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(America): When Slots For Illegals Are Eliminated, America Will Have More Slots For the World's Best, Brightest, and Exceptionally Talented To Immigrate and Renew America.

How should America treat it's illegal immigrants? The Biden pick for Health and Human Services nominee wants illegals to be given Medicaid.

And this is what we think is wrong with American immigration, and one that should be overhauled. Australia for instance, processes Illegals, assylum seekers and refugees in the far off island of Papua New Guinea.

In America meanwhile, illegals are being processed at the border patrol, and it gets even worse, in the Biden administration, assylum seekers will be allowed to travel to the United States as they await the results of their assylum application.

This Biden administration move in championing for illegals, assylum seekers, and refugees has made immigrant caravans all the way from Africa, Honduras, and Haiti begin to travel by foot to the United States border.

When there are so many illegals in America, the burden will be on the American taxpayer to provide them with food stamps and unemployment benefits. Besides, illegal immigrants decrease the slots for the legal immigrants that the United States truly needs. It's why we think that immigration should be overhauled, to increase slots for the best and brightest, and those with exceptional talents that will prepare America for the next phase of growth in the industrial internet of things (IIoT), smart hardware, Fintech, carbon materials, and such fancied fields, which America is struggling to hold on to the global lead.

China and India alone produce two Thirds of the world's PhDs, China has two million engineers. That's what's at stake for America. When the illegals are eliminated, the slots for H1-B Visas, how the most talented foreign workers will be increased ten fold, of course with safeguards so that large businesses cannot use the H1-B Visa as an excuse for paying poor American workers low salaries.

To be black and be a capitalist, and a Republican, is not an anomaly. An incompatibility sort of.

We wish golfing legend Tiger Woods quick recovery in the Los Angeles accident. But here is our proposition regarding the incident.

The next chapter in the American Civil rights movement is the availing of business capital and entrepreneurship to blacks and Latinos. African Americans don't have have to make wealth in their " traditional strong fields" like sports and entertainment".

They can make wealth solving the toughest challenges that plague America and the world. They can wildly be successful creative genius entrepreneurs. The job of diversity and inclusion is supposed to make blacks be included in the former white spaces in powerful jobs, but blacks shouldn't be a tick in the box. An affirmative action hire or elite college admittee. A racial justice issue.

Moreover, the smartest blacks now don't attend historically black Colleges like Howard or Morehouse but now attend the Ivy League and Uber Private colleges like Harvard, Duke, and Yale, then go on to work in Wall Street, representing a brain drain on the African American community when a struggling black business would have needed their talents.

And since small businesses are the primary employers, it means all this black talent that is being lost to Wall Street and Silicon Valley as a diversity and inclusion issue, an affirmative action hire is going to waste in that the kith and kin these bright black youngsters left behind have no businesses to hire them.

And I know Booker T Washington, a Republican by ideology, the first African American to visit the White House, was shamed for acting white when he said that rather than confronting white supremacists directly, blacks should aim for great careers and entrepreneurship. But nothing could be further from the truth.

And another African American leader, Marcus Garvey, said blacks fail because they don't have a capitalistic system that support them. He was wealth shamed for having a publishing company, media house, real estate and a ship which he hoped would transport all black people back to Africa.

But essentially, to be black and to be capitalist shouldn't be an opposite dichotomy. Likewise, to be black and be Republican should also likewise not be an incompatibility. Because where has the freebies of the Democrats taken blacks? They are at the exact same place where the slave emancipation proclamation left them. Someone said the biggest threat of a black is a white liberal, because they act so sweet without really meaning it, and it couldn't be further from the truth.

Social Byte: Is Colorism deep among people of colour?

The simple definition of colorism is that it's where members with a lighter skin among people of color are treated better than their darker skin colleagues of the same race.

Although it's most prevalent in the black race, it's not confined to it alone. An advert in a French billboard paints a successful French parent as one where a successful black male is married to a biracial or light skinned black.

In India, you wouldn't know that half their population is darker skinned from watching Indian Bollywood movies as all the acting gigs go to the light skinned Indians and not the untouchable dark skinned dalites. 

This has of course spawned a lucrative bleaching creams as blacks, especially females want to be light skinned and upgrade their social status. 

Does Writing Really Pay That Much. Can it Be a Full Time Career, Especially in Africa.

The joke is that one of the ways for you to die a poor man or woman for that matter is to take up writing as a full time career. As a weekly columnist for the Star Newspaper in Kenya, the third in the market daily, I got paid $30 per weekly column of 350 words. Granted, one could say that pay is too much for just 350 words. But it is the quality that matters, not the word count. And I knew I had worked on my craft well, and so I felt shortchanged.

Again, I wrote a 12 page educational advertorial pull out for the same Star Newspaper Kenya, I got paid $100, even as they made $50,000 from the same pull out in advertisements.

Coincidentally, one of their former radio girls come come Group Marketing Manager responsible for those advertisements in my pull out is also dabbles up as a motivational speaker and goes around telling young impressionable girls that you have the same 24 hours as me, or as Bill Gates. So, why doesn't she start with paying people their fair dues first?

I had done much research and knew that as a weekly Columnist for the Telegraph, Boris Johnson, the current Prime Minister of Britain, was getting $250,000 a year pay, that is $5,000 a week, just for scribbling a few quality words a week.

I also knew of a weekly technology columnist in The Wall Street Journal that got paid a million dollars a year for a weekly column, that is $20,000. I'm interested in that especially because I did Mechanical Engineering for my Bachelors Degree.

So, why doesn't writing pay in Africa. The reason is simply we haven't professionalised the creative scene, that is writers, singers, actors, et al. It is still a buyers market. They set the price. We follow along. And that needs to change if our kind is going to take up writing as a full time career rather than a side hustle.

Monday, 13 July 2020

Time to stem the rot of talent in our scientists engineers.

This is a short 1 minute audio clip on the state of leadership in Africa.

Whereas in class our engineers are taught design, there is practically knowhere the theories taught in class apply. Probably with the exception of civil engineers, the rest, mechanical and electrical engineers just rise to become head maintenance engineers in factory or electrical/electronic companies. At best, they become head of casual workers and shifts, and no wonder many have fled the profession because their brains are not being used optimally. The big four accountancy firms- PWC, Deloitte, KPMG, Ernst&Young love hiring engineers because they have quantitative skills that make them good auditors. 

The US also had a problem of flight of engineers to Wall Street, US financial center, but with the rise of bullionare super star nerds such as Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg, many engineers are now start up founders in computing, materials science, renewable energy, and bio informatics. 

For Africa, to stem talent being wasted away in factories where the highest an engineer will ever rise is to be maintenance engineer, we should link up funding- in venture capital form, with these budding idea driven engineers. Otherwise, the lose of talent by our engineers of either being in non demanding jobs, or fleeing the profession altogether is in billions of dollars.

Can African Presidents Imagine a life Outside of Power.

  • This is a short 1 minute audio clip on the state of leadership in Africa.

  • As Africans we need to interrogate our problems, identify our weak points, and strategize on the way forward. One thing that fascinates me is that our leaders want to be lifetime Presidents, as they have never imagined a life outside of power. Earlier on, I argued that politics has to be a normal working class job, even a side hustle if need be, so people return to their normal jobs once they leave office. Can our Museveni or Biya or Idris Deby heed that advice? Here are a few Western leaders careers after they exited the scene.
  • 1. Kevin Rudd, president of the Asia Society Policy Institute and the former Australian prime minister.
  • 2. Nicholas Sarkozy, former President of France. Though his acts of eliminating Gaddaffi with Obama and NATO are totally inexcusable, he is now a normal lawyer.
  • 3. Tony Blair, though his attacking Iraq with Bush for non existent so called weapons of mass destruction, he went to be a visiting scholar at Yale in the US.
  • Can our Idris Deby, Museveni, Biya, who think they are the best thing to have happened to their countries, envision a life outside power? There in lies the conundrum o present day Africa. Do we blame the 500 year Western imperiliasm for our present state, or our washed out evil despots hellbent on staying in power at whatever cost even if it's utter destruction of entire country? We need a reset and mindshift.

Saturday, 11 July 2020

The World Shadow Government Is the Source of all Our Problems.

This is a short 1 minute audio clip on the future of leadership in Africa.

A President could literally be made powerless, overthrown, or killed by the world's elite. These dollar trillionares are the ones calling the shots in Africa, and not even our best , like Mandela, were able to go against them. One shadow world ruling member said and I quote, "give me control of money supply of a country and I will not care of who it's leaders are". So, without even firing a shot, these guys can bring you down in a matter of seconds, no matter how progressive you are to your people.

As Africans, we should be weary of our black skin white mind leaders and elites who have been adopted and coopted into these shadow world government machinations. For your biggest enemy is not the one whose looks are different from you. The biggest enemy to our progress as a people are elites who look exactly like us, have the same surnames as us, but have become adopted children of the world shadow rulers. With a token of just a few billion dollars, this black skin white mind adopted children will kill our saints and prophets and sacrifice their spirits whose energies will be sucked to generate trillions in wealth for the world shadow rulers. These world shadow rulers are never paid in cash, but in kind, the blood of our saints, prophets, and the talented is their currency.

So, it really is true. The African liberator has a two pronged war on her hands. First against the visible elite whites who have subjugated us for 500 years, and then, and perhaps the bigger battle, is with people who look like you, sound like you, speak your ethnic language, but have become adopted children of the world shadow rulers, who places the black man firmly at the bottom of the global pyramid. Follow us on Twitter. Click Here

Africa Has To Be United To Take On The World.

This is a short (1 minute) audio clip on the leadership state in Africa.

There is no doubt that the black race occupies the lowest strata in the global scheme of things. The black race has been on a decline for at least the last 700 years, when power passed on from the black race to the white aryan race. Now however, is the time to bring back the ancient black civilisation. Let not the present sorry state of Africa. The poverty. Fool you into believing that we were not once a great people. And this greatness can be revived. The Afro- Carribean, Padmore, believed, almost to an embarrassing degree that Kwame Nkrumah would be the one to liberate the black race. He didn't live to see his ideals become a reality as the young Nkrumah government was overthrown no doubt by the notorious CIA.

As young Africans, it is our duty to bring back the dignity and pride of the black race. To revive the souls of our ancestors who died in the Atlantic ocean after they couldn't bear with the conditions in the slave ships. To revive the souls of our liberators who were betrayed by their own people so as to appease and gain power from the colonialists. Unity of mind and purpose is the way to go for a prosperous Africa.

The little dysfunctional units we call African countries are no march for the Western imperial powers. While whites are divided on some issues, they come together when their interests are threatened. This is how they eliminated Muammar Gaddaffi who had wanted a gold backed currency for Africa. This is how they united when they saw the potential loot in Africa and decided to colonise it. Our disunity is our downfall. There are no two ways about it. Can you imagine an Africa with a single gold backed currency. Single military. Single political federation. Single passport. One billion strong market. The opportunities will be endless and we must seize on it.

It is unfortunate that outsiders see opportunities in Africa- Indians literally come barefoot and start small businesses selling sweets which become manufacturing behemoths in just ten years. Meanwhile, Africans are doing everything possible to cross the Mediterranean Sea and land in Europe where a life of squalor, not propserity as often been advertised by white induced media, awaits them. Follow us on Twitter. Click Here

Friday, 10 July 2020

Instead of globe trotting, let our elites make Africa Heaven.

This is a 1 min audio clip on the state of leadership in Africa.

Nelson Mandela quote-''There will come a time when the white man's land will no longer be safe to travel to''. Corona has brought that reality as our globe troting elites are now immobilised. Let our elites make Africa heaven. There is no reason at all why our Buhari of Nigeria or Uhuru of Kenya are world's most traveled Presidents, never quite spending time in their home countries. As I speak, the Ivory Coast Prime Minister is in France for medical check up. Kenyan former Prime Minister Odinga is in Dubai being attended by German doctors, when there are very qualified Kenyan neurologists to treat him effectively.

The Africa we want is where our leaders will use the same public hospitals as the common folk, not some state of art hospital on the West built by looted funds from Africa. The Africa we want is where our leaders will send their kids to the same public schools as the kids of the common folk. Not in some British American high cost school that prepares their children to come and lord it over us common folk and perpetuate the neo colonialist state that keeps Africa firmly at the bottom of the global pyramid.

Let's Build Systems For Africans To Excel At Home.

Listen to a 1 min audio clip on the leadership crisis in Africa.

Picture this. While an African team has never won the football world cup, France just won it in 2018 with an all black squad until a French politician complained that it was not representative of the French society. So, we don't lack players in football as in athletics as in politics as in business. What we lack are effective systems to sprout and nurture talent to realise its fullest potential.

Picture that we have African project managers, engineers and lead system designers at companies like Facebook, Google, Microsoft, and Oracle. Yet we don't have African versions of these companies. The paradox in this is that we don't have ssytems again. Of venture capitalists willing to risk it all in a business that's just an idea easentially, for banks are naturally not suited to fund intangible knowledge businesses of the new economy. We also lack market protection for nascent companies in Africa, and China could be a case study in this as they banned social media giants Facebook and Twitter and in their place is weibo, they also don't have search engine giant Google but in their place is Can we be super believers in ourselves and believe in our own products instead of terming them inferior.

Picture this, while we have inventors like Philip Emeagwali, who helped develop the super computer and was often dubbed the Bill Gates of Africa by former US President Bill Clinton, this brain is remotely known in Africa, let alone his home country, Nigeria. He modelled the super computer the same way honey develops naturally from honey combs- quite complex if you ask me. So, our inventors are actually behind some of the inventions that are often attributed to Westerners, making us have the erraneous belief that whites are inherently smarter than blacks, until a white person in Joe Biden( quite unexpected) has to remind black kids in America that they could just be as smart as white kids. The amount of brainwashing that has gone in the black mind is totally monumental. Follow us on Twitter. Click Here

China Does Not Have Africa's Best Interests At Heart, Let's Be Cautious.

This is a short clip on what Africa's next messiah should possess. (1min).

As China has grown from being a developing country to a formidable contender for the world's superpower status, African countries have heaved a sigh of relief. They believe that China will offer them some kind of respite from oppression from the West. They believe that contrary to the West that has thrown us under the bus for the last 500 years, Chinese will offer a sympathetic ear to our struggle and causes. Even our most formidable, such as Robert Mugabe mistakenly believed in the good of China to emancipate Africa from the yoke of colonialism, slavery, and neo colonialism.

What we shouldn't forget is that China is no longer the developing country and a friend to African liberation movements it was in the 1960s. After all, our very own Kwame Nkrumah, the great Pan Africanist, was over thrown while on a visit to China.

China now wants to be a superpower. And superpower only have interests that must be furthered, not dilly dally love affairs. China wants raw materials from Africa to power it's economy to reach higher levels and vanquish America for good. It wants markets for it's goods. And Africa provides both raw materials in plenty, and market for it's manufactured goods, so that it continues being the world's ideal factory. In an opinion piece for the Financial Times, former Nigerian Central Bank Governor Lamido Sanusi warned African countries that China was out to flood our markets with their goods, and thereby totally cripple our manufacturing sector.

A recent report showed that China had great spying capabilities in all the government buildings it had built, statehouses, parliament buildings etc. So, even our African Union headquarters that was financed and built by the Chinese could be one huge spy motive for China. While we don't know what China will use this intelligence it is collecting from Africa for, don't be surprised if it starts using it to overthrow legitimate regimes in Africa in the fashion of America's CIA. Follow us on Twitter. Click Here

Ethiopia Fluid Ethnic Relations Shows Difficulty In Uniting Africa.

This is a short audio clip on the conversation Africa needs to have.

Was Ethiopian Prime Minister, Abiy Ahmed, given the Nobel Prize too early? For looking at the unfolding events in Ethiopia, where a vocal activist was killed, and where the largest ethnic tribe, the Oromo are engaged in a rivarly with other ethnic groups bringing simmering ethnic tensions in the country to the surface. If we are not united in our countries, how are we going to be united as a race to take on Western hegemony. Whites don't have ethnic groups, just a homogenous white race that is bent on global domination at all costs against the native people of this world. If for nothing else, the fact that we are the most despised race, and the most nearly prone to extinction should serve as a catalyst to forming a supra united African superstate.

Ethiopia current simmering tensions between different ethnic groups shows, we are states of different ethnic groups bound by geographical boundaries. We are not homogenous nations pulling together in the same direction. And we spend so much energy not on nation building, but trying to appease our ethnic base. While the deep state in China or America is filled with towering progressives, accomplished journalists, university professors, activists, entrepreneurs, the deep state in Africa is filled with tribal and family gatekeepers. Look at how Malawi , a country that had offered a glimpse of an African opposition success story, is quickly trending with the hashtag, #CabinetMustFall, essentially as a backdrop to President Lazarus Chakwera appointing at least three family members to his cabinet.

Unity in Africa has to start within countries first, then morph into larger supra African superstate. In Nigeria the tensions between the north and south always come to bear during election time, making politicians use narrow ethno religious sentiments to win elections, as rational sane candidates are always rejected. Same situation plays out in Kikuyus versus Luos in Kenya, once buddies in independence struggle but had rifts widen as the founding President betrayed the ideals of independence and kept the British tribal divide and rule neo colonialist state intact. Point is. Let's use unity within countries as a base for a United Supra African superstate. Follow us on Twitter. Click Here

A Strong Africa Will Challenge Western Hegemony To The Core.

The global order in which Africa sits firmly at the bottom of the pyramid needs to be uppended as a matter of urgency. This order has existed now for at least 500 years, making us become poor, desolate, and sometimes, just a little higher than an animal in rank. In the US, at least $100 billion is spent on pets annually, more than entire budgets of many African countries. In the US and European Union, cows get a daily subsidy of at least $3 dollars, while at least half of Sub Saharan Africa- 400 million people, live on less than a dollar a day. So, in some way, animals in Europe and America are living way better than some Africans.

Basically, we have to lift up the economic fortunes of the ordinary African. When we do this, even our politics will straighten out. For an empowered and ideological middle class can act as great advocacies of an efficient government. This is what has kept the American experiment going. For their Presidents, with the exception of Trump, have always been drawn from normal working middle class people, not the billionare profiteers, money launderers, and drug dealers that make up the political class in Africa.

An empowered Africa will start when we reward the owners of production. The inventors. Creators. Innovators. Entrepreneurs. This is the class that is most poor and downtrodden, yet it is the richest in ideas and knowledge. In the words of Prof. PLO Lumumba himself, those with ideas have no power, and those without ideas have the power. This explains the paradox of Africa, being the most resourceful continent in the world, yet the poorest in living standards. Follow us on Twitter. Click Here

What Does Brand Africa Connote?

When we buy products, we are essentially not buying goods per se, but brands. For example, we know that a Mercedes Car connotes efficiency. Or for some people, reading the Economist magazine connotes smartness. Or Unilever tries to brand it's beauty products as connoting sophistication and urban finess.

Countries too have brands. When you think of Germany, you think of the efficient German machine which never fails. When you think of America, many think of the American dream where their dreams will come true. This is enough to pull world's best and brightest to American shores. What is Africa known for? Unfortunately, the international media has been too flattering in it's portrayal of Africa. For we are always a war lord away from civil war. Always a spoonful away from starvation. Always a disease away from extinction. This narrative needs to change and fastly so.

We must rebrand Africa as a matter of urgency. Not even to the outsider, but to the African himself. I wouldn't care what views a Westerner has on Africa, for that is to be expected given the 500 years of Western subjugation unleashed on Africa. However, I would be shocked if the same negative stereotypes a Westerner has on Africa are reinforced by the African himself. For example, many black skin white mind Africans hold the same view as Westerners, that colonialism was generally good for Africa, so we were complete savages before contact with the white man. We were incapable of any form of civilisation before contact with the white man. These erraneously held beliefs by elite Africans brings us down even more than the most powerful nuclear weapon waged against us ever will.

When we rebrand Africa, we will become a place of business and investment opportunities where the big deals happen. Nothing succeeds like success. And our export to the world needs not to be diamonds, tea or coffee, but our success stories. For then, the African child will know that they too are capable of doing major exploits, and nothing, not even the most racist sentiments by a Westerner will hold them down. Follow us on Twitter. Click Here

Thursday, 9 July 2020

African Intellectuals Have To Challenge The Political Class.

One of the things that dictators love is a citizenry that is ignorant and unable to challenge it. A powerful intellectual class forces leaders to rise to the challenge, and this is what we need in Africa. A middle intellectual class that is unapologetically Afro centric will push the African narrative to a whole new level. It will force our leaders to be accountable. Unfortunately, our middle class has taken to Western ways like fish to water. In order to survive our ineptitude governments, they have created a parallel system of private schools, private hospitals, secure gated neighbourhoods, and a handy generator to offset the constant electricity black out. Well, this seclusion  and detachment from politics of the African middle class will end in premium tears, as some day the excesses of autocratic givernments in Africa will prove a real burden.

When our rich politicians burn Africa, they'll run away to their rich Western friends, afterall aren't they friends helbent on the cause of destroying Africa through keeping the neo colonialist state intact? Isn't black elite anarchy just another front for Westerners to shadow rule us for eternity? Only this time rather than whites being direct colonisers as was during last century, nowadays they conveniently pull the strings from the back through our black skin white mind rulers, never being accountable for the rot in Africa?

The middle class intelelctual has to teem up with the poor peasant in the village to upend our black skin white mind rulers. It is unfortunate that almost every middle class African was born into a peasant home but yet, they are currently very detached from that villager. Does Rameses, who was guardian of the peasants in ancient kemet, find it hard to dwell in today's whitened African prosperous middle class? Or is it just that money whitens so badly that you really subliminally get indoctrinated into Western ways that you turn a blind eye to the struggle of your people? Either way, though I have given up on the gangster overlords ruling us today, I think the African middle class is redeemable with the right messaging to be part and parcel of Africa's transformative agenda. Follow us on Twitter. Click Here 

Which are The Role Models For Africa.

For three straight years, the Mo Ibrahim Prize for African leadership has not been awarded. This prize was set out to honor the African President who during his time in office, had overseen the democratic space in his country expanded, and had achieved tangible economic progress for his people. So, even our best cannot measure up. Can you imagine how the Nobel Peace Leaureate Abiy Ahmed, Prime Minister of Ethiopia is rapidly turning Ethiopia into an autthoritarian state, unable to manage the simmering ethnic tensions between the Oromo and other ethnic groups. Was he awarded the Nobel Peace Prize too early? And has become the typical African big man who is idolised as saintly before getting power, and once he gets it, he becomes a complete tyrant, making us become the laughing stock of the world times without number.

The present Africa is steeped in a leadership vacuum. These black skin white mind leaders we have are only hell bent on preserving the neo colonialist state. That is one of the things they signed for , otherwise, if they were real pure souls to take Africa forward, they would have been eliminated or banished into oblivion by the power brokers of this world. How is it that an Africa that produced the great kemet civilisation, kush, pharaohs, chiefs who could astral travel to different planets, Mansa Musa who caused inflation in Egypt by dumping gold on his way to Mecca, how can a society that produced all these greats become the most hated and despised race on the planet? Something just doesn't add up.

The present leadership has sold off Africa to the highest bidder, we should bypass them and look to our great ancient past for inspiration. The thing is that the last 500 years in which we have completely been dominated by the Aryan race cannot sum up, nor hide, our millennia of triumph in which we had endearing discoveries in art, mathematics, philosophy, spirituality, and science. This is what will offer us inspiration to tackle head on the inherent previledges of the Aryan race and even surpass it. Follow us on Twitter. Click Here 

As Africans, We Need To Be More Spiritual, Not Religious.

I know the topic of religion in Africa is a loaded one. I don't think anyone that is anti Christian or anti Muslim is necessarily an atheist, or a Satanist as the adherents to these faiths have labelled anyone that dares criticise their religion. But the fact is that organised religion has taken over spirituality which our ancestors used to practice. For me, I believe a good soul is a good soul, religion will not remove or amplify that. If religion was really working for Africa, how come our leaders who go to church every Sunday are the biggest thieves and plunderers ensuring the peasant in Africa lives an abominable life. If religion were that uplifting in its moral code, how come pastors who preach the simplicity of the life of Job are themselves the biggest material worshippers, having private jets, palatial homes, and latest car machines that a person in the developed world can only dream of. If the soul, mind and body are not aligned, then I will not take the message of whoever is preaching to me.

When the appropriate thing should have been to build factories and enterprises to create jobs for our people, we turn to religion to pray joblessness away. Someone here said that churches like Winners Chapel create many jobs, but at what cost to the congregants and the country. These people that pay tithes and offerings are some of the biggest tax dodgers. When our minds are empowered rather than caged as religion makes us, we would liberate ourselves. Organised religion are kind like HR departments for governments. Religion tells you to do good because you fear going to hell, while spirituality tells you to do good because your soul and universe is wired that way. Same way religion works for us, is the same way laws work for governments, for if there were no prisons, many of us would be murderers, plunderers and thieves. Our leaders do big crimes because they know they'll never be caught. While the small man is saintly mostly because he fears going to prison.

So, let's approach matters of faith and religion from an infomed position. For even in ancient black kemet priests occupied a higher place in the divine world than pharaohs. But those were the days when the dictates of Maat, the guardian for Truth, Justice, and Cosmic order ruled. All that order was overturned by organised religion, just the same way knowledge, wisdom and intelligence was overturned by credentials of the modern education system. Just the same way hoslistic natural medicine was overturned by Western and synthetic drugs which are just for managing the condition but not to eliminate it completely as this would upset the business model of the global big pharma. When you look at issues critically, all this dumbing down of our body, mind, and soul is meant to keep us in lower dimensions, not more than the 3rd dimension, as these so called white ruling familues- The Rothschilds, Rockefellers, British Royal families suck off our energies and ascend to even higher dimensions. Follow us on Twitter. Click Here

The Battle To Liberate Africa Has To Be From Ground Up.

If the likes of African liberators such as Kwame Nkrumah- whose young progressive pro Atrican government was overthrown by the CIA no doubt helped by an African American spy, Patrice Lumumba- assasinated by CIA and his body burnt in ashes, Thomas Sankara- killed by his friend and compatriot Blaise Compaore on orders from France, Muammar Gaddafi- overthrown by Obama and NATO to liberate Libyans but really just to stop his bold ambitions of a gold backed currency for Africa. If these African liberators had an army of a million African patriots behind them, willing as well to die for the ideals that these patriots held dear, Africa would have been liberated a long time ago. We would have been in paradise already.

Instead, what happens is that an African revolutionary sets out on his( her) agenda of liberating Africa. Then, his staunchest enemies are not whites per se, where the battle lines are clearly demarcated, the strongest opposition usually comes from the black skin white minds African elites who have joined the whites in keeping the African neo colonialist state intact. So in essence, due to immense indoctrination on the inherent virtues of the white man, the brainwashed African elite stands as the biggest stumbling block to our liberation as a people. No wonder a certain black liberator said when fighting for the black man you jave to use one hand because the other hand is busy fending off attacks from fellow blacks.

The people we should depend on to liberate Africa are still the pure souls in the rural areas whose contact with with the Western world is still rudimentary. If we lose this rural pure souls to Western indoctronation, then we are done as a race. This gives us at most only two generations- 50 years- to be able to completely turn the tables against the doctrines of the white man. If Africa is not liberated within these two generations- then we will be trapped in white supremacy systems not different from African Americans and begging to be assimilated into white spaces, for the pace at which Africa is whitening is clearly frightening. It is a cause for concern for any well meaning African patriot. Follow us on Twitter. Click Here

Wednesday, 8 July 2020

A Powerful Africa Will Be A Source of Inspiration To People of Black Descent All Over The World.

Part of the reason why blacks in America, in the Carribean, and elsewhere in the world are despised is because their roots, Africa, is a poor and desolate place. It's why some Trump supporter said he was not African American, but American simply because he had never been to Africa. I never see American Jews ever denying their roots even if they have never been to Israel.

Put simply, racism in America and elsewhere in the world against black people could end immediately Africa becomes a powerful entity in the world and upends the global geo political order. In fact, racism is probably a function of economic inequality more than about skin color itself. Because economically, other than these black skin white mind gangsters we have as leaders, it seems the economic opportunities of a black hardworking person begins where the opportunities of a poor White person ends. If our lanes economically were interlaced, like Japanese and Chinese racism of whites against blacks wouldn't be so pronounced.

So, the immediate goal to eliminate racism against the black person anywhere in the world is to upset the global economic order which places the black man at the tail end of the economic ladder. When we make Africa powerful, as it should be, the world will bow to us, for in essence, Africa is the richest continent in the world, only that that potential has not been translated into actual improved living standards for the common folk. Follow us on Twitter. Click Here

The African Has To Stay Back And Develop His Continent And Not Run Away.

There will come a time when the white man's land will no longer be safe for the African to travel to, so said Nelson Mandela. His prophesy has come true and that time is now. Our black skin white mind leaders now have been confined to their countries, unable to global trot as they usually do. Nigeria's President Buhari and Kenyan President Kenyatta are some of the world's most travelled Presidents, never quite spending time in their home countries as they spend time abroad. Even when seeking treatment that could be easily offered in our hospitals, our leaders usually travel abroad. Didn't the acclaimed Pan Africanist Robert Mugabe die in a hospital in Singapore. Didn't Nigerian President Umaru Yaradua die in a Saudi Arabia hospital?

One of the ways in which the black race remains continually poor is that we don't keep wealth within the black community longer enough. Among the Jews, money changes hands at least eighteen times before it leaves the race. Among the black race, we lose money as soon as it lands on our hands. You can blame our elites for money never quite staying in the hands of the black race. Sometimes I think the solution to develop Africa is to keep the salaries of everyone artificially low, there is always an incessant urge by our money elites to indulge in Western finesse as soon as they get that CEO job or get that coveted government tender- corruptly of course. The real wealth drivers in Africa are the low to middle class earners, because the rich almost always take their money to Dubai, Europe or America.

When we spend in Africa, when we spend on African made brands, the wealth will stay within Africa. There is a myth which needs to be disabused and fastly so, that the African made brand denotes lower quality and the Western made brand connotes higher quality. This is how we kill our manufacturing sector. The former Nigerian Central Bank Governor Lamido Sanusi in 2013 in an opinion piece for the Financial Times warned African countries against the dumping of imported manufactured goods in Africa, was likely to kill our manufacturing sector and curtail our development. His views have mostly been vindicated as our nascent manufacturing is on it's death bed.

Often, our manufacturers import products from China and package it as locally made to qualify for locally manufactured goods quota. Even in construction, don't be surprised to find the so called Chinese contractors are shadow owned by our powerful Ministers, so they share spoils with Chinese often as jobs and wealth are exported to China. A rethink is needed. Follow us on Twitter. Click Here

We Don't Need These Artificial Borders, They Ever Keep Us so Divided.

The question is how can Africans unite when they hardly know anything about each other. When we rely on Western media to tell us narratives about another African country, then we give the enemy too much power. For the fact is that the story teller is always greater than the warrior. Our artificial borders keep us ever more divided and unable to realise our fullest potential. The thing is our little divided and dysfunctional outfits we call African countries are no march for the Trumps and Putins of this world. For in essence, the West plays us one against the other, and always emerges as the victor. Look the way the US has taken the side of Egypt in their dispute over River Nile as Ethiopia is ready to fill the grand reneissance dam. The African Union should have been the natural mediator, why do we take our problems to foreign adversaries who do not have our best interests at heart.

When we dismantle our artificial borders, we'll trade with each other more. We will explore the immense tourist opportunities in Africa. Can you imagine Dubai receives millions of tourists yet it basically is an over glorified desert, yet Africa with it's beaches and safaris receives only paltry numbers because the world always feels that you could literally die either from a tropical disease or some civil war break out if you came to Africa. Such is the power of narratives, and Africa really has to work on it's self image which is severely battered. Even Africans themselves believe the hallmark of having made it in life is to visit the Louvre in Paris, which coincidentally contains thousands of stolen African artifacts.

When we dismantle these artificial African borders, we'll have one political federation. A standing army. A gold backed currency not useless paper money that we repay with commodities while Westerners print it almost for free. We'll have one passport to ease travel around Africa. Africa's richest man, Aliko Dangote has said he needs 35 visas to travel around Africa, and this has complicated his investment strategy in Africa until he has diversified and opened a US office ostensibly to ward off business 'risks'. Just imagine if Africa had one world cup team of the likes of Sadio Mane and Mo Salah. We'd take every football  world cup. Such is our power. And that's why they'll fight tooth and nail so we can remain little dysfunctional individual countries that would never be a threat to the global geo political order. Follow us on Twitter.  Click Here

Time To Promote African Innovations.

In the dusty villages of Malawi, a young boy, William Kamkwamba sneaked into a library, read about how to construct a wind turbine, and used available raw materials to construct a makeshift wind turbine, that powered the family's radio. For his exploits, Kamkwamba was given a full scholarship to the African Leadership Academy in South Africa, before he matriculated to the Dartmouth College, an Ivy League College in the US. Let's hope his talents will benefit his native people of Malawi and Africa in general for too often a great African brain always helps advance the economies of the Western world, while the African economy where he comes from is steeped in misrule and under development.

In the best of times, African science is taken as superstition. Look at the way the Madagascar Corona cure has been termed a 'miracle drug' by Westerners. Some people proclaim that the drug must undergoe clinical trials but for so long as the West controls big pharma, and calls the shots at global health bodies like WHO, then the Covid Organics from Madagascar is ill fated. And the thing is that if the World Bank had it's way, higher education and research would be abolished in Africa, so that we import knowledge from the West. Had the World Bank had it's way, African countries should only concentrate on basic education which makes us plumbers, artisans, welders, which great as careers as they are, they will not help us upend the global economic order where we consume both knowledge and finished resources, thus ensuring we remain at the bottom of the pyramid as black people.

The essential thing we must do is to link African science, research, and innovation, with available funding and venture capital. That has been left to the likes of Bill Gates and Rockefellers, but such Western do gooders would always prioritise their interests first for there is no such thing as free lunch. It is a pity that we see research as ivory tower and so abandon it but the fact is that even though research may not pay in the short term, it pays in the medium to long term. When we fund our scientists and researchers, the true potential of Africa will be unleashed in immesurable ways. Follow us on Twitter. Click Here

A Higher Sense of Consciousness Needed to Upgrade The Black Race.

These adopted children of whites, the so called black skin white mind African elites are the biggest stumbling block to the liberation of Africans. For whereas the battle lines with whites are clearly drawn, the battle lines with our immediate oppressors, the black skin white mind rulers of Africa today, the battle lines are blurred. For in public, they pretend to be with us, but in private, they sign deals with our enemies that continually keep us at the bottom of the food chain. Perhaps, the fear of being toppled via a coup or some Western puppet being funded, these black skin white mind African leaders sign some really crazy deals that are against our interests.

When a Westerner challenged Kenyan former President Daniel Arap Moi whether he really was loyal to the West, President Moi said he rallies up his base to rise up against the West to show he is in charge, but did not mean to upset his Western friends. And even in America, the so called messiah of black people, Barrack Obama would do the same thing. He would rally up his base against the big financiers of Wall Street that keep the working class especially blacks poor, but in private, he would send these same Wall Street big financiers private email to show them he wasn't really serious in upsetting the economic order.

Thus, we have to be completely vigilant to guard our revolution. For in essence, if a democracy is not changed every now often, it evolves from a democracy to an oligarchy, to a dictatorship, and finally a monarchy. The children of the British and French apologists are the ones ruling us today. And they want their children to take over, so that Africa essentially becomes a black skin white mind monarchy. Let's be factual. The ways of Western imperiliasm only keep you if you are going to serve their interests at some point. That's how Steve Biko of South Africa was eliminated because of his radical black consciousness thoughts, while people like Mandela as saintly as he was, were kept to wash away the guilt of the whites, cleanse the system, and ensure a continued white economic monopoly.

Fighting to liberate the black race is essentially a thankless job. The indoctrination by media, education and religion on the inherent capabilities of the white man, and the hopelessness and incapacity of the black man is on another level. One black American, the first to be invited to the white House and who was quoted by John Mc Cain during his concession speech in 2008, Booker T Washington, lost up the battle on black equality and said blacks should aspire for technical careers , artisans, and other low end jobs instead of fighting the yoke of white supremacy that keeps the black race at the bottom. In essence, the biggest fighters to the liberation of the African are Africans themselves, for they could shoot you from the back at no instant. Let's shield and ring fence our fighters and liberators instead of fighting them. Follow us on Twitter. Click Here

Any African Liberator Has Two Enemies, The Western Imperialist, and the Brainwshed African.

Any African revolutionary that wants to liberate Africans must know they have two battles on their hands. The battle against the obvious, the Western imperliast, who has butchered our way of life and customs, and killed millions of our people as if it was some kind of sport hunting. Can you imagine the rage that would have been there if the Belgian King Leopold had killed ten million Jews or whites and not the Africans that he killed. There would have been outrage in the white owned media never seen before. And yet, because the black life is assigned a lower value, Hitler is the face of genocide, and not King Leopold that slaughtered ten million Congolese as some kind of sport hunting.

The most lethal war that the African must fight however, is not even the Western imperiliast whose devious ways are already known to us. We know that in the white imperialist eyes, the black person is at the tail end of the ladder, essentially just a notch higher than an animal. Don't confuse those plastic smiles from Westerners as if it was some kind of love for us, deep within them, the real Westerner really hates the black man. After all, didn't Germans kill millions of Namibians and went to test them in a German museum to see if they were humans? To this day, their remains have never been returned to Namibia.

The real war we must wage, even more than a war on the Western imperialist, is a war on the black skin white mind leaders ruling us today. One African liberator said that when fighting for the black man, you have to use one hand for the other hand will be busy fending off attacks from fellow blacks. This is to be expected. For there is nothing worse than an indoctrinated slave. In plantations of Southern America, they were ruthless in returning cuptured escaped slaves back into the hands of the slave master.

In present day Africa, though their is no slave plantation, the economic systems that keep the black man on the bottom are essentially slave ships. And the few token blacks that have been adopted and coopted into the machinations of the economic system that keeps whites at the top and blacks at the bottom will stop at nothing in stemming any African rebellion once a few crumbs have been thrown to them. With a few billion dollars bribe to a black skin white mind African leader they'll sabotage the African revolution and channel trillions of dollars to the white man's land. Follow us on Twitter. Click Here

The Thomas Sankara That Present African Revolutionaries Should Emulate.

Thomas Sankara.
One of the things that African revolutionaries don't pay much attention to is the economic pillar. That is, how, after gaining political freedoms, they would emancipate their people and ensure they have a living standard that is commensurate to a functional human being. Well, one leader that epitomised the economic uplifting of his people was the great Thomas Sankara of Burkina Faso, perhaps the most progressive African leader of contemporary times. His stealth and determination to completely dismantle the African neo colonialist state from the shackles of French and World Bank domination saw him pay the full price, with his life, when he was executed by his friend and compatriot Blaise Compaore on the orders from France.

Let's not underestimate what it will take to dismantle the African neo colonialust state. The African adopted children of the Rothschild that are now ruling us and do the bidding for Western countries will wage a fierce war, and even infliltrate the movement to liberate Africa. These African adopted Rothschild children that are our leaders have been indoctrinated into the ways of Western imperiliasm, and have become essentially black colonisers, more fierce than the white colonisers themselves. After all, due to immense indoctrination, a freed former slave often becomes worse than the slave master himself.

This is a call to action by African revolutionaries and changemakers. Let's rise up, and let the movement be filled by the rank and file, from the ground up. Let the ideals for our struggle for emancipation not be epitomised by one man alone. This is the only way to prevent the African onward march from being sabotaged. Too often, revolutionaries like Thomas Sankara or Patrice Lumumba did not have a million plus army marching behind them, such that even if they were eliminated by the likes of CIA or French intelligence forces, the revolution would have gone on as if nothing happened. This is a poignant lesson for us. Follow us on Twitter. Click Here

Tuesday, 7 July 2020

Africans Have To Build Millions of Silos Of Excellence To Prosper Africa.

A fight for a great Africa must be two pronged. First, by electing visionary and Afro centric leaders that have our best interests at heart. These are leaders that will put an end to the runaway plunder by our African leaders, black in skin but adopted and assimilated into the ways of the white man than even the white man himself. Then, let's not ask what Africa can do for us, but ask what we can do to make Africa impactful, and a great world power.

When we ask what we can do for Africa, instead of what Africa can do for us, we will create millions of silos of excellence. We will start great world beating companies instead of merely waiting to climb the companies built by the whites, Chinese and Indians. Then, we will start great schools and colleges that will produce unapologetically African minded young Africans, young minds that will be ready to put their life on the line for the restoration of our once powerful civilisation and way of life. Then, we'll start research instititutes that will cure diseases to our common problems like malaria, give us great animal and seed varieties for our agro revolution to take off, and help us feed ourselves. Did you know that even though Africa could feed the whole world, we still import food to the tune of $35 billion every year?

The ultimate thing is that even though we should elect the very best and aspirational leaders, we shouldn't let the job of developing Africa to be the governments job alone. In the words of the great Pan Africanist Marcus Garvey, you need the talented ten percent of a race to lift the other 90 percent of the race. Currently, and unequivocally, Westerners seem to be doing this better than us, for currently, the likes of Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates however myopic they are, seem to be lifting whites to ever great wealth and material previldges. And for us blacks, we want to invade those white spaces created by whites and beg for an opportunity to be included whereas we could create our own safe spaces to excel. It's time for a rethink. Follow us on Twitter. Click Here

African Owned Owned Multinationals Are Needed.

The myth of the foreign investor in Africa is overhyped. For when things get thick, such as political instability, they would be the first to flee. Fact is, homegrown African entrepreneurs will stick with us through thick and thin. It shouldn't be that we think of market stall selling vegetables, small food kiosks, taxi drivers as the only businesses that Africans can run. True, such businesses will help put food on the table for the vulnerable amongst us, but they will not make us leapfrog the world and put Africa firmly on the world map.

Wealth making should be something we encourage among our people. If you have a prized skill, or talent, and put in the hard work and make your venture succeed, I see no reason why you shouldn't be wealthy, a billionaire even. What has happened in Africa is that our politicians have gamed the system. Access to power, and not creativity and innovation, is now the ultimate route to becoming a multi billionare in Africa. The wealth of our richest man, Aliko Dangote, would pale in comparison when compared to the wealth looted by our politicians and stored in safe tax havens abroad.

When we encourage free enterprise in Africa, instead of political and power connected crony capitalism, our most creative and innovative would be the richest. With support from venture capital, more suited to funding idea driven businesses than banks, and with adequate market protection, we would easily create African versions of Microsoft, Google, Facebook, Twitter, one after another. They will solve our toughest challenges, provide millions of jobs, and pay taxes that will (hopefully) fund our public services like first class health and education. Follow us on Twitter. Click Here

Let's Fix Our Economies First, Democracy Will Fall In Place.

Our politics at present is not helping the ordinary African put food on the table. It is great on speeches. Policy statements. Action points. But all this is wind in the air, as when the rubber finally meets the road, our leaders routinely fail. We need a model of leadership that will as a matter of urgency, lift up Africa's poor from poverty. While India used to be the country with the most absolute poor people in the world, that's no longer the case. In 2018, Nigeria surpassed it as the country with the most absolute poor people in the world, as ethno religious sentiments pull back that giant of a nation, making talented Nigerians unable to fully put their talents to uplift their nation, even as they excel everywhere else in the world. For instance, in 2018, the controversial Asian American writer Amy Chua named Nigerian Americans as the most successful immigrant group in the US, even as this success is not replicated back at home in Nigeria.

When we adopt a development approach to politics, we will have the efficient Persian Governor as our leaders. They will use resources optimally so our people can prosper. Most of us like our leaders to be charismatic and hero worshipped, let's say like Mandela. Most want our leaders to be relatable. But I will argue that it is not the charismatic hero worshipped leader that delivered the economic gains for Asia. Lee Kuan Yew, the Singapore Prime Minister who delivered Singapore from Third World to First World in 25 years, was hardly likeable. He was in fact authoritarian to opposing political views. However, he was a brilliant economic manager, and this is all that mattered. Thus, we need leaders to perform, the likes of Kagame, not leaders to be blind hero worshipped but with no economic gains for the citizenry.

We in Africa need the economic lessons of Singapore's Lee Kuan Yew or more recently, the economic miracle of China. We need our deep state to consist of focused economic planners 50 years into the future.  Not some tribe and family infested deep state that essentially shields the President from direct contact with the citizens, which prevents the President from feeling the pulse of the nation, as it were. If we had brilliant economic managers at independence, we would not have had the high unemployment rate in Africa today.

Perhaps, only Gaddaffi of Libya had a strict economic management policy for his people, where even if unemployed, which was usually just few months post graduation, you still got the full salary as you would have gotten if you had a job in that profession. If you had graduated as an engineer but without a job, you got the full salary as an employed engineer.
It's unfortunate the Western media usual glosses over facts like this and only paints him as a dictator to be removed so that his people could be liberated. What a nonesense. Follow us on Twitter. Click Here

Africa's Best Days Are Ahead Of Us.

Many have written off Africa. Former French President Jacques Chirac said that Africa is a blot to the world. His later day successor, Emmanuel Macron has said that Africa's major problem is more of a civilisational one, as if Western culture inherently connotes development while African culture inherently connotes poverty and backwardness. Macron's counterpart, British PM Boris Johnson has said that we are poor because the whites are no longer in charge. I tell you, the superiority complex of whites is on another level.

But really, Africa's best days are ahead of us. We are the cradle of mankind. The original himans. The DNA of the African woman has variations of all the other racial groups. We built the great Kemet Egyptian civilisation, that even the most well meaning of whites could only describe it as an alien civilisation, never quite giving credit to blacks. The bone of centention is basically this. If Africa was this great, how come it's in a sorry state today. If ancient pharaohs and multitude of chiefs could astral travel to different planets, how come this level of sophistication is not reflected on present Africa, such that we are the laughing stock of the world. The counter arguments against this would require a deep plunge into the mysteries of the universe.

When we fix our leadership, eliminate the black skin white mind African elites ruling us today, then we will be making steps to abolish the neo colonialist state that keeps whites at the top, their puppets and stooges so called African elites at center, and the poor peasant at the bottom, made to bear the extravagance and finesse of these two classes. Follow us on Twitter.  Click Here

Monday, 6 July 2020

If Only We knew The Potential Of Africa, We Would Stay And Make It A Great World Power.

The world cannot do without Africa. But Africa can safely cut off the world, survive, amd thrive while at it. So essentially, we are poor only materially, but in potential, we are the richest. If only we convert our immense potential into real tangible wealth, then the world will no longer joke with us for we will be a force to reckon with. Imagine if DR Congo alone is worth $30 trillion, what of Africa combined, the wealth would be staggering.

One thing we have to learn, and learn precisely well is to convert our immense potential into actual wealth, and create millions of jobs for our college and university graduates. Mobile phones are produced from Coltan that's mined from DR Congo, yet there is not a single Congolese owned mobile phone company. Coffeee from Ethiopia is branded and sold by the coffee chain giant Starbucks, yet there is not a single global Africa owned coffee chain. Kenyan tea, on reaching Britain is rebranded and reexported as English tea. Cocoa from Ivory Coast makes billions of dollars for chocolate companies in Switzerland, which has no single cocoa plantation

The trade and value addition of our natural and agricultural products is something we must take into account
 Studies have shown that when we process cotton and produce clothes right here in Africa, 13 times more jobs are created than when we export raw cotton alone. When we value add, we will keep the manufacturing and farm jobs in Africa. We won't ever need a single cent of aid money from the West for what they give us is a pittance compared to what they take from us. And that's why they want the global economic order to remain intact because a strong and empowered Africa that owns the means of production will uppend the global economic order to the detriment of the West. Follow us on Twitter. Click Here

The Talented Ten Percent Should Lift Up Africa.

According to the great Pan Africanist Marcus Garvey, you need the talented ten percent of a race to lift up the entire race. Is this something that can be applied to talented and skilled Africans, to lift up the black race from it's present abyss. For the moment, this talented ten percent is just not able to lift up the entire black race, for it has taken to Western ways like fish to water, essentially absorbing the finesse of the Western culture even better than the Westerner himself.

The President of Gabon, Ali Bongo essentially advertised for an exclusively white butler( housemaid or servant). The head of the Kenyan workers union, Francis Atwoli, has a white house maid, a fleet of range rovers, and Mercedes Benz, and even has a Swizz watch where you have to procure a certificate before owning it. And yet, Kenyan workers get a pittance from slave labour in Indian owned factories. With such material indulgence by our elites, we are surely finished as a race.

According to American comedian Chris Rock, the difference between a wealthy person and a rich person is stuck. He says, Bill Gates is wealthy( although I think this is before Bill Gates lost his way and became a New world order adherent keen on promoting harmful vaccines and a depopulation agenda). Conversely, Chris Rock says Oprah Winfrey is rich. For according to Chris Rock, wealth uplifts whole communities, through jobs and taxes paid to government, while riches uplift only an individual.

And I think Chris Rock analogy is profound. For during it's heydey before Bill Gates lost his way, Microsoft created at least 10,000 dollar millionares. Just one company alone. How many talented Africans will take this cue, and instead of slaving away for whites, Indians, or even greedy elite Africans who have no idea of the means of production but just profit from our skills and talent while we are always a paycheck away from financial ruin and bankruptcy. Follow us on Twitter. Click Here

We need a Movement From Ground Up, Not Necessarily A One Man Revolution.

Thomas Sankara
If you think about it, one of the reasons why Africa does not move forward is because revolutions in Africa are one man shows, not backed by millions in the grassroots, and most importantly, by a deep state that is forward looking. So, in essence, Patrice Lumumba, Thomas Sankara, Muammar Gaddaffi, and Kwame Nkrumah were failed not just by the West, but also by a citizenry that was indifferent to their cause of emancipating Africa. To support my claims, African leaders just watched in silence as Obama, NATO and Sarkozy ran roughshod on Gaddaffi. The African Union did not even send a small military force to prevent the toppling of Gaddaffi. They just watched from the sidelines, and were indifferent to a man who was fighting for a gold backed currency for Africa.

The journey of an African revolutionary should not be a solitary one as the West would just chop off their head and the revolution will become a cropper. Instead, a revolution to liberate Africa must be fed from a million inflection points. With transformative ideas and action points coming from all and sundry. In this way, when the CIA eliminates our revolutionary leader, it will merely have chopped off the head, but not the roots. This is how to win revolutions.

Once we achieve our revolution, we must have a plan in place to actually govern. For this is one of the areas where our independence leaders failed. They underestimated how hard it was to dismantle the neo colonialist state that placed whites at the top, then the black skin white minds African elites in the middle serving the interests of Western imperialism, and then the African peasant at the bottom, unable to make sense of any claim as to why the black coloniser ruling her today is any better than the white coloniser that left. Put simply, the ideals of African Independence were lost by black anarchy supported by White imperiliasm. This (reimagining a powerful and emergent Africa), must be our cause and struggle going forward. We must not leave it to any one individual to carry the burden of Africa on their shoulder. It will end in premium tears. Follow us on Twitter. Click Here

West Was Built On Plunder Of Aftica, Nothing More.

Slave Plantation.
Even though we like to attribute scientific inventions and inherent creativity as the reason for the success of the West, that's not the full picture. The West has been built on plunder, looting, and almost complete annihilation of native populations in Africa and around the world. So, the current guilt by Westerners where they are bringing down statutes of pervayers of Western imperialism such as Cecil Rhodes or Christopher Columbus needs to go beyond that. They must eliminate the systemic racist systems that keep whites at the top, brown skins at middle, and black people firmly at the bottom of the food chain. Mere cosmetic actions will not end the huge white previledge against the native populations, especially black people in Africa and around the world.

For whereas you might credit Steve Jobs for the iPhone innovation that made trillions for white shareholders, it is the slave mine workers in Eastern DR Congo that have to be exploited in order for Coltan, a key ingredient in making mobile phones, to be shipped to the Apples of this world. In any case, even in America, the industrial revolution was only made possible by the free slave labour of African slaves in the plantations, creating enormous agro wealth that was later invested into factories, producing the likes of Henry Ford of Ford automobiles, Andrew Carnegie of Steel, and Rockefeller of Standard Oil that between them had a combined fortune of $400 billion. So, it wasn't the innovation of Henry Ford in the assembly line, an idea originally copied from chocolate making companies, rather, it was accumulation of slave merchants fortunes that enabled them to afford the car that Ford produced.

Even in present Africa, the neo colonialist state is still intact. Wealth still freely flows to the Western world, and when we challenge this global economic order, our prophets such as Lumumba and Sankara are eliminated, and idea less, white worshipping and brainwashed leaders are imposed on us. So, far from the West being super humans as some black skin what minds Africans like Donald Kipkorir think, the West wouldn't have been where it is today it it were not for plunder and looting of Africa. For in essence, when all else is taken into account, the black anarchy crimes would fill just half a page in a thousand page book of Western imperiliasm. Follow us on Twitter.  Click Here

Politics Is Not Bad, It's The Players That Are Bad.

Everyone thinks that politics is a dirty game. But I would disagree. It's the political players that are bad. It is they who have corrupted the political systems, turning even the saintly and most well intentioned amongst us into bloody infested tyrants. Which is why as young people we need to clean up the political system of Africa that allows the dirty and evil minded to get to the top, while the saintly and clean ones get tossed aside. The one thing which we must disabuse is that you can do away with politics .This is what middle class Africans are trying to do. Rather than holding their leaders accountable, they are creating a parallel state system of private schools, private hospitals, private secured gated neighbourhoods and suburbs, a stand by generator to offset constant power outages. At some point, such detachment from the political realities will end in tears. For while the rich politicians can safely fly out once they burn Africa, the poor peasants have nothing to lose since they have known no other life other than poverty.

When we clean our politics, we will make it possible for the effcient Persian Governor who utilises resources optimally  so his people can prosper to emerge. This is the one trait that our leaders miss. Our leaders are not short on speeches. They are not short of policy statements on which development direction we should take. But somehow when it comes to implementation, they fail by a huge stretch. That's party because we consider the sane rationale candidates as boring and unappealing. Well, speeches, wracking up ethnic emotions can only get you so far. The big challenges of Africa require a rational sane mind to takle them, not these populists that have practically no idea of what to do once elected into office.

Africa's young shouldn't fall by the yardstick that's been assigned to Africa. That we are forever lazy. Probably have low IQ levels. Are predisposed to corruption, civil war and blood letting. When we do this, we reinforce the narratives by those who think colonialism should not have ended too early, such as British PM Boris Johnson who has famously said that the poverty in Africa is because whites are no longer in charge. How sane and well meaning of him when he knows too well that while America kills our saints and prophets, Britain on the other hand imposes average leaders on us, leaders that will never challenge the global order in which the black man sits firmly at the bottom of the pyramid. Follow us on Twitter. Click Here

Needed- A Pan Africanist Media To Tell Our Own Stories And Narratives.

While there is BBC Africa, CNN Africa, Aljazeera Africa, and VOA Africa, there is no authentic African owned Pan African media network. When we leave others to tell our narratives, that's when we begin to lose direction. For the story teller is always greater than the warrior. So then, it behoves that we begin to highlight our successes, for no one will do it for us. When the international Western inclined media tell of African success stories, there is always a tinge of scepticism that's always hanging in there.

The unfortunate thing is that an African knows about another African country not from our own media, but from Western media. And the Western media has only painted Africa as a place of war, disease, and poverty. A place that's just a spoonful away from starvation. A place that's just a war lord away from a civil war. This is why we view Nigerians as drug dealers and internet scammers, whereas in actual fact, there are tonnes of success stories of Nigerians excelling at home and abroad. For instance, the computer scientist Philip Emeagwali created one of the very first super computers in the world, yet he's only moderately appreciated.

When Africans own the story, we will expand the soft power of Africa. Africa will move from being a place of war, disease and hunger, to a place where business and investment opportunities abound. Africa will move from being a footnote on geo political world, to be firmly at the center of the global conversation. This will only happen when we have a focused media that outlines our agenda, and not merely reinforce what Westerners think of us Africans, which is pretty much deep seated plain racism at best. Follow us on Twitter. Click Here

Present African Leaders Will Not Usher In Continental Unity.

That a divided, weak and fragmented Africa cannot take on the world is a foregone conclusion. And yet, with Africa's very future being at stake, with the future of the black man being at stake, you would expect African Presidents and heads of states and governments to fast track a common African agenda. But no, they are busy stuck in their little dysfunctional fiefdoms they call countries, wanting to pull the strings forever, not for one moment wanting to give up power for the greater good of African unity.

Can Paul Biya, Cameroon's long running dictator who has been in power for over 30 years, and who spends most of his time in France, helping to perpetuate French neo colonialism in Africa, can he surely advocate a Pan Africanist agenda for his people, and for Africans in general? That is a big no. Which is why we need new champions of continental unity, champions who are visionary and understand that for the last 500 years, the black man has occupied the bottom of the pyramid, and is the most despised person on the planet.

We need African youth to rise up and take over the mantle of leadership in Africa. Africa is the world's youngest continent. These young Africans are educated, are exposed to new ways of doing things, and understand what's at stake. Besides, with new technologies such as media or social media more specifically, we can rally up the African masses to unite, pave a new way forward for Africa, borrowing from our ancient history of triumph before the white man abruptly put a stop to our onward match as a race. Put simply, power is not given. It is taken. It is time for the old brainwashed African leaders to give way to new blood that is unapologetically Afro centric. Follow us on Twitter. Click Here

Sunday, 5 July 2020

Our leaders Don't Represent The Best of Us.

There are those who say that leaders are a reflection of society. That despotic, evil and corrupt African leaders is a proof that Africans have the same evil, corrupt and depsotic values. This is only half the point. It is not the true story.

I want to put it that the under class in Africa is working. It is infact thriving. By this, I mean that in our day to day activities, we choose the best. For instance, in the school fundraising committee, no known thief will be allowed to sit in that committee. Same as in the wedding or funeral committee, only the sane, conscious rational individuals and whose values are  beyond reproach will be allowed to sit on those committees. This is the true potential of the African personality.

Something fundamentally changes when good African people join politics such that they abandon their people and become evil despots. Either, a gun is put to their head literally for them to make some of the crazy decsions they make against the common interests of Africans. Or probably, and perhaps true, they sign into some secretive societies which are controlled by these elite whites that are said to control the world, such that they become mere puppets for the Rothschild and Rockefellers of this world, who are hellbent on total global domination, with the black man occupying the tail end of their empire.

So, in that respect, they are made to summon the spirits of our ancestors to believe they are one of us when they are seeking elective posts, but when elected, the white mind takes over, ensuring that resources flow to the white elites, who are controlled by the Rothschild and the Rockefellers of this world. I know this sounds wild allegations to make but it's the only reason why good intentioned people suddenly turn into tyrants once elected.

And the American CIA, known for killing our numerous saints and prophets, has the technology to separate the body, mind, and soul, so, when you see them targeting our saints and prophets, they actually need the soul and mind of these prophets to go run their countries. The debt that African leaders that have signed to these socieites to gain power is to deliver positive energies of our saints and prophets for them to advance their power and wealth. Seems pretty far fetched but that is the dichotomy why you find former good African people join politics only to become tyrants. It's the indoctrination. Follow us on Twitter. Click Here

Let's Stop Politics From Being An Avenue To Make Money In Africa.

Aliko Dangote
While the venerable business magazine Forbes lists Aliko Dangote as Africa's richest man, they just haven't done their research well. For if they did, they will find that African Presidents, even middle cadre MPs, senators, and governors, are way richer than Aliko Dangote's reported  fortune of $10 billion.

Actually, with the kind of looting that Africa has been subjected by our leaders, it is a miracle that Africa is still standing. Our gods are awake, only made powerless by the evil acts of our leaders, but they have ensured that we don't become extinct as a race.

Instead of creativity and, innovation being the way to make money in Africa, it is crony capitalism, meaning the closer you are to power, the richer you are. There is no African country that is an exception to this rule. What advice do parents really give their children these days? That work hard, study hard and you will succeed when they have seen their uncle stay jobless ten years post graduation. When they see their leaders corrpution scandal in the range of billions week after week on TV newsbytes and newspaper headlines?

When we don't reward talent, creativity and innovation, then we fail as a society. The lukcy stifled brains eventually find a way and escape to Western countries, adding on to their wealth. Just to note how crony capitalism is so in-depth in Africa. Joseph Kabila former President of DR Congo is worth $18 billoon- Panama Papers. Isabel Dos Santos became the rcihest woman in Africa after her father- President Eduardo Dos Santos,  placed her as the head of the petroleum revenue authority of Angola. Theodora Nguema is a multi billionare, even as his country Equatorial Guinea , on paper with per capita income of $34,000 same as Britain but millions are not enjoying the oil money as oil illicit flows to the President and his family coffers. Coincidentally, the bank that helps Nguema loot his country's oil money is located just across the US Congress, the supposed baston of good governance in the world. Follow us on Twitter. Click Here

China has two million engineers powering it's economy while Africa has two million pastors powering it's poverty.

When you think about it, one of the reasons why whites invaded our spaces is because we are a pretty spiritual people. But this spirituality while not being a bad thing in itself has made us lose focus.

Now, we are praying for jobs when in actual sense we should be electing accountable leaders that have the brains and the will to create actual jobs. If for example there were 1,000 job vacancies and 100,000 job applicants applied, then inadvently, 99,000 people will miss the jobs no matter how much they pray.

So, instead of us converting factories to churches and praying for jobs in those converted churches, let's instead elect leaders that will launch and sustain as many factories as possible. This will create millions of jobs and in the process, we shall defeat poverty that makes as seek an escape route in religion.

Let's subject our minds to solve our toughest of challenges and most unique problems. We were given brains by the almighty to think and make our lives better, not escape away to religion which has created millionare con pastors who preach false hope, fly in private jets, while the worshippers who have barely nothing to live by, are always asked for tithes and offerings to sustain the rich pastors life, the likes of TB Joshua or Bushiri, all in the name of blessing the servant of the Lord. It is not lost that China has two million engineers powering it's economy while Africa has two million pastors powering it's poverty. Follow us on Twitter. Click Here

Racism Against Blacks Exists( Majorly) Because We Are Poor.

Paul Kagame.
If Africa was rich and prosperous, nobody, no other race would dare joke with us. We would in fact be respected. Even exalted. Just the same way some brainwashed Africans exalt everything white even bordering on worship. Look at China, can you imagine if it was Africa that had been the epicenter of Corona, we would have been spiked. Ridiculed. Banned from ever travelling this world. Yet, all that the West does to a powerful China is to send them empty threats, and a non existent corona bill that they know only too well the Chinese will never honour it.

This is what economic power can do. It can make even the most powerful enemy and adversary bow to you. This should be a poignant lesson for Africa. For racism against blacks is more a function of economic inequality than race relations itself.

And this is why the number one goal of any African revolutonary must be to paint a rosy economic picture for Africa. Where we will have hundreds of multinationals African owned companies. Where our own media will shape narratives about us, not Western media. Where our scientists will offer solutions to the world's pressing challenges, instead of being mere importers of knowledge and research from the West. So, an economic liberator, in the mould of Kagame and Sankara is what Africa really needs, not a political one that will get blind hero worship from the citizenry but without any economic gains to show for it. Follow us on Twitter. Click Here