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Ebola As Seen Through Ebonics

aa-ebola - from africa illustration Our crumbling and fidgety nation is still reeling from last week’s news that a Liberian national apparently lied his way into the USA for Ebola treatment. While many of us fear that our wise and beneficent overlords in the federal government are being fatally or even apocalyptically lax in allowing an African-based disease to take root in America, it is perhaps instructive and even edifying to consider that certain “voices” in America’s black “community” are insisting that the inverse is in fact true—they’re claiming that the feds invented Ebola to depopulate the African continent. http://takimag.com/article/ebola_as_seen_through_ebonics_jim_goad/print#axzz3FaDXKRIM


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Four Billion Africans

aa-African mask A new study on world population trends came out last week from the University of Washington in Seattle. If you’re one of those people who worry about an overpopulated world, the news is bad: total human population, currently a tad over seven billion, will likely be eleven billion by the end of the century and still rising. This is contrary to previous estimates that numbers would peak at nine billion. Most of the boom in numbers will come from Africa. As the second of the graphs in that news story shows, Europe and the Americas will pretty much flatline to 2100. Asian numbers will rise at a decreasing rate until about 2050, then level off or fall. It will be Africa—most especially sub-Saharan Africa—driving up this latest estimate. http://takimag.com/article/four_billion_africans_john_derbyshire/print#axzz3EPj0vbDH


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There may come a day when the name Raspail will surpass that of Orwell!

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A Billion Africans Under 18 by Mid-Century: More Jobs, or More Angry Youth?

aa-map of Africa A recent report by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) forecasts that if current trends persist, one in every four people on the planet will be African by the year 2100. Even accounting for a decline in fertility brought on by greater prosperity, UNICEF predicts that by 2050 alone, the number of Africans under the age of eighteen may swell to around one billion. http://www.amren.com/news/2014/09/a-billion-africans-under-18-by-mid-century-more-jobs-or-more-angry-youth/#.VBA-7GqAngc.email


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White Devils for a Free Africa

aa-africa - nigerian militants Which brings me to the real problem of Africa in general and Nigeria in particular. There is not a single institution that functions properly in Nigeria or in Africa, the few that do being leftovers from white rule in South Africa. The Nigerian army is totally corrupt, vastly underpaid, and indistinguishable from the terrorists, as are the civil service and the judiciary. Yet we in the West expect democracy in Africa to function as if it were Switzerland. At least this is how our civil servants and diplomats react when an atrocity such as the kidnapping and sale of girls for ten dollars each takes place. The great kleptocracy of Nigeria’s oil wealth is the only institution that functions perfectly in Africa, no ifs or buts about it. This is what Michele Obama should have said after the outrage, rather than turning it into a feminist issue. But I’m whistling Dixie, as old Bing Crosby used to say. http://takimag.com/article/white_devils_for_a_free_africa_taki/print#axzz33mYgetF5


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AFRICOM Becomes a ‘War-Fighting Combatant Command’

aa-Africa - US military command What the military will say to a reporter and what is said behind closed doors are two very different things – especially when it comes to the U.S. military in Africa. For years, U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM) has maintained a veil of secrecy about much of the command’s activities and mission locations, consistently downplaying the size, scale, and scope of its efforts. At a recent Pentagon press conference, AFRICOM Commander General David Rodriguez adhered to the typical mantra, assuring the assembled reporters that the United States “has little forward presence” on that continent. Just days earlier, however, the men building the Pentagon’s presence there were telling a very different story – but they weren’t speaking with the media. They were speaking to representatives of some of the biggest military engineering firms on the planet. They were planning for the future and the talk was of war. http://original.antiwar.com/engelhardt/2014/04/13/africom-becomes-a-war-fighting-combatant-command/#.U0vhppJEsOY.email


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Another Haiti

aa-book - Another America story of Liberia Another America is a serviceable history of Liberia but it has a bad title. It should have been called Another Haiti. Liberia has had a few unusual turns in its history—its flirtation with Marcus Garvey’s back-to-Africa movement and a League of Nations investigation into allegations of slavery—but its history is a dreary confirmation of the nature of blacks. http://www.amren.com/features/2014/03/another-haiti/#.UzGDwiydaug.email


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God, Gaga, and John Kerry on the Dark Continent

aa-John Kerry The West used to send Bible-waving missionaries to Africa to try and pry open the natives’ eyes to the truth. Now it sends scientists. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has said he will dispatch scientific experts to Uganda to try and convince its president, Yoweri Museveni, that homosexuality is not a choice—as Museveni seems to believe—but is rather an inherited genetic trait. So we have gone from foisting God to shoving Gaga down Africans’ throats—it’s the Lady Gaga Gospel about gays being “Born This Way” that the Dark Continent’s inhabitants are now being pressured to embrace. We used to teach them, among other Biblical things, that it’s a sin to sleep with a member of the same sex; now we tell them that it’s a sin to think it’s a sin to sleep with a member of the same sex. http://takimag.com/article/god_and_gaga_on_the_dark_continent_brendan_oneill/print#axzz2wzCr8Czt


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Into Darkest Africa

aa-book - Stanley Along with Richard Burton, John Speke, Samuel Baker, and David Livingstone, Henry Morton Stanley was one of the greatest Victorian explorers of Africa. He was the youngest of this group, and it was he who finally assembled the scattered and uncertain knowledge of central Africa into a coherent geography. He explored the great lakes of the region and the sources of the Nile, was the first to trace the Congo river from the continent’s interior all the way to the sea, and helped open Africa for trade with Europe. http://www.amren.com/features/2014/03/into-darkest-africa/#.UyRI2C-UJ58.email


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Washington’s Back-to-the-Future Military Policies in Africa

aa-Africa - US military command Lion Forward Teams? Echo Casemate? Juniper Micron? You could be forgiven if this jumble of words looks like nonsense to you. It isn’t. It’s the language of the U.S. military’s simmering African interventions; the patois that goes with a set of missions carried out in countries most Americans couldn’t locate on a map; the argot of conflicts now primarily fought by proxies and a former colonial power on a continent that the U.S. military views as a hotbed of instability and that hawkish pundits increasingly see as a growth area for future armed interventions. Since 9/11, the U.S. military has been making inroads in Africa, building alliances, facilities, and a sophisticated logistics network. Despite repeated assurances by U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM) that military activities on the continent were minuscule, a 2013 investigation by TomDispatch exposed surprisingly large and expanding U.S. operations — including recent military involvement with no fewer than 49 of 54 nations on the continent. Washington’s goal continues to be building these nations into stable partners with robust, capable militaries, as well as creating regional bulwarks favorable to its strategic interests in Africa. Yet over the last years, the results have often confounded the planning — with American operations serving as a catalyst for blowback (to use a term of CIA tradecraft). http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article37934.htm#.UyMMAXIp2H4.email


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Africa in Chaos

The last time AR readers met Paul Theroux he was traveling south across the eastern part of African continent from Cairo to Cape Town. His journey was by land, sometimes by boat, never by plane. He told the story in Dark Star Safari. Since then, he has traveled across Asia and Russia, a journey he recounted in Ghost Train to the Eastern Star (2008). For his latest, and probably his last long journey, he decided to see the other half of Africa. He would start in Cape Town and travel north along the Atlantic side of Africa all the way to the Sahara Desert. As in all his previous journeys, he would travel alone. http://www.amren.com/features/2013/07/africa-in-chaos/#.UeFHtmyRw-k.email


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Into the Heart of Darkness

Joseph Conrad’s classic novella Heart of Darkness depicts Africa as a continent of primordial darkness where savage impulses reign. Heart of Darkness was published in 1899, but The Vice Guide to Liberia presents a similarly brutal image of the Dark Continent, except that the darkness has crept out of the jungle into the dilapidated cities. This is not a really a travel guide, however; it is a deliberate search for degeneracy. Degeneracy is easy to find in Liberia, which is a particularly wretched place, even for Africa. It is a country where underage hookers sell their bodies for less than a dollar to feed their drug addictions, and where cannibal warlords transform themselves into evangelical preachers overnight. The film is reminiscent of a documentary made in the 1960s, Africa Addio. Both show aspects of Africa the West refuses to see, and suggest how difficult it is for Africans to manage a Western-style state. http://www.amren.com/features/2013/03/into-the-heart-of-darkness/#.UVDS-jC8MAo.email


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Development or Exploitation Ahead for Africa

None of this will surprise observers of geopolitics in the age of the Global War of Terror. Nor will it surprise them to learn that Mali is Africa’s third largest gold producer, is thought to have a potential 5000 tons of uranium deposits, a wealth of mineral resources, and, of course, unexplored oil and gas fields. Nor will it be difficult for anyone to surmise why the hostages in Algeria were captured on an Algerian BP natural gas field. All of this is perfectly predictable because it corresponds in every degree to the mode of neocolonial resource exploitation in Africa, a paradigm that has been in full operation for decades and is gaining steam as the scramble for African resources heats up. As with every conflict, this resource war in Africa has two sides. On one side there are the neocolonialists of France, Britain, America and the NATO powers, with their pattern of propping up dictators and bombing countries to smithereens in order to insure their access to Africa’s vast mineral wealth. On the other side is China, the world’s second-largest economy and a country of 1.3 billion people that is in desperate need of an ever-expanding supply of resources to feed the gaping maw of its industrial production. In contrast to the NATO cronies, Beijing is hoping to secure long-term resource access not through the barrel of a gun, but by another time-test method: the greased handshake. http://www.theinternationalforecaster.com/International_Forecaster_Weekly/Development_or_Exploitation_Ahead_for_Africa


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Burn, Burn — Africa’s Afghanistan

One’s got to love the sound of a Frenchman’s Mirage 2000 fighter jet in the morning. Smells like… a delicious neo-colonial breakfast in Hollandaise sauce. Make it quagmire sauce. Apparently, it’s a no-brainer. Mali holds 15.8 million people – with a per capita gross domestic product of only around US$1,000 a year and average life expectancy of only 51 years – in a territory twice the size of France (per capital GDP $35,000 and upwards). Now almost two-thirds of this territory is occupied by heavily weaponized Islamist outfits. What next? Bomb, baby, bomb. http://atimes.com/atimes/Global_Economy/OA19Dj02.html


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Pentagon Announces Troop Deployment in 35 African Nations

The Pentagon currently has plans for over 100 military and training exercises across Africa as part of its touted Africom effort. The “carefully calibrated” plan to move into Africa was announced in 2007 despite “misgivings across the continent that it could spawn American bases or create the perception of an undue U.S. military influence there,” according to the AP. http://www.infowars.com/pentagon-announces-troop-deployment-in-35-african-nations/


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Obama’s Scramble for Africa

They call it the New Spice Route, an homage to the medieval trade network that connected Europe, Africa, and Asia, even if today’s “spice road” has nothing to do with cinnamon, cloves, or silks. Instead, it’s a superpower’s superhighway, on which trucks and ships shuttle fuel, food, and military equipment through a growing maritime and ground transportation infrastructure to a network of supply depots, tiny camps, and airfields meant to service a fast-growing U.S. military presence in Africa. Few in the U.S. know about this superhighway, or about the dozens of training missions and joint military exercises being carried out in nations that most Americans couldn’t locate on a map. Even fewer have any idea that military officials are invoking the names of Marco Polo and the Queen of Sheba as they build a bigger military footprint in Africa. It’s all happening in the shadows of what in a previous imperial age was known as “the Dark Continent.” In East African ports, huge metal shipping containers arrive with the everyday necessities for a military on the make. They’re then loaded onto trucks that set off down rutted roads toward dusty bases and distant outposts. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/nick-turse/obamas-scramble-for-afric_b_1667926.html?utm_hp_ref=email_share


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The Recolonization of Africa

In a sense Africa is simply reverting to type. Prior to the colonial era most Africans lived in rural fiefdoms commanded by chiefs who ruled on a whim with absolute and savage power. There were no courts to speak of, no elections, few property rights, and little protection of the individual. Freedom was a foreign concept. European colonials in some cases halted and in others merely constrained this process, but they at least introduced variable degrees of order. This has dissipated. The answer to Africa’s gloom is obvious: Reinstate the rule of law through intervention that leads to effective governance. We now know that African leaders, no matter how much financial assistance is provided, are seldom capable of this endeavor, so it has to come from outside. http://takimag.com/article/recolonizing_the_dark_continent_hannes_wessels/print#axzz1wluiJjM3


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Red Beard

I disagree. Africa has tremendous resources that are now being taken by the Chinese. Africans, at least the black ones, will never develop a meaningful society. If we don't build there then someone else will. America and Europe has lost the pioneering spirit that once made them great. Political correctness and the fear of appearing to "exploit" the helpless little Africans has left us weak.

Conrad

“The answer to Africa™s gloom is obvious: Reinstate the rule of law through intervention that leads to effective governance. “ “Europe now needs to take this problem by the scruff of the neck and not only through altruism.” Absolutely not! The ONLY proper approach to this problem is to return all blacks to Africa and get ALL white people out of there. The blacks should rise or fall based on their own actions.

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New U.S. War in Africa Indicates a Shift Into the Shadows

U.S. military intervention is now spanning much of the dark continent, and is all about dictators, drones, CIA, and JSOC. http://news.antiwar.com/2011/11/03/war-in-africa-indicates-a-shift-into-the-shadows/


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LabMan

The Pentagon sent 45 million dollars worth of equipment to Uganda in June,many U.S. bridges,highways,etc,,crumbling,but aid goes to Uganda,were there any thoughts of helping Americans suffering home forclosure?,or extending unemployment benefits?

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The Sun Never Sets on the U.S. Military

Once again, President Obama has ordered U.S. soldiers into harm’s way unnecessarily. Last week, he quietly told the U.S. Congress that he had sent 100 U.S. Army Special Forces soldiers into Uganda to help governments in central Africa fight a rebel army that’s been rampaging through the region for more than 20 years. This is the way the Vietnam War started, with U.S. special forces sent to “assist” a barely democratic government cope with a guerrilla war and a president promising they would not be going into combat. Ten years later, with more than 58,000 American lives and untold hundreds of thousands of Vietnamese lives lost, we had learned a brutal lesson – war is too easily escalated by those who do not have to fight or die. Now, the president seems determined to repeat history, rather than learn from America’s past. http://original.antiwar.com/lee-wrights/2011/10/21/the-sun-never-sets-on-the-us-military/


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mi:kesh

you filthy rats! i hope your economy will crash as soon as possible :) dont you see that your politicians will fail? china is on their way and your brockers will do the rest, trust me! and dont steal the phrase "the sun never sets on..." it was an austrian one, back in the time when mexico was hometerritory! so please shut up and work harder on destroying your country! with kisses, an angry european guy

JamesinUSA

I would curious to know what these Special Forces think of those that they're supposed to train in Africa. Che and his Cuban force back in the 60's, who went to Africa to train these people, and who for all of their 'Egalitarian and Marxist' thinking, couldn't help but note, that the indigenous population was generally lazy ,dumb, and superstitious. Che and his Cubans finally had to pack it in and go home.

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The Son of Africa Claims a Continent’s Crown Jewels

For more than a decade the U.S. has tried to establish a command on the continent of Africa, AFRICOM, but has been rebuffed by governments, fearful of the regional tensions this would cause. Libya, and now Uganda, South Sudan and Congo, provide the main chance. As WikiLeaks cables and the U.S. National Strategy for Counter-terrorism reveal, American plans for Africa are part of a global design in which 60,000 special forces, including death squads, already operate in 75 countries, soon to be 120. As Dick Cheney pointed out in his 1990s “defence strategy” plan, America simply wishes to rule the world. That this is now the gift of Barack Obama, the “Son of Africa”, is supremely ironic. Or is it? As Frantz Fanon explained in Black Skin, White Masks, what matters is not so much the colour of your skin as the power you serve and the millions you betray. http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article29461.htm


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As Frantz Fanon explained in Black skin,White masks,"what matters is not so much the colour of your skin as the power you serve and the millions you betray"!

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Democratic Republic of Congo: Lubumbashi to Kinshasa

Two Belgians traveled through the former Belgian Congo and posted their photos and observations on line. Here are some excerpts: “It is that old generation that longs back to the colonial time. They acknowledge there were a lot of problems in that period and that they were discriminated by the white coloniser. But at least they had a functional country. They had roads and schools. They had jobs and could buy supplies. And above all, there was stability. Now there is nothing but uncertainty . . . waiting for the next war to start. The first village we encountered seemed deserted at first, but as soon as we entered the village we saw people coming at us from all sides. They had machetes and sticks and were shouting. ‘Des Blancs. Argent!’—‘White people. Money!’ They were all over the place. This was not good! I floored it and sped out of the village. A rock hit the back of our car. What in gods name was that all about? Very few Congolese had made us feel welcome, but this was plain aggression! It scared the hell out of us. We passed another village, and once again a mob formed as soon as they heard us coming. Machetes flying round, racist slogans shouted. Once again we did not give them the chance to get near us and blasted out of the village. They tried following us. This was turning ugly, if we would get stuck here we would be in big trouble, these people did not want a chat!” http://www.amren.com/mtnews/archives/2010/12/democratic_repu.php


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Michael C. Scott

Surely these negroes were actually "Jews" in blackface.

Red Beard

Fascinating piece. The one thing that really struck me in this blog is the references to China. For all of the worry about China and the deficit the one thing most people overlook is that China is literally taking over Africa. They're investing like crazy in places like Ethiopia, D.R.C., and Angola, rebuilding infrastructure, setting up farms, and mining for precious metals. This is what the whites use to do and what helped make Europe the powerhouse that it once was. Now these same counties don't want to be seen a 'exploiting' Africa, so they turn a blind eye and let the Chinese do it instead. Well China isn't investing in these countries out of good will. They're doing it to strengthen their own economy and to corner the market on food and metals.

JamesinUSA

It's interesting to note that for all the problems that these African countries have and like to blame on white colonialism, it was during that time of white control that many blacks probably look back on as their nations Golden Age. Look at Liberia. It has never been colonized by any European powers and its one of the worst nations in Africa for violence, AIDS, and poverty. What's their damn excuse for being such a dung heap. In fact, the nation was founded by freed slaves from the U.S.A who very quickly enslaved the indigenous blacks and put them into slavery. Without white control and order, there is no order. Something we should remember as whites in America head toward minority status. Join the A3P today!

Scott Banks

With all due respect to the Congo Minister of Tourism, there are probably over 100 photos, you can see for yourself what a hell hole The Congo is. Drive through any ghetto in North America and the transplanted Africans will display TNB endlessly as they did in the Congo. It seems pretty much in charcter and what anybody should resoonably expect of blacks in a third world sewer. I don't doubt the story, keeping in mind they are the personal impressions of the two travellers who made the journey, who appear to be rather progressive types at least as far as I could tell. I'm sure I would have been much harsher on them.

Ecosse

It sounds almost as dangerous as some parts of Chicago.

julienpandabetu

No.luke my hand did not sleep just I am a french speaking like those to belgians crooks and my English is not to good.You know they build there country mineral of congo,I come from that party of a continent,I was born there.I start a primary school to kolwezi a city is about 320 km from lubumbashi and my secondary school to college St Jhon23 and I go to university to lubumbashi faculte of economie where I got my diplome in (droit commercial) commerce....so I don't have a probleme if they say about a corruption because every where you go you gone find it and is what even me i hate because all the time if i go home to visite my family to pick up your luggage you need to give some think but if i don't want to give any thing to them so i do it my self and no complaining...Those two belgians because they know there are white so a black people gone jump for them to do what they want that was for a old time if remeber well congo was the second country in the world from all those countrys speaking french after france so where come all those lie every is writing they read a magazine a lie only for to know those people are lying in france tf1 present one day a documentary on black suburb a end of that magazine every one whose dissapointed is the way a europeen are presenting things to show how they are a superieur human be to finish I'm asking those lies to continue to lie but one day they gone forgot one word they gone expose there self

TheSouthernNationalist

@julienpandabetu- Your first post made more sense.

julienpandabetu

I don't believe what those guys presente here,because lubumbashi to kinshsasa.is a long way if is 9 o'clok to lubumbashi is 7 o'clok to kinshasa and there is not a wild population like those a read in this page....How many white people are going up and down a EST of congo for coltant mineral , diamond and gold ask your self why a war does not finish in the est of congo? if you want to know a reality of congo go to www.planetecongo.net or www.radiookapi.net then more those lie is true what they in america the people they don't know a geographie the world if you ask any americain where is burma i is gone answer in africa or where is madagascar answre in asia

LabMan

As always Luke,your comments are appreciated!

Luke

julienpandabetu? Your finger slip and accidentally hit "2" instead of "1" for English? Don't you just hate it, when that happens?

julienpandabetu

Quelle histoire monte de tout bout tu veus nous renconte qu'au congo democratique , il ny a que de sauvage , the villageois si tu visite une contree inconnue meme pour nous le congolais...Soyons seurieux si tu passe a lEst du pays du nous dira qu'il n y a pas des blancs dans cette zone ou il y a la guerre? Et touts ses blancs qui font le trafic du coltant , de l'or et autre minerais a l'Est ils sont aggresses par qui? sur national geographie chanel il un britanic , qui avait traverse l'equateur du brezil en amerique latine en passent par le congobrazaville,du congo kinshasa en ouganda etil n'avait pas etait aggresse nul part au congo..Si tu parle de la corruption , du vaforitisme et la malversation de l'outil public oui ,mais pour denigre les congolais comme des villageois sanguinaires qui s'attaquent a tout vehicule de blanc se n'est que du mensonge que tu ranconte..pour terminer le congo est plus vaste que se deux villages que tu as visite et sans savoir dans quelle province pour etre preci tu devrais du moins commencer par le port d'entre et la province pour arriver au village comme tout les ports d'entres ne sont pas dans le centre le plus recule comme tu l'affirme. Peut-etre tu as tombe du ciel sur cet village...ne traite pas tout les congolais comme des sauvages

Scott Banks

I just spent about 3 hours reading that. What a story. Those have to be two of the toughest, luckiest, craziest people on earth. I couldn't have spent 4 hours in that Negroid hell of a nightmare. Those two did 40 days. If you have the time, read that story.

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‘Jungles and Savages’

Europeans had been colonizing America, Asia, and the antipodes for centuries before they set their sights on Africa. This was because the continent was so disease-ridden, and because the only useful things it produced—ivory and slaves—could be had by trade. Until the mid-nineteenth century the interior was as unknown to Europeans as the surface of the moon. With better medicine it became possible for at least a few hardy white men to tramp the jungle and survive, and once Europe began to take an interest in Africa it carved the whole continent into colonies and protectorates in a matter of a few decades. http://www.amren.com/mtnews/archives/2010/10/jungles_and_sav.php


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Foreigners Abandon South Africa’s World Cup

The World Cup is set to be a major financial disappointment for the host nation South Africa, after it became clear that international fans have decided to stay away and their tickets are being sold cheaply to South Africans.

Less than three weeks before kick-off on 11 June, South Africa’s revamped airports and spruced-up cities are staging an impressive show of readiness for the arrival of international fans – although now it seems there may be half a million fewer than expected.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/2010/may/23/world-cup-visitor-blow-to-south-africa


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Michael C. Scott

No suprises here. If whites want to be robbed, raped and murdered by negroes, we can travel to dangerous inner cities in our own countries, rather than going to the extra expense of flying to South Africa for the priviledge.

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Publisher of “Tintin” Sued in Brussels by Congolese Man

THE intrepid boy reporter Tintin, or at least his publishers, have been charged with racism over the portrayal of Africans in the cartoon book Tintin in the Congo.

The civil case is being brought by a Brussels-based Congolese man who has for years tried to get the offending cartoon strip, created in the 1930s, pulled off the shelves.

http://www.thereporter.com.au/story/2010/05/05/tintin-facing-court-case-over-racism/


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Obama to Increase Military Spending in Africa

Barack Obama

When Barack Obama took office as president of the United States in January 2009, it was widely expected that he would dramatically change, or even reverse, the militarised and unilateral national security policy toward Africa that had been pursued by the Bush administration. But, after a little more than one year in office, it is clear that the Obama administration is essentially following the same policy that has guided US military involvement in Africa for more than a decade. Indeed, it appears that President Obama is determined to expand and intensify US military engagement throughout Africa.

http://allafrica.com/stories/201004221053.html


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Obama Expands Military Involvement in Africa

This growing U.S. military involvement in Africa reflects the fact that counterinsurgency has once again become one of the main elements of U.S. security strategy. Or, as a senior U.S. military officer assigned to Africom was quoted as saying in a recent article in the U.S. Air University’s Strategic Studies Quarterly, “We don’t want to see our guys going in and getting wacked. … We want Africans to go in.” http://original.antiwar.com/volman/2010/04/02/military-involvement-in-africa/


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White South Africans Segregated into “Camps”

Sitting in a deck chair at a white South African squatter camp, Ann le Roux, 60, holds a yellowing photo from her daughter’s wedding day.

Taken not long after Nelson Mandela became the country’s first black president in 1994, it shows Le Roux standing with her Afrikaans husband and their daughter outside their home in Melville, an upmarket Johannesburg neighborhood.

Sixteen years later, she lives in a caravan and a tent shared with seven other people, including her daughter and four grandchildren, at a squatter camp for poor white South Africans.

http://blogs.reuters.com/photo/2010/03/26/hardship-deepens-for-south-africas-poor-whites/


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James in U.S.A

One day I would like to see an American Nationalist State, pass laws that would invite white people from all around the world, who being of sound mind and body, and having those principals shared by past white immigrants, would come here and asist in making our nation great again. Through Zionism, the present State of Israel existed long before that plot of land was recognized by the United States and other nations of the world, and the reason for this, is that its very existence was germinated held fast in the hearts and minds of Jewish patriots who thought of themselves as a people, and as a nation, no matter where they were in the world and no matter what government they were under. We must grasp this sort of concept, except without the parasitic nature of the Jew, in order to make our ideals a reality. Our people must appreciate not only our own unique American culture, but also our European roots, our great historical accomplishments and heroes, and at the same time, reject those things and people that we know are dangerous, and pose a bad influence on our white society.

AmericanNationalist

White Afrikaners and the Boerevolk must have the support of white Americans to help fortify their moral defense against the tyranny of international socialism subjecting our white neighbors to poverty and genocide. If you have the funds, support your white brother in Christ and make it your policy to send a donation to any white charity in Pretoria or elsewhere. Let them know they have your pride and support. $50.00 amounts to over 350 ZAR. Whites will appreciate your new and used DVD's including titles on self defense and crime awareness. Thank you.

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Somalis: How They Get Here and Who’s Bringing ‘Em


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AmericanNationalist

Somali immigration is the State Departments administrative process of demographic sabotage and domestic terrorism against the white American republic.

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Failed Harvest Deepens Zimbabwe’s Food Crisis

More than two million people in Zimbabwe, or close to one-fifth of the southern African country’s population, are in need of food aid, the Red Cross said Thursday.

The International Red Cross renewed its call for support for the region in a statement, saying an estimated 2.17 million people are in need of food aid, a number it says will rise on the back of an expected failed 2010 harvest.

http://news.sympatico.cbc.ca/World/ContentPosting.aspx?feedname=CBC-WORLD-V3&showbyline=True&date=true&newsitemid=zimbabwe-food-crisis


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James Hallman

It's a shame that Sub-Sahara Africa is so blessed with an abundance of natural resources and yet populated with a people whose IQ averages only 70. It's no wonder these Black countries are in the shape they're in.

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Africom – Latest U.S. Bid to Recolonize Continent

Towards the end of last year, the U.S. government intensified its efforts to bring a permanent army to settle in Africa, dubbed the African Command (Africom) as a latest tool for the subtle recolonization of Africa. http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article24364.htm


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