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|Why Africans Must Learn To Resolve Issues Without Conflicts by 9jatriot(m): 9:37pm On May 09|
Go to any part of Africa including Nigeria and what you will find will be a nation that has either been out war, in war or in the process of moving into a war. In countries where there are no full blown war, you will find armed conflicts within that country.
The reason is not far fetched. Africans have been told that the only war to resolve issues is to show aggression and the person shown this aggression will more than likely return with aggression and the result is a conflict.
All armed conflicts require guns and ammunitions, none of which is produced by these Africans that partake in these conflicts. Most of the countries that produce weapons are either in Europe or in the US, but these countries are not at war and will never be at war at anytime soon. So imagine if Africa was as peaceful as they are and then war zones in Asia are also as peaceful then of course those companies will have no customers and will die as a result of low patronage, so you see why those who benefit from war are not those who fight the war.
Robust alternative way of conflict resolutions have to be adopted in order to find lasting solutions to exist peacefully.
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|Re: Why Africans Must Learn To Resolve Issues Without Conflicts by 2elliot: 11:51pm On May 09|
The problem of the black man is that we lack civilization. Until a group of black men can come together and succeed in creating our own civilized society, then every other black man will continue to fail. No matter how we succeed as civilised individuals in our respective field and we failed to bring harmony all of that into a single purpose, we won't go anywhere. The Americans, Britain and all civilized countries did not succeed on individual dreams, but a collective and purpose driven dreams.
And again, the truth is, we have been exposed to savagery by our colonisers and even our ancestors before, during and after colonisation. And that savagery is embedded in us. We lack a model to escape from that curse. So, until we can find in a group of black men who are purged of that savagery, we can not break that jinx individually. We just need a single black civilised and enlightened society to set that standard. France, America, British and all colonizers know this truth, that is why they will not allow any group of black men that have a single voice trying to break this jinx. They are not threatened by individual successes, but like the tower of babel, unity of purpose among men can do the impossible.
|Re: Why Africans Must Learn To Resolve Issues Without Conflicts by 9jatriot(m): 9:03am On May 10|
Is this a subject you have studied in-depth because I seem to admire your submission.
|Re: Why Africans Must Learn To Resolve Issues Without Conflicts by 9jatriot(m): 9:36am On May 12|
Central African security forces on Monday got hold of a Frenchman who was holding significant military effects at his home.
The man identified as Juan Rémy Quignolot of French nationality and aged 55 was arrested at his home by the police.
It was during a search of his home in Bangui that a large arsenal of war was discovered.
The Frenchman's arrest was confirmed by the security council of President Faustin Touadéra, Valery Zakharov.
“A foreign citizen was arrested in Bangui today with a huge amount of weapons and ammunition. An investigation is underway and the circumstances need to be clarified, ”Russian Valery Zakharov announced in a tweet.
According to local media, the suspect who introduced himself as a journalist is one of the former trainers of the fighters of the former rebel Seleka coalition.
An investigation is underway.
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