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Africa Must Deal with Blats for Its True Decolonisation

Unclothed Truth about Internalised Internal Colonialism

by Nkwazi Nkuzi Mhango

Africa has always blamed external colonisation for its Catch-22s such as violent ethnic conflicts for the struggle for resource control, perpetual exploitation, poverty, and general underdevelopment all tacked to its past, which is a fact, logical, and the right to pour out vials of ire based perpetual victimhood it has clung to, and maintained, and lost a golden chance of addressing another type of colonialism, specifically internal colonisation presided over by black traitors or black betrayers or blats or blabes.
Basically, internalised internal colonisation is but a mimesis of Africa‚Äôs nemesis, namely external colonisation as another major side of the jigsaw-cum-story all those supposed to either clinically address or take it on, have, by far, never done so for their perpetual peril.  In addressing internal colonisation, this corpus explores and interrogates the narratives and nuances of the terms it uses. The untold story of Africa is about internal colonisation that has alluded to many for many years up until now simply because it made Africans wrongly believe that it is only external colonisation their big and only enemy.

ISBN 9781779314765 | 324 pages | 210 x 148mm | 2023 | Mwanaka Media and Publishing, Zimbabwe | Paperback


eBook ISBN: 9781779314932



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