Blacks are claiming an origin that they cannot prove or do not even attempt to validate, and the belief that they are Africans is based on historical accounts that fail to explore the full story of Black slavery and the diverse origins of Black people.
First, let me tell you the difference between “are from” and “come from.” Saying that a person is from a place means that person was born there, whereas saying that a person comes from a place means that person moves from that place to another place. A person may come from a country without being from or born in that country. The place a person is from never changes, but that person may come from several regions before reaching their actual destination. As a clear example, many immigrants are from Haiti but they come to the United States from Chile and Mexico, respectively.
History begins tracing the origin of Blacks, descendants of slaves from the triangular traffic or the ebony tree trade. They omitted many years of black identity and civilization. The blacks the Colons brought to America were already in slavery in Africa. Better yet, their ancestors were already there as they fled to Africa from Jericho and Canaan respectively, present-day Palestine, where they were previously slaves. They came to Palestine from their original land, Mesopotamia, modern-day Iraq, which they left to go offer their services in exchange for food, shelter, and education.
Let me be the first one to tell you that not all black Africans were slaves, and not all black people are descendants of slaves. Also, Blacks were not the first slaves the world had known; white people were slaves way before black people were. Moreover, did you know that the blacks that the history books peg as dumb, brute, and uncivilized were highly educated? They just had hard times fitting in because they could not understand the language of the country they were brought in and also their masters transformed slavery from a free will labor into a dehumanizing endeavor.
The Blacks who came to America could have been born in Africa. Still, referring to genealogical artifacts, the term origin is synonymous with ancestral, meaning that black ancestors were not born in Africa as the history book tells it. Therefore, today’s blacks, who admit their ancestors were slaves, are not Africans but straight-up middle easterners.
Blacks are claiming an origin that they cannot prove or do not even attempt to validate, and the belief that they are Africans is based on historical accounts that fail to explore the full story of Black slavery and the diverse origins of Black people. These historians were too lazy to go past Africa to study the fascinating tale of Black slavery and black people.
In summary, the answer to the historical origin of today’s Black people, whose fathers were enslaved, is simple; they are from the Middle East. However, the answer to where they come from is even simpler; they come from Africa, and Africa is not the motherland.
To catch history lying about the origin of Black identity, purchase the book “Non-africanism of Blacks, descendants of slaves, and Haitian voodoo ” on Amazon.
Bobb Rousseau, PhD