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SERIT & AMANNE: Fan-Africanism Devolution of Pan-Africanism & Nationism Solution

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In this episode of AMANSEM - Affairs of the Nation, we address Fan-Africanism - The Devolution of Pan-Africanism and the solution of AMANNE - Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African~Black) Nationism. We approach Nationbuilding/Restoration rooted in our Ancestral Religious values which firmly grounds our efforts.

The term serit [sorit] in the language of ancient Kamit [soronua in Akan] describes the 'fan' used to fan the Nesut or Henut, the King or Queen. The term serit with a different determinative and connotation however can mean 'sickness, nausea' showing the exudation of vomit from the mouth. This term is a fitting description of 'Fan-Africanism' - the devolution of Pan-Africanism. The Fan-Africanist seeks accolades, praise (fanning) from a following, a fan(ning)-base. The Fan-Africanist is not concerned with the liberation and restoration of Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African~Black) people first and foremost. The Fan-Africanist is concerned first and foremost with the faux-aggrandizement of himself at the expense of the receptivity of his fans - rooted in his own sense of inadequacy. This is the serit - 'fanning' which manifests as serit - 'sickness' for the individual and 'nausea' for those who once followed the individual (and for those who are 'serit' - sick enough - to continue to follow the individual).

We also discuss our upcoming third annual ODWIRAMAN AFAHYE - Purified Nation of Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans) in the Western Hemisphere Conference. Our conference focus is AMANNE - Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African~Black) Nationism - The Purification of Nationalism.

We examine our books:

Odwiraman Afahye Nhoma (Journal) - 13016

Odwiraman Afahye Nhoma (Journal) - 13017


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