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Jackals Of The African Union Denounce Haiti’s Birthright – MUST READ

AFRICANGLOBE - The African Union is a rag-thug collection of sorry, pathetic and obdurate sellouts. They deserve nothing but to be arrested, collected, hung, killed, paled, decapitated and paraded through the streets of Kumasi, through the streets of Lagos, through the streets of Nairobi as a reminder of what should happen to anyone who represents powers other than that which is African on this continent. To hell with the African Union. It has no place in Africa.

Besides Jailing Mandela, Four Other Egregious Crimes The CIA Committed In...

AFRICANGLOBE- The US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has a long history of involvement in African affairs, so Sunday's reports that the 1962 arrest of Nelson Mandela came following a CIA tip-off don't come as a huge surprise.

‘Africa’s Armageddon Is Over’

AFRICANGLOBE - “Today, Africa has emerged from this dark passage. Our Armageddon is past. Africa has been reborn as a free continent and Africans have been reborn as free men. The blood that was shed and the sufferings that were endured are today Africa’s advocates for freedom and unity"

For Africa, A Renewed Quest For Integration

AFRICANGLOBE - The desire expressed the other day at a Conference of Ministers in Addis Ababa by some African leaders for increased ownership of the African project and integration was quite assuring and may have presented the continent with another opportunity to break away from a seemingly incurable lethargy.

Fear Of Pan-Africanism: Propaganda War Against United Africa

AFRICANGLOBE - Pan-Africanism is an ideology and movement that encourages the solidarity of Africans worldwide. It is based on the belief that unity is vital to economic, social, and political progress and aims to “unify and uplift” people of African descent.

African Ownership Is The Key To African Nationalism

AFRICANGLOBE - It is important to stress that as the denigration of Africans has been a universal phenomenon in modern history, so African Nationalism has a universal aspect – it is Pan Africanism; it is a struggle for the entire Africa, and for all people of African descent. African Nationalism was the response by Africans to the conquest, enslavement, the subjugation, plunder, and exploitation, of Africa by the nations of Europe

Africa And The West: Revising The Rules Of Engagement

AFRICANGLOBE - Up until today, African states — though in theory independent — have their economic and political policies directed from outside. If they refuse to toe the policy line drawn by the West, development assistance is used to force compliance, with absolute disregard for the democratic institutions of the land and its evolution of democracy.

A Glimpse Into A Future Prosperous, Assertive Africa

AFRICANGLOBE - Advanced, developed, empowered, inspired, independent and united are some of the main qualities Africa will possess in the near future. This is according to a futuristic letter written by the African Union (AU) Commission chairperson, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma and delivered to African leaders at their recent summit in Ethiopia.

A Salute to Kwame Ture: A True African Freedom Fighter

AFRICANGLOBE - Kwame Ture inspired and continues to inspire freedom loving people all over the world. His self-less commitment to African People and the revolutionary struggles of all people worldwide are legendary. Through his example, we can learn so much about how to understand the world we live in, what ideologies to guide us and the basis for the political strategies to achieve Pan-Africanism.

Ghanaian Manufacturing Enjoys a Resurgence

AFRICANGLOBE - Almost 60 years after Ghana's first president, Kwame Nkrumah, pushed local industry to the global stage, the country's manufacturing sector is enjoying a new lease of life with the reopening of two old factories and the establishment of one new assembly plant.

Can The Youth Save Africa From Neo-Colonialism?

AFRICANGLOBE - In his book, “Neo-Colonialism : The Last Stage of Imperialism,” Kwame Nkrumah cautioned: 'So long as Africa remains divided, it will therefore be the wealthy consumer countries who will dictate the price of its resources'.

Africa Must Unite for True Freedom, Prosperity – Kwame Nkrumah

AFRICANGLOBE - In this book, Kwame Nkrumah spells out the tactics and strategy for the African Union. His argument is that until and unless African countries unite at the political, economic, defence and economic fronts, the continent and its people will have no true freedom and prosperity.

Africa Must Unite Or Sink — Kwame Nkrumah

AFRICANGLOBE - In celebration of Black History Month we post the speech Ghana's Kwame Nkrumah made in Addis Ababa the Ethiopian capital on May 24, 1963 during a meeting of 32 independent African countries who wanted to chart a new destiny for the continent.

Africa – The Next Twenty Years

AFRICANGLOBE - The general trajectory of change in Africa over the last sixty years has to a large degree set parameters that will govern what it can expect over the next twenty years. Such a premise provides little to suggest that future political and economic change will come in other than uneven and modest increments.

Dr. Kwame Nkrumah

AFRICANGLOBE - The Rt. Hon. Dr. Kwame Nkrumah (21 September 1909 – 27 April 1972), P.C., was the leader of Ghana and its predecessor state, the Gold Coast, from 1951 to 1966. Overseeing the nation's independence from British colonial rule in 1957, Nkrumah was the first President of Ghana and the first Prime Minister of Ghana. An influential 20th-century advocate of Pan-Africanism, he was a founding member of the Organization of African Unity and was the winner of the Lenin Peace Prize in 1963.

Intra-African Trade Is Possible, But…

AFRICANGLOBE - This explains the reason why intra-African trade is currently difficult. We all have plenty of raw materials but we have no industries to process them. For decades, Ghana and Ivory Coast have been the leading producers of cocoa. Yet, as we continue to ship this precious material to the world market, no steps have been taken to establish the industries that will process the cocoa right here in Africa.