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Narmer Amenuti

My name is Narmer Amenuti (Dances With Lions). I am an Educationalist, an Investigative Historian and a Culture Critic from the Sankoré School (of Critical Theory). I am East African by birth; South African by training; West African by choice - all of which make me, African by nature. I am also a student of Ancient African Rhythms and a passionate dilettante of Science. ~ Success Corrupts; Usefulness Exalts! ~ Narmer!

The Barbarism of Private Debt

In the “The Lord's Prayer” the best-known prayer of Jesus the Christ, instead of the current translation “Forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us,” the original Greek text for...

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, our Ancestors, the Founders of Civilization, have always been willing—even...

My Dear, The Nature Of Your African Independence

You live in a country of about thirty million folks. It is an independent nation, or so the annual celebrations assert – that through the genius of a man you fondly call the savior-man,...

Value Creation: Or Is It Value Destruction—The Advent of Caveonomics

Everything is about ideology, for those who wish to care. Or it is not, for those who remain lazy enough to not care. And it seems, without much investigation, that even enlightened men without...

The Relentless Genius of Vodun

The intellectual foundations of Vodun abound in its expositions and rationalizations of our natural world. However, the striking feature of the religion throughout historical time shines brightest when one examines its resilience, its resolve...

Water Is Simply Intelligent

NTOABOMA— Sometimes we do the logical thing—whether we like it or not. Other times we do the illogical thing, because we like it. When a person indulges in the illogical, especially when he cannot...

Mr Jammeh Leaves The Gambia Amidst An Illegal ECOWAS-Backed Senegalese Invasion

Gambia's former President Yahya Jammeh left the country in the wake of the invasion of The Gambia by ECOWAS-backed Senegalese forces. Mr Jammeh lost democratic elections after twenty-two years in power to Adama Barrow,...

The Ice Cream Eating Men of Ntoaboma Kesi

NTOABOMA—“Kesi” means big. If your cottage was situated about a mile or two away from Ntoaboma proper—midtown—then you lived a mile or two away from Ntoaboma Kesi. In everyday parlance, the “Kesi” was often...

We — The People — Did Not Evolve From Protozoa

NTOABOMA—Suppose you live in Ntoaboma like I do. You take a leisurely walk around the village before noon—before the Presby Church bells bellow and summon the prayer warriors of Atetebe. The village is quiet....

The More Educated Than His Ancestor (The Metha): A Plague in Africa

NTOABOMA—Across our dear continent, more people now boast of formal “education.” From one degree to the next, the man with the longest array of diplomas is hailed as the smartest of all. The man...