Black People : Bolivaran Revolution hits north Africa

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    Ankhur Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    When Chavez became president in venezuela, i recall hearing and reading about somewhere in Bolivia, before the election of the present First American president, those little ladies no bigger them 4 foot 7 with those funny lookin bowler hats and them every color in the rainbow, shwals got together, with some of the men in this particular city, with no leadership, no communism,, no socialism, no nothing just tired of the bullmess, dragged the mayor of the town out of city hall and beat the crap out of him,
    for trying to privaitze the water they used to bathe their children , flush their toilets, and water their food gardens

    And that nd of spontaneous , non leadership, non party affiliation kinda action had taken place in nations all over South America

    Now the jebusites, hittites, Ammorites, and every other doggone Ites

    have gotten over their differences in this Ipad age in north Africa and said hell no to political corruption and kissing hind part to European interests

    It started in Tunisia , and now it is going on in the place we as black Africans know as Kemet, the Arab controled Egypt

    it seems like they are carying the spirit of

    Abdul Gamal Nasser

    Hopefully this vibe will spread to real Africa

    where we still are the majoity and
    we replicate this and these activites

    to carry the spirit of Patrice Lumumba,
    Julius Nyere, and Kwame Nkhrumah


    and get over our various ethnic and religious differences and unify spontaneously to
    overthrow the corrupt politicians sitting on the laps of the EU, World bank, US corporations, and IMF
     
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    The latest news states that the ruling oligarchy in what is now called Egypt

    is so scared of the power of tthe communications technology to mobolize people for thier liberation

    That they shut down

    the Internet services

    and cell phone services



    Now Black folks here at Destee have too much class to think that this is some kinda sympathy plee for Arabs

    Let us be clear,

    this is a clear example

    that the communicaions technology
    that we take for granted can be utilized for very real mobilization and organizing

    for our needs and concerns,
    and when we look at the very real economic war being waged against
    the Black community in each of the 50 states
    one has to wonder ,
    when do we understand the importance of collectively networking for our defense and prosperity as a people???

    BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY
     
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    Africa
    Sudanese police clash with students in Khartoum
    By Khaled Abdelaziz
    Reuters
    KHARTOUM - Sudanese police beat and arrested students on Sunday as protests broke out throughout Khartoum demanding the government resign, inspired by a popular uprising in neighboring Egypt.

    Hundreds of armed riot police fired tear gas on students demonstrating in central Khartoum and in at least two universities in the capital, which were surrounded by police reinforcements. At one, students hurled stones at police cars.

    Police beat students with batons as they chanted anti-government slogans like: "We are ready to die for Sudan" and "Revolution, revolution until victory."

    Groups have emerged on social networking sites calling themselves "Youth for Change" and "The Spark," since the uprisings in nearby Tunisia and close ally Egypt this month.

    "Youth for Change" has attracted more than 15,000 members.

    "The people of Sudan will not remain silent anymore," its Facebook page said. "It is about time we demand our rights and take what's ours in a peaceful demonstration that will not involve any acts of sabotage."


    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/41334956/ns/world_news-africa/
     
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    and the Black community righthere
    has also endured

    30 years




    of opression and repression also
     
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    The latest news from special bulletins on the tube is that the head of the Egyptian military

    has said the people's demands will be solved tonight
     
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