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South Africa: 20 Years Of Apartheid By Another Name

South Africa: 20 Years Of Apartheid By Another Name

AFRICANGLOBE – It was May Day 1985; the last great uprising against apartheid had begun. Twelve years later, with my 30-year banning from South Africa lifted, there was a pinch-me moment as I flew into Jan Smuts and handed my passport to a Black immigration officer. “Welcome to our country,” she said.

Recolonization By Homosexualization: Plan To Diminish Africans?

AFRICANGLOBE – Ironically, the same people who centuries ago came to Africa from the West brandishing the Bible to tame and civilise native pagans in the “dark continent” are the same people who today are again working hard to recolonise the minds of Africans through homosexuality

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If Africans Are Not Stupid Why Are We Allowing Idiots To Think For Us?

AFRICANGLOBE – In 1789 CE, the Church began preaching against life Insurance, arguing that it is a grave violation against God’s power over life and death. Papal ‘Infallibility’ was re-proclaimed in 1870 CE. Pope Pius IX, considered anti-Semitic, condemned eight humanists/scientists for their ideas. In 1899 CE, Pope Leo XIII condemned Americanism and their clerics’ view that Monasteries and Nunneries are against human rights.

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The Interrelation Of Political And Economic Independence

AFRICANGLOBE – The national-liberation movement has now entered a new stage in Africa. The people’s political consciousness has risen to new heights and revolutionary movements are surging forward as never before so that today the demand for complete elimination of imperialist domination and influence and realization of full independence, both political and economic.

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President Mugabe Is No Political Lightweight

AFRICANGLOBE – It is one thing to dislike and/or disrespect President Robert Mugabe the man, but quite another to disrespect the Office of the President of Zimbabwe. Some ardent critics of President Mugabe fail to make that distinction, and in their mangled criticism of the President they also fail to realise that they are disrespecting all the offices that herepresents, because they are offices that are instituted under the Constitution of Zimbabwe.

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Enough Of This Racist Monkey Business

Recently a story about the Belgian newspaper De Morgen, which denigrated United States President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama by photoshopping (digitally altering) their images to make them look like apes (see also Newspaper apologises for showing Obamas as apes). Since last Saturday there has been an international outcry regarding these images which are not only sickening but have once more brought to the fore race and class issues.

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Zimbabwe, Malema And The Long-Term Vision For Africa

AFRICANGLOBE – Malema is a man who is not waiting for history to define him but rather he is in fact self-defining and in the process defining history. Julius Malema, an aspiring driver for change to address the historically and racially skewed inequalities and seeking to economically empower the Black people of South Africa, is evidence to the unavoidable disastrous socio-political and economic unfolding in that country.

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Why Should White Gods Listen To Black People

AFRICANGLOBE – We prayed desperately through the era of slavery and colonialism, and we have remained on our knees since. If it is change of leadership we have been praying for, a worse one seems to take over every time. Right now, we are the most wretched group of people on the face of the earth, not for lack of natural resources or trained manpower. Obviously, God is not a fool.

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Ubuntu — Zimbabwe’s Enduring Mainstay

AFRICANGLOBE – Colonialism encompassed three principal conditions: displacement, dispossession and disorientation. The validity of our independence does not premise merely on self-government but the extent to which these conditions have been reversed.

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