I am not a Negro. I am a Bantu of the Buja Nation, of the Royal Nyamakwere lineage. You sir, have exposed yourself to be even more two-dimensional than the pages from where you get your insight into "Africa".
Have you read any of these writers?
Alex la Guma
Tsitsi Dangarembga ( I have had the priviledge of meeting her and talking to her about her book)
Ngugi wa Thiongo
Do you any of these film makers?
Djibril Diop Mambety
Have you heard the music of these
When you have been exposed to such enlightened persons, then my Khemitic-dreaming friend- you and me could be on the same planet.
Oh, and I take it your absolute refusal to reply in an African language is proof that you don't know any except the one translated from the Rosetta Stone and doesn't have vowels.
Shamwari, ungonyadza kwazvo!!!!!
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