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The Abantu Unbuntu Nation

We have been thought thatabe is a person of the “ntu society, abantu is the plural form of “abe“. Only, this  not completely correct, an abuntu or a bantu is a melanin dominated person. Melanin dominate people live in the Americas, Asia and factually their roots are in Africa.

“Ubuntu” pronounced: ùbúntú, is the original traditional spiritual and social culture of the  Abantu. Unfortunately, Ubuntu can never be correctly translated or explained in words, especially not in Europeans words. For the sake of understanding Ubuntu, it can be roughly be translated as “humanity towards nature, animals and human beings. In the name of Ubuntu, we are all one and the same with all our varieties.

Ubuntu is about the quality of your soul and your behavior towards  the All Mighty Creator and its creation. One of the most important teachings of Ubuntu is: “a human is nothing without the other human, just as the other human is nothing without another human.” Another very important teaching of Ubuntu is: “there should never be ohlelekileyo (a poor person, a deprived person), no widows should living without help and there should never be orphans. Also, no male is above a female just as no Man is above the other”.

If a man does not have milk, you must give him a cow to milk without expecting anything in return.  -ubuntu-

A decentralized African economy

Abantu Ubuntu believes in a world in which all its inhabitants have equal economic opportunities. In order to realize this world, Abantu Ubuntu has will build a Decentralized Blockchain Ecosystem that will enables everyone in 3rd-world countries to easily access financial capital foo start or to grow their business.

On the right we can see the Middle-East and the continent of Africa with all its attached islands. The truth is that Africa is one country, not a continent. It is already proven that the Middle-East is on the tectonic plate of Africa. The borders in Africa were never created by the local Abantus, these borders were create around 1880 in a period called: Scramble for Africa.