Why hasn't the majority of the 100% black Africans in Africa hasn't advanced past the "Stick Age"?
Those African countries have more natural resources than the USA could ever dream about, but just look at Somalia, The Congo, Rwanda, Kenya, Zimbabwe, ETC. Please not the usual babel "The Evil White Man" stole their gold and diamonds, those are just trinkets. Yes a few livable countries in Africa, but if you check, you find it is Whites living there making it somewhat civilized. There is a difference, a big difference and skin color has nothing to do with it. Not a "rant", but can anybody see there is a difference, a big difference?. And the USA wants MORE of "them".
- Anonymous9 years agoFavorite Answer
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- Anonymous4 years ago
First please provide me an answer to this question:Why the heck do each and anyone on he says black africans at the same time as refering to african human beings?maximum black human beings in u.s. and africans at the on the spot are not a similar. authentic we are decndants yet no longer a similar because when we were given the following we mixed with diverse races. second your statement about "whites" residing interior the livable parts is authentic in spite of the undeniable fact that that's likewise authentic that europeans and now china is likely on the aspect of commence stealing from Africa.
- Yak RiderLv 79 years ago
Africa is based on tribal society. All the nations of Africa are artificial creations that mix tribes who should not be mixed. Either the borders need to be redrawn to reflect tribal society or the people themselves need to get over their identity of themselves by tribe.
- Anonymous9 years ago
Africa had a well developed iron and gold industry before the Europeans and Arabs decided to turn the continent into a slaver's paradise. Since then they've been dominated by colonial powers and international corporations. Most whites in Africa civlized it with a gun on African's backs. Not surprisingly, it makes it remarkably cheap to operate farms and mines when you don't have to buy them.
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- PyramidLv 69 years ago
Some sub Saharan African countries have advanced into the machete age.
- mimiLv 69 years ago
Corrupt govt,uneducated people,poor farmland,a lot of reasons.
- thinkingtimeLv 79 years ago
Yes, this is a rant, like all your other racist rants.
- Anonymous9 years ago
Why hasn't you hasn't (sic) ever read a history book? Or a grammar book?
Egyptian Empire (3100 BC – 870 BC)
Ancient Carthage (575 BC - 146 BC)
Mali Empire circa 1350The Sahelian kingdoms were a series of medieval empires centred on the sahel, the area of grasslands south of the Sahara.
The Nok Civilization is considered to be one of the most advanced ancient sub-Saharan civilizations in African history. Beginning some time around 500 BCE, it was largely concentrated in what is now Nigeria but produced some of the first sub-Saharan iron smelting and terracotta architecture. Mysteriously died out around 200 CE.
The first major state to rise in this region was the Kingdom of Ghana. Centered in what is today Senegal and Mauritania, it was the first to benefit from the introduction of pack animals by Arab traders. Ghana dominated the region between about 750 and 1078. Smaller states in the region at this time included Takrur to the west, the Malinke kingdom of Mali to the south, and the Songhai Empire centred around Gao to the east.
When Ghana collapsed in the face of invasion from the Almoravids, a series of brief kingdoms followed, notably that of the Sosso; after 1235, the Mali Empire rose to dominate the region. Located on the Niger River to the west of Ghana in what is today Niger and Mali, it reached its peak in the 1350s, but had lost control of a number of vassal states by 1400.
The most powerful of these states was the Songhai Empire, which expanded rapidly beginning with king Sonni Ali in the 1460s. By 1500, it had risen to stretch from Cameroon to the Maghreb, the largest state in African history. It too was quite short-lived and collapsed in 1591 as a result of Moroccan musketry.
Far to the east, on Lake Chad, the state of Kanem-Bornu, founded as Kanem in the 9th century, now rose to greater preeminence in the central Sahel region. To their west, the loosely united Hausa city-states became dominant. These two states coexisted uneasily, but were quite stable.
In 1810 the Fulani Empire rose and conquered the Hausa, creating a more centralized state. It and Kanem-Bornu would continue to exist until the arrival of Europeans, when both states would fall and the region would be divided between France and Great Britain.
Wolof Empire (1350 - 1889)
Ethiopian Empire circa 1900The Ethiopian Empire existed from approximately 1270 (beginning of Solomonid Dynasty) until 1974 when the monarchy was overthrown in a coup d'etat. It was the only native African nation to successfully resist the Scramble for Africa by the colonial powers during the 19th century.
Empires of Transition Age AfricaFrom the 15th century until the final Scramble for Africa in the late 19th century, a number of empires emerge also south of the Sahel, especially in West Africa, prospering on the Transatlantic slave trade of the period.
The Kingdom of Nri (1043 - 1911) was the West African medieval state of the Nri-Igbo, a subgroup of the Igbo people, and is the oldest kingdom in Nigeria. The Kingdom of Nri was unusual in the history of world government in that its leader exercised no military power over his subjects. The kingdom existed as a sphere of religious and political influence over much of Igboland, and was administered by a priest-king called the eze Nri. The eze Nri managed trade and diplomacy on behalf of the Igbo people, and was the possessor of divine authority in religious matters.
The Oyo Empire (1400 - 1895) was a West African empire of what is today western Nigeria. The empire was established by the Yoruba in the 15th century and grew to become one of the largest West African states encountered by colonial explorers. It rose to preeminence through wealth gained from trade and its possession of a powerful cavalry. The Oyo Empire was the most politically important state in the region from the mid-17th to the late 18th century, holding sway not only over other Yoruba states, but also over the Fon kingdom of Dahomey (located in the state now known as the Republic of Benin).
- MattLv 59 years ago
because white people control them, the white people who live there live fine, but aboriginals. Why? because the white people stole the land and steal there food, and make them pay for it. but of coarse they can't afford it.
- RayalLv 79 years ago
"Not a Rant"