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3828586010?profile=originalNB COMMENTARY: I am not sure why this thing about Qaddafi is coming up for me now. But when I opened my email I found an article about him and so I think I may have been called to it.
Libya: Ten Things About Gaddafi They Don’t Want You To Know
Posted by El-Bull on April 24, 2016
So I used this article as a sign that I should go ahead and write the rant, I have been thinking about writing ever since the take down of Connel Qaddafi.  I made a video playlist on YouTube and also a slideshow which was
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Transcript of Namibia Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) Radio interview done 5th April 2011


MR !GOAGOSEB:  This is the 9th Hour on National Radio.  My name is Ricardo !Goagoseb and I will be keeping you company in today’s edition of your favourite topical discussion programme. We look at issues of national, continental as well as global interest, that is here on the power of National Radio 92.6 FM.  As you know, since the beginning of the year, there has been

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By Milton Allimadi



Rep. Jesse Jackson, Jr. wants investigation of "crimes against humanity"

Tawergha, City of Blacks, reported depopulated 

Representative Jesse Jackson, Jr., reacting to reports in The Wall Street Journal has called for an investigation by the International Criminal Court into the reported killings of Black Libyans in the city of Tawergha.

Rep. Jackson also tells The Black Star News he will ask that U.S. assistance for reconstruction and transition to democracy in Libya be

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By Chika Onyeani



A rebel fighter about to machete another black African to death


"The decision of the African Union as articulated by both President Zuma and Dr. Ping is totally sound; however, not for the reasons they adduced, but for the fact that the rebels need to account for the killings of black Africans, not for the pretensions of "confusing them as mercenaries hired by Gaddafi," but because of the anti-black, racist and innate hatred of black Africans, even though there are a million

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On the morning of Wednesday 17th. August 2011,a coalition of 13 Barbadian organisations will be staging a Protest March that will be directed against the US embassy in Wildey, St. Michael and the British High Commission in Collymore Rock, St. Michael,to protest against the ongoing NATO military assault on the African nation of LIBYA.
The marchers will also use the occasion to deliver to Mr. Christopher Sandrolini, the Charge-de Affairs of the US embassy, and to Mr. Paul Brummel, the British H
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We Who Like It Hot Call It ‘Black August’ (Revised version)

By ‘bro. zayid’*

It is the month when our oppressors have nothing to celebrate.

It is the month where the nature of our oppression and the boldest expressions of our resistance to that oppression have been made most plain.

We who like it hot call it ‘Black August’

As a concept of resistance, Black August has its beginnings in the mid 70’s with the prison justice movement. It was inspired by the courageous legacy of Black Panther pr

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Obama has got to go



The ruler of the world has spoken. “Kaddafi has got to go.”  So US and other North Atlantic Terrorist Organisation (NATO) bombs rain down on Libya killing men, women and children in alarming numbers. So the US and NATO, primarily Great Britain, France and Italy, despite their collapsing economy, spare no expense to try to kill Kaddafi. “If we can’t kill Kaddafi, let’s kill his daughter, his son, his grandchildren, his fellow Libyans.”  Despite the demonizations, bombings and the merciless killi

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by Amadi Ajamu ~~  
The Millions March in Harlem buzz is in the streets around the country. Posters and flyers are everywhere and people are excitedly talking about the need for unified action and change. The Millions March in Harlem will be held on Saturday, August 13, assembling on Malcolm X Blvd at 110th Street at 10 AM.  It will focus on the attack on African people on the Continent and in the United States.


The heinous bombing of Libya by the US and NATO, illegal sanctions against Zim
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Ethnic Cleansing of Black Libyans

Ethnic Cleansing of Black Libyans

Black Star News Editorial


The "rebels" in Misrata in Libya have driven out the entire Black population of the city, according to a chilling story in The Wall Street Journal today under the headline Libya City Torn by Tribal Feud."

The "rebels" now eye the city of Tawergha, 25 miles away, and vow to cleanse it of all Black people once they seize the city. Isn't this the perfect definition of the term "genocide"?

According to The Journal'

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“No single part of Africa can be safe or free to develop fully and independently, while any part remains un-liberated or while Africa’s vast economic resources continue to be exploited by imperialist and neo colonialist interests.” By Osagyfo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, First President of Independent Ghana and architect for Union Government of Africa.


The Hugo Chavez International Foundation for Peace, Friendship and Solidarity (HCI-FPFS) expresses its utter disgust at the ceaseless crusade attacks and b

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by Bobby Clarke 
Clement Payne Movement 
and People Empowerment Party of Barbados ~

Your criticism of President Zuma on his position taken at the United Nations in relation to Resolution 1973 on Libya is thoroughly endorsed by our organisation in Barbados and I am sure on the other organisations in the Caribbean in relation to Zuma's position supporting the 1973 Resolution.

The African National Congress with leaders like Albert Lithuli, Nelson Mandela, Winnie Mandela, Govan Embeki, Walter Sisulu,
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Boycott France!

One week ago, the ‘Global Afrikan Congress’ (GAC), the trans-national Pan-Africanist organisation that was founded in Barbados at the 2002 anti-racism conference, launched an international campaign aimed at achieving a world-wide boycott of products manufactured in France, such as French wines and other liquers.
The reasons given by the GAC for this campaign against France, are the continuing refusal of the French authorities to acknowledge their historical debt and to pay ‘Reparations’ to Haiti

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The Pan Afrikanist Steering Committee of Namibia against The United Nations Resolution 1973 (PSCNAUNR)        

6th June 2011


The Bombardment of Libya is an act of War and a  Desecration of the Afrikan Homeland by a set of Europeans


a)   The Pan Afrikanist Steering Committee of Namibia Against The United Nations Resolution 1973 (PSCNAUNR), notes with deep sadness, the appalling atrocity being committed by NATO’s bombardment, the protracted sponsoring of mercenaries descr

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Rundu, Namibia

Transcript of Namibia Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) Radio interview done 5th April 2011

MR !GOAGOSEB:  It is the 9th Hour on National Radio.  My name is Ricardo !Goagoseb and I will be keeping you company in today’s edition of your favourite topical discussion programme. We look at issues of national, continental as well as global interest that is here on the power of National Radio 92.6 FM.  This morning, as you know, since the beg

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More Reasons The US Is Attacking Libya

From the Ramparts
Junious Ricardo Stanton ~                                       

    “The objective of the war against Libya is not just its oil reserves (now estimated at 60 billion barrels), which are the greatest in Africa and whose extraction costs are among the lowest in the world, nor the natural gas reserves of which are estimated at about 1,500 billion cubic meters. In the cross hairs of ‘willing’ of the operation ‘Unified Protector’ there are sovereign wealth funds, capital that the Li

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Freedom Rides to Libya

Hi Everyone, Hope that all is well with you. I am peeking up from a dreadful chest cold which hlas literally forced me to bed for over a week. Up I come ready to get to work raising funds for a trip to Libya. Our scheduled trip was halted because of the Obama Sanctions which for bid acceptance of any finances or other assistance from Libya. We have to engineer our own fund raising drive to make the trip previously scheduled for last Thursday. We are the new age Freedom Riders (Boats to Gaza) enr
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The governments of Britain, France and the United States of America are in the process of committing a terrible crime against the nation and people of Libya, and they are doing it in the names of all of us - the citizens of all the countries that are members of the United Nations (UN)!

The latest and most compelling evidence of this crime emerged last Thursday, when President Barack Obama , Prime Minister David Cameron and President Nic

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Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq and now Libya.. Ongoing wars and a blank check written for spending. Military hardware manufacturers must feel like they’ve died and gone to capitalist heaven….

But there’s another war being waged that will seldom receive worldwide news coverage commensurate with the above wars and never be given the funding that these other “perceived conflicts” obtain… Or for that matter a fraction of it

That is… the war for the lives of A Generation of Black men living (and dying)

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By Cynthia McKinney
Atlanta, Georgia
5 April 2011

President Obama promised "change" to the people who voted for him.  He told them to hope again and that change would come.  But President Obama's change is really more of the same.  Therefore, his elixir that was sold to the world was nothing more than snake oil.  The most damage, of course, is being done to those whose dreams were intricately woven into his words, not realizing that words are not policy.  In a most deadly treachery, those who belie
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By Kali Akuno ~


For a generation that has witnessed few genuine people's movements succeed in transforming the nation-states where they reside and engage in bottom up processes of social revolution, the popular uprisings in Africa (Tunisia, Egypt, Algeria, Morocco and Libya) and southwest Asia (Yemen, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, and Syria) have been very instructive. In the main what these movements reiterate is that "repression does indeed build resistance", although it may take a decades fo

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