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Education, Culture, Black consciousness, Psychology, Global white control, Economics - Dr. Amos Wilson

Dr. Amos Wilson: Lectures on Education, Culture, Black consciousness

Education for who's interest ?

There is something about education that educationists in Africa are missing. And that is; education is not just for your personal development so that you get a job or get an award or go speak at Ted or grant interview on international media houses or hold meeting at international conferences that has nothing to do with the development of your culture. 

Education is a social and cultural development tool. When taken together, the purpose of your education is for the development of your culture. If your education cannot be used to advance the interest of your culture and move it forward, then your education is useless. 

Sadly, that's mostly the case in Africa and other colonized countries around the world, who continue to be indoctrinated with ideologies, thesis, conjectures, theories and so called "facts" that were developed by Euro-Americans for themselves in THEIR quest for knowledge.

The reason we miss the point is because once Europeans imposed their language, education, religion on us, they hijacked the natural tools for our organic African cultural evolution. Ever since, our perception has been distorted and we don't see clearly anymore. 
In her book, Yurugu: An African-Centered Critique of European Cultural Thought and Behavior, Dr. Marimba Ani notes that ''the secret Europeans discovered early in their history is that culture carries rules for thinking, and that if you could impose your culture on your victims, you could limit the creativity of their vision, destroying their ability to act with will and intent and in their own interest.''

There are three things Europeans imposed on their colonies in order to destroy the culture of the natives. And that is LANGUAGE, EDUCATION, RELIGION.

Therefore, since the white man gave us English LANGUAGE, it was for the purpose of controlling us. Since he gave us EDUCATION, it was for purpose of controlling us. Since he gave us RELIGION it was for the purpose of controlling us. That's, for example, why Wole Soyinka and Chinua Achebe could write English literature but call it "African literature" in broad daylight!! We've been deceived but the deceit is so hardwired in our brains that we're prejudiced against the reality!! We've discarded the reality, which is that we've been trained to write English literature for the interest of white people. For more information, see how Britain and the CIA fooled Wole Soyinka and Chinua Achebe to destroy African languages in literature. Later, I'll provide a source to explain the difference between reality and truth.

Culture is condensed language, language is condensed thought, thought is condensed perception, perception is condensed conditioning. All conditioning comes from either REALITY based conditioning or DECEIT based conditioning. Someone could also be conditioned to believe and live a lie!! And he/she would lose touch with reality. Unfortunately, that has been our case in Africa since our unfortunate encounter with Europeans.

There's nothing in front of conditioning, except that you return to culture. Conditioning and culture are one and the same. They're in a loop!. Culture comes from conditioning and conditioning in turn comes from culture.

Education is the ultimate conditioning factory whereby children are being molded (conditioned) from childhood to learn and believe certain things. Once believed, it is almost impossible to unbelieve something. 

Therefore, since Europeans gave us language,  education, religion (the three most powerful conditioning tool) they've automatically taken away our African perception of reality, and instead form our perception, thereby, destroying every other thing about us. 
Guess what? Whoever defines, whoever sets the precedent, whoever sets the context for reality gives you your truth. And anything you believe is the truth is hardwired in the brain in such a way that you'll be prejudiced against the reality, therefore, you'll be stuck to such an extent that you won't be able to go to the backend (reality) to create your own truth for yourself. That's why its very dangerous for an external culture to give you a GOD, LANGUAGE, EDUCATION because all three are precedent setters. If you believe in a God, you can't challenge it. If you speak a language, you can't challenge the meaning you get. If you learn something in school, you can't challenge it. You're a slave to whoever gives you a language, education, religion. What more? Whoever conditions your perception of reality, controls your belief, behavior and to a large extent your action. For details, see the difference between REALITY and TRUTH.

The reason we are in such a bad shape in Africa is because we have adopted an alien perception of reality. Thus, are unable to understand ourselves and the solution to our problems.

One person that understood this perfectly well was Dr. Amos Wilson. And the only reason he was able to figure it out is because he was a psychologist and a historian, so he knew what long years of slavery and colonialism have done to our African brains and how it has altered our perception. But let me quickly add that he never liked to be addressed as ''Dr'' because he was conscious enough to understand that its a European title.

Dr. Amos Nelson Wilson was an African-American theoretical psychologist, social theorist, Pan-African thinker, scholar, author and a professor of psychology at the City University of New York. He wrote many books on education, culture, black consciousness, black economics. See Dr. Amos Wilson books.

In the following lectures (Mp3 audio) he talks about education, culture, psychology, global white control, economics, black consciousness. If you're an African, you must listen to these lectures, so that you can get your perspectives right about education. 

Note: One of the lectures have blank (pause) of about 20 minutes, so please be patient and wait for it to continue and don't skip. Another has about 5 minutes pause as well. Again, wait for it to continue playing.

A similar person is Dr. Marimba Ani. She wrote a book called Yurugu and in the below interview she granted to a radio station about the book, she discussed education, black consciousness, European global control.

Yurugu - Dr Marimba Ani. Mp3 (audio)

Only knowledge shall set us free.

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