Kambon, Ọ.
Africology: The Journal of Pan African Studies, 10(3), 75-99.
Publication year: 2017


This article provides an analysis of attempts to conceal white culpability in the enslavement of Afrikan people, in service of white world terror domination as perpetrated by Henry Louis “Skip” Gates, Jr. and John Thornton. Thus, the white terrorist/anti-Afrikan/anti-Black integrationist imperative is examined in Gates’ “Wonders of the African World” (1999) and Thornton’s Africa and Africans in the Making of the Atlantic World, 1400-1800 (1998), and in earlier historical appropriations and subversions implemented by white terrorists of various types, with or without the assistance of their anti-Afrikan/anti-Black collaborators.

Keywords: Afrocentricity, intellectual warfare, white supremacy, war, hotep.

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