colonialists have been engaging Africa in un-fair trade[WTO] and de-constructive aid via IMF & World bank, virus production [HIV & Ebola] and an education curriculum based on ‘sensitisation’ via proxy NGOs . The Bush visit will make little if any difference; more thieves will be sent to the continent to steal our resources.We should reassess our relationship with those crooks called ‘development partners’.
The west should stop lecturing Africans on how they should govern themselves, especially those whom the west has polluted with aid,debt, genocides [wars], corruption and tyrants along their borders. Democracy in Kenya is looking violently unwell at present and Uganda is under-siege by a mass murderer, dictator Yoweri Museveni.
Western democracy too is qualified by the corruption of party lists, eccentric primaries and electoral colleges. The British and American constitutions are both currently battered by criticism from their subjects for falling short of democratic ideals, notably in handling accountability and checks on executive power.
The outcome of America’s 2000 election was decided not by the ballot but by an appointed Bush-oligarchy that has continued to carry out genocides in Iraq, Palestine etc.direct and through local comprados [local mutherfuckers].
Georges Bush [American long-arm] visit to Africa is a big sham. Playing the card of ”economic development and fighting HIV/Aids” Just like the rest of their lot [heard it before], is very depressing as this has become the white man’s card of subjugating African people. Why don’t they deal with Crack-heads [drug curse], obesity [food greed], alcoholism and HIV cases that keep rising more than most african countries, in their own communities? Using Africa as an American foreign policy toilet; for arms, defense and war labs – basically anything that will bring people’s lives to an end is not development,but an injustice to our people. Democracy is best propagated by example and not by conquest or official admonition.
The American policy of exploiting Africans, must be resisted because the proponents of neo-colonialism are bent on abrogation and destruction of moral values like love your neighbors; we have seen what their neighborly proxy wars, have done to Africans; in Somalia, Congo DRC, Sudan, Uganda. etc. Thus, African people have been relegated by the same colonialist forces and arbitrarily discredited and demoralised through the media. By pulling a lot of political strings, and by uncanny manipulations, the colonialist have succeeded at staging puppet-men in influential posts in most of African countries.
If there is a contribution that Africans, the main consumers of colonialism and western injustices, can bring to their respective societies; it is surely that of reconciliation, confidence in convictions, frankness and rigorous in their critical outlook, armed with a broader understanding of Western colonialism, their own values, their history and their aspirations. They are ideally placed to engage those fellow citizen [that have sold their souls to colonialist] with their own ideals.
The Neo-colonialists have been engaging Africa in un-fair trade[WTO] and de-constructive aid via IMF & World bank, virus production [HIV & Ebola] and an education curriculum based on ‘sensitisation’ and de-empowerment via proxy NGOs like: UgandaCan,OXFAM,CARITAS,WUGNET,Vision, etc. The Bush visit will make little if any difference; more thieves will be sent to the continent to steal our resources.We should reassess our relationship with those crooks called ‘development partners’.
Allah created us equal; Africans should handle their problems alone. The vital issue today is not to compare our social models or experience in media whore-houses like BBC, CNN, FOX, SKY, Al-jazeela (BBC franchise), France…etc. but more simply and in a far stricter and more demanding way: To take the measure of each society by comparing the ideals affirmed and proclaimed by its intellectuals and politicians. with the concrete practices that can be observed at the social grassroots: human rights and equality of opportunity (between men and women, language, skin color, ability, age) for all.
Africans must bring constructive criticism to bear on their societies and measure words against deeds.
The other day, I over-heard a lady in a London shop, telling an Asian shopkeeper in Swahili that Africans we are all very bad people. I then confronted her and asked why? She gave an analogy of buying a computer to educate African children, then a fellow African comes and steals it from her and sells it to a European for 1% of its original value. I tried to defend myself, mmhh.., not all Africans are the same, I understand exactly what you’re saying! She left the shop and I later realized that the lady and the shopkeeper [Asian] were both Africans from Gulu, Uganda. Uhh, small world!
What I’m trying to say here is that Africans must adopt towards their society the same healthy self-critical attitude that revolutionaries must demonstrate towards their community. George Bush is using Africa’s weakest countries to impose more loans, that will leave them heavily indebted to Europeans and American loan sharks, and to sell them more arms to fight and kill each other. Africans should realise that Western leaders who come to Africa, come to steal something for their countries in the pretence of helping us out of poverty and developing our continent.
Our societies are waiting the emergence of a new Africa, an Africa that would bring together men and women, Africans of all religions-and those without religion – that would undertake together to resolve the contradictions of their society: the right to work, to freedom, to free speech, to housing, to education, to justice, to equality, to dignity, assembly, against all forms of discrimination, all offences against human dignity. Such an Africa would henceforth represent this coming together of Africans confident in their values, defenders of pluralism and commonsense in their common society and respectful of the identities of others; Africans who seek take up the challenge in the name of their shared values at the very heart of their societies. As loyal and critical Africans, as men and women of integrity, they join forces in a revolution of trust and confidence to stem the on-rush of neo-colonialism. Against corruption, genocidals, fascists, tyrants and mental [house-negro attitude] backwardness.
Without standing together against shallow emotional and even hysterical reactions that are constantly fed by the western racist media machine; Africans will continue to consume injustices from the White and China Man and our society will continue to breed more house niggers like Yoweri museveni!
By joram jojo