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France loots Africa, liquidates dissidents
France loots Africa, liquidates dissidents This weekend African leaders from the continent’s Francophone countries are gathering for a summit in Kinshasa, capital of the war-torn Democratic Republic of Congo. Topping the guest list is France’s President Francois Hollande. Speaking earlier … Continue reading
Posted in Africa, Europe, Geo-Politics, News Tagged African Central Banks, CFR - Franc, christof lehmann, Christopher Black, colonies francaises, Democratic Republic of Congo, Finian Cunningham, former french colonies, France usurpating Africa, Francois Hollande in Kinshasa, French National Bank, Ivory Coast, Kinshasa Summit, Laurent Gbagbo, Libya, Modo-Colonialism, Politics, President Hollande 1 Comment
Debate Continues Over China’s Role in Africa
Debate Continues Over China’s Role in Africa Leading African analyst says Beijing is doing good work on the continent By Abayomi Azikiwe Editor, Pan-African News Wire A recent op-ed piece in the New York Times by Dambisa Moyo takes a … Continue reading
Posted in Africa, Asia, Geo-Politics Tagged Abayomi Azikiwe, Africa, Africa Growth and Opportunity Act, African development, african economy, AGOA, beijing, China, Chinese Economy, Economic Growth, Europe, French Military Intervention, global security, Hilary Clinton, Ivory Coast, Libya, Modo-Colonialism, NATO, nsnbc, Pan African News Wire, pan-african, Somalia, Zimbabwe Leave a comment
China pledges to support Africa’s ‘just position’
From Munyaradzi Huni in ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia – The Herald CHINA has pledged to support the “just position” of African countries in various international forums saying it was opposed to the “big, strong and rich countries bullying the small, weak … Continue reading
Posted in Africa, Asia, Geo-Politics, News Tagged Africa, african union, Anti-Imperialism, AU, Ban Kye Moon, China, development, Homosexuality, Ivory Coast, Libya, Modo-Colonialism, nsnbc, pan-african, Robert Mugabe, The Herald, Trade, UN, UN secretary general, United Nations, Zimbabwe Leave a comment
Libya Democracy after Defeat of Opposition.
Early in September, Chairman of the Executive Board of the Transitional National Counsel (TNC) Mahmud Jibril declared, that the TNC would bring Democracy to Libya within 20 months. Early in October, Jibril told the media of the world, that the … Continue reading
Posted in Africa, News, Politics Tagged African Affairs, belhadj, change we can believe in, christof lehmann, Colonialism, democracy in Libya, Dr. Christof Lehmann, First African American president, gbagbo, Ghadafi, global security, huan jintao, Ivory Coast, jibril tmc, Jintao, Libya democracy, Libya Democracy after Defeat of Opposition, libyan war, mahmud jibril, Medvedjev, NATO, nsnbc, nsnbc-nsnbc, Obama, obama change, obama crimes, Putin, SCO, Sirte, TNC, Tripoli, US President, Vladimir Putin 1 Comment
Libya; Just One Moment.
Sometimes we can get so caught up in consensus reality that we forget to think. Coming home tired after work, dinner with the family, our favorite news cast, and we have confirmation that the good old world, as much as … Continue reading
Posted in Africa, Opinion Tagged African Franc, african spring, african union, barak obama, black africa, black killed in libya, black libyans, CFA, christof lehmann, Colonialism, concensus reality, Dr. Christof Lehmann, First African American president, french economy, gbagbo, humanitarian bombing, Ivory Coast, Laurent Gbagbo, Libya, Libya; Just One Moment, massacres in libya, Media, missiles fired into tripoli, neo-colonialism, no fly zone, nsnbc, nsnbc-nsnbc, Obama, racism, racism kills, UNSC Resolution 1973 2 Comments