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by Abayomi Azikiwe

African economic growth may be irrelevant, if the fruits of its bounty never reach its people. “If Africa cannot effectively stabilize its own internal situation then no one can honestly say that actual progress is being made which is sustainable.”

Detroit Citizens Say No to Bankruptcy

Submitted by Abayomi Azikiwe on Tue, 09/24/2013 - 14:53

by Abayomi Azikiwe

Detroit’s dictatorial Emergency Manager is attempting to railroad the Black metropolis into bankruptcy for the benefit of predatory bankers. However, the people of Detroit, in public hearings and in the streets, “are saying that the municipality is not a private corporation and that people have a vested interest in maintaining their jobs, salaries, healthcare benefits, pensions and city assets.”

The War on Africa: U.S. Imperialism and the World Economic Crisis

Submitted by Abayomi Azikiwe on Tue, 06/18/2013 - 14:21

by Abayomi Azikiwe

The U.S. anti-war movement must adjust its focus to the realities of U.S. imperialist war policies. That means paying more attention to Africa, which “is a focal point for military intervention by the Pentagon, the CIA and NATO.”

Libyan Rebels and International Criminal Court Battle Over Gaddafi’s Son

Submitted by Abayomi Azikiwe on Tue, 06/04/2013 - 13:25

by Abayomi Azikiwe

Libya, delivered into the hands of lawlessness by the U.S. and its NATO allies, refuses to turn over Seif al-Islam Gaddafi, son of slain leader Muammar Gaddafi, to the International Criminal Court. Meanwhile, the ICC, which confines its prosecutions to Africans and “has been utilized to bolster imperialist aims and objectives internationally,” was soundly rebuked at a meeting of the African Union.

US Africa Policy Will Remain Imperialistic

Submitted by Abayomi Azikiwe on Wed, 12/12/2012 - 02:40


by Abayomi Azikiwe

U.S. imperialism is escalating its aggressions around the world, especially in Africa. A system in general crisis tends to lash out in all directions.

Sudan, South Sudan on the Brink of War Over Oil

Submitted by Abayomi Azikiwe on Tue, 04/24/2012 - 21:19


by Abayomi Azikiwe

Multiple wars now wrack Sudan and South Sudan, which less than a year ago were one country. Oil fields on the Sudan side of the border, seized earlier by South Sudan, are now back in northern hands. “Within South Sudan itself, there is factional fighting that has resulted in the dislocation of thousands of people in recent months.” South Sudan-allied rebels are on the offensive in the north, with “a military campaign against the Sudan government in Blue Nile state.”

Mali in Crisis: Timbuktu Taken by Tuareg Forces

Submitted by Abayomi Azikiwe on Wed, 04/04/2012 - 00:24

by Abayomi Azikiwe

The ancient city of Timbuktu is embroiled in a conflict that is a spillover of last year’s NATO assault on Libya. “With the political & economic situation in Libya becoming extremely hostile towards Black Libyans & Africans from other parts of the continent, thousands of Tuaregs relocated back inside of Mali.” Tuareg forces stated “they want a separate homeland for the people of the north of the country.” while, Mali’s military, which overthrew the country’s elected president, faces sanctions from its West African neighbors.

Imperialist-driven War on Somalia Raises Casualties

Submitted by Abayomi Azikiwe on Tue, 01/24/2012 - 19:38


by Abayomi Azikiwe

America’s African proxies are waging a “three-prong attack in several regions” of Somalia, in a war instigated by George Bush in late 2006 and expanded by Barack Obama. In that time, Somalis have suffered two catastrophic humanitarian crises that claimed the lives of hundreds of thousands and displaced millions. U.S. drones have killed hundreds in the current offensive, involving troops from Kenya, Ethiopia, and mostly Ugandan and Burundian soldiers fighting under African Union auspices. The Al Shabaab resistance continues to put up a determined defense. “The current military interventions in Somalia harbor a strong strategic underpinning,” given the discovery of large oil deposits in the country.

South African President Attacks United Nations Over War Against Libya

Submitted by Abayomi Azikiwe on Tue, 01/17/2012 - 20:00


by Abayomi Azikiwe

The President of South Africa began his rotating month as president of the UN Security Council with a rebuke of the world body’s relationship with African states. “Although South Africa voted in favor of UN Resolution 1973 that authorized a so-called ‘no-fly zone’ over Libya, the action was clearly designed to engineer the destruction of the country and the overthrow of the government of Col. Muammar Gaddafi.” The UN claimed it acted to protect civilians, but “there was never any real evidence of the massacre of Libyan civilians by the Gaddafi government.”

UN, NATO War Crimes in Libya Sparks Anger and Continuing Resistance

Submitted by Abayomi Azikiwe on Tue, 11/01/2011 - 22:24


by Abayomi Azikiwe

The imperialists are attempting to convert Libya into a protectorate of the U.S., Europe and Persian Gulf royalty. “The world’s most powerful military and political alliance had resolved to overthrow a politically stable regime.” But the people have not been pacified. In Bani Walid, “tribesmen say their men are already trying to regroup into a new insurgency movement.”

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