The numbers don't lie
Exploitation has marked the historical relationship between Europe and Afrika. However, if we view Europe as actually western Asia and not a separate continent, an idea put forth by Afrikan American historian Carter G. Woodson, then the Hyksos, Hittite, Assyrian, and Persian invasions all become part of the same pattern of exploitation. This would extend our exploitation further into the past and rather than speak of Europeans, we could simply identify our interlopers as northern cradle man or Northerners. So in addition to the above-mentioned, there was the Greeks, Romans, Arabs, and the West. Without providing explanations or justification, the chart below ranks the various "atrocities" committed by people. It is clear which group of people have been the most egregious. And this only includes a little more than a century. It does not include the the casualties of the European Slave Trade (Transatlantic), the Native American Genocide, the European Wars, and countless other acts of violence that seems to be a way of life for them. Moreover, it does not include the death and destruction the Greeks and Romans visited upon humanity. There are very few records of Afrikan atrocities before the imposition of Western "civilization" into the lives of Afrikan people. (Chaka Zulu is part and parcel of the latter period.)
P.S. The Chinese called the Europeans "Ocean Devils," the Native Americans said they spoke with "Forked Tongues," and the Nation of Islam referred to them as "Devil." Are these folks just picking on white folks, or has their historical behavior earned them the negative accolades? The more you know about history, the more you see how these terms are fitting. I have made it clear in my writings that I do not believe in a devil and Afrika thought does not contain such a character that is the embodiment of evil. But like Dr. John Henrik Clarke has said, "who ever is responsible for the hell in your life, is your devil," I can understand that kind of devil.