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Sudan, Ethiopia, Abyssinia, Egypt, Somalia, Yemen and the Anti-African Plans of the Colonial Orientalists and of their local stooges

What follows is my response to a Somali friend who asked me about various aspects of the colonial distortion of African History with focus on the Horn Region, the historical background of the ethnic and culture divide between Semitic Abyssinia and Cushitic Ethiopia, and the ensuing benefits for the colonial powers France, England and America. The unprecedented affair of historical name usurpation by Abyssinia (‘Ethiopia’ is the historical name of Sudan – not of Abyssinia) brings into the picture Sudan, Africa’s greatest land and possible anti-colonial locomotive, which was continually, systematically and efficiently targeted by the colonial powers with the evil theories of Pan-Arabism and Islamism.

Answer to a Somali friend about Colonial Distortion of African History

Dear Mohamed,

Thank you for your questions and apologies for my late response!

I don’t know to what exactly you are referring by mentioning the “Amhara distortion of Ethiopia’s and Horn of Africa region’s History”. This sentence is not clear and perhaps you misunderstood parts of an article of mine.

The Amhara and Tigray Abyssinians did not “distort” any region’s or country’s History. They simply had their own version of world view, their own eschatology, their historical tradition, which was a forgery of course, and their expansionist plans. That’s one point.

A totally different point is the Western falsification of the World History, which started in parts of Western Europe as early as 1500, and after being tyrannically and deceitfully imposed there, it was ‘exported’ worldwide by means of colonization, modernization and globalization.

These two issues were two initially unrelated developments that one needs to first study per se (independently); only at a later stage the two developments converged. The point of conversion was surely the period from the middle of the 19th c. to the middle of the 20th c. when the Amhara and Tigray Abyssinian rulers adjusted their visions and world views to the Western historical forgery and established a link with the Western plans for globalization, however managing to keep their tyranny far and almost cut off (if possible intact) from the rest of the world, because they did not agree with various elements of the Westernization process. By this, I mean that the world-known situation of underdevelopment that still characterizes Abyssinia (Fake Ethiopia) today was a very conscious decision of the Abyssinian rulers (be they monarchical, Third World communist or pseudo-republican) of the country over the past 70-140 years.

 

 

I. Abyssinia re-baptized as ‘Ethiopia’: a French colonial concept and decision

 

However, it was not an Abyssinian decision to re-baptize the country as “Ethiopia”; this was a Western plan that Haile Selassie only followed and implemented locally. Your question reminds me of the telephone call of an Australia-based Oromo friend of mine back in April 2007.

This long telephone call resulted in an article that I then published under the title “Ethiopia: a Panacea for Tyrants, a Stiletto in Colonial Hands” (27th April 2007) in AfroArticles, Buzzle and American Chronicle; that article was extensively republished at the time, but I think that by now it is not anymore available online. So, I promise you now that I will do my best to re-upload it within the next few days.

In that article, I expanded on this issue; it was my former professor of Egyptology in Paris (from 1978 until 1981), Jean Leclant (1920-2011 / read his curriculum in brief here: https://journals.openedition.org/lettre-cdf/2729?lang=en), who convinced his personal friend Haile Selassie to officially rename “Abyssinia” as “Ethiopia”.

When events of such importance take place, one has to automatically understand that they don’t reflect the innovative ideas of a young Egyptologist (who was also fluent in Ge’ez), but constituted deep colonial state machinations and evil conspiracies.

It may sound strange to you, but the real reason of re-baptizing Abyssinia with the historical name that describes Sudan (something that was well-known to Leclant) has more to do with Sudan itself, and less with Abyssinia.

Basically, it has to do with the general and vast falsehood that colonial diplomats, Orientalist academics, and statesmen diffuse and impose worldwide as “World History”; it is only a small piece in an entire mosaic.

When Leclant was assigned the task (following earlier diplomatic contacts between the French ambassador and Haile Selassie) to set up the Service of Antiquities in Abyssinia (: Fake Ethiopia), another French scholar, Jean Vercoutter (1911-2000, so 9 years older than Leclant) was tasked (following earlier agreements between the French and the English diplomats at Khartoum) to establish the Service of Antiquities in Sudan (when that country became independent).

 

 

II. Sudan, the only true Ethiopia: the ultimate target of the criminal colonial Orientalists in the middle 1950s

What the French colonials (who are the main standard bearers of the worldwide colonial historiography and of all the ensuing fallacies and distortions) wanted to achieve was this: they wanted to disconnect Sudan from

– its own past and 5000-year old heritage,

– its diverse and multifaceted historical tradition,

– its true national name,

– its African cultural identity, and – above all –

– the enormous perspectives that the historical reality de facto offers to Sudan at the academic, educational, intellectual, cultural, political, regional and international levels.

In other words, they wanted to prevent Africa’s largest country from rising to political, economic, academic, intellectual and geostrategic supremacy, which would be very easy, following a proper nation-building effort, which would involve a genuine, historical name for the country and a real, clear linguistic-cultural identity.

Sudan is the only country that has historical right to the name of Ethiopia. And Leclant knew this very well because his thesis concerned the historical period of the 8th and the 7th c. BCE, when first Upper (: Southern) Egypt and then Lower (: Northern) Egypt were under Cushitic / Ethiopian, i.e. Sudanese control. This development occurred because the Egyptian priesthood of Amun at Thebes (Luxor) wanted to use the Napata (today’s Karima)-based Kings of Cush (Kas in Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphics) in its clash with the Heliopolitan priesthood of Ra, which was based in the area of today’s Cairo and supported by Berber princes of the African North-Northwest (spanning across the area of today’s NW Egypt, Libya and the African Atlas).

The Egyptian Hieroglyphic term ‘Kas’ (also used among the Cushites of Ancient Sudan – Ethiopia for their own land, country and kingdom) was translated as Mat Kusi in Assyrian-Babylonian and as Cush in Ancient Hebrew; it was the equivalent of the Ancient Greek term ‘Ethiopia’, and we know this not only because there are Ancient Greek historical references to the state immediately south of Egypt as ‘Ethiopia’, but also because in the Septuagint Ancient Greek translation (3rd c. BCE) of the Hebrew Bible the terms ‘Cush’ and ‘Ethiopia’ are used in Ancient Greek interchangeably.

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Jebel Barkal (the holy mountain of Amun of Napata, venerated by the Ancient Cushites-Ethiopians of Sudan and by the Ancient Hamites of Kemet-Egypt) at the outskirts of Napata (today’s Karima) and the pyramids of the Cushitic Qore (: Kings) of the 8th-5th c. BCE (first two pictures); El Kurru pyramids near Karima (third picture); Nuri pyramids on the other bank of the Nile, opposite Karima and near Marawi (fourth picture) 

At this point, it is important to add that first, the territory of Ancient Cush with either Napata or Meroe as capital never encompassed lands of Abyssinia, and second, there was never a significant state located in the area of Abyssinia before Axum; and Axum rose to power only in the 4th c. CE.

Now, you may ask me what would be the result of a right nation building process carried out in Sudan in the late 1950s and the 1960s. This would be astonishing, but few people can now comprehend what great developments for the entire African continent the evil colonial fallacy of the French managed to avert.

 

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Meroe and its pyramids represent a later phase of Ancient Sudanese, i.e. Ethiopian – Cushitic Civilization (4th c. BCE – 4th c. CE), which is totally unrelated to Abyssinia (today’s Fake Ethiopia)

 

 

III. What would happen if Sudan did not fall victim of Pan-Arabism, Nasserism and Islamism?

 

First, the Sudan would not be plunged in the Arab Nationalist (or Pan-Arabic) fallacy that absorbed all the resources of the victimized countries, which accepted this colonial Orientalist distortion and, after losing their true national identities, were plunged into disastrous wars, civil strives, severe oppression, genocides (like Darfur), and choleric processes of linguistic Arabization and pseudo-religious Islamization.

There is not even one drop of Arab blood in any Sudanese citizen’s veins. The country accepted Islam at a later age and without any sort of invasion. This is also true for Upper Egypt; Sohag, Qena, Luxor and Aswan do not have an Islamic past that exceeds 1100 years. Iberia and North India, Central Asia and Sicily were under Islamic rule, Constantinople was attacked by Islamic armies, but Luxor and Aswan were calm and pious Christian cities of the Kingdom of Nobatia that had capital at Faras, near Abu Simbel.

The fallacious Arab identity of a genuinely non-Arab country like Sudan alienated the quasi-totality of the African nations gathered within the colonial structure under a fake name and a monstrous identity. All these ancient and noble African nations did not need to either learn the fabricated, fake modern pseudo-language that is called ‘Modern Arabic’ or to become Muslim.

There were already enough Muslims in the Sudan, from the Furis (of Darfur) to the Nubians to the Beja to the Berta; modern Sudan’s most illustrious anti-colonial exploits and heroic battles were undertaken by Muslims. First Sudan and the noble leader of Muhammad Ahmad the Mahdi stood against the Anglo-French colonial cholera and died fighting to avert Africa’s colonization. Quranic Arabic was their religious language and it was wonderful like that. These Muslims did not have major clashes with the non-Muslims of various adjacent regions. Only within the abnormal and inhuman frame of the vicious, Satanic colonial rule, all African nations were oppressed and all Africans started fighting against one another.

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Axum, the capital of Ancient Abyssinia during pre-Christian and Christian (4th – 7th c. CE); Abyssinians spoke and wrote Ge’ez, which remains until today the religious language of the Modern Abyssinians, i.e. the Amhara and Tigray. Abyssinians are Yemenites who crossed the Red Sea and settled in Africa as late as the 2nd half of the 1st millennium BCE. The famous stelae of Axum testify to Axum’s pre-Christian civilization and date back to the first centuries of the Christian Era.

 

 

IV. What a true nation-building would mean for Sudan, rightfully named ‘Ethiopia’

 

With Ethiopia as national name, Sudan would give all its citizens the true portion of historical heritage and antiquity that belongs to them and they would all find elements of their culture, spirituality, faith and world view in the Ancient Cushitic and Meroitic past. Learning that Napata (today’s Karima) was already a holy place for the Ancient Egyptians, all Modern Sudanese would grasp an idea of the greatness of their land and of the splendor of the past that belongs to them – and not to the colonial gangsters who appear under the evil masks of Orientalists, archaeologists, epigraphists, Africanists, linguists, ethnographers, philologists and historians, only to

– minimize the African past,

– conceal its cataclysmic impact on the formation of civilization on European soil, and

– subordinate it to the racist fallacy of Hellenism, Greco-Roman civilization, and Euro-barbarianism.

With Ethiopia as national name, all Modern Sudanese would become proud of their civilization and of its radiation. In striking contrast with the colonially corrupt, idiotic and worthless Modern Egyptians, who have been stupidly selling their own antiquities for 222 years, Modern Sudanese would undertake the research of their past, the exploration of their antiquities, the decipherment of their ancient writing systems, and the reassessment of their diachronic role in World History at a national, sovereign level, finding the true, non-colonial partners for these purposes.

Second, because of the absence of the above, a true nation-building effort would take place and, as a consequence, today’s Sudanese would be all fully conscious of

a- their Cushitic – Ethiopian historical and cultural heritage

b- their Ancient History, as it is recorded in Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics and in Meroitic hieroglyphic and cursive writing systems

c- their ethnic, national, cultural, historical and spiritual interconnection with the Oromos and the other subjugated Cushitic nations of Abyssinia

d- their Christian Nobatian, Makurian and Alodian History, as it is recorded in Coptic, Old Nubian and Makurian writing systems

e- their Islamic African History that is totally unrelated to Arab presence

f- their pro-eminent role across the trade routes of the Antiquity and the Islamic Ages, when the Historical Ethiopia (i.e. Sudan) linked

– Egypt with Sahara and the Western African world,

– the Mediterranean world with the Horn of Africa region, and

– almost all the African Muslims with the three cities of Islamic Pilgrimage, namely Mecca, Madina and Al Quds ash Sherif (Jerusalem).

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1ST C INDIA

 

 

 

V. Regional and international consequences of a true nation-building in Sudan, rightfully named ‘Ethiopia’

 

Third, because of the above, Sudan would

a- help dissolve the criminal colonial state of Abyssinia, by incorporating Oromia into Sudan-Ethiopia and by making Afaan Oromo the official language of the new,  magnificent African super-state

b- help form numerous independent nations on parts of Sudan’s soil, namely among the Bejas in the East, in Darfur, in Kordofan, and in the South – when the Westerners were not there to fuel rebellion against Pan-Arabist Khartoum that they (: the Western colonials) fabricated in the first place

c- help establish numerous independent nations on parts of the criminal colonial state of Abyssinia, namely Afar, Ogaden, Sidama, Hadiya, Kaffa, Kambata, Shekacho, Wolayita, Agaw, Nuer, Anuak, Berta, etc. whereby every nation would have their own language as official

d- help dissolve the filthy colonial fabrication of Djibouti, a pseudo-state created by the criminal, murderous gangsters of France, and in the process help Afar nation pull together all parts of their nation and Isa tribe merge with the other Somalis

e- strike an alliance with the Eastern Cushitic nation of Somalia in order to impose a genuine, anti-colonial, African Order across Africa, which would bring forth the dissolution of fake colonial states whereby many different historical nations are oppressed by the filthy nation or tribe that had previously been the lackeys of their colonial masters, like the Kikuyu in Kenya

f- launch an African educational, academic system in total refutation of the Western Orientalism, Hellenism, ‘Greco-Roman Civilization’ and fake Africanism, and in total rejection of the racist, Eurocentric version of World History,

– by highlighting the superiority of Ancient African civilizations (Egyptian, Cushitic-Meroitic, Carthaginian-Berber) over Ancient Greece and Rome,

– by establishing the correct links between the Ancient African civilizations and the Ancient Oriental civilizations (Sumerian, Assyrian-Babylonian, Hurrian, Hittite-Anatolian, Canaanite-Phoenician, and Iranian),

– by meticulously examining and widely publicizing the multifaceted, overwhelming African cultural, religious, spiritual, artistic, literary and linguistic impact on Ancient and Medieval Europe

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Black Egyptian high priests were initiating White Romans into the mysteries of the Ancient Egyptian divine concept of Isis (Aset in Egyptian Hieroglyphics); hundreds of temples of Isis (Iseum – Isea in Latin) have been excavated across Europe but this evidence of absolute African Egyptian impact on European civilization remains hidden to Europeans and others – in order not to function as a rejection of the still prevalent, racist pseudo-historical model of ‘Hellenism’ and Greco-Roman civilization’. Iseum Campense, Rome

 

g- promote a system of cultural, academic, educational and intellectual interconnection among all African nations, imposing

– the immediate obliteration of the colonial languages, English and French, across the continent,

– the prohibition of these two languages from the primary, secondary and tertiary education of all African states, and

– their replacement by a system of all-African multilingualism, involving the major African languages,

h- destroy all fake pseudo-states that the colonial powers, France, England and America, produced over the past 222 years on African soil, notably Fake Egypt, Fake Morocco, etc. and help generate genuinely African nations instead.

What I am saying with the aforementioned brief diagram is that a non-Arab, non-colonial, genuinely African Sudan, named Ethiopia, in the middle 1950s should act as if having fully understood, assessed and capitalized on the historical conclusions of scholars like Martin Bernal (author of the venerated “Black Athena: The Afroasiatic Roots of Classical Civilization”, in three volumes: 1987, 1991, 2006) and Edward Said (author of the highly respected “Orientalism”, 1978). This aphorism of mine may sound as preposterous because these great opuses were published more than 20 or 30 years after Sudan proclaimed its independence.

However, all the constituent elements, the textual and archaeological evidence, which led the aforementioned scholars to their groundbreaking publications, were there already in 1956. As a matter of fact, all that an African scholar needed to do was

– study the historical sources and the archaeological material record

– identify the discrepancies between historical sources and colonial bibliography

– list a vast number of topics commonly shared among colonial scholars but hidden from the Western and worldwide public (readership)

– analyze the reasons of the unrepresentative selection of historical sources for educational – intellectual – cultural purposes, as carried out by colonial scholars

– examine the above through the question ‘qui bono’ and accurately specify the colonial intentions, and

– conclude about a) the racist, criminal, and inhuman motives of the colonial pseudo-academia and b) the ensuing benefit for the colonial powers and their false historical version.

 

 

VI. Anti-colonial struggle means total rejection of the colonial fallacy still diffused worldwide as ‘Word History’

 

A non-colonial, non-Arab Sudan, officially named Ethiopia, would of course demolish fundamental colonial myths and highlight concealed facts that constitute basic elements of today’s Western version of World History. The topic is as vast as an entire encyclopedia, but I will herewith offer few examples pertaining to Africa and the surrounding seas.

a- there is no such country as “Egypt” and there is no such thing as “Egyptian Civilization”. The country’s real historical name is Kemet, which means the ‘Black Land’ or ‘the Land of Black People’, and this is due to the fact that the Ancient Egyptians were both, dark brown and black. So, there was Kemetic or Kemetian Civilization. Today, a liberated, non-colonial country at the northeastern corner of the Black Continent must be called Kemet – not Egypt – at the international level. Egyptian politicians and statesmen accepting to name their country ‘Egypt’ at the international level are born slaves and constitute a most disreputable clique alien to the great history of that land.

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Kemet written in hieroglyphic characters

 

b- the name ‘Egypt’, used by Egyptians, constitutes a colonial relic of the filthiest and most racist contents. The word originates from the Ancient Greek word Aigyptos, which is the Hellenization of the Ancient Egyptian term ‘Hwt Ka Ptah’, i.e. ‘the enclosure of the soul of Ptah’; Ptah was a marginal deity in Ancient Egypt, and the Ancient Egyptians would never accept to name their country after that deity of the polytheistic priesthood of Memphis. This is the first point against the use of the term. The second point is related to the fact that European and North American colonials view the use of this term as resulting from their cultural, political, academic and intellectual supremacy over colonized (since 1798) Modern ‘Egypt’.

c- Modern Egypt cannot be called “Egypt” at the international level for one extra, totally different, reason; the use of this name, which is totally alien and unknown to today’s average Egyptians, consists in an unprecedented colonial denigration and vulgar deprecation of the modern nation, which uses the name Masr to denote their identity. Assyrian-Babylonian of origin (Musur and Mat Masri, lit. ‘land of Egypt’), this name was diffused among Aramaeans and Hebrews, before being adopted among Arabs.

And notice the difference, if you please: the authorities of Myanmar managed to impose at the international level respect for their country’s name, which is the aforementioned, officially accepted, name and not the filthy, colonial parody of Burma that the English colonials used since the early colonial days. But the idiotic, colonial, Pan-Arabist rulers of Kemet / Masr from Nasser to Mubarak to Morsi never raised such a subject in an effort to always remain disgustingly servile and docile enough to please their colonial masters – the Satanic gangsters of France, England and America.

d- there is no such expanse of sea as “the Indian Ocean”; this is a fake term introduced by the English, Dutch, Portuguese and French colonials as late as the 16th c. In the Antiquity, the most commonly used term was “Red Sea” (in Ancient Greek: ‘Erythra Thalassa’); during the Roman and Arsacid / Sassanid times, this term denoted the seas that we call today ‘Persian Gulf’, ‘Red Sea’ and ‘Indian Ocean’. When Agatharchides writes in the 2nd c. BCE his treatise on the Red Sea (Geographi Graeci Minores), in the part of his work in which he describes the natural phenomenon due to which the sea was called ‘red’, he narrates an event happening in today’s coast of Hadhramaut or Mahra in SE Yemen.

e- if one wants to name the entire Afro-Asiatic expanse of sea after the national name of the first seafarers and navigators who, after studying the meteorological conditions, the winds and the oceanographic data of that sea, sailed across the ocean from the Horn of Africa region to today’s coast of Malabar, then one has to call the sea “Yemenite Ocean”. First, the Qataban Yemenites, with capital at Timna, established safe navigation from the Gulf of Aden to the Malabar coast where they established commercial relations with the local Dravidian (not Indian, not Indo-European) kingdoms as early as the middle of the first millennium BCE.

Qataban Yemenite thalassocracy across the Yemenite Ocean lasted many centuries and was matched with an early colonization of the East African coast where the Qatabanis intermingled with the local Ancient Somalis of the coast of Azania (from the Horn of Africa down to today’s Daressalaam in Tanzania). Qatabani supremacy was terminated when the Himyarite Yemenites and the Sabaean Yemenites made an alliance to vanquish Qataban and accumulate in their palaces the mythical treasures that used to be garnered at Timna. This happened ca. 115 BCE.

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Maps of Ancient Yemenite kingdoms and the monuments of Marib, capital of the Sabaean (Sheba) Kingdom. There is no link between the Biblical – Quranic Queen of Sheba, an exclusively Yemenite Queen, and the Makeda forgery of Kebra Negast. The Queen of Sheba was totally unrelated to Africa.

 

The Himyar – Sheba alliance was not as experienced as the Qatabanis seafarers; their heavy taxes were a problem for the last Ptolemies who were easy partners. After Octavian invaded Kemet (Egypt) and annexed the land of the Nile to the Roman Empire (30 BCE), the Romans proved to be difficult partners and in the year 25 BCE, Aelius Gallus, prefect of Egypt, undertook a maritime expedition against Yemen, which also involved several land expeditions. At the end, after many collateral damages, the Romans managed to destroy the main Yemenite port of call at Aden and thus force the Yemenites to cooperate with Rome and reduce the customs.

Yemenite thalassocracy across the Yemenite Ocean continued, evidently coordinated with the Roman imperial establishments at Egypt and Leuke Kome (NW coast of today’s Saudi Arabia), and it is well documented in historical texts like the Periplus of the Red (Erythraean) Sea, which was written by an Alexandrian Egyptian captain and merchant who traveled across the coastal regions from Suez to China at the times of the Roman Emperor Nero (so in the middle of the 1st c. CE). The same text describes the continuation of the Himyar-Sabaean colonization of Azania and prevalence across the seas. There have truly been found Roman coins in different archaeological sites across the Malabar coast where the kingdoms of Damirica, Nelkyndis, Cerobothra (Chera) and Pandya were located according to the Periplus of the Red (Erythraean) Sea.

But Yemenite traders and sailors used these coins while sailing across the Yemenite Ocean; and these kingdoms were all Dravidian – not Indian. And the Dravidians never demonstrated navigational skills, which is one more reason for which we cannot call this sea ‘Indian Ocean’, pretty much like we cannot call ‘India’ the cemetery of South Asiatic nations that the English colonials prepared for more than 100 years during their calamitous colonial presence there. ‘India’ is only the land around the Indus River, and this concerns only a minor part of the state which is nowadays fallaciously called with this name.

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At the beginning of my response, I mentioned the Amhara and Tigray Abyssinian world view, eschatology, and historical tradition. This relates to their famous historical book Kebra Negast, which was written in Ge’ez, their religious language down to our days. First written in Coptic, then translated to Arabic (early 13th c.), and last rendered in Ge’ez at the beginning of the 14th c., Kebra Negast is a historical forgery prepared by Amhara debteras (monks) only to justify their false pretensions to ancestry and to royalty and to prepare the ground for expansionism of apocalyptic and eschatological contents.

The disappearance of Islam, the common borders between Abyssinia and a Zionist state in the area of Palestine, the fallacious and unhistorical theory of Axum being the ‘New Zion’, and the fabrication of Menelik, nonexistent son of Solomon (Suleyman) and ‘Makeda’, the fake queen of Sheba (that kingdom was located only in Yemen, not in Africa), do not bode well with the future of Africa but are all some of the targets of the real authors of this forgery. All later Amhara and Tigray ‘prophecies’ about their expansion are repetitions of earlier material included in Kebra Negast. Somali, Sudanese and Egyptian (not to mention more) scholars are idiotic enough not to learn Ge’ez, not to study Kebra Negast and not to highlight the fallacious nature of the book that prepares the Amhara and Tigray Abyssinians as followers or conscious slaves of the Antichrist (Masih al-Dajjal). But this is a totally different subject, as I already said.

Best regards,

Shamsaddin

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Sudan, Ethiopia, Abyssinia, Egypt, Somalia, Yemen and the Anti-African Plans of the Colonial Orientalists

The Colonial Powers’ Most Ominous and Secret Evildoing: Cultural, Academic, and Educational Disconnection among all the Nations of the World

What follows is the publication of an exchange of email with a South Africa-based friend from Malawi whose interests cover all aspects of colonialism and colonially-imposed divisions, cultural alienation, and historical identity loss that the criminal colonial powers of France, England and America generated in Africa and worldwide.

———————- MY FRIEND’S FIRST EMAIL ————————

Hi Shamsaddin,

I can’t resist asking you these two questions:

It is true that Islam has its roots in Africa? Where is the Evidence (If Yes).

Who were the Ephraphites? I have noticed that the word is in the Jerusalem Bible but not in any other Bible. I know you are very conversant with the History of North Africa and the Middle East.

Kind regards,

Kondwani

———————- MY FIRST RESPONSE ————————————

Hi my dear friend.

Thank you for your questions!

 

 

I. The distortion of Ancient Oriental History as carried out by ignorant religious leaders

 

I start with your second point; you heard probably a mistaken pronunciation or you read the name misspelled.

It is Ephrath, so the people who live there are Ephrathites. Read this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ephrath

Every attempt to locate Ephrath outside Canaan is a distortion.

Bear in mind that «Ephrathite» is NOT a national name. It is an adjective formed out of a toponym: like ‘Berliner’ or ‘Parisian’ or ‘Muscovite’.

It is a most unimportant location in terms of Oriental History.

Anyone (as author) who focuses much on scarcely documented toponyms, instead of the main centers of the ancient world, like Nineveh, Assyria, Babylon, Thebes of Egypt, Heliopolis (Iwnw) and Memphis, Hattusas, Ugarit, Mari, Ebla, Kalhu, Persepolis, Byblus and Carthage, is most probably a forger.

In the cases of Ancient Mesopotamia and Egypt, you have hundreds of thousands of ancient texts that document all the details of those ancient civilizations.

The Ancient Hebrews and the Jews left few texts; the Bible is mostly unreliable and insignificant, and those who speak of it today, only misinterpret it for evil political reasons.

In any case, compared to the Assyrians, the Babylonians, the Hittites, the Egyptians and the Iranians, the Ancient Hebrews were a marginal, impotent and worthless state.

Focusing on them, instead of studying the other, sizeable and leading empires of the Ancient Orient and Africa is as if someone today ignores everything about Germany, China, the US, Russia, India, etc. and focuses too much on Singapore! That’s ridiculous!

 

 

II. Two points about Islam’s presence in Africa

 

No, Islam does not have its roots in Africa but in Arabia – Asia.

But it depends on what you mean by saying «Islam».

As per the Islamic viewpoint (which is mostly forgotten by most of today’s Muslims), Islam was not first preached by Prophet Muhammad but by Adam, Enoch, Noah and all the early prophets.

Islam means submission to or contact with God.

The epitome of Islam is the belief in One God (monotheism).

Now, if you mean that there were pre-Islamic monotheistic faiths and religions in Africa, then yes!

There was «Islam» in Africa long before Prophet Muhammad.

Pharaoh Akhenaten abolished Theban polytheism and instituted Atenism, a monotheistic religion in the middle of the 14th c. BCE. Monotheistic hymns to Aten are found copied and pasted in the Hebrew Bible. Without Akhenaten, there would never be Moses.

More:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Akhenaten

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atenism

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aten

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nefertiti

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tutankhamun

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amarna

Best,

Shamsaddin

———————— MY FRIEND’S SECOND EMAIL ——————-

Good Morning Shamsaddin,

Thank you for your response. You have now given me good reason to rather dig further into History when it comes to what has been fed to us by the colonialists. Now I understand what is meant by the Bible being copied from much older books, for example I have come across an Ancient Egyptian text that the Psalms were copied from. The analogy you have used of Singapore has given me a better perspective of what ancient and available records bear witness to. I really appreciate it.

And about Islam you have given me the best answer, especially when you illustrate that it was rather preached by Adam initially. It makes a lot of sense now because somebody told me that it means `submitting to God’ but I needed further elaboration.

It is such knowledge that I have no doubt will fill the generation gap or find the missing link if we search hard enough and eventually empower us towards a brighter future. I love the thought of the unknown possibilities.

Enjoy the rest of your day further,

Regards,

K.

———————— MY SECOND RESPONSE ——————–

My dear friend,

Hope you and your family are doing well, being of the best health!

Your response contains many points worthy highlighting.

 

 

III. Viewpoints, nationalist Greco-centric psychopaths, and my personal standpoint as attested across my publications

 

You certainly understand that everything hinges on viewpoints, i.e. on through how many angles you saw a topic. This is a vast issue that applies to everything.

What I said to you about the small Ancient Hebrew state, comparing it to immense, sophisticated and very advanced empires of Assyria, Babylonia, Egypt and Iran, I also said in Greece back in the middle 1980s about the tiny Ancient Greek states (the likes of Sparta, Thebes, Corinth and Athens) that constituted the barbaric periphery of the then known world. I triggered an overwhelming rage among the idiotic, nationalistic, chauvinistic people who are omnipresent across the entire political spectrum of that unfortunate and ill-fated state. They accused me of high treason!

Haha! Stupid!

One of those guys – I still remember – asked me exactly this: “if your opinions are these, you Dr. Megalommatis, how have you been degraded so much as to become a ….. White”?

Of course, I did not answer, but I really enjoy it when my opponents make so devilish comments.

I regret for having not kept record of his name so that I ask him back in 2015 when Greece collapsed financially: “if your opinions are these, you Mr. Greek, how have you been degraded so much as to become a ….. bankrupt and a beggar”?

I found it amusing, rewarding and sublime!

When evil people hate you and insult you, God sends you a message that you are on the correct path.

I remained the same during my entire 35-year long career, which started only after 11 years of graduate, postgraduate and doctoral studies in more than 10 universities of 7 different countries were completed.

I always tell the truth however unpleasant or hurting it may be; as I say, between my country and the truth, I always side with the truth.

 

IV. Religion, Theology, Politics, and my personal standpoint as attested across my publications

 

The same happens when it comes with my religious beliefs; I was born Christian Orthodox, I rejected (but did not hate) Christianity, I was a Greek citizen without religion for some years, and then I adhered to Islam. This was a spiritual path and every person has his own path.

If Islam was good for me, Buddhism may be better for another European, and the Waaqeffanna traditional Oromo religion is perhaps the path of a third person from Europe.

But the spiritual choice must never affect the standard orientation of the heart and of the mind toward Truth.

So, I reject many wrong points that today’s Muslims believe as “religion” whereas these points are a pure matter of historical developments first distorted and then popularized.

Today’s Muslims, Christians, Hindus and many others fail to see the limits between Spirituality, Moral, Religion, Theology, and Politics.

Politics is impermissible in Religion, sinister in Moral, and diabolical in Spirituality.

Theology may eventually match with politics, but Theology consists in the most disastrous distortion of Religion, in the most calamitous breach of Moral, and in total abandonment of Spirituality.

However, I must admit that today many people deliberately confuse Religion with Theology; but this is perfectly revelatory of the evilness of politics which must not exist among the faithful anytime anywhere.

There was not any politics among your ancestors before 300 years (thank God!), there was not any politics among the ancestors of Oromos before 400 years, there was not any politics among the Ancient Egyptians of the times of Nechao (whose fleet achieved the circumnavigation of Africa), there was not any politics among the Ancient Somalis of Punt (Horn of Africa) when Pharaoh Hatshepsut (the World History’s first queen) sent her fleet there before ca. 3500 years, there was not any politics among Christian Eastern Romans of the times of Justinian I, there was not any politics among the Iranians of the times of Shapur II, there was not any politics at the times of Harun al Rashid, the Abbasid Caliphate’s greatest emperor before 1200 years, and more importantly, there was not any politics around Muhammad, there was not any politics around Jesus, there was not any politics around Zoroaster, Buddha and Confucius, there was not any politics around Moses, and so on.

Politics is the evil tool of post-Renaissance world gangsters in their attempt to first corrupt and then eliminate the Mankind.

I say all this because many people believe that my texts are affected by the fact that I am a Muslim. That’s very wrong and absolutely untrue. Oromos are divided among Islam, Waaqeffanna and Christianity, but I explicitly support Waaqeffanna as the most genuine religious choice for all Oromos. On the other hand, through many articles, I demanded as early as 2004 and 2005 the formation of a Christian Aramaean state in parts of today’s Iraq and Syria to save Oriental Christianity; this did not happen and I am sure that you know what evildoing happened instead….

Recently, I republished a series of articles that I published in 2007-2010 in favor of Kosovo, its secession from Serbia, its national independence, and its international recognition. I did not support Kosovo and the Kosovars’ plead for National Sovereignty because of the coincidence that they are Muslims and I am a Muslim too! I supported them because this was historically right and morally correct. If you don’t use moral criteria while evaluating historical developments or when siding with today’s conflicts, you end up a wild animal in today’s jungle.

A Greek friend of mine from Georgia (in the Caucasus region) wrote to me to react against my articles and say that Kosovo became a narco-trade center and a hub of Islamists. Nonetheless! Because they made a very bad use of their freedom, this does not mean that they should not become independent. My friend’s observations were correct, but his remarks wrong. By the way, do you know one modern state that is not ruled by narco-gangsters? There may be few exceptions, but you know, always an exception reconfirms the rule!

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1 Philae

Isis Temple at Philae Island, Egypt – It is impossible to study about it in a university in Iraq.

2 Nuri

Nuri Pyramids – Karima, Sudan – It is impossible to study about them in a university in Morocco.

3 Djenne Djenno

Djenne Mosque, Mali – It is impossible to study about it in a university in Somalia.

 

4 Ras Hafun 17 c mosque

Ras Hafun 17th c. Mosque, Somalia – It is impossible to study about it in a university in Sudan.

4 volubilis

Volubilis, Morocco – It is impossible to study about it in a university in Nigeria.

5 Queen Arwa mosque Jibla

Queen Arwa as-Sulayhi Mosque – Jibla, Yemen – It is impossible to study about it in a university in Egypt.

6 Dura Europos Sacrifice of Conon

The Sacrifice of Conon – Wall Painting of a Temple in Dura Europos, Syria – It is impossible to study about it in a university in Greece.  

7 Ancient wall of Zaria

7 Queen Amina of Zaria 1536-1566

The Ancient Wall of Zaria and the Muslim Queen Amina of Zaria (1536-1566) who led her armies at the battlefield – It is impossible to study about these topics in a university in Yemen.

8 Ajuraan Sultanate Ming China

Somali Ajuraan Sultanate and their relations with Ming China – It is impossible to study about them in a university in Turkey.  

Syrian Orthodox Monastery Mar Mattai, (St. Matthews Monastery) overlooking Mosul, Iraq, Middle East

Aramaean Mar Mattai Monastery – North of Mosul, Iraq – It is impossible to study about it in a university in Mexico.  

10 Nineveh walls

Nineveh Walls – Mosul, Iraq – It is impossible to study about them in a university in Algeria.

Iraq Madain - Apr 2005

Tesifun (Ctesiphon) – Al Mada’in, Iraq – It is impossible to study about it in a university in Azerbaijan.  

12 Takht e Soleyman

Takht-e Suleyman, Iran – It is impossible to study about it in a university in Lebanon.

13 Takshasila

Takshasila (Taxila), Pakistan – It is impossible to study about it in a university in Kazakhstan.  

14 Balkh

Balkh (Bactra), Afghanistan – It is impossible to study about it in a university in Palestine.

15 nemrut dagh

Colossal Head of Antiochus I at the Hierothesion of Antiochus I

Nemrut dağı – Adıyaman, Turkey – It is impossible to study about it in a university in Iran.

16 Shah Jahan abad

Shah Jahan-abad (Old Delhi), India – It is impossible to study about it in a university in Tanzania.

17 Registan S

Registan – Samarqand, Uzbekistan – It is impossible to study about it in a university in Indonesia.

18 Sigiriya SL

Sigiriya rock, citadel and palace, Sri Lanka – It is impossible to study about it in a university in Malaysia.  

19 Borobudur

Borobudur – Central Java, Indonesia – It is impossible to study about it in a university in Pakistan.

20 Xian Great Mosque

Great Mosque at Xi’an, Ancient Capital of China – It is impossible to study about it in a university in Turkmenistan…….   

…….. but it is always possible to study about all the above mentioned topics in universities in Denmark, Austria, Holland, Belgium, Sweden, Switzerland, Czechia and Finland.

 

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V. The first Victims of the Colonial Falsehood are the Western Europeans and the North Americans.

 

You say something critical: “what has been fed to us by the colonialists”. This is true, but this is only partly true. And if you don’t see the rest, you will never realize the extent of the problem.

The colonial falsehood diffused in Asia, Africa and Latin America to ensure obscurantism, failure, ignorance, deception and impotency really pales if compared to the earlier lies, historical distortions, and theoretical forgeries that the Western Europeans diffused among their own populations. Entire nations like the Italians, the Spaniards, the Germans, the Poles, the Greeks, the Russians, the Danes, the French, the English, the Dutch and many others had been fed with enormous quantities of deception and fallacy instituted as Enlightenment, Romanticism, Classicism and Renaissance (I advance backwards in time).

It is essential that you understand that the European populations were the first victims of 15th – 16th c. European intellectual, religious, spiritual, academic and scientific elite. Only because generations after generations of Western European populations believed the falsehood and the deception diffused among them, they were able to perform as colonial administrators, military, diplomats, academics, instructors and businessmen in Latin America, Africa, India, SE Asia, Middle East, and China.

First, they “believed” that their Christian past (330-1453) was a barbaric period called “Dark Ages”. That was wrong – it consisted in a vicious lie. They were civilized then, and they became barbarian with the Renaissance corruptive falsehood and intellectual contamination.

Then, they postulated that Greek and Roman Antiquity (500 BCE-330 CE) was a highly civilized period. That was wrong – it consisted in a vicious lie. The Western elites wanted only to portray the diabolical Ancient Greek orgies and Roman symposia as “civilization” and the religious (Christian, Islamic, Jewish and other) moral discipline and abstinence as “barbarism”.

Later, they idealized the Greek and Roman Antiquity, forcing European populations to reject their Christian identity and to stupidly imitate the Satanic rites performed in Ancient Greek and Roman temples dedicated to demons like Zeus, Hera, Apollo, Aphrodite, Vesta, Athena, Mercury, Saturn, etc. Read the Satanic works by Racine, notably Phaedra, to realize what I mean! Only a paranoid Satanist like Moliere could compose a nauseating and disgusting filth like Tartuffe as a villainous attack against the divine life style and the morals of the average Christians of his times.

Subsequently, being “sure” of their supremacy, the Satanic rulers of Western Europe noticed that Oriental Christians, Muslims, Africans, Hindus, Buddhists, Confucians and others differed from them; the difference of the others was tantamount to “inferiority” as per the already sick and corrupt minds of the 18th c. Europeans.

As they found superb references to the Ancient Oriental civilizations (Egypt, Assyria, Babylonia, Iran, Sudan and India) in the Ancient Greek and Latin texts, the first Western European Orientalist and Africanist explorers started their notorious itineraries. They had big amount of monies with them in order to purchase ancient documents, manuscripts, and various antiquities. But they did not love the lands they explored; they hated them terribly because they could not “find” there what they had read in the Ancient Greek and Latin texts.

 

 

VI. The Evil Colonial Deeds have nothing to do with Economic Exploitation, Military Presence or Political Interference: the Problem is elsewhere

 

This is the way the world’s most monumental lie started: Orientalism (including European Africanism).

Point 1 – Concealment of Ancient Greek and Roman acceptance of the Oriental and African Originality and Superiority in terms of Spirituality, Culture and Civilization

Western Europeans tried first to conceal the fact that the Ancient Greek and Latin texts are plenty of references testifying to the facts that the Ancient Greeks and the Romans viewed the Oriental civilizations as qualitatively superior to themselves and went there to study, to learn and to venerate. Ancient Greeks and Romans were honored to have Black hierophants, high priests, mystics and astronomers, cosmologists and spiritual masters as their teachers. The most important Ancient Greek author, Plutarch (1st – 2nd c. CE), the high priest of Ancient Greece’s most venerable temple, the Oracle at Delphi, wrote about the Ancient Egyptian Cosmogony, Spirituality and Eschatology in his De Iside et Osiride (: ‘About Isis and Osiris’ – part of his Moralia), also testifying to the diffusion of Ancient Egyptian religions, spiritual and esoteric rites, cults and faith among the Ancient Greeks.

The tendency went down to the Christian and Islamic times; St. Augustine, a major Father of the Christian Faith, was a Berber – a Black. His Roman and European disciples were White but had no problem. This was so because Christianity was a normal religion but it ceased to exist with the rise of the Satanic, Jesuit Renaissance.

Point 2 – Abysmal minimization of Ancient Oriental achievements, exploits, sciences and culture in parallel with a magnification of Ancient Greek and Roman deeds

Second, the Western European Orientalists and Africanists did their ingenious best to incessantly minimize the radiation and the achievements, the exploits and the masterpieces of all Oriental civilizations, while magnifying the achievements of the Ancient Greeks and the Romans.

Examples: on one hand, they magnify the exploits of Alexander the Great, who in reality invaded only one, vast but decayed, state: the Achaemenid Empire of Iran. The advance of Alexander beyond the eastern borders of Iran was minimal. On the other hand, they minimize the Egyptian invasions of Senusret (Sesostris) III (1878-1839 BCE), who crossed through Caucasus to the eastern coasts of the Black Sea and beyond, colonizing Colchis and Scythia. Why? Because this fact bears witness to Black people presence in Europe, as well as to the diffusion of Black civilization across the barbarian realms of 2nd millennium BCE Europe.

They minimize the Egyptian presence off the East African coastlands (Punt) and the Horn region as early as 2000-1500 BCE.  They minimize the extent of the Iranian invasion of Egypt, Libya and Sudan (: ‘Ethiopia’ in Ancient Greek texts) under the Achaemenid Iranian Emperor Kabujiya (Cambyses) II (530-532 BCE). Invading Napata (Karima in North Sudan: 750 km south of today’s Sudanese – Egyptian border alongside the Nile, so 2200 km from the present Egyptian – Palestinian border at Gaza), Cambyses was farther from his capital than Alexander was from his, 200 years later, when the Macedonian king invaded parts of the Indian North beyond Punjab (Pentapotamia).

The aforementioned is only indicative because, if I am to make a complete list of Orientalists’ and Africanists’ persistent effort of minimization of the achievements, the exploits and the unparalleled radiation of the Ancient Oriental and African civilizations, I will need a 100-volume encyclopedia.

Point 3 – Usurpation of an Ancient African Civilization: Ancient Crete is not a European island or civilization

Third, in their evil effort to fallaciously represent the Ancient Oriental civilizations, the Western European Hellenists, Latinists, Orientalists and Africanists depicted a genuinely African civilization as European: Minoan Crete. This disgraceful usurpation of African Heritage (King Minos was an Ancient Egyptian and he did indeed bear the name of an Ancient Egyptian God) was vitally necessary to the spiritual genocidal gangsters of the Western European universities, because they wanted to pretend that European History starts in Crete as early as 2500 BCE and offer thus a civilized Antiquity to the European barbarian past. This evil attempt orchestrated before more than 100 years by a most disreputable English pseudo-archaeologist, Arthur Evans, is a paranoid aberration.

Point 4 – Selected popularization of historical snapshots from the Ancient World to distort the average Westerners’ education and culture and to turn Europeans and Americans into racist supremacists

Fourth, the Western European and North American Hellenists, Latinists, Orientalists and Africanists undertook a vast but vicious project of selected popularization of historical snapshots from the Ancient World. Their yet unnoticed technique, which brings calamitous results in terms of historical forgery and total misrepresentation of the World History while also exonerating the scholars and academics of the Western World, consists in the attitude to expand (or diffuse or popularize) at the general public level prejudicially more about Herodotus and abysmally less about the Annals of Assurbanipal, more about the tragedies of Sophocles and less about the Assyrian-Babylonian epic of Gilgamesh, more about the discourses of Demosthenes and less about the Hittite epic of Ullikummi, and so on, and so on. Publishing houses, newspapers, TV channels, radio programs, weekly magazines and monthly reviews, as well as major Internet portals and mainstream sites have been ordered to proceed in this manner, and – worse – their home and school education predestines them to continue the evil practice. At this point again, the long list of the Western colonial deceitful priorities and sophisticated distortions would cover many volumes. Particularly, when it comes to the overwhelming Oriental and African impact on the foundations and the formation of civilizations in Europe, all average people in Europe and in North America are deliberately misinformed and systematically deceived.

Point 5 – Colonized nations prevented from studying, honoring, reassessing and delving into their historical past and cultural heritage

Fifth, the Western European and North American Hellenists, Latinists, Orientalists and Africanists systematically prevented all the indigenous nations from thoroughly studying their own past, from accurately assessing the unmatched greatness of their Cultural Heritage and from meticulously examining their ancestors’ determinant and overwhelming impact on the lower civilizations of Ancient Greece and Rome. Evil ideologies, historical forgeries, and political nonsense are mobilized in this case in order to totally disorient the indigenous nations of Asia and Africa: Fake Pan-Arabism, political Islam, Wahhabism, Marxism – Leninism, Fascism, Western Liberalism, Evolutionism, Materialism, Consumerism, Modernism, etc.

A very typical example is given by the education, the culture, the publications and the mass media of Egypt; although average Egyptians get an idea about the History of Ancient Egypt during the 3rd and the 2nd millennia BCE and also learn about the Islamic periods of History, they know nothing about the history of their country from the Iranian invasion under Cambyses II (525 BCE) to the arrival of Islam (642 CE).

Yet, Late Antiquity is Ancient Egypt’s most important period of History, because it is at those times that Ancient Egyptian religions, cults, faiths and concepts truly speaking ‘invaded’ Ancient Greece, Rome and the entire European continent where hundreds of Egyptian archaeological sites have been excavated. Western European Egyptologists brought to daylight hundreds of ancient temples of Isis, Horus, Osiris, Sarapis, Anubis and other Ancient Egyptian concepts of divinity on European soil but no one, either in Europe or in Egypt and the rest of the world knows about it. Greek Isidists, adepts and believers of the Egyptian divinity Isis, traveled (3rd c. BCE – 4th c. CE) as pilgrims from Greece to Philae Island, 5 km south of Aswan, to venerate the world’s holiest temple of Isis and to write inscriptions on the temple’s walls, but this is worldwide prohibited knowledge for average people in Egypt, Greece, Europe and the rest of the world.

It is during the Ptolemaic and Roman times that appear in Egypt numerous schools of faith, religions, cults and philosophies that we now call Gnosis or Gnosticisms. From Egypt, Gnostics’ teachings, preaching, cosmogonies and eschatological revelations where diffused to NW Africa, Europe, East Africa, and India. Yet, today’s Egyptians know nothing about Gnostics, Hermetics and Manichaeans.

Point 6 – Post-Renaissance European sickness, barbarism, pseudo-literature, bogus-philosophy, and corrupt dementia diffused and tyrannically imposed worldwide as “Civilization”

Sixth, the Western colonials dictatorially imposed and methodically (through bribed local stooges) projected onto all the colonized nations of Asia, Africa, Latin America, and Eastern Europe the immoral, inhuman and utterly lawless elements of their bogus-intellectual life, i.e. the worthless trash of Moliere, Racine, Rousseau, Coleridge, Kipling, Victor Hugo, Karl Marx, Albert Camus, Jean Paul Sartre, Lenin, and their likes. This effort constituted an unprecedented profanation and an unmatched barbarization process that plunged the entire world to the early stages of the present chaotic disorder and irrevocable disintegration.

Yet, the Tuareg and the Berbers of the African Atlas, the Hausa of Nigeria, the Bantu of the African South, the Cushitic Africans of the Horn region, the Egyptian Copts, the Muslims and the Hindus of India, the Christians of Malabar, the Yazidis of Iraq and Armenia, the Turkic nations across Asia, the many different nations of Iran, Russia, China and SE Asia did not need to forget their illustrious past and noble authors, poets, mystics, erudite polymaths, philosophers and scholars in order to absorb the cultural excrement of Europe and North America.

Point 7 – An evil plan of total cultural – academic – educational disconnection among all the nations of the world was successfully implemented without anyone noticing it

Seventh, the Western colonials deployed an unparalleled effort to disconnect the colonized nations from one another; this has been the most criminal act that they have ever perpetrated. Due to this detrimental fact,

1- there are no Moroccan Egyptologists

2- there are no Nigerian Iranologists

3- there are no Somali Assyriologists

4- there are no Afghani specialists in Coptic Language, Literature and History

5- there are no Uzbek specialists in Hausa and Berber

6- there are no Pakistani specialists in Aztec hieroglyphics

7- there are no Indian specialists in Hittite Language, Literature and History

8- there are no Tanzanian specialists in Tatar Language, Literature and History

9- there are no Algerian specialists in Chinese Manichaeism

10- there are no Filipino specialists in Zoroastrianism

11- there are no Peruvian specialists in Mithraism

12- there are no Egyptian specialists in Confucianism

13- there are no Turkish specialists in Quechua, Aymara and other Andes languages

14- there are no Malay specialists in Sumerian

15- there are no Azeri specialists in Carthage and Carthaginian Language and History

and so on, and so on.

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21 Bezeklik Caves Turfan

Universities in Peru, Argentina, Cameroon, South Africa, Kenya, Sudan, Iraq, Sri Lanka, and Indonesia must not offer seminars about the Bezeklik caves in Turfan (Eastern Turkestan, Sinkiang – China), the Manichaean wall paintings, and the diffusion of Manichaeism in China, but these topics are ‘allowed’ for universities in Holland, Austria, Sweden, Belgium and France.   

 

21 Panjikent Tajik

21 Panjikent

Universities in Venezuela, Colombia, Algeria, Egypt, Tanzania, Yemen, Madagascar, Philippines, and Vietnam must not offer seminars about the Sogdian Civilization, History and Art (as attested in Panjikent wall paintings in today’s Tajikistan), but these topics are ‘allowed’ for universities in Holland, Austria, Canada, Spain and Italy. 

22 Sogdian Manichaean

Universities in Congo, Chile, Morocco, Iraq, Angola, Azerbaijan, Thailand, Myanmar, and Pakistan must not offer seminars about Manichaeism and its diffusion from NW Africa to Egypt to China, but these topics are ‘allowed’ for universities in Sweden, Switzerland, Belgium, Australia, and Germany. 

 

24 wall painting Nestorian church Bezeklik

25 nestorian tablet China

Universities in Ghana, Brazil, Paraguay, Jordan, Uganda, Zambia, Turkmenistan, Turkey, Iran, and India must not offer seminars about Nestorian Christianity and its diffusion from Mesopotamia to Bezeklik (Eastern Turkestan – first picture) to the historical center of Imperial China (second picture), but these topics are ‘allowed’ for universities in Denmark, England, Finland, Poland, and Russia. 

 

23 kuh-khwajeh mural

Universities in China, Uruguay, Taiwan, South Africa, Cambodia, Sudan, Malaysia, Greece, Syria, Georgia and Afghanistan must not offer seminars about the wall paintings of the Arsacid – Sassanid palaces at Kuh-i Khajeh near Zabol, Iran, but these topics are ‘allowed’ for universities in Italy, Belgium, Holland, Canada, Austria and the US. 

26 khotan king vaisravana

Universities in Mexico, Zimbabwe, Albania, Bolivia, Senegal, Romania, Iran, Guatemala, Tunisia, Armenia, Bulgaria, and Saudi Arabia must not offer seminars about Khotan, Khotanese language, Khotanese Buddhism and the Celestial King Vaisravana, but these topics are ‘allowed’ for universities in England, France, Germany and Sweden. 

 

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Universities in Brazil, Indonesia, UAE, Vietnam, Pakistan, Uzbekistan, Turkey, Qatar, Egypt, Morocco and Nigeria must not offer seminars about India’s Ajanta Caves and their frescoes, but these topics are ‘allowed’ for universities in Canada, the US, Holland, Austria, and England.

 

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Notice carefully the countries that I offer as case studies! I don’t give small countries as examples; the smallest among them is Azerbaijan (with ca. 10 million people). The selection of paradigms was deliberate. Some people may ask why it should be

a) Azerbaijan’s priority to have specialists in Carthage and Carthaginian Language and History,

b) Somalia’s priority to have Assyriologists, and

c) Afghanistan’s priority to have specialists in Coptic Language, Literature and History.

These questions are paranoid; they are made by either ignorant idiots or bribed criminals who merely implement Western policies that destroy the entire world through this systematic disconnection among the formerly colonized countries.

The world’s worst fallacy is that new countries need studies and faculties in Engineering, Economics, Finance & Banking, Business Administration, IT and the like. All these fields help countries only to become the realms of besotted people and silly local elites that are easily cheated by the evil colonial powers and their diplomats.

Countries without a complete array of Humanities (as per above) in their universities are a filthy trash of impotent monkeys that are dealt with by the colonial powers in the manner Saddam Hussein, Qaddafi, Mubarak, Ali Abdallah Saleh, and many others were thrown out of power.

Humanities must cover 50% of a country’s universities’ academic staff if a country wants to be a standalone entity and not the trashy plaything of every colonial gangster named Macron, Tony Blair or Obama. One could certainly expand much on this topic, but this is not possible within the limits of a simple response. However, I will suggest you in this regard to see things through another viewpoint, which will make perhaps everything easier for you.

Why should small countries like Finland, Sweden, Austria, Czechia, Belgium, Switzerland, Belgium and Holland (with less than 20 million people each of them) have specialists on almost all of the aforementioned academic fields and countries with more than 30 or 40 million people (as per my above examples) have none?

By the way, only the aforementioned practice is quite enough to prove that UNESCO is a vicious colonial institution that helps not unite but divide the different nations worldwide.

Even worse, there is more to it. The aforementioned colonial system of total cultural – academic – educational disconnection was implemented successfully not only among countries of different cultural and historical backgrounds (such as Peru, Angola, Somalia, Myanmar, South Korea, Kazakhstan and Romania) but also among all the Muslim countries, which one could think that they would be better connected at all the above mentioned levels since they evidently share a common heritage. Unfortunately, today’s Muslims are totally unaware of their common heritage, and for this reason the silly and uneducated sheikhs find it easy to pull large populations to fake beliefs, distorted History (as per the needs of the colonial powers), and self-disastrous fanaticism and extremism.

As a matter of fact, the vast disaster caused worldwide by the colonial criminals in this regard can be more emphatically attested within today’s Islamic World. In a nutshell, Muslims do not know one another, because the colonial gangsters limited the ignorant sheikhs of today’s fake Islam into a narrative parody of Prophet Muhammad’s life and few extra points – that are all perceived by Muslims as a “political opposition” to the West. This has been a subtle colonial trickery, because this is the only way to lead today’s Muslims to permanent underdevelopment, ignorance, silly fanaticism, and an abysmal misreading of the Islamic History.

What today’s Muslims know as Islam is NOT Islam.

And not even 1% of the History of Islamic Civilization is known among today’s Muslims. More specifically, at the level of secondary education (whereby in Italy, Italian pupils study texts of Ancient Roman poets, authors, historians and philosophers),

1- not one Moroccan pupil studies excerpts from Tabari

2- not one Nigerian pupil studies excerpts from Jelaleddin Rumi

3- not one Libyan pupil studies excerpts from Nizami Ganjavi

4- not one Egyptian pupil studies excerpts from Ferdowsi

5- not one Somali pupil studies excerpts from Ibn Hazm

6- not one Tanzanian pupil studies excerpts from Mohyieldin ibn Arabi

7- not one Sudanese pupil studies excerpts from Babur

8- not one Iraqi pupil studies excerpts from Al Makrizi

9- not one Syrian pupil studies excerpts from Ibn Khaldun

10- not one Azeri pupil studies excerpts from Al Farabi

11- not one Turkmen pupil studies excerpts from Al Qurtubi

12- not one Pakistani pupil studies excerpts from Nasir al din al Tusi

13- not one Indonesian pupil studies excerpts from Ibn Rushd

Even worse, today’s fake Muslims have no idea about any Islamic monuments outside their own country:

A- Senegalese do not know even the existence of the Samarqand Observatory, which was the world’s leading institution of its time (15th c.), built by Ulugh Beg, a consummate astronomer and the world’s most erudite king of the last 2000 years

B- Mauritanians do not know the existence of the Maragheh Observatory in Iran

C- Sudanese do not know the existence of Divrigi mosque at Sivas, Turkey – which is the only Seljuk mosque with Indian style decoration

D- Egyptians do not know the existence of the illustrious Masjid-e Shah (Mosque) at Esfahan, Iran

E- Yemenis do not know the existence of Registan esplanade at Samarqand with the three illustrious medresas (religious schools)

F- Indonesians do not know the existence of Queen Arwa Mosque in Jibla, Yemen whereby the illustrious queen of the Sulayhid dynasty left the best token of her rule.

One can fill volumes with similar paradigms of cultural ignorance which are all due to the fake theological dogmas presently taught as ‘Islam’ among Muslims as per the colonial orders that the idiotic sheikhs implement.

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Yes, you are right! Entire verses of the Hymns to Aton have been preserved in the otherwise ‘genuine’ texts of the Biblical Psalms.

About the Singapore analogy: teaching History means representing accurately past moments to present people. Examples must be striking.

In the 20th c. it was easy for an army to advance 2000 km; hm!! Before 3600 years, it was not so easy for armies to cover such distance and destroy the faraway target successfully. So, now, you can understand how great was the victory of the Hittite King Mursilis I, who invaded Babylon in 1596 BCE.

All the best and best regards,

Shamsaddin

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