For example, Zimbabwe has changed, although not for good but for worse and what they aspire, blaming the White people for their down-fall. They turned their economic prosperity gained from Farming, manufacturing and mining into the total chaos. It is because that Zimbabwean did not like the economic prosperity and stability they enjoyed from farming, manufacturing and mining that was well managed by White people. Now they are daring to blame others/West for their own brutal acts against humanity and voodoo development policies. Just like many other Africans, soon after their independence, they chose their loving path that they are into up to today and still blaming the West for their poor economy and living conditions.
I remember walking into a 5 Star tourist hotel in Africa with my white friend that we met flying from Geneva Switzerland to Tanzania. I was stopped and I was told that I was not dressed appropriately because I had jeans and polo-t-short on. But my white friend had sleepers on with tropical casual outfits (shots and sing-lend) was not questioned. This happened in Africa and I was stopped by a fellow African, watchman, when he saw my credentials he was left mouth opened and refrained by disgrace. I call that self discrimination. With such a low self-esteem, others (could be white, Chinese, Arabs, Indians or even fellow Africans) will control you for anything until you do some soul-searching and dramatically shift from such dogma and taboo into real and rational sense of who you are, what are you standing for, and what are you capable of. To their surprise here in the west, they don’t stop anyone because of appearance, they need money and no culture, tribe, clan or appearance on business, because money talks.
In order for Africa and African to be treated at high standards they have to start treating themselves and their own to such high standard. Stop degrading yourselves that much. Have priorities in your pride. I hate to tell this story, but I witnessed and experienced it first hand. I dont want anyone to have the feelings i experienced in that Hotel. Like my father used to say, “I can forgive but I will never forget”.