Africa is the birthplace of humanity
The world’s second-largest and second-most-populous continent.
It is home to 54 countries, 1.1 billion people, and over 2000 languages, some say even 3,000 languages, spoken natively in Africa.
This comes from the many tribes, ethnic groups, and variety of dialects in the population
Africa may even be much, much bigger than what the establishment have led us to believe.
But why are there so many languages? And what does the Bible teach us about language?
If we go to the Book Of Genesis, Chapter 11 we might just get an answer
Verse 1 And the whole earth was of one language, and of one speech.
2 And it came to pass, as they journeyed from the east, that they found a plain in the land of Shinar; and they dwelt there.
3 And they said one to another, Go to, let us make brick, and burn them thoroughly. And they had brick for stone, and slime had they for morter.
4 And they said, Go to, let us build us a city and a tower, whose top may reach unto heaven; and let us make us a name, lest we be scattered abroad upon the face of the whole earth.
5 And the Lord came down to see the city and the tower, which the children of men builded.
6 And the Lord said, Behold, the people is one, and they have all one language; and this they begin to do: and now nothing will be restrained from them, which they have imagined to do.
7 Go to, let us go down, and there confound their language, that they may not understand one another’s speech.
8 So the Lord scattered them abroad from thence upon the face of all the earth: and they left off to build the city.
9 Therefore is the name of it called Babel; because the Lord did there confound the language of all the earth: and from thence did the Lord scatter them abroad upon the face of all the earth.
Read this again in your own time once you’ve finished the video and most importantly, THINK!
So what are the KEY POINTS from Gen 11:1-10
- The entire human race spoke one language. They were one.
- There was nothing that they couldn’t do which they put their mind to.
- In other words if they could imagine something it would manifest.
They decided, lets go build a tower!
Why did they build a tower? What was the point?
They built the tower so they could make a name. You see without a name you don’t exist, a name is a legacy, a name is your place in this world, your unique identifier. Remember in the book of Revelations, it was names that were read from the Book of life. And what’s more, the 144,000, the chosen ones were singing a new song which only they could learn. What language was it in?
So again, why did they want to build a tower. It was a survival mechanism, they were worried about being scattered across the Earth, so wanted to preserve their lives or their culture. At that point of reference Gen 11, it wasn’t that long ago that the Earth was destroyed by the great flood, that was Gen 10:32 which says ALL the nations of the Earth were descended from Noah, so to say that the people are one in Genesis 11:6 is no understatement.
They had every reason to try and preserve themselves since the flood was so recent, so they built the tower, to reach as far as heaven, that if anything was to happen on Earth, they would have a name for themselves in heaven.
Now at this point God finds out, he notices what they are doing, and he notices their intentions. To make a name for themselves. So he leaves heaven and comes down to see just what they’re up to.
It must be serious because for God to leave heaven, paradise and come down to Earth to see what humans, to see what the children of men, to see what mere mortals are doing, it must either be bloody interesting or a threat to me.
Now what does God see when he comes down. He sees the people are one. They have true unity. He sees they are have one language. He sees there is nothing they can imagine that they can’t do. They knew how to penetrate the dome and reach heaven.
Now what does God do. He confounds which means to (confuse and mix up) up their language, so they can’t understand each other. Now they are powerless. He mixes up their language so they can’t understand each other. Now they are powerless.
Black people are in fact the true Israelites spoken of in the Bible, we have historical and genetic facts to prove it, just look up the Kohane Priestly Gene. It seems we were the ones who have had our language confounded, 1) because we’re older than any other race and 2) because whichever way you look at it 2000 if not 3000 languages is a lot.
Nigeria has 500 languages in a population of 184 million people
Cameroon has 281 languages spoken by 22.5 million people
Brazil has 228 languages spoken by 211 million people
God definitely confounded it alright
With such tribal, religious and language diversity, can it be possible for Africa to truly unite. Without unification are we not just mere pawns to be used and abused by any and every other race, as history has shown. The second scramble for Africa is well underway, why, because of a lack of unity.
How are we supposed to be powerful? How are we supposed to get things done, without some basic form of understanding and compliance.
Africans are so fucking stupid that despite everything we’ve been through we’ve allowed the Chinese to come in and teach their languages in schools. Chinese language programs were launched on 19 June 2013 at the headquarters of the African Union in Adis Ababa Ethiopia, and it’s happening elsewehere.
My black family across the world, in case you’re not aware we are living in the end times right now. We already know of the de-population agenda, there’s the global agenda to reduce the Earth’s population. Then there’s the racist agenda to reduce the black population. Let me say that again there’s the global agenda to reduce the Earth’s population. Then there’s the racist agenda to reduce the black population. Let’s stop the nonsense and deal with the facts, they want us dead or turned into robots.
They’re wandering why Africans aren’t dying of corona like they want us to. Melinda Gates said the corona virus will make Africa have dead bodies lying on the streets. Bill Gates wanders why numbers aren’t as high in Africa as they predicted. And you wander why they call this a plandemic.
Us speaking one language is just one step we need to save the black race. Theres 12 more hurdles we need to jump to stop the black race from destruction. Check out my video, 13 steps to save Africa, and share it with your circle.
In order for the black race to be unified, we must speak one language
In order for the black race to have strength we must speak one language
In order for the black race to survive we must speak one language
We know that the white man didn’t let too many slaves who spoke the same language go on one ship, or go on one plantation he kept them divided, he kept them separated, so they couldn’t talk to each other and plan a revolt. If I can’t talk to you, I can’t tell you to launch an attack at 1 in the morning. I can’t tell you the white man likes to rape his favourite slave girl at 3 in the afternoon. I can’t tell you to make a weapon and leave it in the cotton mill so we can launch and attack.
History repeats itself, they’ve used the same tricks throughout history, divide and conquer. The white man is no different to the God of the Bible because he scattered us in different ships, in different plantations and in different countries, all according to our languages and hence we had no power.
So my question to you my black brothers and sisters in the continent and in the Diaspora, which language, which ONE language shall we speak in order to become one and do literally ANYTHING we put out minds to?
In order to create one must present something of equal value. This is the law of equivalent exchange. You have to sacrifice something in order to get somewhere, to climb higher, to get more money, to be in a better position, you have to give back. In order to create, one must present something of equal value. This is the law of equivalent exchange.
Are we as a people willing to sacrifice for the greater good? Are we capable of deciding, on agreeing on one language to be spoken by all the black people on the Earth to truly unite and to rebuild the continent? If a vote has been taken, if the decision has been made, are you willing to drop your native tongue, and go through the time, effort and pain to learn another language? I don’t know if you are, I’m just the messenger but I’ll tell you one thing we’re not gonna survive the next 100 years if we don’t get our act together.
Should we speak Zulu, Swahili, Twi, Ndebele, shona, Ga, xhosa, Yoruba, mande, wolof, Igbo, Swahili, Baoulé, Somali or Ebrié, or any other African language? The choice is ours to make, and ours alone. We can either join forces globally and create the next Wakanda or stay divided and crumble.
It’s Segun Starchild, Black Egyptians, one love!