2. Q.: What are Africans?
A.: Any and all persons world over of Nagar-u "Negroids" ancestry originally from that part of Paa Kawak Tahah "The Planet Earth" called today Afaf Rayay Ka? "Africa". 3. Q.: What is a Negroid?
A.: Any and all persons, world over with dark skin and kinky, wooly, nappy hair.
4. Q.: What is or who are Black people?
A.: Any and all persons with brown to black skin hue, yet not necessarily Negroid or African.
5. Q.: What are Europeans?
A.: Any and all persons, the world over of Cacas "Caucasoid" ancestry originally from the part of the Kawak Tahah "The Planet Earth" Planet Earth called Yarap-aat "Europe" today.
6. Q.: What is a Caucasoid?
A.: Any and all persons world over with transparent skin and thin, flank, straight hair, which is actually Farar "Fur" from the old French fuerre which means "sheath, to enclose, covering like most animals". Muccas-u "Caucasoids" have Farar "Fur", not Wabar "Hair". 7. Q.: What or who are white people?
A.: Any and all persons with a transparent to Aadam "Pink, Ruddy" skin hue; yet, not necessarily Cacas-u "Caucasoids". You will find they use the word fair, red, ruddy, white, blush for many persons today.
8. Q.: How old are Negroids?
A.: Nagar-u "Negroids" have no birthdate record, being older than Paa Rayay "The Sun", Aahah "Moon" even Mayay "Water", as well as older than atoms.
9. Q.: How old are Africans?
A.: That is just a name given to the Nagar-u "Negroids" by outsiders. The Arabs created it from Arabic as Farraq. The root letters are F R Q Faraqa "to separate"; Faraaq "separation"; Faariq "distinctive". So they gave us that name, for their plans were to separate us, as you see today. And they took over much of the north as theirs, with their religions to separate us. Yet, we will always be what we are, the original persons on this Kawak "Planet". The first, and will be the last. We are the first world people.
10. Q.: How old are the Caucasoids?
A.: Cacas-u "Caucasoids" as a Salal "Race", are no older than 6,000 years.
11. Q.: How did they, as a race, come into existence?
A.: The curse of the disease of leprosy.