By Nthungo YaAfrika

MANY women organisations dealing with gender-based violence on the motherland always lampoon our culture for this unbecoming behaviour of black African menfolk and, in some instances, womenfolk.

These women organisations do not know Maat, the religion of our ancestors. 

I will put my head on the block and say that these organisations are financially backed by Western organisatons to lambast our culture.

His-Story, the story of white people, says there was never any semblance of tight family unit as far as their race is concerned, that is why our ancestors called them Tambous, which means savages. 

‘In Africa, the woman’s ‘place’ was not only with her family, she often ruled nations with unquestionable authority. 

Many African women were great military strategists and, on occasion, led their armies in battle.

That’s why we had Queen Hatchepsort, the first queen in human history; Queen Sheba; Queen Kahina who fought the Arabs and stopped Islam from spreading into Western Sudan; Queen Nzinga who fought the Portuguese to stop slave trade; Madame Tinubu of Nigeria; Nandi, the mother of Tshaka; and Mbuya Nehanda, spirit medium famed for the ‘’My bones will rise’’.

Egyptian black queen Hatshepsut.

There are many great black women because their society and our culture allowed them to flourish unfettered.

In Europe and Asia, baby girls were thrown in rubbish pits at birth as they were considered useless. 

The woman had no rights while the man had power of life and death over her. 

Prostitutes were more respected than married women. Women were always locked in cloisters and had no freedom of movement. 

That is why Iben Batuta, a Moslem, the great Arab traveller, was appalled by the freedom that women enjoyed in West Africa when he visited Mali in 1852. 

In France, women gained some semblance of rights after the Second World War. 

If one looks at the whole European continent, how many countries have had women Prime Ministers and presidents? 

Coming to the US, the self-proclaimed leader of gender equality, how many women have ascended to the presidency since her independence from Britain?

Now let’s return to the topic above. 

Serious gender-based violence on the motherland started immediately after colonisation and partitioning of Africa in 1884. 

Although after the conquest of Egypt by Rome in 84 BC women were stripped of equal status to men, there was barely any gender-based violence against the Nahasi (black) women by their menfolk as Maat, the religion of order, was still reigning supreme. 

That is why Iben Batuta was appalled at the freedom women enjoyed in West Africa when he visited Mali in 1852. 

This tallies well with Lord Macaulay’s address to the British Parliament in 1835 when he said that the backbone of the black people was their spiritual and cultural heritage and their ancient education system which instilled high moral values in people.

The introduction of the corrupted Maat religion by the Christian missionary enterprise, now called the Holy Bible, made women to be viewed as chattels by their black (Nahasi) menfolk, culminating in what is now called gender-based violence. 

Genesis 2: Verses 18-25 being the main culprit: ‘’And Jehovah God said, It is not good that man should be alone; I will make him a helpmate for him.; but for man there was not found a help mate for him. And Jehovah God caused a deep sleep to fall upon the man, and he slept; and he took one of the ribs and closed up the flesh instead thereof: and the rib, which Jehovah God had taken from the man, made he into a woman, and brought her unto man. And the man said, This is now bone of my bones, and flesh of my flesh: she shall be called woman because she was taken out of man. Therefore shall a man leave his father and mother, and shall cleave unto his wife.’’ 

From the last sentence, who is superior a man or a woman? 

From the Christian missionary enterprise theology, Yahweh is described thus; Omnipresent, Omnipotent and Omniscient. 

My question here is: Where is the Omniscient power with these words. 

Now let’s look at the Egyptians (Nahasi) creation story, in part, called Memphite Theology by the Tambous. 

‘’The Primate of Gods Ptah, conceived in his heart, everything that exists and by his utterance created them all. He is the first to emerge from the primeval waters of Nun in the form of a Primeval Hill. Closely following the Hill, the God Atom also emerges from the waters and sit upon Ptah (the Hill). There remain in the waters four pairs of male and female gods ( the ogdoad, or unity of eight-gods)..”

From the foregoing, the Creator had no afterthought, because in pairs everything was created, unlike the Christian missionary enterprise creation story. 

This dovetails with the original creation story of Genesis 1: Verse 27: “…so God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them.”

In the eyes of the Creator of the Nahasi all creation is equal. 

But in the eyes of the Creator of the Tambous (whites), all creation is not equal. 

Females are subordinate to males, creating an unstable situation between he and she. 

The Creator of the Tambous does not appreciate order and togetherness of human beings, which is Maat, but prefers chaos which is called Isfet in Maat. 

Being used to chaos because of their origin, the Tambous, when they conquered the Nahasi, introduced chaotic and pagan philosophies in the culture of worship of the Nahasi people. 

Black Africans are afraid to question the Tambous’ scriptures as they deem them to be inspired. 

Inspired scriptures’ fruits are peace and orderliness among all people and sexes.

The Tambous’ scriptures have dismally failed to achieve since 84 BC.

No amount of the Tambous’ education can bring peace and harmony between genders.

Our womenfolk are worse off than those of 1852 when Iben Batuta visited Mali and are not even comparable to their antiquity counterparts like Queen Hatchepsort.  

The greatest man ever born, the Son of Mary, said no blind man can lead another one as they will fall into a pit. 

The Tambous are spiritually blind and have passed that blindness to us. 

Almost all Tambou churches are male-headed with only a few being female-headed and one that comes to mind is that of Mary Eddy Baker, the Christian Science. As long as we say: the Bible says so, we are not following our conscience and not thinking. 

Mary Eddy Baker Christian Science Founder

This then means we disagree that we were created in the image of Yahweh. Though the Tambous corrupted Maat, they unwittingly left sign posts and these, both genders should look for in-order to have a harmonious relationship and be true Ambassadors of the Son of Mary.

We were not created to be at each other’s throats but to love each other physically and spiritually. 

Some (black Africans) Nahasi will point at the bride price as a stumbling block for women’s emancipation. 

My humble answer is, bride price during pre-colonisation, was an appreciation gesture to the bride’s family and a unifier between families. 

Bride price was not meant to make people rich, like what has become the norm. We, as a race, have embraced change instead of sticking to tradition and that change is spiritually bitter. 

Because of embracing change, the family unit on the motherland is in tatters as gender-based violence reigns supreme, with all churches at sixes-and-sevens. 

The Tambous’ creation story is the foundation of gender-based violence whereas our ancestors’ creation story is a gender unifier. 

Let us be critical analysts of the Tambous’ corrupted Bible.

When these chapters 1 Corinthians 11: Verses 3-9 and 1 Corinthians 14: Verses 34-35 are read in churches, do they help gender issues? 

1 Corinthians 11: Verses 3-9: ‘’But I would have you, that, the head of every man is Christ; and the head of the woman is the man; the head of Christ is God. For a man indeed ought not to have his head veiled, forasmuch as he is the image and glory of God: but the woman is the glory of the man. For the man is not of the woman; but the woman of the man. For neither was the man created for the woman; but the woman for the man.’’ 

1 Corinthians 14: Verses 34-35: “Let the women keep silence in the churches: for it is not permitted unto them to speak; but let them be in subjection, as also saith the law. And if they would learn anything, let them ask their own husbands at home: for it is shameful for a woman to speak in the church.’’ 

With these foregoing verses, can there be peace between genders? 

The answer is no. 

In Verse 33 of the same chapter, Paul says: ‘’God is not a God of confusion but of order.’’ 

After quoting Paul, let’s see what the disciples and religious leaders thought about gender equality and how Yeshua answered them. 

Matthew 19: Verses 3-12, is about divorce, and Yeshua here repeats the true creation story in  Verse 4: ‘’Have you not read, that he who made them from the beginning made them male and female, And I say unto you, Whosoever shall put away his wife, except for fornication, and shall marry another, committeth adultery: and he that marrieth her when she is put away committeth adultery. The disciples say unto him, if the case of the man is so with his wife, it is not expedient to marry.’’  

Matthew 22: Verses 23-32 is about resurrection of a woman who was married by seven brothers and the religious leaders wanted to know whose wife she shall be after resurrection? 

Yeshua’s answer: “Ye do err not knowing the scriptures and the power of God. For in resurrection they neither marry nor are given in marriage, but are angels in heaven.’’ 

Yeshua tried to teach the correct relationship between male and female, that they are equal, to no avail. 

The final nail on gender inequality is in John 8: Verses 1-11, about the woman caught in adultery. 

Yeshua’s answer: ‘’ He that is without sin among you let him cast a stone at her.’’ 

Yeshua was conscious about the error of the corrupted creation story which made man more superior to woman. 

My humble question therefore is: Were the above quoted verses from Paul inspired by Yeshua and Yahweh or a downright philosophy of man? 

The answer is with you reader. The fruits of positive inspiration are order and not chaos. 

Let’s stop saying, the Bible said so, and start listening to our consciences. 

More than 2 000 years ago, even though the Apostle Paul performed miracles, people in Borea examined Paul’s teachings to see if they were true. 

More than 2 000 years later, so called modern black Africans are afraid to check the scriptures after leaving their places of worship, for fear of the unknown. 

The result is gender-based violence because of the corrupted Christian missionary enterprise version of the Creation story influenced by disobedient sons of Yahweh who left their heavenly abode to marry black women? 

And the offspring of this miscegenation are the Tambous.

I wondered where is the French Christian Church here? 

Nthungo YaAfrika, aka J.L. Mtembo, is a Hamite who strongly believes in the motherland renaissance. For views and comments, email: lovemoremtutuzeli@gmail.com

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