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THE DEPARTMENT OF AFRICA

A NEW CONCEPT OF FAMILY AND ETHNIC GOVERANCE, EDUCATION, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT – USING PSYCHOSOCIAL BASIC RESEARCH, AND A PHILOSOPHICAL/NEW PARADIGM BOTTOM UP APPROACH.

CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK

The Department of Africa is the only political institution/conceptual instrument in existence today, which represents the political interest of the African family worldwide. The central idea behind the “Department of Africa” is to provide a framework for all African people in Africa and the Diaspora, to have a common citizenship in a political institution which is outside of traditional African tribal countries, colonial and neocolonial Africa, and conditions of political slavery of Africans in the Americas, Asia, Europe, Australia, and the Islands of the world.

HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES

The Department of Africa was initially conceptualized by Dr. Nkosi Ajanaku, Esquire, Chief Researcher of Future America Research Institute, over 40 years ago, during the process of designing a psychosocial basic research solution in order to solve urban and rural problems in America, Africa and the world – poverty, crime, hopelessness, ignorance, the effects of slavery, racism and colonialism/neocolonialism, etc. on the psychic systems of individual Africans/ African Americans, ethnic Associates, etc. and to bring objectivity through the use of the Declaration of Independence by Thomas Jefferson.

In May/June 1996, during the three-day Atlanta Empowerment Zone Town Hall meeting on sustainability, held at Clark Atlanta University, Dr. Ajanaku and staff had a substantive conversion with Mr. Charles Ntah, a naturalized American from Cameroon/Africa. Mr. Ntah is also a junior economist and a comprehensive urban and regional planner by profession.

Mr. Ntah studied psychosocial phenomenon basic research under Dr. Ajanaku and Future America for three years and became grounded with the essence of basic research discoveries, programs and strategies. After which, the Future America Research Institute and its affiliate Greater Works College of Divinity in Atlanta awarded Mr. Ntah the title of Doctor of Social Phenomenon Research (DSPR).

Dr. Ajanaku and Dr. Ntah have continued to conduct psychosocial basic research about Africans/African Americans and ethnic Associates worldwide, as well as, designing of a philosophical and new paradigm bottom up solution to poverty, and seek implementation in the eight states of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Region IV, in order to test the effectiveness of President Clinton’s HUD 2020 Management Reform Plan Pg. 7, and Future America 2010 Accelerated program. The latter represents the technology on how to implement the HUD 2020 philosophical and new paradigm bottom up approach.

GOALS OF THE DEPARMTENT OF AFRICA

The principal goals of the Department of Africa are the following:

  1. To establish a prototype land based “Free African Country” in all fifty-two nations of Africa so that Future America can evolve, free from colonial/neocolonial financial debt, free to develop economically and socially according to its capacity and ability.
  2. To change individual and institutional thinking/mindsets, from the current consumer/plantation mentality of a job-driven, market value consumer economy, to a thought-driven, value-based producer economy in Africa, etc.
  3. To implement the concepts and ideas embedded in “Esnicity”, the Declaration of American Independence, the American Constitution/Republic (the conceptual house of America), Free Enterprise, and Greater Works.

RATIONALE

Historically, European nations dug deep footholds into the African continent in an era known as imperial expansion. Sending deep into the heart of Africa their military, religious and governmental organizations, European nations – England, France, Germany, the Dutch, Portugal, etc. implanted in Africa their political and economic interests. This vested interest of the European nations is still prevalent today, although colonial rule of Africans in Africa has been transferred to the indigenous African people. Through the culture of language, religion, economics, politics and possible military intervention for or against various regimes in Africa, the foreign offices of Europe, the various “mother countries” and the Vatican, in all sense still rule Africa today. Neocolonialism, like neo-slavery in the United States is a fact under which African Presidents live on a daily basis.

The rise to be the predominant power by the United States subsequent to World War II and the Cold War with Russia, does not give the United States substantial power in Europe’s holdings, interest and control of Africa. Significantly, all African Americans have a substantial and historical presence in the origin and evolution of the American power in the United States, and although the United States has diplomatic relations with many African countries, the dominant and historical interests of Europe in Africa and the United States still prevail. The United States must still respect the historical interests of Europe in Africa and the United States.

The historical and subordinate relationship that the United States has with Europe prevents African Americans from having a direct basis of political and economic power with African people or African countries through the traditional political, economic or diplomatic channels of the United States government in regard to Africa. This means, of course, that Africans all over the world are effectively cut off from direct communications with each other through any traditional African cultures and ethnic tribes or through any traditional European, Asian, or American political, religious or economic channels. The result of this lack of direct communication among African family members worldwide is that the entire African Family worldwide is impotent politically, religiously, culturally, economically and in every other aspect of human, industrial and civilized life on earth. In order to solve the African Family problem, Dr. Ntah and associates have created the Department of Africa, so that the African Family can fashion all of the unique social and communication systems which will remove the impotency of the African people in the world.

MISSION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF AFRICA

The Department of Africa is positioning itself to broach relations with all of the countries in Africa and the nations under African control in the Americas outside of the United States, so that the Department of Africa will be the main political unit through which all other countries/states inside and outside of Africa will negotiate relations in regard to the interest of African people worldwide.

OBJECTIVES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF AFRICA

The principal objectives of the Department of Africa are the following:

  1. To begin the conversation among African countries/states, African American political, social and economic entities in the United States, Africans in the Diaspora, etc. about the existence, the reasons therefore, and the mission of the Department of Africa.
  2. To seek implementation of President Clinton’s HUD 2020 philosophical and new paradigm shift from the bottom up, using the HUD 2020 Management Reform Plan Pg. 7, and Future America 2010. Both documents are designed and tailored as the necessary technology to accomplish the empowerment mission of the Department of Africa.

STRATEGY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF AFRICA

The principal strategy of the Department of Africa is to get at least one African country or state outside of the United States to unite with the Department of Africa in this mission, so that the African Family entities can build around the two points and complete a three-hundred and sixty-degree circle around African Family interests.

Finally, towards this goal, great efforts must be made towards the continuous organization of Africans in the United States and abroad, strategic planning, designing of individual and institutional communication systems, financing and implementation of the plans involving all African people – professionals, students, women and children, institutions and organizations in the United States and the Diaspora, in order to create the concept of a Free African Country within the context of “Future America”.