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A “Triple” Betrayal in South Africa

The arrangement whereby Whites surrendered political control of South Africa, while continuing to dominate the economy, has become indefensible. “Workers seeking to organize outside...

Let Them Eat Sand: Israel Moves to Close African Owned Businesses

Israel’s Interior Minister Eli Yishai has ordered police and cities across the country to shut down businesses owned by African refugees. Politicians from the haredi...

Israeli Racist Attack Ethiopian Bus Guard Breaking Her Nose

A parent in the northern Israeli city of Kiryat Bialik allegedly assaulted an Ethiopian school bus guard yesterday, breaking her nose. Ziona Mangistu was reportedly...

Suspect Arrested for Shooting Incident at Creflo Dollar’s Mega Church

The man suspected of killing one person at the World Changers Church International in suburban Atlanta was arrested Wednesday afternoon, U.S. Marshals said. Earlier, police...

More Miners Killed in South Africa

A second man died on Thursday in violent protests by striking miners at the Nkaneng informal settlement in Photsaneng near Rustenburg, police said. "He sustained...

Apartheid Did Not Die; It Is Hidden By An Illusion

AFRICANGLOBE - The murder of 34 miners by the South African police, most of them shot in the back, puts paid to the illusion of post-apartheid democracy and illuminates the new worldwide apartheid of which South Africa is both an historic and contemporary model. In 1894, long before the infamous Afrikaans word foretold “separate development” for the majority people of South Africa, an Englishman, Cecil John Rhodes, oversaw the Glen Grey Act in what was then the Cape Colony. This was designed to force Blacks from agriculture into an army of cheap labour, principally for the mining of newly discovered gold and other precious minerals. As a result of this social Darwinism, Rhodes’ own De Beers company quickly developed into a world monopoly, making him fabulously rich. In keeping with liberalism in Britain and the United States, he was celebrated as a philanthropist supporting high-minded causes.

Mother Being Asked to Repair NYPD Car That Killed Her Son

Late last month, Laverne Dobbinson received a letter, addressed to her son, from a law firm notifying him that it had been retained by...

Black Students at University of Texas Targeted by Bleach-Filled Balloons

Black students at the University of Texas have filed reports with campus police saying they have been targeted by people dropping bleach-filled balloons at...

Ethiopian Woman Who Attempted Suicide in Dubai is Thrown in Jail

A despondent maid in Dubai who was fired from her job after complaining about the lack of pay tried to commit suicide — only...

Witch-Hunt: Julius Malema Charged With Money Laundering

A South African court has charged Julius Malema with money laundering, the former ANC youth leader scoffed at the accusations as he spoke to...

Prosecutors: Trayvon Martin’s DNA Not On Gun That Killed Him

Tests on the gun used to kill Trayvon Martin show traces of George Zimmerman's DNA but none that matches the teen, according to evidence...

Malema Fears for His Life

Former African National Congress Youth League leader Julius Malema claims his life is in danger because of a conspiracy against him by President Jacob...

Terrorists Target Uganda

Security intelligence in Uganda has revealed that terrorists are targeting Uganda, with attacks planned as the country prepares to celebrate its 50th independence anniversary. The...

South African Army Placed on High Alert as Julius Malema Meets...

South Africa is on the verge of a massive uprising, as former African National Congress youth leader Julius Malema continues to push for striking...

Julius Malema Calls for National Miners Strike In South Africa

Former ANC Youth League president Julius Malema ratcheted up the heat in South Africa's ongoing labor unrest on Tuesday, by calling for a national...

Libya: “Revolutionaries” Massacre U.S. Diplomat and Torch Consulate

The U.S. ambassador to Libya and three other Americans were killed in an attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi by protesters angry over...
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