" The debate is open ! "
- We have forgotten the importance of our names because the first step towards disorientation was precisely to remove our names in order to rename ourselves.
- We have abandoned our cultural models of life. Then when we stopped speaking and stopped studying in our languages, we also stopped behaving the way the ancient African people behaved. And, ultimately, we unfortunately lost our way of doing things, adopting other people's ways of thinking rather than our own.
- If we currently no longer have an appetite for anything, it is because by losing the importance of our names and that of our own cultural heritage, we have adopted a false culture that others have imposed on us and that 'they now present us as ours. This is why today, many of our compatriots are unfortunately keen on the culture of others to the detriment of our own.
- We also experienced general memory loss. That is why few of us can tell the story of our people without starting it with the " maafa » (slavery) as if the maafa was the only thing that had happened to us in our long history.
- Based on the above, we started to create false memories for ourselves because, not only had we lost our true memory of the history of Africa as well as that of ancient Africans, but mostly because we now have d other memories brought by other peoples, which have totally taken us away from the truth.
- We lost our lands that others had stolen from us, which were renamed and then traced back as they pleased. This is what justifies that we have gradually lost the appetite for our own Mother Earth, but also for all the other territories that the former Africans in the diaspora once held as well as our ability to protect and defend our property.
- Because of this, we have lost our production capacity and our commercial cohesion interafrican. Hence, we have become thoughtless consumers rather than producers.
- Over time, we have lost control of ourselves. This is what justifies that today we have little or no control over our own educational process as well as that of our economic situation, communications and the way we practice politics.
- We have also lost the sensitivity as well as the ability to perceive when people do harmful things to us, so that we accept all kinds of violence against us, without any criticism or retort.
This is how the result of all these things have caused many to lose this solidarity which once made the strength as well as the power of our unity. And when we lost this foundation, we also lost our political advantage, our economic advantage, our mental orientation, our sense of integrity, of continuity to achieve this common goal which, today, we lack.