Hey everyone. I am back. Been a while. A few thoughts. Are there alternative paradigms for pan-africanism besides a nation-state called Africa? Who taught us that Africa should be seen as a wholistic continent? Is it imperative that we unify even though there is no historical evidence of a pan-continental union besides a recent pan-africanism based on White geography and white generalization of Africa? Are we simply following the line of white thought by insisting on seeing Africa as a "whole"? Would a better alternative simply be an "African world" made up of African countries, that is seperate from the Western world, and with little contacts with western world?