Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Like Abubakari II, African Leaders Can Retire And Pursue Knowledge Too

Abubakari II was a Malian emperor who ruled in the 14th century. He discovered America nearly 200 years before Christopher Columbus. According to a book...

In Asante, Even The Trees Cry

The cool African mist poured its teary drops over the soft black skin of the gentle slopes of Kumawu when Nana Kwame Poku woke...

The European Problem: Or Africa’s 3,700-Year Struggle To Civilize Europe

Since the humble beginnings of civilization in the Land of Pwene (Punt) some 12,000 years ago, to the great innovations of Nubia and Kemet,...

Brute Racial Violence and Global Barbarism: The Price of the American Dream

The definition of the American Dream has changed over time, but for the most part it boils down to the aspiration and opportunity to...

Mawi – The Last of a Dying Breed of Warriors

"Conquer or Die Trying." ~ Motto of the Gbeto. NTOABOMA -- This story is not for the juvenile, neither is it for the faint-hearted. This...

Our Historic Fall

NTOABOMA -- It didn’t begin with the coming of the Pale People. It didn’t start with a single invasion. No, it didn’t suddenly become...

Make No Mistake: The American Tax Payer Can End World War II

World War II still hasn’t ended. Ordinary people in The Evangelical States of Anglo-America (TESA) didn’t have to pay income taxes until World War...

Echoes of African Military Power in Eurasia

HO, Volta Region, Ghana - Four thousand years ago, long before Alexander the Macedonian, a pharaoh of the 12th dynasty of Kemet extended African...

What It Means to be Ghanaian in the Twenty-First Century

Nothing is more important in a person’s life than identity – where you are from, who you are and who you shall yet be....

Memphis – The African Musical Civilization of North America

MEMPHIS, TN, U.S.A. - The American city of Memphis in the southwestern corner of the U.S. state of Tennessee does not cease to baffle...