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What is Wrong with Black People? - How Post-slave Psychology and Afrocentricity are joining with Colonialism to undermine Black Africa's Cultural Integrity. By Joe Mintsa
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The mood in the world today is such that either you believe that Black people are natural slaves, or you believe that White people are evil by nature. In either case, you are in a stalemate: you... More > can't change "nature", can you? [...] Yet, not only is it very improbable for someone to turn up slave or evil just by nature; it is neither demonstrable that evil is conditioned by skin colour. The question, here, is: why should evil be White; and why should evil's target be Black? In other words, what is wrong with evil always tending to choose Black? In fact, the actual question is: what is wrong with Black people always tending to be evil's preferred targets? [...] This book simply personifies a totally different type of intuition, where the most unsuspected – yet, the most damning – causes of the suffering and the struggles of Africans in today's world are not only laid open with courage, but also resolved with vision. -- Free Preview on www.lulu.com/content/1470798 [Preview this book].< Less
What Is Wrong With Black People? By Joe Mintsa
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Because of our present level of intelligence and wisdom, we may have come to a point of human evolution where even slavery is now voluntary. Unfortunately, most people who choose to be slaves, even... More > so voluntarily, never seem to be fully aware of what they are getting into. As a result, we end up in a terrible stalemate — how do we “help” people out of a condition that they may have chosen voluntarily? And this is the most difficult part of this exercise: to create problems — to convince people that they need to solve problems when they themselves do not have the slightest suspicion that any such problems exist. After ten years of intensive thinking and searching, Joe Mintsa has finally completed his argumental jigsaw, where the most unsuspected – yet, the most damning – causes of the suffering of the people of Africa are not only disclosed with courage, but also resolved with vision, for a greater understanding of the true needs and aspirations of Africans in today’s world.< Less
The African History Book of All Times: The Ultimate Pitch of What is Wrong with Black People? By Joe Mintsa
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African History Books have been written and rewritten thousands of times. But what is bizarre about all these African History Books is that they are divided into three groups: one that deals with... More > Colonial History, one that deals with Mediterranean History, and one that deals with Pre-history. The first one tells us about the Europeans all over the African continent. The second one tells us about the Kemets, the Persians and the Greeks in North Africa. And the last one tells us about primitive Negroes who did not themselves have any idea of the notion of History; so someone else has had to write their History in their place. There is no wonder that Basil Davidson has had to come to the embittering conclusion that what is referred to as African History today is nothing but "African History Without Africans" (1999). This is the book in which the true face of what may be referred to as African History is shown in full beam to a world that has cessed to believe in it.< Less
The African History Book of all Times: The ultimate pitch of What is Wrong with Black People By Joe Mintsa
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African History Books have been written and rewritten thousands of times. But what is bizarre about all these African History Books is that they are divided into three groups: one that deals with... More > Colonial History, one that deals with Mediterranean History, and one that deals with Pre-history. The first one tells us about the Europeans all over the African continent. The second one tells us about the Kemets, the Persians and the Greeks in North Africa. And the last one tells us about primitive Negroes who did not themselves have any idea of the notion of History; so someone else has had to write their History in their place. There is no wonder that Basil Davidson has had to come to the embittering conclusion that what is referred to as African History today is nothing but “African History Without Africans” (1999). This is the book in which the true face of what may be referred to as African History is shown in full beam to a world that has cessed to believe in it. [View on www.lulu.com/content/4471308]< Less

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