Peace African, I greet you,
“Images are nearer reality than cold definitions.” — African Proverb
When is the last time you read a good novel and was it African Propaganda, eurasian Propaganda or mixed Propaganda? You are at War. In War, “The function of Propaganda is to identify the target’s forces and enemies.”
The other day I turned on the TV for my one-year-old son and saw an animated Black girl call a white woman “Mom.” Other television shows popularly feature same-sex couples, benevolent whites and, never, never a truly dignified Powerful African. The literature available to you rarely differs.
“Zuberi; and the Maroons of Maa” is different. It features a capital-B, capital-M Black Man in a post-revolutionary world. It’s unlike anything you have ever read before and it’s incredibly digestible. Look at the preview or listen to the first chapter. It does not disappoint.
You do not know revolution if you have no imagination of a Post-Revolutionary World. Send me $10 and your email address, and I’ll send you “Zuberi; and the Maroons of Maa.”
Read the summary here:
“Zuberi; and the Maroons of Maa” is a narrative of a capital-B, capital-M Black Man’s quest for completion while he dutifully serves a Prosperous, Independent African Community. Zuberi represents the consummate Black Man: strong, athletic, agile, dexterous, intelligent, wise, disciplined and charismatic. Despite his divorce and looming threats of white aggression, he champions Pan-African thoughts and actions with a steady resolve to attain a Mama for his son and a wife for himself. His story differs from contemporary accounts of Manhood. He doesn’t hide from his enemies–he doesn’t even meet them half-way–instead he heroically finds them where they are and causes havoc in the purview of protecting his people. He is Zuberi of the Maa Nation, a window into the future of an organized African people.
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