Re: THE HIDDEN KINGDOM OF AFRICA " KINGDOM OF LADO
Posted By: lado In Response To: Re: THE HIDDEN KINGDOM OF AFRICA " KINGDOM OF LADO (lado)
Date: Thursday, 9 November 2006, at 4:50 a.m.
In Response To: Re: THE HIDDEN KINGDOM OF AFRICA " KINGDOM OF LADO (lado)
THE SILENT BREEZE OF LADO -- continues from last thread
The name Sudan is being wrongly used,it doesn’t reflect the Social–Identity of people . Anyhow, the name Sudan in a broad sense, refers in Arabic terms of languages to blacks of Africa , south of Sahara desert, in a vast extending area covering up the belt from the Western African Coast of Atlantic Ocean to the East African Coast
of Indian Ocean.Within this belt Region / Territoy,there have been, as history narrates, human beings who lived in an organised social way of life in this geographical areas giving rise to Nations/Countries/States or Kingdoms.
The fall of the World’s Super power,the Pharaohnic Rule, collapsed definitely with the rising kingdoms of the North Africa: Egypt being divided into three kingdoms of Upper, Middle and Lower and the Nuba people who fought along side
the people of Lado chose to settle around the foot hills of Mt. Nuba Territory, thus becoming kingdom of Nuba. Together with the kingdom of Makuria they formed the Kingdoms of North Sudan. The Lado people moved onto settle on the foot
hills of the mountain, which they named Mt. Lado in 687 B.C. lying in the Sudan - the Central Africa, with the southern tip end of Territory extending up to Lake Ombizako (a name in Lui language of Lado), today called “Lake Albert
“ in a foreign language. The war lords and the rich Ottomans decided to invade the areas of Territory, south of Sahara desert (Sudan), of which according to the Ottomans, belonged to and was the property of the Territory of Egypt.
In 1821, the Ottoman empire’s invasion. The Turco-Eggyptian occupation, as it was later called, was to plunder the blacks, south of Sahara desert (Sudan), of their gold, ivory, timber and other natural resources . The occupying forces, enslaved millions of South Sudan black populations, who were then sold to the Arabian, American and European slave traders. An unattractive trade, as history records it as an awful dreadful Economic policies
adopted by these slave traders in the entire civilisation of human race.
In fact, and through out, mankind had to put an end to this horrible trade. But surely, all in all, the western world, the so called colonial powers, played once again another dominant role in a different way, by using language pattern
skills to do exactly what the Ottomans started, and that was to bring the whole territories of the Ottoman conquest under their domain.
Destroy the Nation-Country-State and kingdoms, divide the land territories and give to them foreign names and let the people not know of their way of living, tell them, that they are not civilised in their way of life in a direction
of education and use the same people to plunder the natural resources from their lands , yes, the truth is that, the same blacks remained slaves on their own land ; having lost territorial integrity.
The interpretation of Berlin Treaty!
The Berlin treaty of 26th. Feb.1885 in history opened the chapter for this matter of the colonisation of Africa. The article 6 of the treaty is very clear on this issue. The Central- Africa (Lado) remained the biggest problem ever,
since from 1885 till to date, because in a broad legal sense Lado people as a Nation-State, refused and still rejects to sign to the former colonial and to the present forces who aspire still for the overall legitimate control of this Central Africa-Lado. That means Lado has not been
colonised by any foreign forces in accordance to the Berlin treaty as such. The Belin treaty is still in force as there has not yet been another treaty signed to nullify the Berlin conference which established the treaty itself, thus to cancel it. The Colonial powers and the present proxy forces know more about this , but unfortunately, it seems most African community members of States of today may or may not care to know of this fact. Thus living the Lado issue to dissolve in nulla. Up to now, there has still been no present African Nation-State as such , who has at least courage to put to the International community (such as U.N) the challenge of the illegality of the Berlin treaty and its implications. Probably, there is a definite answer to that, when the present modern States acquired their so called, independences from the colonial powers in the most absurd incomprehensible way, they only favoured for a
second time, the application of the implication of the Berlin treaty. All in all , with few exceptions, African modern State/Country leaders , obeyed to sign to live and exist under the power Authority of the foreign powers, especially in international and internal decisions makings . In international relations, these countries have no Capacity to decide and therefore no Sovereignty.
This is the reason why these independent modern African Nations/Countries find themselves in difficulties to raise the issue of Lado affairs at an International conference for discussions.
Independence and freedom for Lado is to be established according to the provisions of the United Nations Charter as yet.
Where is Lado and her people in Africa now?
Please – See the coming thread
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