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Infiltration Through DNA

 

 

 

 

Infiltration Through DNA[
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Mutope Duguma

 

© Mutope Duguma, 2017

Read more by Mutope on: MutopeDuguma.org

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1. Introduction

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4. Definitions

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Introduction[
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This analysis is based purely on the personal view and perspective of this writer. With that said, it is encouraged that all readers use critical thinking when analyzing these words and to also do your own research for any further facts where there lies any doubt or question. As the subject matter may seem insensitive to some it is therefore crucial to use your objective mind, especially since we live in a racially polarized country/world, where racism, race prejudices, racial discrimination, racial segregation, etc. are all the norm.

 

The author’s intention is to help educate about, as well as dispel the institutionalized racist propaganda and treatment of billions of human beings who have been marginalized in this country and world, where they suffer from an inferiority complex based on a systematic indoctrination of race inferiority, under colonialism. Identifying racial hatred that is manufactured under the ideology and system(s) of white supremacy, white power and institutionalized racism, whereas all races are cultivated under this race-based hatred, which is responsible for the racial tension and oppression(s) throughout this country and world.

 

In the ‘USA’, institutionalized racism has been systematically practiced since the country’s inception. This is done through many of its institutions such as: governments, military industrial complex, prison industrial complex, media, and educational, political, social, cultural, economic and religious institutions, as well as agriculture (food and medicine), horticulture (medicine), history (heritage and legacy), judicial system (justice department), science (knowledge-growth and development), etc. These institutions have discriminated against all non-white human beings, which culminated into the racial oppression we see today of people of color, that is inherently carried out by a system consciously and unconsciously, that subconsciously effects everyone in it. A system controlled by human beings who control the wealth of this nation and world.

 

The title “Infiltration through DNA” was chosen because of the historical dynamics and contradictions that surround the human race under colonialism throughout this nation and world, under the “one percenters” (1%), “nine percenters” (9%) and white power structure. Whereas, the coalescing of white countries around the world assembling their imperialist military powers under the belief in the concept of “might is right” affords them the right to conquer and pillage other people and their lands all over the world.

 

It is here where the system(s) of oppression(s) would be implemented, i.e. Capitalism, colonialism, neo-colonialism, slavery, feudalism, fascism, racism, classism, etc., all under the ideology of white supremacy. White supremacy establishes humans under two new concepts:

1. Superiority complex, and

2. Inferiority complex, both based on one’s “race”.

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Infiltration Through DNA

 

For thousands of years, man has been his own worst enemy and this is clear from the present state that exists throughout the world today, one that includes genocides, wars, global warming, starvation, human trafficking, mass imprisonment, biological and chemical warfare, mass animal imprisonment, weapons of mass destruction (nuclear bombs, drones, etc.), militarized police departments, monopolized corporate control of the world’s food, water, and resources, etc. – all of which is protected by the military industrial complex. Man is responsible for all these horrific acts therefore, in order to understand how humans get to such an oppressive/repressive state, we must examine “Infiltration through DNA” – the history of how rape was and is used as a weapon.

 

Throughout human’s history, we have naturally worked towards our own interest and this is a natural phenomenon and progression inside the psyches of human beings. Unfortunately, this phenomenon can be very dangerous and a detriment to all or most humans, when they are not grounded in an ideology that encourages love and respect (i.e. growth and development) for all of humanity.

 

All throughout history humans have allowed greed to lead the way. This progression and practice has led man to build massive armies and war machines in order to pursue the world’s riches, no matter the cost of human lives. Man will not be denied these riches and this exists in the microcosm – and macrocosm – in societies throughout the world. For example, the microcosm for me is how, in many inner cities, ghettos, urban areas, trailer parks, barrios, all subcultures, inside nations, etc. we see the mimicking of the system where the very oppressed people exploit one another for a profit – on a very small scale, compared to the macrocosm/larger context of exploitation. This macrocosm/larger context is carried out in a more systemic way against all humans. Under the macrocosm, the larger system of exploitation will slaughter billions of human beings if they are in the way of the accumulation of the world’s wealth. We see this today, with the billions of humans who have been neutralized or eliminated. This is not an easy task so one would have to develop an ideology that indoctrinates a people under a system clothed in racial hatred. Only under such a system of hatred could there be a justification for mass-murder. However, this will only appease the human psyche for so long, so to continue the mass killing of human beings for profit, it must be “masked” even further. One of the number one genocidal practices, outside of mass-murder, is rape. By creating and implementing scientific racism through colonialism, which rapes other races (i.e. human beings) of their ideologies/identities (i.e. Color), knowledge, name, language, socio-cultural-politics, military, history, and most of all their offspring, a people is set on a genocidal course. The indigenous native people of these lands are lost among the new creation due to the colonizing of the descendants of the indigenous (i.e. Original) people of these lands, who learn to embrace menticide and despise themselves as a result of the raping of one’s people and nation, under colonialism.

 

Menticide: “The systemic effort to undermine and destroy a person’s values and beliefs, as by the use of prolonged interrogation, drugs, torture, etc. and to induce radically different ideas” – Random House Dictionary

 

Example: when Europeans conquered Afrika (see colonial chart), the number one brutal act they carried out was the raping of native women of Afrika and out of these rapes, a new people was produced.

 

The Portuguese, British, French, German, Spanish, Italian, and Belgians had divided up the whole continent of Afrika (read Daniel Fogel: “Afrika in Struggle”), which Europeans would control/colonize for centuries in some countries. The “offspring” of these rapes would take on a whole new identity, as we would see in Egypt, Tunisia, Algeria, North Sudan, Libya, Morocco, Mauritania, Mauritius, Madagascar, Eritrea, South Afrika, etc. Europeans didn’t just stop in Afrika, either, they would conquer and colonize most of the world, especially the people of hues! (See colonial chart). In Asia, South Amerika, North Amerika, Australia, etc. Every conquest set out to wipe out the indigenous native people while creating a new offspring among the natives of these conquered lands/nations.

From 1619 until 1865, chattel slavery in the U.S. included the use of the weapon of rape in order to produce a new offspring among Afrikans who were enslaved on plantations. Even though the offspring had the rapist’s blood in them, which meant they would be favored, they were still enslaved equally for exploitation. Their favoritism would only be over the Afrikan enslaved people, or their mother’s side of the family. This occurred in many Black and Brown societies all over the world. I should mention that the colonizers did not see any difference in Black and Brown. Brown was Black and Black was Brown; they have always seen this in a “black and white” context, which is how I will speak to it. Black Asia, Black India, Black Australia, Black South Amerika, Black Middle East, Black North Amerika, etc. were all targeted by Europeans where they established these new offspring, that would either murder off these Black societies or subjugate them into caste systems in their own native lands or in foreign lands. An example of this is the Afrikan diaspora and the New Afrikans in the U.S. The offspring of those conquered would become the new face of these nations. We can clearly point to this now as we know that under a system of colonialism our colonizers have been able to produce a whole new nation of people.

 

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p<>{color:#000;}. New Afrikans: descendants of Afrikan people who were enslaved and raped for centuries by Europeans and white Amerikans, held on slave plantations, and who were colonized as a domestic, colonized nation on slave plantations. New Afrikans, a new people, are a direct result of what colonialism does to a people.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Arabs: descendants of people of Afrikan, Asian and Indian descent, who were colonized by Europeans and raped for centuries, producing a new people. Arabs are a direct result of what colonialism does to a people.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Mexicans: descendants of Indigenous native Indians, who were colonized by Europeans and systematically raped for centuries, producing a new people. Mexicans are a direct result of what colonialism does to a people.

 

Infiltration through DNA is where rape was/is used as a weapon to specifically impregnate women in order to change the course of the natural order of that people. By establishing these new offspring, the colonizer of these people and nations were able to create a new contradiction, a ‘caste system’ of sorts, based on the differences in skin complexions, under the power of white supremacy. White supremacy dictated the rejection of darker of skin humans, relegating them to a marginalized state of existence throughout the world, as well as demonizing them based on their complexion. This is the cause of the correlation between the darkness of someone’s skin and their suffering. This is not by accident or misfortune, because we can go from nation to nation and we can see the same institutionalized race-based practices being carried out, under neo-colonialism. Even when we are still under our colonizer’s power, we are forced to be subjected to this race-based institutionalized practice where it favors, for example in the united states, the promotion of light skinned New Afrikans over the dark skinned New Afrikans. This is the same case and practice for any other nationality throughout the world and this is simply white supremacy using brainwashing techniques in order to indoctrinate people to a ‘color-struck’ society that has people questioning their natural beauty based on some fictitious ideal as to what is beautiful that is often depicted in society, based on one’s skin color, eyes, hair, etc.

 

Now, it’s important to know that people in most cases have ‘no clue’ that a lot of these race-based institutionalized practices are being carried out or engineered by the system of white supremacy. White supremacy and the system of institutionalized racism attempts to use people’s differences to divide them and have been very effective in carrying out these divisive attacks against all humans. We can see the psychological effect it has on the people, in respect to how races or social groups reject one another, how groups view beauty, how they pick their offspring, etc. based on race. We are seeing the psychological trauma and damage that the system of white supremacy is imposing on the people, through people’s behaviors such as using skin bleaching products, surgical mutilation, fixating on their beauty/bodies/faces beyond normalcy.

 

Most of all, we see the self-hatred that people suffer from and it doesn’t have to be something they consciously embrace (see the chapter Identity Crisis, manufactured by colonialism). In each of these colonized societies/nations, there is a consistent practice of fratricide (i.e. the killing of one’s own brother and people), because one’s subconscious mind is always downloading that which you see and hear daily. If you are adhering to a system that rejects you inside of that society, then you will begin to internalize that rejection and those who are unconscious of this internalization will likely also carry it out in practice. Those who are conscious of it will do all in their power to resist the system. White supremacy uses its dominant culture to promote the system of white supremacy’s superiority through its many institutions, especially through its massive media networks such as television, movies, plays, sports, documentaries, news, music, industry, etc. White supremacy culture routinely carries out the dehumanizing, devaluing, degrading, and demeaning of all non-white people, especially of Afrikan descent (see Identity Crisis, Stereotypes), which is embedded in every institutional function systematically that is designed to destroy a people psychologically, physically, spiritually, and financially.

 

In the following two examples, it is important to note that these two New Afrikans were equally loved: Michael Jackson and Malcolm X. This is not about hating on Michael Jackson, but about showing the psychological effects that the system of white supremacy has on these two prolific figures of our time, who were equally effected and suffered psychological trauma and damage as a direct result of white supremacy.

 

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p<>{color:#000;}. Michael Jackson: Here you have a man who wanted money, fame and power. Yet he knew he could easily get the money and fame based on his talents alone, but he knew under the system of white supremacy, power is clothed (based on his perception of the world), in whiteness. He clearly understood this, the man traveled the world ten times over. You heard and hear many speak about the skin disease but the assessment should be based on his actions, where the psychological trauma and damage is clear, and contradicts what he says. For instance, he surgically reduced his broad African nose and lips and he straightened his strong, course, wooly textured hair. He bleached his beautiful black skin. He defied his own family – mother, father and siblings – as his true supporters and confidants and allowed others to be in such roles. He only felt the need to be apart of his family and larger extended New Afrikan community when he was under attack by the white power brokers of the music business. The system of white supremacy had clothed Michael Jackson and he in return embraced every aspect of it. Yet when he attempted to retain real power under that power structure (i.e. the music industry) by buying up very valuable catalogues of the rights to other’s music, he was rejected. It didn’t matter that he had denounced everything about who he was; his contradiction was that he dare attempt to be one of us, with power.

 

 

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p<>{color:#000;}. Malcolm X: The system of white supremacy would have just the opposite effect on Malcolm X. He would see the likes of state and federal terror, carried out against his family by a racist terrorist organization known as the KKK or Klu Klux Klan. He would reject this system based on the terror that he and his family would be subjected to, which included the murder of his father, an incident that also drove his mother insane. This would naturally have Malcolm X rebel against the system that basically destroyed his whole family. He would first live his life as a rebellion initially but as someone who resisted state repression, he would reach a point in his life that would be about the uplifting of a broken people, no matter where they exist in oppression. This was only due to his political and ideological development, which empowered him to understand how to resist against such a powerful system. Malcolm X represented many New Afrikans’ experiences in his life story.

 

What was it that made these two men have two different outlooks when it came to their lives, in association with the system of white supremacy? Their experiences! Yet they both suffered from psychological trauma and damage under the system of white supremacy.

 

Colonialism has many different facets to it, in respects to colonizing. It is not just limited to human beings – we know, based on what we are seeing happening with animals, plants, food, and all organisms, that all living things are being colonized. Some may argue that in certain cases this is for the greater good of humanity but when we actually look closer at what colonialism does to a people and other life forms then we can clearly see the natural order of life being compromised. We see animals being taken out of their natural habitat where they are domestically colonized and exploited in zoos all over the world. And we have seen many instances where these animals have been imbred with other animal species outside their group, for instance, lions and tigers have been imbred.

 

We see the natural process for domestically growing food being changed under domestic colonizing of our food, where GMO (genetically modified organism) foods are being produced, hormones and steroids are being used and seeds are being colonized. This all off-sets the natural producing of our food.

 

We can see the same practices with these animals and plants as we have seen with the colonizing of humans – inbreeding them, subjecting them to all kinds of sick, horrible experiments to which many have succumbed and died horrible deaths, and compromising their natural order.

 

We have to understand the historical and present contradiction in respects to colonialism because colonialism continues to compromise us all as a people, no matter what race we are. Colonialism’s whole objective is to destroy the natural order of all life forms, especially humans. This “God complex” places humans on an unnatural course. Colonialism is about ideologies (i.e. belief systems) of a people/nation, which is why the colonialist/imperialist destroys a peoples’ whole identity during the process of colonizing them, in order to destroy their own ideology. What is ideology? Read “Understanding Ideology”. Ideology is the very principles of a people to which they socially, culturally, economically, politically and militarily establish themselves under a system of beliefs of their choice. The colonialist/imperialist powers lie in placing everyone under its belief systems or ideology, regardless of whether its diametrically opposed to those peoples’ original ideologies or not! Rape is a major component in achieving this objective. No people or nation will survive without an ideology that serves its own interest, which is why non-white humans who are colonized under the system of white supremacy live powerless lives under such a system. What we have to understand is that the system of white supremacy serves the interests of whites, even though it exploits everyone under its economic system of capitalism, including whites. We who are inside the system all work to maintain the power structure of white supremacy, militarily, politically, socially, culturally and economically. It is a power structure that exploits all, mostly oppressed people of color inside their respective imperialist nations. It’s also important to point out the very threatening contradiction that colonialism has caused for New Afrikans inside the United States of Amerika – as a domestic, colonized nation, we find ourselves fighting for our very lives daily, under the system of white supremacy. This is also the case for our people of the ‘Afrikan Diaspora’, who are all over South, North, and Central Amerika and the world, and who are under the threat of white supremacy by many colonialist and neo-colonialist white supremacist governments. Here are a few examples:

 

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p<>{color:#000;}. Prior to the Castro/Che, etc. ‘successful revolution’ in Cuba, the white rich Cubans practiced the same racist black code and Jim Crow segregation policies against their Black and Brown Cubans who they exploited and segregated from their white privilged Cuban society. Even under Castro, there are remnants of racial discrimination in respects to state power.

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p<>{color:#000;}. The white supremacist, neo-colonialist government in Columbia has marginalized and subjugated its Black Columbian population to living half-butchered lives, including subjecting communities to horrendous, routine attacks, to this day.

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p<>{color:#000;}. In Brazil, the white supremacist and neo-colonial government kills thousands of Black and Brown Brazilians each year, who they have also marginalized and subjugated to oppressive, impoverished living conditions indefinitely.

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p<>{color:#000;}. The Dominican Republic’s white supremacist and neo-colonialist government carried out the same class- and race-based warfare against its Black and Brown citizens, forcing them into marginalized, impoverished living conditions.

 

With the exception of the Cuban government, I can go on and on about how the Afrikan Diaspora has been under attack by these neo-colonialist, white supremacist goverments and how, despite their citizenship, suffer under horrible conditions simply for being descendents of Afrikans who have been enslaved throughout the world.

 

The enslavement of Afrikans by Europeans (i.e. governments) is solely responsible for the contradictions that led to our people being placed in these vulnerable positions all over the world, where people are being slaughtered, discriminated against, and held under the threat of militarized police states, where they have no defense from government-sanctioned terror.

 

These powerful and non-powerful nations that hold humans under the race- and class-warfare dynamics are very common and the violence of this is a daily occurance. The contradiction for all of the human beings who are oppressed under these regimes is that they were removed from their ancestors’ land (i.e. Afrika) and placed on the lands of others and cultivated into these white supremacist societies, societies wherein blatant race and class-based, institionalized attacks on people of color, especially people of Afrikan descent, are carried out constantly.

 

The system of white supremacy has endangered Black and Brown humans’ lives no matter where they exist in the world, especially in the Americas where we can see the internal conflicts that have been perpetuated against the people, by the people, which is a direct result of being clothed in the system of white supremacy. Here the people find themselves carrying out the same genocidal attacks against one another that the system of white supremacy has always carried out against the people. To openly and proudly, as a society, take the position that its okay to embrace genocidal tendencies, speaks to the deeply flawed foundations of white supremacist societies. One example includes the drug and gang cultures, which have been a substitute for economic growth for the oppressed yet which internally destabilizes and murders our own people. One can see the genocidal harm that people are being subjected to inside of these subcultures, which clearly speaks to the psychological trauma and damage that each of us suffer from under such a system. Although I have here used the drug and gang cultures to illustrate some of the mental damage suffered under white supremacy, there are many more examples of the psychological trauma and damage that can be identified inside of subcultures and which speaks to the mental impacts of white supremacy.

 

The only way that we can begin to end such suffering and genocide is by understanding colonialism and examining the psychological trauma and damage that is has caused us. We each have to go through a decolonization process, in order to remove the infiltration through DNA, the rape and indoctrination, under the system of white supremacy. We all have to through a decolonization process, no matter our race, but especially the descendents of Afrikan slaves as we are routinely faced with the contradiction of being held under the colonial/neocolonial powers of our oppressors, as a domestic colonized nation. We as Black People fall under many different nationalities throughout the world. Black: Jamaicans, Haitians, Dominicans, Puerto Ricans, Cubans, Columbians, Mexicans, Venezuelans, Peruvians, New Afrikans in the United States of Amerika, Hondurans, Brazilians, etc. – all who are the descendents of Afrikan slaves, who live their whole lives inside these nations marginalized, subjugated, and oppressed, simply because of their Black and Brown complexions. We who are descendents of slaves have to reclaim our lives and people (i.e. humanity) no matter where we exist in the world, to put an end to the genocide of our people today.

 

We have to start a national and international dialogue and campaign through whatever media outlet we have access to, in order to end this slaughter while solidifying our common interest as oppressed people. Remember, ‘social media’ or whatever outlet you can use in order to make your voice heard as to this historical contradiction that exists for all colonial subjects, should be used. It’s not about having a debate with those who profit off of the exploitation of humans but rather its about educating the opressed to the ‘why’ and ‘who’ is responsible for their lives being repressed. We who are aware of the peoples’ contractions have a responsibility to educate those less informed than we are, because we all know that knowledge is power.

 

So, for the millions if not billions of humans around the world who are the descendents of Afrikan slaves, held in nations that are under attack throughout their history and present day, may we remember that we are, no matter our nationalities, one people and only the people can end the race and class oppression that we have been subjected to for far too many centuries.

 

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p<>{color:#000;}. All power to the people – One love, one struggle!

 

Note: Infiltration through DNA has nothing to do with humans who like or love one another, i.e. interracial relationships and dating, etc. nor does it have anything to do with race, other than the human race. People are encouraged and have a fundamental right to life or love who they desire.

What Infiltration through DNA is about is dispelling forced coercions of people based on neocolonialism and colonialism, that rapes a people of all their beliefs, committing an act of genocide against that people, which then sets them on a destructive path where their whole lives are compromised. Infiltration through DNA is about exposing the historical contradiction of how the capitalist/imperialist colonizers have constructed a world to serve its’ evil, greedy appetite, which exploits all humans and other life forms, in order to maintain its capitalist power structure.

 

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We have long since realized that the day-to-day functions inside Amerika, as well as many other societies throughout the world, are structured around the way that the system of white supremacy has created clever ways to play on the conscious, unconscious, and subconscious mind of all humans, no matter who they are inside of these societies. People are routinely subjected to subliminal suggestions, manipulative persuasions, and brain-washing techniques. It is here where people are cultivated (i.e. oriented and indoctrinated) to a system of race hatred or prejudices, where they are naturally taught throughout their lives to see the term ‘black’ in all of its use as wicked, bad, evil, diseased, nasty, negative, etc. Mostly this brainwashing is all about hatred towards all people who are considered ‘people of dark hues’, who are so classified by these racist/race prejudiced societies that discriminate against people with dark pigmentation.

 

These societies crafted up ways to indoctrinate the world under a system of race prejudice and hatred, where one’s image and character is attacked in its institutionalized systems. The visual attacks on people of dark hues is complimented by the indoctrination of the routine use of derogatory terms that dehumanize, degrade, and devalue people based on their skin pigmentation. It is important not to dismiss these terms as harmless, because even when they are in reference to something like a disease of a plant, the effect is still the same. Inside the conscious, unconscious and subconscious mind, it is recorded as a category where the word ‘black’ is demonized and by associating all of these seemingly harmless yet negative terms, they still maintain that ‘black is bad’, no matter the context within which it is being used. Throught the day-to-day, peoples’ brains are bombarded with these images, characteristics and terms. This is where the brainwashing is most effective, because it mostly is downloaded by one’s subconscious mind which means you don’t consciously record it. People can go through their whole lives being indoctrinated to race prejudice/hatred of people, based on these systemic attacks on their psyche. No one is exempt from being effected by these brainwashing techniques, especially people of dark hues. We all, in our daily lives, have found ourselves using these terms, whether consciously, unconsciously, or subconsciously, without ever realizing their true intent and effect on our psyche. Many of the colonized nations have been colonized under these derogatory terms where people look down on the Indigenous, native, dark hue people and in some cases embrace these terms, after centuries of indoctrination. This naturally leads to the rejection of dark hue people and even one’s own self, based on having dark skin. Even seemingly harmless words, when deeply rooted inside a society, can be a very real threat to a people’s social development and to the people themselves. It is common within many societies that people reject one another based on their skin complexion alone. It’s equally important to understand that this race-based practice, is a direct component of capitalism (i.e. racism), which is very effective in establishing a people under race and class warfare. By pitting races against each other, the capitalist can divide and conquer the masses of the people for the sole purpose of exploitation, which creates the deeply oppressive living conditions based on systemic racial discrimination.

 

While the white ruling class are deemed superior under such a system, whites are equally expolited under that same system. Sadly a lot of whites draw their superiority from such a system but the white power structure (1%) is responsible for establishing these race-based ideologies that demonize people of hue. This serves in the dehumanization process, which allowed the white power structure to go throughout the world attacking dark skin people for their wealth and land with imperialist forces, while holding these nations under their imperialist control. In some cases, these nations lose their land altogether, relegating them to being a free labor source inside their own land, as slaves!

 

What is Black? What is the meaning of the term Black, as defined by white scholars inside of their racist educational instititions? In their many dictionaries? I have mainly taken these terms and words out of the Random House compact unabridged dictionary – Special Second Edition”, which is used in many colleges today. The definitions of Black and what it means to these white intellectuals are now largely used universally. I will also list the synonyms to the word Black, because it is all tied to how the institutionalized racist system demonizes a people.

 

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Definitions

 

Black: 1. Lack hue and brightness, absorbing light without reflecting any rays composing it

2. Pertaining to or belonging to any of the various populations characterized by dark skin pigmentation specifically the darker skin people of Afrika

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p<>{color:#000;}. Gloomy, pessimistic, dismal; a black outlook

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p<>{color:#000;}. Deliberately harmful, inexcusable; a black lie

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p<>{color:#000;}. Boding ill; sullen or hostile, threatening: black words, black looks

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p<>{color:#000;}. Without any moral quality or goodness; evil wicked; his black heart has concocted yet another black deed

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p<>{color:#000;}. Indicating censor, disgrace or liability to punishment: a black mark on one’s record.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Marked by disorder or misfortune, black areas of drought

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p<>{color:#000;}. Based on grotesque, morbid or unpleasant aspects of life: black comedy, black humor

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p<>{color:#000;}. Of a check mark, flag, etc., done or written in black to indicate, as on a list, that which is undesired, substandard, potentially dangerous. E.g. Pilots put a black flag next to the ten most dangerous airports

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p<>{color:#000;}. Illegal or underground: the black economony pays no taxes

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p<>{color:#000;}. Deliberately false or intentionally misleading: black propaganda

 

Blackish, Blackishly, Blackishness:

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p<>{color:#000;}. Dark, dusky, sooty, inky, swart, swarthy, sable, ebony.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Dirty, dingy.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Sad, depressing, somber, doleful, mournful, funeral.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Disastrous, calamitous.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Sinful, inhumane, fiendish, devilish, infernal, monstrous, atrocious, horrible, nefarious, treacherous, traitorous, villainous.

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p<>{color:#000;}. White

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p<>{color:#000;}. Clean

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p<>{color:#000;}. Hopeful

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p<>{color:#000;}. Cheerful

 

When something is so deeply ingrained inside of a society by way of institutions, especially where people’s whole lives have been forcibly changed based on being colonized under ideologies that are diametrically opposed to who they are as a people. The people must go through a decolonization process in order to correct what was deliberately done to jeopardize them as a people, inside of that institutionalized system.

 

When reading the colonial charts, you can clearly see that all nations of Black and Brown people were attacked and colonized by imperialist nations. Under ‘Definitions #2’, they make this very clear when they say that “various populations characterized by dark skin pigmentation”. Why is this all so important to understand? Institutionalized racism has damaged the minds of many people, whether they are white, brown, black, etc. This whole color struck system that we have been colonized to, only serves the interests of the 1% and the 9% who continue, to this very day, to use race to divide the ‘human race’ so that they can maintain the wealth of this nation and world.

 

Any of us who get caught up in this color struck practice, have to realize that we aid the interest of our oppressors. We have to educate ourselves or allow someone to educate us out of this race-based society if we are to live in a society that represent the interest of all humanity. Rejecting these derogatory terms with negative connotations is a step I the right direction. We know that they are not harmless because we can see the psychological damage it has caused to everyone except for the perpetrators. Even the perpetrators, however, are damaged in a way too because they buy into the whole inferiority/superiority complex, which is nothing but a man-made (manufactured), contrived idea that feeds into the ‘God’ complex, in which they are portrayed as ruler and savior, over humanity.

 

Now, listen very carefully as you read ‘out loud’ from this quote:

 

From the Bible, Genesis, Ch. 1, Verses 27 & 28 – taken from the Holy Bible, New International Version):

“So God created man in his own image, in the iage of God he created them. God blessed them and said to them, “Be fruitful and increase in number; fill the earth and subdue it. Rule over the fish of the sea and the birds of the air and over every creature that moves on the ground.”

 

Excerpts from “Slavery: The Afrikan American Psychic Trauma” by Sultan Abdul Latif and Naimah Latif

 

Common Racial Stereotypes 1-10:

 

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p<>{color:#000;}. Black male Tom – non-aggressive, subservient or apologetic attitude, promoted as acceptable

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p<>{color:#000;}. Black male coon – silly, buffoonish, non-serious, makes Blackness appear amusing

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p<>{color:#000;}. Black male brute – angry, menacing, a criminal

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p<>{color:#000;}. Black female mulatto – light-skinned, straight-haired, European features, promoted as attractive

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p<>{color:#000;}. Black female mammy – heavy-set, loud-mouthed, sassy, often dark-skinned

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p<>{color:#000;}. Black female bad girl – an attractive seductress, prostitute or street woman, often dark-skinned

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p<>{color:#000;}. White male role model – financially secure, sought after by females, promoted as respectable

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p<>{color:#000;}. White female role model – slim, often blond, sought after by males, promoted as beautiful

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p<>{color:#000;}. Ethnic male brute – a gangster or criminal, usually Hispanic, Asian or other race

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p<>{color:#000;}. Ethnic female bad girl – a cunning seductress, usually Hispanic, Asian or other race

 

We (New Afrikans) have a long history in the U.S. of Amerika and one that is of a protracted struggle, where we fight for everything earned. New Afrikan men and women have attempted to take full responsibility for themselves and their people, by taking control of their communities and putting an end to state and federal government repression. The state police and federal agencies have released their killing machines on Black and Brown people in retaliation. All of the peoples’ organizations have come under attack – the Black Panther Party, Black Liberation Army, Black Guerilla Family, Amerikan Indian Movement, Brown Berets, Republic of New Africa, and countless other organizations that would stand up against government-sanctioned oppression. These groups have been attacked under Cointelpro, the counter-intelligence program – “The activity of an intelligence service employed in thwarting the efforts of an enemy’s intelligence agents is to gather information or sabotage.”

Organizations were destroyed due to these government attacks where many would be incarcerated and murdered. I don’t raise this to just say what we know all too well, I raise it to show a contradiction. Terror organizations such as the Klu Klux Klan (KKK), Minute Men, White Nationalist Alliance and militias all over white Amerika, who hold a strong anti-government position and who also carried out terror attacks throughout this country’s history against the government and people of this nation, are not threatened or compromised by the U.S. government, over centuries of existing in Amerika. The Grand Wizard of the KKK, David Duke, is or was a politician! So, should we be surprised that people of color are being murdered in Amerika by white police officers or why politicians routinely propose racist policies and laws that particularly target the poor and people of color? All of this has been able to occur because of hard-core racists who have been allowed to grow inside of this nation’s institutions, without ever having to be held accountable to or for their actions. They have been given authority to carry out racist terror attacks for centuries, under the system of institutionalized racism.

 

White Power is the ideology and practice of the ultra-right wing belief that humans who classify themselves as white are inherently superior to all other human beings and therefore, the planet earth and everything in it is theirs, as a birthright. The other people of the earth are there solely to be a free labor source (slavery) or targets for extermination (genocide). The ultimate ends of white power are to have a planet inhabited exclusively by blond-haired, blue-eyed, white humans.

 

White Supremacy is the ideology of institutionalized systems that are under complete white control. For example, all institutions in the U.S. are under whites’ control. If you need a job or an education, one must seek their institutions; the examples are endless. If one needs a bank loan, or to buy a home, or to rent an apartment, or to purchase land, all of these transactions are under whites’ control, which makes it easy for them to discriminate against those that they are prejudiced/racist against.

 

It is important to understand that these beliefs are held by a very small class of white humans (the 1% or the super-rich), who control the world’s wealth, but that ordinary whites are victims of this kind of thinking equally, in many cases.

 

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Systems of Oppression

 

Imperialism

 

Imperialism: the exploitation, rape and subsequent oppression practiced by one country over another for greed and profits.

 

Imperialist: the developed ‘super power’ countries, such as: U.S.A., Britain, France, Germany, etc. who use their military power to invade other under-developed countries who cannot defend themselves against such a power.

 

Imperialism: the highest stages of capitalism, the policy of exploitation of another through armed force.

 

Fascism

 

Fascism: a repressive form of government that takes on police state characteristics, in that all forms of political, economic, and social competition/opposition is forcibly suppressed to maintain the status quo.

 

In practice, fascism is overtly as well as secretly watching, listening, following, and controlling every aspect of the people’s lives by using tracking devices, cameras, bugs, economics, militarized police departments, military, judicial institutions, and state and government powers under fear, fraud and farce.

 

The state controlled media is also a tool of fascism, as it uses the power of suggestive persuasion, manipulation, and thought control. The media’s whole objective is to maintain the capitalist interest by cultivating the people into race and class warfare, toward maintaining total control over their political, socio-cultural and economic development, in order to serve the interests of capitalism.

 

Colonialism

 

Colonialism: Foreign domination of a country or people, where the economic, political and military structures are controlled and run by occupying forces. A policy of territorial, political and economic subjugation, by one’s country over another.

 

In practice, colonialism is a genocide of the people that rapes them of their history, name, language, identity, socio-cultural expression and practices, political and economic systems, land, and wealth. Its objective is to kill the ‘ideology’ that guides the people and this also means murdering many men, women and children.

 

Colonialist: The ‘imperialist army’ who set up a military base in the subjugated country to enforce and protect the imperialist interest.

 

Monopoly-Capitalism

 

Monopoly-capitalism: The contemporary state of capitalism, in which a relatively few, large-scale corporations dominate the economics, which are dependent on government regulations to alleviate the continual crises. Wal-mart, Monsanto, etc. are good examples of monopolized capitalism where corporations are able to control over 60% of the food production/merchandise in the USA, with assistance from government subsidies. Large corporations have benefited from bank bail outs, which basically control economics and shut everyone else out of the competition.

 

Neo-Colonialism

 

Neo-colonialism: Foreign domination of a people or country by an imperialist power where the economic, political and military structure is manned and controlled by the native bourgeosie (i.e. intellectual, middle-class/upper-class politicans, etc.) who are reactionary capitalists who exploit and hold down the oppressed, working and non-working class people inside of its own country and under the authority and power of the imperialist nation’s interest. The South Afrikan government is a good example of neo-colonialism in practice.

 

Racism

 

Racism: The philosophy and practice that pursues or condones the systematic oppression of another race, because that race is believed inferior. Racism is a by-product of capitalism. Racism demands the systematic exploitation, oppression and dehumanization of a people based on their race.

 

In practice, racism includes all aspects of discrimination of government-sanctioned policies, which carry out systematic, vicious attacks under the system. Within the system, there is racist legislation, policies and laws, such as slavery, Black code, Jim Crow laws, segregation, etc. The system functions under a doctrine that advocates the superiority of one race over any and all others. The United States of Amerika’s historical and present-day relations with New Afrikans (i.e. Blacks and other people of hue) is a good example of racism in respects to the superiority and inferiority contradiction established by government racists.

 

Institutionalized Racism

 

Institutionalized Racism: The system and process by which institutions embrace and internalize racist beliefs and practices that they carry out systematically by discriminating against other races inside of the many institutions under their control (i.e. government, education, prisons, banks, judicial system, police, fire department, etc.).

 

Corporate Racism

 

Corporate Racism: The business sector is organized as an alleged separate entity (i.e. private sector) from government, which is able to control the wealth of a country. All of the corporate power is controlled by one race of people, who racially discriminate against all other races for the sole purpose of exploitation and maintaining economic power over them. The government provides them with subsidies, tax exemptions, favorable regulatory freedoms, etc.

 

The U.S.’s federal deficit is $18.5 trillion, which is a debt attributed to the people of this nation, while corporate Amerika is $25 trillion to the good.

 

Classism

 

Classism: A tiered system where the people are separated into different classes: lower, middle and upper class, based upon their financial relationships to the means of production.

 

In practice, classism is poor humans being exploited by rich humans, mostly in every functional way possible inside of society. The middle class is usually used as a buffer between the two, in order to balance out the severe economic severities, by providing an illusion of hope for success for the oppressed poor people in society.

 

Capitalism

 

Capitalism: An economic system held under private and corporate ownership which controls all the wealth and under which the means are manufactured for production and distribution to the people in the world, based on their ability to purchase such means.

 

In practice, capitalism kills millions daily and subjects millions more to half-butchered lives in deplorable living conditions. It is an economic system that concentrates all the wealth and means in the hands of the top one percenters, under the authority of the nine percenters who are the managers and brokers of such a system. Capitalism has no mercy for anyone; it’s sole purpose is to profit by earning more and more wealth. It is the root cause of most conflicts in the world. It is the root cause of all poverty, based on the unequal distribution of wealth, which denies people an opportunity to maintain a standard of living. It’s an economic system that pits humans against one another and it’s core practice is based on exploitation, demoralizing the human being to carry out immoral behaviour and acts for the sole purpose of trying to survive.

 

Capitalism is the third system of the capitalist family, an extension of the industrial revolution. The industrial revolution replaced the institution of slavery. The capitalist family reads like this:

1. Feudalism, 2. Slavery, 3. Capitalism, 4. Fascism, and 5. Imperialism, which is the highest stage of capitalism.

 

Totalitarianism

 

Totalitarianism: A repressive form of government where strict controls on all aspects of life are imposed upon society and the regime in power has total and complete authority and say so over every aspect of your life.

 

In practice, totalitarianism functions under three principle concepts by which the people are controlled: 1. Fear, 2. Fraud and 3. Force. All three play on the emtional state of the human being’s psyche; fear tends to paralyze and encourage the people into some form of cooperation, fraud is the art of trickery, in which the people are manipulated and outright sold a beautiful lie which influences their cooperation, and force is used for those who are not easily duped or controlled by fear and fraud, which imposes forced cooperation.

 

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[Ruling Class Chart
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p={color:#000;}. 9%, upper class

Bourgeoisie

Big business/corporations

Wal-mart, Inc., McDonalds Inc., Microsoft Inc., Apple Inc., Monsanto Inc., Walt Disney Inc., General Mills Inc., Mattel Inc., etc… |<>.
p={color:#000;}. [* 90% middle class *]

Petty Bourgeoisie

Proletariat

Small Business – SB, Professionals – P, Blue Collar Workers – BCW

SB – Liquor stores, neighborhood stores, beauty salons, barber shops, dry cleaners, mom’s and pop’s, burger or BBQ, food joints, car washes, etc.

 

P – Doctors, lawyers, teachers, accountants, entertainers, sports athletes, etc.

 

BCW – Mailman, garbageman, factory workers, bus drivers, police, prison employees, construction workers, nurses, security guards, etc.

|<>. p={color:#000;}. [* 90% Lower class *]

Lumpen

Proletariat

Non-wage earners

Elderly, pension, social security, welfare recipient, prisoners, criminals, etc.

 

 

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9% is the Bourgeoisie upper class who serve the interest of the 1%, for the privilege/power that they are afforded over the 90%. Their objective is to protect the 1%’s interest and they do this by establishing a race and class war among the people.

 

1% is the Ruling class, which consists of super rich families, etc. whose new and old money-controls the population by using its abundance of wealth, under the economic system of capitalism.

 

90% is the middle/lower class individuals inside of a society. The middle class acts as a buffer to the lower class individuals, since they are basically trying to hold on to their middle class values and status, which they struggle for their whole lives; the lower class is those living in poverty, who do what it takes to survive.

 

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Colonial Charts

Colonized Chart of Afrika

 

The Afrikan Continent/People have been under attack by foreign invaders for thousands of years. The first invaders were Europeans and, depending on what era we are referencing, we can name exactly which European nation. I believe it’s important to convey to everyone that the imperialist invaders of Afrika caused the transformation of the northern part of Afrika, and many nations thoughout the continent of Afrika, that turned these nations from Black to Brown and in some cases, to white. The Romans and the Greeks were the first invaders that set these ancient imperialist conquests in motion, which would lead to the colonizing of the Afrikan continent.

 

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p<>{color:#000;}. Algeria: Colonized by the French, 700 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Angola: Colonized by the Portuguese, > 500 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Benin: Colonized by the French, < 100 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Botswana: Colonized by the British, < 100 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Burkina Faso: Colonized by the French, < 100 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Burundi: Colonized by the Germans and Belgium, < 100 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Cameroon: Colonized by the Portuguese, Germans, British, and French, < 500 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Chad: Colonized by the French, > 50 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Democratic Republic of the Congo: Colonized by the Belgians and Portuguese, 80 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Republic of the Congo: Colonized by the French, < 100 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Ivory Coast: Colonized by the French, < 100 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Djibouti: Colonized by the French, > 100 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Egypt: Colonized by the Romans, Persians, Arabs, British, 1000s of years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Equatorial Guinea: Colonized by the Portuguese and Spanish, < 400 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Eritrea: Colonized by Italy and Britain, > 100 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Ethiopia: Colonized by the threat of colonialism, influenced by Greece and Egypt, invaded by Italy, but always able to maintain its independence, under corroboration with British

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p<>{color:#000;}. Gabon: Colonized by the French and Portuguese, > 100 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Gambia: Colonized by the British, > 300 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Ghana: Colonized by the British, 113 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Guinea: Colonized by the Portuguese, > 100 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Lesotho: Colonized by the British, < 100 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Liberia: Colonized by the USA, by people migrating back to the Afrikan continent as free people after forced enslavement of over 200 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Libya: Colonized by Rome, Italy, Britain, and France, between them over thousands of years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Madagascar: Colonized by the French, < 100 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Malawi: Colonized by the Arabs and the British, < 100 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Mali: Colonized by the French, <100 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Mauritania: Colonized by the French and Spanish, < 100 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Mauritius: Colonized by the French, Dutch and British, > 300 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Morroco: Colonized by the Romans, Arabs, Spanish, and French, for thousands of years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Mozambique: Colonized by the Portuguese, > 300 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Namibia: Colonized by the Germans and British, > 70 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Niger: Colonized by the French, > 50 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Nigeria: Colonized by the British, < 100 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Senegal: Colonized by the French, < 100 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Ivory Coast: Colonized by the French, < 100 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Kenya: Colonized by the French and Germans, > 100 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Sierra Leone: Colonized by the British, > 200 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Rwanda: Colonized by the Germans, Belgians and French, > 80 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Sudan (North): Colonized by the British, 150 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Sudan (South): Colonized by the British and Arabs, > 200 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. South Afrika: Colonized by the Dutch, Portuguese, British and Germans, < 500 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Swaziland: Colonized by the British, > 50 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Tanzania: Colonized by the Germans, British, Portuguese, and Arabs, < 400 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Togo: Colonized by the French, British, and Germans, 150 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Tunisia: Colonized by the Romans, Arabs and French, > 1,000 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Uganda: Colonized by the British, < 70 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Zambia: Colonized by the British and Belgian, > 100 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Zimbabwe: Colonized by the British and Belgian, > 150 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Somalia: Colonized by the Italians, British and Arabs, > 200 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Cape Verde: Colonized by the Portuguese, > 400 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Comoros: Colonized by the Arabs and French, > 300 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Sao Tome and Principe: Colonized by the Portuguese, > 100 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Seychelles: Colonized by the French and British, > 200 years

 

Its important to know that before many of these countries were able to be colonized, there were bloody wars for years. The colonizing of these countries inside of Afrika were much longer than listed for many; I am trying to keep it as modern as possible. When I say thousands of years for some of these countries, it is usually where the Afrikans (i.e. Blacks) were completely wiped out of their homeland by the colonizers, for example: Morocco, Egypt. This also applies to countries where people then remained under the dictatorship of their colonizer or the neo-colonialist, which is the same thing by proxy.

 

Colonized Chart of South America

 

The indigenous people of South Amerika have been under attack by foreign invaders for hundreds of years, if not thousands of years. Their colonizers were Europeans as well and, depending on what era we are referencing, we can speak exactly to that nation of Europeans specifically. It’s important to convey to the readers that these actions by the imperialist-colonizers are what led to the transformation of the South Amerikan native people’s ancient civilizations (i.e. Mayans, Incas, Funza, Tunja, Charrua, Olmec, etc.) being destroyed.

 

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p<>{color:#000;}. Argentina: Colonized by the Spaniards, 300 years; influenced to extinction by Germans and Italians, by way of massive migration

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p<>{color:#000;}. Bolivia: Colonized by the Spanish, 300 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Brazil: Colonized by the Portuguese, 322 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Chile: Colonized by the Spanish, > 200 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Colombia: Colonized by the Spanish, 300 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Ecuador: Colonized by the Spanish, 300 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Guyana: Colonized by the Dutch and British, < 300 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Paraguay: Colonized by the Spanish, < 300 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Peru: Colonized by the Spanish, > 250 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Suriname: Colonized by the British and Dutch, > 300 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Uruguay: Colonized by the Spanish, 300 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Venezuela: Colonized by the Spanish, 300 years

 

A lot of these countries in South Amerika are still held under their colonizers’ power. Argentina has basically been transformed into an European nation, where the indigenous native has been rendered extinct. Brazil is a good example of what a neo-colonialist government looks like, where the natives of the land are forced to use their power for the sole interest of the colonizers.

 

 

Colonized Chart of Central Amerika

 

While many of the people of ‘Central Amerika’ have had their lives altered by the imperalist forces of the Europeans, many have attempted to hold on to some form of their prior lives. The colonizer has been relentless, however, in attacking these nations, to the point that the people find themselves under living conditions that render them obsolete in their own homeland, where they are unable to maintain a standard of living that’s suitable for a human being.

 

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p<>{color:#000;}. Belize: Colonized by the British, < 400 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Costa Rica: Colonized by Spain, > 300 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. El Salvador: Colonized by Spain, < 300 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Guatemala: Colonized by Spain, < 300 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Honduaras: Colonized by Spain, > 300 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Nicaragua: Colonized by Spain, < 300 years, and occupied by the U.S. in early 20th century

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p<>{color:#000;}. Panama: Colonized by Spain, < 300 years, and occupied by the U.S., < 100 years

 

Colonized Charts of North Amerika, West Indies and Caribbeans and Pacific Ocean, Mediterranean Sea, India Ocean, and Atlantic Ocean

 

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p<>{color:#000;}. United States: Colonized indefinitely by the British, Spanish, Dutch, French, etc., driving the native of these lands to near extinction and establishing an European empire, which enslaved Afrikans on slave plantations, creating the foundation for its economic institutions, under the system of capitalism

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p<>{color:#000;}. Canada: Colonized indefinitely by French and British and established under European rule. The indigenous natives of this land were subjugated, marginalized and rendered to near extinction

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p<>{color:#000;}. Mexico: Colonized by the Spanish for over 300 years. The colonizers of this land still maintain their influence over Mexico, through the use of neo-colonialism, and continue to subjugate and marginalize the indigenous natives

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p<>{color:#000;}. Australia: Colonized by the British indefinitely, establishing European rule over the land. Aboriginal people of Australia have been under attack by their foreign invaders for hundreds of years, rendering them nearly extinct. The British government emptied out its prisons on the Aboriginal people, upon whom these criminals (prisoners and government) would commit the most heinous crimes

 

 

Colonized Chart of West Indies and Caribbeans

 

The West Indies and Caribbeans are basically slave islands, where slaves were imported from all over the world to run plantations for Europeans. The indigenous native people were often nearly entirely wiped out, outside of having their bloodline carried on by slaves who shared offspring with them. Many of these islands are still held under the power of Europeans, or under a neo-colonialist power structure where their governments serves the interests of the imperialist nations. If not, then they are treated like Cuba, where they are shut out of the international economy and trade deals, rendering them to poverty stricken living conditions.

 

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p<>{color:#000;}. Virgin Islands:

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p<>{color:#000;}. Turks and Caicos Islands:

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p<>{color:#000;}. Saint Croix:

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p<>{color:#000;}. Guadelupe:

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p<>{color:#000;}. Martinique:

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p<>{color:#000;}. Cayman Islands:

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p<>{color:#000;}. Anquilla:

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p<>{color:#000;}. Bahamas: Colonized by the British, < 300 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Barbados: Colonized by the British, > 300 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Barbuda and Antigua: Colonized by the British, < 300 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Cuba: Colonized by the British, < 300 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Dominica: Colonized by the French and British, < 300 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Dominican Republic: Colonized by Spain and France, < 400 years, occupied by U.S. forces

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p<>{color:#000;}. Grenada: Colonized by the French and British, > 300 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Haiti: Colonized by the French, > 100 years, occupied by the U.S.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Jamaica: Colonized by Spain, 200 years, British, 300 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Puerto Rico: Colonized by Spain, 300 years, under U.S. control since

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p<>{color:#000;}. Saint Lucia: Colonized by the British, French and Spanish, > 400 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Saint Kitts and Nevis: Colonized by the French, British and Spanish, > 300 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines: Colonized by the British and Spanish, < 400 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Trinidad and Tobago: Colonized by the British, French and Spanish, > 300 years

 

Colonized Chart of Pacific Ocean, Mediterranean Sea, India Ocean, and Atlantic Ocean

 

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p<>{color:#000;}. Samoa: Colonized by Germans and New Zealand, 65 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Solomon Islands: Colonized by the British, < 100 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Tonga: Colonized by the British, < 100 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Timor-Leste: Colonized by the Portuguese, < 100 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Palou: Colonized by Spain, Germany, Japan and occupied by U.S., < 100 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Naura: Colonized by the British and Germans, < 200 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. New Zealand: Colonized by the Dutch and British, by whom the Indigenous natives of this land were nearly made extinct

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p<>{color:#000;}. Micronesia: Ruled by Spain, Germany, Japan and U.S.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Cyprus: Ruled by Ottoman Empire (Romans), 300 years, then British, 100 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Monaco: French-establishment

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p<>{color:#000;}. Kirbati: British colony

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p<>{color:#000;}. San Marino: Italian-state

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p<>{color:#000;}. Malta: British/French colony, occupation by U.S. military, 179 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Maldives: British colony

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p<>{color:#000;}. Marshall Islands: German, then U.S. colony

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p<>{color:#000;}. Oman: Portugal and Persia, > 100 years, plus British influence

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p<>{color:#000;}. Tuvalu: British colony

 

Colonized Chart of Asia

 

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p<>{color:#000;}. Azerbaijan: Colonized by Roman Empire, conquered by Russians, > 100 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. China: China wasn’t colonized but politically and economically controlled at times: by Russia, Britain, and Japan

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p<>{color:#000;}. India: Colonized by Aryans, Arabs, Portuguese and British, > 400 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Malaysia: Colonized by the British, > 100 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Philippines: Colonized by the Spanish, > 100 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Japan: Imperialist nation

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p<>{color:#000;}. Sri Lanka: Colonized by the Portuguese, Dutch and British, > 350 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. North Korea: Part of China, ceded 1895

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p<>{color:#000;}. South Korea: Part of China, ceded 1895

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p<>{color:#000;}. Cambodia: Colonized by the French, > 100 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Indonesia: Colonized by the Dutch and Portuguese, > 200 years, occupied by Japan

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p<>{color:#000;}. Vietnam: Briefly conquered by France, 1858-1884, internal strife, several occupations and wars

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p<>{color:#000;}. Thailand: Never colonized, only country in South East Asia never colonized by Europeans

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p<>{color:#000;}. Nepal: No record of colonialism but plagued with internal strife, civil war

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p<>{color:#000;}. Laos: Colonized by the French, > 50 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Pakistan: Colonized by the Aryans, > 1000 years, then Arabs and British, > 50 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Iran: Colonized by the Greeks, people (Persians) are a result of a colonized India, where they are a mixture of Indo-European people and later were colonized by Arabs

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p<>{color:#000;}. Myanmar: Colonized by the British, > 100 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Taiwan: Colonized by Dutch and Japan, < 200 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Afghanistan: Although not colonized, country plagued with internal strige, invasions, coups and occupations for centuries

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p<>{color:#000;}. Bangladesh: Colonized by the British, < 200 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Krygyztan: Annexed to Russia/Soviet Union

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p<>{color:#000;}. Kazakhstan: Annexed to Russia/Soviet Union

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p<>{color:#000;}. Tajikistan: Invaded by Iranians and Arabs who established Islam in the country

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p<>{color:#000;}. Uzbekistan: Annexed to Russia/Soviet Union

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p<>{color:#000;}. Turkmenistan: Annexed to Russia/Soviet Union

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p<>{color:#000;}. Singapore: Colonized by the British, > 100 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Papua New Guinea: Colonized by the Dutch, British, German and Australians, > 200 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Mongolia: Ruled by the Mongolian Empire

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p<>{color:#000;}. Armenia: Annexed to Russia/Soviet Union

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p<>{color:#000;}. Bhutan: Under British rule, < 100 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Turkey: Ruled by the Roman, Byzantine, and Ottoman empires

 

Colonized Chart of the Middle East

 

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p<>{color:#000;}. Saudi Arabia: Ruled by the Turkish, < 100 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Yemen: Colonized by British, < 100 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Iraq: Invaded by Persians, Greeks, colonized by Arabs, ruled by British

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p<>{color:#000;}. Israel: Settled state May 14, 1948

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p<>{color:#000;}. Syria: Under Ottomon Turk rule, 400 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Jordan: Under Ottomon Turk rule, < 400 years, under British authority, < 50 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Lebanon: Colonized by Monothelites (Maronites/Romans), under French authority, < 100 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Qatar: Ottoman Turks/Bahrain control, under British authority

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p<>{color:#000;}. United Arab Emirates: Under British authority, < 200 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Kuwait: Under British authority, < 100 years

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p<>{color:#000;}. Bahrain: Ruled under Khalifa family, under British authority, > 100 years

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Political Dictionary

 

Abolish – To do away with, annul.

Abolitionism – Advocacy of the abolition of slavery – a person who is an abolitionist, such as John Brown.

Absolutionism – Theory that a ruler or government should have unlimited power. Government by an absolute ruler or authority.

Acculturation – 1. Intercultural borrowing between diverse people, resulting in new and blended patterns, 2. The process by which one acquires the culture of a society.

Advisory – 1. Having or exercising the power to advise, 2. Containing advice.

Advocate – 1. One who pleads another’s case, 2. One who argues or pleads for a cause or proposal.

Absolute egalitarianism – The narrow and fixed view that all things are equal and every situation, person or policy should be approached and dealth with an uniform manner regardless of the circumstances, conditions and needs.

Agent provocateur – One who joins a suspected group and pretends to be sympathetic towards the aim of the group infiltrated, in order to encourage its members to commit illegal acts which the group members may be busted for.

Amerikan ideology – Economic development regardless of the cost to human beings; a few advancing at the expense of everyone else and all whites advancing on the backs of blacks and other people of color.

Anarchism – The philosophy of total freedom without governmental structure or state. It negates the necessity of the dictatorship of the Proletariat to re-educate and transform the masses and protect the gains of the revolution as a transition stage in the development of true Communism, where the state will wither away.

Alliance – A union to promote common interest, league, coalition, confederacy, federation.

Apartheid – A policy of racial segregation practiced in the republic of South Afrika.

Aristocracy – 1. Government by a noble or privileged class, a state so governed, 2. The Governing class of an artistocracy, 3. Upper class.

Annex – To attach as an addition, to incorporate within a political domain.

Automation – The process of using mechanical or electrical machines to do routine, repetative work automatically, instead of employing human hands and minds.

Black – A political designation to refer not only to Afro-Amerikans but to people of color who are engaged in revolutionary struggle in the U.S. and all over the world. It should not be taken to mean the domination of Afro-Amerikans or the exclusion of other people of color from Black Revolutionary organizations.

Black collaboration – Those few blacks brought into the capitalist system at all levels, including such high levels as black capitalist, project directors, administrators, etc. who have enough of a stake in the operation of the system to cooperate in pacification programs against their black brothers and sisters (the house nigger).

Black Revolutionary Power – The taking of state power by Blacks in Amerika (New Afrikans) in order to revolutionize the entire country on the basis of their enriched concept of man/woman.

Bourgeosie – The Rich, the Super Rich, the Ruling class (elite) who own and manage the means of production, via: Rockefeller, Mellon, Dupont, etc. They are the real rulers in a capitalist society who dictate policy and everyone else is either working for them to maintain the status quo or slaving for them in order to survive.

By Any Means Necessary – One of Malcolm X’s famous statements, advocating the taking of whatever extreme actions are required to win our liberation.

Black Muslim – A member of an exclusively Black Islamic religious group who advocates a strictly Black community.

Black Nationalist – A member of a group of militant Blacks who advocate separtism from whites and the formation of self-governing Black communities.

Black Panther Party – An organization of revolutionary and militant Black (New Afrikans) in Amerika.

Black Power – The political and economical power of (Blacks) New Afrikans to further racial equality in Amerika.

Bolshevik – A member of the party that seized power in Russia in the Revolution of November 1917 – Communist.

Black Liberation Army – An offspring and cadre of the Black Panther Party that went underground during the onslaught and extermination of the Black Panther Party rank and file, a military and political organization, vanguard.

Bureaucracy – 1. A body of appointive government officials, 2. Administration characterized by specialization of functions under fixed rules and a hierarchy of authority: an unwieldly. administrative system deficient in initiative and flexibility.

Bylaws – A rule adopted by an organization for managing its internal affairs.

Cadre – Framework; a nucleus of trained, experienced activists in an organization capable of assuming leadership or training and educating others to perform fuctional roles.

Capitalism – An economic system based on the myth of free enterprise and private ownership of the means of production and profit, e.g. U.S.A., France, Britain, Germany.

Civil Rights – Rights that any society gives to every individual in that society, if it treasures its legitimacy or right to exist.

Class society – A tier system where the people are separated into different categories based upon their financial relationship to the means of production.

Cliqueism – The tendency to form into little groups based upon emotionally opportunistic alliances, which negates overall organizational unity.

Collective – A corporative unit or organization that utilizes its strength in unity to struggle for common goals and objectives.

Colonialism – Foreign domination of a country or people where the economic, political and military structures are controlled and run by occupying forces.

Communism – Social system based on collective ownership of the means of production, the absence of classes as well as the absence of any state apparatus, government control, etc.

Conciliate – To win over from a state of hostility, to gain the good will of.

Concentration Camp – A camp where prisoners of war or political prisoners are confined.

Conservatism – Disposition to keep to established ways, opposition to change.

Communal – Relating to a commune or to organization in communes or belonging to a community who practices colective ownership and use of property.

Constructive Criticism – The positive correcting and pointing out of mistaken ideas and incorrect practice and the offering of concrete solutions that build instead of tear down.

Contradiction – The basic two-sidedness of all things, opposite their birth, growth development and transformation.

Coup d’etat – The successful overthrow of existing authority in one audacious stroke, usually a section of the Armed Forces. Another name for coup d’etat is a putsh.

Counter Revolutionary – Someone or something that goes against revolutionary principles and practices.

Confederacy – League, alliance. The eleven Southern states that seceded from the U.S. in 1860 and 1861. Supporters of slavery.

Conscientious objector – One who refuses to serve in the armed forces or to bear arms on moral or religious grounds.

Constitution – An established law or custom; the physical make up of the individual, the structure, composition, or make up of something; the basic law in a politically organized body; a document containing law.

Democracy – A system where the people enjoy the freedom and will to pursure their own destiny. They are actively involved in the governing process and have the right to vote, criticize, and participate in the choosing of leaders, policy and programs.

Democratic centralism – The unity between freedom/discipline within any organization or society. You cannot do without democracy or without centralism.

Empiricism – The practice of analyzing situations in a subjective manner based only upon individual or personal knowledge and experience, negating external investigation, history and knowledge.

Egalitarianism – Concept advocating or characterized by the belief that all men and women should have equal political, social and economic rights.

Exploitation – The unjust method of using people for profit and advantage.

Ethics – The study of standards of conduct and moral judgment (moral philosophy). Deals with one’s social relations with friends, family and associates irrespective of citizenships.

Exchange – Value production of communities for exchange in the marketplace.

Fascism – A repressive form of government that takes on police state characteristics in that all forms of political, economic and social opposition are forcibly suppressed to maintain the status quo.

Feminism – The theory of and organized movement that seeks to exlain and end the oppression of women.

Feudalism – A pre-capitalist political-economic system based upon the class relation between lords and serfs.

Freedom – To understand the world, the environment around us, the fores that are acting on us and to have the choice to deal with them so that the harmony of us with nature provides greater development for us.

Functionalism – A theory that sees the different parts of the social system as contributing to the maintenance of the whole; society is normally in a state of equilibrium, integration or balance

Hegemony – Leadership and political or ideological dominance of one group over another.

Historical dialectical materialism – Theory of social development that views historical change as a series of struggles between a dominant class and a subordinate class – dialectical change is the perpetual disclosure and the work out of these conflicting class relations. Materialism refers to the fact that class conflict leads to inequities in concrete social resources, such as wealth, power, lifestyle and access to social services.

Humane – Beliefes, thoughts or actions that are centered on mankind and are concerned with helping all of humanity (men and women) move to a higher level of development and existence.

Ideology – A system of interdependent ideas and beliefs held by a social group that reflects, rationalizes, and defends its particular interests and commitments. The culture, politics, theories, and aims that constitute a social-political program.

Idealism – The concept that mind is primary and matter is secondary and that all things originate from the idea that matter is only a reflection of what exists in the mind, as one perceives it. The physical world can only be conceived as relative to or dependent on the mind, spirit or experience.

Imperialism – The exploitation, rape and subsequent oppression practiced by one country over another for profit. The extension of capitalism into the international arena.

Individualism – A narrow and selfish approach or outlook based upon putting oneself before the interests of the people, organization and comrades. A bourgeosie tendency expressed in the “boot straps theory.”

Initative – The self-reliance of one’s imagination, creativity and will to tackle all problems and fervently develop new strategies and programs, being in the forefront and taking the lead (i.e. to seize the time).

Insurrection – A concentrated attack upon existing authority by members of an oppressed group, usually with the intentions of taking power if only temporary, during the course of revolutionary struggles or at the culmination of process of revolutionary struggles.

Intrepid – Fearless.

Irresponsible Criticism – Frivolous and irrelevant correcting or pointing out of minor or needless points, which instead of building, tears down and obstructs progressive growth and dvelopment; nitpicking, which tends to sidetrack one from what really has to be done; unfounded criticism, criticizing without investigation and thinking first.

Islam – Way of life that connotates total submission and obedience to Allah, Creator of the universe and all therein. The scientific and practical, economic, social, cultural, and military life of all true Muslims (believers). The laws and doctrines of Islam are explicitly laid out in the Holy Quran and through the Sunnah/Traditions of the Holy Prophet, peace be upon him.

Islamic State – The system of government based on the belief in one God, the Islamic State is structured under the universal principles of the Holy Quran.

Infrastructure – The economic base of a society that is composed of its forces and relations of production.

Industrial Reserve Army of Labor – The unemployed or marginally employed portion of the working cass which is hired and fired according to the needs of the capitalist class.

Lumpen Proletariat – The most impoverished fraction of the unemployed working class, and those who live outside the how (i.e. criminal element).

Liberation – The state of freedom from a repressive or exploitative existence where the people have gained control over their lives and the right to self-determination.

Machine Politics – Typical of a highly organized political organization called a machine. “The machine” is ruthless, interested only in results rather than in forms or programs and political ideology; usually under the command of a boss.

Mass Line – The political guiding principles of a revolutionary organization that must provide concrete programs for the systematic transformation state of the oppressed masses through collective struggle.

Materialism – The concept that matter is first and that the world is material. All ideas and theories are secondary or subject to mass interactions with the material. Matter and nature are objective reality existing outside and independent of our mind. Matter is primary since it is the source of ideas, sensations and consciousness. The idea is secondary, deprivative, since it is a reflection of matter determined by how man perceives nature and development. The only real objective reality is the material world, i.e. matter.

Metaphysics – Spookism. That which exists outside of reality; cannot be perceived by the five senses. This concept states that it is the only true and permanent reality. Knowledge derived from acceptance of pre-existent ideas is the only genuine and valid wisdom (i.e. religion), which is based on belief of the divine world.

Mind Behind the Gun – (Vietnamese) This means that propaganda must precede the organization of the oppressed masses into physical bases or units of armed struggle. Only when a people have been imbued with a new vision of themselves in a new political role can they exercise to the fullest their especially human qualities of will and courage of iniative and ingenuity of intelligence and skill, of creativity and unity.

Morale – The moral or mental condition of that individual or group with respect to courage, discipline, confidence, enthusiasm and willingness to endure hardship and sacrifice.

Morality – The code of human conduct with sets of standards for the group or individual in relation to other individuals or groups. Differing from custom, it implies consciousness/conscous recognition or acceptance of a desirable value.

Monopoly Capitalism – The contemporary state of capitalism in which a relatively few large-scale corporations dominate the economy, which is dependent on government regulations to alleviate continual crisis.

Mojo – An Afro-Amerikan term meaning magic powers or influence. In a political sense, it means the magical hands of the people, their power to define political, social, economical, spiritual and military phenomena and make or cause a move in a desired manner i.e. to bring about revolutionary advancement to the evolution of man/womankind.

Neo-colonialism – Foreign domination of a people or country by an imperialist power where the economic, political and military structures is manned and run by the native bourgeosie. The imperialists maintain control of the economy because they continue to own the means of production and the client state is totally dependent militarily and politically for their survival, i.e. Brazil, Philippines and the Congo.

New International – The growing body of developing nations, representing a revolutionary humanist force of billions which imperialists cannot destroy, short of atomic warfare powerful enough to destroy the entire planet.

New man/woman – One who is politically conscious, creative and socially responsible. One who puts politics in command of economics and will always work together for the best interest of their communities.

Oppression – Unjust and crude expression of authority to deny people their human rights as well as their right to a decent and healthy life; intolerable living conditions such as inadequate education, medical care, housing, etc.

Petit-bourgeosie – The middle-class or privileged worker who enjoys a relatively comfortable level of existence. The small business man, entrepreneur and self-employed. Artists, entertainers, doctors, lawyers and athletes belong to this class. They do not own or control the major means of production but their main objective is to obtain the status, wealth and power of the bourgeosie.

Philistine – A person regarded as smugly narrow and conventional in his or her views and tactics, lacking in and indifferent to cultural and aethestic values, etc. Bourgeosie, materialistic.

Philosophy – World outlook, how one perceives, understands and interprets life in general; method of understanding world history, contradictions and the development of things.

Policy – The objectives and goals which a group/organization, state, nations, international organizations, set for itself, plus the means adopted towards the postulated goal.

Politics – A process by which the political and social decisions involving the organization of society are made. The method of solving contradictions.

Principles – The fundamental grounds on which a human being, organization, movement, course or concept stands. It’s basic aspects are expressed in terms of rules, codes, ethics, laws and statements of philosophical truths. This both explains all examined natural, social and universal spheres or guides human thoughts and actions toward transforming the world for the benefit of the human being.

Proletariat – Largest class which compromises the majority of the working classes. They must sell their labor power in order to survive. They represent the lowest level of the employed – low wages, less benefits and rights and little or no power or control over their working conditions, management and planning. It is the class that has the most to lose due to the advent of increased technology, automation and cybermation because they are being driven out of their jobs into the ranks of the unemployed. Marx classified them as the most potentially revolutionary class because of their sheer numbers as well as because of their social consciousness and needs, which are directly tied to the whole process of production.

Propaganda – The publicized activity by which the party or revolutionary organization politicizes the masses.

Purpose – The reason for being or doing.

Putchism – The negative tendency of comrades, particularly leadership, to jump into a situation issuing commands without any investigation as to the circumstances of the situation. A commandist and arrogant practice, lack of patience and understanding.

Pluralism – A theory of political power that views the government and legal system as natural institutions reflecting the majority interest and promoting promises between competing parties. Pluralists do not believe that political power is derived from wealth.

Racism – The philosophy and practice which pursues or condones the systemic oppression of another race because the race is believed inferior.

Reactionary – Characterized by tendencies towards backward and repressive political and social order and policy, supportive of the repressive status quo and those forces which oppose revolutionary change and which actively work to prevent or destroy any progressive movement, country, etc.

Rebellion – An attack upon existing authority by members of an oppressed group, usually with no intention on the part of the rebels to take state power. It is usually spontaneous.

Reformism – The amending and making of internal changes within a system, for example through the changing of laws, introducing and funding poverty programs for the people, without changing the whole system.

Revolt – An organized attempt to seize power, usually by a section of the armed forces without prior organization of the masses in struggle and without any clear set of social objectives.

Revolution – A complete and radical change from one social system to another. The violent and complete struggle waged by the people to rid themselves of an oppressive government and work towards a more progressive and humane society. This includes not only the political structure but also the philosophy and ideology, mode of production, relation of production as well as the spiritual and social mentality and outlook of society.

Revolutionary Army – An armed group of activists that arises from within and on the side of an oppressed group for the expressed prupose of carrying out the political tasks of a class or group, one of which is primarily to wage the armed struggle to eliminate the oppressors’ armed protection forces that are used to repress by any means necessary. The revolutionary thrust of the oppressed to liberate themselves and direct their own destiny toward new and greater human social relations among the oppressed and those who formally oppressed them. Thus, the Revolutionary Army is distinguished from conventional armies by its members’ consciousness of the army’s political tasks and its practice of democracy.

Retribution – A goal of imprisonment that seeks revenge against those who violated community norms, intended to make the prison experience harsh and punitive.

Self-consciousness – The capacity to reflect upon and learn from past experience and practice and out of these reflections develop programs and plans for the future.

Socialism – A social system where the means of production are owned collectively by the people through the state, where the basis for production is for the welfare of the people, not profit. The people are organized on all levels of society and play the active role in the management and decision making process. The peoples’ right to the basic necessities of life is protected, most social services such as education, health and child care are free. The people are represented by a people’s government who are dedicated to upholding the principles of society and serving the people and humanity, unselfishly, regardless of sacrifice and free from corruption. People work and contribute to soiety according to their ability and receive according to their needs and conditions. There is ownership of the means of production, industry, social services, etc. This is a society where the profit motive has been replaced with a concer for mankind.

Status quo – The present existing state of affairs, keeping things just as they are.

Subjection – Injecting one’s emotions, passions, feelings in analysis which results in the narrow, one-sided method of drawing conclusions by failing to take into account the entire situation and all of its relating factors.

Surplus – The values which the workers produce over and ocer and above the value of his labor, which powers capitalist profit.

Sexism – Institutional discrimination against persons on the basis of sex or gender.

Theory – Set of ideas, assumptions and principles upon which one attempts to prove a certain conclusion.

Totalitarianism – A repressive form of government where strict controls on all aspects of life are imposed upon society and the regime in power has total and complete authority and say-so.

Truth – The laws that determine how a thing works; objective reality; revolution is an effort to discover or create truth, not to prove what is true.

United Front – Long term alliance of social classes and groups; women, youth, workers; cultural, regional, political; on a clear cut political program.

Succumb – To give way to superior force, to just die.

 

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Infiltration Through DNA

The author's intention is to help educate about, as well as dispel the institutionalized racist propaganda and treatment of billions of human beings who have been marginalized in this country and world, where they suffer from an inferiority complex based on a systematic indoctrination of race inferiority, under colonialism. The title “Infiltration through DNA” was chosen because of the historical dynamics and contradictions that surround the human race under colonialism throughout this nation and world.

  • Author: Mutope Duguma
  • Published: 2017-02-21 22:50:14
  • Words: 13962
Infiltration Through DNA Infiltration Through DNA