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Showing posts with label African history. Show all posts
Showing posts with label African history. Show all posts

Where Was God During Slavery

By Sicebise Msengana











The same place he was when he drowned millions of men, women and children with a globe flood in Noah's days. The same place he was when he punished the entire human race because of the actions of two sinful individuals -- Adam and Eve.

African Manhood Part III: Xhosa Men

By Sicebise Msengana










Sacrifice is part of Afrikan manhood. We sacrifice ourselves for those we love.  Afrikan men practice love to Afrikan women by supporting Black families and providing leadership.

African Wealth: Afrika's Billionaires

By Sicebise Msengana








Despite centuries-old legacies of slavery, colonialism and apartheid; Africa continues to be the fastest growing powerhouse in the world. Indeed, Africa is the land of opportunities when it comes to wealth creation.

White Scams Part IV: White Women are Culture Vampires

By Sicebise Msengana










Before we discuss this further, I noticed something very interesting. White females no matter how much they claim to "love" Afrikan male, they will never support his agenda whereas the Afrikan woman is very loyal to her man.

White Scams Part III: The White Man is the Psychological Father of The Black Man

By Sicebise Msengana









The White man is the psychological father of the Black man. He DEGRADES him, OPPRESSES him, KILLS him and RIDICULES him before the entire world.

He stole his territory (i.e. Africa) and EXPLOITED his manhood and continues to profit from the DEATH and DESTRUCTION of his psychological, son -- the African man. 

White Scams Part I: Racist White Women Be Like

By Sicebise Msengana                                                            


I've always believed in a ''race-less society,'' even my earlier posts on this matter reveal this fact. But my gut has always bothered me lately that I decided to check the claims made by various African scholars in Africa and America. And I was a bit shocked by what I saw and read.

As I read more and more on these topics, it dawned on me that the system works in different to deceive, control and co-opt its constituencies.

I'm 100% Xhosa and San-and Proud of it

By Sicebise Msengana










I'm 100% Afrikan. So no cave DNA for me and my people --Xhosa and San. Scientists believe that Bantu peoples migrated from West Africa 5000 years ago and arrived in Southern Africa more than 2000 years ago.

African Erotica: Chocolate Fantasy

By Sicebise Msengana










ROMANCE in the African context is one that is ignored by various scholars and researchers. But Africans have been falling in love for thousands of years. Love-making was and still is essential to the survival of our race. Our ancestors in ancient Egypt and Nubia, had been the creators and mothers of African civilisations and it was vital for them to know about this knowledge.

Types of African women

By Sicebise Msengana











AFRICAN PEOPLE’S LIBERATION ARMY: This army is powerful because all its women want to DESTROY the enemy’s strength and win social and REVOLUTIONARY POLITICAL POWER for the African people.

A 4 Step Guide to Africa: Africans according to Whites and Asians

By Sicebise Msengana











#1 RACIAL THEORY: “We hate Africans because they are an inferior race."

“Whether we like it or not, Africans are lazy, stupid and inherently violent animals destined for perpetual slavery... .”—said white supremacists and Asian racists.

How to Start a Religion in 12 Easy Ways

By Sicebise Msengana








Are you constantly stressed out and broke as an African? Do you want to enjoy life and take full advantage of opportunities? Do you wish to have an intimate relationship with your loved ones or spouse or partner?
In fact, it’s simple, and any African can do it. I have an idea of starting a religio-political cult. You can follow along at home.

African Manhood pt2

By Sicebise Msengana











African manhood: The family unit is ESSENTIAL to the black man’s DIGNITY. African men rarely talk about 'women’s weaves' and this and that, what dresses 'SHOULD Black women wear' and this and that etc.

Instead, we look at it as a way for black women to SURVIVE in a white supremacist society that is hostile to all black people—including those black folks who wear locks or wear their hair in its natural form.

Summer Reading List 2016

By Sicebise Msengana


















It’s that time of the year when I get to read books until 3 a.m. The objective of preserving oneself and disintegrating enemy troops is the basis of military, economic, social, cultural and political principles.

Revolution in Africa

By Sicebise Msengana








If you believe in Gandhian nonviolent fantasies or Dr. King’s warm message of ‘loving your enemies’, please ignore this. Nobody should teach Africans to suffer peaceful or make themselves martyrs in the name of nonviolence.  When it is far better to make martyrs of police states, police barbarians, colonial terrorists, mass murderers, enslavers, and war criminals.

Nonviolence is Dangerous

By Sicebise Msengana









Behold the sacred kings of nonviolence: Let’s from our ancestors’ mistakes. Dr. King is still my hero. Martin Luther King Jr.’s misguided rhetoric to the African American community and America in general as described by Mumia Abu-Jamal ‘Dr. King’s message of Christian forbearance and turn-the-other cheek doctrine was calming to the white psyche. To Americans bred for comfort, Dr. King was,  above all, safe.’

African Nationalism 4-4-2 Battle Strategy

By Sicebise Msengana








This year I’m a happy man, football wise. Real Madrid has just been crowned the UEFA champions, Manchester City is doing well and Mamelodi Sundowns are the CAF champions. But these victories didn’t come without putting any effort. All the soccer players had to put extra time for gruelling training: Fight, fail,

The Final Wake Up Call: Africans, You Are On Your Own Pt2

By Sicebise Msengana













Although Tunde Obadina’s tone absolves the perpetrators, he writes:
‘The triangular slave trade was a major part in the early stages of the emergence of the international market. The role of slave-trading African ruling classes in this market is not radically different from the position of the African elite in today's global economy. They both traded the resources of their people for their own gratification and prosperity.’


Behind oppressed black people; there are white people. So Africans must be careful with being the scapegoat  to take the blame for the problems created by the white supremacy system. While all the American/European colonial powers refused to take responsibility for their genocidal actions and got away scot free – yet again – ‘Blaming the victim’ is now the focus of everyone’s attention and is all out for the public to see.

But this time we are going to look at the continued submission of Africans to the system that oppresses them. The demise of Africa is hugely tied to the Uncle Tom leadership that have been trained by the Europeans in white institutions and then s(e)lected for our people by these same whites as "spokesmen" for our people.

There’s an old proverb that says: you can feed a hen, but you can’t make it fat. OK, that’s not a proverb, and it’s not popular.  The point is that you can’t force anyone to do anything. If  African people refuse to shoulder some of the burdens and decide that nothing is never their fault. Then learned helplessness allows Africans to become emotional vampires who complain about never-ending array of injustices that come their way.

What about the numerous  times Africans refuse to come together and collectively, work to solve their problems? What about the times Africans will kill each other, e.g. xenophobic attacks on the  so-called foreign nationals in South Africa? Africans will forgive White people, Asians (i.e. Arabs, Jews, Indians etc.) and everyone else. But they can’t forgive themselves. African-Americans forgave white slave-traders, but can’t forgive their African brothers and sisters. African South Africans forgave apartheid war criminals, but can’t live in peace with other Africans. To them, if you’re black, not native to South Africa and therefore, ‘you’re a foreigner. Die!’

So mentally enslaved, Africans rather love everyone except themselves. Sometimes I look at my blood relatives in South Africa who identify with their oppressors and think to myself, ‘Africans are long-suffering that our need to belong cripples our common sense to the extent that Africans are willing to participate in self-inflicted destructive behaviours (the urge to embrace others, even if they don’t embrace Africans), that are not in the interests of the African people.’
Imagine if we Africans could redirect those emphatic, warm feelings towards ourselves. How better off we could be.
 Africans collectively refuse to listen to Dr. John Clarke’s words ‘You have no friends.’ What will it take for Africans to wake up and see the writing on the wall? It is a dog-eat-dog world. Nobody cares for Africans. From China to India, ‘Africans are collateral assests for the entire world.’

Africa has been invaded for  over 3000 years, and we have no learnt nothing from it. Non-Africans were able to communicate and act upon those racial stereotypes such as African sub-humanity based on  centuries of scientific racism.

Why do Africans keep appealing to the compassion of people who clearly don’t care? Why keep begging the system of exploitation to give you back your lands or integrate yourself into it? That’s ignorance. Because any genocidal law (and racial slurs) that threatens the livelihoods of Africans, deserves to be broken or disobeyed. There’s  no law in this universe that says ‘Africans are inferior’, instead we have a bunch of genocidal legislations and negative racial attitudes that were artificially created by war criminals, child rapists and race thugs.

These are just nothing but symptoms of being a naive, immature and a political gullible people. White people and Asians oppress you for over 3000 years, and you don’t catch up. What do you call that? Intelligence or ignorance? The latter option perfectly describe Africans not unless they change and experience an epiphany (a total change of heart).

Land reform is a priority for Africans. Before we begin talking about ‘saving Africa’, let’s talk about the land in foreign invaders’ hands.

Africans must save themselves and stop asking Non-Africans, if they feel bad about Africa belonging to Africans. White people and other Non-Africans are well aware that Africa isn’t their homeland. They know they don’t belong here. But it’s Africans who have illusions about their identity and ancestral lands.

The solutions to African problems must come from nobody but Africans themselves. Take what you can and let everyone else jump off a cliff. Take what you know belongs to you. Stop debating whether Africa belongs to Africans or not.  There’s no debate. Stop seeking Non-African validation program  such as ‘Black Lives Matter’ because convincing Whites, Arabs, Indians, Chinese and many other Non-Africans that Africans are not inferior is a waste of time and energy.


The Final Wake Up Call: Africans, You Are On Your Own Pt2

By Sicebise Msengana













Although Tunde Obadina’s tone absolves the perpetrators, he writes:
‘The triangular slave trade was a major part in the early stages of the emergence of the international market. The role of slave-trading African ruling classes in this market is not radically different from the position of the African elite in today's global economy. They both traded the resources of their people for their own gratification and prosperity.’

The Final Wake Up Call: Africans, you Are On Your Own Pt 1

By Sicebise Msengana









Let’s correct these racist assumptions made by white people, including Uncle Toms.  African(Blacks) people aren’t oppressed because they are ‘inferior’ or something.
They are oppressed because they have not yet decided to be free and extract themselves from the shackles, and a cruel, evil system ever imposed on a group of people for over 500

The African man is The Only Teacher of the African child

By Sicebise Msengana











African manhood: White men and other non-black men (e.g. Arabs, Indians, Chinese etc.), cannot truly empower the black woman and her offspring—in the ECONOMIC, POLITICAL, SOCIAL, AND PSYCHOLOGICAL survival.

It takes an African man to teach the black child about black consciousness and how to be a black man/woman in this society.

~The African Love Movement~