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Eritrea: The Cuba of Africa

 Eritrea is bad example of good governance and self reliance in Africa and beyond. When Empire wanted us to belive famine is an act of God and not an act of bloody politics, countries like Eritrea that look after themselves with out aid and handouts are taken as threats. It simply upsets the neo-con picture of Africa. To give a lesson to other concious African leaders, they ridicule, demonise and isolate the country and its leadership.
Eritrea is bad example of good governance and self reliance in Africa and beyond. When Empire wanted us to believe famine is an act of God and not an act of bloody politics, countries like Eritrea that look after themselves with out aid and handouts are taken as threats. It simply upsets the neo-con picture of the West on Africa. To give a lesson to other conscious African leaders, they do everything to make sure Eritrea fail. That’s why they keep ridiculing, demonizing and trying to isolate the country and its leadership day-in, day-out.

By Thomas C Mountain,

The Cuba of Africa? Authentic journalist Andre Vltchek was the first person I heard using the expression and it started me thinking about the small east African country of Eritrea that he was referring to.

The similarities are striking. Both Cuba and Eritrea are small, independent, socialist and revolutionary. Both are suffering under sanctions by the USA and both have been maliciously accused of supporting “terrorism” by the enforcers of Pax Americana. Continue reading Eritrea: The Cuba of Africa

Emasculation of the African with Awards, Grants and Prizes

British Sudanese entrepreneur and modern day neo-con collaborator, Mo Ibrahim, emasculating Africans with awards, grants and prizes …

By Sophia Tesfamariam,

I am always amazed at how much time and energy is spent by those of European decent discussing “Africa’s development”. Birgit Brock-Utne, an astute European educator of Norwegian origin, wrote the following in her book[1] about those who insist on preaching to Africa about development: Continue reading Emasculation of the African with Awards, Grants and Prizes