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Dynamics of Domination: 6 Steps Arabs and Europeans Used to Establish Dominion Over Black People

Lee Greene Richards (1878 – 1950) Nanny Holding a Baby 1911

To dominate a people requires the exercise of power over their consciousness and Europeans and Arabs who have sought to control African people have made the dominion over Black minds their major objective. It has been the successful path to prosperity and power for oppressive nations for several centuries, with no significant changes to date. The consequence has been the creative power of 1 billion people of African descent directed primarily toward advancing the interests of Caucasian people.

For the physical enslavement and domination of African people by Arabs and Europeans to last as long as it did, there had to be a correlating enslavement of the minds of Black people, according to the late Asa G. Hilliard III (August 22, 1933 – August 13, 2007), an African-American professor of educational psychology who worked on indigenous ancient African history (ancient Egyptian), culture, education and society.

Hilliard argued that to establish mental slavery, the oppressors used a six-step process that he called “the dynamics of domination.” These are the practices that Europeans and Arabs engaged to conquer the continent of Africa and enslave and colonize African people for several centuries.

Hilliard further argues that to liberate ourselves from foreign domination, Black people must recapture, re-institute and practice our native culture prior to the Arab and European invasion of Africa as the basis for creating a new reality.

The following are the six steps in the dynamics of domination.

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46 thoughts on “Dynamics of Domination: 6 Steps Arabs and Europeans Used to Establish Dominion Over Black People

  1. Marc Forst says:

    Persevere ye black people! Know thy black self, thy black culture & religion and black believes.

  2. Glenwood Johnson Jr. says:

    This needs to be shared and passed on, so that the wealth we create, we KEEP. Knowledge of SELF like this, along with economic knowledge, is key to asserting that which is inherent, and is OURS. It is power from within that is more powerful than supposed republic form of democracy that is SUPPOSED to enable everybody, yet only benefits the few. Pass it on. G

  3. Kory Kane says:

    I believe it all starts wth the Diet. Kill the father feed is Children control there minds.
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  4. these folks seem to be blissfully unaware of recent developments in many African countries….

  5. Doris Leyba says:

    So much information, sometimes I just think it could be part lineage. Im not disclaiming ALL info, there are the Moors who were strong, but if my ancestor were subservient wouldn't he or she breed, at least, some subservient children? It can be confusing, especially if we all came from the island of Africa.

  6. Dami Merriman-Johnson says:

    These developments are relatively hollow as they are made on the 'good graces' of borrowed money from the more prosperous nations, and frankly are a good few hundred years behind what would be considered the current curve of socio-economic development. Moreover, any such developments are so small in scale that they would be hard pressed to become self perpetuating (as is the case with the healthy development of a civilisation) making them short term in their output, administration and stability. Africa still has a very long road to walk before it catches up.

  7. White Europeans are not Caucasian! If you want to set the history straight, then get your terminology straight, too!! Caucasians are people from a small set of ethnic groups from the Caucasian region of **Southwest ASIA**. Behind closed doors in Russia, they are described with the N-word. White folks are White, period. You may describe them more specifically with their European ethnicity, or their nationality, but don't call them what they ain't.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peoples_of_the_Caucasus

  8. Kenneth Perkins says:

    My wife is from that region.

  9. Before now, I hadn't realized that the new practice of using Facebook IDs for commenting would mean that my remarks in other places would appear on my wall. Good thing I never say thing awful. (Not very awful, anyway.)

  10. Kenneth Perkins There's a Kavkazi synagogue across the street from my mother. Although their siddurim and announcements are in Russian, I often go, since they're very friendly.

  11. Gboyega Adelaja says:

    We did not talk about the role religion played in capturing the minds of Africans to accept Christianity and Islam, traditional religion was not allowed to develop, modified and sanctified. Today most Africans are spiritually slaved and imprisoned. It is a difficult cycle to break, hopefully wealth will come to Africa, pray that the leaders will use the wealth judiciously to the benefit of the masses.

  12. Baba Olosun says:

    Very educative. It teaches a lot.

  13. Baba Olosun says:

    Thanks Darmone. I really appreciate this read. Very educative and enlightened article. I appreciate it. The struggle continues. Our Ancestors will soon give us victory

  14. Abu Mansur says:

    This more of the same typical Afrocentric garbage. So, if I'm to understand this article and the comments supporting its thesis, Timbuktu, Ahmad Baba, the Moors were all brainwashed into accepting "Arab" culture (like you'll even know what that is) and that traditional African religion was deliberately stunted? Traditional African religions are local and tribal. They couldn't compete with Islam which offers a more sophisticated administerial institution needed for the expanding empires who were becoming integrated in the global trade network dominated by the Muslims. Islam was not forced on sub-Saharan Africa. And the Muslim armies went into North Africa only to confront the Romans. And why doesn't anyone in Africa accept these theories? Why is it always African-Americans who call themselves Afrocentrists who are trying to posit a puritanical-narraw view of African identity.

  15. Ibrahimi Qurani says:

    The authors need to correct their misconceptions that Arabs cannot be black. Pure Arabs are black, and there are many black Arabs today that exists in ALL Arab countries. White supremacy affects the Arab ethnicity. Arabs have been convinced by the Europeans and Persians who assimilated into their ethnicity as well as by the Europeans that conquered them that white is more desirable and even superior. Please do not make black and Arab mutually exclusive terms, just like black and Latino or Hispanic should never be mutually exclusive terms.

  16. The devisive religions that were forced on Africans who were dragged form Aftrica to the Caribbean and the Americas is one of the greatest scourges to be visited on the African race

  17. Yvonne Jerusha Gekara says:

    Hmmm… interesting comment. So you do not see any truth in this article? What about the draining of resources from African nations? Have you ever wondered why there is ceaseless war in Africa? People that are divided are easily conquered. If you grew up at all in Africa, you will see the exact same effect in the form of neo-colonialism… oh, wait, you probably do not agree with that; as far as you're concerned, neo-colonialism is another myth created by "Afrocentric" African-Americans, right??

  18. Yvonne Jerusha Gekara says:

    I could not agree more!

  19. Abu Mansur says:

    @ Yvonne Jerusha Gekera: You obviously did not read my comment or the article for that matter. The article portrays the Arabs as having devastated Africa and as having had the same impact on the continent of Africa as the Trans-Atlantic Trade and European Colonialism. This is historically false and the article itself fails to present any evidence to this effect. As for your references to draining resources, divide and conquer, and neo – colonialism, these are all the result of Europeans and the beginning of the Modern age. Not Arabs or Muslims. To date there is no evidence of Arab colonial rule of Sub-Saharan Africa. Go back and read the article then read my comments.

  20. Pam Muhammad says:

    Everyone knows something and none of it is worth the keystroke that typed it because Arabs ain't worth s^&* and Africa is lost. What can anyone do about it?

  21. Gregory Dowo says:

    Lylette Primell I stay in Africa myself. Most Africans reject our traditional religions in favour of Islam and Christianity. They are so brainwashed they think our culture is evil.

  22. Drive arabs and muslims…OUT of Africa NOW

  23. nit picking the word is a waste of our time…it has long been accepted that the word caucasian refers to europeans

  24. Tapi Z. Ushe says:

    Gregory Dowo Gregory Dowo I'm 100% Zimbo, but lived in North America my whole life. For a person from Zimbabwe to say that, that's crazy. I never had anyone on the inside that's awakened say that. But now I know it's true. We have to start over from the ground up.

  25. Abu Mansur says:

    Andrew Acompong: That would eliminate Africa as Muslims make up 80 percent of the continent.

  26. Abu Mansur says:

    Andrew Acompong: Muslims make up 80 percent of the continent. So unless you're calling for genocide and annihilation of Africans based on religion I suggest you spare us your foolishness.

  27. Gregory Dowo says:

    That's true my brother there is a lot of work to be done on decolonising the mind.

  28. wrong moslems dont make up 80% of the continent, thats a lie in your small mind actually the biggest concetration of moslems in Africa is the north and thats less than a third of the continent. Sub sahara Africa is over 80% christian and its the biggest part of Africa , now add on the south and south which is 90% christian, u dont have much.
    So dont start any religious war cos we overwhelmingly out number you.

  29. thats why i dont bow to the god of abrahim and for jesus i have "Heru", am free.

  30. i think u are deranged Arabs cant be black , arabs are not ethinic peoples of our holly continent. They are invaders.
    Your history has been twisted

  31. Islam just like xristianity was imposed on black people thats the truth. what you call sophisication is simply enlarging and imposing arab culture on the masses, now its over cos africans have no natural love for arabs . fact the further south u come the less of you parasites exsit.

  32. like i said Abu you are dillusional you are not more than 20% of the African population , try your stupid jihadism on Africa and u will end in the medtranian. U forgotten what we just did to karthoum(Sudan), ,,,or more read general gadirs memories on the African jihad and why it failed.

  33. Abu Mansur says:

    Abel Bogere Kato: North Africa is still Africa and over 50% of Sub-Sahara Africa is categorically Muslim. So, you can take your pseudo-Afrocentrism elsewhere.

  34. Abu Mansur says:

    Abel Bogere Kato: There are ways to find the identity and locate people on this forum. JS.

  35. Abu Mansur You dont know what you are talking about and in general u dont know the size of Africa. Thats understandable anyway cos you are Arab and a foreigner on our holly land.

  36. Abu Mansur says:

    Abel Bogere Kato is so confused. Typical African transplant in Europe. Good luck with your identity politics.

  37. Abu Mansur says:

    Abel Bogere Kato: Islam was not imposed on Sub-Sahara Africa, a point that has been made by every historian and chronicler from Ibn Batutta to Chiekh Anta Diop. Islam enters the Sub-Sahara by way of missionaries and merchants. There was no "Arab" Invasion unless you're speaking of the Al- Murrabitun, commonly referred to as Moors, when they sacked Songhai in the 16th century. But these are the same people Afrocentrists argue are black. In North Africa, the Muslims did enter with military force but that was to confront the Romans who had been occupying that region. When you read the primary sources, the first hand accounts, of how Islam enters Sub-Sahara and how it was indigenized thus creating a Sub-Saharan West African Islam that was distinct from Islam in Levant it is clear that the Arabs never colonized Sub-Saharan West Africa and to date there is no proof of any such event. Now, Abel Bogere Kato, you and anyone else on here are welcome to provide the readers of this forum with such proof but I will refrain from commenting any further until you do. Good luck.

  38. Abu Mansur says:

    Abel Bogere Kato: Islam was not imposed on Sub-Sahara Africa, a point that has been made by every historian and chronicler from Ibn Batutta to Chiekh Anta Diop. Islam enters the Sub-Sahara by way of missionaries and merchants. There was no "Arab" Invasion unless you're speaking of the Al- Murrabitun, commonly referred to as Moors, when they sacked Songhai in the 16th century. But these are the same people Afrocentrists argue are black. In North Africa, the Muslims did enter with military force but that was to confront the Romans who had been occupying that region. When you read the primary sources, the first hand accounts, of how Islam enters Sub-Sahara and how it was indigenized thus creating a Sub-Saharan West African Islam that was distinct from Islam in Levant it is clear that the Arabs never colonized Sub-Saharan West Africa and to date there is no proof of any such event. Now, Abel Bogere Kato, you and anyone else on here are welcome to provide the readers of this forum with such proof but I will refrain from commenting any further until you do. Good luck.

  39. Abu Mansur says:

    Abel Bogere Kato: I am not Arab. I am African American and I am a professor of African history at Georgia Perimeter College.

  40. Abu Mansur says:

    Abel Bogere Kato: I am not Arab. I am African American and I am a professor of African history at Georgia Perimeter College.

  41. What are some of the traditional religions of Africa?

  42. What are some of the traditional religions of Africa?

  43. PEACE. Pharoah believed he was a god, and here recently all this talk about we were gods. My question is ** How did gods get in the position to be everybodys SLAVE?

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