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Let's Scare Africans to Death!

Fear of a Black Unification and Climate Migration: Understanding Pan-Africanism and White Resistance!

Why they want to keep the diaspora separated? How this affects global Climate migration.

Pan-Africanism can be said to have its origins in the struggles of the African people against enslavement and colonization and this struggle may be traced back to the first resistance on slave ships—rebellions and suicides—through the constant plantation and colonial uprisings and the "Back to Africa" movements of the 19th century. Based on the belief that unity is vital to economic, social, and political progress, it aims to "unify and uplift" people of African ancestry.

The USA and most of the Western world was vehemently against Black people returning to Africa despite the plethora of racist policies and social constructs they put in place to disenfranchise people of African descent from equal access to all human endeavors under the law. despite this they did not want them to return to their ancestral homelands and they were not strong enough to genocide them as they did the majority of the American Indian nations. As an outright race war would inform the global Black and Brown majority of their intent (It is important to note over half the Asian populations of the world are brown and highly melanated). Waking a sleeping giant that might unify 90 percent of the globe was not in the plan.

Pan-Africanism opposed several ideas, none more important than its opposition to outside influence on Africa, notably colonialism and economic exploitation. From the late 1800s to the mid-1900s, all of Africa (except for independent Ethiopia) was under the control of a foreign power. In the past the British Empire had succeeded in addicting half of China to opium and it was the Black Kung Fu Masters that instigated the Boxer rebellion. Or rebellion of Martial Artists against the foreign drug dealers, When the Royal family of China capitulated to English demands and withdrew military support from the rebels this fomented public resentment against the ruling class and was the root of what would become the growth of Communism in China.

Pan-Africanist intellectual, cultural, and political movements tend to view all Africans and descendants of Africans as belonging to a single "race" HUMAN or otherwise sharing cultural unity with roots in African ancient spirituality that was not based on gods but aspects of nature inherent in all life that must be supported. It was why Africans could travel the world for centuries before Europeans and be considered great teachers as they traded with honor and respect not aggression through threats of, murder, rape, torture and conquest! The opposers of Pan-Africanism accuse it of placing too much focus on unifying under what they call a superficial monolithic "African" , "black" or melanated identity while ignoring the complex ethno-religious differences and conflicts that exist among Africans. In short they don't want Africans to put aside differences the way Europeans did for their mutual gain but focus on their differences.

An example of how this strategy weakens a nation for foreign control can be found in Nigeria, where independence leaders were urged by former colonizers to abandon a national unity and keep the regions the Europeans had imposed during colonization even after independence in favor of promoting the interests of their own ethnic groups over the well being of the nation as a whole. This way the majority of the country would always remain in economic flux dependent upon the leadership and maintaining access for foreign powers to take advantage of their weakness. It was also noted by Europeans that the ideology of Pan-Africans relies on considering foreign control of internal policies as a "common foe" it paints the former colonizer as a thief and rejects the ides of any benefit from colonialism in order to maintain its relevance and legitimacy.

Pan-Africanism could still be heard in the United States at the turn of the 21st century, but by then the movement had generally come to stand for the unity of the countries on the African continent, especially sub-Saharan Africa. Historically, European powers developed a large scale, centralized bureaucratic apparatus and established new rules and laws to govern and partition their colonial territories. Thus, they established a much firmer control of geographical boundaries than had previously existed in the region.

They would often arm one area (usually the people who accepted their whitewashed version of a European appearing god) against another to keep infighting among the equally oppressed groups alive in order that they would see each other as the enemy. Even though historically countries like the USA wanted Black Labor they didn't want Black/African people in the society. The State of Mississippi even tried to send all the Blacks in Mississippi back to Africa! One hundred years ago, the Mississippi state Senate voted to evict the state’s Black residents — the majority of its total population — not just out of Mississippi, but out of the country.

The Senate voted 25 to 9 on Feb. 20, 1922, to ask the federal government to trade some of the World War I debts owed by European countries for a piece of colonial Africa — any part would do — where the government would then ship Mississippi’s Black residents, creating “a final home for the American negro.” the proposal came in the aftermath of World War I. The relatively late entry of the United States into the war and the devastation of the conflict left many of its European allies deep in debt to Washington. In all, European countries owed $10.35 billion, the equivalent of $174 billion today because America had invested in both sides so they wouldn't lose money no matter the outcome.

Thus was born the "Roaring Twenties." McCallum made clear that “the spirit of race consciousness” he cared about belonged to White people. The goal, he wrote, was “that our country may become one in blood as it is in spirit, and that the dream of our forefathers may be realized in the final colonization of the American Negro on his native soil.” The resolution does not specifically state whether the proposed mass migration would be voluntary. But its use of language like a “final settlement,” “the final colonization,” and the United States becoming “one in blood” makes clear the aim was total removal. The only problem was the African American was hardened by slavery and he knew the hearts and minds of the White American. As Sun Tzu wrote Know thy enemy as you know thyself and one not fear the outcome of a thousand battles!

Most Black leadership and publications were appalled at this suggestion. The one exception was Negro World, the national newspaper published by Marcus Garvey’s Universal Negro Improvement Association, which embraced the proposal. Garvey believed that members of the African diaspora would never be treated fairly in a White-controlled country and that the solution was a new African homeland. The resolution lost in the House 40-32. In understanding the white fear of Pan Africanism we must look at the period of Reconstruction in the USA after the Civil War. Most white people refused to accept Emancipation and Black citizenship even as Black communities grew thrived and in many instances eclipsed white communities in every way. They instead responded to Reconstruction’s progress by using force and terror to disenfranchise, marginalize, and traumatize Black communities while killing countless Black people. This terrorism occurred in communities that were separated from whites by law.

On July 30, 1866, at what is today the Roosevelt Hotel, New Orleans was hosting a convention of white men working to make sure Louisiana’s new constitution would guarantee Black voting rights. When local Black men staged a march to support the convention, the seething opposition erupted in violence as white police and mob members indiscriminately killed Black people in the area. “For several hours, the police and mob, in mutual and bloody emulation, continued the butchery in the hall and on the street, until nearly two hundred people were killed and wounded,” a Congressional committee formed to investigate the massacre concluded in 1867. “How many were killed will never be known. But we cannot doubt there were many more than set down in the official list in evidence.” W.E.B. Du Bois later observed. “Using a technique of mass and midnight murder, the South began widely organized aggression upon the Negroes.”

Whiteness and white racialized identity refer to the way that white people, their customs, culture, psychology and beliefs operate as the standard by which all other groups of are compared. Whiteness is also at the core of understanding race for white people in America who are on a fast track to minority status. Whiteness and the normalization of of the myth of a predominant white racial identity throughout America's history have created a culture where nonwhite persons are seen as inferior or abnormal. Yet the belief that Whiteness is the human norm is not only a tacit lie it borders on a psychotic delusion as 90 percent of humanity is non white. Even in 1937 when whites were at the height of their global numbers they were only 32 percent of the global population, currently they are at approximately 9.8 %.

A reduction over time in a region's population can be caused by sudden adverse events such as outbursts of infectious disease, famine, and war or by long-term trends, for example, sub-replacement fertility, persistently low birth rates, high mortality rates, and continued emigration. The cause in modern times cited most for the white decline as a phenotype is climate induced migrations, pollution, and high estrogens in the ecosystem from products created by the petro- pharmaceutical industry affecting male sperm viability and female pregnancy. Thus all European countries the USA, Australia, New Zealand, Israel, and Asian countries with low Eumelanin in the gene pool are below replacement level births.

"Some countries in Europe have had Black communities living there for more than a century (UK), some have a large and growing Black population from former colonies (France, Belgium). Some have had a very sudden influx of impoverished black migrants that started just 15 years or so ago (Italy, Greece), others have almost no Black people living there (Eastern Europe)

In some European countries, the Black population is very diverse in origin, ranging from Somalian, West Indian to Nigerian (UK), in some others most Black people originate from a single country (Congolese people in Belgium)."

For historical reasons and due to different patterns of immigration, in some countries, some Black communities tend to be more prosperous and educated than the average white communities (Nigerian people in the UK) , or less educated and more economically disadvantaged than the average whites ( people in the UK) Some countries have a twice larger Black population than others (France vs UK - 6% vs 3%) but might have on average a poorer, younger, disenfranchised and less educated Black population.

In some countries, Black people are in majority Muslim (France) , in others Christians are the majority (UK).Despite being rich in all natural resources, African nations refuse to educate their populations to build an infrastructure for themselves corrupt and cowardly rulers know an influx of those from the diaspora used to fighting and armed conflict with the oppressors would change that. Those Elderly (if not wise) hand picked puppet leaders are still the most prevalent obstacle to the development of most African countries. It is impossible to eradicate corruption from African countries unless they get rid of these traitors who put foreign interests ahead of their people for fear of assassination.. Only when they have leaders that are not old and frightened men willing to sell out their people can young African countries make progress.


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