Indictment of Religion
“The Indictment of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam for Cultural, Spiritual, Economic, and Human Genocide of Africans”
“What is Genocide?
It is the intentional action to destroy a people (usually defined as an ethnic, national, racial, or religious group) in whole or in part. The hybrid word “genocide” is a combination of the Greek word génos (“race, people”) and the Latin suffix -cide (“act of killing”). The United Nations Genocide Convention, which was established in 1948, defines genocide as “acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnic, racial or religious group”.
Lemkin defined genocide as follows:
“Generally speaking, genocide does not necessarily mean the immediate destruction of a nation, except when accomplished by mass killings of all members of a nation. It is intended rather to signify a coordinated plan of different actions aiming at the destruction of essential foundations of the life of national groups, with the aim of annihilating the groups themselves. The objectives of such a plan would be the disintegration of the political and social institutions, of culture, language, national feelings, religion, and the economic existence of national groups, and the destruction of the personal security, liberty, health, dignity, and even the lives of the individuals belonging to such groups.”
“Until the lions have their own historians, the history of the hunt will always glorify the hunter”. – Source Chinua Achebe of Nigeria
“In a 1994 interview in The Paris Review, Mr. Achebe spoke of “the danger of not having your own stories”:
There is that great proverb — that until the lions have their own historians, the history of the hunt will always glorify the hunter. That did not come to me until much later. Once I realized that, I had to be a writer. I had to be that historian. It’s not one man’s job. It’s not one person’s job. But it is something we have to do, so that the story of the hunt will also reflect the agony, the travail — the bravery, even, of the lions.” –
History has not been fair to Africa at all. Why? Well, it is because in the case of Africa, the ‘hunter’ (European Colonialists), is the one recording the tales of the hunt and even in the few cases where the hunted – Africans – have been able to produce a historian, the hunter decides how the tales of the hunt must be recorded. So it makes sense to say history has been one-sided in most parts in favor of the hunter. The ancient documents which could help re-write history are no-where to be found; and those who have taken it upon themselves to record history again, have turned history into a “scientific” experiment brainwashing the masses with newfound ideas.
Much has been written about African people, our origin, our ancestry, our culture, our traditions, and our history by others who claim to be ‘experts’ on Africans without consulting us. Africans have been brainwashed, brain-stained, miseducated, indoctrinated, and mentally enslaved by Eurocentrism, where Europe and Europeans (Whites) are the center of the universe. Everything is looked at through the prism of European conquest, history, spirituality, and might by the gun.
“The history of European invasion and colonization praises Europeans because they wrote all of it. From their perspective, Africans are “inferior”, “indigenous”, and needed a white man to be their “savior”.
Our rivers, mountains, even our ancestors were apparently “discovered” by European colonizers. They named the rivers, the mountains, the falls after their heroes. How do you discover other people? Or discover a river or a mountain that native people had been using for generations?
It goes to show you that whoever write the history of “hunt”, will praise themselves. Till today, this is the same history that African children still learn in schools. Our education is so Europeanized that by the time we finish high school, we know more about Europe than Africa.”- Didier Champion
The Abrahamic religions – Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, have accused Africans of being criminals deserving of enslavement and the death penalty. Enslavement of African people, black people, started about 2,500 years ago, coupled with genocide that continues today in various forms. The death penalty has been carried out in different ways on every continent of the world where Black people find themselves.
This abuse of black people termed racism is much in the news with different groups looking for mind-pleasing explanations and quick solutions. Yes, the people who have perpetuated the crime f enslavement and exploitation would like to see this go away without looking at the root case and finding a permanent solution for it.
Black people in particular, have to come to terms with these institutions that have created a lot of misery for them because we are the ones who hold on tenacious to them as our ‘culture’ and are afraid to let go.
Anti-Black writings began about 700 BC when, according to the Old Testament or Tanakh were written by Jewish Rabbis and used by Christians, when the Israelites waged wars of extermination against the black people in the so-called “Promised Land” for being idolaters or pagans. It has continued to our day by Arab Islam and European Christianity. Besides physical genocide – an actual taking of Africans lives – we have suffered mental genocide, cultural genocide, economic and spiritual genocide. All these forms of violent assault on us continue to this day without let-up.
This book points to the root cause of anti-Black racism which gave rise to the genocide against African people by Jews, Arabs and Europeans during this past 2.500 years. It points a finger to the so-called ‘Great Religions’ of the world – Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Only when the world that is in the grip and control of these religions realize it can we end racism.
Book Review of Indictment
As a 40-something US citizen and Southern Baptist Christian, I was curious on what this book contained. Doubtful on how large an impact it would make, I began to read it. Page after page, I found my mind blown away as the content chipped away at every fiber of my prior teachings. I became enlightened, confused, and ever more saddened by the lost history and false history that lies within the cells of my being and plays out in various character-dissecting forms.
All praise to the author for recognizing the grossly overlooked need to formulate this narrative to breathe new life into African ancestry from an applied-lies perspective.
I have chosen to read this history in very slow waves as I find myself choked up after learning new facts and unraveling rage as some of the gems of African religious practices are relayed. While I have yet to complete the book, I am sure that digestion will fuel more hunger to identify and reclassify my life as it is.
Thank you for this uber important work. The sponge in me salutes the griot in you.