Message to a Blackman in Africa

Message to a Blackman in Africa

Vukulu Sizwe Maphindani

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The second edition of the Message to a Blackman in Africa is an expansion of the first edition which was written three years ago. This is a doctrine of the African social insurgency; it defies conventional thinking with an open argument that prods the courageousness of an African mind that has suffered the injustices of colonial victimization, indoctrinations, dehumanization and a psychological low-class alienation because I believe that Africans; like all other races are psychologically adept and ideologically fit to play a major role in issues of human civilization like they did back then during the dark age and before colonialism with the introduction of the Tablet writing systems, Astrology, architecture, Mathematics, fishing, building structures, early scientific education, steel, Coins, letters, Jewelleries and many things that later attracted the western countries to tour into Africa for various reasons, which ended up with some western felons developing enough jealous, ferocity and hate to rape the continent Africa by colonizing it.

I personally believe that a human mind can achieve far greater things when working under no psychological custody. This book is very provocative since it follows the patterns of re-educating the mis-educated African mind. That journey of re-educating the mis-educated minds was started many years ago by the likes of Frederick Douglas, Carter G. Woodson, Marcus Garvey, Fratz Fanon, Kwame Nkrumah, Malcolm X, Steve Biko, Louis Farrakhan, Robert Sobukwe, Thomas Sankara, Patrice Lumumba, Dr Hendrick Clarke Dr Umar Johnson and many others whom have died in the course to re-educate Africans to honour, protect, love and uplift their own kind after having been indoctrinated for a long time and being taught to hate their own kind.

This message shall remain nothing new but rather a unique narrative in context and very thought provoking since the teachings of Pan Africanism and neo-black consciousness have always been disturbed by the international community (Some few European Countries and some few American countries) who has control of many African countries because they are scared of a joint Africa since Africans united will break their capital gains hence they undercut Black Consciousness as a hate and racist teaching while reality tells that any race that takes pride in their own kind reflect patriotism.
The truth is that the African race has suffered far too long and there is no way that that race trauma can be healed without mind doctors, social doctors, educational doctors, economic doctors, political doctors, scientific doctors, technological doctors and production doctors. So look at this book as a mind, psychological and social doctor and treat it as such. I am not teaching the hate of European or American races but I'm narrating this message to play part in the re-education of a Blackman into an African/Alkabulanian.

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