Category Archives: History before 1900

U.S Sanctions on Ethiopia are an Attack on Regional Development

U.S intervention in Ethiopia is undermining regional development in the Horn of Africa as Ethiopia will become sub-Saharan Africa`s second largest producer of electricity through the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam ( GERD) which will supply 6.2 GW for Ethiopia and for neighbouring states including South Sudan, Kenya and The Sudan… Read the rest

Celebrate Ethiopia’s March 1, 1896 Victory at Adwa: Ethiopia is Fighting Another Battle Today to Protect its Sovereignty

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Celebrate Ethiopia’s March 1, 1896 Victory at Adwa: Ethiopia is Fighting Another Battle Today to Protect its Sovereignty

Celebrate Ethiopia’s March 1, 1896 Victory at Adwa- A Victory For Africa and All Nations

February 28, 2021

by Lawrence Freeman

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The Imperial Geopolitical Doctrine

“that includes an anti-growth policy that will depopulate the world; that is what Pompeo was speaking in favour of. Now the reason they are turning on China is that the Chinese have a different direction. In fact, a complete break out of a colonial model.”

Source: LaRouchePAC Videos

Friday: Harley
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Nongqawuse Calls for the Second Sacrifice

Nongqawuse Calls for the Second Sacrifice

by PD Lawton    4 July 2020

 

Nongqawuse, South African child who promoted asset sacrifice

Energy Minister Gwede Mantashe, who represents reason with regards to South Africa`s paramount need for investment in its nuclear industry, has struck out at the likes of Anton Eberhard … Read the rest

Why a 1.5 Billion Productive Jobs Program Can End War, Famine, Poverty, and Disease

From the European Union`s corrupted European Agricultural Policy, that has ended up benefitting some of the largest and wealthiest land-owners in the world, including the British royal family; to the mass-scale theft of arable land in Cameroon, Mali, Senegal, Nigeria, Benin and the rest of Africa by modern day feudal … Read the rest

Senegalese historian hails BRI as legacy of centuries-old Africa-Asia ties

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Senegalese historian hails BRI as legacy of centuries-old Africa-Asia ties

   Xinhua   10:12, April 13, 2020

The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is a millennial legacy of centuries-old ties between Africa and Asia, Senegalese academic and historian Mamadou Fall told Xinhua in

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