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By COPYRIGHT (2011) Prof Afrikadzata Deku, Docteur d'Etat, PhD; *Doctorat d'Etat (Ph.D.) * D.E.S.S. (M. Phil) * Diplome De L' I.I.A.P.(Post-Grad. Dipl.) * M.Sc. * BA. Double Majors * Emails: [email protected] ;

Every being on earth has a particular and a unique way of looking at things that makes him/her different from others.

Because the world is so raft and so complex, the Creator AFRIKAMAWU has endowed each of her Creation with his or her own eyes with which to look at things or life from his/her own perspective.

Just us three journalists looking at the same football match but which they will describe differently, in the same way, Continental/Diaspora Afrikans, like the rest of human groups on earth have been endowed with their own Unique Continental AfrikaEyes or PERSPECTIVE to look, define, interpret, analyze and evaluate life or things that affect them in their own Afrikacentric Continental AfrikaWay that will further maximize benefits for and minimize losses against them as a people.

That is why, the British perspective of the world is not the same as Japanese, French or Chinese perspectives of the world. This makes Continental AfrikaPerspective to be as important and crucial to continental Afrikans as Japanese perspective is to the Japanese or French perspective is to the French etc.

This means Continental AfrikaPerspective should therefore not be confused with slave, colonial, neo-colonial, French, British, Portuguese, Arab or Jewish foreign or alien perspectives that exist in our Continental/Diaspora AfrikaWorld today to rob Continental/Diaspora Afrikans of the Power, Knowledge and Benefits of their true Continental AfrikaPerspective in life.

The present desperate but vainly attempts by today's Continental/Diaspora Afrikans to look at the world with Western, Arab or Jewish eyes or perspectives instead of their own Afrikacentric Continental Afrikan Eyes or Perspectives is like trying to look at the sun with someone's eyes or trying to walk with someone's feet or trying to fly with someone's wings instead of one's own eyes, feet and wings.

Likewise, Continental AfrikaPerspective cannot or should no more be described in negative terms such as "archaic", "obsolete", "backward", anti-modern, or anti-progress or development for Continental/Diaspora Afrikans to ignore, reject, hate, forget, condemn or refuse to use.

For, Continental AfrikaPerspective is the world's first modern developed, progressive, advanced, polished, and civilized perspectives originated by the world's first human beings as Continental Afrikans.

Hence, by Continental AfrikaPerspective, we mean the specific, unique, original, authentic, and natural Ancient/traditional continental AfrikaWay and manner our Ancient/Traditional Continental Afrikans look at the world, life and things that affect them in a daily basis.

It is therefore the perspective of most all pre-slavery and pro-colonial Continental Afrikans that lived together as One Continental AfrikaPeople speaking one common Continental AfrikaLanguage and under one Common Continental AfrikaGovernment and their own Continental AfrikaPerspective they developed and used for the past Ten thousand years in Afrika.

The ORIGIN of Continental AfrikaPerspective dates therefore back to Afrika as the origin of the world and Humanity.

It is therefore as old as Afrika and the world. It is the Mother of all the perspectives in the world today and without which there will be no French Perspective, no British Perspective, no Chinese Perspective or no Japanese Perspective and the likes today.

In the same way, the NATURE of Continental AfrikaPerspective can also be qualified as Ancient in origin, Continental Afrikan in Scope, Continental Afrikacentric in Content, Traditional Continental Afrikan in Dimension, Unique, Original and Authentic in Perspective.

By COPYRIGHT (2011) Prof Afrikadzata Deku, Docteur d'Etat, PhD; *Doctorat d'Etat (Ph.D.) * D.E.S.S. (M. Phil) * Diplome De L' I.I.A.P.(Post-Grad. Dipl.) * M.Sc. * BA. Double Majors *

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