Afrophobia, contrived or de-historicised national and ethnic-regional identities in SADC
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Politics and Society Afrophobia, contrived or de-historicised national and ethnic-regional identities in SADC

Xenophobia and Afrophobia are anchored on two conditions; inferiority complex (poverty of the mind, vision and values) and a subconscious embrace of either White supremacy or tribal supremacy. For self preservation the colonial states created African societies socialised to fear, resent and distrust each other. Paradoxically, the White other is still regarded subconsciously as the better foreigner, saviour and needed ally or friend.