Philosophy

PLATO STUDENT OF EGYPTIAN MYSTERY SYSTEM.

PLATO, ANOTHER GREEK GRADUATE OF OUR ANCESTORS’ MYSTERY SYSTEM. (Adapted from Naiwu Osahon’s book: THE END OF KNOWLEDGE) By Naiwu Osahon …………………………………………….. Treat the documents we send you with respect because you need to arm yourself with the knowledge we provide. If you cannot read all of the document at once because of time constrains,… Continue reading PLATO STUDENT OF EGYPTIAN MYSTERY SYSTEM.

Africa, African Americans, History

Why we hate ourselves: Willie Lynch Syndrome.

"I have no desire to take all black people back to Africa; there are blacks who are no good here and will likewise be no good there." Marcus Garvey In the previous blog posted on this blog page, I posted the book "Black Skin White Mask" as the book of the month largely because it… Continue reading Why we hate ourselves: Willie Lynch Syndrome.

Philosophy

Book of the Month: Black Skin White Mask.

Book of the Month: Black Skin White Mask. INTRODUCTION  I am talking of millions of men who have been skillfully injected with fear, inferiority complexes, trepidation, servility, despair, abasement. —Aimé Césaire, Discours sur le Colonialisme   The explosion will not happen today. It is too soon . . . or toolate. I do not come… Continue reading Book of the Month: Black Skin White Mask.

Africa, African Americans, Identity

Misconception of African American History.

“Until Lions tell their tales, the story of hunt will always glorify the hunters.” History is written by the conqueror they say. There are some certain myths surrounding the abolition of slavery in America which we must shatter as a matter of necessity (by bringing to open and placing events in their factual and chronological… Continue reading Misconception of African American History.

Africa, Culture

Ngugi wa Thiong’o: The Language of African Literature ~

Ngugi wa Thiong’o: The Language of African Literature ~ The following is mainly based on the first chapter of Ngugi’s “Decolonising the Mind: The Politics of Language in African Literature” (1986): Ngugi wa Thiong’o, a Kenyan writer, says that African writers should write in their mother tongues, not in the old colonial languages of English, French and… Continue reading Ngugi wa Thiong’o: The Language of African Literature ~