THOSE WHO SEE SOMETHING OTHER THAN BEAUTY WHEN LOOKING AT AFRICA ARE TELLING US MORE ABOUT THEMSELVES THAN THEY ARE ABOUT AFRICA.
They are telling us how insecure they are. More so, they are separating themselves from the family which gave us bipedalism, language, thought and mathematics. Those people have divorced themselves from the Nok civilization. They want nothing to do with the world’s three oldest mathematical objects. When writing began not only were they not there but have no interest in how it developed in Africa. Pyramids have nothing to say to those people. If they knew what was good for them they would realize if time fears the pyramids, what must time think of Africa, which was here when the pyramids were built?
What really intimidates those who are unable to perceive beauty? MELANIN!!! As of this moment melanin the aromatic biopolymer and organic semiconductor which makes Africans at home and abroad capable of absorbing the Ultraviolet light that enters our atmosphere is presently worth over $350 a gram more than gold. Those who have little positive to project onto Africa in the form of their thoughts either do not have access to such data or are in denial about it. If the do not know melanin is worth more than gold what makes them believe they are qualified to speak on Africa? If they do know, apparently they are not able to factor into their thinking the ramifications for a future where every human on earth knows that fact.
If melanin challenged people who call themselves white could achieve all they have without a single quantifiable empirical phenomenon, nor a chemical nor a molecule nor any material substance upon which to base the idea they are white, imagine the future where Africans know melanin is worth more than gold.
It has been said before, no condition is permanent. We’ve also heard it said that past performance is no predictor of future results. Let the whole planet know not just that melanin is worth more than gold but that this was once planet melanin and the Africa you will see then will make the Africa of today not just a thing of the past, but a myth most will refuseto consider possible.