Frantz Fanon for the 21st Century Volume 1 Frantz Fanon’s Discourse of Racism and Culture, the Negro and the Arab Deconstructed
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Frantz Fanon (1925-1961) in the 1950s unleashed his discourse of the black/white complex and the Negro thereby commencing his contribution to the international movement for liberation from colonial oppression and racism through a specific process of decolonisation. In the 21st century the intensifying wave of racist assaults on non-white peoples in the North Atlantic has once again raised the issue of racism, white people and the North Atlantic State. This book focuses on WE the non-whites in our complicity with North Atlantic white supremacy through a deconstruction of Fanon's discourse which presents a 21st century analysis of the 21st century non-white reality of our self-hate, self-immolation and racism against non-whites as ourselves and the beneficiary of this self-hate: white North Atlantic hegemony.