I’ve had enough. Even though I’m tired, since nobody else is doing this yet, I am going to have to do it. I hate this.
Here is the outline. If you’re out there and involved in fighting disinformation, you can help me a lot by directing me to your articles, videos, and posts that deal with or touch on these topics:
Manosphere disinformation, the historical rewrite: how the social media disinformation machine is being used to promote lies about Africa and African history. Example: the memes promoting the idea that the Ankh represents the “union between male and female” when the truth is that aside of the exclusively female corresponding and similar symbols, what it represents physically is unknown. Bonus, if it is anatomical, no phallus or male aspect would be necessary. The vertical line would be the vagina.
There are many other examples. The Yacub story is making rounds again, and thanks to Ancient Aliens, the Sumerian mythology is suffering massive slandering. I want to show both how “white” American male sexual insecurity is being adopted by African American men, making the drama of “white” demographic panic somehow our problem and our job to fix.
“Hebrew to Negroes”, and the arguments between sects of Black Hebrews that believe the backwards theory that African Americans are the “real Jews” and/or Africans came from Hebrews or Jews, and sects that realized that is feeding Aryan theory. I’d like to hear from those who decided for or against the modern Israeli government/Rabbinical court “halacha” conversion. I would also like some input from Jews of African ancestry, both those descended from known Jews and relatively recent (first to third or fourth generation) converts. I want to link to and talk about your history and whether or not you or your family has had any contact or conflict with the downlow Aryan Black Hebrews.
I’d like to hear more from writers on African sexuality about how colonialism and invader religions have warped African sexuality and changed sexual and gender expression in Africa. I’d also like to hear from African families who don’t murder their children who don’t conform to the religious norms, how y’all really handle things despite what the foreign religious authorities say.
Finally, I want to hear from African women on this “submission” thing. I know and can see with my own eyes that this is a crock in some families, a sort of gentle illusion in others. Enough men are hobbled and die on a regular basis for me to understand all women everywhere have limits.
I am tired of seeing Africans and diasporans getting used to push Aryan theory and pick up the tiki torch of “white” demographic panic. This coonery has to end.
And yes, I use that term because it is durogatory.