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African Manifesto

   Ethnicity &   Economic Independence


Africans worldwide are products of their respective communities as results of Slavery and Colonialism. Due to these two events, they have lost their ethnicity and economic means of survival. Which has produced societies that have benefited and others whom have suffered. Those that are benefiting are European descendants, on the other hand, Africans are suffering. The purpose of this Manifesto is to identify these losses  by offering  feasible methods of  embracing ethnicity as well as doable  alternatives for economic development  to these respective communities.

 Conversely, it is only fitting for them to embrace their own concepts, which are Ethnicity and Economics Self-Sufficiency. This is jointly with a declaration of Policies, Aims along with Objectives combined with Philosophies to formulate feasible solutions in addressing today's socioeconomic issues.

Mindfully, these concepts will be working silently in the background without interfering with established organizations and their related activities. Moreover, there must be a serious effort to network these concepts. Let's pause to take a quick glimpse into today's contemporary world. Which reflects, losing their Ethnicity but also becoming dedicated consumers depending on other cultures for their goods and services. At the same time, African countries are spectators watching their exports being processed into finished commodities outside of the continent. To add insult to injury these commodities are imported  back  at extravagant prices without any country receiving full economic benefits. For the most part, individuals buy any and everything sparked by relentless marketing campaigns. This is without owning or controlling any of these industries.

Before these communities can make significant progress, Its history has to be clearly understood from their own perspective. It is of utmost urgency to learn successes, as well as failures in today's contemporary world. This Manifesto intent is not to identify these historical events for information sakes alone. Contrarily, these specific moments must be identified in order to formulate feasible solutions to address today's cleverly hidden economic dilemmas. It's sufficed to say, in unity, there is strength. Africa is a continent with over one thousand micro nations (more often known as Tribes.) Today, its people are scattered worldwide fighting individual battles within their respective communities.

Obviously, in order to solve a problem it has to be clearly understood. Therefore, it's impossible to present feasible solutions without having a clear understanding of Arab, European along with African history. It is sufficed to say the world reflects five centuries of western domination. For this purpose, each of these centuries' history will be presented, which have mostly affected Africans. Beginning with the Conquest of Ceuta (August 22,  1415) and ended with World War II in 1945. That will continue up to today's contemporary world. In order to give a complete analysis a brief outline of ancient and medieval history will also be presented.

This will be followed by the  European conquest that will be  categorized into five centuries beginning with Portgual and Spain's conquest in the 1400s up to abolishing slavery in  the 1800s and ending with World War II.