Its interesting watching and listening as the western (“white”) Journalists surround the dying carcass of Mu’ammar Qadhafi as Libya goes up in flames. Over the entire week, every, er… “responsible”… journalists delved into their inner Rush Limbaugh, dusted off their psychology diploma and commented on the mental health and megalomania state of Qadhafi. These vultures appear porn star level load in their orgasmic crescendo of counting down the clock on Qadhafi’s rule over this African country.
“…Egypt and Libya used to be in Africa it has been moved to the Middle East…”
Lyrics from B-Movie by Gil Scot Heron
Those of you who are geographically challenged, which is most of you edumacated in the killing fields of Euro centricity and cultural imperialism, the area currently called the middle east, used to be geographically North East Africa before the Suez Cannel was built in 1869. Now if that is not shocking enough, Libya like Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco to name a few is peopled with enough Africoid/”black”/people to justify calling them Africa not just in the past but today. Let’s not get it twisted…Qadhafi is African by more than the rigid phenotype ascribed to us. In fact if most Arab are honest and don’t try to hide their family tree under the sand, they will admit that they African. The negative Caucasian reaction to this statement will roll off my back, but for the knee-grows who become offended by it , make note that if you accept the likes of Adam Clayton Powell to Tiger Woods, then you have no argument accepting Qadhafi as African.
In fact Qadhafi has been a friend to Africa and African Nationalism than many of the pseudo leaders handpicked by western interest over the centuries of the raping and pillaging of the great continent. Ignorant Caucasians’ will swear on their ill gotten legacies that Egypt – Kimit- has always been “white” and that us pan-Africanists are delusional. The whole story of Africa and the Congo is such a devastating and sad one. We in the United States don’t even talk about Africa. We don’t think about Africa
“Well, you know, I was just in Tibet a couple of years ago, and it was an interesting thing, because I took a group of about thirty people into Tibet with me as part of a non-profit organization. I was leading the trip. And some of these people had been in the Amazon with me, been to other places. And, of course, Tibet right now is—it’s very depressing, because the Chinese presence is extremely strong, and you see how the Tibetan culture has been put down. And you’re always aware that there’s Chinese soldiers and spies all around you. And many of the people on the trip came to the realization, yeah, this terrible here. “Free Tibet,” we all know about that, but the ones who had been with me on a trip to the Amazon, where the oil companies and our own military are doing the same things, said, “But doesn’t this remind us of what we’re doing in so much of the world?” And it’s something we tend to forget.
We can all wave banners about “Free Tibet,” which we should, but how about freeing the countries that are under our thumb, too? And certainly Tibet is not nearly—well, I hate to say it this way, because some people might disagree with me, but I think Iraq is in worse shape than Tibet is these days, although both of them are in pretty bad shape. But so, what we saw in Tibet is that same kind of model that we’re implementing around the world. And yet, most Americans are not aware that we’re doing it. They’re aware that the Chinese are doing it, but not aware that we’re doing it on actually a much bigger level than the Chinese are.”
JOHN PERKINS: Economic Hit man
Also, how is it again, that these ambulance chasers don’t give fallen dictator Hosni Mubarak the same venom reserved for Qadhafi? Well, my theory is that Mubarak was the Corporate United State’s answer to Anwar Sadat failing to do the job they designed for him. That job was to ensure Is-it-real’s legitimacy on the backs of the Palestinian people. However, Sadat appeared to become soft on the Palestinians and sought to include them into idiotic things like… sovereignty and their own legitimacy.
So Egypt experienced Africa’s first international drive by (March by?) in 1981.
I hope all those who are pissing on Qadhafi’s eventual over throw, will consider the dead Libyans and Egyptians and others currently being instigated to rebel against their government. Because do we really know the genesis of these unrest? And even the most Neanderthal of White Supremacists will tell you Qadhafi was never a friend of the Evil Empire and has gone out of his way to prove it.
In my mind those that control our resources from afar are making a last kick at the can to retain power, even as the world turns and people are waking up to who the devil is.
Give me control of a nation’s money and I care not who makes the laws.
The few who could understand the system will either be so interested in its profits, or so dependent on its favours, that there will be no opposition from that class, while on the other hand, the great body of the people mentally incapable of comprehending the tremendous advantage that capital derives from the system, will bear its burdens without complaint, and perhaps without even suspecting that the system is inimical to their interests.
Two quotes from Mayer Amschel Rothschild
Below is a series of videos that should be of interest to those who are awake to the isms affecting Africa and the rest of the world as they try to unyoke themselves from the devil’s plow shear.