa Command A Tool To Recolonise The Continent” (2011-11-16, Issue 558;
http://pambazuka.org/en/category/features/77978)
19

Eric Williams, Capitalism and Slavery (Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 1944); Walter Rodney,
How Europe Underdeveloped Africa (Washington, D.C.: Howard University Press, 1974)

of the current political economic arrangement Global Afrikan development
means a reduction in European power as the political economic power of
Europe rests on Global Afrikan impotence. It is in an effort to maintain the
global power imbalance through ensuring continental Afrika’s role as a
natural or raw resource provider to the nations of the European controlled
International Political Economy System that the United States Africa
Command [Africom] was established under the Office of the Under-Secretary
of Defense for Forces Transformation Resources and National Security Policy
at the National Defense University Fort McNair, Washington D.C. As the
former head of U.S. Africom Vice Admiral Robert Moeller stated during his
speech at the United States Africom Conference at the National Defense
University Fort McNair, Washington D.C. on 18 February 2008:
“Protecting the free flow of natural resources from Africa to
the global market is one of Africom's guiding Principles.”20

To change this situation Global Afrikans must fully engage in the continuing
development of a Global Countervailing Uweza wa Afrika [Kiswahili:
Afrikan Power], through progressive populist political-economic engagement
in the communities of the Global Afrikan Diaspora and in the Nations of
Continental Afrika. As a note on the issue of power it should be
comprehended that the election of President Barak Obama as President of
the United States of America in c. 6249[c. 2008 CE] and c. 6253 KC [c. 2012

20

Motsoko Pheko, “US Africa Command A Tool To Recolonise The Continent” (2011-11-16, Issue 558;
http://pambazuka.org/en/category/features/77978)

CE], does not represent substantive political economic engagement on the
part of the grassroots of the Afrikan Diaspora and it is not real change.
Instead, the elections are nothing more than apparent change and are
merely an example of elite manipulation of the grassroots for elite ends.
American politics is primarily Plural-Elitist in nature, which means that
competing elites who agree on the basics of the social order as well as on
the projection of hegemonic power but who disagree on the methodology of
implementation engage in structured political campaigns or combat. Each is
represented in general by one of two parties, and each sets the rules of
political participation so as to eliminate the development of any real mass
oriented populist parties. The Plural-Elites choose candidates that agree on
the basic rules of the social system and fund them placing them before the
mass public and to varying degrees opening the corporate media them. The
grassroots are allowed to choose among safe interests as defined by PluralElites. The sudden ‘rise’ of Barak Obama through the American political
system is akin to the placement of Enslaved Afrikans as Generals in the Arab
armies of conquest, even when these enslaved Afrikans seized power they
ruled in accordance to Arab cultural paradigms. The power structure, which
includes the ruling ethnic[s] group[s], any police apparatus, governors,
bureaucrats, HMT R/Hemet Re [Kush/Kemet: Etc.], serve, manage,
administrate, enact, enforce the policies of the ruling class in a country in
any historical time. If they seize power ‘illegitimately’ or obtain it ‘legally’

they rule according to the dictates of the dominant Utamaduni, seldom if
ever do they do otherwise. None of the Enslaved Afrikans Muslims who were
made generals or who became Caliphs, Viziers and the like used their power
for Afrikan Liberation. The Afrikan Septimus Severus who became Emperor
of Rome c. 4443-4452 KC [c. 202-211 CE] was an excellent Roman Emperor
ruling according to the rules set down by Rome from its inception as a
regional power in c. 4750 KC [c. 509 CE] He did not seek to liberate
conquered Afrikan lands. President Barak Obama during his two Presidential
Administrations has continued the economic and military policies that were
implemented by President George W. Bush. At best President Obama has
engaged in pseudo-symbolic political action towards Global Afrikan people.
During his Presidential Administration the fundamental sociological,
economic, political, psychological, historical, and religious relationships
between Eurasians, Americans and Global Afrikan people has not changed. It
is still defined by European domination. To go a step further, the idea that
the Executive office of any nation is the center of power is obsolete in an
International Political Economy where Corporations weld enormous economic
power and paramilitary capabilities and mass produced sophisticated military
weaponry. The actual core of power more appropriately resides in the G8
Finance Ministers and the Central Banks of the economic powerhouses of the
Triad composed of the United States, the European Union, China and Japan.

To return to the subject of Global Countervailing Uweza wa Afrika
[Kiswahili: Afrikan Power], through progressive populist political-economic
engagement, the begin the type of substantive progressive policies which
must be enacted by Afrikan governing bodies include:

1) Active Afrocentric action through strategic delinking from the current
International Political System,

2) The formation of regional and sub-Saharan integrated closed domestic
economies secured politically and militarily by sub-Saharan political confederation
under the Afrikan Union and shielded by protectionist economic policies,

3) Resource nationalization and a substantive rewriting of the current laws of
conducting business throughout sub-Saharan Afrika by removing so-called tax break
incentives for foreign corporations doing business in Afrika, which are in reality
nothing more than a means of passing the burden of doing business away from the
Multinational Corporation and onto the grassroots Afrikan populations who are in
theory supposed to be benefiting from this example of Foreign Direct Investment and
resource development,




4) Removal of public policy hindrances to worker unionization,

5) Elevation of craft and trade unions to government ministries,

6) Subsidized elevation of worker pay to life sustaining levels;

7) The implementation of egalitarian measures such as a progressive
graduated taxation on the wealthy Afrikan Comprador Class and Foreign
Corporations, justified by considerations on the nature and methods by which that
wealth was acquired, over centuries namely through murder and the exploitation of
Afrikan labor and lands in an economic system which privileges European mabila
over Global Afrikans even in Afrikan lands,


8) Policy of extensive government investment in rural health and education,

9) Subsidization of rural small farmer agriculture through programs aimed at
women farmers working through formal and informal local women cooperative
organizations,


10) Establishment of a guaranteed income,

11) Immortalization of the Rights of Nature through the setting down in stone
in the manner of the Wahenga na Wahenguzi and the placement throughout the
nation of markers commemorating the enactment of communal laws enshrining
Rights of Nature and the protection and expansion of indigenous forestation;

12) Enactment of laws protecting the sustainable, holistic use of the land,
respecting the sanctity of the earth and, forbidding non-Afrikan land ownership and
use.

13) Enshrining communal land ownership and social land guardianship in
honor of the NTR, in remembrance of the Wahenga na Wahenguzi and on behalf of
the Beautiful Ones Not Yet Born;

14) Extensive state and local coordinated infrastructure development,
infrastructure maintenance and infrastructure rehabilitation utilizing Global Afrikan
technical expertise and Global Afrikan labor only;

15) Regional National and local coordinated industrial policy centered on
inter-Afrikan manufacture, inter-Afrikan trade and mutual inter-Afrikan development,


16) Subsidization of industries such as artisan and textile manufacturing;

17) Limitation or severe constraining of capital export,

18) Revaluation of Afrikan currency theory and the foundations of exchange

rates,

19) Creation of a resource/gold backed sub-Saharan wide currency minted
from gold and used in all transactions involving Afrikan Nationalized Natural
Resources and all other economic exchanges and serving as the reserve currency of
all Global Afrikan peoples. Such a currency will shift the balance of global power to
sub-Saharan Afrika as under such a currency the wealth of a nation would center on
resource/gold reserves as opposed to the current system which determines wealth
based on the total amount of U.S. Dollars exchanged. In this system the U.S. Dollar
along with the European Union Euro is in high demand with the U.S. Dollar being the
current reserve currency globally;


20) Setting and enforcement of minimum import levels;

21) The unified invalidation and nullification by sub-Saharan Afrikan
grassroots of the Afrikan Comprador initiated debt which is a tool of neo-colonialist
control of Afrikan resources through the subtle methodology of western centered
international finance and imperialist controlled international trade; and

22) The total rejection and complete abandonment of Imperialist Foreign Aid.

These public policies recognize that Global Afrikan nations must follow a
course of self-reliant action which leads to the extrication of Global Afrikan
economics from the fallacy of Free Market discipline, while advocating and
implementing high levels of domestic market protectionism from non-Afrikan
markets.
The colonially imported, militarily imposed European doctrine of Free
Trade and Open Market Economics is centered on the economic fallacy that
consumer spending and grassroots consumption is the fundamental basis of
national prosperity. This idea is a fallacy with regards to neo-colonies, which

have had their internal economic structures destroyed or coercively altered
from the doctrine of national self-sustaining, self-sufficiency to that of
imperial economic dependency. In point of fact, economic consumption is
intimately connected with economic production and economic production is
the actual basis of national economic prosperity. When a government, for
example a developing country government, or in the Global Afrikan case an
Afrikan nation under going reconstruction, centers its political economic
public policy on the theory of consumption, that government is automatically
focusing the economic well-being of the grassroots of the nation on the
current, present consumption of currently existing commodities, goods and
services. In a neo-colony or developing country which has an economic
infrastructure designed to export raw resources to former colonial imperial
masters there is either an unprotected small scale industrial sector, such as
textiles, for example, or no existing internal small or large scale industrial
structure with a supporting educational system thus all or the vast majority
of existing commodities, goods and services are of foreign origin. As all
political economic policies are designed to support Free Trade, which means
that there are no political economic barriers in place to protect local
enterprises from well-developed multi-national corporate enterprises of
North America, Europe, Asia and increasingly South America the local
Afrikan economy becomes a dumping zone for cheaply produced goods,
which are also of a poor quality when compared to locally made handicrafts.

On the other hand a political economic public policy designed around
economic production is future oriented. Such a public policy gives careful
consideration to both the details of the production of commodities, goods
and services as well as to the circumstances under which commodities,
goods and services can be sustainably produced in a continuous fashion at
unvarying intervals and are therefore conveniently accessible for grassroots
consumption in the long term. A long term economic public policy centered
on production also gives careful thought to the rate of consumption of
commodities, goods and services over time by the grassroots as it is
interdependent on the rate of production of commodities, goods and
services, also to the average rate of growth of the grassroots population, to
long term procurability of commodities, goods and services by the grassroots
or the distribution of such items among them, as well as to resource
availability in the event of the probability of natural and man-made disasters
which can severely cripple or totally annihilate the resource base and
industrial productive capabilities of a nation. Hence natural prosperity and
the well-being of the grassroots is dependent on the state of development of
productive capacities and its related industries, those that feed into the
industrial system and those that depend on the product as the basis of their
business activities and not on an economic public policy of consumption.
Free Trade is a public policy best adapted and applied only with regards to
the internal trading relations of the grassroots of a political community and

not to external trading relations among nations, especially amongst nations
that have imperfectly developed internal economic structures. As an
economy is the outgrowth of an Utamaduni, any Utamaduni that seeks to
utilize a particular economy must adapt it to fit the norms and values of their
Utamaduni. Free Trade is born of an expansionary hegemonic Utamaduni
and is a belief under the larger theory of Savage Capitalism, the ideology of
catastrophe. For Free Trade Capitalism to be used by Global Afrikan
societies it must be adjusted to fit the Utamaduni norms of traditional
Afrikan Mabila.
Additionally, the protectionist political economic public policies here
advocated enshrine into contemporary Global Afrikan Law:

The Customary Sacred Rights of Life of Afrikan Communal Societies
designed to ensure the right of each member of each extended Afrikan family
to a self-reliant, socially oriented, psychologically and spiritually remunerative
community-enhancing profession in the industries, crafts, trades , agricultural
arts or national mines of whichever Afrikan nation they reside without
prejudicial regard to ethnicity, religion or gender;

The Customary Sacred Rights of Life of Afrikan Communal Societies
brought forth to guarantee the opportunity of each member of each extended
Afrikan family to produce or earn enough to provide optimally adequate food,
clothing, and shelter;

The Customary Sacred Rights of Life of Afrikan Communal Societies
established with the intentionality of protecting the right of every Afrikan
farmer to raise enough food to feed the extended family and to provide a
surplus for the community and nation as a means of making certain that
Afrikan society consistently maintains a state of food security, with the farmer
being able to sell his surplus products at a government subsidized price which
will provide the extended Afrikan family with a dignified living;

The Customary Sacred Rights of Life of Afrikan Communal Societies
evolved by the Wahenga to secure the inviolable right of every Afrikan Social
Entrepreneur, both those of large scale and small scale enterprises, to trade
in an communal atmosphere of Uhuru, which is devoid of government
corruption, unharmonious competition and domination by local or foreign
monopolies with local monopolies being restricted in size and foreign
monopolies being totally excluded from Afrikan Market participation;

The Customary Sacred Rights of Life of Afrikan Communal Societies
founded by the NTR to assure the sacrosanct right of every extend Afrikan
family to an accommodating, environmentally sound family-compound/home;

The Customary Sacred Rights of Life of Afrikan Communal Societies
protected by NTR and Wahenga and confirming the right to optimal medical
care and the right to nutritious foods which make certain the achievement
and enjoyment of quality optimal health;

The Customary Sacred Rights of Life of Afrikan Communal Societies
existing since the beginning of autochthonous Afrikans and guaranteeing the
right to a free, quality optimal Utamaduni Mkubwa ya Mwafrika education and
vocational schooling.

What is being suggested is a Global Afrikan oriented program designed
to provide a self-sufficient, sustainable livelihood, standard of living to all
Afrikans by redistributing the common-wealth of the Afrikan nation among
all of the people throughout all segments of Afrikan society. The ElimuMaadili [Kiswahili: Ethics] of such a program stems from the moral
reprehensibility of an Afrikan government allowing ANY of its citizens to be
reduced to a status of impoverishment, i.e., to be forced to be without
optimally adequate food, clothing and shelter even while the country is a net
exporter of food and clothing is abundant, but priced out of their ability to

pay and optimal housing is unavailable as a result of a lack of income. All of
these symptoms stemming from a violent economic system of structurally
induced genocide born of domination and exploitation. This is an economic
system which transgresses customary Afrikan law which is based on
Heshima na Faradhi [Kiswahili: Honor and Obligation]. It violates the
sacred nature of life a value common to all Global Afrikan peoples. Most
importantly such a system of economics upsets the natural order and
harmony of life; dispossessing MЗ‘T/Maat in favor of ISFT/Isfet. The current
economic system of domination and exploitation is an extremely destructive
force sparing no one, crushing woman and man, girl, boy and infant, young
and old and the Beautyful Ones Not Yet Born. The established
socioeconomic and socio-political structures murder Global Afrikan people by
the millions. The enslavement and colonization of Global Afrikans and the
enslavement of women and children for forced labor and sexual trafficking
today are socioeconomic institutions which are supported by socio-political
institutions and murder millions through political and economic violence. The
economic policies, supported by political violence or the threat thereof,
which allow the ruthless exploitation and murder of billions across the world
by market-oriented Multinational Corporations and political elite
collaborators in all countries is yet another example of how the legal
structures of European domination can be and generally are sadistically
violent. As Jacques Ellul stated:

“Unjust economic systems can be as violent as rampaging armies:
“All kinds of violence are the same ...the violence of the soldier who
kills, the revolutionary who assassinates; it is true also of economic
violence-the violence of the privileged corporate owner against his
workers, of the 'haves' against the 'haves-not'; the violence done in
international economic relations between Western Nations and those
of the developing world; the violence done through powerful
corporations which exploit the resources of a country that is unable
to defend itself.”21

The affluence of the Western Nations depends on unjust economic
structures that enrich the West and result the grassroots of Afrika, Asia,
Latin America and the Caribbean, and internal Global Afrikan colonies within
the Western Nations, for example, American Afrikans in the United States,
diseased, hungry and impoverished. Land throughout the Global South is
used to grow export crops to sell to the Western Nations. That land ought to
be used to feed the grassroots in those countries, but it isn't given that the
masses cannot pay and the Western Imperialists can. By their consumption
based lifestyles, the economic structures they blindly participate in which
support those lifestyles and the political system which they maintain by
participating in system preservationist symbolic politics, i.e., voting, all of
the citizens of the West participate in murder. The economic straits, in
which Global Afrikan nations find themselves due to the voluntary
participation of the Afrikan Comprador political class, also result in the
skewed distribution of resources within Global Afrikan society. Afrikan

21

Jacques Ellul, Propaganda: The Formation of Men's Attitudes Trans. Konrad Kellen & Jean Lerner (New York:
Knopf, 1965)

countries and communities have a wide disparity between the small
comprador elite wealthy class and the grassroots. Economic reconstruction
of Global Afrikan society is an economic and political impossibility as long as
between 80-95% of the nation’s wealth is concentrated in the possession of
between 1-15% of the population.
To obtain the goal of providing a self-sufficient, sustainable livelihood,
standard of living to all Afrikans a ceiling should be set for annual income,
net worth and inheritable wealth by the design and implementation of a
progressive graduated income and inheritance tax. Furthermore, the
Nationalization of Natural Resources and the tax on the revenues generated
there from will be an additional source of revenue to finance the social
programs. The taxes generated will used for:

Public works infrastructure development and maintenance such as of
dam, road and bridge construction;


Providing Wazee over a certain age with a Superannuation Fund;

Providing Afrikan families which have an income below a set income
floor with a guaranteed family income stipend which will allow for the
provision of certain communally determined life necessities on an annual
basis;

State subsidized primary, secondary and university education,
vocation schooling and employment programs;


Military Service Veterans and National Service Stipends;

Creation and maintenance of state subsidized network of free public
hospitals, free health clinics and immunizations programs for the
impoverished, and


Price ceiling on public utilities such as electricity and water,

Regulation of enterprises which provide other fundamental goods and
services such as commodity production.

This course of action will transform the Global Afrikan citizen’s
perception of the role of the government and of their role as government
officials and as citizens. It places the government into the role of a servant,
provider and protector of themselves as in a communal society the people
and the government are one and the same. These programs when
implemented will substantively reduce the cost of living for Global Afrikan
people especially the impoverished majority. For Afrikan citizens will no
longer be required to pay for certain life necessities, such as quality
education and optimal healthcare, which the majority cannot afford and
therefore do without thus dramatically increasing future impoverishment,
disease and death. 22 In the final analysis:

22

“Poverty: A hellish state to be in. It is no virtue. It is a crime. To be poor, is to be hungry without possible hope
of food; to be sick without hope of medicine; to be tired and sleepy without a place to lay one's head; to be naked
without the hope of clothing; to be despised and comfortless. To be poor is to be a fit subject for crime and hell.
The hungry man steals bread and thereby breaks the eighth commandment; by his state he breaks all the laws of
God and man and becomes an outcast. In thought and deed he covets his neighbor's goods; comfortless as he is he

“In the contemporary world of affluence and poverty, where man's
major crime is murder by privilege, REVOLUTION against the
established order is the criterion of a living faith. ...Truly I say to you,
as you did it not to one of the least of these, you did it not to me
(Matt. 25:45). The murder of the Christ continues. Great societies build on
dying men.” [James Douglass]23

Thus there is both an egalitarian and moral rationale that underlies the
necessity of Afrikan grassroots development.

seeks his neighbor's wife; to him there is no other course but sin and death. That is the way of poverty. No one
wants to be poor.” From: Marcus Garvey, The Philosophy and Opinions of Marcus Garvey Ed. Amy Jaques-Garvey
(New York City: UNIA, 1923)
23

James W. Douglass, The Non-Violent Cross: A Theology of Revolution and Peace (Eugene, Oregon: Wipf & Stock,
1968)

1.8E+09

1.6E+09

1.4E+09

1.2E+09
5741 KC
6121 KC

1E+09

6191 KC
6252 KC

800000000

600000000
6252 KC
400000000

6191 KC
6121 KC

200000000
5741 KC

0
AFRIKAN POPULATION
ESTIMATES

AFRIKAN POP. DECREASE c. 5741-6121 KC

0.750 %

AFRIKAN POP. DECREASE c. 6121-6191 KC

0.625 %

Table 1.0 Maafa Mkubwa 5741-6191 KC

MAAFA MKUBWA c. 5741-6191 KC

POPULATION ESTIMATES

1.8E+09
1.6E+09
1.4E+09
1.2E+09
1E+09
800000000
600000000
400000000
200000000
0
5741 KC

Afrika
800000000

Tasmania
100000

Arawak/Ayiti
8000000

Indig Amer
111200000

6121 KC

200000000

0

0

1800000

6191 KC

125000000

0

0

0

6252 KC

1683079519

0

0

0

Table 1.1 Graph/Table Comparing Afrikan, Tasmanian, Arawak and Indigenous Peoples Western Hemisphere Populations.24

24

The Tasmanians were the original inhabitants of what is now the Australian province of Tasmania. For detailed
information on the Tasmanian Genocide see: James Bonwick, The Last of the Tasmanians; or, The Black War of Van
Diemen's Land (London: S. Low, son, & Marston, 1870); James Bonwick, William Buckley, the wild white man and
his Port Phillip black friends (Melbourne: G. Nichols, 1856); James Bonwick, Daily life and origin of the Tasmanians
(New York: Johnson Reprint Corp, 1870). The Arawak were the original people encountered by Christopher
Columbus on what is now Ayiti [Haiti]. The final column is the estimated total population of the Western
Hemisphere prior to European invasion. The population numbers for c. 6191 KC and c. 6252 KC are listed as zero
given the lack of clear population numbers on the total indigenous population today. Several population census
reports relying on self-identification and multiple listings make such numbers near impossible to accurately list.
See: Russell Thornton, American Indian Holocaust and Survival: A Population History Since 1492 (Norman :
University of Oklahoma Press, 1987); Francis Jennings, The Founders of America: How Indians discovered the land,
pioneered in it, and created great classical civilizations, how they were plunged into a Dark Age by invasion and
conquest, and how they are reviving. New York: Norton, 1993); W. D. Rubinstein, Genocide: A History (New York:
Pearson Education, 2004); David E. Stannard, American Holocaust: The Conquest of the New World: The Conquest
of the New World (Oxford University Press, USA, 1993); On the Arawaks Mhenga John Henrik Clarke wrote: “In his
quest for gold, Columbus had the hands cut off of any Arawak who did not bring in his or her quota of gold. In a
short 40 years, the entire race of people in Haiti, a half million native Americans, were wiped off the face of the
earth by Columbus and the Spaniards that followed him....The destruction of the Caribs and Arawaks in the
Caribbean Islands through disease, rape of their women and sometimes out-and-out murder, destroyed the labor
supply on these islands and made it a necessity for the Spaniards and other Europeans to create a rationale for the
enslavement of the Africans....from 12 to 25 million Indigenous Americans were killed on the islands in the
Caribbean....I still think there will be a need for Columbus Day but it will be a justifiable day of mourning for the
millions of Africans and so-called 'Indians" who died to accommodate the spread of European control over the
Americas and Caribbean Islands.” From: John Henrik Clarke, Christopher Columbus & the Afrikan Holocaust:
Slavery and the Rise of European Capitalism (New York: A&B Publishers Group, 1993)

US TROOP DEPLOYMENT IN KANAAN & EASTERN KUSH c. 6253 KC

180,000

160,000

140,000

120,000

100,000

80,000

60,000

40,000

20,000

0

Table 1.2 US Troop Deployment Occupied Kanaan and Eastern Kush c. 6253 KC

US TROOP DEPLOYMENT AFRIKA SOUTH OF SAHARA c. 6253 KC

600

500

400

300

200

100

0

Table 1.3 US/European Troop Deployment of Afrika South of the Sahara c. 6253 KC

US TROOPS: ARYAN-ARAB 'OCCUPIED' NORTH AFRIKA c. 6253 KC

700

600

500

400

300

200

100

0
Algeria

Diego Garcia

Egypt

Libya

Morocco

Tunisia

Table 1.4 US Troop Deployments in Arab Occupied North Afrika c. 6253 KC

Total - North
Africa

French Troop Deployment: Afrika c. 6203-6253 KC

70,000

60,000

50,000

40,000

30,000

20,000

10,000
0
1962

1964

1970

1985

1995

2002

Table 1.5 French Troop Deployment of Afrika c. 6203-6253 KC

2006

2012

British Military Bases: Afrika

French Military Bases/Troop Deployment: Afrika

Kenya

Senegal:

1200

Sierre Leone

Cote D’Ivoire:

2400

Togo/Guinea:

200

British Troop Deployment: Afrika
Ethiopia:

Undetermined

Cameroon:

Kenya:

170

Gabon:

800

Sierre Leone:

Undetermined

Central Afrikan Republic:

415

Liberia:

Undetermined

Djibouti:

Mali:

40

50

2900

Mali:

1000-4000

Chad:

1100

Table 1.6 British & French Troop Deployment and Military Bases in Afrika c. 6253 KC

Current United Nations Troop Deployment in Afrika 6253 KC
United Nations Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahara (MINURSO):

232

United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH):

9,104

United Nations Organization Stabilization Mission in Democratic Republic of the Congo (MONUSCO):

18,884

African Union-United Nations Hybrid Operation in Darfur (UNAMID):

20,021

United Nations Interim Security Force for Abyei (UNISFA):

3,983

United Nations Mission in the Republic of South Sudan (UNMISS):

7,519

United Nations Operation in Côte d'Ivoire (UNOCI):
United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL):
United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali (MINUSMA):

Table 1.7 Current United Nations Troop Deployment in Afrika c. 6253 KC

11,058
8,256
Undetermined

United Nations ‘Humanitarian’ ‘Peace-Keeping’ Missions: Afrika c. 6201-6253 KC
United Nations Operation in the Congo (ONUC): Murder of Patrice Lumumba
United Nations Angola Verification Mission I (UNAVEM I)
United Nations Transition Assistance Group (UNTAG)
United Nations Angola Verification Mission II (UNAVEM II)
United Nations Operation in Mozambique (ONUMOZ)
United Nations Operation in Somalia I (UNOSOM I)
United Nations Observer Mission in Liberia (UNOMIL)
United Nations Observer Mission Uganda-Rwanda (UNOMUR)
United Nations Assistance Mission for Rwanda (UNAMIR)
United Nations Operation in Somalia II (UNOSOM II)
United Nations Aouzou Strip Observer Group (UNASOG)
United Nations Angola Verification Mission III (UNAVEM III)

6201-6205 KC
6229-6232 KC
6230-6231 KC
6232-6237 KC
6233-6235 KC
6233-6234 KC
6234-6238 KC
6234-6235 KC
6234-6237 KC
6234-6236 KC
6235 KC
6236-6238 KC

United Nations Observer Mission in Angola (MONUA)
United Nations Observer Mission in Sierra Leone (UNOMSIL)

6238-6240 KC
6239-6240 KC

United Nations Mission in the Central African Republic (MINURCA)

6239-6241 KC

United Nations Mission in Sierra Leone (UNAMSIL)

6240-6246 KC

United Nations Mission in Ethiopia and Eritrea (UNMEE)

6241-6249 KC

United Nations Operation in Burundi (ONUB)

6244-6247 KC

United Nations Organization Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (MONUC)

6240-6250 KC

United Nations Mission in the Central African Republic and Chad (MINURCAT)

6247-6250 KC

United Nations Mission in the Sudan (UNMIS)

6245-6251 KC

Table 1.8 United Nations ‘Humanitarian’ Missions: Afrika c. 6201-6253 KC

Picture 1: So-called “Native Convicts” on Forced Labour Road Construction Dar es Salaam, Tanganyika c. 6131-6168 KC/1890–1927 CE. During
German and British Conquest and Colonization of contemporary Tanzania, East Afrika.

Picture 2: British Enslaver Ship ‘Brookes’ during the so-called ‘Regulated Slave Trade’ c. 6029 KC/1788 CE

Picture 3: POWs on the Enslaver Ship ‘Wildfire’ during the ‘Unregulated’ Slave Trade: Key West, Florida c. 6101 KC/30 April 1860 CE.

Picture 4: Afrikan POWs being sold into Enslavement by the Haramu [Kiswahili: Bastard] Tippu Tib c. 6125-6136 KC/1884-1895 CE.

Picture 5: Enslaved Afrikan Child Zanzibar, East Afrika c. 6136 KC/1895 CE.

Picture 6: Yemen Enslavement Market c. 5641 KC/1400 CE.

Picture 7: Enslaved Afrikans aboard Arab Enslavement Vessel c. 6131 KC/1890 CE.

Picture 8: Enslaved East Afrikans c. 6141 KC/1900 CE.

Picture 9: Enslaved Afrikan Baton Rouge, Louisiana USA- Scars from Years of Beatings c. 6104 KC/2 April 1863.

Picture 9A: American Constants - From Enslavers to Klu Klux Klan to Judicial Officials, Local Police, Drug Enforcement Agency [DEA], Federal
Bureau of Investigation [FBI] and Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms [ATF] Agents.

Picture 10: Nunga Prisoners of War [Australian Aborignes] c. 6147 KC/1906 CE.

Picture 11: Palawa [Tasmanian] family c. 6106 KC/1865 In c. 5741 KC/1500 CE Palawa population: 100,000 by c. 6121 KC/1880 CE: 0.

Picture 12: Enslaved Afrikans with Belgian Force Publique ‘Afrikan’ Guards c. 6141 KC/1900 CE.

Picture 13: Enslaved Afrika Victims of Belgian Terror Occupied Congo c. 6141 KC/1900 CE Between c. 1884-1904 CE approximately 10,000,000
Afrikans over half of the Afrikan population of the Congo would be murdered by the Belgian Colonialists.

Picture 14: Enslaved Afrikans Victim and Work Overseer Occupied Congo c. 6161 KC/1920 CE.

Picture 15: Afrikan Resistance Leaders executed by German Colonialists in Tanganyika after the Maji Maji War 6146-6149 KC/1905-1908 CE.
300,000 Tanganyikans were murdered by the German Colonialists during the War.

Picture 16: Lynching of Will Brown an American Afrikan; Omaha Courthouse Omaha, Nebraska USA c. 6160 KC/1919 CE.

Picture 17: Emmet Till, age-14 pictured with mother Mamie Carthan Till. Emmet Till was murdered by Whites in Money, Mississippi USA c.
6196 KC/28 August 1955 for ‘whistling’ at a White Woman [See inset picture of mutilated body of Emmet Till].

Picture 18: Sharpesville Massacre- Sharpesville, Guateng Union of South Afrika c. 6201 KC/21 March 1960 carried out by Police following
peaceful protests by 7,000 Afrikans against Pass Laws of the White Boer Government resulting in 69 deaths. Today c. 6254 KC/2013 CE
Afrikans in institutional positions ‘controlling’ the political apparatus of the Boer Government conducted the Marikana Massacre with Police
murdering 34 striking Afrikan miners.

Picture 19: 20,000 Afrikan students organize peaceful protest against the imposition of the Boer settler colonial language Afrikaans as the
language of instruction in Afrikan schools in 1976 CE. The peaceful protest erupts into death and mayhem as South Afrikan police open fire
on the students murdering 700.

Picture 20: Patrice Lumumba Okit’Asombo Lumumba [p. left] c. 6166-6202 KC/1925-1961 CE revolutionary independence leader and first
Prime Minister of the Republic of the Congo c. 6201 KC/June-September 1960 CE. Assassinated by Belgian, and US colonialists with
significant help from Afrikan Compradors such as Mobutu Sese Seko [p. right].

Picture 21: Ruben Um Nyobe, Dr. Felix Roland Moumie, Ernest Ouandie, and Castor Osende Afana, revolutionary founders and leaders of the
anti-imperialist political party the Union of the Peoples of Cameroon [UPC] opposed to French colonialism and continued French control of
Cameroon through the French Union c. 6187-6199 KC/1946-1958 CE, French Community c. 6199-6236 KC/1958-1995 CE and Francafrique c.
6236 KC/1995 CE-Present. All were assassinated by the French army, French intelligence units and Afrikan Compradors such as the first
President of the Republic of Cameroon Ahmadou Ahidjo c. 6201-6223 KC/1960-1982 CE.

Picture 22: Amilcar Cabral c. 6165-6214 KC/1924-1973 CE Revolutionary Afrikan Liberation Theoretician and Armed Struggle Leader from
Guinea-Bissau West Afrika, assassinated by Portuguese Colonialists, with aid of Afrikan Compradors.

Picture 23: Osagyefo Kwame Nkrumah c. 6150-6213 KC/1909-1972 CE Political Theorist, Independence leader and first President of the
Republic of Ghana in c. 6198 KC/1957 CE. His Administration was overthrown in a United States organized CIA facilitated, Ghanaian military
coup with the aid of the Ghanaian Afrikan Comprador class in c. 6207 KC/1966 CE while Nkrumah was out of the country.

Picture 24: Mbuya Nehanda Marwe Nyakasikana, [Marked by the Ankh in the Picture] Afrikan Spiritual Revolutionary Leader of Afrikan
Resistance to British Conquest of Mashonaland and Matabeleland c. 6137-6139 KC/1896-1898 CE during the First Chimurenga War of
Resistance. She was captured with the aid of Afrikan Askari [Afrikan mercenaries fighting for the British, pictured in hats with gunbelts and
rifles] and executed by the British along with other Revolutionary leaders in c. 6139 KC/1898 CE.

Picture 24A: Thomas Isidore Noël Sankara [p. left] “The Upright Man” c. 6190-6228 KC/1949-1987 CE revolutionary leader and fifth President
of the Republic of the Burkina Faso c. 6224-6228 KC/1983-1987 CE. Assassinated by French led Western neo-colonialists with the connivance
and aid of Afrikan Compradors led by Blaise Compaoré [p. right]. “…Welfare and aid policies have only ended up disorganizing us,
subjugating us, and robbing us of a sense of responsibility for our own economic, political, and cultural affairs. We chose to risk new paths to
achieve greater well-being. We chose to apply new techniques. We chose to look for forms of organization better suited to our civilization,
flatly and definitively rejecting all forms of outside diktats, in order to lay the foundations for achieving a level of dignity equal to our
ambitions.” [From Speech delivered before the United Nations General Assembly c. 6225 KC/4 October 1984.]

Picture 25: Brother Minister Malcolm X c. 6166-6206 KC/1925-1965 CE Revolutionary Afrikan Theorist and Liberation Leader in North America,
assassinated by American Settler Colonialists with the aid of American Afrikan Compradors.

Picture 26: The Honorable Marcus Mosiah Garvey c. 6128-6181 KC/1887-1940 CE Organizer and Leader of the largest Pan-Afrikan Grassroots
Movement for Afrikan Reconstruction by Afrikans of the 61rst Century KC/20th Century CE: the Universal Negro Improvement Association
and Afrikan Communities League [UNIA-ACL]: c. 6160-6164 KC/1919-1923 CE. His political and economic organizational efforts were
undermined and derailed by American, British, Portuguese and French Colonial interests working with the American Afrikan and Continental
Afrikan Liberian Comprador Classes.

Picture 27: Western Missionary Trained Afrikan Comprador Class c. 6254 KC/2013 CE The Wars, Rapes, inter-Afrikan or Black on Black
violence- such as Crimes and Civil Wars, Afrikan Underdevelopment, epidemics kwk., are all initiated and perpetuated with the cognizant aid
of the Afrikan Comprador class at the behest of their colonial handlers.

27A: Afrikan Revolutionary Class- L to R: Mhenga Malcolm X, Mhenga Abdulrahman Mohamed Babu, Mzee Marimba Ani, Mhenga Amos N.
Wilson, Mhenga Yaa Asantewaa, Mhenga Amilcar Cabral, Mhenga Hubert Henry Harrison, Mhenga Mwalimu Julius Nyerere, Mhenga John
Henrik Clarke, Mhenga Patrice Lumumba, Mhenga Marcus Garvey, Mhenga Chancellor Williams, Mhenga Walter Rodney, Mhenga Frantz
Fanon, Mhenga Cheikh Anta Diop, Mhenga Kwame Nkrumah.

27B: Afrikan Revolutionary Class- L to R: Mhenga Martin Robison Delaney, Mhenga Henry McNeal Turner, Mhenga Edward Wilmot Blyden,
Mhenga Ida B. Wells-Barnett, Mhenga Duse Mohammed Ali, Mhenga Edward Moringe Sokoine, Mhenga Samora Moises Machel, Mhenga
Robert Managaliso Sobukwe, Mhenga Stephen Bantu Biko, Mhenga Ahmed Sekou Toure, Mhenga Asa Grant Hilliard III, Mzee Nomzamo
Winfreda Zanyiwe Madikizela-Mandela, Mzee Robert Gabriel Mugabe, Mzee Chinweizu Chinweizu, Mhenga Imari Abubakari Obadele,
Mhenga Thomas Isidore Noel Sankara.

27C: The Backbone of Ulaya Conquest, Colonialism and Neo-Colonialism in Afrika is not the presence of United States, French or United
Kingdom Troops, Government Agencies or NGOs. The foundation of Ulaya Conquest, Colonialism and Neo-Colonialism in Afrika are the
Officer Class of the Askari of the Western Trained, Ulaya oriented Afrikan Comprador Military which are trained to be internal paramilitary
police forces to control the Afrikan population.

Picture 28: Executed Herero Resistance Members. The Herero Waged a War of Resistance against German Conquerors and German Settler
Colonies from c. 6145-6148 KC/1904-1907 CE

Picture 29: Executed Herero Prisoners of War.

Picture 30: The German Conquerors implemented a policy of Genocide against the Herero and Namaqua in southwestern Afrika between c.
6145-6148 KC/1904-1907 CE. To facilitate said policy the Germans established Concentration Camps. A similar policy was implemented by
the United States against Native peoples of the Americas during the so-called ‘Indian Wars with the establishment of ‘Reservations’ c. 58636165 KC/1622-1924 CE and in the Philippines c. 6140-6153 KC/1899-1912 CE following the U.S. takeover and conquest of the Philippines at
the end of the U.S. Spanish War.

Picture 31: The German Conquerors along with the establishment of Concentration Camps also implemented a policy of ‘Forced Labor’ or
Enslavement of the Herero and Namaqua.

Picture 32: As a part of German colonial policy all Herero and Namaqua who resisted the imposition of German rule, were prevented from
maintaining settled communities and forced into the Kalahari Desert where thousands died of dehydration partly from the lack of water and
partly from a German policy of poisoning available water sources.

Picture 33: Along with enslavement, the Germans practiced an unofficial policy of the Uanaharamu, through the Rape of Herero and
Namaqua women. Additionally the Herero and Namaqua ancestral lands were stolen by the Germans and given to German settlers as well
as their livestock herds which was the basis of the Herero Economy.

Picture 34: Scarred back of Maria a Herero woman resulting from sadistic beatings by German soldiers. Photograph taken c. 6153 KC/12
February 1912 CE in Gobabis Hospital, German colony of Southwest Afrika, contemporary Namibia.

Picture 35: Scarred back of Auma a Herero woman resulting from sadistic beatings by German soldiers. Photograph taken c. 6153 KC/15
February 1912 CE in Gobabis Hospital, Omaheke, German colony of Southwest Afrika, contemporary Namibia.

Picture 36: The Germans also performed so-called ‘Medical Experiments’ on thousands of Herero and Namaqua elders, Women, Men and
children such as sterilization of women, and the injection of the Herero and Namaqua with diseases such as Tuberculosis, Typhus and
Smallpox. As a means of comparison the Germans also conducted experiments on the children who were the product of rape of Herero
women by German soldiers and on the children of Herero men and women. In picture severed head of Herero youth.

Picture 37: Severed head of a Namaqua woman used in German Medical Experiments.

Picture 38: Severed head of Namaqua man used in German Medical Experiments.

Picture 39: Herero Prisoners of War and Enslaved labor.

Picture 40: In total approximately over 150,000 Herero and Namaqua women, men, children and elders were murder by the Germans as a
part of their policy of extermination or Genocide. The Germans considered the Herero and Namaqua lands as the most suitable area of their
conquered Afrikan territories for German Colonization and given their stated cultural aversion to miscegenation they implemented a
depopulation policy. The actions of the Germans against the Herero were a horrific precursor to German actions against several European
peoples during the second European War for Global Supremacy c. 6180-6186 KC/1939-1945 CE.

Picture 41: British Concentration Camps were established in Kenya during the high point of the Mau Mau Liberation Movment c. 6193-6196
KC/1952-1955 CE] in response to the success of Mau Mau Liberation Movement in rural Kenya in an effort to break the solidarity between
the Kenyan grassroots and the Mau Mau guerilla liberation fighters. The Mau Mau Liberation struggle continued from c. 6181-6196 KC/19401955 CE. During this time conservative estimates state that around 12,000 Mau Mau guerillas were executed by the British 1,000 by public
hangings, while roughly 1,000,000 Kenyans were interned into British Concentration Camps.

Picture 42: American Concentration Camps were formed not just by the United States in places such as the Philippines during the Philippine
National War of Liberation c. 6140-6143 KC/1899-1902 CE, but have been a part of the American social fabric since the colonial era which
preceded the founding of the nation.

Picture 43: Afrikans whose contributions, ideas and programs must be reassessed Afrocentrically by Afrikans to learn the viable lessons that
they provide.

Picture 45: Painting of Cecile Fatiman and Dutty Zamba Boukman conducting the Ritual Offering of the Vodun Ceremony at Bois-Caiman,
Ayiti in c. 6022 KC/1781 CE. This was the Spiritual catalyst for the Ayitian Revolution.

Picture 46: L: Septimus Severus, First Afrikan Emperor of the Roman Empire c. 4443-4452 KC/202-211 CE. R: Barak Obama, First Black
President of the United States of America c. 6249-6256 KC/2008-2015 CE. The sudden ‘rise’ of Barak Obama through the American political
system is akin to the placement of Enslaved Afrikans as Generals in the Aryan-Arab armies of conquest, even when these enslaved Afrikans
seized power they ruled in accordance to Aryan-Arab cultural paradigms. None of the Enslaved Afrikans who were made generals or who
became Caliphs, i.e., Head of State and Government, and the like used their power for Afrikan Liberation. The Afrikan Septimus Severus who
became Emperor of Rome c. 4443-4452 KC.202-211 CE was an excellent Roman Emperor ruling according to the rules set down by Rome
from its inception as a regional power in c. 4750 KC/509 CE. He did not seek to liberate conquered Afrikan lands. Barak Obama current
President of the United States beginning a second four year term as Chief Executive of the United States Government administers U.S.
Government policy in accordance to the customs, rules and laws set down by the Founding, Anti-Afrikan Enslavers of Ulaya/European origin
and their White Supremacist Anti-Afrikan descendants. His presidency is not an example of Afrikan Power but of continued Ulaya
domination of Afrika and Afrikans around the world. Domination accomplished through a wonderful charade called the VOTE! “What better
way to enslave a man than to give him the vote and call him free?” [Albert Camus]

Picture 47: Christopher Columbus, Adolph Hitler & Osama Bin Laden- Archetypes of European & Aryan-Arab Culture.

Insert 1.17
Christian Church Policy on Enslavement and Genocide
From: Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theologica, "On Justice"; St. Augustine of Hippo, City of
God, Book XIX, Chapter 15; Philip Schaff, Saint Chrysostom and Saint Augustine (New York:
Whittaker Press, 1889); Instruction 20, Holy Office, Sacred Congregation for the Doctrine of
the Faith June 20, 1866; Henry Davis, Pastoral Care (Westminster, MD: Newman Press,
1950)

St. Thomas Aquinas on Slavery: "Slavery among men is natural, for
some are naturally slaves according to the Philosopher (Polit. i, 2). Now
'slavery belongs to the right of nations,' as Isidore states (Etym. v, 4).
Therefore the right of nations is a natural right…It belongs to justice to
render to each one his right, the distinction between individuals being
presupposed: for if a man gives himself his due, this is not strictly called
'just.' And since what belongs to the son is his father's, and what belongs to
the slave is his master's, it follows that properly speaking there is not justice
of father to son, or of master to slave."
St. Augustine on Slavery: "The prime cause ... of slavery is sin, which
brings man under the dominion of his fellow -- that which does not happen
save by the judgment of God, with whom is no unrighteousness, and who
knows how to award fit punishments to every variety of offence…Beyond
question it is a happier thing to be the slave of a man than of a lust; for
even this very lust of ruling, to mention no others, lays waste men's hearts
with the most ruthless dominion…But by nature, as God first created us, no
one is the slave either of man or of sin. This servitude is, however, penal,
and is appointed by that law which enjoins the preservation of the natural
order and forbids its disturbance; for if nothing had been done in violation of
that law, there would have been nothing to restrain by penal servitude. And
therefore the apostle admonishes slaves to be subject to their masters, and
to serve them heartily and with good-will, so that, if they cannot be freed by
their masters, they may themselves make their slavery in some sort free, by
serving not in crafty fear, but in faithful love, until all unrighteousness pass
away, and all principality and every human power be brought to nothing,
and God be all in all."
St. John Chrysostom on Slavery: "Masters contribute greater benefits to
their servants than servants to their masters. For the former furnish the
money to purchase for them sufficient food and clothing, and bestow much

care upon them in other respects, so that the masters pay them the larger
service ... they suffer much toil and trouble for your repose, ought they not
in return to receive much honor from you, their servants?... "Astonishing!
Where has he put slavery? As circumcision profits not, and uncircumcision
does no harm, so neither doeth slavery, nor yet liberty. And that he might
point out this with surpassing clarity, he says 'But even if thou canst become
free, use it rather,' that is, rather continue as a slave. Now upon what
possible ground does he tell the person who might be set free to remain a
slave? He means to point out that slavery is no harm but rather an
advantage…Since not at all for need’s sake was the class of slaves
introduced, else even along with Adam had a slave been formed; but it is
the penalty of sin and punishment of disobedience. But when Christ came,
He put an end to this. ... So that it is not necessary to have a slave: or if it
be at all necessary, let it be about one only, or at the most two."
Synod of Gangra, 4581 KC [340 C.E]: "If any one shall teach a slave,
under pretext of piety, to despise his master and to run away from his
service, and not to serve his own master with good-will and all honour, let
him be anathema."
Third Lateran Council 5420 KC [1179 CE]: "Cruel avarice has so seized
the hearts of some that though they glory in the name of Christians they
provide the Saracens with arms and wood for helmets, and become their
equals or even their superiors in wickedness and supply them with arms and
necessaries to attack Christians. There are even some who for gain act as
captains or pilots in galleys or Saracen pirate vessels. Therefore we declare
that such persons should be cut off from the communion of the church and
be excommunicated for their wickedness, that catholic princes and civil
magistrates should confiscate their possessions, and that if they are
captured they should become the slaves of their captors. We order that
throughout the churches of maritime cities frequent and solemn
excommunication should be pronounced against them."
Third Lateran Council 5420 KC [1179 CE]: "With regard to the
Brabanters, Aragonese, Navarrese, Basques, Coterelli and Triaverdini, who
practise such cruelty upon Christians that they respect neither churches nor
monasteries, and spare neither widows, orphans, old or young nor any age
or sex, but like pagans destroy and lay everything waste, we likewise decree
that those who hire, keep or support them, in the districts where they rage

around, should be denounced publicly on Sundays and other solemn days in
the churches, that they should be subject in every way to the same sentence
and penalty as the above-mentioned heretics and that they should not be
received into the communion of the church, unless they abjure their
pernicious society and heresy. As long as such people persist in their
wickedness, let all who are bound to them by any pact know that they are
free from all obligations of loyalty, homage or any obedience. On these and
on all the faithful we enjoin, for the remission of sins, that they oppose this
scourge with all their might and by arms protect the Christian people against
them. Their goods are to be confiscated and princes free to subject them to
slavery. Those who in true sorrow for their sins die in such a conflict should
not doubt that they will receive forgiveness for their sins and the fruit of an
eternal reward."
Holy See: "Slavery itself, considered as such in its essential nature, is not at
all contrary to the natural and divine law, and there can be several just titles
of slavery and these are referred to by approved theologians and
commentators of the sacred canons. ... It is not contrary to the natural and
divine law for a slave to be sold, bought, exchanged or given. The
purchaser should carefully examine whether the slave who is put up for sale
has been justly or unjustly deprived of his liberty, and that the vendor
should do nothing which might endanger the life, virtue, or Catholic faith of
the slave."

Pope Gregory I c. 4781-4845 KC [c. 540-604 CE]: "Indeed, the deeds
of superiors are not to be smitten with the sword of the mouth, even when
they are rightly thought to be deserving of reproof. And if sometimes the
tongue in criticism of them slips in the least degree, the heart must be
overwhelmed with penitential grief. It should reflect upon itself, and when it
has offended the power set over it, it should dread the judgment passed
against it by Him who appointed superiors. For when we offend those set
over us, we oppose the ordinance of Him who set them above us."
Pope Gregory I c. 4781-4845 KC [c. 540-604 CE]: "Differently to be
admonished are servants and masters. Servants, to wit, that they ever keep
in view the humility of their condition; but masters, that they lose not
recollection of their nature, in which they are constituted on an equality with
servants. Servants are to be admonished that they despise not their

masters, lest they offend God, if by behaving themselves proudly they
gainsay His ordinance: masters, too, are to be admonished, that they are
proud against God with respect to His gift, if they acknowledge not those
whom they hold in subjection by reason of their condition to be their equals
by reason of their community of nature. The former are to be admonished to
know themselves to be servants of masters; the latter are to be admonished
to acknowledge themselves to be fellow-servants of servants. For to those it
is said, Servants, obey your masters according to the flesh (Coloss. iii. 22);
and again, Let as many servants as are under the yoke count their masters
worthy of all honour (1 Tim. vi. 1); but to these it is said, And ye, masters,
do the same things unto them, forbearing threatening, knowing that both
their and your Master is in heaven (Ephes. vi. 9)."
Papal Bull of Nicholas V c. 5696 KC [c. 1455 CE]: "We (therefore)
weighing all and singular the premises with due meditation, and noting that
since we had formerly by other letters of ours granted among other things
free and ample faculty to the aforesaid King Alfonso -- to invade, search out,
capture, vanquish, and subdue all Saracens and pagans whatsoever, and
other enemies of Christ where so ever placed, and the kingdoms, dukedoms,
principalities, dominions, possessions, and all movable and immovable goods
whatsoever held and possessed by them and to reduce their persons to
perpetual slavery."
Pope Gregory IX c. 5467 KC [c. 1226 CE]: "It is certainly a matter of
faith that this sort of slavery in which a man serves his master as his slave,
is altogether lawful. This is proved from Holy Scripture. It is also proved
from reason for it is not unreasonable that just as things which are captured
in a just war pass into the power and ownership of the victors, so persons
captured in war pass into the ownership of the captors. All theologians are
unanimous on this… Cruel avarice has so seized the hearts of some that
though they glory in the name of Christians they provide the Saracens with
arms and wood for helmets, and become their equals or even their superiors
in wickedness and supply them with arms and necessaries to attack
Christians. There are even some who for gain act as captains or pilots in
galleys or Saracen pirate vessels. Therefore we declare that such persons
should be cut off from the communion of the church and be excommunicated
for their wickedness, that catholic princes and civil magistrates should
confiscate their possessions, and that if they are captured they should
become the slaves of their captors. We order that throughout the churches

of maritime cities frequent and solemn excommunication should be
pronounced against them. Let those also be under excommunication who
dare to rob Romans or other Christians who sail for trade or other
honourable purposes. Let those also who in the vilest avarice presume to rob
shipwrecked Christians, whom by the rule of faith they are bound to help,
know that they are excommunicated unless they return the stolen property."
Holy Office- Vatican c. 6107 KC [c. 1866 CE]: "Slavery itself ... is not at
all contrary to the natural and divine law ... The purchaser [of the slave]
should carefully examine whether the slave who is put up for sale has been
justly or unjustly deprived of his liberty, and that the vendor should do
nothing which might endanger the life, virtue, or Catholic faith of the slave."

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Selections of Bible Verses on Genocide [Not an Exhaustive List]
1 Samuel 15:1-9, “And Samuel said to Saul, “The Lord sent me to anoint
you king over his people Israel; now therefore listen to the words of the
Lord. Thus says the Lord of hosts, ‘I have noted what Amalek did to Israel in
opposing them on the way when they came up out of Egypt. Now go and
strike Amalek and devote to destruction all that they have. Do not spare
them, but kill both man and woman, child and infant, ox and sheep, camel
and donkey.’” So Saul summoned the people and numbered them in Telaim,
two hundred thousand men on foot, and ten thousand men of Judah. And
Saul came to the city of Amalek and lay in wait in the valley. Then Saul said
to the Kenites, “Go, depart; go down from among the Amalekites, lest I
destroy you with them. For you showed kindness to all the people of Israel
when they came up out of Egypt.” So the Kenites departed from among the
Amalekites. And Saul defeated the Amalekites from Havilah as far as Shur,
which is east of Egypt. 8 And he took Agag the king of the Amalekites alive
and devoted to destruction all the people with the edge of the sword. But
Saul and the people spared Agag and the best of the sheep and of the oxen
and of the fattened calves] and the lambs, and all that was good, and would
not utterly destroy them. All that was despised and worthless they devoted
to destruction.”
Numbers 31:7, “And they warred against the Midianites, as the LORD
commanded Moses; and they slew all the males.”
Joshua 6:20-21,”So the people shouted, and the trumpets were blown. As
soon as the people heard the sound of the trumpet, the people shouted a
great shout, and the wall fell down flat, so that the people went up into the
city, every man straight before him, and they captured the city. Then they
devoted all in the city to destruction, both men and women, young and old,
oxen, sheep, and donkeys, with the edge of the sword.”
Joshua 8:1-29, “And the LORD said unto Joshua, Fear not, neither be thou
dismayed: take all the people of war with thee, and arise, go up to Ai: see, I
have given into thy hand the king of Ai, and his people, and his city, and his
land: And thou shalt do to Ai and her king as thou didst unto Jericho and her
king: only the spoil thereof, and the cattle thereof, shall ye take for a prey
unto yourselves: lay thee an ambush for the city behind it. And it came to

pass, when Israel had made an end of slaying all the inhabitants of Ai in the
field, in the wilderness wherein they chased them, and when they were all
fallen on the edge of the sword, until they were consumed, that all the
Israelites returned unto Ai, and smote it with the edge of the sword. And
[so] it was, [that] all that fell that day, both of men and women, [were]
twelve thousand, [even] all the men of Ai. For Joshua drew not his hand
back, wherewith he stretched out the spear, until he had utterly destroyed
all the inhabitants of Ai. Only the cattle and the spoil of that city Israel took
for a prey unto themselves, according unto the word of the LORD which he
commanded Joshua. And Joshua burnt Ai, and made it an heap forever,
[even] a desolation unto this day. And the king of Ai he hanged on a tree
until eventide: and as soon as the sun was down, Joshua commanded that
they should take his carcass down from the tree, and cast it at the entering
of the gate of the city, and raise thereon a great heap of stones, [that
remaineth] unto this day.”
Judges 20:48, “And the men of Israel turned again upon the children of
Benjamin, and smote them with the edge of the sword, as well the men of
every city, as the beast, and all that came to hand: also they set on fire all
the cities that they came to.”

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Aryan-Arab Views of Afrikans
“While the exponents of religion preached a doctrine of equality, albeit in
somewhat ambiguous terms, the facts of life determined otherwise.
Prevailing attitudes were shaped not by preachers and relaters of tradition
but by the conquerors and slave owners who formed the ruling group in
Islamic society. The resulting attitude of contempt—towards non-Arabs in
general and toward the dark-skinned in particular—is expressed in a
thousand ways in the documents, literature, and art that have come down to
us from the Islamic Middle Ages...This literature and, especially, popular
literature depicts [the black man] in the form of hostile stereotypes—as a
demon in fairy tales, as a savage in stories of travel and adventure, or
commonly as a lazy, stupid, evil-smelling and lecherous slave. The evidence
of literature is confirmed by art. In Arab, Persian and Turkish paintings
blacks frequently appear, sometimes as mythological figures of evil,
sometimes as primitives or performing some other menial task, or as
eunuchs in the palace or in the household. Yet in spite of these attitudes and
the resulting disabilities imposed upon men of African birth, they
nevertheless managed to make a significant contribution to mediaeval
Islamic civilization—and not only in their labor and services.”
From: Bernard Lewis, ‘The African Diaspora and the Civilization of Islam’, in M.I. Kilson &
R.I. Rotberg, The African Diaspora (Harvard University Press: 1976), pp.48-49

“The equatorial region is inhabited by communities of Blacks who are to be
numbered among the savages and beasts. Their complexions and hair are
burnt and they are physically and morally deviant. Their brains almost boil
from the sun’s excessive heat…… The human being who dwells there is a
crude fellow, with a very black complexion, burnt hair, unruly, with stinking
sweat, and an abnormal constitution, most closely resembling in his moral
qualities a savage, or animals. He cannot dwell in the second zone, let alone
the third and fourth, just as the people of the first zone live not in the sixth,
nor those of the sixth in the first, or the equatorial region, because of the
difference in the quality of the air and the heat of the sun. God knows best!
We shall now give an account of what has been said about the inhabitants of
the seven zones in regard to their physique and their moral qualities, and
the reasons for this. The first zone is from the equator, extending to what

lies beyond it and behind it. It contains the following nations: the Zanj, the
Südan, the Habasha, the Nüba, etc. Their blackness is due to the sun . . .
Since its heat is extreme and it rises over them and is directly over their
heads twice in a year, and remains close to them, it gives them a burning
heat, and their hair, pursuant to the natural processes, becomes jet-black,
curly and peppercorn-like, closely resembling hair that has been brought
close to a fire until it has become scorched. The most convincing proof that
it is scorched is that it does not grow any longer. Their skins are hairless and
smooth, since the sun cleans the filth from their bodies and draws it out.
Their brains have little humidity for similar reasons and hence their
intelligence is dim, their thoughts are not sustained, and their minds are
inflexible, so that opposites, such a good faith and deceit, honesty and
treachery, do not coexist among them. No divinely revealed laws have been
found among them, nor has any divine messenger been sent among them,
for they are incapable of handling opposites together, whereas divine laws
consist of commanding and forbidding, and creating desire and fear. The
moral characteristics found in their belief systems are close to the instincts
found naturally in animals, which require no learning to bring them out of
the realm of potentiality into that of reality, like the braveness to be found in
a lion, and the cunning in a fox.”
From: Shams al-Dın Mu‚hammad b. Abı ‚Tilib al-Dimashqi (Death: 1327), Nukhbat
al-dahr fı fiaj ibal-barr wa l-ba‚hr, Editor: A. Mehren, (Leipzig: 1923) pp. 15-17

“The wombs of their women [Babylonians] do not overcook them until they
are burnt, so that the child comes out something black or pitch-black,
malodorous and pungent-smelling, with peppercorn hair, unbalanced limbs,
a deficient mind, and depraved passions, such as the Zanj, the Ethiopians,
and other blacks who resemble them.”
From: Ibn al-Faqıh al-Hamadhinı, Mukhta‚sar kitab al-buldan, Editor: M.J. De Goeje,
(Leiden: 1885) pp. 162.

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Selections: Bible & Quran on Enslavement [Not an Exhaustive List]
Genesis 9:25-27, "Cursed be Kanaan! The lowest of slaves will he be to his
brothers. He also said, 'Blessed be the Lord, the God of Shem! May Kanaan
be the slave of Shem. May God extend the territory of Japheth; may Japheth
live in the tents of Shem and may Kanaan be his slave'."
Exodus 20:17, “You shall not covet your neighbor's house; you shall not
covet your neighbor's wife, or his male servant, or his female servant, or his
ox, or his donkey, or anything that is your neighbor's.”
Exodus 21:1-11, “If thou buy an Hebrew servant, six years he shall serve:
and in the seventh he shall go out free for nothing. If he came in by
himself, he shall go out by himself: if he were married, then his wife shall go
out with him. If his master has given him a wife, and she have born him
sons or daughters; the wife and her children shall be her master's, and he
shall go out by himself. And if the servant shall plainly say, I love my
master, my wife, and my children; I will not go out free: Then his master
shall bring him unto the judges; he shall also bring him to the door, or unto
the door post; and his master shall bore his ear through with an aul; and he
shall serve him forever. And if a man sell his daughter to be a maidservant,
she shall not go out as the menservants do. If she please not her master,
who hath betrothed her to himself, then shall he let her be redeemed: to sell
her unto a strange nation he shall have no power, seeing he hath dealt
deceitfully with her. And if he have betrothed her unto his son, he shall deal
with her after the manner of daughters. If he take him another wife; her
food, her raiment, and her duty of marriage, shall he not diminish. And if he
do not these three unto her, then shall she go out free without money.”
Exodus 21:16, “Whoever steals a man and sells him, and anyone found in
possession of him, shall be put to death.”
Exodus 21:20-21, “When a man strikes his slave, male or female, with a
rod and the slave dies under his hand, he shall be avenged. But if the slave
survives a day or two, he is not to be avenged, for the slave is his money.”
Deuteronomy 23:15-16, “You shall not give up to his master a slave who
has escaped from his master to you. He shall dwell with you, in your midst,

in the place that he shall choose within one of your towns, wherever it suits
him. You shall not wrong him.”
Deuteronomy 24:7, “If a man is found stealing one of his brothers of the
people of Israel, and if he treats him as a slave or sells him, then that thief
shall die. So you shall purge the evil from your midst.”
Leviticus 22:11, “But if a priest buys a slave as his property for money, the
slave may eat of it, and anyone born in his house may eat of his food.”

Leviticus 19:20, “If a man lies sexually with a woman who is a slave,
assigned to another man and not yet ransomed or given her freedom, a
distinction shall be made. They shall not be put to death, because she was
not free;”
Leviticus 19:18, “You shall not take vengeance or bear a grudge against
the sons of your own people, but you shall love your neighbor as yourself: I
am the Lord.”
Leviticus 25:42, “For they are my servants, whom I brought out of the
land of Egypt; they shall not be sold as slaves.”
Leviticus 25:44-46, “As for your male and female slaves whom you may
have: you may buy male and female slaves from among the nations that are
around you. You may also buy from among the strangers who sojourn with
you and their clans that are with you, who have been born in your land, and
they may be your property. You may bequeath them to your sons after you
to inherit as a possession forever. You may make slaves of them, but over
your brother’s the people of Israel you shall not rule, one over another
ruthlessly.”
2 Kings 4:1, “Now the wife of one of the sons of the prophets cried to
Elisha, “Your servant my husband is dead, and you know that your servant
feared the Lord, but the creditor has come to take my two children to be his
slaves.”
Joel 3:8, “I [God] will sell your sons and your daughters into the hand of
the people of Judah, and they will sell them to the Sabeans, to a nation far
away, for the Lord has spoken.”

Colossians 4:1, “Masters, treat your slaves justly and fairly, knowing that
you also have a Master in heaven.”
Ephesians 6:5-6, “Slaves, obey your earthly masters with respect and fear,
and with sincerity of heart, just as you would obey Christ. Obey them not
only to win their favor when their eye is on you, but like slaves of Christ,
doing the will of God from your heart.”
1 Peter 2:18-19, "Slaves, accept the authority of your masters with all
deference, not only those who are kind and gentle but also those who are
harsh. For it is a credit to you if, being aware of God, you endure pain while
suffering unjustly. If you endure when you are beaten for doing wrong, what
credit is that? But if you endure when you do right and suffer for it, you have
God's approval."
Titus 2:9-10, “Slaves are to be submissive to their own masters in
everything; they are to be well-pleasing, not argumentative, not pilfering,
but showing all good faith, so that in everything they may adorn the doctrine
of God our Savior.”
Colossians 3:22, “Slaves, obey in everything those who are your earthly
masters, not by way of eye-service, as people-pleasers, but with sincerity of
heart, fearing the Lord.”
1 Timothy 6:1-5, "Let all who are under the yoke of slavery regard their
masters as worthy of all honor, so that the name of God and the teaching
may not be blasphemed. Those who have believing masters must not be
disrespectful to them on the ground that they are members of the church;
rather they must serve them all the more, since those who benefit by their
service are believers and beloved. Teach and urge these duties. Whoever
teaches otherwise and does not agree with the sound words of our Lord
Jesus Christ and the teaching that is in accordance with godliness, is
conceited, understanding nothing, and has a morbid craving for controversy
and for disputes about words. From these come envy, dissension, slander,
base suspicions, and wrangling among those who are depraved in mind and
bereft of the truth, imagining that godliness is a means of gain."
Sura 2:221, “A believing slave is better than an idolater..."
Sura 4:3, "...You may marry other women who seem good to you: two,
three, or four of them. But if you fear that you cannot maintain equality

Sura 4:3, “And if you have reason to fear that you might not act equitably
towards orphans, then marry from among (other women) such as are lawful
to you even two, or three, or four: but if you have reason to fear that you
might not be able to treat them with equal fairness, then (only) one -- or
(from among) any slave-girls you rightfully possess.”
Sura 4:25, “And as for those of you who, owing to circumstances, are not in
a position to marry free believing women, (let them marry) believing
maidens from among those whom you rightfully possess.”
Sura 16:75, "Allah sets forth the Parable (of two men: one) a slave under
the dominion of another; He has no power of any sort; and (the other) a
man on whom We have bestowed goodly favours from Ourselves, and he
spends thereof (freely), privately and publicly: are the two equal? (By no
means;) praise be to Allah."
Sura 23:1, "Blessed are the believers...who restrain their carnal desires
(except with their wives and slave-girls, for these are lawful to them)..."
Sura 24:32, “And (you ought to) marry the single from among you as well
as such of male and female slaves as are fit (for marriage).”
Sura 24:33, “And do not, in order to gain some of the fleeting pleasures of
this worldly life, coerce your (slave) maidens into whoredom if they happen
to be desirous of marriage;”
Sura 33:50, "O Prophet! We have made lawful to thee thy wives to whom
thou hast paid their dowers; and those (slaves) whom thy right hand
possesses out of the prisoners of war whom Allah has assigned to thee as
booty."
Sura 2:178, “If someone murders your slave, then you get to kill one of his.
If it was a male that was killed, you kill one of the killer's male slaves. If a
female, you kill a female. Murder for murder. Slave for slave. It all works out
swell with Allah's wondrous rules. (Oh, and if you don't follow them, you'll
have the usual painful doom.)”

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Christianity and Islam on War
Augustine On Just Wars: “After the state or city comes the world, the
third circle of human society, — the first being the house, and the second
the city. And the world, as it is larger, so it is fuller of dangers, as the
greater sea is the more dangerous. And here, in the first place, man is
separated from man by the difference of languages. For if two men, each
ignorant of the other's language, meet, and are not compelled to pass, but,
on the contrary, to remain in company, dumb animals, though of different
species, would more easily hold intercourse than they, human beings though
they be. For their common nature is no help to friendliness when they are
prevented by diversity of language from conveying their sentiments to one
another; so that a man would more readily hold intercourse with his dog
than with a foreigner. But the imperial city has endeavored to impose on
subject nations not only her yoke, but her language, as a bond of peace, so
that interpreters, far from being scarce, are numberless. This is true; but
how many great wars, how much slaughter and bloodshed, have provided
this unity! And though these are past, the end of these miseries has not yet
come. For though there have never been wanting, nor are yet wanting,
hostile nations beyond the empire, against whom wars have been and are
waged, yet, supposing there were no such nations, the very extent of the
empire itself has produced wars of a more obnoxious description— social and
civil wars— and with these the whole race has been agitated, either by the
actual conflict or the fear of a renewed outbreak. If I attempted to give an
adequate description of these manifold disasters, these stern and lasting
necessities, though I am quite unequal to the task, what limit could I set?
But, say they, the wise man will wage just wars. As if he would not all the
rather lament the necessity of just wars, if he remembers that he is a man;
for if they were not just he would not wage them, and would therefore be
delivered from all wars. For it is the wrongdoing of the opposing party which
compels the wise man to wage just wars; and this wrong-doing, even
though it gave rise to no war, would still be matter of grief to man because it
is man's wrong-doing. Let everyone, then, who thinks with pain on all these
great evils, so horrible, so ruthless, acknowledge that this is misery. And if
any one either endures or thinks of them without mental pain, this is a more

miserable plight still, for he thinks himself happy because he has lost human
feeling.”
St. Augustine, The City of God Against the Pagans Translator John Healey. (New York: E. P.
Dutton & Co., 1945)

Aquinas On Just War: “I answer that, In order for a war to be just, three
things are necessary. First, the authority of the sovereign by whose
command the war is to be waged. For it is not the business of a private
individual to declare war, because he can seek for redress of his rights from
the tribunal of his superior. Moreover it is not the business of a private
individual to summon together the people, which has to be done in wartime.
And as the care of the common weal is committed to those who are in
authority, it is their business to watch over the common weal of the city,
kingdom or province subject to them. And just as it is lawful for them to
have recourse to the sword in defending that common weal against internal
disturbances, when they punish evil-doers, according to the words of the
Apostle (Rm. 13:4): "He beareth not the sword in vain: for he is God's
minister, an avenger to execute wrath upon him that doth evil"; so too, it is
their business to have recourse to the sword of war in defending the
common weal against external enemies. Hence it is said to those who are in
authority (Ps. 81:4): "Rescue the poor: and deliver the needy out of the
hand of the sinner"; and for this reason Augustine says (Contra Faust. xxii,
75): "The natural order conducive to peace among mortals demands that the
power to declare and counsel war should be in the hands of those who hold
the supreme authority." Secondly, a just cause is required, namely that
those who are attacked, should be attacked because they deserve it on
account of some fault. Wherefore Augustine says (Questions. in Hept., qu. x,
super Jos.): "A just war is wont to be described as one that avenges wrongs,
when a nation or state has to be punished, for refusing to make amends for
the wrongs inflicted by its subjects, or to restore what it has seized
unjustly." Thirdly, it is necessary that the belligerents should have a rightful
intention, so that they intend the advancement of good, or the avoidance of
evil. Hence Augustine says (De Verb. Dom. [*The words quoted are to be
found not in St. Augustine's works, but Can. Apud. Caus. xxiii, qu. 1]): "True
religion looks upon as peaceful those wars that are waged not for motives of
aggrandizement, or cruelty, but with the object of securing peace, of
punishing evil-doers, and of uplifting the good." For it may happen that the
war is declared by the legitimate authority, and for a just cause, and yet be

rendered unlawful through a wicked intention. Hence Augustine says (Contra
Faust. xxii, 74): "The passion for inflicting harm, the cruel thirst for
vengeance, an unpacific and relentless spirit, the fever of revolt, the lust of
power, and such like things, all these are rightly condemned in war."
St. Thomas Aquinas, The Summa Theologica (Benziger Brothers, 1947)

Quran on War: Then, when the sacred months have passed, slay the
idolaters wherever ye find them, and take them captive, and besiege them,
and prepare for them each ambush. But if they repent and establish worship
and pay the poor-due, then leave their way free. Lo! Allah is Forgiving,
Merciful. [Sura 9:5]
Fight against such of those who have been given the Scripture as believe not
in Allah nor the Last Day, and forbid not that which Allah hath forbidden by
His messenger, and follow not the Religion of Truth, until they pay the
tribute readily, being brought low. [Sura 9:29]
Noble Quran Translators, Dr. Muhammad Taqi-ud-Din Al-Hilali, Ph.D. and Dr. Muhammad
Muhsin Khan.

Abi Zakaryya Al Dimashqi Al Dumyati: “Realize that attacking the nonbelievers in their territories is a collective duty (fardh kifayah) with the
consensus (ijmaa) of the scholars. However ibn al Musayeb and ibn
Shubrumah state that it is a duty (fardh ayn) on each and every individual.
“The minimum participation in Jihad is once a year, and more is always
better. It is not allowed to have a year pass you by without any fighting
except out of necessity like the weakness of Muslims and the great numbers
of the enemy, or fear of extermination if you attack them first, or lack of
provisions, or similar excuses. Otherwise, if there is no necessity it is not
allowed to delay attacking the non-believers for more than a year.” Imam
Shafi’i states that. The imam of al Haramain says: “I adopt the opinion of
the scholars of usool. They stated that Jihad is a mandatory call and must be
established according to the ability until none remains in the world but a
Muslim or one who has submitted to Muslims. Thus, Jihad is not limited to
once a year. It should be done more frequently if possible.

What the scholars of fiqh stated is because usually the time spent in
preparations for combat limit the ability to wage war to once a year.” The
author of al Mugni from the Hanbali school states: “The minimum jihad is
once a year, so it is mandatory every year. If there is a need to fight more
than once a year, it becomes mandatory on the Muslims to fulfill that need.”
Al Qurtubi states in his tafseer: “It is mandatory on the Imam to send an
army of Muslims to the land of the enemy once every year and the Imam
should participate himself in such expeditions. If not, then he should send
someone capable whom he trusts, to call them to Islam, keep away their
harm, to give victory to the religion of Allah, until they enter Islam or pay
jizyah.
[Tax on Judaic Practioners and Christians]” Abi Zakaryya Al Dimashqi Al Dumyati, The Book
of Jihad [1411]

Ibn Khaldun: “In the Muslim community, the holy war is a religious duty,
because of the universalism of the Muslim mission and the obligation to
convert everybody to Islam either by persuasion or by force... The other
religious groups did not have a universal mission, and the holy war was not
a religious duty for them, save only for purposes of defense... Islam is under
obligation to gain power over other nations.”
Ibn Khaldun, The Muqaddimah An Introduction to History Vol. I, Translator Franz Rosenthal
(New York, NY.: Pantheon, 1958)

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Description of Jewish Execution of Enslaved Afrikan
[Suriname c. 6030 KC/1789 CE]: “Next took up a heavy iron bar, with
which, by repeated blows, he broke his bones to shivers, till the marrow,
blood, and splinters flew about the field; but the prisoner never uttered a
groan nor a sigh. The ropes being next unlashed, I imagined him dead, and
felt happy; till the magistrates stirring to depart, he writhed himself from the
cross, when he fell on the grass, and damned them all, as a set of barbarous
rascals; at the same time removing his right hand by the help of his teeth,
he rested his head on part of the timber, and asked the by-standers for a
pipe of tobacco, which was infamously answered by kicking and spitting on
him; till I, with some American seamen, thought proper to prevent it. He
then begged that his head might be chopped off; but to no purpose. At last,
seeing no end to his misery, he declared, "that though he had deserved
death, he had not expected to die so many deaths: however, (said he) you
Christians have missed your aim at last, and I now care not, were I to
remain thus one month longer." After which he sung two extempore songs
(with a clear voice) the subjects of which were, to bid adieu to his living
friends, and to acquaint his deceased relations that in a very little time he
should be with them, to enjoy their company for ever in a better place. This
done, he calmly entered into conversation with some gentlemen concerning
his trial; relating every particular with uncommon tranquility - "But," said he
abruptly, "by the sun it must be eight o'clock; and by any longer discourse I
should be sorry to be the cause of your losing your breakfast." Then, casting
his eyes on a Jew, whose name was De Vries, "A-propos, sir," said he,
"won't you please to pay me the ten shillings you owe me?" "For what to
do?" - "To buy meat and drink, to be sure - don't you perceive I am to be
kept alive?" Which speech, on seeing the Jew stare like a fool, this mangled
wretch accompanied with a loud and hearty laugh. Next, observing the
soldier that stood sentinel over him biting occasionally on a piece of dry
bread, he asked him "how it came to pass, that he, a white man, should
have no meat to eat along with it?" - "Because I am not so rich," answered
the soldier. "Then I will make you a present, sir," said the negro; "first, pick
my hand that was chopped off clean to the bones, next begin to devour my
body, till you are glutted; when you will have both bread and meat, as best
becomes you"; which piece of humor was followed by a second laugh; and

thus he continued, until I left him, which was about three hours after the
dreadful execution. Wonderful it is indeed, that human nature should be able
to endure so much torture, which assuredly could only be supported by a
mixture of rage, contempt, pride, and the glory of braving his tormentors,
from whom he was so soon to escape. At Demerary, so late as October,
1789, thirty-two wretches were executed in three days, sixteen of whom
suffered in the manner just described, with no less fortitude, and without
uttering one single complaint." [Captain John Gabriel Stedman]
From: John Gabriel Stedman, Narrative of a Five Years' Expedition, Against the Revolted
Negroes of Surinam in Guiana, on the wild coast of South America; From the year 1772 to
1777: Elucidating the History of that Country, and Describing its Productions with an
Account of the Indians of Guiana, and the Negroes of Guinea (London: J. Johnson & T.
Payne, 1806)

Barbados Legislature Special Tax on Jews c. 5982 KC [c. 1741 CE]:
"...That the Jews in this island are a very wealthy body, their gains
considerable, and acquired with great ease and indolence, and with little
risk, and their fortunes so disposed, that the usual methods of laying taxes
will not affect them; they are generally concerned in, nay have almost
entirely engrossed, the whole retail trade of this island, furnish people with
materials of luxury, tempt them to live and dress above their circumstances,
carry on a traffic with our slaves greatly prejudicial to the planter and fair
trader, encouraging the negroes to steal commodities from their masters,
which they sell to or barter with the Jews, at inconsiderable and under
values; and, when by such means they have amassed great wealth, they
layout their money at interest, by which the public stock is no way
increased; and it must ever be against the interest and policy of every
country, to encourage the heaping up of such riches among them: That it is
in this light the Jews are taxed separately, and not on account of religion or
country, nor does the present tax exceed what they have paid forty years
ago, when their riches were not so great as they are at present, and their
numbers have been daily increasing under a taxation of this sort ever since."
From: George Fortunatus Judah, The Jews’ Tribute in Jamaica Publications of the American
Jewish Historical Society, Vol. 18 (1909); The Historical Research Department of the Nation
of Islam, The Secret Relationship Between Blacks and Jews Vol. I (Chicago: Latimer
Associates, 1991); The Historical Research Department of the Nation of Islam, The Secret
Relationship Between Blacks and Jews: How Jews Gained Control of the Black Economy Vol.
II (Chicago: Latimer Associates, 2010)

Insert 1.20
Afrikan Mis-Leadership
W. E. B. Dubois, Crisis c. 6158 KC [June 1917 CE] “We…earnestly urge
our colored fellow citizens to join heartily in this fight for eventual world
liberation; we urge them to enlist in the army; to join in the pressing work of
providing food supplies; to labor in all ways by hand and thought in
increasing the efficiency of our country. We urge this despite our deep
sympathy with the reasonable and deep‐seated feeling of revolt among
Negroes at the persistent insult and discrimination to which they are subject
even when they do their patriotic duty. Let us, however, never forget that
this country belongs to us even more than to those who lynch, disfranchise,
and segregate. As our country it rightly demands our whole‐hearted defense
as well today as when with Crispus Attucks we fought for independence and
with 200,000 black soldiers we helped hammer out our own freedom.
Absolute loyalty in arms and in civil duties need not for a moment lead us to
abate our just complaints and just demands.
Despite the gratuitous advice of the white friends who wish us to submit
uncomplainingly to caste and peonage, and despite the more timid and
complacent souls in our own ranks, we demand and of right ought to
demand: 1. The right to serve our country on the battlefield and to receive
training for such service; 2. The right of our best men to lead troops of their
own race in battle, and to receive officers’ training in preparation for such
leadership; 3. The immediate stoppage of lynching; 4. The right to vote for
both men and women; 5. Universal and free common school training; 6. The
abolition of Jim Crow cars; 7. The repeal of segregation ordinances and 8.
Equal civil rights in all public institutions and movements.”
W. E. B. Dubois, Crisis c. 6159 KC [July 1918 CE] “Let us, while this war
lasts, forget our special grievances and close our ranks shoulder to shoulder
with our own white fellow citizens and the allied nations that are fighting for
democracy. We make no ordinary sacrifice, but we make it gladly and
willingly with our eyes lifted to the hills.”
Hubert Harrison, The Voice c. 6159 KC [25th July, 1918] “The essence
of the present situation lies in the fact that the people whom our white
masters have "recognized" as our leaders (without taking the trouble to
consult us) and those who, by our own selection, has actually attained to

leadership among us are being revaluated and, in most cases, rejected. The
most striking instance from the latter class is Dr. W. E. B. Du Bois, the editor
of The Crisis. Du Bois's case is the more significant because his former
services to his race have been undoubtedly of a high and courageous sort.
Dr. Du Bois first palpably sinned in his editorial, "Close Ranks". But this
offense lies in a single sentence: "Let, us, while this war lasts, forget our
special grievances and close our ranks." It is felt by all his critics that Du
Bois, of all Negroes, knows best that our "special grievances", which the War
Department Bulletin describes as justifiable, consists of lynching,
segregation and disfranchisement and that the Negroes of America cannot
preserve either their lives, their manhood or their vote (which is their
political lives and liberties) with these things in existence”

Insert 1.21
Excerpt: A Brief History of U.S. Interventions: 1945 to the Present
William Blum
Z magazine [June 1999]
The engine of American foreign policy has been fueled not by a devotion to
any kind of morality, but rather by the necessity to serve other imperatives,
which can be summarized as follows: * Making the world safe for American
corporations; * Enhancing the financial statements of defense contractors at
home who have contributed generously to members of congress; *
Preventing the rise of any society that might serve as a successful example
of an alternative to the capitalist model; * Extending political and economic
hegemony over as wide an area as possible, as befits a "great power." . . .
Philippines, 1945-53: U.S. military fought against leftist forces (Huks)
even while the Huks were still fighting against the Japanese invaders. After
the war, the U. S. continued its fight against the Huks, defeating them, and
then installing a series of puppets as president, culminating in the
dictatorship of Ferdinand Marcos. . .
Iran, 1953: Prime Minister Mossadegh was overthrown in a joint
U.S./British operation. Mossadegh had been elected to his position by a large
majority of parliament, but he had made the fateful mistake of spearheading
the movement to nationalize a British-owned oil company, the sole oil
company operating in Iran. The coup restored the Shah to absolute power
and began a period of 25 years of repression and torture, with the oil
industry being restored to foreign ownership, as follows: Britain and the
U.S., each 40 percent, other nations 20 percent.
Guatemala, 1953-1990s: A CIA-organized coup overthrew the
democratically-elected and progressive government of Jacobo Arbenz,
initiating 40 years of death-squads, torture, disappearances, mass
executions, and unimaginable cruelty, totaling well over 100,000 victims indisputably one of the most inhuman chapters of the 20th century. Arbenz
had nationalized the U.S. firm, United Fruit Company, which had extremely
close ties to the American power elite. . . The real problem in the eyes of
Washington, in addition to United Fruit, was the danger of Guatemala's
social democracy spreading to other countries in Latin America. . .

British Guiana/Guyana, 1953-64: For 11 years, two of the oldest
democracies in the world, Great Britain and the United States, went to great
lengths to prevent a democratically elected leader from occupying his office.
Cheddi Jagan was another Third World leader who tried to remain neutral
and independent. He was elected three times. Although a leftist-more so
than Sukarno or Arbenz-his policies in office were not revolutionary. But he
was still a marked man, for he represented Washington's greatest fear:
building a society that might be a successful example of an alternative to the
capitalist model. Using a wide variety of tactics-from general strikes and
disinformation to terrorism and British legalisms, the U. S. and Britain finally
forced Jagan out in 1964. John F. Kennedy had given a direct order for his
ouster, as, presumably, had Eisenhower. One of the better-off countries in
the region under Jagan, Guyana, by the 1980s, was one of the poorest. Its
principal export became people.
Vietnam, 1950-73: The slippery slope began with siding with the French,
the former colonizers and collaborators with the Japanese, against Ho Chi
Minh and his followers who had worked closely with the Allied war effort and
admired all things American. Ho Chi Minh was, after all, some kind of
Communist. He had written numerous letters to President Truman and the
State Department asking for America's help in winning Vietnamese
independence from the French and finding a peaceful solution for his
country. All his entreaties were ignored.
Ho Chi Minh modeled the new Vietnamese declaration of independence on
the American, beginning it with "All men are created equal. They are
endowed by their Creator with ..." But this would count for nothing in
Washington. Ho Chi Minh was some kind of Communist. Twenty-three years
and more than a million dead, later, the United States withdrew its military
forces from Vietnam. Most people say that the U.S. lost the war. But by
destroying Vietnam to its core, and poisoning the earth and the gene pool
for generations, Washington had achieved its main purpose: preventing
what might have been the rise of a good development option for Asia. Ho
Chi Minh was, after all, some kind of communist. Cambodia, 1955-73:
Prince Sihanouk was yet another leader who did not fancy being an
American client. After many years of hostility towards his regime, including
assassination plots and the infamous Nixon/Kissinger secret "carpet
bombings" of 1969-70, Washington finally overthrew Sihanouk in a coup in
1970. This was all that was needed to impel Pol Pot and his Khmer Rouge

forces to enter the fray. Five years later, they took power. But five years of
American bombing had caused Cambodia's traditional economy to vanish.
The old Cambodia had been destroyed forever. Incredibly, the Khmer Rouge
were to inflict even greater misery on this unhappy land. To add to the
irony, the United States supported Pol Pot, militarily and diplomatically, after
their subsequent defeat by the Vietnamese.
The Congo/Zaire, 1960-65: In June 1960, Patrice Lumumba became the
Congo's first prime minister after independence from Belgium. But Belgium
retained its vast mineral wealth in Katanga province, prominent Eisenhower
administration officials had financial ties to the same wealth, and Lumumba,
at Independence Day ceremonies before a host of foreign dignitaries, called
for the nation's economic as well as its political liberation, and recounted a
list of injustices against the natives by the white owners of the country. The
man was obviously a "Communist." The poor man was obviously doomed.
Eleven days later, Katanga province seceded, in September, Lumumba was
dismissed by the president at the instigation of the United States, and in
January 1961 he was assassinated at the express request of Dwight
Eisenhower. There followed several years of civil conflict and chaos and the
rise to power of Mobutu Sese Seko, a man not a stranger to the CIA. Mobutu
went on to rule the country for more than 30 years, with a level of
corruption and cruelty that shocked even his CIA handlers. The Zairian
people lived in abject poverty despite the plentiful natural wealth, while
Mobutu became a multibillionaire. . .
Dominican Republic, 1963-66: In February 1963, Juan Bosch took office
as the first democratically elected president of the Dominican Republic since
1924. Here at last was John F. Kennedy's liberal anti-Communist, to counter
the charge that the U.S. supported only military dictatorships. Bosch's
government was to be the long sought "showcase of democracy " that would
put the lie to Fidel Castro. He was given the grand treatment in Washington
shortly before he took office. Bosch was true to his beliefs. He called for land
reform, low-rent housing, modest nationalization of business, and foreign
investment provided it was not excessively exploitative of the country and
other policies making up the program of any liberal Third World leader
serious about social change. He was likewise serious about civil liberties:
Communists, or those labeled as such, were not to be persecuted unless
they actually violated the law. A number of American officials and congress
people expressed their discomfort with Bosch's plans, as well as his stance

of independence from the United States. Land reform and nationalization are
always touchy issues in Washington; the stuff that "creeping socialism" is
made of. In several quarters of the U.S. press Bosch was red-baited. In
September, the military boots marched. Bosch was out. The United States,
which could discourage a military coup in Latin America with a frown, did
nothing. Nineteen months later, a revolt broke out which promised to put
the exiled Bosch back into power. The United States sent 23,000 troops to
help crush it. . .
Chile, 1964-73: Salvador Allende was the worst possible scenario for a
Washington imperialist. He could imagine only one thing worse than a
Marxist in power-an elected Marxist in power, who honored the constitution,
and became increasingly popular. This shook the very foundation stones on
which the anti-Communist tower was built: the doctrine, painstakingly
cultivated for decades, that "communists" can take power only through force
and deception, that they can retain that power only through terrorizing and
brainwashing the population. After sabotaging Allende's electoral endeavor
in 1964, and failing to do so in 1970, despite their best efforts, the CIA and
the rest of the American foreign policy machine left no stone unturned in
their attempt to destabilize the Allende government over the next three
years, paying particular attention to building up military hostility. Finally, in
September 1973, the military overthrew the government, Allende dying in
the process. They closed the country to the outside world for a week, while
the tanks rolled and the soldiers broke down doors; the stadiums rang with
the sounds of execution and the bodies piled up along the streets and
floated in the river; the torture centers opened for business; the subversive
books were thrown into bonfires; soldiers slit the trouser legs of women,
shouting that "In Chile women wear dresses!"; the poor returned to their
natural state; and the men of the world in Washington and in the halls of
international finance opened up their check- books. In the end, more than
3,000 had been executed, thousands more tortured or disappeared. . .
East Timor, 1975 to present: In December 1975, Indonesia invaded East
Timor, which lies at the eastern end of the Indonesian archipelago, and
which had proclaimed its independence after Portugal had relinquished
control of it. The invasion was launched the day after U. S. President Gerald
Ford and Secretary of State Henry Kissinger had left Indonesia after giving
Suharto permission to use American arms, which, under U.S. Iaw, could not
be used for aggression. Indonesia was Washington's most valuable tool in

Southeast Asia. Amnesty International estimated that by 1989, Indonesian
troops, with the aim of forcibly annexing East Timor, had killed 200,000
people out of a population of between 600,000 and 700,000. The United
States consistently supported Indonesia's claim to East Timor (unlike the UN
and the EU), and downplayed the slaughter to a remarkable degree, at the
same time supplying Indonesia with all the military hardware and training it
needed to carry out the job.
Nicaragua, 1978-89: When the Sandinistas overthrew the Somoza
dictatorship in 1978, it was clear to Washington that they might well be that
long-dreaded beast-"another Cuba." Under President Carter, attempts to
sabotage the revolution took diplomatic and economic forms. Under Reagan,
violence was the method of choice. For eight terribly long years, the people
of Nicaragua were under attack by Washington's proxy army, the Contras,
formed from Somoza's vicious National Guard and other supporters of the
dictator. It was all-out war, aiming to destroy the progressive social and
economic programs of the government, burning down schools and medical
clinics, raping, torturing, mining harbors, bombing and strafing. These were
Ronald Reagan's "freedom fighters." There would be no revolution in
Nicaragua.
Grenada, 1979-84: What would drive the most powerful nation in the
world to invade a country of 110,000? Maurice Bishop and his followers had
taken power in a 1979 coup, and though their actual policies were not as
revolutionary as Castro's, Washington was again driven by its fear of
"another Cuba," particularly when public appearances by the Grenadian
leaders in other countries of the region met with great enthusiasm. U. S.
destabilization tactics against the Bishop government began soon after the
coup and continued until 1983, featuring numerous acts of disinformation
and dirty tricks. The American invasion in October 1983 met minimal
resistance, although the U.S. suffered 135 killed or wounded; there were
also some 400 Grenadian casualties, and 84 Cubans, mainly construction
workers. At the end of 1984, a questionable election was held which was
won by a man supported by the Reagan administration. One year later, the
human rights organization, Council on Hemispheric Affairs, reported that
Grenada's new U.S.-trained police force and counter-insurgency forces had
acquired a reputation for brutality, arbitrary arrest, and abuse of authority,
and were eroding civil rights.

In April 1989, the government issued a list of more than 80 books which
were prohibited from being imported. Four months later, the prime minister
suspended parliament to forestall a threatened no-confidence vote resulting
from what his critics called "an increasingly authoritarian style.". . .
El Salvador, 1980-92: El Salvador's dissidents tried to work within the
system. But with U.S. support, the government made that impossible, using
repeated electoral fraud and murdering hundreds of protesters and strikers.
In 1980, the dissidents took to the gun, and civil war. Officially, the U.S.
military presence in El Salvador was limited to an advisory capacity. In
actuality, military and CIA personnel played a more active role on a
continuous basis. About 20 Americans were killed or wounded in helicopter
and plane crashes while flying reconnaissance or other missions over combat
areas, and considerable evidence surfaced of a U.S. role in the ground
fighting as well. The war came to an official end in 1992; 75,000 civilian
deaths and the U.S. Treasury depleted by six billion dollars. Meaningful
social change has been largely thwarted. A handful of the wealthy still own
the country, the poor remain as ever, and dissidents still have to fear rightwing death squads.
Haiti, 1987-94: The U.S. supported the Duvalier family dictatorship for 30
years, and then opposed the reformist priest, Jean-Bertrand Aristide.
Meanwhile, the CIA was working intimately with death squads, torturers, and
drug traffickers. With this as background, the Clinton White House found
itself in the awkward position of having to pretend-because of all their
rhetoric about "democracy"-that they supported Aristide's return to power in
Haiti after he had been ousted in a 1991 military coup. After delaying his
return for more than two years, Washington finally had its military restore
Aristide to office, but only after obliging the priest to guarantee that he
would not help the poor at the expense of the rich, and that he would stick
closely to free-market economics. This meant that Haiti would continue to be
the assembly plant of the Western Hemisphere, with its workers receiving
literally starvation wages. . .
Note: To this list can be added Iraq 2003 to the present; Afghanistan 2003 to the present;
the Congo 1996 to the present; Somalia 1990 to the present; Libya 2011 to the present and
Mali 2012 to present.

Insert 1.22
Napoleon Bonaparte’s Secret Instructions to General Leclerc
Regarding French Policy Towards the Afrikans of the Ayitian
Revolution c. 6032-6044 KC [c. 1791-1803 CE]
From: Gustav Roloff, ‘Napoleon’s Secret Instructions to General Leclerc,’ Die Kolonialpolitik
Napoleons I (Munchen und Leipliz: Drud und Berlag von R. Oldenbourg, 1899) pp. 244-257.

CHAPTER 2
Instructions on foreign policy relating to the Americans and the neighboring
powers.
The Spaniards, the British and the Americans are equally worried to see a
Black Republic. The admiral and the major general will write memorandums
to the neighboring establishments in order to let them know the goal of the
government, the common advantage for the Europeans to destroy the black
rebellion and the hope to be seconded.
If one needs it, one must ask for some supplies in America, in the Spanish
islands or even in Jamaica. One must ask at Havana if one needs a thousand
or so men, in order to help to occupy the Spanish part of St. Domingue.
One must sequester for the benefit of the army, all the goods found in the
harbors, and which belong to the blacks, until one knows the conduct they
will display.
Declare the state of blockade of all the harbors where the rebels will be, and
confiscate all the vessels which will enter or go out.
Jefferson [President of the United States] has promised that as soon as the
French army would arrive, all dispositions will be taken in order to starve
Toussaint and to help the army.
CHAPTER 3
Instructions on Internal Policy relating to the Blacks and their Leader
The French nation will never give irons to men it had recognized as free.
Therefore all the blacks will live in St. Domingue as they are today in
Guadeloupe.

The conduct to be observed relating to the three periods of which it was
spoken above:
During the first period, one will disarm only the blacks who would be rebels.
During the third, one will disarm all the blacks.
During the first period one will not be exacting: one will negotiate with
Toussaint, one will promise everything he may ask for, in order to take
possession of the places and to get in the country.
When that first goal will be achieve, one will become more exacting. One will
intimate to him the order to categorically answer the proclamation and my
letter. One will enjoin him to come to the Cap.
In the interview which one can have with Moyse, Dessalines and the other
generals of Toussaint, one will treat them well.
Win over Christophe, Clairveaux, Maurepas, Felix, Romain, Jasmain etc. and
all the other blacks well disposed towards the whites. During the first period,
confirm them in their grades, and their employments. During the third
period, send all of them to France with their grades if they have well served
during the second.
All the principal agents of Toussaint, whites and colored men, must, during
the first period, be indistinctly heaped by kindness, confirmed in their
grades, and, during the last period, be all sent to France, with their grades,
if they had behaved during the second period, and be deported if they
misbehaved during that same period.
All the blacks who are in place must, during the first period be flattered, well
treated, but generally one should try to take out their popularity and their
power. Toussaint, Moyse and Dessalines must be well treated during the first
period and sent to France during the last period, arrested or with their
grades, depending on the behaviour they will display during the second.
Raymond has lost the trust of the government, one will seize him and one
will send him to France, at the beginning of the second period, as a criminal.
If the first period lasts 15 days, there will be no drawback. If it will last
longer, one would be duped.

Toussaint will be subdued only when he will come to the Cap or to Port au
Prince, amidst the French army, to pledge fidelity to the Republic. That day,
it is necessary, without any scandal, without any insult, but with honor and
consideration, to put him on board a frigate and send him to France. If
possible, arrest at the same time Moyse and Dessalines, or pursue them to
the bitter end and then, send to France all the white followers of Toussaint,
all the blacks having had positions and suspected of malevolence. Declare
Moyse and Dessalines traitors to the country and enemies of the French
people. The troops will take the field, and take no rest before getting their
heads and disperse and disarm all their partisans.
If after the first 15 or 20 days it is impossible to bring back Toussaint, it is
necessary, in a proclamation, to declare that if during so many days, he is
not coming to take the oath to the Republic, he is declared a traitor to the
country and, at the end of the delay, one will start war to the knife.
A few thousands blacks, wandering in the hillocks and looking for refuge in
these rustic lands, must not prevent the Major general from considering the
second period as ended and to arrive quickly to the third one. Then the
moment to assure forever the ownership of the Colony to France had
arrived. And the same day, one must on all points of the Colony, arrest all
the men in place who would be suspected, whatever their color be, and
embark at the same time all black generals whatever their manners, their
patriotism, and the services they had rendered, observing meanwhile to let
them go with their grades, and with the assurance that they will be well
treated in France.
All the whites who served under Toussaint, and who, in the scenes of St.
Domingue were covered with crimes, will be sent to Guyana.
All the blacks who behaved, but that their grades don't allow anymore to
remain on the island will be sent to Brest.
All the blacks or colored men who misbehaved, whatever their grades will be
will be sent to the Mediterranean sea and dropped in a harbor of the island
of Corsica.
If Toussaint, Dessalines or Moyse would be taken bearing arms, they will be
within 24 hours judged by a military commission and shot by a firing squad
as rebels.

Whatever would happen, one thinks that during the 3rd period, one must
disarm all the Negroes, whatever the party they will be, and to put them
back to cultivation.
All the individuals who signed the Constitution should, at the 3rd period, be
sent to France, some as prisoners, the others free as having been compelled
to do so.
The white women who prostituted themselves to the blacks, whatever their
rank will be, will be sent to Europe. The flags of the regiments of the
National guard will be taken away; new flags will be distributed and the
regiments will be reorganized. One will reorganize the “gendarmerie.” Do not
accept that any black, having had a grade above captain to remain in the
island.
The Ile de la Tortue, will be used as depot for the black prisoners. Some
warships or frigates can serve for the same purpose.

Insert 1.23
Free Trade and Free Market Myths
Then as now, the concepts of Free Trade and Free Market were used to mask
the imperialist aims of the Western Governments. The Japanese Sakoku
Policy restricted Western Companies access to the Japanese Market was an
impediment to Western global aims and thus was abolished militarily.
Today Western Governments follow much the same strategy. One need only
consider the U.S. embargo of Cuba, an act to punish Cuba for not creating a
‘Free Market Economy’ and following the principles of Free Trade, meaning
no protection of local Cuban business against subsidized Western
corporations.
As Noam Chomsky expresses the situation, “…the expected consequences of
the victory for "American [Western] values" at the WTO are:
(1) A "new tool" for far-reaching U.S. [European] intervention into the
internal affairs of others;
(2) The takeover of a crucial sector of foreign economies [Food Production,
Telecommunications, kwk.] by U.S.-based [and Western] corporations;
(3) Benefits for business sectors and the wealthy;
(4) Shifting of costs to the general population;
(5) New and potentially powerful weapons against the threat of democracy.”
Also the Western Governments use their created institutions of the
International Monetary Fund and the World Trade Organization to regulate
the countries of Afrika for instance.
First, Afrikan Neo-Colonial Governments enact a Structural Adjustment
Program. The Structural Adjustment Program centers on International
Monetary Fund conditionality which supposedly seeks to assist International
Monetary Fund members with their payment deficits, while promoting
financial prosperity in the international community.
Conditionality means there are conditions attached to loans provided by the
International Monetary Fund. To ensure financial prosperity [for the lending
countries] the International Monetary Fund must prevent member countries

in Afrika from practicing deflation and competitive depreciation of currency
and from creating trade restrictions. The lending policies of the
International Monetary Fund are jointly designed by the International
Monetary Fund and the World Bank.
The distinction between the two multilateral lending agencies is that the
International Monetary Fund is an Adjustment Agency that requires a
country to establish a Structural Adjustment or Stabilization Program. The
World Bank is supposedly a development agency that provides long-term
loans to a nation for internal project development. The loan is provided if
the project is determined by the World Bank as being financially sound.
The International Monetary Fund policy of conditionality seeks to satisfy two
financial situations and is of two distinctive types: low conditionality and
high conditionality. In low conditionality a country shows that it has a deficit
and is seeking to provide a solution to it. This type of conditionality is
normally not contested by the International Monetary Fund.
The countries, which receive low conditionality, are developed countries and
creditworthy developing countries. High conditionality occurs when a county
has a definite plan that is designed to solve its deficit problem and to which
it is dedicated to carrying through to fruition. This plan must be deemed by
the IMF as being capable in all of its aspects to solve the countries deficit
problem.
Developing countries, which are considered high credit risks generally, can
only receive this type of International Monetary Fund loan. The types of
deficit associated with International Monetary Fund conditionality are
temporary deficits and fundamental disequilibria deficits. The temporary
deficits are caused by changes in the cycle of trade terms or foreign
demand-the business cycle or fluctuations, resulting in either, a shortage or
surplus.
As they operate in a helical manner, a characteristic of their temporary
nature, they are generally financed. However, if the temporary deficit is
caused by surplus then the deficit should be adjusted through formulation of
a policy that will liquidate the surplus.
Financing of surplus is not, therefore, necessary to solve the deficit.
Fundamental disequilibria deficits continue throughout the changes in the
cycle of trade or foreign demand and with or without the existence of a

surplus The solution to this deficit is "...devaluation to improve
competitiveness, reinforced by demand restraint if needed to prevent the
emergence of excess demand, and accompanied by financing if a deficit
persisted during the period of adjustment".
The International Monetary Fund generally provides assistance to two groups
of countries. In the first group are those countries that are either developed
or are newly developing countries. These countries use the International
Monetary Fund low conditionality resources only in limited situations as they
have access to commercial bank resources.
In the second group are those developing countries that do not have access
to commercial bank resources. These countries need both International
Monetary Fund high conditionality and low conditionality loans; however,
they are generally only given consideration for the high conditionality loans,
which provide for less government independence and thus an infringement
on national sovereignty.
By way of a general example when an Afrikan Neo-Colonial Governments
enacts a Structural Adjustment Program, it will end all subsidization
programs, such as agricultural subsidization programs. Any state owned or
operated agricultural firms will be privatized or liquidated. With the removal
of agricultural subsidization programs the price of related agricultural
products such as fertilizer will increase precipitously. Agricultural production
and consumption decrease due to high prices.
Commercial Banks located in foreign countries or foreign Commercial Banks
which control local so-called independent banks will refuse to make loans to
local private companies. The government will also significantly reduce or
remove protective import tariffs, thereby, allowing foreign produced cheap
agricultural products to flood the Afrikan Neo-Colonial Market. Local
producers, who are unable to gain Commercial Bank loans and no longer
have the government subsidization program will now have to ‘compete’ with
foreign privately owned state subsidized agribusinesses.
See: John Williamson, The Lending Policies of the International Monetary Fund (Washington,
D.C.: Institute for International Economics, 1982); Michael Ainley, The General
Arrangements to Borrow, IMF Pamphlet Series, No. 41 (Washington, D.C.: IMF, 1984);
Noam Chomsky, “The Passion for Free Markets”, Z-Magazine, 1997.