The world is beautiful. He that is considered the originator, the helper, the cause, the caretaker, the first to be in existence like us, also knows this. This first person in existence or caused things to be probably enjoys the presence of all these beautiful bodies that are scattered in the solar system just as we do. Ours was to enjoy and protect the very environment that cares for us by providing us abundant food and all the medicinal herbs to cure our illnesses. Mankind was to work meticulously to find solutions and then to block the coming forth of occasional accidents, catastrophes, deaths that occur to disrupt this constant happiness and love we have for one another. We were not to create these ourselves in the world. Unfortunately, due to poor leadership in the world, which had consisted of fragile alliances that breaks as soon as one partner decides to quit, we have been unable to maintain real peace. Instead we continue to sabotage one another and plan the downfall of our neighbours. The knowledge of religion, which people depend on to obtain peace in them and, among their numerous church members, has in itself a number of problems. Since time in memorial this knowledge has not been capable of controlling crimes and wars that ruled the world since the origination of man and the migration of his descendants into the different continents of the earth. One time after another, the prime purpose of religion, which is, to teach brotherly love among the inhabitants of the world had been disordered. But this important purpose has not only been unachieved, but also now and then the different religions on earth had been the originators of minor and major wars themselves on the planet. So in short, it can be argued that the religious people, like their secular counterparts, are not different from each other, for the former as well as the latter maintain the manipulation of those that they purport to care for and love and use them for their own selfish interests. If the world were to be changed, then the major religions of the earth and their secular counterparts should also do their best to make order, peace, and stability to occur in order to permit justice and equality to prevail on the planet. Not teaching peace, but on the other hand, propagating violence through their petty ideologies that they themselves have created, continue to cause discord among the different groups of people of the world.
The purpose of this piece of work is to illuminate on the fact that; the knowledge of the present descendants of the African Albinos that populated the European continent, and later moved to America, Australia, and other parts of the world would save the world from continuing violence. This is because the making of weapons by them to destroy themselves and other enemies of the world through manipulations that had shaken the world for centuries would now subside. Concrete plans will soon be underway to guarantee that the world become peaceful, devoid of conflicts in order to ensure that justice and true equality would prevail.
Darwin's theory, Europeans, and African Albinos
Nineteenth century was important to the world because it was this century that Charles Darwin propounded his famous theory of the Origin of Species, first published in 1859. Earlier before the above-mentioned century, Sir Isaac Newton, the Cambridge physicist, astronomer, and mathematician had also shook the world of the eighteenth century scholars with his own earlier famous publication concerning Principia: Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy (1667). But the former theory was more important to many people because with his theory, the world gained the glimpse of how human beings' own ancestors had evolved during the ages that had gone before us. It must be mentioned that many scholars prior to Darwin had championed the theory of evolution, which had caused crisis of faith in the century before. Men like Buffon, Lamarck, and Darwins own grandfather, Erasmus Darwin had long time also speculated on the origin of man in the century before Darwin's theory emerged. Geology, the most favourite of the sciences in the first half of the nineteenth century, had equipped many people to comprehend that the earth was much older than it appeared in Biblical chronology.
Even though Darwin's work created problems for some people, particularly the Christians and the Church as whole, its central truth regarding the hypotheses he provided that challenged the basic principles of the Biblical story of creation could not be put aside lightly. In this twenty-first century, there is more illuminating light on this theory regarding how the original men lived and spread in the pioneer continent that even assures us that Darwin was right and his theory was perfect. But the problem with Darwin's theory was that when he created it in the presence of the world and many scholars of his day, he failed to make any connection with direct descendants of the people of Europe to the original Africans living today in the African continent. According to Darwin, the evolution that occurred long time ago finished and there emerged a distinct species of the people living in Europe. Whether he was aware of the African Albinos in Africa that time or not, we do not know. But it is possible that he was aware but did not want to make known to his sceptical audience at that century that was filled with copious criticisms. The Europeans were a species that occurred, a distinct one that migrated and left Africa for more than 60 000 years ago. But the idea that the “so-called white species” were a distinct group that left Africa for good baffled me, and as a result, I spent considerable number of years researching. This led me to the study of Genetics and other essential scientific principles to aid me comprehend this baffling question of human ancestry.
Dispel of Magical Elements in Darwin's Theory
In the twenty-first century, this gigantic theory that the species that inhabited the continent of Europe were a distinct one that evolved and left for good from Africa, is no longer appealing to our conception. Because we believe from scientific analysis (based on empirical evidence) and also basing our data on historical materials, we can make direct connection of this species to the African Albinos that continue to thrive among the present day original Africans living in the diverse parts of the continent. So the hypothesis I drew was first stated like this:
If species could evolve in a certain period in history, then with the prevalence of the same conditions and adequate human resources in the same environment, it should be possible to repeat itself in the same milieu.
My work, as a scholar and scientist, was to point out that continuity could exist and that can dispel the magical aspects or elements in Darwin's Theory, which should be discarded in order to concentrate on the principle of continuity concerning the species in current context of Africa. There is no breakage or a halt for we perceive what is happening in our very eyes as something that deserves to be mentioned and should in the near future compel us to develop a better theory concerning the theory of man.
As a scholar and scientist, with meticulous observation, I perceived in the twenty-first century what others have discarded as had occurred only once in the lifetime of the world. There is no difference between the African Albinos and the current descendants that live in the Diaspora of Europe. This should be capable of shaping the world about power, equality, and peace on earth. No longer should the African Americans or African Europeans consider themselves as different or inferior in the presence of the descendants of African Albinos that left Africa as them many centuries ago. From these people, who originally hail from Africa, having hundred percent bloods of the Africans, it should not scare anybody when they hear them memorising mythical stories in a loquacious manner about them. For the study of genetics and use of speculation concerning the development of bigger brains is not sufficient to cause these people to consider themselves as better than other races. If the theory of parallel origination (which some naive Scandinavian's subjects hold) is not able to be substantiated, then there is no way any particular group of people should allow the descendants of the African Albinos to impose any form of illusory superiority on them. Because so far as we know, their adventurous journey into the Northern Hemisphere could not initiate any magical replacement of some things in their bodies that should elevate some individuals to be above the normal human beings. If they refer to their imitations of the beautiful architectural buildings that originated from Egypt, Greeks, and the Roman world, kindly inform them that the naive bushman knows the differences between the head of a Japanese, Chinese, and a Scandinavian.
Distinct Species is Rejected
The knowledge of the fact that the African Albinos were the ancestors of the Europeans, was something that the original theorists had known but they did not want to popularise it so that it could break the sharing of power in then world of serfdom and domination. Of course, Darwin would not go far as to point out that there are some evolving species that are even taking place now, though he was aware. For that would have called for more critics against his theory. “So far as this is kept away from them, we can continue to dominate them, so let us advocate for a distinct species in order to keep them ignorant,” he might have reasoned to himself.
Now that we know about these descendants of our European brothers, it shall break down the structures and by so doing to permit authentic and genuine peace to prevail in this world. Yes, the daydreaming and hallucination experiences of some people in the Arctic Circle that they belong to a distinct species must be relinquished and let science and common sense prevail. They should relinquish these myths which certain lunatics had used to cause a lot of havoc in the world. The sick mentality of these ignorant individuals, had been the cause why human beings had fallen down on several occasions on their knees in centuries that had gone before us. What the theory of “mythical superior species” had done was to allow unnecessary wars and criminal activities to go on and on in the world. It allowed the warlike nations to specialise in the use of arms and by so doing used certain myths surrounding them to steal lands and property from the weak and the poor. There were some higher Institutions in the world where the measuring of human heads were being practised regularly to determine who did conform to real human or not. Today, whenever we refer to man on earth, this ignorance is no longer to be applied as a yardstick. The designation is to consider a person either to be poor or rich but as to the content, it is the same and I do not care what the ignorant fanatics and deliberate stupid racists would be harbouring in their heads. Peace, order, and stability should be made to prevail on earth, and it is a process that nobody on earth can impede its progress unless nations remain naive and allow interest groups to enter their countries secretly and unknowingly to create wars among warlike religious brethren or other ignorant religious adherents.
The knowledge of this illusory superiority cautions the world and its leading power structure at the moment to lead and abolish the pretentious superiority that has activated the exploitation we see going on in the world. People should begin looking for lucrative ventures to invest their money for the manufacturing of weapons, which certain countries do deliberately in order to create wars in those ignorant religious adherents quarters. We care less about how this may be supporting them, but know that the knowledge of these myths shall one day put an end to all these manipulations that prevail in the world at the moment.
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