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War And Terror: Washington’s Secret Agendas

War And Terror: Washington’s Secret Agendas

AFRICANGLOBE – One might think that by now even Americans would have caught on to the constant stream of false alarms that Washington sounds in order to deceive the people into supporting its hidden agendas.

The Coming And Going Of American Supremacy

AFRICANGLOBE – As opposed to America’s post-war hegemony of many decades, the global shift towards a multiple polarity of political power means shifting alliances. The West will continue to learn that states are now more interdependent than ever. Just as empire that was once the order of the day in the international political system, the American hegemony of the late 20th century eclipses.

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When The ICC Held Uhuru Kenyatta Captive

AFRICANGLOBE – The International Criminal Court (ICC), also derided as the “International Circus Court”, is having a field day. In the days of former chief prosecutor Luis Moreno Ocampo, there would be so much drama for the ICC has finally had its way regarding Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta. He is at The Hague right now. However, this is a sad day for Africa.

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Who Or What Is An African

AFRICANGLOBE – At face value, the answer to this question seems obvious. Surely, everyone knows who the African is, it would seem. But the answer becomes less obvious once other probing qualifiers are added to the question. Are White South Africans really Africans? Are Moroccans, Egyptians and other Arab Africans as much Africans as say, Nigerians or Ghanaians?

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From KKK Robes, To Nazi Swastika, And Now The Darren Wilson Wristband

AFRICANGLOBE – As descendants of the slave patrollers of the American slaveocracy, police are on the front lines of maintaining the hierarchies of race, White privilege, and White supremacy in the United States. The “I am Darren Wilson” wristband evokes the demons of White racial terrorism against Black Americans.

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What Can September 11th Teach Us About Michael Brown And The Extrajudicial Killings Of Black People?

AFRICANGLOBE – On the morning of September 11, 2001, many Americans stood with mouths agape, wondering “how could they do this to us?” Others shook their heads, asking, “why do they hate us so much?” The American people, drunk on lies of their country’s exceptional nature, willfully blind to the deeds and acts done in their name abroad.

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Ethiopia: Water To Djibouti And Discourse With Egypt

AFRICANGLOBE – What is new in resuming tripartite talks on Ethiopia’s multi-billion dollar hydroelectric dam on the Nile after eight months of disruption? Indeed the three countries, Ethiopia, Egypt and Sudan have conducted talks from August 25-26 in Khartoum.

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Why Scotland Should Split From Britain

AFRICANGLOBE – Great Britain lost its allure long ago, but with Scotland taking its leave, that will surely deliver a crippling blow and reality-check to British pretensions There’s one good reason for why Scotland should vote yes for independence: the breaking up of the United Kingdom would be an imminently good thing for the sake of world peace.

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Coconut-ism And The Death Of African Culture

AFRICANGLOBE – Black youths raised in 21st century South Africa have very little Black culture to identify with. Black culture tells them to wear long skirts and head scarves, and to leave the room when adults are talking. For leisure, old Black cultures tell them to sing hymns and dance half-naked on river banks. They want hip-hop, rock ‘n’ roll, miniskirts, gold stockings and red skinny-jeans.

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