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AHMC365 Newsletter

February 2016 Vol 24

  

Does the Gates Foundation

Do more harm than good?


In July 2010, I attended the International AIDS Conference in Vienna, Austria. Representatives of the Gates Foundation’s HIV team set-up shop inside the venue with a private conference room. For those of us working for civil society organizations, a meeting with the Gates Foundation was highly coveted yet illusive – you had to know someone who knew someone. A friend secured an appointment and labored for days over how, in her five minute allotted slot, she could present her nonprofit.

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Featured News

 The “Dirty Work” of the International Monetary Fund, Lays the Groundwork for Worldwide Financial Conquest

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The IMF is the leading international monetary agency whose public purpose is to maintain the stability of the global financial system through loans linked to proposals designed to enhance economic recovery and growth. In fact, the IMF has been under the control of the US and Western European states and its policies have been designed to further the expansion, domination and profits of their leading multi-national corporations and financial institutions. The US and European states practice a division of powers: The executive directors of the IMF are Europeans; their counterparts in the World Bank (WB) are from the US.

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“African History Month Concept (AHMC)

 

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AFRICANGLOBE – One of the purposes of the African History Month Concept (AHMC) is to raise the level of consciousness of the Africans on the motherland and the Diaspora victims of the “misconceptions and distortions” of African history that is portrayed in present day world history. There are those who are included as victims of the Diaspora, who are often overlooked, such as, Afro-Europeans, Afro-Turks, Afro-Iraqis, Afro-Asians and other African descendants, whom have migrated and settled around the world.

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25 Fast Facts About The Federal Reserve:
“Biggest Ponzi Scheme in World History


 

Since 1935, the following seal appears on the reverse side of every $1 dollar Federal Reserve Note: - Annuit Coeptis is Latin for “Providence Favors our Undertakings” and Novus Ordo Seclorum is Latin for “New Order of the Ages” As we approach the 100 year anniversary of the creation of the Federal Reserve, it is absolutely imperative that we get the American people to understand that the Fed is at the very heart of our economic problems. It is a system of money that was created by the bankers and that operates for the benefit of the bankers. The American people like to think that we have a “democratic system”, but there is nothing “democratic” about the Federal Reserve. Unelected, unaccountable central planners from a private central bank run our financial system and manage our economy. .

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Diaspora News

ALL THAT JAZZ & More, Reggae, Soca Fusion


All that Jazz that & More, Reggae, Soca Fusion comes to Pembroke Pines, Florida at the Susan B. Katz Performing Arts Theater, 17195 Sheridan Street, Saturday, December 12, 2015, 7p.m. to 10 p.m. Just in time to start the holidays right with great Jazz, Reggae, Ska and Soca Music spiced up with Latin flavor. All That Jazz and More, brings together . 

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Barbados Wants to Ditch the Queen on the 50th Anniversary of its Independence

If all goes to the government’s plan, the former British will become a republic by 30 November 2016, five decades after it became a sovereign state, Tom Brooks-Pollock reports for London’s Independent. Barbados has set a date for the removal of Queen Elizabeth II as its head of state, with the former British colony set to replace the monarch with a ceremonial president from independence day next year. If all goes to the government’s plan, the Caribbean island will become a republic by 30 November 2016 – the 50th anniversary of it becoming a sovereign state. .

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African News

Will Ethiopia's teff be the next 'super grain'?

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Nearby, other farm workers are using pitchforks to do the same job, throwing the grass into the air in an ancient process known as winnowing. This is a harvest scene in rural Ethiopia, which at this time of the year is replicated across the length and breadth of the country. The seed, or grain, in question is called teff. Ethiopians have been growing and obsessing about teff for millennia, and it may become the new "super grain" of choice in Europe and North America, overtaking the likes of quinoa and spelt.

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The Cars Made in Africa

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The Kantanka is a car that was conceived, designed and made in Ghana. This brand of cars is probably the most promising of all the cars made in Africa right now. The Kantanka Automobile Company has announced that its cars will hit the streets in January subject to the Ghana Standards Authority giving the green light.throughout much of sub-Saharan Africa.

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History Tidbits

Africans in India: From slaves to reformers and rulers

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India and Africa have a shared history in trade, music, religion, arts and architecture, but the historical link between these two diverse regions is rarely discussed. Many Africans travelled to India as slaves and traders, but eventually settled down here to play an important role in India's history of kingdoms, conquests and wars. Some of them, like Malik Ambar in Ahmadnagar (in western India), went on to become important rulers and military strategists. 

 

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The Trading Kingdoms of West Africa: 5th - 15th c.



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 A succession of powerful kingdoms in West Africa, spanning a millennium, are unusual in that their great wealth is based on trade rather than conquest. Admittedly much warfare goes on between them, enabling the ruler of the most powerful state to demand the submission of the others. But this is only the background to the main business of controlling the caravans of merchants and camels. These routes run north and south through the Sahara. And the most precious of the commodities moving north is African gold. The first kingdom to establish full control over the southern end of the Saharan trade is Ghana - situated not in the modern republic of that name but in the southwest corner of what is now Mali, in the triangle formed between the Senegal river to the west and the Niger to the east. 

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