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The inferiority complex is the true face of Black / African misery ... True or False?
- At school, the American learns its history, it has references, it learns that it is the best, it learns that its freedom is the fruit of the sacrifice of its ancestors. Mentally, he becomes very strong and ready to conquer the world.
- At school, French learns that his freedom is the result of the conquests carried out by his ancestors around the world. The defeats of his ancestors are skillfully valued. He also learns, through racist texts and works (officially qualified as humor), that negroes are savages, cannibals, people. Devoid of reasons and that they finally deserved to be exploited and that these negroes of which the Africans are their properties.
Finally, he becomes strong, learns to trust him and ready to perpetuate the work of his ancestors. (domination)
- At school, the African learns that his ancestors exchanged their brothers for tobacco, junk, mirrors, alcohol. He learns that his colonized ancestors went to liberate their colonizers without freeing themselves. He also learns that all his ancestors, who wanted to resist, were eventually killed. He is advised to let himself be sodomized by pedophile missionaries lacking a strong sensation who are presented as the sole representatives of Yahweh.
- When I was at Cm2 I was told that my ancestors lived in caves before the arrival of Europeans and that my country became independent in 1960, but everyday reality shows me that my country is still under monetary, cultural and psychological domination.
- Otherwise the works of my ancestors are ignored, but stolen and exhibited in museums in the West and until today teachers continue to teach the same history of the settler to my little brothers, who in turn study it with love.
And finally, the little African lobotomized is unable to process the coffee or cocoa produced at home and that they come back to sell them 1000 times the bargain price.
The Negro spends all his time à 'S'self-flageler So much he sees himself inferior and undesirable by questioning the color of his own skin because of his inferiority complex, denying the culture of his country, fighting his brothers and sisters in politics as enemies and is therefore obliged to believe naively that he can only find salvation by adopting imported religions to the detriment of his own.
He no longer sees the obvious, his gaze is oriented, he adulates, exalts and exults his executioners, ends up falling in love with them, and kills himself to join their countries, adopts their way of life, speaks the languages of his oppressors and even boast that he has a better command of the settler's language, dresses like them.
Sheikh Tapir Diop will say that: “The Negro will sing, dance, cry, be happy for the system that oppresses him; that's what it means to be a good Negro »Understanding the origin of chao Black / African !
By, Allen Zafra Free thinker