This video opens up with an Alkebulan (African) father telling his son a story of how mighty the lion was in his domain. The son was so amazed by the story that he found so much pride and confidence in himself. So, he decided to go to school in America. And, when he got there they too were telling of a story of a lion, but they said that the lion was weak and got defeated by the weakest of animals.
Symbolically this is the same exact story of Alkebulan (African) people all over the planet. We were a great and mighty people and allowed ourselves to get defeated by the most weakest genetic genes on earth.
In the video they also speak of how it was Alkebulans (Africans) who first sailed the Atlantic Ocean 200 years before Christopher Columbus. And, that's not even his name, his real name is Cristobol Colon who got lost on his way to America. It was the Caribbean that he landed on. So why are they still celebrating Christopher Columbus Day? What did he do? Could it be that it was he who started the Atlantic Slave Trade going? Will they teach that in our history books?
Also, Mansa Musa liked how life was in Alkebulan (Africa), that he went to other parts of the world to get foreign scholars to teach there. But, he realized that these other so-called scholars paled in comparison to the native Alkebulans. So, why are we looking to other people to tell Our Story. We must tell and write our own story like we used to.