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Why I stand for the United States of Afrika

Why I stand for the United States of Afrika 

Written by Noble Yabi

Afrikans, at home and in the Diasporas, need to fully comprehend the immensity of the task ahead if truthfully the objective of the wave of awakening movement spreading across the globe among Afrikans is to be unfettered from the Western White Oppression, Racism, and Supremacy.

The media want you to believe that there has been an increase in racism targeting Afrikans globally, but that’s not true. Afrikans have always been targeted everywhere, what is happening now is that these occurrences are getting videoed for all and sundry to see. The coverage of discrimination against Afrikans in China, for instance, shocked the world. Even Afrikans were shocked.

It’s rather stupefying that many Afrikans were oblivious to the fact that they are not prioritized anywhere outside of Afrika. In China, for example the racism towards Afrikans is in the open. It is easy to discern Afrikans are not well-received even when the Chinese government suggest the contrary. Opportunities for Afrikans are limited, blackness is perceived as a stigma and quite a large number of Chinese don’t hide their condescension for blackness and ‘Afrikanism’. Racism is huge in China even though they deny its existence, but I plead to differ from many who submit that the Chinese discrimination against Afrikans is deeper than that of the West or that the made-in -China racism is the most vicious or pugnacious simply because it is conspicuously mortifying.

The Western White Oppression, Racism, and Supremacy agenda is the principal threat facing Afrikans everywhere in the world. Their agenda is so coordinated that if we don’t act now the Afrikan race may be extinct in some parts of the world and none of our phony allies will come to our help. Don’t get me wrong, I maintain that the Chinese treatment of Afrikans in Guangzhou during Covid-19 is infuriating but still it may serve as an eye-opener not only for the Afrikan public but also the leaders all over the continent, that among many other challenges facing Afrikans one fact stands out – no place other than Afrika is home for Afrikans and no amount of houses or properties they own in Europe, Asia or Americas will ever make those places home.

The misinformation that only the white race has prejudices against Africans is costly but understandable. The maledictions and humiliations caused by the white race during slavery left Afrikans so broken that they could be tempted to see non-whites as allies or partners in the struggle against racism. In fact, there was a time that the Afrikans in American civil right pioneers befriended Chinese leader Mao against the norms of the day. People sometimes get along for having common enemies but that’s not to say they have common objectives or agenda. Afrikans want liberation and the Chinese want to be a power to be reckoned with. The two are held hostage by the same group of people – the western white power. We both have a lot in common in the struggle but that does not make us allies or friends.

We must deal as business partners not as allies. When the Chinese call us allies in the United Nations, it is always because they need our votes to achieve their many agendas one of which includes recognizing sovereignty of China over Taiwan or drag us to their side in one political vote or the other.

But it is not new for the oppressors to approach their victims under the disguise of friendship, religion, or development. Nobody leaves their home for an unknown land looking for allies. The Europeans and American imperialists who had/have significant presence in Afrika did/do so to colonize, rape, dehumanize, infiltrate, and steal one thing or the other from us – be it human or natural resources. To expect that a country will devote its time and resources to help develop Afrika as China claims is the singular most insulting economic slogan in our lifetime and for some Afrikans to truly believe this has to be the most naïve expectation of the century. No country, no people, no government, no NGO, no religion, no gods can safe Afrika.

The future of Afrika is in the hands of Afrikans. The drum of racism and hate against Afrika that beats loud and strong across the USA and Europe is sending us a clear message – it’s time to build our own continent and take it over. Our life in the US and in Europe is less valued than that of a dog – I mean literally not figuratively. When a white racist woman threatened to call cops on a Harvard graduate black man in New York Park simply because he advised her to put her dog on the leash, she premeditated his death. She knew from statistics that if the cops came, chances were that he would be shot on the spot for having an altercation with a white female American.

Afrikans must change their course of action- we must be prepared to return home. We must invest in all areas in Afrika. We must patronize Afrikan businesses. We must see ourselves as one. We must, as a matter of urgency comprehend that our survival is reliant on our unity. As hatred for the Afrikan race grows around the globe, it is now our duty and it should be our survival instinct to drop any animosities against one another and admit the reality that from the motherland down to the Caribbean, and from Europe to America, anywhere there are Afrikans motherland is the home.

The earnestness of one currency, one language, one government, one people cannot be deterred. It is now or never. That’s why I stand for the United States of Afrika. My name is Noble, and I am a proud son of Afrika.

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