Our African ancestors said the origin of the African race was “We came from the beginning of the Nile where God Hapi dwells, at the foothills of The Mountains of the Moon.” Where is “the beginning of the Nile?” The farthest point of the beginning of the Nile is in Uganda; this is the White Nile. Another point is in Ethiopia. The Blue Nile and White Nile meet in Khartoum, and the other side of Khartoum is the Omdurman Republic of Sudan. From there it flows from the south down north. And there it meets with the Atbara River in Atbara, Sudan. Then it flows completely through Sudan (Ta-Nehisi, Ta-Zeti or Ta-Seti, as it was called), part of that ancient empire which was one time adjacent to the nation called Meroe or Merowe. From that, into the southern part of what the Romans called “Nubia,” and parallel on the Nile, part of which the Greeks called “Egypticus”; the English called it “Egypt” and the Jews in their mythology called it “Mizrain” which the current Arabs called Mizar/Mizrahi.
When our ancestors made this statement there were no Europeans in the world. In the life of our esteemed ancestor Imhotep, he did not know of Great Britain, Switzerland or any other Western Eurasian nation.
Along comes this European named Charles Darwin whom has no origin or relations to African people but claimed to know the Origin of Species (1859) which is not based upon any scientific evidence. In addition, no one has ever seen birds give birth to alligators or monkeys give birth to men. The evolutionist has faith that these things happened, but he has not seen them and neither does he have any way of proving them. Therefore, the Evolution vs. Creation debate is not a matter of science vs. religion – but rather, religion vs. religion.
It is important to realize that the theory of evolution is not simply that man evolved from apes, but that man evolved from everything. According to Darwin, all living creatures have a common origin. Men, monkeys, and bananas share the same ancestry. As such, when a man eats a banana he is engaging in a kind of cannibalism, consuming an ancestral version of his former self. Yet he consumes the banana so that he might survive.
According to Charles Darwin, we share common ancestors with Bananas. The reality is the origins of Human beings was far too complex for Charles Darwin and many because there are many holes and missing links in Darwins Theory. There is no model that shows how Monkeys were one group and one group of monkeys went to Europe and one remain in Africa and the two monkeys evolved into what we today called White/Europeans and Black Africans.
Charles Darwin developed a theory of evolution. It suggested that Europeans were related to Africans and that all humans were related to the apes. Whilst this upset the anthropological theories about separate species, other aspects of the evolutionary theory still ‘proved’ the superiority of the white races over all others. His theory saw the Anglo-Saxons, that is, the British, at the top of the evolutionary scale. The British were at the top of the family tree of the human race, as the most ‘civilised’ race. The African, as a ‘primitive’ race, was considered childlike and unintelligent. Such ‘inferior’ races were doomed to be either ruled by or destroyed by the ‘superior’ races. Survival of the fittest was the rule in Darwin’s theory of evolution.
It is impossible to believe in one part of Darwin’s theory but not believe in the full theory which states Africans are inferior. No Authentic African person who has taken any college courses and has an ounce of intelligence will not see the hypocrisies and contradictions in European theories. I majored in Business and questioned to why Imperialism, Colonialism, and Slavery were not being taught as economic models. I also realized that it was no such thing as Free Markets. I begin to see that Europeans opened up others markets for exploitations while having restrictive barriers for people to enter their markets.
The belief in the superiority of the British and European races fed the expansion of the empire. The British empire grew from the idea ‘that the British were the best race to rule the world’, a view expressed by Cecil Rhodes, the colonial administrator who founded the British colony of
Rhodesia, in Central Africa (now Zimbabwe).
These ‘scientific’ theories of the inferiority of the African were generally accepted by the British public. Racism was taken for granted. For example, books by G A Henty were seen as great reads for boys. His book By Sheer Pluck: a tale of the Ashanti war was written in 1884 and probably still available in school libraries until the middle of the 20th century. The boys reading it learned that black people are ‘just like children. They are always either laughing or quarreling. They are good-natured and passionate, indolent, but will work hard for a time; clever up to a certain point, densely stupid beyond… They are absolute without originality, absolutely without inventive power.’
In 1866, shortly after the publication of Origin of the Species, a German scientist named Erst Haeckel developed his Biogenetic Law (or theory of recapitulation), which suggested that certain embryos begin in a common state where they are identical. The theory declared that human embryos begin with “organs which are leftovers from evolutionary ancestors” including “a yolk sack like a chicken, a tail like a lizard, and gill slits like a fish!”1 Then as their growth proceeds, they develop individual characteristics. Haeckel developed his theory into a series of woodcuts that showed the progression, with a human embryo presented alongside those of a pig, a bull, and a rabbit. This now nefarious diagram was widely accepted as proof of evolution and supported the notion that all living things share a common ancestor.
There are no fossils of partially-evolved species to indicate that a gradual process of evolution ever occurred. Even among evolutionists, there are diametrically different interpretations and reconstructions of the fossils used to support human evolution from a supposed ape-like ancestry.
Even if evolution takes millions and millions of years, we should still be able to see some stages of its process. But, we simply don’t observe any partially-evolved fish, frogs, lizards, birds, dogs, cats among us. Every species of plant and animal is complete and fully-formed.
Another problem is how could partially-evolved plant and animal species survive over millions of years when their basic organs and tissues were still in the process of evolving? How, for example, were animals breathing, eating, and reproducing if their respiratory, digestive, and reproductive organs were still evolving?
What African person in the 21st century is going to base their racial theory upon a theory of a known White Racist? What kind of African person would base their theory upon a link to their enemies that their enemies evolved from them? If not to keep open a bridge for the future? The Authentic African Peoples Front based upon theory that African people must overthrow European power and that European people evovled separately and away from Africas and they have no links to Africa and should be removed from Africa. We will not go beyond far beyond what he can prove. Wild conspiracy theories like “Out of Africa” and “Origin of Species” is Eurocentric non-sense.