How CIA planned to wear blackface during Nkrumah’s overthrow to attack Chinese Embassy in Ghana – Face2Face Africa

More proof of the CIA and what the really on…

It’s been 53 years since the first president of an independent country in sub-Saharan Africa, Dr Kwame Nkrumah, was overthrown in a coup d’etat on February 24, 1966, while he was out of Ghana on a peace mission to Hanoi aimed at bringing an end to the United States intervention in Vietnam.

In 24 hours, lower-ranking military officers and police officials led by Colonel E. K. Kotoka, Major A. A. Afrifa and the Inspector-General of Police, Mr J. W. K. Harley had carried out the coup. Continue reading

Not All African Leaders Are Corrupt, But the Ones Who Aren’t Are Eliminated by the West

They won’t let any righteous person sit in control of all those resources long….

Whenever anyone points to the troubles facing countries in Africa, it is inevitable that corrupt African heads of state and their cronies will shoulder the blame. Corruption is a serious issue on the continent. No one denies that. What is never discussed, however, is how upright African leaders are routinely eliminated by the West and intentionally replaced with puppets. Continue reading

Steinmeier’s Comments on NATO’s ‘Warmongering’ Spark Firestorm

Frank-Walter Steinmeier’s warning against NATO’s increased “saber-rattling and warmongering” close to Russia’s borders caused a firestorm. Some praised the German Foreign Affairs Minister for adopting a novel approach to dealing with Moscow, while others accused him of giving President Vladimir Putin a “birthday present.”
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