African Slavery and Its Denial by Blacks<quoted text> The entire premise in which your rebuttal was based on is more ignorant then false. Tho there are counties that do continue to live in savage manors, far from all African counties are subject to that lifestyle. Tho you don't even know what you are saying, and a new in mind speech true feelings. I've never once said I would consider moving to Africa. I'll fill you in on a little secret, all black people aren't from Africa. That in no way erases America's bloody history, nor makes it okay. Because you choose to live institutionalized, I have nothing left to say to you. For where is the flies over your head like a dove in spring!
by Salim Muwakkil
Does slavery still exist in Africa? That question was rudely inserted into the national conversation last month when a ship from the West African nation of Benin reportedly was lost while ferrying child slaves. Although that story turned out to be overblown, it helped pull the cover off one of Africa's dirtiest secrets: slavery persists.
According to UNICEF estimates, there are 200,000 child slaves in West and Central Africa. Most of those forced into involuntary servitude are in economic bondage, with the boys being sold to cotton and cocoa plantations and the girls ending up as domestic workers and vulnerable to sexual exploitation.
I guess that this information wasn't in Gen Monk Monks manifesto so you may have missed it.