Franz Fanon

Franz stated that the ramification of decolonizing colonized nations would inevitable be violent, because these acquired territories was through conquest and violence. The problem with Colonizim and decolonization is the continual cycle of violence. The problem with perpetual violence it is use to solve all conflict and rule under force and fear. To heal and stabilized anyone who has been abuse, traumatized or disenfranchised is through a safe and nutrition environment . The problem that colonized counties faces is the lack of finical resource to create such a system and that where conflict resolution become limited and violence seem to be the only option.

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4 responses to “Franz Fanon

  1. Colonized countries do lack many resources in which could help them. Not just there, but overall violence seems to be the solution for many.

  2. I agree that When we talk about colonization and decolonization Frantz explanation is through a political view and violence causing oppression. Colonization is created amongst the societies conflicting views.. It seems that it creates racism. One side has more power then the other and the other. Strive to be similar. Fanon points out that the colonist wanted to be seen as the creator and the one that will make things better for the black and now for this agony to change he would have to see that all that have been thought was a lie and a way to controlling them. that is Fanon talked about violence and revolution because the only way was for the colonized. To rebel and fight their way out to be decolonized.

  3. Here is a quote on what Fanon had to say about colonized
    countries :
    “And it is clear that in the colonial countries the peasants alone are revolutionary, for they have nothing to lose and everything to gain. The starving peasant, outside the class system is the first among the exploited to discover that only violence pays. For him there is no compromise, no possible coming to terms; colonization and decolonization is simply a question of relative strength.”
    ― Frantz Fanon, The Wretched of the Earth

  4. I completely agree with you about the cycle of violence and the use of it. Many countries do lack resources however will there be a change to this cycle of violence? Is there a better way?

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