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Goodbye Ebola? Not at all, the disease still remains a threat in Africa because of the nature of the virus
The initial plan of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome - Aids, was to depopulate Africa but something went wrong which gradually spread throughout the whole world.
The common man on the st...Read Full Post »
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President Kim Il Sungs Immortal Contributions to African Liberation. Immortal Contributions to the African Countries Struggle for National Liberation and Building a New Society Pan-African News Wire
Africa, which, under colonial rule, had been a supply base of fuel and other materials, a place where backwardness and poverty had prevailed, has now become a continent developing on the traje...Read Full Post »
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Nigerians are not our enemies Ulrich Janse van Vuuren .
The xenophobic attacks in Gauteng have left me concerned about the level of discrimination from some South Africans towards fellow Africans. I am worried about my Nigerian friends and colleagues.
Many of these assaults have been against Nigerian citizens legally living and contributing to the economy of this country. With our large markets South Africa and Nigeria is in a unique position to lead the way of equity on the...Read Full Post »
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South Africa : A Case Study For Indigenous Populations. By GBADEBO RHODES-VIVOUR
Friends have proposed group travel to South Africa, others have invited me to weddings there. When i get such invites, my first reaction is shock and disbelief mainly because I cannot bring myself to understand the kind of mental state an AFRICAN/NIGERIANS put themselves in to ignore the plight of their “BROTHERS’ on their own land. Is it ignorance or just utter shallowness that leaves people be...Read Full Post »
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Nigeria Spent Over $61 Billion To Free Black South Africans, Others From Apartheid!! By Mathew Ogunsin
In a rare show of charitable love to South Africa, Nigerians made gigantic yield adding to the demolition of politically-sanctioned racial segregation in South Africa.
Students in Nigeria skirted their lunch to make donations, and just in 6 months, in June 1977, the commitment toward the Southern African Relief Fund (SARF) came up to $10.5 million.
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Castro to Go Down in History as 'Hero Holding Out Against the US Empire
Cubans are in mourning. The whole world mourning,the only happy people are exiled traitors and their imperilists friends. Castro was good to our people both in Africa in Cuba and Globally.No single country or leader around the globe had anything negative to say about him, except for people who wanted to steal the island of cuba and turn it into some kind waste lands for gambling and prostitution. Viva Cuba, we ...Read Full Post »
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5 Lessons Traveling to Africa Taught Me About Being Black in America
Recently, I had the pleasure of traveling to Ghana for 10 days to explore the history and culture of the region. And contrary to America’s heightened fear that traveling to West Africa would give me Ebola, I am fortunate to reassure you that I am happy and healthy.
Now that your potential conditioned hysteria is reduced, here is so...Read Full Post »
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Die Eden Projek: Black labour to build the white dream In South Africa
Black people will be allowed into the whites-only enclave of Die Eden Projek in the Eastern Cape. They will build the houses, till the land and prepare the food for the white families. And black women will help rear the children brought to this “safe haven” by threatened white people.
But, when the sun sets, they ...Read Full Post »
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Ghana Will Remove ‘Racist’ Gandhi Statue From Its Oldest University.
Ghana has said it will remove a statue of Mahatma Gandhi from a university campus in the nation’s capital where it had sparked protests over the leader’s allegedly racist attitudes.
The statue, which was unveiled by Indian President Pranab Mukherjee during his visit to Ghana in June, was meant to symbolize fr...Read Full Post »
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How Black People Have Been Miseducated to Serve The Agenda's of The Ruling White Elites.
"The beginnings of this miseducation go back to the beginnings of the exploration of the African coast by Europeans who had been hemmed in by Arabic power for six hundred years. In 1481, when the Portuguese arrived at the Congo-Ngola area, they initiated the process of miseducation o...Read Full Post »
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The ‘new’ Imperialism.by Zoltan Zigedy
Imperialism, expressed as a nation’s securing economic dominance of, influence over, or advantage from other nations, remains much as Lenin characterized it in his 1916 pamphlet, Imperialism. Its uninterrupted persistence, from the time well before the pamphlet’s pub...Read Full Post »
Forty Years After Angolan´s Independency An Ancestral Spirit Appears In An Abandoned Colonial Mansion.Luanda(Angola).
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I am not a demon. Who am I?
Forty years after Angolan´s independency an ancestral spirit appears in an abandoned colonial mansion, in the metropolitan city center of Luanda (Angola.The defamation of the african religion during colonialism disconnected most Angolans from their ancestors. Because its people now live life through Christianity its appearance is confused as a manifest...Read Full Post »
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Obama slams Cameron, Sarkozy over Libya intervention
British leader David Cameron got “distracted” and French President Nicolas Sarkozy wanted to promote his country during the 2011 NATO-led military intervention in Libya, US President Barack Obama said in an interview with The Atlantic Thursday. Obama didn’t shy away from rebuking two of his closest allies in the extensive...Read Full Post »
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100 times a white actor played someone who wasn’t white.
100 times a white actor played someone who wasn’t white
shocked! — to learn this week that white guy Joseph Fiennes has been cast as African American icon Michael Jackson in a TV movie. But anyone who’s surprised at this news hasn’t been paying a...Read Full Post »
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Africa American Family Were Asleep in Car When Cops Arrived and Killed Them Both.
Inglewood, CA — On Sunday, police responded to a call of a suspicious vehicle parked on Manchester Boulevard around 3:10 am. When police arrived, they engaged in a 45-minute long standoff before opening fire on the man and woman inside the vehicle, killing them both.
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The world would be better if Muammar Gaddafi and Saddam Hussein still in power ..Donald Trump
US Republican Party's presidential candidate, Donald Trump, has once again caused a stir by expressing his beliefs that the world would be a better place if Muammar Gaddafi and Saddam Hussein still ruled over their countries US Republican preside...Read Full Post »
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Akinwande, Nigerian professor who will receive America’s highest research award
Deji Akinwande, a professor at the University of Texas Austin, is one Nigerian scaling hurdles, pushing boundaries and breaking stereotypes. Akinwande has been identified by President Barack Obama, as one of the recipients of the highest honour bestowed by the US government for science and engineering professio...Read Full Post »