This quote is an opportunity to ask yourself a number of questions:
- Are we really free?
Before answering this question, we must understand what we have called "missions civilizing ”. To leave one's country to civilize a population is a totally racist step. Why? Because that implies that you consider that your people are, and that you deny to another people, their capacity to build a civilization to apply yours to them.
This report forces the colonized to admire a culture to the detriment of his own and to believe that there is only one way to “civilization”.
Since 6 centuries, the tutelage has mutated: slavery, colonization, departmentalization, neo-colonization, globalism
What is needed is the end of the guardianship and not its transfer, so no, we are not free!
- Are we worthy ??
To answer this question, we must observe our different behaviors today:
Some are working to reconnect physically and spiritually with the culture of our ancestors in order to have an African paradigm: it is honorable.
Others will say that they are Belgian, French, Italian, English and will fight all their lives to be accepted by their former executioners. They are so bathed in a hostile environment that they will say that they no longer pay attention to racism, in other words: they Accepted the Unacceptable just as the slave accepted slavery as long as it was not whipped. As long as they can work, and buy Louis V and companies, they think they are free.
Where have today's Sékou Touré gone ???