Many are oblivious to how those of Diaspora have fought to regain our heritage, nationality and uniqueness as African descendants in a foreign raciest land. Africans have turned their backs on the Ancestors and African Spirituality for a slave religion of confusion and bondage. Yet, most see themselves as a free people. However, many cannot see that all that they were; that their way of life, the constitutions of the Ancestors were broken down; their culture was altered and replaced by their Britishcolonizers and a Western slave religion was built upon the ruins that left only those essentials of the pennants of the culture that identifies them as African.
It explains the troubled mindsets of those Ghanaians, how their religion and politics play a large portion keeping Ghanaians in darkness and chaos with petty mind controlling issues that has never been dealt with. In the richest Continent in the World, Africans live in squalor, poverty and lack. The schools are inadequate unsafe, unhealthful/unsanitary; dilapidated, unmaintained structures with urnals/squats, open sewers, and lawlessness prevail.
Many Diasporas remain silent and perhaps for good cause. The general consensus of injustices and perhaps a fear of backlash from Ghanaians in positions of power welding a big stick of autocracy, siding with fellow Ghanaians whether right or wrong, has caused some to withdraw into seclusion. If they were lucky enough to purchase land without having to pay for it two or three times from multiple family members looking to make a few more Cedis, to build a home on land of which they will never own, they have freed themselves from greedy, unjust lawless landlords. However, must still deal with dysfunctional and disorganized entities, royalty, vendors, taxis and people from all walks of life they must adjust to.
At government hospitals, we are charged three times more than a Ghanaian. As one would expect, the way we are treated in the States is an indication of the treatment received from the US Embassy. Those who are financially blessed perhaps agree to conditions of government red tape, gouging, colonial and tribal ignorance’s that supersede the raciest restraints, lawful protections (such as it is) and injustices one would experience in the United States trying to live as a “Black” man to set up a business. Yet, setting up a business in the States is easier because of set guidelines and consumer protection agencies, etc.
We all pay hiked up fees just to live in our homeland. And most often fines because perhaps a worker missed something or there is no official operations manual that would give one the consistency needed to reduce the amount of financial traps implemented at someone’s whim.
I reference the United States because this is where I was raised; in a raciest country of people who merely tolerated us simply because they used us to build the country; they plagiarized and used our advanced technology; the teachings of our Ancestors and many stolen inventions from us that was used as a means to outsource our usefulness.
The Constitution of the United States never accorded us US Citizenship, freedom or inclusion. Pretty much like Ghana and other African countries controlled by outdated British Colonialism, in particularly, the outdated Immigration Laws. They have no place for us and are at a loss as to what to do with us. Why that should even be a consideration, since we are Africans is preposterous, raciest and unjust. Why Ghana or Africa should have to Gear Up to be morally correct to receive those of Diaspora is just mind blowing.
We remain slaves in a perpetual 400 year bondage prophesied in Torah and the books of the Prophets. This prophetic bondage continues through the year 2018. Therefore, we have continued on tangents trying to be “equal”. EQUAL TO WHAT? EQUAL TO WHOM?
Priestess El Ahora Yah Asantewaa, aka
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