Post by Tukuler al~Takruri on Nov 4, 2018 12:23:36 GMT -5
The culmination of Abusir article, Sardinian genome, Egypt as north Africa, etc.
Nabta is not peopled by local Holocene inner Africans. Eastern Desert rock art is caucasoid. Nekhen is peopled by West Eurasians who have a few negro slaves. And Narmer? Well, you know.
PBS' First Civilizations is clear. Africa's blacks stand outside civilization. Just some random individuals merely finding themselves allowed in full-fledged civilizations they have nothing to do with.
That's the never spoken but dialectic visual conclusion of this ethnocentric all Eurasian none African team. Produced by France and Australia for PBS with financial contributions "from viewers like you." Oh yeah, and the Anne Ray Charitable Trust.
Saad Fekharis casting director and a slew of Arabs responsible for visual design oversee seeing no black onscreen other than a slave to the civilized.
Stealing your future through lying about your past.
People of Nabta Playa
Wadi Baramiya Eastern Desert "shaman"
King of Nekhen
Get mad. Why? "Angry gets ish done." - Mr. Nancy -
these racists and their ilk will never change. Thats ok tho. most folks already know the truth due to the internet.
I saw a Smithsonian sponsored program on Hierakanopolis that did the same thing ............. not a black to be seen and complete cast with "arab" asiatic types - completely outrageous.
At least the Euros are letting us know how shameless they are. As such, those of us who know the truth must yield not an inch to them, destroy their arguments, and match their tactic everywhere and all the time.
Wtf?? They going all in aren't they..Nabta Playa in the Nubian freaking desert is not even stereotypically Nubian, a people who is made useful as dark skinned and "Negroid" when contrasted with the so called lite skinned Egyptians, somehow lost their Nigroisty when placed at the dawn of The Nile valley sunrise..Christ the balls on these ppl.
Yes good you point out the above. It just shows that black folk have to keep on fighting, and define ourselves (there are different models to be sure), and form our own narratives -again there is no one supreme model- but position our own framework of achievement and knowledge, including modern knowledge. I just wish some of these affluent black celebrities would pony up some serious cash to do the media, publishing and community work necessary- even if only providing serious "seedbed" cash to get various initiatives rolling. Look at all the works being funded by the right wing think-tanks. There is nothing on the flip side as far as anthro-archaeo-Afri-bio. Social services and politics- plenty but on the other side- not a fraction as much.