by Joe Mintsa
The mood in the world today is such that either you believe that Black people are natural slaves, or you believe that White people are evil by nature. In either case, you are in a stalemate: you can't change nature , can you? -- Yet, not only is it very improbable for someone to turn up slave or evil just by nature; it is neither demonstrable that evil is conditioned by skin colour. The question, here, is: why should evil be White; and why should evil's target be Black? In other words, what is wrong with evil always tending to choose Black? In fact, the actual question is: what is wrong with Black people always tending to be evil's preferred targets? -- This book simply personifies a totally different type of intuition, where the most unsuspected a' yet, the most damning a' causes of the suffering and the struggles of Africans in today's world are not only laid open with courage, but also resolved with vision.