By Aquino De Braganca, Immanuel Maurice Wallerstein
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These and many other foolish claims and statements often made by these colonisers rebounce and cause mental harm to the white followers of these regimes. These regimes do of course console themselves on the few collabora tors - the assimilados in Portuguese territories, the constitutionalists in Rhodesia and the Bantustan participants in South Africa. This is indeed logical since the whole exercise of colonisation is adventurism and self deception. What needs to be pinpointed thoroughly is, who the enemy is and how complex he is.
Therefore, the African's responsible answer should be an emphatic 'No' A Challenge I wish at this point to call upon all the African people - sons and daughters of the soil, at home and abroad, poor or rich, educated or uneducated, young and old to stop now quarrelling, bickering and division which continue to cripple our struggle for freedom. Remember, whether we are poor or rich, educated or non-educated, chiefs or not, civil servants or not, whether we dwell in the King's domain or not, we are all condemned as Black People.
These proposals are a constitutional 'rape' of Africans by both the Rhodesian and British Governments, which is tantamount to a sell out of African majority of this country to a perpetual oppression and domination by the privileged white minority. The simple fact that a racist Rhodesian Government has accepted them is a measuring stick pointing to their dangerousness for Africans. The sensible African people of this country deplore and conden the manner in which the British Government conducted the negotiations that resulted in the constitutional proposals now before the country.