also had to fight back the colonists by exercising violence as a means to free themselves. The colonist practised violence and ended up teaching the colonised to use the same intensity against him.ManichaeismThis system existed in ancient Christianity and divided the world into good and evil. Frantz uses Manichaeism in referring the dualistic view of the colonists about the world that it is made of whites and blacks. Colonists believed they were good while the colonised were evil. Decolonisation changed the worldview ofthe subjugated people to see the colonists as bad and evil.Race versus tribeManichaeism revealed the existence of the whites and black as the mean difference in the world. The whites believed all black people are the same by using race as their primary marker of humanity and worth. The black race assisted people to form a common union to fight a common enemy amongst them, thecolonist.Culture versus nationThe colonised people asserted their African culture to deal with the superior culture of the Europeans. Getting a culture meant another way of acquiring legitimacy for the brand new nation. Religion in the text is revealed in the actof colonised people working to build a new government that is sovereign and freefrom colonial interventions.Theory and HistoryThe wretched of the earth had succeeded in bridging theory and history. The author narrates the aspect of decolonisation and further how they acquired consciousness that helped to overturn colonialism. Fanon also used the story inthe book to explain the organisation of individuals before and after independence. Theoretically, Fanon theorised the reason events unfolded themselves in the book. He used Marxist and psychological theories to describe the revolution and class and the mental conditions of the individuals exposed tocolonial violence.