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Leadership: President Mugabe Has Shown Us The Way

Leadership: President Mugabe Has Shown Us The Way

AFRICANGLOBE – President Mugabe has once again spelt out the hallmarks of good leadership, defining what it takes to be a good leader and what his or her responsibilities are. These are nuggets that people should bear in mind as they elect leaders at any given time, and words of wisdom that should also be taken into consideration by men and women who aspire to lead at whatever level.

Obama On The Wrong Side Of History

AFRICANGLOBE – When Barack Obama delivered his speech on Africa in Ghana, he made reference to African leaders being on the wrong side of history. The right side, he implied, was the side of the U.S.. The U.S. has democracy and preaches democracy — only it does so selectively, purporting to champion democracy while at the same time supping with undemocratic and sometimes tyrannical regimes as has been the case with Egypt, Tunisia, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain.

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Zimbabwe’s Revolution: The Hard Lessons

AFRICANGLOBE – That the ousted White commercial farmers and their confederates in Western imperial circles are opposed to the economic empowerment of Zimbabweans is not a matter of debate anymore, and from a purely capitalist point of view the indignation on their part is quite understandable.

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Success: Why Does It Elude Africans?

AFRICANGLOBE – African-Americans are by all indications the most exposed and endowed Black persons in the world given their presence in the US of America. But what is the collateral value of such presence? Your guess is as good as mine. Apart from building churches in every corner of the neighbourhood, they shun ownership of small businesses such as convenience stores.

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Land Issue: Africa Must Not Compromise

AFRICANGLOBE – South African President Jacob Zuma recently signed the Restitution of Land Rights Amendment Bill into law in a landmark move that is set to empower the government to reclaim African land from White settlers for distribution to their rightful owners.

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Politics: The Trouble With Zimbabwe – A Must Read

AFRICANGLOBE – After Independence, the template changed and all politics became ours once again. We had conquered politically. We had to fill the political deck, leaving the White man running and enjoying fruits of the economy. That is what obtained largely, at one point forcing the late Vice President Nkomo to excoriate us for burning precious time in nightclubs, while White boys spent time active on economic projects in Kariba and elsewhere.

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Pan-Africanism And The Quest For Black Power Today

AFRICANGLOBE – Afrika today stands plagued by Western imperialism and neo-colonialism, with her wealth routinely plundered and her countries politically and socially divided. Black people globally must unite and resist this, putting aside their petty cultural, political and ideological differences.

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Bush, Blair Should Be Prosecuted For War Crimes

AFRICANGLOBE – Former British prime minister Tony Blair recently stated that air strikes and drones should be used once again on Iraq to stem recent gains by extremists in that country. Mr Blair is oblivious of the responsibility he shares with former US president George W. Bush on account of one of the most serious breaches of international law in recent times.

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Western Development, The Slave Trade And Slavery

AFRICANGLOBE – There are many new books on World History, which try to explain why some Nations fail and others succeed: FukuYama’s “The End of History And The Last Man”, Andrew Marr’s “Making of Modern Britian”, Pankasls Mushrab’s “From the Ruins of Empire”, Ian Morris’ “Why the West Rules— for Now”, Daron Acemoglu and James Robinson, Dan Broidy and so on.

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