Wednesday, 14 December 2011


Caucasoids in general have an inferiority complex in the world position. If they were secure with their alleged superiority, they would not have to shout it out loud to the world so often and so loudly. When a people fell called upon to repeatedly announce their superiority to the world, it is suspected that behind all their pretence they do not believe it as much as they want people to believe they do. In contrast, if the same people believe in the inferiority of the rest of the world, its people and its cultures, they would not have to spend so much time trying to prove their point. When we look at the chronology of world history we discover that the first real show of European literacy intelligence surfaced around 1250 B.C. with the publication of the two books of folklore, the odyssey and the Iliad, credited to an author named Homer, who we have little information about. At this point let me introduce to you the position of the caucsoids in the field of Philosophy. To begin with, Philosophy is not a European word! Whence the two books of folklore credited to Homer were definitely not authored by him since the little we know about him is that he was a Greek. More about how the Greek philosophy was borrowed from the Africans from what is today called Egypt, either directly or indirectly in a somewhat detailed manner can be found in George G. M. James’ book, “The Stolen Legacy”.
A History of The New Modern World by R. R. Palmer and Joel Colton tells us that “Europeans were by no means the pioneers of human civilization”. Half of man’s recorded history had passed before anyone in Europe could read or write. The priests of Egypt began to keep written records between 4000 and 3000 B.C. but more than 2000 years later, the poems of Homer were still being circulated in Greek city states by word of mouth. Shortly after 3000 B.C. while the Pharaohs were building the first pyramids, Europeans were creating nothing more than huge garbage heaps until after 2000 B.C., Europe was still under a Neolithic or New Stone age. This was in truth a great age in man’s history, the age in which man learned to make and use sharp tools, weave cloth, build living quarters, domesticate animals, plant seeds, harvest crops, and sense the returning cycles of months and years. The Near East -- Egypt, the Euphrates and the Tigris valley, the Island of Crete and the shores of the Aegean Sea (which belonged more to Asia than to Europe) – had reached and passed the Neolithic 2000 years before Europe.
Europeans finally got themselves together and created the semblance of what could today be referred to as a state or a nation – they made a glaring discovery. Europe could not furnish them with enough food to properly feed them or enough material to properly cloth them. They began to look at the more developed part of the world. Soon they would find a rationale for their initial military aggression under the young Macedonian Greek known as Alexander the great. He would invade North Africa in the year 332 B.C. following the invasions from Western Asia by Assyrians in 666 B.C. The invasions left the Africans crying out to God to send them a liberator or a conqueror with some mercy. As a conqueror, he did what the conquerors do. He raided the granaries of Egypt to feed his soldiers and his armies continued the bastardisation of Egypt that started with the western Asian invasion of 1675 B.C. whose forced co-habitation with the women changed the population and the cultural temperature of the declining Nile Valley civilization.