MENA is the preferred term used to cover the Middle East and North Africa, and it extends from Morocco to Iran. Part of the region may also be located in West Africa. It is part of the African continent but has an Arabic culture.

The predominant countries that are a part of MENA are Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, and Yemen. Sometimes included are Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Chad, Cyprus, Djibouti, Eritrea, Georgia, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Pakistan, the disputed Sahrawi Democratic Republic, Somalia, South Sudan, and Turkey. Also, the Canary Islands and the Island of Madera may be included.

The MENA region has been in a state of conflict since the Ottoman Empire but has reached its highest peak of conflict in the 21st Century. The reasons are the rise of terrorism, Iran-Saudi Arabia proxy conflict, the United States intervention in Iraq in 2003, the rise of ISIS, the “Arab Spring” which spread war to the entire region such as the Syrian War, Iraq War, Libyan Civil War, Yemeni Civil War, and the Israel-Palestine conflict.

PALESTINEThe Israel-Palestine conflict began after World War II when the United States and the United Kingdom gave the land known, at that time, as Palestine, to be shared by two (2) states; that is, Israel and Palestine. The United Kingdom had become the governing factor of the Palestinian land. Later, the United States loaned the United Kingdom money in this regard, and so became responsible for the area along with the United Kingdom. In 1948, it was deemed Israel and Palestine share the area as two (2) states. The United Nations had expressed that it be two states and had kept records of which party did the most positive for the area (such as opening up a business like an electric company, etc.)…which business minds and their ability to make money would make their area a more prosperous and democratic nation within the Middle East. Palestine was located toward the Mediterranean and Israel was located next to Syria. During a subsequent war, Israel took over the Left Bank of Syria and the Golen Heights. Since this time, there have been controversies as to who would get what areas as their country. President Trump is convinced he can negotiate a solution to this problem, and the two states can sign a multilateral agreement.

Racial inequities in the Arab world cover forms of intolerance against non-Arabs. This has caused the region to be called MENA. There are other combinations, but MENA is the predominant name. It comprises Africans, South Asians, Hispanics, and Germanics of the Middle East and North Africa. Not only are ethnic groups included but religious groups are also included in this world phenomenon of racial indifferences, misunderstandings, and denials of culture. Knowing the intricacies of countries involved assist a person to understand the workings that affect situations. Some of the ethnic and religious groups are; namely, Alawites, Armenians, Assyrians, Baha’is, Berbers, Copts, Druzes, Ibadis, Ismailis, Jews, Kurds, Maronites, Sahrawid, Tureq, Turkmen, Yazdid, and Zaidis. Also included in this article are Muslims and Moors.

See:  http://”Racism in the Arab World” – Wikipedia  

Serious discussion of ethnic/religious diversity and its place in society is a long-standing taboo in this area. If the existence of non-Arab or non-Muslim groups is acknowledged at all, it is usually only to declare how wonderfully everyone gets along. As expressed by Mona Eltahawy, a columnist for the NY Times, the racism she experienced in metropolitan Cairo  has an echo in the Arab world at large where the suffering in Darfur (see continuation of Part 8 in June) goes ignored because its victims are Black and because those who are creating the misery in Darfur are not Americans or Israelis, and we only pay attention when America and Israel behave badly. She stated, in Egypt (continued in June), as well as in the Arab world, there is a culture of silence toward racist incidents which reflects negatively on Arab society.

moorsMOORS are known for their cooped heads who also are sometimes referred to as “wreathed at the temple.” They are mixed Arab, Spanish, and Berber and are known to be Muslim who were located first in North Africa in the Atlas Mountains, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, and Libya. Morocco was part of Mauritania, at one time, and the Berber clans in this region were called Mauri which became Moor according to one source.            



Moors are descendant from Arab and Berber tribes due to intermarriage. The Berbers, also known as Haiks, came from Asia around 3,000 BC and are known to have lighter skin. Some Berber tribes who are known as Kayles had a brownish skin and are probably mixed with Asian. The Moors, even though black skinned, may be known as Arab and are not classified as Black. They later moved into the regions of Portugal, India, Italy, and Spain. To put two and two or three together, it is highly probable that the Moors, Bergers, and Aryan people are very closely related. There is a small Aryan group of people living in Iran.  See post dated October 17, 2014, and the treatise Chapters 1 and 3:

“The Larger Spiritual Order & Universal Scheme of Things-Simplified”

Muslims became well established in the 7th and 8th Centuries after the death of Mohammad, the author of the Qu’ran. They crossed the Strait of Gibraltar around 711 AD for the Spanish occupation. The Moors introduced new scientific techniques, geography, and philosophy to Spain. Over the next decades, Berbers and populations from North Africa gradually converted to Islam  Differences in religion led to century-long wars with the Christians in Europe. Chapters 3 and 4 of the treatise are about the journies of all major religions and how they connect.

As observed in past and present blogs which were written by this author, the region of the continent of Africa, including MENA, are very delicate in racial inequities both in religion and tribal heritage. Even though the intolerances and inequities of racial discrimination, both religious and in human/tribal characteristics, are worldwide, some of the regions of Africa and MENA have kept a low profile and have not been made known to the world as a whole, in general. Solutions may be discussed and brought to the attention of societies but some people refuse to comply with these solutions or do not want to correct them.

Part 8 shall be continued in the June blog. See you.




The countries of West Africa include Benin, Burkina-Faso, Chad, Cape Verde (island), Gambia, Ghana, Guinea and Guinea-Bissar, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Nigeria, St. Helene (island), Senegal, Sierra Leone, Sao Toma and Principe (islands), and Togo. The islands of Sao Toma and Principe are Democratic Republics and rich in oil, sugar, cocoa, among others. West Africa is bordered by the Sahara Desert which is shared by Central Africa.

SLAVE MKT 1860It was from West Africa that the slave trade to the Americas was conducted. The slave trade to Asian and Arab countries was conducted from East Africa. The tribal chiefs from both areas used slaves to conduct their business in Africa and also sold the slaves to traders from other lands. Consider the words of Dr. Ben Carson who recently stated the black people of the United States could actually be considered immigrants. They eventually became American citizens after the Civil War, and many people who fought in this war died for this great cause and should be respected, memorialized, and not forgotten.


The “N” word came from the word “nig…”. It was a sacred word used by the ancient Egyptians who called their land “Khemet” or “The Black Land”. It stemmed from the Egyptian word “N-G-R” which had a reference to “God” and also could mean (Net-ger). The Egyptian language used no vowels. It originally referred to people with black skin. However, through time, it has lost its original meaning. Blacks in Egypt called their Pharaohs “En-ger” or N-g-r”. The original Pharaohs were pure Black Africans. For more on this subject, see: “The Original Meaning of the “N” Word” on the internet.

The Romans, who were speakers of Latin, always knew of Blacks…there were Blacks in Rome, Italy and had an ancient Black presence long before the Latins migrated from Central Asia and North Eastern Europe along with the “Aryan” migration. Negro means Black in Portuguese and Spanish whose people did migrate to Africa. The Latin term “Niger” became “Negara”. In the Latin dictionary, “Nigro” means black.


BOKO HARAM, a terror group in West Africa, wants to destroy anything to do with Western culture, including the Christian religion. They continue armed conflicts into 2017 with human rights abuses and genocide. They became active in 2002 in the regions of CHAD, NIGER, NIGERIA, and North Cameroon (part of Central Africa) and have pledged allegiance to the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS). Obama liked to refer to ISIL instead of ISIS. The “L” in ISIL is derived from the term Levant that refers to the area bounded by Turkey’s Taurus Mountains, the Mediterranean Sea West of the Arabian Desert in the North, Mesopotamia in the West, and the Sinai Peninsula. Levant comprises the al-Nusra Front (meaning “Rising Sun in the East”), another terror group operating in France, Germany, etc. region. The people are called Levantines who worship within the Latin Catholic religion which is Christian. ISIS would not have the area of the Levant as part of their Army since the majority are Christians, and ISIS is part of the Islam religion.

The area of ancient Mesopotamia is an area that encompasses mostly all of Iraq and parts of Turkey, Syria, Kuwait, and Iran. The Mesopotamia region was the home of the ancient race of the Assyrian people who shall not necessarily be considered Syrian; however, there are some people in Syria whose ancestors were Assyrian. Assyrians are Aramaic speaking Christians of the Middle East who have their own language, culture, and heritage. Jesus the Christ is said to have spoken the Aramaic language. Semites were nomadic and therefore lost or had no history or written records of their wanderings and past…this is why they used the Vedas for their history (and probably the Old Testament stories in the Bible). Semites were of the Sumerian race.

The Boko Haram group is considered the world’s deadliest terror group. In 2011, letters from Boko Haram were found in bin-Laden’s compound when it was seized. In 2014, it was known throughout the world that this group had captured 276 schoolgirls. In 2016, UNICEF announced the girls and women that were released faced rejection from much of their homes due to the stigma of sexual activity. Massacres and other atrocities like killing Catholics or Christians were Boko Haram’s means of terror and included using women as suicide bombers. They were never officially accepted by al-Qaeda but do have connections with al-Shabaab in East Africa. Boko Haram had feelers out to attack United States’ and United Kingdom’s embassies, but the plan has been averted. Also, recently, it has been learned that al-Qaeda and ISIS may unite.

LIBERIA enacted a constitution in 1984, and it can be considered having Racial Inequities in Article 27 because it does NOT allow whites to become Liberian citizens. Only persons who are Negroes or of Negro descent shall qualify by birth or by naturalization to be citizens of Liberia.

NIGER, Republic of, is the largest country in Africa inasmuch as size and was named after the Niger River. It has a Democratic society and is part of the Sahara Desert along with Nigeria. Nigeria is smaller in size but has the largest population in Africa. President Trump has sent aircraft to Niger to combat ISIS. These arrangements had been made by Obama in his administration.



NIGERIA, Republic of, has a people and territory known as Hausa Territories. Niger is the language which speaks to the “perfect blackness” of the pure Hausa…also called Hausaland. The people also live in other parts of Africa but are mainly in Niger and Nigeria. There are 42 million Hausa. The Hausa also have a festival called Durbar Festival which is in Nigeria.HAUSA DURBER FESTIVAL



The Republic of Mali is located mostly in the Sahara Desert and is the largest country in West Africa. The population is mostly of the Muslim faith. The above scripts were found among Timbuktu manuscripts from the Mali Empire. They are done in the Sudani language showing knowledge of astronomy and mathematics. There have been approximately a million manuscripts found in Timbuktu, Mali. There is a festival called “Masked Ceremonial Dogon” with dancers.

MAURITANIA, Republic of, is the 11th largest country in West Africa. There is a slavery issue there in that 4% of the population are enslaved against their will…especially enemies of the government.

In regard to Racial Inequities in the global picture, in addition to color and ethnic differences, there are Institutionalized Inequities by wealth, income, criminal justice, employment, housing, health care, political power and education…also Symbolic differences that are aimed at Blacks by some parts of society that infer that Blacks are morally inferior to Whites. These differences are not only INCORRECT but underscore differences that no longer have a meaningful reasoning. They do not assist societies to adopt an understanding that could equalize the differences.

History needs to be studied in order to develop a human conscious awareness of Racial Inequities. This could cause peoples’ uncomfortable remarks about racial identities to be powerless. There were also White slaves throughout the Planet Earth’s history. Therefore, white or black, yellow or brown color of humans has caused an ethnic discrimination toward people belonging to certain groups that share cultures, religion, and language. This is called The Human Race.


 Next month Central Africa shall be published.


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The countries which participate in East Africa are Botswana, Djibouti (Horn of Africa), Egypt (may also be included in North Africa), Eritrea, Ethiopia (a Christian nation in the Horn of Africa), Kenya, Malagascar, Malawi (may be considered as South Africa & formerly Central Africa), Mozanbique, Somalia (Horn of Africa), Sudan (may be considered North Africa), South Sudan (broke away from Sudan), Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia (sometimes considered South Africa and formerly was Central Africa Federation), Zimbabwe (considered same as Zambia), Madagasgar is sometimes considered South Africa or East Africa, and Comoros, Mauritius, and Seychelles are East Africa but in the Indian Ocean. Madagasgar was at one time a continent known as Lemuria, but most of it fell into the ocean after some climate events, see: “The Larger Spiritual Order & Universal Scheme of Things-Simplified“, chapter 2,  a treatise authored by me.

East Africa is the area where it has been stated the first human or Homo Sapien appeared; however, some researchers suspect North Africa was instead the original place from which humans trekked out of the continent of Africa. Then there are thinkers who believe humans were manifested in ten (10) different locations of the Planet Earth. All in all, the human species has made its mark within the Planet Earth. East Africa is the site of Mount Kilimanjaro and Mount Kenya, the two tallest peaks in Africa.



The pyramids are a close resemblance to Egyptian pyramids. Fossils which were discovered in the Koobi Fora in Kenya, Olduvia Gorge in Tanzania, Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, northern Somalia and the Red Sea coast of Sudan are considered the most likely location of the land known to the ancient Egyptians as Punt. The ancient Puntites were a nation of people that had close relations with the Pharaonic Egyptians who reigned from the 32nd Century BC to 332 BC. Their belief was in the divine.

The white population of East Africa is small compared to the black population; therefore, racial inequities of color are not as much of a problem as in South Africa (see the previous post). The majority of whites fled north from South Africa due to the change of government that is committing genocide and murdering the whites. Bloody assaults and murders occurring in Africa against whites are mainly occurring in South Africa alone.

The economy is a more problematic situation than the racial situations. Another problem which may be considered a racial inequity is genocide conducted by Al-shabaab. Al-shabaab is also known as Haakat-Al-shabaab al Muahideen. This Islamist military group poses a much larger problem. The name is Arabic for “The Youth” or “Youngsters”.  Al-shabaab is linked to al-Queda.


This symbol used by Somalian-based Al-shabaab has the Koran’s holy book as its center theme.

SOMALIA is in conflict with neighboring states due to Al-shabaab’s Islamic identity. Somalia has clan divisions, but Al-shabaab wants to turn Somalia into a fundamentalist Islam state, and, therefore, attempts to mobilize the clans. They murder Somalian soldiers. Al-shabaab terrorists pose a threat to the United States also and can be considered a terrorist group. Somalia is a failed country with terrorism everywhere. Somalian clans have marched to Cape Town, South Africa to Parliament to protest against attacks. The terrorists are mostly of Islam religion and Sunni tribes.

SUDAN is on the ISIS list…South Sudan peacefully seceded from Sudan in 2011. Sudan has a university by the name of University of Medical Sciences & Technology (UMST). Until recently, the Islamic State has recruited students from Britain to this university. From the student body, twenty (20) young Britons were recruited by ISIS, but the recruiting has now been eradicated. It is almost one and one-half years since the last Briton went to fight in Syria. However, recently two (2) British students were killed in fighting in Iraq. Eighteen (18) United Kingdom medical students were studying at UMST before joining ISIS in Syria. Some have been killed while parents in the UK were attempting to get them out. The parents feel they may not have volunteered for fighting but thought the students were going to Syria to provide humanitarian medical aid. As high as forty (40) students, both men and women, may have joined ISIS. It is questionable if they can be rescued alive.

east_africa_longform_embedded_2  KENYA has a strong middle class and is making efforts to improve. There is a huge difference in the ratio of working men compared to working women; that is, there are more working men than women. Since the Mau Mau, a black terrorist organization, had an uprising or rebellion from 1952 to 1960 in revolt against British colonial policies, Kenya has enjoyed a stable government since their independence in 1963…although there are significant political and religious tensions resulting from the political union between Tanganyika and Zanzibar in 1964. Zanzibar is now part of Tanzania. The British government bought out the white settlers and mostly all whites have left Kenya. As a Republic, President Kenyatta became the first president. After an election fraud in 2007 by Muai Kibaki, Uburu Kenyata was elected president in 2013.

Rwanda, Uganda, and Burundi have each faced instability and ethnic conflict. In 1994, Rwandans had a genocide episode, and in 1991, Burundi had a genocide situation and a civil war. Rwanda and Uganda continue to be involved in related conflicts outside the region.

The world is in a humanitarian crisis, and these are critical times to Mankind. It would assist matters if the Preamble to the Constitution of the United States were read or reread by everyone. The Preamble to the Constitution should be read to redirect the priorities of Mankind. The words were meant to lead the world to peace and were given to the framers of the constitution through Spirit/God. The framers were highly spiritual people. The Constitution consists of divine words of wisdom meant for the world to assist in promoting peace for the good of Mankind. 




Racial inequity is now considered a better way to describe the global destabilization of the human race. Inequity refers to unfairness instead of not being equal. In a Spiritual sense, the human race is equal, but the way the different races are treated throughout the world is not fair. Racism is influenced by the idea that one race must be superior to another. Such ideas are found  in all population groups. However, the human race is all one but, as of now, still creating unfairness, injustice, and impartiality in the way groups are treated. Implicit and explicit conscious awareness shall be explained in a future post.

SOUTH AFRICA  Africa is a large continent situate in the lower hemisphere between South America and Australia. South Africa is known as the Republic of South Africa since 1961. The Republic consists of Cape Town at the lower tip and Johannisburg at the border of the Republic of Botswana, Namiba, Rhodesia, and Mozambique. In-between, the major towns are Zimbabwe, Seychelles, Durbin, Mauritius, Bloemfonteim, and Pretoria. In the middle of all these is the Kingdom of Lesotho, and Madagascar is an island nearby which was once a continent called Lemuria (see “The Larger Spiritual Order & Universal Scheme of Things-Simplified) Chapter 2. Lemuria is home to a type of monkey called the Lemur. Most of Lemuria sank into the ocean many years ago. 



MANDELA  JOHANNISBURG is the largest city in South Africa and was founded in 1886 (see South Africa History via the internet. Nelson Mandela traveled to Johannisburg and was a royal from the Thembu tribe from Mevzo near Durbin. He became President of South Africa from 1994-1999 within the African National Congress (ANC). Mandela was arrested in 1962 for committing sabotage against the South African government and was jailed in 1964 for trying to overthrow the state. His sentence was for life, but he only served that sentence for 27 years.

What significant legacy did Mandela leave for peace? Mandela is remembered, mistakenly, more for his nonviolent policy instead of his background of violence. After he left jail, he became a leader of forgiveness but also was worshiped as a legend. He called upon joining whites and blacks to shape South Africa but left no clear cut ideas that could be followed. The global press featured him as a martyr and problem solver which left the local South African press to follow a viewpoint that was not completely true. A confused society needed a leader supporting the past nonviolence philosophy of the ANC. He overturned the ANC’s nonviolence policy by bringing violence into it. Mandela incited revolt but taught nonviolence. Nonviolence and violence were contradictory with no pure line of thought.

Mandela was against apartheid (white rule) which represents the minority, and thought the blacks which represent the majority, would lose their jobs, culture, and language. This is not a justification for apartheid, but it explains how people were thinking. Under apartheid, the whites ruled over the blacks. Apartheid means “apart-hood” taken from the Africaans or Dutch settler’s language which had a meaning that whites were apart from nonwhites. This was not a good thought to promote. The 1990’s brought an end to apartheid. F. E. deKlerk shared the Nobel Peace Prize with Mandela and freed Mandela from jail. DeKlerk’s policies led the first democratic elections.

The ANC was a white apartheid political party founded in 1914. The party is now a post-apartheid black nationalist organization governing South Africa. There was a conflict of interest as to what city in South Africa should  be the capital and a compromise was met. Cape Town would be the Seat of Parliament , Pretoria would be the Seat of the President and Cabinet and is the Administrative Capital, and Bloemfontein would be the Judicial Capital. Cape Town is the most southern city situate at the tip of South Africa, Bloemfontein is situate in the middle, and Pretoria is situate at the top of South Africa. It must be stated that the whites made a huge, positive difference in the health standards of the blacks during apartheid.

cape town CAPE TOWN was populated by the Afrikaaners, or Dutch farmers also called Boers, and subsequently built a fort there. They believed it was a good place to raise crops, and the natives were friendly and not cannibals. They were defeated by England in 1902 after the British came to the area in 1820. The Boers resented British rule, and the British gave Cape Town back to the Boers. The Boers defeated the Zulu tribe and became the Union of South Africa in 1910. Apartheid began in 1948 with segregation of whites and blacks. In 1958, the blacks formed an alliance and broke away from the ANC.

The ANC is now the governing power with Jacob Zuma at the head. The other cartel is the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) lead by Julius Malema who calls for emancipation of blacks…they are destroying white statues of past white leaders and, by so doing, also destroying white history. Malema also blames Zuma for xenophobia attacks on black africans and makes hate speeches against whites using racism to further their agenda. The Front National South Africa (FNSA) cartel is inclined to condone racial inequity, and Hlaudi Motsoeneng, a former boss at South Africa Broadcasting (SABC) heads a power play cartel that wants to serve whites and not a political party.

The white citizens in Cape Town are now being mistreated, and many occupy slum areas with little food and water. There are squatter camps for whites, and they use public areas on sidewalks to bathe. Blacks are creating white genocide by brutally murdering them, almost every day, especially white farmers. A leader is needed to bring about stabilization in the area.


On a lighter side in Cape Town, there are many masked festivals or balls held throughout the year. They are known as trance parties held either outdoors or indoors, and a vortex of whirling energy is featured. Other festivals, either masked or not, feature performing arts, festivals reminiscent of Woodstock music, and gay pride, among other features.

On a global basis, there needs to be a healing of racial bias to go forward to acquire racial equity which determines fair and impartial treatment. In the Universal Scheme of Things, and as humanity acquires more personal Spiritual input, as is destined to occur starting with the 21st Century, the planet, hopefully, shall revert from racial inequity beliefs to the flow of racial equity. This shall bring fairness within the people who share the planet Earth.

Links to learn more: inequity/ 




The history of the word “racism” began as early as 1971 from racialism. The French word for “racism” is “racisme”. Leon Trotsky coined the word in a 1930 book “The History of the Russian Revolution” by using a Latin word “racistor (racists)”. In 1932, it became a noun as a fear-word. In addition, the origin of the word genocide began in 1944 with the Nazi’s destruction of humans. It refers to crimes against groups of humanity with intent to destroy their existence. “Geno” is race in Greek, and “cide” is killing in Latin.

asia  The highlights of the European countries and their race situations were discussed in Part 3 of last month’s blog publication. The continent of Asia, the largest continent,  shall be discussed in this section. Asia is composed of fifty-four (54) countries. Armania and Cyprus are part of the European Union. The countries are Abkhazia, Afganistan, Armenia, Azerbajan, Bhutan, Cambodia, China, Cypress and Northern Cypress, Georgia, India, Indonesia, Iran, Israel, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhistan, North Korea, South Korea, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Lebanon, Russia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Brunei, Myanmar, Nepal, Malaysia, Meldives, Mongolia, Nagorno-Karabakh, Oman, Pakistan, Palestine, Philippines, Qatar, Saudia Arabia, Singapore, South Ossetia, Sri Lanka, Syria, Taiwan, Tajikistan, Thailand, Timora-Lesta/E. Timor, Turkey, Turknemistan, United Arab Emirates, Urbekistan, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, and Yeman. There are various other independent small terratories.



Since September 11, 2001, in Western countries, there has been an outpouring of violent hatred against people that look Middle Eastern. This horrific day occurred when airplanes were maneuvered into the World Trade Towers in New York City and the Pentagon located across the Potomac River from Washington DC in Arlington VA. Another plane was downed in Pennsylvania by brave male passengers which probably was meant for the Capital or White House. The event was meant to terrorize the American people, but it did not damage their will. Furthermore, there is hatred for Americans by Middle Eastern people due to the American-led attacks in Afghanistan in retaliation for those terrorists. From Egypt to Palestine, there have been minorities of people who have violently protested in the streets, and they have also committed racist acts by attacking anything that appears Western from Western citizens to even UNICEF and other UN buildings. Also, since the 9/11 terrorist attack in the United States, people with beards and turbans have been attacked. Some of these turban and beard people have also faced detention and questionings by officials at American airports. ISIS has also raised their ugly head.

A point of interest is that the 9/11 terrorist attack on New York City and at the Pentagon near Washington DC occurred several days after a UN Global Conference was held from 8/31/2001 to 9/7/01. The conference was held to discuss race discrimination, xenophobia (fear of strangers), and related intolerance. The United States and Europe were against discussing slavery reparation, Israel and the United States were against discussing the possibility that Zionism is racist against Palestinians causing both to walk out of the conference altogether. India was against including discussions about caste-based discrimination, and some Arab nations were against discussions on oppression of Kurds and Arab slave trade among other discussions. A watered-down declaration was eventually made.


If nations do not want to discuss the entire situations of racial inequity, how can the situations be understood and changed? What is the fear that is holding these discussions at bay? One fear may be accounted for; that is, the energy split between male and female power should be a 50-50 ratio according to Spiritual knowledge. Where the male energy level is not equal and on a higher power then the female, the fear is that the male shall lose its power over the female. It is not a matter of losing power, it is a matter of sharing it equally. Many years ago, the female had more power but lost it, and now it is a matter of sharing it. IT IS NOT MIND OVER MATTER BUT MIND WITH MATTER THAT MATTERS. 

MIDDLE EASTERN OR MID-EAST societies are not all Arab. To understand this, please see: or Some of the countries who have changed their religion to Christianity or Jewish would not be considered Arab any more…but it can be very confusing; therefore, the links are given for one’s research.

The Mid-East societies resent policies of America in their region. For many of the more extremist factions, this has turned into a form of racial inequity. Many situations that are Western are actually despised.

For instance, LEBANON is considered more open to races than its neighbors. However, people of color face discrimination at work and away from work and are often not allowed at their beaches or clubs, or allowed but with various restrictions. In addition, property rights are severely curtailed even for Palestinians who are the same race but not nationals. According to an investigation, it was found that the culture of discrimination is socially accepted and is seen in the government and private sector as well as among individuals. Discrimination and/or racial inequity does not only target people of color, but it is also class and religion oriented.

PALESTINE AND ISRAEL situations are also very controversial and argumentative. While Arabs and Jews technically do not belong to different races, their religious and cultural differences and the political history of the region have contributed to highly evolved tensions…by perhaps a minority but a vocal and violent influential minority…resulting in prejudice on both sides.

 RUSSIA is also referred to in Part 3 in regard to its situation with Nazism. In addition, the country is also a participant in genocide, crimes against humanity, and war crimes. A committee of The International Criminal Court (ICC) condemned them for crimes against humanity for their actions in Crimea. Therefore, Russia opted out of being a member of the ICC.

The Spiritual situation that is in the World today may give the human race the opportunity to make a change in the attitude of the people regarding radical racial inequities. This is the time in the Earth’s history to make that change due to the available of higher vibration levels of the Universal Life Force that are aimed at the Earth to assist in this change. The situation is one for which the human race should be grateful and not fear this opportunity. It is a Spiritual experience for learning, and life may allow the human race to look at their fellow humans in a different light and allow the assistance for stabilization of racial inequities. Hopefully the Trump White House shall be a positive means to this endeavor. 

Part 5 shall continue with the continent of Africa.




The human race is not beings having a Spiritual experience…it is Spiritual beings having a human experience. This would be the better viewpoint to take in the cultural war that is now taking place. The human race is not alone black, white, yellow, brown or in-be-tween, but human beings all eventually going to the same place in Spirit…all having the same destiny through the Universal Life Force.

Race could be a way of noting physical differences of various nationalities that are linked to biological descent. There is an inequity within religions. There is a classification of race inequity within the white race as to working class and/or poor whites…not only lives of color; therefore, race inequity could be addressed within immigration. The World Wide Web (WWW) of social media is a great place to share the ideals of free speech. It can also be the breeding ground for hatred. This can be very serious as the number of hate sites have sprung up in recent years to an increased alarming rate.



There is mention of “White Nationalism”. This false reasoning is causing “Black Nationalism”. There is no “white lash” nor a “black lash” nor any kind of “lash” needed. Racial inequities take advantage of the cultural aspects of a specific race. “Telling it like it is” shall create changes. The emphasis is on “telling” and not “rioting”, smudging peoples race or beliefs, and causing disruptions of peoples’ lives.

negritudeThe Negritude (meaning blackness) Movement started in 1930 France through black writers. It is a movement towards race consciousness for blacks and restoring their rightful place within the global community. The movement consists of African Negroes, West Indians, and American Negroes, etc. It is meant to dispel belittling myths and stereotypes linked to black people. Black society is encouraged to teach their children they are direct descendants of the greatest and proudest race who ever peopled the Earth.

The inequities within races of the human race is a global situation that has become an epidemic. Some of these global racial inequities shall be addressed in the following areas of the World:

The United States of America is referenced in Part 2.

 ausmapAUSTRALIA is an island continent. It has some association with New Zealand nearby by name of Australasia and Oceania. New Zealand is also known as Zealandia. Australia has some intolerance with Muslims, refugees, and people from India. It also had a very racial past in which apartheid had been practiced and indigenous aboriginal people have lost all their land and suffered many prejudices. There was an institutionalized attempt to prevent aboriginal children (thus future generations) from being socialized into the general aboriginal culture. The Sydney 2000 Olympics also brought Australia’s racial inequities, past and present, to the attention of the World. Now, many parts of Australia’s rich diversity in people is slowly helping relieve prejudice. Politics is holding back complete understanding. There have also been attacks against India’s people to the point that India advised their people about dangers traveling to Melbourne.

EUROPE includes 27 countries before the United Kingdom exited (called Brexit) the European Union (EU). They include Austria, Belgium, Bulgeria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece (due to EU), Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxenburg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland, and Sweden.


EUROPE has a human rights abuse mentality that is unrivaled anywhere else in the World. Racial inequities grow and change with the economic circumstances and increased immigration to the region. Neo-Nazism is still felt. There is a lot of recruitment of children at a young age into Neo-Nazism. Europe is a complex area with many cultures in a relatively small area of land that has seen conflicts throughout history. National identities have often added fuel to some of these conflicts. The global financial crisis also impacts on the United Kingdom’s desire to improve their own destabilization of racial inequities by exiting the EU. The GYPSY community, which has often gone unnoticed, has been persecuted to a similar extent as the Jews have throughout history, including WW11. Even now they are largely mistreated or ignored. In FRANCE, there are more mosques than churches.

     Switzerland was once called Helvetia and still uses that name. It is landlocked by mountains and is a Federal Republic in Europe.  The citizens, in 2001, voted against the EU but are part of the single market which gives Swiss Nationals the same rights to work in the United Kingdom. Since the UK is opting out of the EU, does this change the rights of the Swiss to work there? The Swiss people experience a large backlash toward refugees and immigration. Xenophobia, or fear of strangers, is present, and Nazism is also still present since WW11. It is tightening its policies on asylum seekers due to concerns of illegal migrants.

     Greece, the homeland of Plato, has long been a society without other races. With the fall of communism in Eastern Europe, many people came to Greece including many Albanians. The Albanian population had been targeted with discrimination, and the Albanians had responded with hostage taking which has not helped the situation. Greece has also been dominated by Turks. Greece has a historical background of being Greek but are situate as part of Europe. The people are at odds as to their heritage, and their past history had been as belonging to the Balkans, see Chapter 4 of    “The Larger Spiritual Order & Universal Scheme of Things-Simplified”.  Greece has an attitude toward foreigners and has denied that racial inequities exist in their country. However, the country does not have a legal capacity to deal with immigration whereas the United States does have a law on the books. The Greeks are part of the EU but are in economic depression and not n a position to leave the EU. Many have migrated to other countries and overseas.

Part 4 shall continue next month with other global destabilizations and racial inequities of the human race. Hope to be in touch then. Have a Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and a more prosperous New Year.