by Malaika H Kambon
Nigel BFG, in his article, “Short History: The Nuba and the African Origin of ALL Martial Arts,” published in the Black Karate Federation Magazine in 1999 and revised in 2000, states:
Steve “Nasty” Anderson http://clearwest.org/2021/05/17/african-montu-arts-steve-nasty-anderson/
“As popular as the martial arts was and continues to be, less than one percent of Africans in diaspora and only a slightly higher percentage of Asians and Europeans are aware that the true origins of these magnificent arts are in fact African! Many African teens who fantasized themselves becoming the powerful Karnak (a superhero of comic legend), will be surprised to learn that Karnak was actually named after an ancient African temple in Egypt, and that the very name of his ancient discipline bespoke its origin.
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