*******europeans ONLY differed from afrikans in relation to exposure and acceptance to semitic thought. *******
And fast forward to the present and it is clear that much of our folly derives from our exposure and acceptance to semitic thought.
See, the problem is that once something is acceptance as divinely authoritative, there is no reasoning...no deliberation...no analysis. It is "God's law".
As we have become detached from our indigenous surroundings (technology contributes towards this detachment), we then align towards external dictations (commands - as in Ten Commandments) rather than internal instincts and other natural awareness. This is my definition of semitic thought/doctrine.
Regardless if a culture was considered "pagan" or not, there appears to be more evidence (historical, observational and experiental) that shows a greater propensity toward oppression of groups of humans that is related to the oppressing group's acceptance and implementation of 'divine worthiness rankings' (hierarchy) which positions a male deity as supreme...be it zoroastrianism or abrahamicism or otherwise.
As seshata brought up with his rastafarianism/illuminati reasoning, and as seen by 'semitic protectionists' we can clearly see that hinging on semitic ideology is practically ALWAYS the crux of disagreements on this board and amongst those seeking natural/afrikan/indigenous livity.
This board is but a microcosm of the issues that face us as a people.
Divide and conquer is a Semitic ideology that Europeans adopted NOT originated.
Remember, folks always say how the european did not originate anything...so why now give them credit for chosenism/hierarchy/oppression/inferiority-implementations???
Again, non-semitic worldview is the original overstanding that is shared by pre-colonized/pre-invaded/pre-coverted unexposed to outsider human beings.
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