Reciprocal World


We live in a reciprocal world, when one takes or fails to take actions, there are consequences. Black people seem to think that they can fail to do certain things, maintain certain mindsets and stand for themselves solely and there is no cycle of returns. This is a serious issue especially seeing that Western society is becoming openly hostile and xenophobic again. People who hadn’t planned and prepared for stormy weather are now scarred they might get caught in the rain.

The problems we see today is the result of a lack of foundations been laid out. Having white people and other non-blacks holding the keys to black youths education, employment, media and political representation was always going to a be a recipe for disaster.

I’m am going to be brutally honest when I put it here. The world is reciprocal. All these old black people who have failed to create a durable, stable community will meet their destruction whether in life or having their legacy tarnished in death. Everybody knows the saying ‘you reap what you sow’ so why is it the older generations are shaking in their boots at the sight of Brexit, Trump and the like? Do they not see that the world is reciprocal, one must also realise this white man that these blacks idolise, follow religiously and deem as the ‘standard’ are going to receive a terrible backlash as their numbers and influence wanes. A major problem also arises for young black people, our elders have failed, how can we repair this? Do we want to be caught up in the fate they shall receive? The older generations by and large are not even trying to recognise what hasn’t been done, they want to be faultless for what has occurred. We cannot continue to follow this pattern or else will we go down with the ship, we are going to have to deal with the mess left behind by our predecessors. The time for consequences is now, the easy access to housing, easy access to training for blue-collar work, government jobs and other factors that have helped older generations are going into permanent hibernation for the youth. We have to deal with the reciprocal nature of the world.

The fear, the mistakes, the hopelessness of the older generations must be booted to the curb. The white support structure that funded the prolonged weakened state of black families is drawing to a close. The reciprocal world around us is doing as it has always done. It’s time for us to plant new seed so they can sprout into a rainforest and not a bunch of dried up weeds. The focus on morality, ideology and mentality must be accompanied by a drive to gain the tangibles which can easily transform those aspects for the masses. The foundations, the physical ones, must be met and can no longer continuously be ignored.



  1. stevetoussaint · December 2, 2016

    Glad to see you back brotha Afrika, we definitely a code of ethics, morals and values to combat white hegemony and maintain a self governing Society of our own SEPARATE from Europeans and their detrimental Geno-culture that negatively impacts Afrikan minds and livelyhood. Afrikan Centered Biological Nationalism has to be the IDEOLOGY for Afrikans the world over or else we will face the same fate as the baby boomer generation before us.

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  2. AfriKaNeedsToOwnItsResources · December 3, 2016

    Previous generations have utterly failed what they were supposed to do. Many are still trying to integrate with these whites even though now they are been purged. My article was about how the elders are currently and will continue to face repercussions for what has occurred. Problem is it will impact their children (us).

    Human capital should be the focus, which is the basis of economics, even prior to having money (although money is needed). Until we pinpoint the money makers, the inventors, the skilled people, the opportunists and put money into their hands to generate economic change (jobs), we will be stuck in this regressive position. This can’t just be an ideology backed by nothing. We must show we aren’t like these pseudo-nationalists like previous generations. Black people might not be the richest people but we even a fraction of blacks have more than enough to support our youth in their attempts to create jobs. We have to fund black job makers so they make jobs for those that fund them. Having and ideology with no tangibles is pointless it was one of many things that the older generations did.

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  3. Kushite Prince · December 6, 2016

    “The problems we see today is the result of a lack of foundations been laid out. Having white people and other non-blacks holding the keys to black youths education, employment, media and political representation was always going to a be a recipe for disaster.”
    This statement is very true on so many levels. The civil rights era failed the black collective. They destroyed the minds of our people by pushing integration with our open enemy. There will be hell to pay. But I’m not all gloom and doom. I still think we can survive the rough days ahead. But it will take a collective effort and we need to change the slave mentality.

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  4. stevetoussaint · December 7, 2016

    This is a random question brotha but I have to ask, are the San people Botswana mixed? They are most definitely outside the color spectrum unlike the San of Namibia so I want to understand the reason behind that.

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    • AfriKaNeedsToOwnItsResources · December 13, 2016

      Sorry for taking so long to answer I’ve had a lot of things to sort out.

      Yeah many of them are multiracial at this point but definitely not all. You must remember they have had close contact with Europeans for a very long time. Since the 1600’s Europeans have encroached on their territory namely the Dutch, Portuguese, Germans and British. Add to that the fact that the the coloured multiracial populations are descendants of mixed Bushmen and Europeans as well as partially East and Southeast Asian slaves.

      Looking at the spiced up media images of San people and and then Trevor Noah their skin colour appears to be the exact same. There is zero biological chance of those San been original if their mixed descendants are the same colour. They had to have been darker and when you look at the photographs from the turn of the 19th century into the early 20th century it confirms this. Add to the fact many other groups of Bushmen such the Nama (who are darker skinned on average) had admitted sections of their population has mixed ancestry. The average San person was noted as been lighter skinned (copper brown skin like Gabriel Union) but not a light skin.

      Most of them are not. Just google them and you can see even by the Europeans biased lenses they aren’t as light as a the few on Nat Geo.

      One must research. The San are one of many ‘Bushmen’ click speakers. They are located largely in Namibia, in the Kalahari Desert. They are the lightest of them on average. They like all Afrikan groups originate in East Afrika. On top of that the region they are from was invaded by Southeast Asians thousands of years ago, hence places like Madagascar show the remnants.

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    • AfriKaNeedsToOwnItsResources · December 13, 2016

      These people are mostly brown skin. I am as dark as their average colour and I ain’t been called light skin ever only brown skin.

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    • AfriKaNeedsToOwnItsResources · December 19, 2016

      One thing I have noticed is 95% of people who mention the San people or ignorantly ‘bushmen’ have never even seen a picture of them and are going of straight up hearsay. A serious disrespect to these people. Even on Google search most photos do not portray a light skin people at all, this is when you see people stretch the definition of light skin to include people nominally called brown skin. I have witnessed people comment on YouTube that Nelson Mandela and Martin Luther King were light skin people. Hell no.

      Additionally San people are one of several click speakers, who predate people with Bantu speakers arrival. The click speakers span from South Afrika to Somalia. All EXCEPT for the San are dark skin with kinky hair. Even the largest Khoi-Kwadi speaking group, the Nama of Namibia are very dark skin, with chink eyes, kinky hair and they also have a known history of racial admixture.

      Here’s pictures of other click speakers of Southwest Afrika

      The Nama people of Namibia (also known as Hottentot and Khoi Khoi)

      The Damara people of Namibia

      Tjimba people of Angola (although they have adopted a lot of Himba traits)

      These people have had significant contact with whites over the past 400 years. It has intensified since the genetic discovery of them containing the highest rates of haplogroup A the earliest unmutated male lineage. Add to that their use in Eurocentric propaganda their contact and the amount who have been Christianised is the vast majority. They have all, other than the groups Angola, at one point lived under apartheid in their own reservations. They are not pure and untainted by any means but European ‘scientists’ have promoted these lies since pinpointing them as the ‘Capoid race’ in the late 1800’s.


    • AfriKaNeedsToOwnItsResources · December 19, 2016

      In terms of historical contact.

      They have been under direct European domination for at least 350 years that is older than the USA. The coloured and other mixed populations of Southern Afrika are children of the San people and European colonisers as well as East, Southeast Asian and Malagasy slaves. All DNA tests, even with the European political spin, have proven this. Remember 99.9% of the people who identify with the coloured identity is based on gene expression, no one drop rule.

      The British official ‘end’ of chattel slavery in 1833 covered three areas of the world; the British West Indies, Canada and the Cape of Good Hope (Southern Afrika). This disposes of two important myths, Canada been a place of sanctuary for escaped Afrikans from the USA (remember the British and Portuguese were leaders of slavery not white Americans) and that the San people we see today are representative of time immemorial. The San actually had prolonged exposure and were disproportionately enslaved in Southern Afrika by the Dutch and British. They are the remaining ethnicity of several click speakers who were eradicated, genocided by Europeans. The very Southwest of modern South Afrika was not even penetrated by Bantu speakers in the 1600’s when the Portuguese first arrived. Almost all slaves in the Cape of Good Hope were San people.

      What I am still waiting for is why hasn’t this been also recorded in genetic tests on modern San people? Why aren’t DNA tests picking this up. Clearly the DNA results we get are cooked up for the public. Much of it defies known and recorded history which brings up serious queries.


  5. stevetoussaint · December 13, 2016

    I’m definitely gonna do more research and I understand that you were busy.

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