So, all the hype in China right now is the new movie Wakanda. Basically, the movie is a presentation of what Africa would be like right now if they never underwent colonialism, exploitation, and slavery.
Africa is portrayed as a extremely futuristic society, similar to Star Wars. It is well known that people of African descent have extremely high intellectual, analytical, creative, and artistic potential, but that this buried inner potential is precluded from materializing due to unfortunate outside influences. As such, I have no doubt whatsoever that Africa would indeed be Wakanda today were the African people freed from the cycle of poverty brought on by oppressors.
Anyway, I hope China continues to enjoy the movie, and even play a part in helping to free the African Soul from its chains.
This post was edited by yasawakic at 2018-2-27 09:11
what Africa would be like right now if they never underwent colonialism, exploitation, and slavery.
What a piece of bllsht......
Why dont you ask the arabic countries China working with, who enslaverad blackk african far sooner before the firht european get there?
I 'm basically agree with you, but I also think this movie is a crap, because I know the description of politic in Africa is very different than what we see in the movie. Just a compilaiton of cliches (mostly coming from the West you attack here!)
How Madagascar would be like without all the illegal cut in the forest and rare wood traffics? Need to remind you who buy? How would be black rhino without illegal hunting? alive!
Africa hadadvanced civilization wich declined before colonialism.
When I see the Bhutan, this country without pollution, without shopping mall and without one cop every 10 meters, I also think how Tbt would be like without 1951...
Is it necessary to remind you that recenctly 24 afrrican countries president met bcasue worry abotu how china control more and more whole countries in africa without real counterpart?
""Basically, the movie is a presentation of what Africa would be like right now if they never underwent colonialism, exploitation, and slavery.""
So basically what Africa would be like without European imperialism over the last 500 years and all
the genocide campaigns that made this possible.
Will there by sequels to this movie for North America, South America, and Australia?
It would be impossible to include all of Europe's worldwide genocide campaigns in just a few movies though.
If capitalism promotes innovation and creativity then why aren't scientists and artists the richest people in a capitalist nation?