Africa : African Liberation Day or African Neocolonization Day?

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  1. Alarm Clock

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    After the colonization of Libya, the collective impotence to rid nations of terrorgoons sent and armed by the former colonists, dependency on a great Yellow father, after the so called great White father,
    would Kwame Nkrhumah, Julius Nyerere, Samori Michel, Steven Biko, Sobukwe, Sankara, Patrice Lumumba an Jomo Kenyatta see anything to celebrate on this day?
    Please disregard the nonsense of the narrator but do listen to the words of Malcolm on 1959 African Liberation Day;
     
  2. sekou kasimu

    sekou kasimu PanAfrikanist Revolutionary PREMIUM MEMBER

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    Very interesting video! Besides Malcolm X, Robert Sobukwe, and Patrice Lumumba, which ones do you think were real Pan-Afrikanists and why?
     
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    Sekou Toure. Amilcar Cabral. Eduardo Mondlane. David Sibeko. Ahmed Ben Bella. Modibo Keita. Nasser in Egypt.
     
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    I feel they were all pan Africanists, because they all desired the first thing needed for any true IMHO Pan Africanism
    freedom from the colonial dollar and dependency
     
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    :toast:
     
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    So why did they fail? :confused:
     
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    What is IMHO?
     
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