A dead organism. Illusion thinks it is possible to get fairness from someone who, without provocation, decided you didn't deserve it and, without remorse, repentance and restitution, says you now have fairness. Getting promises from the virus in the form of written legal laws certainly does not improve the fundamentals of life. Why not?
Because you can't expect a virus to change its logic via a legal law and then not use all the rest of its racist logic to enforce and adjudicate the law. Secondly you can't live by the logic you get from racists and expect to not harm yourself. Racism won't go anywhere until virus logic goes away. Meanwhile the people are determined to hold onto racist logic forever.
Racist societies keep plainly saying, while frothing at the mouth, “We're taking our country back - By God!” Why are Africans still worshiping a white male God?
Why are Africans basing spiritual logic on a book written by white males? Since when does a white male god create more black folks than white folks and more women then men?
Perhaps that God used images from an alien Creator somewhere? Africans, do you still not yet know who you are?
"Those piles of ruins which you see in that narrow valley watered by the Nile, are the remains of opulent cities, the pride of the ancient kingdom of Ethiopia. ... There a people, now forgotten, discovered while others were yet barbarians, the elements of the arts and sciences. A race of men now rejected from society for their sable skin and frizzled hair, founded on the study of the laws of nature, those civil and religious systems which still govern the universe."If we choose worldviews that conflict with our African nature, things must fall apart and be chaotic all along the way of doing so. Choose the higher-self, the African Utamawazo and the Optimal Context. Human life and existence is an African Safari in the Spiritshere.
From ”Ethiopia and the Origin of Civilization” By John G. Jackson (1939)
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