Scholars focus on the Arab trans-Saharan slave trade

Scholars from universities in and outside Africa gathered in the Nigerian city of Calabar recently to examine the role of Arab merchants in the trans-Saharan slave trade, which lasted for 17 centuries. For various reasons, the trans-Saharan slave trade – unlike trans-Atlantic slavery – is under-studied. Continue reading

Born Mastermind Allah speaks on nation building, the steps needed to form a tribal government

Some great jewels dropped here….

In this segment of the Yanadameen Godcast, Lord Jamar and Rah Digga are joined by Born Mastermind Allah, of Allah’s Five Percent Nation of Gods and Earths. Born Mastermind Allah speaks on nation building, and the steps that are needed for original people to form their own tribal government here in North America. Continue reading

$12.3 billion in Gaddafi’s frozen account in Belgium ‘disappears’

Color me surprised (insert sarcasm here)…. it was ALL about the money and what he was doin in Afrika…

Local Belgian media has revealed that about 10 billion euros ($12.3 billion) have disappeared from four frozen Euroclear Bank accounts belonging to two Libyan state agencies.

The accounts containing 16.1 billion euros of state funds were frozen since March 2011 in accordance with a United Nations resolution as part of sanctions against the late Muammar Gaddafi’s inner circle, reports weekly newspaper Le Vif. Continue reading

West Papua: Forgotten Victims of Indonesian Oppression Take Case for Freedom to World Stage

No matter where we are, people will take advantage… especially when resources are involved…

The ongoing struggle for independence in Indonesian-controlled West Papua continues, as the people fight back against five decades of brutality, terror and genocide. This was brought to light when a petition with the signatures of 1.8 million West Papuans — more than 70 percent of population — was presented to the United Nations Special Committee on Decolonization.1 Continue reading

Ghana, a place for African-Americans to resettle

US President Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle, at the door of no return at Cape Coast castle. Photo©Reuters

After passing the “Right of Abode” law, which grants African Americans an indefinite “right to stay,” Ghana became the first to open its doors to people of African descent to settle in the country. African-Americans and some Caribbeans have slowly trickled back but the process of obtaining a permanent resident status is long and frustrating. Continue reading

A mass sterilization exercise’: Kenyan doctors find anti-fertility agent in UN tetanus vaccine

Kenya’s Catholic bishops are charging two United Nations organizations with sterilizing millions of girls and women under cover of an anti-tetanus inoculation program sponsored by the Kenyan government. Continue reading

Destroying History Is Now Being Charged As A War Crime

Trying to erase us from history…. won’t happen because we have done too much..

An Islamist fighter has pleaded guilty in the Hague for destroying parts of the fabled West African trading city of Timbuktu, in the International Criminal Court’s first case based on the destruction of cultural artifacts.
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U.N. Needed 6,500 Words to Tell U.S. About Its Blatant Racist, Discriminatory Treatment of Black People

Not that they will do anything since the US doesn’t even pay UN dues and owns the land it sits on….

The United States has repeatedly been called out for its discriminatory treatment of Black Americans, biased criminal justice system and violations of citizens’ basic civil rights.
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