With the emegence of neo-colonialism in Africa and the defeat of Black power movements in the U.S., Europe, and the Caribbean, the African world since the 70s has basically been void of any dynamic struggle for actual social progress and human evolution. Instead, we have been left with the tired old claim that Black capitalism is the solution to the age old suffering throughout the African world. Many of us know better. In fact, it is capitalism that is the root cause of African suffering throughout the planet. Africa today serves as basically a low cost mineral warehouse for Western capitalist corporations. As a result, they suck the vast bauxite, diamonds, uranium, gold, rubber, oil, and other riches from the continent while leaving nothing behind from their naked thievery. Anyone who attempts to block their exploitation, from the MNC in the Congo (Lumumba), to the CPP in Ghana (Nkrumah) to the PDG in Guinea (Ture) to People's organizations in Bourkina Faso (Sankara) to the current assault against the Jamihiriya in Libya (Khadafy) is besieged by coup attempts, assasination against the leaders, and isolation from the world community. There is absolutely no question that capitalism must be destroyed in order for the poor people's of the planet to taste prosperity. Africa, which suffers from being divided into (now with the creation of another state in the Sudan) 54 unviable countries that lack the ability to sustain themselves must unite as one country under one language (maybe Wolof) and currency. This is of course what Muammar Khadafy has been working and calling for over the last several years which is the real reason why the pimps in Washington (yes Obama is nothing, but a pimp and hoe for the superrich...He's as much my brother as Adolph Hitler) are trying to assassinate him. It doesn't really matter what they try and do though because the Pan-Africanist movement, the movement to unite Africa under one continental socialist government, is gaining steam everyday. When the All African People's Revolutionary Party emerged from the bosom of Kwame Nkrumah in 1968, the party had only a few organizers in Guinea. Today, the party has a strong presence in Guinea with thousands of members. Strong chapters in Ghana, Guinea-Bissau, Gambia, Kenya, Senegal, Azania, South Africa, and Sierra Leone. The work continues so if you think this is just rhetoric don't be shocked one day when life as you know is no more. It's only a matter of time before the resources return home which means they won't be at the disposal of lazy people in the U.S. much longer. When that time comes the prophetic words of Robert Nesta Marley will come true "soon we'll find out who is...The real revolutionary....
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