"NOW WHEN WILL THE EUROPEAN SETTLERS REPATRIATE TO EUROPE?"
Great question. I tried to raise this same topic with a brother from the Caribbean some months back and it almost turned into a fight. What I said was that Africans in America and the Caribbean have more right to be there than some 'white' pirates and that while some may be working out thier plans to return to Africa, others should be working just as hard (if not harder) at establishing an autonomous and viable African community where they were.
From the time I said these words, the vibe changed, the man blew up and accused me being at the service of a strategy that was devised to deny diaspora Africans the right to repartriate to Africa.
Yes, Africa is our original home, but, since we were the first on this planet, this whole Earth is also our home and, since so much of our resources, knowledge and sweat went into creating the 'wealth' that pirates are now living off, then yes, we also have a right still to go where we please. We have a right to go where the ones who stole our wealth retreated to. This is an answer to those who ask why Africans are leaving the continent to come into europe or amerikkka. We are not here because the people are so beautiful that we have to be as close to them as we can, and we are not here for hand-outs. We are here because our stolen wealth is here. And if we decide to stay, we are well within our rights (on ALL levels). Who does'nt like being around us can go back down the ice-caves THIER ancestors crawled up out of. They can rest assured, we will not be following them down THERE (well, not a lot of us anyway).
Wisdom and Strength.
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