In this life observing our many struggles as children in the broad diaspora of our Ancestrial homeland presently and popularly known as Mother Africa, I often wonder why is it that the captive masses of our wonderful people unhappily living in 'modern Europeans colonies have not and do not claim extraterritoriality.
I believe that we are all actually existing in a 'kidnapped' state, and in a state of in exile. When the chattel and/ or plantation slavery was abolished, not one our our Good Ancestor's ever signed a petition swearing away that they render any Ancestral birthrights.
I think that among other tricks, that the 14th,th amendment WAS A TRICK imposed upon the descendants of Nigriti peoples the peoples taken from the rich regions of particularly Nigritia ( who are still make up the majority of so-called African-American people in the US, and elsewhere) . Yes, was a vicious trick, a covert way to further indoctrinate Nigritia's descendants ( especially since majority of our deprived 'enslaved' ancestors were illiterate to the english grammar,naive/ unaware of government laws and their intentions etc, of that time ), and keep us stuck in colonial European establishment/s of captivity under tyranny , perpetrating terror and genocide and causing, to this very second mass confusion, immorality and chaos.
LOL, I'm not trying to 'reinvent the wheel', or suggest that everyone start throwing their hands in a 60's black power fist and start calling themselves Nigritians. People over the years have been saying all kinda things ( as many will, as an distraction ). What I'm saying is that , at least some consious of the 'tricks' in modern European colonial establishments, rather we call ourselves Abysinnian, Ethipian or any other name which was popular on worlds maps during the time of chattel slavery, might consider claiming if not total sovereignty , at least dual citizenship , utilizing extraterritoriality and diplomacy in beneficial ways.
Many of us are incarcerated, unjustly incarcinated. Many efforts have been made to made to bring justice to those imprisoned , politically imprisoned etc. , in the concrete boxes from the highest of educational institutions to the lowest of prison institutions...but to to me 'the invisible concrete' is the thickest, coldest, most dangerous, the hardest to escape and disintegrate.
What does anyone think about this?