If America were concerned about suffering African people it would have done something about African people suffering in the Americas a long time ago. What America is concerned about is getting rid of African people all over the world, especially in the Americas and Africa! African people are being psychologically conditioned to accept the murder of their children by white racist as normal and acceptable.
Starvation in Africa did not begin a year ago! American spy satellites circling the globe detected patterns of land erosion and crop failure in Africa 15 to 20 years ago and did nothing to prevent the death of millions of people!
Humanitarian aid has nothing to do with the reason America sent poor Negro and poor white troops to Somalia. The problems in Africa were deliberately created by America and Europe to cause disunity and confusion for geopolitical control of the continent and access to its natural resources. Continue reading Perspective On Life In America And Africa
Neocolonialist Africans and Arab Muslims captured us; Spanish, Portuguese (Hispanics) and European slavers held us captive; Jews transported and sold us; America tortured and shaped us!
We were illegally transported across international waters from Africa to America for free labor and sex. America separated father from family like they do cattle and had sexual relations with our mothers, wives, sisters, daughters [and our sons].
Many African women [and men] believe having sexual relations with our enemy today is natural and normal (President Thomas Jefferson had children by an 11 year old African child who was the product of a slave relationship. Thomas Jefferson’s father in law had sex with her mother who was an African slave on his plantation, the 11 year old” child was Thomas Jefferson’s wife half sister which makes here is sister in law). Continue reading Freedom for Political Prisoners and Reparations for African-Americans
This article reproduced in its entirety and was written by Neelam Sharma using material submitted by Jalil Abdul Muntaqim, a political prisoner currently held in Easter Correctional Facility Napanoch, NY and Bonnie Kerness, associate director of the American Friends Service Committee in New Jersey, a prisoners’ rights advocate for the past 20 years.
The U.S. representative to the United Nations recently expressed his disgust at a request that the American Government should “officially apologize” for the damage done to African Americans by the Triangular Slave Trade [the term applied to describe the trade in Africans]; his reasoning was that since slavery was actually “legal” at the time no “crime” was in fact committed. Taking note of this line of argument, it is important to understand clearly that even as we are busy campaigning for reparations for past wrongs, a new form of slavery is being “legally” created.
The African slave trade of 16th-18th century did not appear suddenly overnight; it grew over a period of time driven by the “economic interests” of merchants and businessmen; and it was sanctioned by their representatives in government. This is precisely the process that is unfolding today with the creation of a “prison industrial complex” on a scale never before seen. There are two very disturbing aspects of the growth in this “new industry”: the contracting out of penal institutions to business interests, and the increasing use of physical and psychological torture on prisoners as a form of “control”. Continue reading The Triangular Slave Trade
By: Curtis Mullins, African American Council Elder
Before the North Tulsa African American community could be replaced, its people had to be spiritually and physically broken down to a very low level. One of the quickest ways to brake down a community is with terror and drugs, the combination destroys individuals, families and communities!
Drugs were used in China, India, Afghanistan, Iraq, Africa, South Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, South, Central and North America in an attempt destroy people and governments. The Central Intelligence Agency [corporate controlled] was in charge, they caused chaos, confusion, misery, disease, the destruction of families, suffering and death of poor people all over this planet. Continue reading Intelligence Community [CIA] Use Drugs To Control
A powerful selection of interviews. The situation in Central Africa is horrible, and there is little understanding of the true reason for the massive despair and death. At present, UNHCR counts over 500,000 refugees and some 1.8 million displaces persons in Central Africa. What does this continual and unimaginable brutality have to do with the United States and Canada? Millions of people have died in Uganda, Burundi and Rwanda, while at least 10 million people have died in Congo since the first U.S. backed invasion of 1996. Sudan is another but a connected story. People disappear in Rwanda today, the masses are starving due to state policies of monocropping, forced to grow coffee for Starbucks, Rwanda peasants have neither beans to eat for themselves nor the wood to cook them with. Worse, Hutu males are subject to policies of forced sterilization (genocide). People in Uganda continue to endure repression and starvation and people in Congo are subject to the most horrible crimes against humanity. Uganda’s atrocities in Sudan backing the SPLA are rendered invisible. Meanwhile, Central Africa is plundered by western corporations. Hidden genocides have occurred in all these countries but there is not understanding of the “politics” of genocide at work. Before we can effect true change in Central Africa and beyond the world needs to know what is really happening. Ordinary people everywhere need the tools to see beyond the western propaganda. Only then will people comprehend the political realities of today and how to bring about change.
The existence of the Counter Intelligence Program [COINTELPRO] surfaced during the Church Commission’s investigation into government intelligence operations after the Watergate scandal and the downfall of President Nixon. COINTELPRO is a secret program that is responsible for the suffering experienced in African American communities.
African Americans, for the purpose of identification, are the descendants of Africans that were forced to come to America against their will for free labor and sex. All other Africans, regardless of where they come from, came to America on their own free will for the same reason Europeans, Hispanics, Asians, etc., come, to climb the ladder of success America placed on the shoulders of African American people. Continue reading Introduction To The Origin Of The Problem