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Preservation of African Heritage

By Sicebise Msengana











Should Africans go back to the old ways in order to solve their problems? No. There are certain negative and outdated aspects in the African culture, like all cultures that need to updated in order to work for us in the 21th century. The world has changed. It’s time to catch up.

Love

By Sicebise Msengana












Love
Love anti-white rants
Love abusing and mistreating women
Love being a hate teacher and an advocate of violence and murderous acts
Love harassing little girls and boys
Love denying education, health care, housing and public funds on the basis of skin colour, religion, gender and origin
Love being a self-righteous hypocrite
Love cancer
Love oppression
Love unprotected sex
Love hate

Africans Must Unite Against Injustices

By Sicebise Msengana












As a direct descendant of the Xhosa Kingdom—the royal nation of Kings and Queens and Priesthood. We take pride in our history. There was a time when we made a public mockery of the most powerful military power in the world, the British Empire. We won victories and embarrassed them before the entire world. Our ancestors understood that the  object of war is to preserve oneself and destroy the enemy. The destruction of the enemy is the primary object of war and self-preservation the secondary, because only by destroying the enemy in large numbers can one effectively preserve oneself. What is more, our blood cousins, the Zulu Kingdom  completely

Africa Belongs to Africans, Period

By Sicebise Msengana












Cape Town, South Africa: Africa has some of the best beaches on the planet. No wonder non-Africans , especially white people are busy drawing up emotional arguments such as 'Everyone is African or 'Africa is the origin of humanity', in a political bid to loot and take ownership of Africa under the guise of 'Oneness.'

African men: Loving Your African Women is Revolutionary

By Sicebise Msengana












Every African is my blood brother whether they admit it. As an African brother,  I fully understand the things that my brothers go through. I have experienced the emotions. Many of my brothers were hurt by  their girlfriends, wives or mothers. And this experience scared them for life. As a result, some brothers choose to detach their emotional selves and only show up physically or worse, date, breed or share a bed with non-African woman.

African Fatherhood On The Brink of Destruction

By Sicebise Msengana














When an African man has fulfilled his duties as a man, he is treated as man and given special privileges reserved for manhood. The first duty of work is  protecting women and children at all costs, even if it means laying down your life. In traditional African societies, manhood was earned on merit, not demanded. So growing a long beard and sleeping around with light-skinned girls doesn’t count. An old African proverb says“Indoda intle ngenkomo zayo.“ Which meant a man was dignified and respected by his wealth. In order for a man to accumulate wealth he had to work hard to earn that wealth.

Two Ways Africans can Reduce the Spread of HIV/AIDS in Their Communities

By Sicebise Msengana








“ Africa and Africans has succeeded in destroying our culture and traditional by accepting the effect of colonialism on the strong foundation that once held our fathers together...I believe that there is a supreme being and that as long as you believe in him no matter your religious difference or mode of worship things will work out for you, I PRAY GOD HELP AFRICA IN BELIEVING IN THEMSELVES ONE DAY." --Leopard Akande

I think it would be best to preserve some traditional African systems such as African-centred marriage, between an African man and African woman and abstinence. Africans see marriage as a sacred institution to procreate and build a strong family.

Open Letter to the African woman

By Sicebise Msengana

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If there is a person that I respect in this world, it is an African woman. She is the reason for my existence. For nine months, she carried me in her womb. Between her thighs, she brought me into this world. I suckled her beasts for nourishment. Most people who have unrealistic expectations are more likely to expect a candlelight romance, ‘great’ sex and pampering from their partners. For most people when the relationship fails, they blame everyone except themselves, in the process, they don’t take responsibility for their actions and commit the same mistakes over and over again.  Loving is not an easy thing. Loving the African woman is demanding and a full time job.

Pound for Pound, An Eye for An Eye

By Sicebise Msengana






"Treat me as a human being or send me  to the cemetery"—Sicebise Msengana 

If society doesn’t recognise that certain people are human beings, then let’s disagree to agree. If we cannot solve contradictions in our society; the only solution is to fight until we come into a consensus where  human society advances to the point where myth of races is eliminated. There will be no more injustices. That will be an era of perpetual peace and co-existence between people of different ethnic groups.

Face Our Fears Boldly

By Sicebise Msengana






I always see the self-hating attitudes towards Africa as coping mechanisms against the 500 year-old racist anti-African propaganda. People whose ancestors suffered slavery and social degradation developed certain survival traits to cope with their surroundings. The invention of races was one of the darkest moments in human history , W. E. B. Du Bois  makes the following observation: “There came a new doctrine of universal labor: mankind were of two sorts—the superior and the inferior; the inferior toiled for the superior; and the superior were the real men, the inferior half men or less.”


Escapist avenues may offer psychological comfort for many who feel burdened with African phenotype. Many of our people claim all these fancy identities that seem to be non-African e.g. Egyptian, Ethiopian, Moorish, 'Black' Indians, Hebrew Israelites etc., except for African to compensate for inferiority complex. Some Negro pseudo-intellectuals have tried to promote some false information and hate speech especially the Hebrew Israelite movement. These bigoted individuals and hate institutions have yet to produce carefully gathered, cross-checked and tested scientific evidence for those dubious claims. It is true that Europeans (Whites) have lied about our history, talents and capabilities as a people. Even W. E. B. Du Bois said “A system at first conscious and then unconscious of lying about history and distorting it to the disadvantage of the Negroids became so widespread that the history of Africa ceased to be taught, the color of Memnon was forgotten, and every effort was made in archaeology, history, and biography, in biology, psychology, and sociology, to prove the all but universal assumption that the color line had a scientific basis... .” But far stretched theories with no scientific research and hard evidence are just human imagination intended to allay fears and lull to a sense of security, perhaps, through making non-falsifiable statements such as the “White man enslaved, and detached us from our original self” or “Caucasians hid everything about us.” One American Hebrew Israelite said “because initially even the Europeans slave traders distinguished us from the Africans as a completely different nation of people!” It is also a catch-22 situation, where Africans are held responsible and hated for “selling their own people” or for the transatlantic slave trade that actually never happened according to “Black” Indians—but also for failing to  reach out to our people in America (didn’t they just say they are not African, then why should we Africans concern ourselves with non-African affairs?). It seems that we just can't win.

The white-owned media houses such as CNN and National Geographic always show negative stereotypes of Africa, no wonder the Diaspora Africans hate Africa. The Motherland is a psychological badge of shame for many people of the African descent. Thus, they hate themselves. You can't love yourself without loving Africa. Africa is negatively portrayed as a dying continent, with AIDS-infected hungry little kids, wars, child soldiers, cannibals and Stone Age tribal societies consisting of naked men and women chasing zebras and lions. From these racist and paternalistic lens, it can be overwhelming for those whose racial identity is a simply a qualifier for incarceration, police brutality, economic exploitation and political victimisation.
Malcolm X talked about three ways to independent thinking and nation building:

1) Wake up. Africans have been asleep for more than 500 years, and are sleeping tight even after centuries of bondage—slavery, colonialism and apartheid.

2) Clean up. It is the duty of every African to rid him/herself of the garbage and lies spread by the white man and oneself; Agyei Tyehimba asserts “Ironically, the most vulnerable people often are the easiest to con, swindle, and deceive, because they are so desperate for answers, solutions and ultimately liberation. This leaves considerable room for attention-seekers and sensationalist types to emerge... .” We may have con-artists and impostors among ourselves who claim to represent the truth. Personally, I doubt any religious proselytisers and these “conscious” types. It is great that we don’t have “conscious” freaks in Africa lurking to rob people for their hard earned money, save for religious folks and institutions.

 3) Stand up.  Africans must fight for their HUMAN RIGHTS by what ever means necessary! In self-defense, the primary  goal  is to destroy the enemy, but at the same time, it is self-preservation, because if the enemy is not destroyed, you will be destroyed. In face value, the white power structure looks  terrifying, but in reality, they are not so powerful. The white AmeriKLAN cops that gun down innocent unarmed Africans in the streets of America, that Europeans in Africa that are keeping stolen lands and white racists that  directly or indirectly perpetuate the system through thoughts and actions are nothing but cowards.

Face Our Fears Boldly

By Sicebise Msengana






I always see the self-hating attitudes towards Africa as coping mechanisms against the 500 year-old racist anti-African propaganda. People whose ancestors suffered slavery and social degradation developed certain survival traits to cope with their surroundings. The invention of races was one of the darkest moments in human history , W. E. B. Du Bois  makes the following observation: “There came a new doctrine of universal labor: mankind were of two sorts—the superior and the inferior; the inferior toiled for the superior; and the superior were the real men, the inferior half men or less.”