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In my view, there is no credible cultural view without acknowledging the African foundation/s.
Whether it is a misrepresentation of ancient cultural values that led to some differences in some people's cultural development or it being simply the evolution of ideas that were adapting to different environments, all cultures have the African foundation.
Many of the older languages spoken by southern Asians disappeared as other languages became dominant so we do not have many records of Asians speaking about their African origins. But I found one book that translated some ancient Indian text and found the ancient people of India spoke of coming there from Africa. (I will have to spend some time to look for that book and post the exact quote in the ancient language with the translation for others to check.
Needless to say, Africans have no reason to falsely claim anything that others said they developed. All cultural ideas have a connection to other cultural ideas that went before and as people crossed paths they acquired from each other. Europeans as well as all other people can also be proud of their ancestral achievements while recognizing their origins (if they want).
Given the attitude of most people I am always pleased that they do not credit Africa for the development of their warmongering, dishonest, materialistic characteristics.
Nicer people will get OURSTORY right!
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