posted on Feb, 5 2013 @ 11:52 AM
Originally posted by HomoSapiensSapiens
reply to post by skalla
I merely want the advancement of the African peoples and African countries. It infuriates me that I am part of a people which is seen as not being
greatly advanced. I therefore advocate the great advancement of such a people and their lands and societies and technologies. Why should the African
not be at the forefront of scientific research? Why should he not be at the forefront of medical research? Why should he not be churning out advanced
technologies fashioned by his great intellect?
Traditions of ancient ancestors are of no use for the African people - hence why I do not understand why so many African people cling irrationally to
tribal nonsense and whatnot.
dude get over this idea of separation - dont you see many white people engaged in tribalism? if you dont you just need to open your eyes - eg:
cathoilic versus protestant, the english against the french, football yobs fighting each other, any number of european wars etc etc i could go
a couple of weeks ago on bbc breakfast news there was an article about graphene (sp?), one of the most amazing of new technologies, and who was the
main guy from the team there to talk about it? a very erudite scientist from africa, thats who.
and also - is tribal society neccessarily bad - i would argue that it is not, neccessarily.
do modern cities and technological "progress" etc always equal great benefits in every way? dont be daft!
if you want to know why africans are in your words "seen as not being greatly advanced", then firstly that must have something do do with your own
and secondly - are there other reasons? - well if you cant see the negative influence of history, in which the wonderfully civilised west has played a
major role, then i suggest that you go back to the history books and stay there for a long time, sorry
can you really not see any of this
edit on 5-2-2013 by skalla because: ytop