Welcome to the
November 2016 Vol 32
The 13 Illuminati Families
That Run The World Today
As the powerful elite continue their plan for total control over humanity and the planet’s limited resources, a family of 13 Illuminati bloodlines continues to secretly pull the strings behind the scenes. The masses remain ignorant of the fact that these shadowy forces behind the New World Order agenda are set to wreak havoc and destruction across the planet in the next few years.
From eyes of Africans, today's world is a living legacy of western culture's dominance that is laden with misconceptions, distortions, along with misinterpretations. These holidays are from their point of view. Another spectrum, is global African communities (whom are descendants of slavery, as well as those born on the motherland) never investigate why they celebrate them.
What Nollywood has over Hollywood
I realized that a lot of people in the upper and middle class in Nigeria don’t watch Nigerian movies. This could be due to the fact that their only thinking of Nigerian movies comes from what they used to see years ago when they last saw one, without realizing a lot has changed. They prefer to watch American series and movies and wonder why we can’t make it like they do. You have to realize that the American film industry is over 100 years old and they also had a time when they made movies that people felt were not that good.
NATO and the Contradictions within
he headline decision taken at the summit was the stationing of a four battalion multinational force rotating between Poland and the Baltic states. This was agreed two years ago at the NATO summit in Wales but it has taken two years for NATO members to cobble together 4,000 troops, whose main task it is to deter a Russian aggression in the region.
David Oyelowo: 'People of color have been
expunged from British history'
Selma and A United Kingdom actor David Oyelowo called for more black-oriented historical and period films to help Britain understand “how it became what it is”. Speaking at a symposium organized by the BFI Southbank on Thursday to mark the start of its three-month long Black Star season celebrating black acting, Oyelowo said: “People of color have been expunged from Britain’s history. One of the best ways to illustrate how integrated we are historically is to have a piece of entertainment that people can also learn from while they are watching it. That is why I am hellbent on period drama: we need the context so we can build, and then go on to grow.”
Freedom Rider: Henry Louis Gates'
$10 Million Scam
by BAR editor and senior columnist Margaret Kimberley
Henry Louis “Skip” Gates, “the supreme hustler-in-chief of black America,” has sold his white corporate friends on a $10 million scheme to advise the rich on how to end Black poverty. The project claims to be “non-ideological” -- another way of saying that only pro-business ideas will be entertained. Gates is helping his sugar daddies obscure the truth: “Black people are poor because of two things, capitalism, and racism.”Read More
Gandhi"s Economic and Political Significance
in West Africa
Mahatma Gandhi from their campus because they claim he was racist and considered Indians to be “infinitely superior” to Africans. The statue was unveiled at the University of Ghana in June by the Indian president, Pranab Mukherjee. But, this Indian lawyer argues, Gandhi’s thought had a huge influence in Africa during the struggle for liberation.
The East eyes Africa
It is noteworthy that many national flags in Africa share a commonality of colors. The red, green and yellow, ubiquitous in their designs, are a symbol of pan-Africanism, the roots of which trace back to the 19th century Ethiopian Empire. By adopting them, African countries from Mali to Mozambique pay homage to the only continental people that successfully repelled European (primarily Italian) attempts at colonization during an expansionist frenzy between 1881 and 1914 known as the “Scramble for Africa.”
Tidbits of History
Western Sahara serves as a powerful and timely reminder to the world that colonialism has not ended in Africa. It continues in the form of what the Sahrawi (the indigenous people of Western Sahara) activist Maty Mohamed-Fadel referred to as “the global shame” that is the Moroccan occupation of Western Sahara. The majority of Western Sahara has been under occupation by Morocco for decades, following incomplete decolonization by Spain in 1975 when the territory was split between Morocco and Mauritania. A bitter war between the Polisario (the Sahrawi resistance movement) and Moroccan and Mauritanian forces ended in a ceasefire in 1991, and left Morocco in control of most of the territory.
Dr. Walter Rodney: Revolutionary Intellectual,
Socialist, Pan-Africanist, and Historian
In evaluating Walter Rodney one characteristic stands out. He was a scholar who recognised no distinction between academic concerns and service to society, between science and social commitment. He was concerned about people as well as archives, about the workplace as well as the classroom. He found time to be both a historian and a sensitive social reformer.” -International Scientific Committee, UNESCO General History of Africa