One of the key points I make in Distorted Truths is the attack on Afrikan thought began with the attack of the role, reverence, and centrality of the feminine in Afrikan thought and society, i.e., Afrikan cosmology. The Hyksos, Assyrians, Persians, Greeks, Romans, Arabs, and Europeans have all imported their misogyny into Afrika.
The key to the success of the Afrikan family and culture in general rests in the restoration of women to their rightful position within society. We must return to matrifocal societies. For this to occur, however, we must reeducate men and women via initiation systems, that are part and parcel of cosmology. This is necessary because the West has exported a pathology of misogyny throughout Afrika. It has made the hatred of women as natural as eating. We must return to our worldview and cosmology; to our center and that means returning women to the center of our culture and society.