Dr Chancellor Williams writes in The Destruction of Black Civilisation an interesting narrative compelling enough which, once well understood, could explain many aspects of the African continent past and recent misfortunes. One particularly refers to what Black Africans thought of the white man represented in their subconscious and spectrum of beliefs, this before the latter settled in the land and transformed their lives forever. Williams reflects on some great African nations/empires of the past which prospered by among other things keeping at bay the white man. For example, the Mossi did not admit any settlement of foreigners in their territory. Mossi people believed that when the first white man appeared in the land the nation would die.
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