Reply with quote #1
Based on the discussions we have been having in the other thread relative to the Arab slave trade predominantly in post-Ghadaffy Libya, and in the other Arab countries mentioned in that thread, I am of the opinion that we (most Black African Nations) should endeavor to embrace the state of ISREAL more closely in terms relative to human, and national developments that have eluded us since the period in which "independence" from the colonizers was granted.
Why? Because the enemy of my enemy should be my friend, logically-speaking, of-course. That "tiny" Jewish nation has endured all kinds of hateful recourse by dem A-rabs through wars and other violent means, and she is still standing tall, and will NEVER be defeated through their strong determination to exist as a nation, since biblical times when Moses led them out of Egypt where they were enslaved, just like the sub-Saharan black Africans are presently being re-enslaved in the twenty-first century. We must cultivate and inculcate the notion that since the Jewish Zionists have borne the brunt of slavery, and genocide, they, in turn, would NEVER attempt to repeat that pattern against us. I hope I am NOT wrong in this estimation. Israel is technologically very advanced for her size and population, and the Jews are very adept, and endowed in the creation of wealth, personally, and nationally. We can learn a thing or two from being friends with them. Where has our support for the A-rab course taken us? Being brutalized, enslaved, and roasted alive on poles like barbecuing a pig? Is that is where? Thus, we must re-direct our collective focus and encourage those folks who have gone through these kinds of experiences, and have vowed that NEVER AGAIN would they go through that kind of inhumanity. We must seek their help in making the same vow through our own indigenous determination through a governance structure that should be mindful of precluding this imposed inhumanity on our race. Many years ago on Saro fora I advocated for this stance to be taken by us in sub-Saharan Africa. I am here again to reinforce this advocacy. I hope y'alls are game enough.