Black People : Africa: Open For Business

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    With all due respect , it is kind of tongue in cheeck

    to se a documentary such as this at a time of global impending economic collapse, and IMF and World Bank finance manipulation, in the Motherland.

    On one hand I guess we are supposed to be proud that Africa is at least living at 1970s standards, but is that raly an acomplishment, as though the documetary is saying, "look Africa is not a place of grass huts and we have computers and cell phones too".
    Liberation occured 50 years ago, so the real reason that there is only 20 years of progress to show the world is that no nation can defend itself.
    There is not one African nation that owns a nuclear weapon of any sort, compare to all of the European nations, and there is not one gun manufacturer, or diamond apraiser in the entire continent.

    Until the nations unite and at least half of the nations there with strategic resources, nationalize them,
    all hopes of any free market system, will only be a carbon copy of the failed capitalism we see here, going down the toilet
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JeROnVUADj0
     
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    RUFF ‘N’ TUMBLE
    Adenike Ogunlesi, Founder


    "We don’t export now. Export to the West African coast, yes, all along the West African coast, yes, but to say, America or to England, I’m not interested in it at all. If 40 percent of the 120 million people in Nigeria are children, I have the potential of a huge market here."
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    PICTOON
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    VODACOM CONGO
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