In “The Wretched of the Earth”, Fanon focused his ideas about colonialism. He explains that the world is divided into two. It is a struggle between the colonists and the natives. To Fanon, the natives have no individual rights, they are subjected to policing and oprression from the ruling class. Fanon argues that a new world should come about. A restoration of national culture. A “national liberation” of the freedom of native intellect. Decolonization as he explains it will be successful by any means including violence. For Fanon, decolonization is only possivle through absolute violence. Thinking about the ideas Fanon talks about which reflect the time period of colonialism makes me wonder if these same arguments still continue today. Today many will agree with Fanon in that there continues to be a need for national reform.
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